Temporal variations and trends of CFC11 and CFC12 surface-water saturations in Antarctic marginal seas: Results of a regional ocean circulation model

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Temporal variations and trends of CFC11 and CFC12 surface-water saturations in Antarctic marginal seas: Results of a regional ocean circulation model
Author(s)
Rodehacke C, Roether W, Hellmer H, Hall T
Publication Title
DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART I-OCEANOGRAPHIC RESEARCH PAPERS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
DEEP-SEA RES PT I
Publication Date
2010 Feb
DOI
10.1016/j.dsr.2009.09.008
ISSN
0967-0637
Volume
57
Issue
2
Page Count
24
First Page
175
Last Page
198
Keyword(s)
Oceanography, Tracers, Chlorofluorocarbons, Saturation, Antarctic bottom water, Southern ocean, Tracer inventory, RONNE ICE SHELF, ATLANTIC DEEP-WATER, WEDDELL SEA, BOTTOM-WATER, FORMATION RATES, NORTH-ATLANTIC, CARBON-TETRACHLORIDE, VENTILATION RATES, WIND-SPEED, ROSS SEA
Citation
Rodehacke C, Roether W, Hellmer H, Hall T. Temporal variations and trends of CFC11 and CFC12 surface-water saturations in Antarctic marginal seas: Results of a regional ocean circulation model. DEEP-SEA RES PT I. 2010;57 (2):175-198.
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