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Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 48, Number 2, May 1990

Free Content Effects of large-scale topography on abyssal circulation
pp. 223-253(31)
Authors: Straub, David N.; Rhines, Peter B.

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Free Content Some features of the upwelling off Oman
pp. 319-333(15)
Authors: Elliott, Alan J.; Savidge, Graham

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Free Content Simulating the time-variable coastal upwelling during CODE 2
pp. 335-358(24)
Authors: Chen, Dake; Wang, Dong-Ping

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Free Content Hydrography and circulation off the west coast of India during the Southwest Monsoon 1987
pp. 359-378(20)
Authors: Shetye, S. R.; Gouveia, A. D.; Shenoi, S. S. C.; Sundar, D.; Michael, G. S.; Almeida, A. M.; Santanam, K.

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Free Content Meridional variations of the springtime phytoplankton community in the Sargasso Sea
pp. 379-412(34)
Authors: Siegel, D. A.; Iturriaga, R.; Bidigare, R. R.; Smith, R. C.; Pak, H.; Dickey, T. D.; Marra, J.; Baker, K. S.

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