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Title: Temperature, salinity and nutrient characteristics in waters of the Canary Island insular shelf at the end of spring
Authors: Llinás Gonzalez, Octavio 
Rueda, M. J. 
Perez Martell, E. 
Keywords: Temperature
Salinity
Canary Islands
Issue Date: 1994
Publisher: 0074-0195
Journal: Boletín - Instituto Español de Oceanografía 
Abstract: The distribution of these parameters and analysis of the corresponding T/S diagrams, indicate a clear influence on the islands of the upwelling water from the African coast which, during the period studied, easily reaches the easternmost islands. Around the islands, the upwelled water can extend from the surface to the bottom or to the maximum depth indicated (150 m). On the other hand, there is a notable tendency towards emergence of the subsurface water. The nutrient values are seen to be governed by local productive processes.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10553/51381
ISSN: 0074-0195
Source: Boletin - Instituto Espanol de Oceanografia [ISSN 0074-0195], v. 10, p. 177-189
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