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The distribution of temperature and salinity, current velocities, suspended particulate matter, bottom sediments, bottom morphology, and planktonic and benthic organisms during the summer period are studied in the estuary of the large Onega River and coastal areas of the Onega Bay (White Sea) influenced by interacting marine and riverine factors.
Median Latitude: 64.024471 * Median Longitude: 37.685238 * South-bound Latitude: 63.933167 * West-bound Longitude: 37.215333 * North-bound Latitude: 64.279500 * East-bound Longitude: 37.964167
Ekolog-2004-100 * Latitude: 63.955167 * Longitude: 37.964167 * Elevation: -4.0 m * Location: White Sea * Campaign: Ekolog-2004 * Basis: Ekolog * Device: Grab (GRAB)
Ekolog-2004-101 * Latitude: 63.949833 * Longitude: 37.934167 * Elevation: -3.0 m * Location: White Sea * Campaign: Ekolog-2004 * Basis: Ekolog * Device: Grab (GRAB)