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Western Boundary Currents

Western boundary currents are intense jet currents at the western periphery of large-scale oceanic gyres in the World Ocean. As was shown in the pioneer paper of Henry Stommel in 1948, they are the result of two following causes:

  • The β-effect, ...
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