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by Germany) Dahlem Workshop on Ocean Margin Processes in Global Change (1990 : Berlin,J. M. Martin,R. F. C. Mantoura,T. D. Jickells,Marga and Kurt Mollgaard Stiftung,Freie Universitat Berlin,R. Wollast

ePub Ocean Margin Processes in Global Change: Report of the Dahlem Workshop on Ocean Margin Processes in Global Change, Berlin, 1990, March 18-23 (Physical Chemical and Earth Science Research Reports, Pc9) download
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Germany) Dahlem Workshop on Ocean Margin Processes in Global Change (1990 : Berlin,J. M. Martin,R. F. C. Mantoura,T. D. Jickells,Marga and Kurt Mollgaard Stiftung,Freie Universitat Berlin,R. Wollast
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Continental margin exchanges, in Ocean Biogeochemistry: A JGOFS Synthesis. and Wollast R. (eds). eds. Fasham, . Field, . Platt, T. and Zeitzschel,B. Kremer H. and Corssland . Ocean Margin Processes in Global Change. John Wiley and Sons, Chichester, 469 p. .

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Two trends evident in global tidal modelling since the first GEOP conference in 1972 are described.

On behalf of the GEOP Steering Committee the conference was opened by Hyman Orlin (National Oceanic and Atmospheric nal Ocean Survey), program chairman, who, in his introductory. Two trends evident in global tidal modelling since the first GEOP conference in 1972 are described. The first centers on the incorporation of terms for ocean loading and gravitational self attraction into Laplace's tidal equations.

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