Wolfgang Roether mainly investigates Oceanography, Mediterranean sea, Water mass, Thermohaline circulation and Salinity. His Oceanography study frequently links to related topics such as Climatology. His work on Mesoscale meteorology as part of general Climatology research is often related to Manca and Scale, thus linking different fields of science.
His Water mass research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Stratification and Temperature salinity diagrams. His research integrates issues of Upwelling and Deep ocean water in his study of Circumpolar deep water. His Bottom water research integrates issues from Seawater, Current and Hydrographic survey.
Oceanography, Water mass, Thermohaline circulation, TRACER and Climatology are his primary areas of study. His work in the fields of Bottom water, Hydrography, Salinity and Upwelling overlaps with other areas such as Mediterranean sea. The study incorporates disciplines such as Current and Sea ice in addition to Bottom water.
His Water mass research includes elements of Circumpolar deep water, Ocean general circulation model, Water column and World Ocean Circulation Experiment, Ocean current. The concepts of his Thermohaline circulation study are interwoven with issues in Dissolved organic carbon, Forcing, Surface water and Biogeochemistry. He focuses mostly in the field of TRACER, narrowing it down to topics relating to Tritium and, in certain cases, Isotopes of helium.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Mediterranean sea, Transient, Neon and Tritium. His Oceanography research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of TRACER and Climatology. As part of the same scientific family, Wolfgang Roether usually focuses on Tritium, concentrating on Atmospheric sciences and intersecting with Ocean current and Regional model.
His Seabed study combines topics in areas such as Vertical mixing, Dispersion, Salinity and Outflow. The various areas that Wolfgang Roether examines in his Mass spectrometry study include Seawater and Sample. The Helium-3 study combines topics in areas such as Water mass, Hydrography, Transect and Meteor.
Wolfgang Roether mainly focuses on Oceanography, Mediterranean sea, Ancient history, Transient and Flushing. His Oceanography research is mostly focused on the topic Physical oceanography. His study in Environmental resource management extends to Physical oceanography with its themes.
His Environmental resource management study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Wind stress. Among his Flushing studies, there is a synthesis of other scientific areas such as Seabed, Dispersion, TRACER, Tritium and Decay product.
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Recent Changes in Eastern Mediterranean Deep Waters
Wolfgang Roether;Beniamino B. Manca;Birgit Klein;Davide Bregant.
Recent changes in deep water formation and spreading in the eastern Mediterranean Sea: a review
Alex Lascaratos;Wolfgang Roether;Kostas Nittis;Birgit Klein.
Progress in Oceanography (1999)
The large deep water transient in the Eastern Mediterranean
Birgit Klein;Wolfgang Roether;Beniamino B. Manca;Davide Bregant.
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers (1999)
General Circulation of the Eastern Mediterranean
A.R. Robinson;P. Malanotte-Rizzoli;A. Hecht;A. Michelato.
Earth-Science Reviews (1992)
Isotope composition of air moisture over the Mediterranean Sea: an index of the air–sea interaction pattern
J. R. Gat;B. Klein;Y. Kushnir;W. Roether.
Tellus B (2003)
Transient Eastern Mediterranean deep waters in response to the massive dense-water output of the Aegean Sea in the 1990s
Wolfgang Roether;Birgit Klein;Beniamino Bruno Manca;Alexander Theocharis.
Progress in Oceanography (2007)
Chlorofluoromethane and oxygen in the Eastern Mediterranean
Reiner Schlitzer;Wolfgang Roether;Harald Oster;Hans-Georg Junghans.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1991)
Eastern Mediterranean deep water renewal on the basis of chlorofluoromethane and tritium data
Wolfgang Roether;Reiner Schlitzer.
Dynamics of Atmospheres and Oceans (1991)
Evolution and status of the Eastern Mediterranean Transient (1997–1999)
A. Theocharis;B. Klein;K. Nittis;W. Roether.
Journal of Marine Systems (2002)
Physical forcing and physical/biochemical variability of the Mediterranean Sea: a review of unresolved issues and directions for future research
P. Malanotte-Rizzoli;V. Artale;G. L. Borzelli-Eusebi;S. Brenner.
Ocean Science (2014)
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