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Chemical variability in the Tamar Estuary, south-west England
Morris, A.W.; Bale, A.J.; Howland, R.J.M. (1982). Chemical variability in the Tamar Estuary, south-west England. Est., Coast. and Shelf Sci. 14: 649-661
In: Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. Academic Press: London; New York. ISSN 0272-7714, more
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    Dissolved oxygen; Estuaries; Salinity; T/S diagrams; Water analysis; Water temperature; ANE, British Isles, England, Tamar Estuary [Marine Regions]; Marine; Brackish water

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  • Morris, A.W.
  • Bale, A.J.
  • Howland, R.J.M.

    Procedures for the continuous in situ recording of salinity, temperature, dissolved oxygen concentration, pH and turbidity throughout an estuarine mixing profile have been developed. Application of these procedures in a study of the Tamar Estuary, south-west England has demonstrated the considerable temporal (short-term and seasonal) and geographical variability of these properties. The causes and interrelationships of this variability and their general implications with respect to field investigations of estuarine chemical interactions are discussed.

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