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Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 44, Number 3, August 1986

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Free Content On the role of topography in the ocean circulation
pp. 445-471(27)
Authors: Cessi, Paola; Pedlosky, Joseph

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Free Content The meteorologically driven circulation in mid-Chesapeake Bay
pp. 473-493(21)
Author: Vieira, Mário E. C.

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Free Content On the existence of an El Niño-type phenomenon in the Benguela System
pp. 495-520(26)
Authors: Shannon, L. V.; Boyd, A. J.; Brundrit, G. B.; Taunton-Clark, J.

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Free Content Enrichment of microbial populations in macroaggregates (marine snow) from surface waters of the North Atlantic
pp. 543-565(23)
Authors: Caron, David A.; Davis, Paul G.; Madin, Laurence P.; Sieburth, John McN.

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Free Content Predictions of sediment trap biases in turbulent flows: A theoretical analysis based on observations from the literature
pp. 601-644(44)
Authors: Butman, Cheryl Ann; Grant, William D.; Stolzenbach, Keith D.

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