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Mass transfer in eccentric binaries: the new oil-on-water smoothed particle hydrodynamics technique

Water mass and depth determine the distribution and diversity of Rhodobacterales in an Arctic marine system

Microbial distribution and activity across a water mass frontal zone in the California Current Ecosystem

Overall Mass Transfer Coefficient for Pollutant Emissions from Small Water Pools under Simulated Indoor Environmental Conditions

Association between extracellular water, left ventricular mass and hypertension in haemodialysis patients

Water-mass formation and distribution in the Nordic Seas during the 1990s

Water mass transport variability to the North Icelandic shelf, 1994–2010

Determination of Anilines in River Water, Sediment, and Fish Samples by Gas Chromatography—Mass Spectrometry

Longevity of Mass-Produced Bactrocera tryoni (Diptera: Tephritidae) Held Without Food or Water

Accelerating a water maser face-on jet from a high mass young stellar object

Differences in the physiological processes of Calanus sinicus inside and outside the Yellow Sea Cold Water Mass

Dynameomics: mass annotation of protein dynamics and unfolding in water by high-throughput atomistic molecular dynamics simulations

Water and methanol in low-mass protostellar outflows: gas-phase synthesis, ice sputtering and destruction

Water mass transformation in the Barents Sea — application of the Hamburg Shelf Ocean Model (HamSOM)

Seven copepod species considered as indicators of water-mass influence and changes: results from a Northumberland coastal station

Cyclonic entrainment? The ichthyoplankton attributes of three major water mass types generated by the separation of the East Australian Current

The impact of changes in North Atlantic Gyre distribution on water mass characteristics in the Rockall Trough

 

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A discrete body of seawater in which physical properties (such as temperature and salinity) are uniform, but different from surrounding water masses with which it will mix only very slowly. Contrast air mass.

Subjects: Environmental Science.


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