Views of Ocean Processes from the Sea-viewing Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Mission

Views of Ocean Processes from the Sea-viewing Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Mission

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In the central Bering Sea, a shelf-slope front marking the boundary between relatively fresh shelf water and more saline basin water extends ~ 1000 km northwestward from Unimak Pass to near Cape Navarin (Kinder and Coachman, 1978; see also ... While both of these review papers present generalized or schematic descriptions of the Green Belt, variability of this ... Variability in the structure and location of the frontal system defining the Green Belt region introduces variability to theanbsp;...


Title:Views of Ocean Processes from the Sea-viewing Field-of-view Sensor (SeaWiFS) Mission
Author:David A. Siegel, Andrew C Thomas, John Marra
Publisher: - 2004
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