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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
2018
Briseno-Avena C., Franks PJS, Roberts P.LD, Jaffe J.S.  2018.  A diverse group of echogenic particles observed with a broadband, high frequency echosounder. Ices Journal of Marine Science. 75:471-482.
Hanley K.T, Wuertz S., Schriewer A., Passow U., Smith W., Olin P., Shapiro K..  2018.  Effects of salinity and transparent exopolymer particles on formation of aquatic aggregates and their association with norovirus. Science of the Total Environment. 643:1514-1521.
Stukel M.R, Song H., Goericke R, Miller AJ.  2018.  The role of subduction and gravitational sinking in particle export, carbon sequestration, and the remineralization length scale in the California Current Ecosystem. Limnology and Oceanography. 63:363-383.
2016
Bishop J.KB, Fong M.B, Wood T.J.  2016.  Robotic observations of high wintertime carbon export in California coastal waters. Biogeosciences. 13:3109-3129.
2015
Jackson G.A, Checkley DM, Dagg M..  2015.  Settling of particles in the upper 100 m of the ocean detected with autonomous profiling floats off California. Deep-Sea Research Part I-Oceanographic Research Papers. 99:75-86.
Stukel M.R, Kahru M, Benitez-Nelson C.R, Decima M, Goericke R, Landry MR, Ohman MD.  2015.  Using Lagrangian-based process studies to test satellite algorithms of vertical carbon flux in the eastern North Pacific Ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 120:7208-7222.
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