The Amazone Shelf Sediment Study (AmasSeds) is an international field program designed to investigate the transport of freshwater as well as suspended sediment from the Amazon River into the Atlantic Ocean.
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- Physical Oceanography Index
- C. A. Nittrouer, D. J. DeMaster, A. G. Figueiredo, and J. M. Rome. AmasSeds: An interdisciplinary investigation of a complex coastal enviroment. Oceanography, 4:3–7, 1991.