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Oxidation-reduction potential in sea water
The activity of oxygen in sea water and standard oxygen electrode potentials at a range of temperatures have been computed.Accurate values for the thermodynamic ionic product of water, Kw, found byExpand
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Chemical Constituents of Biological Importance in the English Channel, November, 1930, to January, 1932. Part II. Hydrogen ion concentration, excess base, carbon dioxide, and oxygen
(1) In general, the changes in pH were similar to those observed in previous years. On six occasions the pH at the surface at Station L4 was lower than at the bottom. (2) The changes in carbonExpand
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Iron in the Sea and in Marine Plankton
Gran (1931, 1933) believes that the greater production of phytoplankton in coastal as compared with oceanic waters may be due to organic compounds of iron washed out from the land and in favour ofExpand
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Sea Temperatures in Plymouth Sound
Monthly mean sea-water temperatures in Plymouth Sound, prepared by the Plymouth City Meteorologist, are presented as data for ecological studies in this laboratory. In the last 40 years there hasExpand
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Cascading Over the Continental Slope of Water from the Celtic Sea
In the Celtic Sea, to the south of Ireland, water in some winters becomes sufficiently cooled and heavy to flow to the edge of the continental shelf and to run down the continental slope to a depthExpand
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The Oceanography of the Celtic Sea II. Conditions in the Spring of 1950
The circulation of the northern and north-eastern Celtic Sea, has been studied, using especially observations made in April 1950. The Celtic Sea in that month was 0·5° C warmer than the averageExpand
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Factors affecting the distribution of silicate in the North Atlantic Ocean and the formation of North Atlantic deep water
In the deep water of the eastern North Atlantic below 2000 m. the variations with depth of salinity, temperature, density, oxygen, phosphorus compounds and nitrate are quite small. By contrast theExpand
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The nitrogen cycle in the sea
Brandt (1899) first suggested that phytoplankton organisms must, by removing from the illuminated surface layers of the sea the nutrients required for their further growth, place a limit on theirExpand
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Measurements of biomass burning influences in the troposphere over southeast Australia during the SAFARI 2000 dry season campaign
[1] Several studies have observed midtropospheric atmospheric composition anomalies and suggested a link to tropical biomass burning. Such anomalies complicate the use of trace gas profiles in remoteExpand
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