Kenneth Brink

Kenneth Brink is a Senior Scientist in the Department of Physical Oceanography at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. He is a world leader in coastal and shelf dynamics and the coupling between shelf and deep ocean circulation. He is past president of The Oceanography Society.

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Cover: The Sea, Volume 14A: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesThe Sea, Volume 14A: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesRobinson, Allan R.
Brink, Kenneth H.
HARDCOVER09/30/2006$176.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 14B: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesThe Sea, Volume 14B: The Global Coastal Ocean: Interdisciplinary Regional Studies and SynthesesRobinson, Allan R.
Brink, Kenneth H.
HARDCOVER09/30/2006$176.00
Cover: The Sea, Volume 13: The Global Coastal Ocean: Multiscale Interdisciplinary ProcessesThe Sea, Volume 13: The Global Coastal Ocean: Multiscale Interdisciplinary ProcessesRobinson, Allan R.
Brink, Kenneth H.
HARDCOVER09/15/2005$260.50
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