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Oceanological Studies
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Oceanologia
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Oceanologia
2007 No. 49 (4) 449-470
EN A new, more accurate formula for calculating the net longwave radiation flux LW ?? has been devised for the Baltic Sea region. To this end, the following sets of simultaneously measured data regarding the longwave radiation of the sea and the atmosphere were used: the temperatures of the sea surface[...]
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International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy
2013 Vol. 13 13-22
EN The present research work deals with the quantification of toxic heavy metals in the water samples collected from sea water in Międzyzdroje. While the annual average concentration of Cadmium was calculated as 0.44 ppm in 2008 of the year and 0.46 ppm in 2009 of the year. The values obtained were fou[...]
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International Letters of Chemistry, Physics and Astronomy
2013 Vol. 13 33-36
EN This paper presents a study on the salinity of the Baltic Sea in Międzyzdroje. The study was conducted from February 2008 to September 2009 year. The highest concentration of [NaCl] in said month May 2009 was about 4.51 g/dm3, while the lowest occurred in the month February 2009 was about 3.45 g/dm3[...]
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Oceanologia
2013 No. 55 (3) 519--541
EN The paper describes the hydrodynamic part of the coupled ice-ocean model that also includes the ecosystem predictive model. The Baltic Sea model is based on the Community Earth System Model (CESM from NCAR – National Centre for Atmospheric Research). CESM was adopted for the Baltic Sea as a coupled [...]
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Problemy Ekologii
2008 R. 12, nr 4 224-225
PL Przyczynami degradacji Bałtyku są eutrofizacja, nadmierne rybołówstwo i kłusownictwo. Zapobiec temu mogą rezerwaty morskie.
EN The main reasons of the Baltic Sea degradation include eutrophisation, excessive fishing and poaching. These phenomena can be prevented by establishing marine reservation areas.
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Oceanologia
2013 No. 55 (4) 787--807
EN Sea level is subject to spatial and temporal variability on different scales. In this paper we investigate seasonal variability in the open Baltic Sea level using daily satellite altimetry data for the period 1 January 1993-31 December 2010. Our results indicate that there is a well-pronounced seaso[...]
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Oceanologia
2003 No. 45 (4) 623-642
EN In January 2003, a deep-water renewal process in the Baltic Sea commenced with an inflow of about 200 km3 of cold and well oxygenated water from the Kattegat, half of which was of salinity >17 PSU; it is considered to be the most important inflow since 1993. Related front propagation and the ventila[...]
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Oceanologia
2003 No. 45 (3) 507-510
EN The paper is a report on the occurrence of the species Gammarus tigrinus Sexton, 1939, in the coastal waters of Puck Bay.
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Oceanologia
2003 No. 45 (2) 337-355
EN The objective of this work was to assess the contents and patterns of selected organic pollutants (polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons - PAHs, polychlorinated biphenyls - PCBs, and chlorinated pesticides - DDT) in the southern part of the Baltic Sea proper, using blue mussels, Mytilus trossulus, as sen[...]
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Oceanologia
2003 No. 45 (1) 107-120
EN This paper gives a general overview of Polish experience and achievements with regard to hydrodynamic modelling in the Polish zone of the Baltic Sea. The first work started already at the end of the sixties when the first 1D and 2D hydrodynamic models were set up. With the development of numerical m[...]
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Oceanological and Hydrobiological Studies
EN The plankton material was sampled in August 1997 from the Gulf of Gdansk. The Cyanobacterium Nodularia spumigena strain (NSG 0897) was isolated from the samples. The effect of salinity on the growth of Nodularia spumigena was studied in the laboratory. Salinity had a significant effect on the number[...]
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Oceanologia
2003 No. 45 (4) 593-621
EN A medium-sized inflow (about 200 km3 according to IOW data, - personal communication) of saline water into the southern Baltic Sea occurred during January 2003. Unlike any previously observed inflow, this one brought very cold water, of temperatures around 1-2°C and less. Since the temperature of th[...]
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Oceanologia
EN The Baltic Sea covers an area of 415 000 km2. A typical brackish sea, it is very sensitive to anthropogenic activities. Inorganic nutrients, trace metals, chlorinated hydrocarbons and crude oil products are contaminants studied in the Baltic Monitoring Programme of HELCOM. The data collected by the [...]
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Oceanologia
2002 No. 44 (1) 111-122
EN A new instrument, an Autonomous Hydroacoustic System, was designed to probe a water column acoustically from the bottom to the sea surface. It is capable of operating from a depth of 100 m self sufficiently for up to 10 days. A brief description of its construction and electronic design is provided.[...]
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Oceanologia
2001 No. 43 (4) 421-439
EN The aim of this study was to identify and quantify lignin transported from the River Vistula to the accumulation area in the Gdansk Basin. Sediment samples collected along the Vistula mouth - Gdansk Deep transect were analysed for lignin. Lignin was characterised by oxidative degradation, cupric oxi[...]
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Oceanologia
2001 No. 43 (2) 247-256
EN The concentration of monosaccharides in samples collected in the Gulf of Gdansk area was determined in water filtered through ~0.8 žm pore size filters. Seawater concentrations ranged from about 0.2 to 1.1 mg C dm-3, the highest values being detected at the mouth of the river Vistula. Seasonality wa[...]
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Oceanologia
2002 No. 44 (4) 395-418
EN This paper presents the results of an attempt to reproduce, with the aid of a numerical circulation model, the hydrological conditions observed in the coastal area of the southern Baltic in September 1989. A large fall in surface layer seawater temperature was recorded in September 1989 at two coast[...]
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Oceanologia
EN Acoustic measurements were conducted at different seasons in the last five years at a fixed point of the Baltic Sea at a frequency 30 kHz concurrently with temperature and salinity sampling. Echosounding records were used to determine the seasonal and diurnal migration patterns of scattering layers [...]
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