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Title: Challenges of Modeling Depth-Integrated Marine Primary Productivity over Mutliple Decades: A Case Study at BATS and HOT
Authors: SABA Vincent
FRIEDRICHS Marjorie
CARR Mary-Elena
ANTOINE David
ARMSTRONG Robert
ASANUMA Ichio
AUMONT Olivier
BATES Nicholas
BEHRENFELD Michael
BENNINGTON Val
BOPP Laurent
BRUGGEMAN Jorn
BUITENHUIS Erik
CHURCH Matthew
CIOTTI Aurea
DONEY Scott
DOWELL Mark
DUNNE John
DUTKIEWICZ Stephanie
GREGG Watson
HOEPFFNER Nicolas
HYDE Kimberly
ISHIZAKA Joji
KAMEDA Takahiko
KARL David
LIMA Ivan
LOMAS Michael
MARRA John
MCKINLEY Galen
MELIN Frederic
MOORE Keith
MOREL Andre
O'REILLY John
SALIHOGLU Baris
SCARDI Michele
SMYTH Tim
TANG Shilin
TJIPUTRA Jerry
UITZ Julia
VICHI Marcello
WATERS Kirk
WESTBERRY Toby
YOOL Andrew
Citation: GLOBAL BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES vol. 24 p. GB3020
Publisher: AMER GEOPHYSICAL UNION
Publication Year: 2010
JRC Publication N°: JRC59983
ISSN: 0886-6236
URI: http://www.agu.org/pubs/crossref/2010/2009GB003655.shtml
http://publications.jrc.ec.europa.eu/repository/handle/111111111/14910
DOI: 10.1029/2009GB003655
Type: Articles in Journals
Appears in Collections:Institute for Environment and Sustainability

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