Limits of the Oceans and Seas

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  • Published 1953
  • Nature
Regional Cooperation in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean Seas: Lessons Learned and Possible Alternatives to the South China Sea Disputes
While the prospects of effective dispute settlement in the South China Sea are not very promising, there is much positive work that can be done collectively to advance various issues. Examples of
Bacterial Community Composition and Diversity along the Southern Coastlines of the Atlantic Ocean in Cape Town, South Africa
While the results of UPGMA clustering and principle coordinate (PCoA) revealed two spatially separate clusters among sites, canonical correspondence analysis indicated that environmental variables such as temperature, pH and conductivity were probably the major influencers of bacterial occurrences at the coastal sites.
Evolving the narrative for protecting a rapidly changing ocean, post‐COVID‐19
This narrative adopts a ‘One Health’ approach to protecting the ocean, addressing the whole Earth ocean system for better and more equitable social, cultural, economic, and environmental outcomes at its core.
Running Headline: Bacterial Assemblages in the Atlantic Ocean
  • 2020
Introduction to Part I: The International Context
This book (Part 1 of a volume on Oil Pollution in the Mediterranean Sea) presents a review of knowledge on oil pollution in the Mediterranean Sea, through a series of chapters at an international
Introduction to Part II: National Case Studies
This book (Part II of a volume on “Oil Pollution in the Mediterranean Sea”) presents a review of knowledge on oil pollution in the Mediterranean Sea, through a series of national and regional case
Численное моделирование современного состояния вод и морского льда Северного Ледовитого океана
The paper presents results of numerical simulation of variability of the sea ice area and water circulation in the Arctic Ocean performed with use of the atmosphere reanalysis data for the period
Ocean colour estimates of particulate organic carbon reservoirs in the global ocean – revisited
We have examined 16 years (1998–2013) of particulate organic carbon (POC) concentrations derived from remotely sensed ocean colour. POC concentrations vary spatially from more than 300 mg m−3 in the
A Semantic analysis of moving objects, using as a case study maritime voyages from eighteenth and nineteenth centuries
A spatial model designed to extract knowledge from the tracks of moving objects using a perdurantism approach, implemented using Semantic Web technologies is presented.