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Long-term changes in salinity distribution in the Central North Sea
van de Kamp, G. (1990). Long-term changes in salinity distribution in the Central North Sea. CM Documents - ICES, C.M. 1990(C:22). International Council for the Exploration of the Sea: Copenhagen. 4 + figures pp.
Part of: ICES CM Documents - ICES. ICES: Copenhagen. ISSN 1015-4744, more

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Keywords
    Long-term changes; Marine

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  • van de Kamp, G.

Abstract
    Annual charts of bottom isohalines in the North Sea in February for the years 1970-1989 have been studied. Gradients of isohalines suggest long-term changes in the strength of the northern Atlantic water inflow. The surface of the area between the isohalines 34.9 and 35.0% and the 0 degree and 4 degree East longitude meridionals is proposed as a simple index to describe changes in the strength of this inflow.

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