Sylwia Krupa

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Submarine groundwater discharge (SGD) is now recognized as an important pathway between land and sea. As such, this flow may contribute to the biogeochemical and other marine budgets of near-shore waters. These discharges typically display significant spatial and temporal variability making assessments difficult. Groundwater seepage is patchy, diffuse,(More)
It has been suggested that Glauber (inflow) and Sznajd (outflow) zero-temperature dynamics for the one-dimensional Ising ferromagnet with nearest-neighbor interactions are equivalent. Here we compare the two dynamics from the analytical and computational points of view. We use the method of mapping an Ising spin system onto the dimer RSA model and show that(More)
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