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Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 52, Number 6, 1 November 1994

Free Content Set-down computations over an arbitrarily inclined plane bed
pp. 983-998(16)
Author: Ehrenmark, Ulf Torsten

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Free Content A proposed flux constraint for salt fingers in shear
pp. 999-1016(18)
Author: Kunze, Eric

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Free Content Currents under land-fast ice in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago Part 1: Vertical velocities
pp. 1017-1036(20)
Authors: Marsden, R. F.; Paquet, R.; Ingram, R. G.

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Free Content Currents under land-fast ice in the Canadian Arctic Archipelago Part 2: Vertical mixing
pp. 1037-1049(13)
Authors: Marsden, R. F.; Ingram, R. G.; Legendre, L.

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Free Content Wave-induced abyssal recirculations
pp. 1051-1080(30)
Author: Spall, Michael A.

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Free Content Particle bioturbation in Massachusetts Bay: Preliminary results using a new deliberate tracer technique
pp. 1129-1150(22)
Authors: Wheatcroft, Robert A.; Olmez, Ilhan; Pink, Francis X.

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