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Olsen, Steffen; Årthun, Marius; Eldevik, Tor; Fritz, Jan-Stefan; Larsen, Karin; Miller, Raeanne; Moat, Ben; Oltmanns, Marilena
Contributing authors: Steffen M. Olsen (1), Marius Årthun (2), Tor Eldevik (2), Jan-Stefan Fritz (3), Karin M. Larsen (4), Raeanne G. Miller (5), Ben Moat (6), Marilena Oltmanns (7).
Corresponding Author: Steffen Olsen, email@example.com
Contributing Institutions: (1) Danish Meteorological Institute, (2) University of Bergen, (3) German Marine Research Consortium, (4) Faroe Marine Research Institute, (5) SAMS Research Services Ltd., (6) National Oceanography Centre Southampton, (7) GEOMAR Helmholtz Centre for Ocean Research Kiel
This policy brief was produced in support of the SEARICA Science-Policy breakfast discussion on the Slowing Gulf Stream, on the 4 September, 2018, held at the European Parliament ASP 5G1.
Presentations given at the meeting can be downloaded here: http://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.1409470
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