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Volume 25, Number 3, July 2000

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The changing coastal oceans: from assessment to prediction
pp. 209-212(4)
Authors: Bodungen, B.v.; Hentzsch1, B.; Pempkowiak2, J.; Stigebrandt3, A.

Budget calculations of nitrogen, phosphorus and BOD5 passing through the Oder estuary
pp. 221-237(17)
Authors: Grelowski, A.; Pastuszak, M.; Sitek, S.x.; Witek, Z.

Nitrogen fixation in the Baltic proper: an empirical study
pp. 239-248(10)
Authors: Rahm, L.; Jonsson, A.; Wulff1, F.

Carbon flows in Baltic Sea food webs - a re-evaluation using a mass balance approach
pp. 249-260(12)
Authors: Sandberg, J.; Elmgren, R.; Wulff, F.

Carbon fluxes across the halocline in the eastern Gotland Sea
pp. 261-268(8)
Authors: Schneider, B.; Nagel, K.; Struck, U.

Mass balance of trace metals in the Adriatic Sea
pp. 269-286(18)
Authors: Tankere1, S.P.C.; Price2, N.B.; Statham3, P.J.

Stable isotope signals of eutrophication in Baltic Sea sediments
pp. 287-298(12)
Authors: Voss, M.; Larsen, B.; Leivuori, M.; Vallius, H.

Life, death and revival of the hypertrophic Mariager Fjord, Denmark
pp. 313-321(9)
Authors: Fallesen, G.; Andersen, F.; Larsen, B.

On the application of hydraulic theory to the deep-water flow through the Irbe Strait
pp. 323-332(10)
Authors: Laanearu, J.; Lips, U.; Lundberg, P.

On the thermohaline variability of the Baltic Sea
pp. 333-357(25)
Authors: Lehmann, A.; Hinrichsen, H.

The influence of upwelling and entrainment on the algal bloom in the Baltic Sea
pp. 359-367(9)
Authors: Ennet, P.; Kuosa1, H.; Tamsalu2, R.

A box model approach for a long-term assessment of estuarine eutrophication, Szczecin Lagoon, southern Baltic
pp. 387-403(17)
Authors: Humborg, C.; Fennel, K.; Pastuszak, M.; Fennel, W.

Towards a 3D-ecosystem model of the Baltic Sea
pp. 405-419(15)
Author: Neumann, T.

Changes in apparent oxygen removal in the Baltic proper deep water
pp. 421-429(9)
Authors: Pers, C.; Rahm1, L.

From biogeochemical to ecological models of marine microplankton
pp. 431-446(16)
Authors: Tett, P.; Wilson, H.

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