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  • Fristrup, Kurt M.; Daher, Mary Ann; Howald, Terrance J.; Watkins, William A. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1992-01)
    Digital archiving of bioacoustic data provides both curatorial and scientific benefits. To realize these benefits, key system requirements must be satisfied. This report discusses these requirements, and describes the ...
  • Tang, Jianwu; Bolstad, Paul V.; Martin, Jonathan G. (2008-07)
    We measured soil respiration and soil carbon stocks, as well as micrometeorological variables in a chronosequence of deciduous forests in Wisconsin and Michigan. The chronosequence consisted of (1) four recently disturbed ...
  • Liang, N.; Hirano, Takashi; Zheng, Z.-M.; Tang, Jianwu; Fujinuma, Y. (Copernicus Publications on behalf of the European Geosciences Union, 2010-11-05)
    We had continuously measured soil CO2 efflux (Rs) in a larch forest in northern Japan at hourly intervals for the snow-free period in 2003 with an automated chamber system and partitioned Rs into heterotrophic respiration ...
  • Scheffler, Raphael; Neill, Christopher; Krusche, Alex V.; Elsenbeer, Helmut (2011-08)
    Clearing for large-scale soy production and the displacement of cattle-breeding by soybeans are major features of land-use change in the lowland Amazon that can alter hydrologic properties of soils and the runoff generation ...
  • Bahn, Michael; Reichstein, M.; Davidson, Eric A.; Grunzweig, J.; Jung, M.; Carbone, M. S.; Epron, D.; Misson, L.; Nouvellon, Y.; Roupsard, O.; Savage, K.; Trumbore, Susan E.; Gimeno, C.; Curiel Yuste, J.; Tang, Jianwu; Vargas, Rodrigo; Janssens, I. A. (Copernicus Publications on behalf of the European Geosciences Union, 2010-07-09)
    Soil respiration (SR) constitutes the largest flux of CO2 from terrestrial ecosystems to the atmosphere. However, there still exist considerable uncertainties as to its actual magnitude, as well as its spatial and interannual ...
  • Berbeco, Minda R.; Melillo, Jerry M.; Orians, Colin M. (Springer, 2012-02-23)
    Soil warming from global climate change could increase decomposition of fine woody debris (FWD), but debris size and quality may mitigate this effect. The goal of this study was to investigate the effect of soil warming ...
  • Butler, Sarah M.; Melillo, Jerry M.; Johnson, J. E.; Mohan, Jacqueline E.; Steudler, Paul A.; Lux, H.; Burrows, E.; Smith, R. M.; Vario, C. L.; Scott, Lindsay; Hill, T. D.; Aponte, N.; Bowl, F. (Springer, 2011-10-05)
    Global climate change is expected to affect terrestrial ecosystems in a variety of ways. Some of the more well-studied effects include the biogeochemical feedbacks to the climate system that can either increase or decrease ...
  • Harvey, Mike J.; Law, Cliff S.; Smith, Murray J.; Hall, Julie A.; Abraham, Edward R.; Stevens, Craig L.; Hadfield, Mark G.; Ho, David T.; Ward, Brian; Archer, Stephen D.; Cainey, Jill M.; Currie, Kim I.; Devries, Dawn; Ellwood, Michael J.; Hill, Peter; Jones, Graham B.; Katz, Dave; Kuparinen, Jorma; Macaskill, Burns; Main, William; Marriner, Andrew; McGregor, John; McNeil, Craig L.; Minnett, Peter J.; Nodder, Scott D.; Peloquin, Jill; Pickmere, Stuart; Pinkerton, Matthew H.; Safi, Karl A.; Thompson, Rona; Walkington, Matthew; Wright, Simon W.; Ziolkowski, Lori A. (2010-03-11)
    The SOLAS air-sea gas exchange experiment (SAGE) was a multiple-objective study investigating gas-transfer processes and the influence of iron fertilisation on biologically driven gas exchange in high-nitrate low-silicic ...
  • Aharonov, Einat (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1996-02)
    This thesis studies how rocks evolve due to the coupled effects of flow and chemical reaction. The study was motivated by various experimental observations, both in igneous and sedimentary rocks. In the first part of ...
  • Butler, Barbara; Andrews, Martha; Boyett, Jan (IAMSLIC, 2001)
  • Stephen, Ralph A. (Acoustical Society of America, 1990-04)
    An explicit second-order finite-difference scheme has been used to solve the elastic-wave equation in the time domain. Solutions are presented for the perfect wedge, the lossless penetrable wedge, and the plane parallel ...
  • Fratantoni, David M.; Bower, Amy S.; Johns, William E.; Peters, Hartmut (American Geophysical Union, 2006-09-30)
    New satellite-based observations reveal that westward translating anticyclonic rings are generated as a portion of the Somali Current accelerates northward through the Socotra Passage near the mouth of the Gulf of Aden. ...
  • Garstens, M. A. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1941-04)
    In recent years great interest has developed in the study of the role of the semipermanent centers of action as they affect weather conditions averaged over several days. An examination of the daily synoptic and upper ...
  • Pascual-Dunlap, Maria M. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1995-06)
    In marine ecology, the variability of the physical environment is often considered a main determinant of biological pattern. A common approach to identifying key environmental forcings is to match scales of variability: ...
  • Malkus, Joanne Starr (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1953-05)
    Cross sections through two trade cumulus clouds are presented, showing the temperatures, turbulence, and water vapor content of the clouds and their nearby environment, the cloud slope, and the external wind profile. ...
  • Avery, Michael P. (IAMSLIC, 1999)
  • Lohman, Rowena B.; Simons, Mark (American Geophysical Union, 2005-01-25)
    Repeat-pass Interferometric Synthetic Aperture Radar (InSAR) provides spatially dense maps of surface deformation with potentially tens of millions of data points. Here we estimate the actual covariance structure of noise ...
  • Foote, Kenneth G.; Hastings, Mardi C.; Ketten, Darlene R.; Lin, Ying-Tsong; Reidenberg, Joy S.; Rye, Kent (Acoustical Society of America, 2012-02)
    Potential physical effects of sonar transmissions on marine mammals were investigated by measuring pressure fields induced in a 119-kg, 211-cm-long, young adult male common dolphin (Delphinus delphis) cadaver. The specimen ...
  • Mooney, T. Aran; Nachtigall, Paul E.; Vlachos, Stephanie (2009-03-10)
    There is increasing concern that human-produced ocean noise is adversely affecting marine mammals, as several recent cetacean mass strandings may have been caused by animals’ interactions with naval “mid-frequency” sonar. ...
  • Fish, Marie Poland (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1948-08-24)
    The present report is concerned with one of the oceanic biology subjects designated by the Navy for investigation. In compliance with the assignment the objective has been (1) to assemble, analyze and where possible ...

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