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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2005Numerical Simulations of Black Sea and Adjoined Azov Sea, Forced with Climatological and Meteorological Reanalysis DataSTIPS ADOLF; PENEVA ElisavetaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2009The NW Mediterranean Coastal Ecological Province from Satellite and Model DataBARALE Vittorio; STIPS Adolf; HOEPFFNER NicolasContributions to Conferences
2008Observation, Parameterization and Simulation of Turbulent Mixing in the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic SeaLILOVER Madis-jaak; STIPS ADOLFContributions to Conferences
2003Observations of a Quasi Shear-Free Lacustrine Convective Boundary Layer: Stratification and its Implications on Turbulence.JONAS Tobias; STIPS Adolf; EUGSTER Werner; WUEST AlfredArticles in Journals
2001Observations of Stratified Turbulence Depending on the Different Wind, Strtification and Shear Scenarios.LILOVER Madis-jaak; HUTTULA T.; LAANEMETS J.; PAVELSON J.; STIPS AdolfContributions to Conferences
2001Observed and Simulated Turbulent Dissipation Rates during Strong Tidal Conditions.BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; BURCHARD Hans; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2005Oxygen Depletion Risk Indices - OXYRISK & PSA V2.0 - New Developments, Structure and Software ContentDJAVIDNIA Samuel; DRUON Jean-Noel; SCHRIMPF Wolfram; STIPS ADOLF; PENEVA Elisaveta; DOBRICIC Srdjan; VOGT PETEREUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2013Oxygen in the gulf of Finland and the role of major Baltic inflows: a modelling experimentLESSIN Gennadi; STIPS AdolfContributions to Conferences
2002The Physical Environment as a Key Factor in Assessing the Eutrophication Status and Vulnerability of Shallow SeaDRUON Jean noel; SCHRIMPF Wolfram; DOBRICIC E.; STIPS AdolfEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2005Realistic Multiannual Simulations of the Coupled North Sea and Baltic Sea System Using the Getm ModelSTIPS ADOLF; BOLDING Karsten; BURCHARD Hans; DJAVIDNIA Samuel; PENEVA ElisavetaEUR - Scientific and Technical Research Reports
2012The Regime Shift in the Baltic Sea area – caused by the change of the NAO sign?STIPS Adolf; LILOVER MadisContributions to Conferences
2013Regime Shifts and Trends in the Baltic Sea area: a statistical approachSTIPS Adolf; LILOVER MadisContributions to Conferences
2009The Relative Importance of Selected Factors Controlling the Oxygen Dynamics in the Water Column of the Baltic SeaMILADINOVA-MARINOVA SVETLA; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2014The relevance of deep chlorophyll maximum in the open Mediterranean Sea evaluated through 3D hydrodynamic-biogeochemical coupled simulationsMACIAS MOY DIEGO; STIPS Adolf; GARCIA GORRIZ ElisaArticles in Journals
2003The Role of Advection and Turbulent Mixing in the Vertical Distribution of Phytoplankton.SERRA T.; GRANATA T.; COLOMER J.; STIPS Adolf; MOEHLENBERG F.; CASAMITJANA X.Articles in Journals
2008Scenario Simulations of Recent Baltic Sea Inflows Using the Hydrodynamic Transport Model GETMSTIPS ADOLF; BOLDING Karsten; LILOVER MadisContributions to Conferences
2010Scenarios of Multi-Annual Simulations of the Coupled North Sea - Baltic Sea systemSTIPS Adolf; BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; LILOVER MadisContributions to Conferences
2010Sensitivity of Oxygen Dynamics in the Water Column of the Baltic Sea to External ForcingMILADINOVA-MARINOVA SVETLA; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2004Simulating the Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of the North Sea Using the New Model GETM (General Estuarine Transport Model).STIPS Adolf; BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; POHLMANN Thomas; BURCHARD HansArticles in Journals
2001Simulating Turbulence Dynamics during the Thermocline Breakdown in the Northern North Sea.BURCHARD Hans; BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; RIPPETH Tom; SIMPSON J. h.; STIPS Adolf; SUNDERMANN JuergenArticles in Journals
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