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The diapycnal and isopycnal mixing experiment: a first assessment

Gille, Sarah T., Ledwell, James, Naveira Garabato, Alberto, Speer, Kevin, Balwada, Dhruv, Brearley, Alex, Girton, James B., Griesel, Alexa, Ferrari, Raffaele, Klocker, Andreas, LaCasce, Joseph, Lazarevich, Peter, Mackay, Neill, Meredith, Michael P., Messias, Marie-Jose, Owens, Breck, Sallee, Jean-Baptiste, Sheen, Katy L., Shuckburgh, Emily, Smeed, David A., St Laurent, Louis C., Toole, John M., Watson, Andrew J., Wienders, Nicolas and Zajaczkovski, Uriel (2012) The diapycnal and isopycnal mixing experiment: a first assessment CLIVAR Exchanges, (58(Vol. 17(1)), pp. 46-48.

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Published date: 28 February 2012
Organisations: Marine Systems Modelling, Physical Oceanography

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Local EPrints ID: 337204
URI: http://eprints.soton.ac.uk/id/eprint/337204
PURE UUID: 1e7c5a4a-dd16-4475-84d6-3bfe33d978f8

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Date deposited: 19 Apr 2012 11:02
Last modified: 18 Jul 2017 06:04

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Author: Sarah T. Gille
Author: James Ledwell
Author: Kevin Speer
Author: Dhruv Balwada
Author: Alex Brearley
Author: James B. Girton
Author: Alexa Griesel
Author: Raffaele Ferrari
Author: Andreas Klocker
Author: Joseph LaCasce
Author: Peter Lazarevich
Author: Neill Mackay
Author: Michael P. Meredith
Author: Marie-Jose Messias
Author: Breck Owens
Author: Jean-Baptiste Sallee
Author: Katy L. Sheen
Author: Emily Shuckburgh
Author: David A. Smeed
Author: Louis C. St Laurent
Author: John M. Toole
Author: Andrew J. Watson
Author: Nicolas Wienders
Author: Uriel Zajaczkovski

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