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See detailNutrients Cycling and the Trophic Status of Coastal Ecosystems – (EUROTROPH)
Frankignoulle, M.; Borges, Alberto ULg; Gazeau, F. et al

Poster (2004, May)

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See detailThe Portugal coastal counter current off NW Spain: new insights on its biogeochemical variability
Alvarez-Salgado, Xosé Antón; Figueiras, F. G.; Perez, F. F. et al

in Progress in Oceanography (2003), 56(2), 281-321

Time series of wind-stress data, AVHRR and SeaWiFS satellite images, and in situ data from seven cruises are used to assemble a coherent picture of the hydrographic variability of the seas off the ... [more ▼]

Time series of wind-stress data, AVHRR and SeaWiFS satellite images, and in situ data from seven cruises are used to assemble a coherent picture of the hydrographic variability of the seas off the Northwest Iberian Peninsula from the onset (September-October) to the cessation (February-May) of the Portugal coastal counter current (PCCC). During this period the chemistry and the biology of the shelf, slope and ocean waters between 40degrees and 43degreesN have previously been undersampled. Novel information extracted from these observations relate to: 1. The most frequent modes of variability of the alongshore coastal winds, covering event, seasonal and long-term scales; 2. The conspicuous cycling between stratification and homogenisation observed in PCCC waters, which has key implications for the chemistry and biology of these waters; 3. The seasonal evolution of nitrite profiles in PCCC waters in relation to the stratification cycle; 4. The Redfield stoichiometry of the remineralisation of organic matter in Eastern North Atlantic Central Water (ENACW)-the water mass being transported by the PCCC; 5. The separation of coastal (mesotrophic) from PCCC (oligotrophic) planktonic populations by a downwelling front along the shelf, which oscillates to and fro across the shelf as a function of coastal wind intensity and continental runoff; and 6. The photosynthetic responses of the PCCC and coastal plankton populations to the changing stratification and light conditions from the onset to the cessation of the PCCC. [less ▲]

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See detailA discussion of methods for estimating residual fluxes in strong tidal estuaries
Regnier, P.; Mouchet, Anne ULg; Wollast, R. et al

in Continental Shelf Research (1998), 18

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See detailOn the estimation of estuarine contaminant fluxes
Regnier, P.; Mouchet, Anne ULg; Ronday, François ULg et al

in ICES proceedings of the Scientific Symposium on the 1993 North Sea Quality Status Report (1996)

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