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  • SeisCORK meeting report 

    Stephen, Ralph A.; Pettigrew, Tom; Becker, Keir; Spiess, Fred N. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2006-02)
    The purpose of this meeting was to explore design options to simultaneously acquire borehole seismic data and hydro-geological data (pressure, temperature, fluid sampling and microbiological sampling) on a single CORK ...
  • Physical control of the distributions of a key Arctic copepod in the northeast Chukchi Sea 

    Elliott, Stephen M. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2015-06)
    The copepod Calanus glacialis is one of the most important zooplankton taxa in the Arctic shelf seas where it serves as a key grazer, predator, and food source. Its summer distribution and abundance have direct effects ...
  • Seismic reflection, magnetic, and gravity profiles of the eastern Atlantic continental margin and adjacent deep-sea floor. II. Congo Canyon (Republic of Zaire) to Lisbon (Portugal) 

    Uchupi, Elazar; Emery, Kenneth O. (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1974-04)
    One of the programs of the International Decade of Ocean Exploration (I.D.O.E.) is a geological and geophysical study of the eastern Atlantic continental margin and adjacent deep-sea floor. This report is a compilation of ...
  • Determinants of injuries in passenger vessel accidents 

    Yip, Tsz Leung; Jin, Di; Talley, Wayne K. (2015-06)
    This paper investigates determinants of crew and passenger injuries in passenger vessel accidents. Crew and passenger injury equations are estimated for ferry, ocean cruise, and river cruise vessel accidents, utilizing ...
  • Rapid, high-resolution C-14 chronology of ooids 

    Beaupre, Steven R.; Roberts, Mark L.; Burton, Joshua R.; Summons, Roger E. (2015-03)
    Ooids are small, spherical to ellipsoidal grains composed of concentric layers of CaCO3 that could potentially serve as biogeochemical records of the environments in which they grew. Such records, however, must be placed ...
  • Profiling molecular and behavioral circadian rhythms in the non-symbiotic sea anemone Nematostella vectensis 

    Oren, Matan; Tarrant, Ann M.; Alon, Shahar; Simon-Blecher, Noa; Elbaz, Idan; Appelbaum, Lior; Levy, Oren (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-06-17)
    Endogenous circadian clocks are poorly understood within early-diverging animal lineages. We have characterized circadian behavioral patterns and identified potential components of the circadian clock in the starlet sea ...
  • Acidification reduced growth rate but not swimming speed of larval sea urchins 

    Chan, Kit Yu Karen; Garcia, Eliseba; Dupont, Sam (Nature Publishing Group, 2015-05-15)
    Swimming behaviors of planktonic larvae impact dispersal and population dynamics of many benthic marine invertebrates. This key ecological function is modulated by larval development dynamics, biomechanics of the resulting ...
  • Life-cycle modification in open oceans accounts for genome variability in a cosmopolitan phytoplankton 

    von Dassow, Peter; John, Uwe; Ogata, Hiroyuki; Probert, Ian; Bendif, El Mahdi; Kege, Jessica U.; Audic, Stephane; Wincker, Patrick; Da Silva, Corinne; Claverie, Jean-Michel; Doney, Scott C.; Glover, David M.; Flores, Daniella Mella; Herrera, Yeritza; Lescot, Magali; Garet-Delmas, Marie-Jose; de Vargas, Colomban (Nature Publishing Group, 2014-12-02)
    Emiliania huxleyi is the most abundant calcifying plankton in modern oceans with substantial intraspecific genome variability and a biphasic life cycle involving sexual alternation between calcified 2N and flagellated 1N ...
  • The electrical structure of the central Pacific upper mantle constrained by the NoMelt experiment 

    Sarafian, Emily; Evans, Rob. L.; Collins, John A.; Elsenbeck, James R.; Gaetani, Glenn A.; Gaherty, James B.; Hirth, Greg; Lizarralde, Daniel (John Wiley & Sons, 2015-04-18)
    The NoMelt experiment imaged the mantle beneath 70 Ma Pacific seafloor with the aim of understanding the transition from the lithosphere to the underlying convecting asthenosphere. Seafloor magnetotelluric data from four ...
  • An inland sea high nitrate-low chlorophyll (HNLC) region with naturally high pCO2 

    Murray, James W.; Roberts, Emily; Howard, Evan M.; O'Donnell, Michael; Bantam, Cory; Carrington, Emily; Foy, Mike; Paul, Barbara; Fay, Amanda (John Wiley & Sons, 2015-02-19)
    We present a time series of data for temperature, salinity, nitrate, and carbonate chemistry from September 2011 to July 2013 at the University of Washington's Friday Harbor Laboratories. Samples were collected at the ...
  • Meteorological buoy observations from the central Iceland Sea 

    Harden, Benjamin E.; Renfrew, Ian A.; Petersen, Guðrún N. (John Wiley & Sons, 2015-04-24)
    We present the first continuous in situ atmospheric observations from the central Iceland Sea collected from a meteorological buoy deployed for a 2 year period between 23 November 2007 and 21 August 2009. We use these ...
  • A modern coastal ocean observing system using data from advanced satellite and in situ sensors – an example 

    Yoder, James A.; Davis, Curtiss O.; Dierssen, Heidi M.; Muller-Karger, Frank E.; Mahadevan, Amala; Pearlman, Jay; Sosik, Heidi M. (NSF/Ocean Research Coordination Network, 2015-06-01)
    This report is intended to illustrate and provide recommendations for how ocean observing systems of the next decade could focus on coastal environments using combined satellite and in situ measurements. Until recently, ...
  • Strong wind events across Greenland’s coast and their influence on the ice sheet, sea ice and ocean 

    Oltmanns, Marilena (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2015-06)
    In winter, Greenland’s coastline adjacent to the subpolar North Atlantic and Nordic Seas is characterized by a large land-sea temperature contrast. Therefore, winds across the coast advect air across a horizontal temperature ...
  • A magmatic trigger for the Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum? 

    Dubin, Andrea R. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2015-06)
    Fifty-six million years ago Earth experienced rapid global warming (~6°C) that was caused by the release of large amounts of carbon into the ocean-atmosphere system. This Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum (PETM) is often ...
  • 2014 labeled IFCB images 

    Sosik, Heidi M.; Peacock, Emily E.; Brownlee, Emily F. (2014)
  • 2013 labeled IFCB images 

    Sosik, Heidi M.; Peacock, Emily E.; Brownlee, Emily F. (2013)
  • 2010 labeled IFCB images 

    Sosik, Heidi M.; Peacock, Emily E.; Brownlee, Emily F. (2010)
  • 2011 labeled IFCB images 

    Sosik, Heidi M.; Peacock, Emily E.; Brownlee, Emily F. (2011)
  • 2009 labeled IFCB images 

    Sosik, Heidi M.; Peacock, Emily E.; Brownlee, Emily F. (2009)
  • 2008 labeled IFCB images 

    Sosik, Heidi M.; Peacock, Emily E.; Brownlee, Emily F. (2008)

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