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Earth Syst. Dynam., 8, 801-815, 2017
https://doi.org/10.5194/esd-8-801-2017
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07 Sep 2017
Low-frequency variability in North Sea and Baltic Sea identified through simulations with the 3-D coupled physical–biogeochemical model ECOSMO
Ute Daewel and Corinna Schrum

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Processes behind observed long-term variations in marine ecosystems are difficult to be deduced from in situ observations only. By statistically analysing a 61-year model simulation for the North Sea and Baltic Sea and additional model scenarios, we identified major modes of variability in the environmental variables and associated those with changes in primary production. We found that the dominant impact on changes in ecosystem productivity was introduced by modulations of the wind fields.
Processes behind observed long-term variations in marine ecosystems are difficult to be deduced...
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