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Is the wind stress forcing essential for the meridional overturning circulation?

Bibliographic reference Timmermann, A. ; Goosse, Hugues. Is the wind stress forcing essential for the meridional overturning circulation?. In: Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 31, no.4, p. L04303 (2004)
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