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Induction of nutrients into the mixed layer and maintenance of high latitude productivity
Nutrients are transferred from the nutricline into the winter mixed layer through a combination of vertical and lateral advection, referred to as induction, the reverse of the subduction process. This advective supply of nutrients maintains the high productivity at high latitudes over long timescales. Climatological diagnostics over the North Atlantic reveal that the induction of nutrients into the winter mixed layer is dominated by the lateral advection component even in the subpolar gyrefatcat:hqdss5zejrg6pijany4u53x2mu