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Small-slope approximation in wave scattering by rough surfaces
Where the wave scattering amplitude of a rough surface can be calculated by perturbation theory (Bragg scattering), and the slopes of the boundaries can be assumed small, it becomes possible toExpand
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Gas hydrates that outcrop on the sea floor: stability models
Abstract The detection of sea-floor gas hydrates (GHs) proves that they can coexist in contact with seawater. We calculate that sea-floor hydrates undergo rapid dissolution, yet they are maintainedExpand
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Mixing processes in the Gorlo Strait of the White Sea
Mixing processes were studied in the southwest area of the Gorlo Strait, which has an important role in water mass exchange between the Barents Sea and the White Sea. A dense grid of CTD measurementsExpand
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Deep-sea fauna of European seas: An annotated species check-list of benthic invertebrates living deeper than 2000 m in the seas bordering Europe. Pycnogonida
An annotated check-list is given of Pycnogonida species occurring deeper than 2000 m in the seas bordering Europe. The check-list is based on published data. The check-list includes 28 species. ForExpand
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Upwelling in the inland seas
Coastal upwelling is a phenomenon that occurs in a number of places in the enclosed (or semi-enclosed) seas. Upwelling can occur wherever marine water is stratified, and winds carry the surface waterExpand
Nonlinear excitation of low-frequency equatorial waves
We study non-linear interactions between the waves trapped in equatorial waveguide and the barotropic Rossby waves freely propagating across the waveguide. The model of two-layer shallow water on theExpand
HIGH-FREQUENCY HYDRO ACOUSTIC SIGNALS (40 - 110 HZ), PRECEDING EARTHQUAKES, ON THE PACIFIC SHELF OF THE
The local Kamchatka earthquake catalogue data and hydro-acoustic measurements obtained during the Acoustic Thermometry of Ocean Climate (ATOC) experiment were examined together. Time series ofExpand
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IRON AND MANGANESE SPECIES IN THE REDOX ZONE IN TWO DIFFERENT BASINS WITH ANOXIC CONDITIONS : THE BLACK SEA AND THE OSLO FJORD
The joint analysis of the data of iron and manganese species distributions (dissolved Fe(II) and Fe(III), dissolved Mn(II), dissolved bound Mn, particulate Fe and Mn) obtained in the Black Sea andExpand