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Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 49, Number 1, February 1991

Free Content Separation and recirculation of the North Brazil Current
pp. 1-19(19)
Author: Condie, Scott A.

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Free Content Arrested fronts
pp. 21-52(32)
Author: Dewar, William K.

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Free Content Nonlinear general circulation of an ocean model driven by wind with a stochastic component
pp. 53-73(21)
Authors: Griffa, Annalisa; Castellari, Sergio

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Free Content Spectral time scales for mid-latitude eddies
pp. 75-107(33)
Authors: Schmitz, Jr., William J.; Luyten, James R.

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Free Content Micropatchiness, turbulence and recruitment in plankton
pp. 109-151(43)
Authors: Davis, Cabell S.; Flierl, Glenn R.; Wiebe, P. H.; Franks, P. J. S.

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Free Content A model of the diel vertical migration of zooplankton based on euphausiids
pp. 153-175(23)
Authors: Andersen, Valérie; Nival, Paul

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Free Content Tidal stirring and phytoplankton bloom dynamics in an estuary
pp. 203-221(19)
Author: Cloern, James E.

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