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  • Stephen, Ralph A.; Kemp, John N.; McPeak, Sean P.; Bolmer, S. Thompson; Carey, Scott; Aaron, Ernie; Campbell, Richard L.; Moskovitz, Brianne; Calderwood, John; Cohen, Ben; Worcester, Peter F.; Dzieciuch, Matthew A. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2011-09)
    The Ocean Bottom Seismometer Augmentation to the Philippine Sea Experiment (OBSAPS, April-May, 2011, R/V Revelle) addresses the coherence and depth dependence of deep-water ambient noise and signals. During the 2004 NPAL ...
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2008)
    Hutchins, D. Ocean Acidification or CO2 Fertilization?
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2008)
    Ho, DT and CL Sabine. Southern Ocean Gas Exchange Experiment.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2009)
    Church, M, R Bidigare, J Dore, D Karl, M Landry, R Letelier, and R Lukas. The Ocean is HOT: 20 years of Hawaii Ocean Time-Series Research in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2009)
    Smith, WO, S Tozzi, A Shields, J Dreyer, J Peloquin, and V Asper. Interannual, Seasonal, and Event-Scale Variability in the Ross Sea.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2010)
    Najjar, R, DE Butman, WJ Cai, MAM Friedrichs, KD Kroeger, A Mannino, PA Raymond, J Salisbury, DC, Vandemark and P Vlahos. Carbon Budget for the Continental Shelf of the Eastern United States: A Preliminary Synthesis.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2010)
    Mathis, JT and NR Bates. The Marine Carbon Cycle of the Arctic Ocean: Some Thoughts About The Controls on Air-Sea CO2 Exchanges and Responses to Ocean Acidification.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2010)
    Coble, PG, LL Robbins, KL Daly, and WJ Cai. A Preliminary Carbon Budget for the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2011)
    Honjo, S and TI Eglinton. Global Biogeochemical Flux Observatory: Tasks, Strategy and Emerging Technologies.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2011)
    McKinley, G, N Urban, V Bennington, D Pilcher, and C McDonald. Preliminary Carbon Budgets for the Laurentian Great Lakes.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2011)
    Deutsch, C. Improving Model Predictions of Ocean Biogeochemistry.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2012)
    Alin, S, S Siedlecki, B Hales, J Mathis, W Evans, M Stukel, G Gaxiola-Castro, J Martin Hernandez-Ayon, L Juranek, M Goñi, G Turi, J Needoba, E Mayorga, Z Lachkar, N Gruber, J Hartmann, N Moosdorf, R Feely, and F Chavez. ...
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2012)
    Goericke, R and T Koslow. CalCOFI – A 63-Year-Old Ocean Observing System.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2012)
    Perry, MJ, E D’Asaro, and C Lee. An Autonomous Study of the Subpolar North Atlantic Spring Bloom — NAB08.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2013)
    Boyd, PW and DA Hutchins. The next challenge: How do multiple environmental drivers influence ocean biota?
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2013)
    Alkire, MB, MJ Perry, E D’Asaro, and CM Lee. Using sensor-based, geochemical measurements from autonomous platforms to estimate biological production and export of carbon during the 2008 North Atlantic Spring Bloom.
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2007-07)
    The summer 2007 OCB Science Workshop seeks to recognize new research opportunities at the interface between traditional disciplines. Participants are encouraged to "think outside the box" of their own immediate research ...
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2008-07)
    The focus of this year’s workshop was on the following interdisciplinary themes: Climate sensitivity of ecosystem structure and associated impacts on biogeochemical cycles Implications of climate variability and climate ...
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2009-07)
    This year's workshop included the following interdisciplinary sessions: The Next U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Plan: Although the research priorities identified in the 1999 U.S. Carbon Cycle Science Plan still remain ...
  • Unknown author (OCB Project Office, 2010-07)
    This year’s OCB summer workshop highlighted three interdisciplinary science themes: Arctic, low oxygen regions, and benthic-pelagic coupling. Within these themes, we were especially keen to address nitrogen cycling, ...

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