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“…Using a different modelling approach, Savchuk (2002) came to a somewhat different conclusion; that the TP import to the Gulf from the Baltic Proper was actually smaller (1,600 tonnes per year) than the TP import from the catchment. However, more recent studies by the same author (Savchuk 2005;Savchuk and Wulff 2007) covering all major subbasins of the Baltic Sea found that the TP import from the Baltic Proper was instead much larger than the TP import from the catchment, which has later been supported by Håkanson and Bryhn (2008a), Håkanson et al (2010) and the present study.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 80%
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“…Using a different modelling approach, Savchuk (2002) came to a somewhat different conclusion; that the TP import to the Gulf from the Baltic Proper was actually smaller (1,600 tonnes per year) than the TP import from the catchment. However, more recent studies by the same author (Savchuk 2005;Savchuk and Wulff 2007) covering all major subbasins of the Baltic Sea found that the TP import from the Baltic Proper was instead much larger than the TP import from the catchment, which has later been supported by Håkanson and Bryhn (2008a), Håkanson et al (2010) and the present study.…”
Section: Discussionsupporting
confidence: 80%
“…It should be noted that due to uncertainties in empirical data and in models, one cannot expect perfect predictions. CoastMab has been calibrated for making good overall predictions in all Baltic Sea subbasins in order to capture general patterns in the various flux algorithms (Håkanson and Bryhn 2008a;Håkanson et al 2010). Simulating the phosphorus cycle in both the Baltic Proper and the Gulf of Riga was very important for predicting changes in the Gulf (figs 6 and 7).…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%
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“…(ii) Ecosystems have dynamic properties due to the fact that many ecosystem features vary over time and space and in many cases they display a non-linear response to external changes (Håkanson et al, 2010;Large et al, 2013).…”
Section: Principle Numbermentioning
confidence: 99%