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  List of Accepted Contributions - BG3.02 Natural and human-induced hypoxia in the ocean (co-listed in OS)

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Ivanova, E.; Sergeeva, N.
Small-scale patches of hypoxic sediments: a comparison of diversity of patch-associated and background meiofauna

Gilbert, D; Sundby, B; Gobeil, C; Mucci, A; Tremblay, G.-H.
Linking northwest Atlantic physical oceanographic processes to the oxygen regime of the St. Lawrence Estuary

Rabalais, N
Hypoxia in the Gulf of Mexico

Monteiro, P.; Florenchie, P.; Queiroz, T.; van der Plas, A.
The nature and dynamics of oceanic forcing of seasonal and interannual variability of coastal hypoxia in the Benguela upwelling system

Naqvi, W.; Naik, H.; Jayakumar, A.; Shailaja, M.; Pratihary, A.; Narvekar, P.
Seasonal oxygen deficiency over the western continental shelf of India

Dewitte, B.; Pizarro, O.; Echevin, V.; duPenhoat, Y.
The seasonal cycle of the oxygene minimum zone and the extra-tropical Rossby wave in the South Eastern Pacific

Falina, A.; Volkov, I.
Thermohaline and hydrochemical structure of the deep waters in the eastern basin of the Black Sea observed in 1997-2005.

Naik, H.S.
Sedimentary Nitrogen Cycling Over the Western Continental Shelf of India

Levin, L.; Cowie, G.; Woulds, C.; Lamont, P.; Whitcraft, C.
Oxygen minimum zone influence on benthos: boundary effects, thresholds and bioturbation.

Gooday, A.J.; Larkin, K.E.
The ecological role of benthic foraminifera in low-oxygen environments and their use as indicators of hypoxia in the historical and geological records

Ekau, W.
Large Scale Low Oxygen controlling Distribution Patterns of Early Life Stages of Fish in the Northern Benguela and Southern Angola Currents.

Zhang, J.; Zhang, G.L.; Wu, Y.; Ren, J.L.; Liu, S.M.
Seasonal hypoxia and its impact on the coastal ecosystems off the large rivers in China

Szajdak, L.; Zyczynska-Baloniak, I.; Szczepanski, M.
Function of small pond as biogeochemical barrier for the decrease of different kinds of nitrogen in agricultural landscape

Gilbert, D; Freeland, H; Tran, A
Oxygen measurements on Argo floats

Oguz, T.
Hypoxia and Anoxia in the Black Sea

Bruechert, V; Zitzmann, S; Stief, P; Julies, E; Currie, B; Peard, K; Van der Plas, A; Endler, R
Biogeochemistry of hydrogen sulfide and methane in sediments of the Namibian upwelling system and their relationship to water column anoxia and nutrient levels (NAMIBGAS)

Machain-Castillo, M.L.; Diego-Casimiro, G.; Ruiz-Fernández, A.C.; Cuesta-Castillo, L.B.
Living (rose bengal stained) benthic foraminifera from the oxygen minimum zone in the Gulf of Tehuantepec, Mexican Pacific.

Katsev, S; Sundby, B; Mucci, A
Predicting the geochemical response of sediments affected by hypoxia in the Lower St. Lawrence Estuary

Chabot, D.; Couturier, C.; Dutil, J.-D.; Claireaux, G.
Non-lethal hypoxia reduces growth rate in fish due to a narrowing of their metabolic scope: demonstration with Atlantic cod, common wolffish and sole

Lavik, G.; Stuehrmann, T.; Fuchs, B.; Bruechert, V.; Amann, R.; Lass, U.; Kuypers, M.
Anaerobic oxidation of hydrogen sulfide coupled to nitrate reduction in Namibian Coastal waters

Yin, K.
Lack of seasonal hypoxia in spite of high nitrogen enrichment in the Pearl River estuary and adjacent coastal waters

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