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Application of modified Patankar schemes to stiff biogeochemical models for the water column

Bibliographic reference Burchard, Hans ; Deleersnijder, Eric ; Meister, Andreas. Application of modified Patankar schemes to stiff biogeochemical models for the water column. In: Ocean Dynamics : theoretical, computational oceanography and monitoring, Vol. 55, no.3-4, p. 326-337 (2005)
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