G. E. Bilodeau

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The two main constituent water masses of the deep North Atlantic Ocean-North Atlantic Deep Water at the bottom and Labrador Sea Water at an intermediate level-are currently formed in the Nordic seas and the Labrador Sea, respectively. The rate of formation of these two water masses tightly governs the strength of the global ocean circulation and the(More)
  • Barber Dc, A Dyke, Hillaire-Marcel C, Jennings Ae, Andrews Jt, Kerwin Mw +34 others
  • 2012
Alley RB, Agustsdottir AM (2005) The 8k event: cause and consequences of a major Holocene abrupt climate change. Andrews JT (1998) Abrupt changes (Heinrich events) in late Quaternary North Atlantic marine environments: a history and review of data and concepts. (2004) Simulation of the cold climate event 8200 years ago by meltwater outburst from Lake(More)
will organize the next ICISP event. ICISP aims to provide researchers and practitioners from academia and industry with a forum on the last developments in image and signal processing, multimedia and computer graphics. The conference will also provide a unique opportunity for sharing experiences from different backgrounds with the common interest in(More)
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