Variability of factors driving spatial and temporal dispersion in river plume and Chattonella antiqua bloom in the Yatsushiro Sea, Japan
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Highlights•The Chattonella antiqua blooms initially formed in the northern area of the Yatsushiro Sea.•The blooms were triggered in the riverine water advection in the southern area.•The southward advection was determined by the wind stress and pressure gradient.

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