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Stable Isotopic Study of Southern Ocean Surface Waters: An Update

Introduction The Southern Ocean, defined as the region between the south of 60°S and Antarctic, is an important region that affects the climate of the Earth. The main bottom and intermediate water masses of the world ocean originate here. Despite its close relationship with changing atmospheric conditions, the vertical and horizontal structures of the Southern Ocean, as a whole, have been studied only to a limited extent, although some detailed studies exist for some specific locations (Archambeau, et al., 1998,...

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