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  • Poppe, Lawrence J.; DiGiacomo-Cohen, M. L.; Smith, Shepard M.; Stewart, H. F.; Forfinski, N. A. (2005-07-26)
    Multibeam bathymetric data and seismic-reflection profiles collected in eastern Long Island and western Block Island Sounds reveal previously unrecognized glacial features and modern bedforms. Glacial features include ...
  • Klein, Emily M.; White, Scott M.; Nunnery, James Andrew; Mason-Stack, Jessica L.; Wanless, V. Dorsey; Perfit, Michael R.; Waters, Christopher L.; Sims, Kenneth W. W.; Fornari, Daniel J.; Zaino, Anne J.; Ridley, W. Ian (John Wiley & Sons, 2013-12-20)
    A fundamental goal in the study of mid-ocean ridges is to understand the relationship between the distribution of melt at depth and seafloor features. Building on geophysical information on subsurface melt at the 9°N ...
  • Bowers, Colleen Marie (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2006-09)
    Recent studies have shown that the presence of sand ripples on the seabed improves sonar detection of buried mines at sub-critical angles. Sidescan sonar data of ripples on the west Florida shelf were collected as part ...
  • Konter, Jasper G.; Staudigel, Hubert; Hart, Stanley R.; Shearer, P. M. (American Geophysical Union, 2004-06-26)
    We deployed five ocean bottom hydrophones (OBHs) for a 1-year seismic monitoring study of Vailulu'u Seamount, the youngest and easternmost volcano in the Samoan Archipelago. Four instruments were placed on the summit crater ...
  • Loose, Brice; Schlosser, Peter (American Geophysical Union, 2011-11-15)
    The advance and retreat of sea ice produces seasonal convection and stratification, dampens surface waves and creates a separation between the ocean and atmosphere. These are all phenomena that can affect the air-sea gas ...
  • Loose, Brice; Miller, Lisa A.; Elliott, Scott; Papakyriakou, Tim (Oceanography Society, 2011-09)
    The porous nature of sea ice not only provides a habitat for ice algae but also opens a pathway for exchanges of organic matter, nutrients, and gases with the seawater below and the atmosphere above. These constituents ...
  • Hakkinen, Sirpa M. A.; Proshutinsky, Andrey; Ashik, Igor M. (American Geophysical Union, 2008-10-03)
    Sea ice drift data (from Russian North Pole stations, various ice camps, and the International Arctic Buoy Program) and surface wind stress data from the NCAR/NCEP Reanalysis are analyzed to determine their long-term trends ...
  • Proshutinsky, Andrey; Ashik, Igor M.; Hakkinen, Sirpa M. A.; Hunke, Elizabeth C.; Krishfield, Richard A.; Maltrud, Mathew E.; Maslowski, Wieslaw; Zhang, Jinlun (American Geophysical Union, 2007-04-26)
    Monthly sea levels from five Arctic Ocean Model Intercomparison Project (AOMIP) models are analyzed and validated against observations in the Arctic Ocean. The AOMIP models are able to simulate variability of sea level ...
  • Padman, Laurie; Costa, Daniel P.; Bolmer, S. Thompson; Goebel, Michael E.; Huckstadt, Luis A.; Jenkins, Adrian; McDonald, Birgitte I.; Shoosmith, Deborah R. (American Geophysical Union, 2010-11-03)
    We demonstrate the first use of marine mammal dive-depth data to improve maps of bathymetry in poorly sampled regions of the continental shelf. A group of 57 instrumented elephant seals made on the order of 2 × 105 dives ...
  • Staudigel, Hubert; Koppers, Anthony A. P.; Lavelle, J. William; Pitcher, Tony J.; Shank, Timothy M. (Oceanography Society, 2010-03)
    Seamounts are fascinating natural ocean laboratories that inform us about fundamental planetary and ocean processes, ocean ecology and fisheries, and hazards and metal resources. The more than 100,000 large seamounts are ...
  • Shank, Timothy M. (Oceanography Society, 2010-03)
    Seamount systems that are geographically, hydrographically, topographically, and/or genetically “isolated” are likely to have developed highly endemic taxa and ecosystems. Although current estimates of endemism are challenged ...
  • Aubry, Marie-Pierre (2008-05-27)
    Smaller size is generally seen as a negative response of organisms to stressful environmental conditions, associated with low diversity and species dominance. The mean size of the coccolithophorids decreased through the ...
  • Collins, John A. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1988-10-06)
    The results of numerous seismic refraction and reflection experiments have shown that the seismic structure of the oceanic crust can be usefully parameterized by a small number of locally horizontal layers within which ...
  • Fuseler, Elizabeth; Markham, James; Mofjeld, Pam; Richards, Louise (IAMSLIC, 1994)
  • Burian, Erik A. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1996-07-18)
    The continuing development of the autonomous underwater vehicle as an oceanographic research tool has opened up the realm of scientific possibility in the field of deep ocean research. The ability of a vehicle to travel ...
  • Holmes, Robert M.; McClelland, James W.; Peterson, Bruce J.; Tank, Suzanne E.; Bulygina, Ekaterina; Eglinton, Timothy I.; Gordeev, Viacheslav V.; Gurtovaya, Tatiana Y.; Raymond, Peter A.; Repeta, Daniel J.; Staples, Robin; Striegl, Robert G.; Zhulidov, Alexander V.; Zimov, Sergey A. (2011-03)
    River inputs of nutrients and organic matter impact the biogeochemistry of arctic estuaries and the Arctic Ocean as a whole, yet there is considerable uncertainty about the magnitude of fluvial fluxes at the pan-arctic ...
  • Townsend-Small, Amy; McClelland, James W.; Holmes, Robert M.; Peterson, Bruce J. (Springer, 2010-05-08)
    As the planet warms, widespread changes in Arctic hydrology and biogeochemistry have been documented and these changes are expected to accelerate in the future. Improved understanding of the behavior of water-borne ...

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