Hypoxic and anoxic regions in the Baltic Sea, 1995
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|Small inflow events below the MBI level in November and December 1994 and in spring 1995 only increased the oxygen concentration in the Bornholm Basin deep water. The central Baltic deep water was free of hydrogen sulphide. The weak inflow intensity in 1995 favoured the beginning of a new stagnation in the central Baltic. Oxygen conditions generally deteriorated in the eastern Gotland Basin. Hydrogen sulphide was found as early as May in the Gdańsk Basin and in the Bornholm Basin from August 1995 onwards (NEHRING et al., 1995c, 1996).|
- NEHRING, D., MATTHÄUS, W., LASS, H. U., NAUSCH, G., NAGEL, K., 1995c: The Baltic Sea in 1995 – Beginning of a new stagnation period in its central deep waters and decreasing nutrient load in its surface layer. – Dtsch. Hydrogr. Z., 47, 319-327.
- NEHRING, D., MATTHÄUS, W., LASS, H. U., NAUSCH, G., NAGEL, K., 1996: Hydrographisch-chemische Zustandseinschätzung der Ostsee 1995. – Meereswiss. Ber., Warnemünde, 16, 1-43, doi: 10.12754/msr-1996-0016