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Steingrimur Jonsson
Steingrimur Jonsson
University of Akureyri and Marine and freshwater research institute
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Climate variability and the Icelandic marine ecosystem
OS Astthorsson, A Gislason, S Jonsson
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 54 (23-26), 2456-2477, 2007
1912007
Marine systems
H Loeng, K Brander, E Carmack, S Denisenko, K Drinkwater, B Hansen, ...
Arctic climate impact assessment 453538, 2005
1712005
Measured volume, heat, and salt fluxes from the Atlantic to the Arctic Mediterranean
S Řsterhus, WR Turrell, S Jónsson, B Hansen
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (7), 2005
1462005
Interannual changes in the overflow from the Nordic Seas into the Atlantic Ocean through Denmark Strait
A Macrander, U Send, H Valdimarsson, S Jónsson, RH Käse
Geophysical Research Letters 32 (6), 2005
1442005
A new path for the Denmark Strait overflow water from the Iceland Sea to Denmark Strait
S Jonsson, H Valdimarsson
Geophysical Research Letters 31 (3), 2004
1332004
Significant role of the North Icelandic Jet in the formation of Denmark Strait overflow water
K Vĺge, RS Pickart, MA Spall, H Valdimarsson, S Jónsson, DJ Torres, ...
Nature Geoscience 4 (10), 723-727, 2011
1302011
Variability of the Denmark Strait overflow: Moored time series from 1996–2011
K Jochumsen, D Quadfasel, H Valdimarsson, S Jónsson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 117 (C12), 2012
1292012
Arctic Mediterranean exchanges: a consistent volume budget and trends in transports from two decades of observations
S Řsterhus, R Woodgate, H Valdimarsson, B Turrell, L De Steur, ...
Ocean Science 15 (2), 379-399, 2019
1132019
Increased ocean heat transport into the Nordic Seas and Arctic Ocean over the period 1993–2016
T Tsubouchi, K Vĺge, B Hansen, KMH Larsen, S Řsterhus, C Johnson, ...
Nature Climate Change 11 (1), 21-26, 2021
1072021
The inflow of Atlantic water, heat, and salt to the nordic seas across the Greenland–Scotland ridge
B Hansen, S Řsterhus, WR Turrell, S Jónsson, H Valdimarsson, H Hátún, ...
Arctic–subarctic ocean fluxes: Defining the role of the northern seas in …, 2008
1022008
Timing of deep convection in the Greenland and Iceland Seas
SA Malmberg, S Jónsson
ICES Journal of Marine Science 54 (3), 300-309, 1997
961997
Revised transport estimates of the D enmark S trait overflow
K Jochumsen, M Moritz, N Nunes, D Quadfasel, KMH Larsen, B Hansen, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 122 (4), 3434-3450, 2017
882017
Upstream sources of the Denmark Strait Overflow: Observations from a high-resolution mooring array
BE Harden, RS Pickart, H Valdimarsson, K Vĺge, L de Steur, C Richards, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 112, 94-112, 2016
822016
Spatial and temporal structure of the Denmark Strait Overflow revealed by acoustic observations
A Macrander, RH Käse, U Send, H Valdimarsson, S Jónsson
Ocean Dynamics 57, 75-89, 2007
812007
Water mass transport variability to the North Icelandic shelf, 1994–2010
S Jónsson, H Valdimarsson
ICES Journal of Marine Science 69 (5), 809-815, 2012
782012
The overflow flux west of Iceland: Variability, origins and forcing
B Dickson, S Dye, S Jónsson, A Köhl, A Macrander, M Marnela, J Meincke, ...
Arctic–Subarctic ocean fluxes: Defining the role of the Northern Seas in …, 2008
732008
Variability of convective conditions in the Greenland Sea
J Meincke, S Jónsson, JH Swift
ICES MSS Vol. 195-Hydrobiological variability in the ICES Area, 1980-1989, 1992
721992
The flow of Atlantic water to the North Icelandic Shelf and its relation to the drift of cod larvae
S Jónsson, H Valdimarsson
ICES Journal of Marine Science 62 (7), 1350-1359, 2005
712005
Seasonal and interannual variability of wind stress curl over the Nordic Seas
S Jónsson
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 96 (C2), 2649-2659, 1991
701991
Water mass transformation in the Iceland Sea
K Vĺge, GWK Moore, S Jónsson, H Valdimarsson
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 101, 98-109, 2015
652015
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