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On the possibile contrinution of advection into the formation of CIL in the Baltic Sea

Author Kozlova O.
Pages 156-162
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Keywords T, S-analysis, the Baltic Sea, cold intermediate layer.
Abstract (summary) This article offers the results of an analysis of mean annual (1952—2005) data on the  temperature and salinity in the Baltic Sea published by the Institute for Baltic Sea Research (Warnemünde, Germany). The data were averaged by months, one-degree quadrants, and 10 meter-thick layers. It was found that, throughout the year, 54 % of the minimum sea water temperatures in the intermediate layer are 0.01—0.1 °C lower than those at the surface of the same spot. It suggests the possibility of advection contributing to the formation of CIL in the Baltic Sea.
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