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Impact of the Arctic Ocean Atlantic water layer on Siberian shelf hydrography
This paper examines the role of the Arctic Ocean Atlantic water (AW) in modifying the Laptev Sea shelf bottom hydrography on the basis of historical records from 1932 to 2008, field observationsExpand
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Observational program tracks Arctic Ocean transition to a warmer state
Over the past several decades, the Arctic Ocean has undergone substantial change. Enhanced transport of warmer air from lower latitudes has led to increased Arctic surface air temperature. ConcurrentExpand
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Wind-driven diversion of summer river runoff preconditions the Laptev Sea coastal polynya hydrography: evidence from summer-to-winter hydrographic records of 2007-2009.
This paper examines the role of atmospheric forcing in modifying the pathways of riverine water on the Laptev Sea shelf, using summer-to-winter hydrographic surveys from 2007 to 2009. Over the twoExpand
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Impact of flaw polynyas on the hydrography of the Laptev Sea
Based on hydrological data from 1979 to 1999 the average long-term salinity of the flaw polynya in the Eastern Laptev Sea is estimated. A new method to evaluate ice production based on hydrologicalExpand
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Atmospheric controlled freshwater release at the Laptev Sea continental margin
Considerable interannual differences were observed in river water and sea-ice meltwater inventory values derived from δ18O and salinity data in the Eurasian Basin along the continental margin of theExpand
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Fate of Early 2000s Arctic Warm Water Pulse
The water mass structure of the Arctic Ocean is remarkable, for its intermediate (depth range ~150–900 m) layer is filled with warm (temperature >0°C) and salty water of Atlantic origin (usuallyExpand
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Variability and trends in Laptev Sea ice outflow between 1992–2011
Abstract. Variability and trends in seasonal and interannual ice area export out of the Laptev Sea between 1992 and 2011 are investigated using satellite-based sea ice drift and concentration data.Expand
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A combined approach of remote sensing and airborne electromagnetics to determine the volume of polynya sea ice in the Laptev Sea
A combined interpretation of synthetic aperture radar (SAR) satellite images and helicopter electromagnetic (HEM) sea-ice thickness data has provided an estimate of sea-ice volume formed in LaptevExpand
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Seasonal variability of trace metals in the Lena River and the southeastern Laptev Sea: Impact of the spring freshet
The distribution of dissolved and particulate trace metals (Fe, Mn, Cu, Ni, Zn, and Pb) was studied for the first time during the spring high flow period of the Lena River (Arctic Siberia). TheExpand
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