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Buoyancy-Driven Transport Processes

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Transport and Transformation Processes over Continental Shelves with Substantial Freshwater Inflows

Synopsis

Coastal ocean regions with large freshwater inflows are major gateways for the transfer of materials from continents to oceans. Thus, it is important to understand how processes on shelves with large freshwater inflows affect cross-margin transport of biologically, geologically, and chemically important materials. This announcement, offered under the auspices of the Coastal Ocean Processes (CoOP) Program of NSF/OCE, calls for proposals investigating processes that control buoyancy-driven systems influenced by freshwater inflows.

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