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On March 11, 2013, it was announced that Coombs had been cast in a lead role as Sebastian in the CW period drama series Reign.[5] He was nominated for Outstanding Actor in a Drama TV Series at the 2014 Monte-Carlo Television Festival for his role in Reign.[6] In early 2016, Coombs chose to depart from Reign as a series regular at the end of the third season, with the possibility to return as a guest star in future episodes.[7]




The Tudors Season 3 Kickass



The highly praised and fan-favorite series is about to air the Season 3 finale. Butcher and Hughie formed an unexpected alliance with Soldier Boy to take down Homelander. In turn, Homelander has called up Black Noir to face the new menace. The upcoming season finale will likely feature a showdown between the two teams. Crazy things are expected to go down.


Nine years ago, the History Channel launched a historical drama series featuring the Norsemen of early medieval Scandinavia. It soon became a highly successful show that would run for six seasons and 89 episodes. Many compared the series to its contemporary, Game of Thrones, but Vikings stood out in its own right.


Vikings ran for six seasons and its popularity led to a sequel, Vikings: Valhalla. The Netflix original series comes from the same creators of Vikings but takes off 100 years from the events of Vikings.


While you may not be able to relate this show to Vikings, Marco Polo has its distinctive style of storytelling that builds up gradually but manages to capture your attention eventually. Although the show got canceled after two seasons, it received great reviews among fans and viewers and also an honorary award from the President of Mongolia.


Significant correlations between chlorophyll a and aCDOM (λ) have been observed in eutrophic waters [34]. Generally, however, aCDOM (λ) does not covary linearly with instantaneous estimates of pigment concentrations or phytoplankton productivity in coastal regions [35]. [33] hypothesized that such a covariation might exist if biological activity were averaged over a seasonal time period. [14] found that if CDOM concentrations in the surface layer were reduced, then the euphotic zone would extend to the bottom and conditions would be favourable for the substantial growth of the phytoplankton population. The trophic features of the water column directly influence the structure of the plankton communities [36] and, for the Adriatic, this result is evident in the East-West and South-North gradient of the primary production [37].


In the framework of the ADRICOSM-STAR (ADRIatic sea integrated river basin and COstal areaS management system: Montenegro coaSTal ARea and Bojana river catchment) and the MEDPOL (MEDiterranean POLlutants) projects two oceanographic surveys were carried out in May 2008 and April 2009 respectively. The physical, biochemical and biological sampling was done in each station of the two areas Gulf of Manfredonia and Gulf of Drini (Figure 1) from the surface to the bottom depth. The two areas were sampled in different years and were slightly offset seasonally, but simultaneous observations for the two regions do not yet exist.


The Gulf of Manfredonia is a shallow area located in the western part of the southern Adriatic Sea characterized by peculiar biochemical and hydrological characteristics due to the coastal morphology and rivers input. It is located in a transition zone between the northern and southern Adriatic circulation. The offshore circulation in the southern Adriatic sea is characterized by a cyclonic current [38,39] with seasonal variability [40,41]. Inside the gulf the circulation is mainly affected by winds, mainly N-NW and S-SE directions that generate cyclonic and anticyclonic gyres. The gulf is located in a sheltered area characterized by eutrophic water [42,43] compared to the southward area with a lower concentration of nutrients [44]. The biochemical and hydrological characteristics of the gulf are affected by the coastal morphology, land inputs and Adriatic general circulation. The main


The distribution of bottom temperature and salinity in the Gulf of Drini (Figures 4(d)-(f)) is more homogeneous in comparison with the surface ones. The station depths range from between 20 m and 200 m (Figure 1). At the stations close to the coast the highest values of temperature (16.2C - 17.7C) and the lowest values of salinity (37.9 - 38.4) were detected. The seasonal thermocline separates the surface layer, less salty and warmer, from the bottom layer. The off-shore and deepest stations detected the salinity values (38.8) characteristic of the LIW described by [65] and which flows northward in this area [3,7].


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