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Dissolved silica as an indicator of Antarctic bottom water penetration, and the variability in the bottom layers of the Norwegian and Iceland basins
Van Bennekom, A.J. (1985). Dissolved silica as an indicator of Antarctic bottom water penetration, and the variability in the bottom layers of the Norwegian and Iceland basins, in: Stefánsson, U. (Ed.) Chemical tracers for studying water masses and physical processes in the sea: Proceedings of a Nordic Symposium in Reykjavík, August 29 - September 1, 1984. Rit Fiskideildar = Journal of the Marine Research Institute Reykjavik, 9: pp. 101-109
In: Stefánsson, U. (Ed.) (1985). Chemical tracers for studying water masses and physical processes in the sea: Proceedings of a Nordic Symposium in Reykjavík, August 29 - September 1, 1984. Rit Fiskideildar = Journal of the Marine Research Institute Reykjavik, 9. Marine Research Institute: Reykjavik. 186 pp., more
In: Rit Fiskideildar = Journal of the Marine Research Institute Reykjavik. Hafrannsóknastofnunin. Marine Research Institute: Reykjavík. ISSN 0484-9019, more
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