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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
1999Test Measurements with an Operational Microstructure-Turbulence Profiler. Detection Limit of Dissipation Rates.PRANDKE Hartmut; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2008Towards a LOICZ Biogeochemical Budget for the Mediterranean Sea - Initial StepsSTROBL Robert; EVANS B.; SOMMA Francesca; GARCIA GORRIZ Elisa; STIPS Adolf; ZALDIVAR COMENGES Jose'Articles in Journals
2012Trends of simulated oxygen dynamics and hypoxia in the Baltic SeaMILADINOVA Svetla; STIPS AdolfContributions to Conferences
2006Turbulence and Feeding Behaviour Affect the Vertical Distributions of Oithona Similis and Microsetella NorwegicaMAAR Marie; VISSER Andy; NIELSEN Torkel Gissel; STIPS ADOLF; SAITO H.Articles in Journals
2002Turbulence and Zooplankton Production: Insight from PROVESS.STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2002Turbulent Mixing in the Northern North Sea: a Numerical Model Study.BOLDING KRISTENSEN Karsten; BURCHARD Hans; POHLMANN Thomas; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2013Understanding The Causes of Recent Warming of Mediterranean Waters. How Much Could be Attributed to Climate Change?MACIAS MOY DIEGO; GARCIA GORRIZ Elisa; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2008The Variability of Parameters Controlling the Cyanobacteria Bloom Biomass in the Baltic SeaLILOVER MADIS-JAAK; STIPS ADOLFArticles in Journals
2010Yet Another Assessment of Climate Change in the Baltic Sea Area: Breakpoints in Climate Time SerieSTIPS Adolf; LILOVER MadisContributions to Conferences
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