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2019
Straneo F, Sutherland D.A, Stearns L., Catania G., Heimbach P., Moons T., Capes M.R, Laidre K.L, Barber D., Rysgaard S. et al..  2019.  The case for a sustained Greenland Ice Sheet-Ocean Observing System (GrIOOS). Frontiers in Marine Science. 6
Kwan G.T, Wexler J.B, Wegner NC, Tresguerres M.  2019.  Ontogenetic changes in cutaneous and branchial ionocytes and morphology in yellowfin tuna (Thunnus albacares) larvae. 189:81-95.
Lozier M.S, Li F., Bacon S., Bahr F., Bower A.S, Cunningham S.A, de Jong M.F, de Steur L., Deyoung B., Fischer J. et al..  2019.  A sea change in our view of overturning in the subpolar North Atlantic. Science. 363:516-+.
Hopkins J.E, Holliday N.P, Rayner D., Houpert L., Le Bras I., Straneo F, Wilson C., Bacon S..  2019.  Transport variability of the Irminger Sea deep western boundary current from a mooring array. 124:3246-3278.
2018
Gonski S.F, Cai W.J, Ullman W.J, Joesoef A., Main C.R, Pettay D.T, Martz T.R.  2018.  Assessment of the suitability of Durafet-based sensors for pH measurement in dynamic estuarine environments. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 200:152-168.
Taylor A.G, Landry MR.  2018.  Phytoplankton biomass and size structure across trophic gradients in the southern California Current and adjacent ocean ecosystems. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 592:1-17.
Le Fouest V., Matsuoka A., Manizza M, Shernetsky M., Tremblay B., Babin M..  2018.  Towards an assessment of riverine dissolved organic carbon in surface waters of the western Arctic Ocean based on remote sensing and biogeochemical modeling. Biogeosciences. 15:1335-1346.
2017
Welti N., Striebel M., Ulseth A.J, Cross W.F, DeVilbiss S., Glibert P.M, Guo L., Hirst A.G, Hood J., Kominoski J.S et al..  2017.  Bridging Food Webs, Ecosystem Metabolism, and Biogeochemistry Using Ecological Stoichiometry Theory. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8
Mendoza W.G, Weiss E.L, Schieber B., Mitchell B.G.  2017.  Controls on the distribution of fluorescent dissolved organic matter during an under-ice algal bloom in the western Arctic Ocean. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 31:1118-1140.
Gerard C., Miura O., Lorda J., Cribb T.H, Nolan M.J, Hechinger R.F.  2017.  A native-range source for a persistent trematode parasite of the exotic New Zealand mudsnail (Potamopyrgus antipodarum) in France. Hydrobiologia. 785:115-126.
2016
Cloern J.E, Abreu P.C, Carstensen J., Chauvaud L., Elmgren R., Grall J., Greening H., Johansson J.OR, Kahru M, Sherwood E.T et al..  2016.  Human activities and climate variability drive fast-paced change across the world's estuarine-coastal ecosystems. Global Change Biology. 22:513-529.
Hernandez-Guerra A., Talley LD.  2016.  Meridional overturning transports at 30 degrees S in the Indian and Pacific Oceans in 2002-2003 and 2009. Progress in Oceanography. 146:89-120.
2015
Brown Z.W, Casciotti K.L, Pickart R.S, Swift J.H, Arrigo K.R.  2015.  Aspects of the marine nitrogen cycle of the Chukchi Sea shelf and Canada Basin. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography. 118:73-87.
Wain D.J, Lilly J.M, Callaghan AH, Yashayaev I., Ward B..  2015.  A breaking internal wave in the surface ocean boundary layer. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 120:4151-4161.
Basu A., Brown S.T, Christensen J.N, DePaolo D.J, Reimus P.W, Heikoop J.M, Wodegabriel G., Simmons A.M, House B.M, Hartmann M. et al..  2015.  Isotopic and geochemical tracers for U(VI) reduction and U mobility at an in situ recovery U mine. Environmental Science & Technology. 49:5939-5947.
Bracken M.ES, Hillebrand H., Borer E.T, Seabloom E.W, Cebrian J., Cleland E.E, Elser J.J, Gruner D.S, Harpole W.S, Ngai J.T et al..  2015.  Signatures of nutrient limitation and co-limitation: responses of autotroph internal nutrient concentrations to nitrogen and phosphorus additions. Oikos. 124:113-121.
2014
Cowie R.OM, Williams GJ, Maas E.W, Voyles K.M, Ryan K.G.  2014.  Antarctic sea-ice microbial communities show distinct patterns of zonation in response to algal-derived substrates. Aquatic Microbial Ecology. 73:123-134.