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Elsevier Ltd. United Kingdom
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Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography focuses its scope in these topics and keywords: deepsea, variability, water, sea, western, coralsalongshore, cycle, determine, continental, crossshore, ...

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Languages: English

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deepsea, variability, water, sea, western, coralsalongshore, cycle, determine, continental, crossshore, eastern, economic, effects, eventsthe, fan, fisheries, food, frameworkon, congo, community, australian, bay, bayesian, belief, benthic, bight, bombs, camera, carbonate, chemosynthetic, china, chondrichthyans, circulations, commercial, NA

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