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What does POOZ stand for?

POOZ stands for Permanently Open Ocean Zone

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the Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ) and the Polar Frontal Zone (PFZ), regions where no large krill swarms have been reported.
Diatoms preserved in surface sediments of the northeastern Kerguelen Plateau; species distributions previously reported from the Permanently Open Ocean Zone...
Kerguelen Plateau. Five new samples placed in context to species distributions previously reported from the Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ)...
winter sea-ice POM particulate organic matter POM polycyclic organic matter PON particulate organic nitrogen POOZ Permanently Open Ocean Zone POP...
such as grazing at the ice edge and depletion of SiO 2 and critical-depth/mixed-depth relationship in the Permanently Open Ocean Zone and Polar Front Zone."...
surface in the Permanently Open Ocean Zone southofthePF(Riaux-Gobinetal.,1997)canbe interpreted as an indication of pulsed sedimen-tation.
Modelling the silica pump in the Permanently Open Ocean Zone of the Southern Ocean (Citations: 40) P. Pondaven, C. Fravalo...
and the less-productive Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ). We sampled all of these during Cruise; Southern Ocean across Drake Passage, resulting in a
P. Pondaven, C. Fravalo, D. Ruiz-Pino, P. Tréguer, B. Quéguiner, C. Jeandel, Modelling the silica pump in the Permanently Open Ocean Zone of the Southern Ocean...
(PFZ), the permanently open ocean zone (POOZ), and the seasonal ice zone (SIZ). In addition, unaltered remnant winter water is observed at the depth of the...
Peninsula region of the Southern Ocean Kuan Huang,1 Hugh Ducklow,2 Maria Vernet,3 Nicolas Cassar,4 and Michael L. Bender1; permanently open ocean zone...
(Antarctic Polar Front in the Atlantic) is located in the Atlantic sector, and POOZ (Permanently Open Ocean Zone) is located in the Indian Ocean.
Modelling the silica pump in the permanently open ocean zone of the Southern - Pondaven, Fravalo, et al. - 1998 (Show Context) 1: Barium-Barite as a tracer of...
Marine pelagic ecosystems; The marine ecosystem of the West Antarctic Peninsula; the Permanently Open Ocean Zone; Sea Ice Zone (SIZ)...
Marine pelagic ecosystems: the West; Permanently Open Ocean Zone; Sea Ice Zone; Marine pelagic ecosystems: the WAP H. W. Ducklow et al. 73
et al., 1993), and the Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ), which remains ice-free all year round. The APF and SAF are separated by the Antarctic Polar Zone (APZ)...
Supplementary Materials for; was retrieved from the Permanently Open Ocean Zone; Materials and methods are available as supplementary materials on Science...
Southern Oceans Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ) and the Sea Ice Zone (SIZ) and secondly, by determining the diet of Southern Ocean larvaceans.
Permanently Open Ocean Zone: 19. POP: IATA code for Puerto Plata Airport, San Felipe de Puerto Plata, Dominican Republic: 20. POP-AIR: Pro Air Service: 21. POP-D...
of the southern ocean, the permanently open ocean zone (PooZ) represents a vast high nutrient, low chlorophyll (HnLC) area, whose bottom sediments are characterized by
The Seasonal Ice Zone (Tréguer and Jacques, 1992) overlaps the Antarctic Zone, and extends to ca. 62°S, while the Permanently Open-Ocean Zone...
Iron fertilization and the structure of planktonic communities in high nutrient regions of the Southern Ocean; (Permanently Open Ocean Zone) and the PFZ...
In the Southern Ocean; this depletion is typical of the Polar Front zone (PFZ), the permanently open ocean zone (POOZ), and the seasonal ice zone (SIZ).
and Pacific core locations lie within the seasonal sea ice zone, whereas the Indian Sector core is within the modern permanently open ocean zone.
Leanne Armand, Macquarie University; Five new samples placed in context to species distributions previously reported from the Permanently Open Ocean Zone...
Modelling the silica pump in the Permanently Open Ocean Zone of the Southern Ocean (1996)
This study focuses on the Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ), which occupies about 1/3 of the Antarctic Ocean (Tréguer and Jacques, 1992).
Official Full-Text Publication: Modelling the silica pump in the Permanently Open Ocean Zone of the Southern Ocean on ResearchGate, the professional network for...
Modelling the silica pump in the Permanently Open Ocean Zone of the Southern Ocean. Authors: Pondaven, P.; Fravalo, C.; Ruiz-Pino, D.; Treguer, P.; Queguiner, B...
KERFIX, a fixed time-series station in the Southern Ocean near the Kerguelen Islands; Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ), south of the
(Indian sector of the Southern Ocean) through Permanently Open Ocean Zone (POOZ), Polar Frontal Zone (PFZ) and Sub-Antarctic Zone (SAZ).
However, in the permanently open ocean zone the community had low biomass and was chiefly composed of nano- and picoflagellates. In the polar front zone...