Hydrographic and dissolved oxygen variability in a seasonal Pacific Northwest estuary

@inproceedings{Sutherland2016HydrographicAD,
  title={Hydrographic and dissolved oxygen variability in a seasonal Pacific Northwest estuary},
  author={David A Sutherland and Molly Anne O'Neill},
  year={2016}
}
Abstract Hypoxia is an issue of growing concern for coastal communities. In the California Current System, a prototypical eastern boundary current, attention has been focused on explaining the trend of increasing shelf hypoxia. Despite the regional focus on hypoxia in eastern boundary regions, relatively few studies have examined smaller estuarine systems. Here, we present results from an observational study in Coos Bay, a small estuary on the southern Oregon coast, subject to seasonal… CONTINUE READING
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