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Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 52, Number 4, 1 July 1994

Free Content Vortex pair model of Langmuir circulation
pp. 559-581(23)
Author: Csanady, G. T.

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Free Content Circulation, transport and bottom boundary layers of the deep currents in the Brazil Basin
pp. 583-638(56)
Authors: Durrieu De Madron, X.; Weatherly, G.

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Free Content Flow along and across the Aleutian Ridge
pp. 639-648(10)
Authors: Reed, R. K.; Stabeno, P. J.

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Free Content The recruitment patterns of an estuarine copepod: A biological-physical model
pp. 687-710(24)
Authors: Gupta, Sanjay; Lonsdale, Darcy J.; Wang, Dong-Ping

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Free Content Phytoplankton dynamics associated with a geostrophic front: Ecological and biogeochemical implications
pp. 711-742(32)
Authors: Claustre, Hervé; Kerhervé, Philippe; Marty, Jean Claude; Prieur, Louis; Videau, Christianne; Hecq, Jean-Henri

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Free Content Species assemblages of leptocephali in the Subtropical Convergence Zone of the Sargasso Sea
pp. 743-772(30)
Authors: Miller, Michael J.; McCleave, James D.

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