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Continental Shelf Research is a journal indexed in SJR in Aquatic Science and Oceanography with an H index of 124. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,708 and it has a best quartile of Q1. It is published in English. It has an SJR impact factor of 0,708.

Continental Shelf Research focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: sediment, bay, plankton, coastal, estuary, variability, dominated, flow, west, tidal, ...

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Aims and Scope

sediment, bay, plankton, coastal, estuary, variability, dominated, flow, west, tidal, coast, coupled, fluxes, south, tropical, francisco, dynamics, temperature, suspended, structure, simulated, particulate, nutrients, hydrodynamicecosystem,

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The flow through the north channel of the Irish Sea

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Mass and heat transport in the Argentine Continental Shelf

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Water circulation in the Gulf of Papua

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Lagrangian floats as sea floor imaging platforms

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The influence of ice on sediment transport, deposition and reworking in a temperate mudflat area, the Danish Wadden Sea

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Biogeochemical processes controlling methane in gassy coastal sediments - Part 2: groundwater flow control of acoustic turbidity in Eckernforde Bay Sediments

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Interannual variability of the North Sea primary production: comparison from two model studies

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Hydrography and chlorophyll a in a transect from the coast to the shelf-break in the Argentinian Sea

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Sea-ice processes in the Laptev Sea and their importance for sediment export

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Ocean circulation in the Bering Sea marginal ice edge zone from acoustic doppler current profiler observations

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Tidal and residual circulation in a semi-arid bay: Coquimbo Bay, Chile

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Spatial and temporal variability in aggregated grain-size distributions, with implications for sediment dynamics

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Variations in sediment properties, Skeffling mudflat, Humber Estuary, UK

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Tidal front at Osaka Bay, Japan, in winter

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The cross-shelf structure of wind- and buoyancy-driven circulation over the North Carolina inner shelf

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Particulate fluxes, 210Pb and 210Po measured from sediment trap samples in a canyon off northeastern Taiwan

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Variation of residual current in Tokyo Bay due to increase of fresh water discharge

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Frontal observations of the Delaware Coastal Current source region

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Numerical simulation of the circulation in the Svalbardbanken area in the Barents Sea

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Storage and distribution of plutonium, 241Am, 137Cs and 210Pbxs in North Sea sediments

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Physical and chemical effects of grain aggregates on the Palos Verdes margin, southern California

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Response of the coastal waters off Karwar to summer monsoonal forcing during 1989

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