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Weakening and warming of the European Slope Current since the late 1990s attributed to basin-scale density changes
Abstract. Oceanic influences on shelf seas are mediated by flow along and across continental slopes, with consequences for regional hydrography and ecosystems. Here we present evidence for the variable North Atlantic influence on European shelf seas over the last four decades, using ocean analysis and reanalysis products, and an eddy-resolving ocean model hindcast. To first order, flows oriented along isobaths at the continental slope are related to the poleward increase of density in thedoi:10.5194/os-2021-60 fatcat:6b54bdfcvjgrfg52iwfmgtremm