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Introduction Conclusions References Tables Figures Back Close Abstract Introduction Conclusions References Tables Figures Back Close Full Screen / Esc Print Version Interactive Discussion EGU Abstract A regional biogeochemical model is applied to the NW African coastal upwelling between 19 • N and 27 • N to investigate how a water temperature proxy is(More)
[1] Sediments on the Namibian Margin in the SE Atlantic between water depths of $1000 and $3600 m are highly enriched in hydrocarbon-prone organic matter. Such sedimentation has occurred for more than 2 million years and is geographically distributed over hundreds of kilometers along the margin, so that the sediments of this region contain a huge(More)
The simultaneous measurement of the lung transfer factor for carbon monoxide (DLCO) and nitric oxide (DLNO) is now available as a powerful method for studying the alveolar-capillary gas exchange. However, application of the DLNO-CO technique in daily settings is still limited by some technical drawbacks. This paper provides a manufacturer's overview of the(More)
(26, 27) might have caused most of this stabilization , whereas in the lower latitudes of the Atlantic and Indian sectors, warming stabilized the surface waters. The reduction in northward Ekman transport to the lower-latitude Atlantic and Indian sectors during the 2000s (fig. S11), which is probably the result of the zonally more asymmetric atmospheric(More)
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