The Agulhas Return Current

@inproceedings{Lutjeharms2001TheAR,
  title={The Agulhas Return Current},
  author={J. R. E. Lutjeharms and Isabelle Jane Ansorge},
  year={2001}
}
Abstract The Agulhas Return Current constitutes the intense flow along the Subtropical Convergence south of Africa. It forms the connecting link between the generically similar South Atlantic Current and the South Indian Ocean Current, thus contributing to the water exchange between these two basins. This general along-front flow is, however, substantially modified south of Africa by contributions from the Agulhas Current. We have carried out a first study of the hydrography and dynamics of the… CONTINUE READING
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