Continental fluxes to the Bay of Biscay: Processes and behaviour

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Continental inputs of dissolved materials and particulates from the Gironde estuary to the Bay of Biscay are the largest of the French Atlantic coast. In order to study, through a pluridisciplinary research programme, the ecosystems of continental shelves, the main characteristics of the Bay of Biscay are presented. The relationships between continental fluxes and the shelf are summarized. © 1989.

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Jouanneau, J. M., & Latouche, C. (1989). Continental fluxes to the Bay of Biscay: Processes and behaviour. Ocean and Shoreline Management, 12(5–6), 477–485. https://doi.org/10.1016/0951-8312(89)90025-8

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