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Exceptional influx of oceanic species into the North Sea late 1997

  • M. Edwards (a1) (a2), A.W.G. John (a1), H.G. Hunt and J.A. Lindley (a3)

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Continuous Plankton Recorder records from the North Sea and north-east Atlantic from September 1997 to March 1998 indicate an exceptional influx of oceanic indicator species into the North Sea. These inflow events, according to historical evidence, have only occurred sporadically during this century. This exceptional inflow and previous inflow events are discussed in relation to their similarity in terms of their physical and climatic conditions.

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Exceptional influx of oceanic species into the North Sea late 1997

  • M. Edwards (a1) (a2), A.W.G. John (a1), H.G. Hunt and J.A. Lindley (a3)

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