CTD and nephelometric sounding data are considered along with parameters of the near-bottom currents and particulate fluxes measured by a subsurface mooring station in the northern part of the Bear Island Trough. It is shown that the near-bottom current is characterized by highly variable parameters, while distribution of suspended particulate matter demonstrates surface and bottom maxima. Horizontal and vertical fluxes of sedimentary material in the nepheloid layer are studied.
Supplement to: Lukashin, Vyacheslav N; Shcherbinin, Anatoly D (2007): Hydrological properties, suspended matter, and particulate fluxes in the water column of the Bear Island Trough. Oceanology, 47(1), 68-79