10. Referenties

Hoofdstuk 1. Wat zijn stromen en waarom zijn ze belangrijk?

Persistent Leatherback Turtle Migrations Present Opportunities for Conservation
George L. Shillinger, Daniel M. Palacios, Helen Bailey, Steven J. Bograd, Alan M. Swithenbank, Philippe Gaspar, Bryan P. Wallace, James R. Spotila, Frank V. Paladino, Rotney Piedra, Scott A. Eckert, Barbara A. Block
PLOS Biology
Last access: 30.08.2008
Potential impacts of sea-level rise on populations and agriculture: 1. Introduction and setting
R. Gommes, J. du Guerny, F. Nachtergaele and R. Brinkman
Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations
Last access: 28.10.2009

Hoofdstuk 2. Windgedreven oppervlaktestromen

Ocean Surface Currents
Edward H. Ryan, Arthur J. Mariano, Barbie Bischof
CIMAS, University of Miami
Last access: 28.10.2009

Hoofdstuk 3. De mondiale transportband

RAPID Climate Change
RAPID Scientists
Natural Environment Research Council (NERC)
Last access: 28.10.2009
Global Climatic Impacts of a Collapse of the Atlantic Thermohaline Circulation
Vellinga, M. and Wood, R.
Springer Netherlands
Last access: 29.10.2009

Hoofdstuk 4. Stromen en leven in de oceaan

Oceancolor Web
Gene Feldman and the Ocean Color group
NASA Goddard Space Flight Centre
Last access: 29.10.2009
The Benguela Current Large Marine Ecosystem Programme
Last access: 29.10.2009
Marine Life Classroom at Sea
National Oceanography Centre, Southampton
Last access: 29.10.2009

Hoofdstuk 5. Locale stromen

Waves, Tides and Shallow Water Processes
Open University
Pergamon Press, 1989.

Hoofdstuk 6. Stromen metingen

Ocean Circulation
Open University
Pergamon Press, 1989.