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Measurements of optical properties at an oceanic front observed near the Galapagos Islands



Measurements of optical properties at an oceanic front observed near the Galapagos Islands



Journal of Geophysical Research 74(23): 5540-5541




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DOI: 10.1029/jc074i023p05540


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