Antarctic Oceanology I by Joseph L. (ed) Reid

By Joseph L. (ed) Reid

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Published by means of the yankee Geophysical Union as a part of the Antarctic learn Series.

The Antarctic waters supply one of many severe units of features for the world's oceans. Its waters are chilly, low in salinity, dense, and excessive in dissolved oxygen, and, even if similar values should be present in the Norwegian Sea, it's the out-flow from the Antarctic that fills lots of the deep ocean basins of the realm. The interplay of those high-latitude waters with these having the features of tropical or North Atlantic waters has lengthy been one of many significant stories of oceanology, but in basic terms within the previous couple of a long time have we been in a position to start to acquire the precise information.

Recent advancements, equivalent to the recognition of the concept that of continental waft and sea ground spreading, have made the antarctic areas as very important to geologists and geophysicists as to actual oceanographers and biologists.

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