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Figure 13 Seasonal changes in inorganic nitrate and dissolved organic nitrogen at station E1, 1969–1977, as monthly mean microgram-atoms nitrogen per litre for the whole water column (reproduced, with permission, from Butler, E. , Knox, S. and Liddicoat, M. I. (1979). The relationship between inorganic and organic nutrients in seawater. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 59, 239–250; Figure 2). and silica content in seawater, and this work was later further developed by Atkins and Jenkins (1956).
9-m square net used for the L5 series from 1975; (C) a modiﬁed Kiel multiple closing net, ﬁtted with telemetering of depth, temperature and ﬂow rate, arranged for horizontal tows in 1978 and 1979 (photos by A. J. Southward). 34 ALAN J. SOUTHWARD ET AL. Figure 20 Sampling oV Plymouth. (A) and (B) W. Garstang testing nets from the steam yacht Busy Bee in 1899, a vertical quantitative net (A) and a horizontal closing net (B). Both of these nets were used for sampling at the ICES stations, 1903–1909.
The models could not simulate important measured diVerences between surface and bottom currents or events in some embayed situations, where the surface currents and bottom currents can be opposed. A southwest wind forces eastward ﬂow along the English Coast in Eddystone Bay and Lyme Bay. A ﬂow is also driven along the north Cornwall Coast and the Irish Coast toward the Irish Sea. However, with a southwest wind stress, the model shows that there is little net transport of water through the Irish Sea and that coastal ﬂows from there are returned southward through the St.