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Publication YearTitleAuthor(s), Editor(s), Other Contributor(s)Publication Type
2011An alternative parameterization of eddy diffusivity in the Gulf of Finland based on kinetic energy of high frequency internal wave bandLILOVER Madis; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2010A Comparison of Parameterized, Simulated and Measured Turbulent Mixing in the Gulf of Finland, the Baltic SeaLILOVER Madis; STIPS AdolfContributions to Conferences
2003Development of a Deep Chlorophyll Maximum of Heterocapsa Triquetra Ehrenb. at the Entrance to the Gulf of Finland.KONONEN Kalsa; HUTTUNEN Maija; HALLFORS Seija; GENTIEN Patrick; LUNVEN Michel; HUTTULA Timo; LAANEMETS Jaan; LILOVER Madis; PAVELSON Juss; STIPS AdolfArticles in Journals
2012Global climate change: Did we pass a tipping point?STIPS Adolf; LILOVER MadisContributions to Conferences
2013How to detect Regime Shifts and their causes in the European Seas?STIPS Adolf; LILOVER Madis; GARCIA GORRIZ ElisaContributions to Conferences
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
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
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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