Monthly mean temperature (degree-C) of the mixed layer derived from the different GETM hydrodynamic model implementations for EU regional seas. The mixed layer is defined as the region of the water column where vertical mixing is possible and it is computed as the depth where potential seawater density (kg/m3) differs by 0.1 from the surface value.
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- Western Sahara, Spain, Estonia, Ethiopia, Denmark, Algeria, Egypt, Eritrea, Finland, France, Kosovo, Austria, Bulgaria, Moldova, Monaco, Luxembourg, Lithuania, Morocco, Latvia, Lebanon, Jordan, Liechtenstein, Libya, Tunisia, Turkey, Slovakia, Slovenia, Serbia, South Sudan, Chad, Togo, Sweden, Syria, Andorra, Burkina Faso, Greece, Guinea-Bissau, Guernsey, Georgia, United Kingdom, Faroes, The Gambia, Guinea, Gibraltar, Ghana, Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia, Mali, Malta, Montenegro, Mauritania, Niger, Nigeria, Netherlands, Norway, Poland, Albania, Benin, Vatican City, Ukraine, Central African Republic, Belarus, Côte d’Ivoire, Switzerland, Cape Verde, Cameroon, Czech Republic, Cyprus, Djibouti, Germany, Italy, Jersey, Iceland, Israel, Ireland, Iraq, Hungary, Isle of Man, Greenland, Croatia, Åland Islands, Belgium, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Sierra Leone, Senegal, Sudan, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Romania, Palestine, Portugal, Somalia, San Marino
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