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Since 1994 all relevant publications (currently 4032) of the staff of the institute are registered. All entries can be find under "Publication Lists", the newest three entries are:

  • Saniewska, D., M. Bełdowska, E. Szymczak, K. Kuliński, J. Bełdowski, M. Voss, D. Pryputniewicz-Flis and D. Burska (2022). Processes affecting the transformation of mercury in the coastal zone in the vicinity of two river mouths in the southern Baltic Sea. Mar. Chem. 238: 104065, doi: 10.1016/j.marchem.2021.104065
  • Reinert, M., L. Pineau-Guillou, N. Raillard and B. Chapron (2021). Seasonal shift in storm surges at Brest revealed by extreme value analysis. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans 126: e2021JC017794, doi: 10.1029/2021JC017794
  • Klaes, B., G. Wörner, S. Thiele-Bruhn, H. W. Arz, J. Struck, O. Dellwig, N. Groschopf, M. Lorenz, J.-F. Wagner, O. B. Urrea, F. Lamy and R. Kilian (2022). Element mobility related to rock weathering and soil formation at the westward side of the southernmost Patagonian Andes. Sci. Total Environ. 817: 152977, doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2022.152977

"Marine Science Reports" publishes monographs and data reports written by scientists of the Leibniz Institute for Baltic Sea Research Warnemünde and their coworkers. Volumes are published at irregular intervals und numbered consecutively. The content reflects only the opinion of the authors.

Click here to access all 119 volumes of the journal.

The current volume is
Nr. 119 (2021) Michael Naumann, Ulf Gräwe, Volker Mohrholz, Joachim Kuss, Marion Kanwischer, Helena Osterholz, Susanne Feistel, Ines Hand, Joanna J. Waniek, Detlef E. Schulz-Bull: Hydrographic-hydrochemical assessment of the Baltic Sea 2020