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Publisher: Sears Foundation for Marine Research

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Volume 57, Number 2, 1 March 1999

Free Content Mode waters and subduction rates in a high-resolution South Atlantic simulation
pp. 213-244(32)
Authors: de Miranda, Anne P.; Barnier, Bernard; Dewar, William K.

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Free Content Lagrangian statistics in unforced barotropic flows
pp. 245-274(30)
Authors: LaCasce, J. H.; Speer, K. G.

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Free Content The importance of open-boundary estimation for an Indian Ocean GCM-data synthesis
pp. 305-334(30)
Authors: Zhang, Kate Q.; Marotzke, Jochem

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Free Content Bioturbation and particle transport in Carolina slope sediments: A radiochemical approach
pp. 335-355(21)
Authors: Fornes, W. L.; DeMaster, D. J.; Levin, L. A.; Blair, N. E.

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