Browsing Faculty of Mathematics and Natural Sciences by Subject "water clarity"
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(2013-10-10)Secchi depth is a valuable proxy for detecting long term changes in the water clarity of oceanic and coastal ecosystems. We analyse approximately 40 000 observations, which are available from ICES, from the Baltic Sea and ...Journal article
(John Wiley & Sons Ltd, 2019-08-23)With climate warming, a widespread expectation is that events in spring, such as flowering, bird migrations, and insect bursts, will occur earlier because of increasing temperature. At high latitudes, increased ocean ...Journal article