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And F. Schott: 1977, 'The beta spiral and the determination of the absolute velocity field from hydrographic station data', Deep-Sea Research 24, 325-329. Strass, V. D. J. ), Towards a Theory on Biological-Physical Interactions in the World Ocean, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 113-136. F. S. Reynolds: 1980, 'Sinking and floating', Ch. 10 in I. ), The Physiological Ecology of Phytoplankton, Blackwell, Oxford. : 1971, 'Thermocline Problem', Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc. London A270, 69-73. Wolf, U.

14, 129-165. R. R. Pugh: 1976, 'Observations of the horizontal coherence of chlorophyll a and temperature', Deep-Sea Res. 23, 527-538. , H. D. Woods: 1988, 'A synoptic map of isopycnic potential vorticity in the seasonal thermocline at the North Atlantic Polar Front', (in preparation). : 1982, Atmosphere-Ocean Dynamics, Academic Press, London. L. J. Holyer: 1980, 'Phytoplankton patchiness indicates the fluctuations spectrum of mesoscale oceanic structure', Nature 288, 157-159. , H. C. S. J. Shay: 1986, 'Intensive measurements of turbulence and shear in the equatorial undercurrent', Nature 318, 140-144.

7°C. The initial cooling brought up nutrients from the thermocline into the surface layer (Fox and Kester, 1986); by June, however, the surface layer nutrients were depleted. , 1985) and McCarthy and Nevins (1986) point out that prior to the bloom much of the primary production was 'new', not involving recycled nitrogen. The phytoplankton biomass maximum in the center of the ring observed in June by Nelson et 81. (1985) was believed to have developed in situ rather than being the result of lateral mixing of the ring with its surroundings.

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