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Time-series stations in the Mediterranean Sea are still scarce and not equally distributed within its sub-basins, a significant obstacle in characterizing physical, chemical, and biological trends with good temporal and geographic coverage in a sea undergoing multiple changes due to climate change. We discuss two time-series stations located offshore Lebanon in the southeast Mediterranean Sea, an understudied area (Figure 1 ). Since 1999, stations B1 and B2, 5 km off the coast, have beendoi:10.5670/oceanog.2021.supplement.02-05 fatcat:2bpeg4vs3fffpimx7qtceflbrq