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2020
Ruhl H.A, Bahr F.L, Henson S.A, Hosking W.B, Espinola B., Kahru M, Daniel P., Drake P., Edwards C.A.  2020.  Understanding the remote influences of ocean weather on the episodic pulses of particulate organic carbon flux. 173
2019
Kelly T.B, Davison P.C, Goericke R, Landry MR, Ohman MD, Stukel M.R.  2019.  The importance of mesozooplankton diel vertical migration for sustaining a mesopelagic food web. 6
Fender C.K, Kelly T.B, Guidi L., Ohman MD, Smith M.C, Stukel M.R.  2019.  Investigating particle size-flux relationships and the biological pump across a range of plankton ecosystem states from coastal to oligotrophic. 6
2018
Zhang C.L, Dang H.Y, Azam F, Benner R., Legendre L., Passow U., Polimene L., Robinson C., Suttle C.A, Jiao N.Z.  2018.  Evolving paradigms in biological carbon cycling in the ocean. 5:481-499.
2017
Stukel M.R, Aluwihare LI, Barbeau K.A, Chekalyuk A.M, Goericke R, Miller AJ, Ohman MD, Ruacho A., Song H., Stephens B.M et al..  2017.  Mesoscale ocean fronts enhance carbon export due to gravitational sinking and subduction. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 114:1252-1257.
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