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Wang H, Legg S., Hallberg R..  2018.  The effect of Arctic freshwater pathways on North Atlantic convection and the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation. Journal of Climate. 31:5165-5188.
Cessi P.  2018.  The effect of Northern Hemisphere winds on the meridional overturning circulation and stratification. Journal of Physical Oceanography. 48:2495-2506.
Shi J.R, Xie SP, Talley LD.  2018.  Evolving relative importance of the Southern Ocean and North Atlantic in anthropogenic ocean heat uptake. Journal of Climate. 31:7459-7479.
Boyle P.R, Romans B.W, Tucholke B.E, Norris RD, Swift S.A, Sexton PF.  2017.  Cenozoic North Atlantic deep circulation history recorded in contourite drifts, offshore Newfoundland, Canada. Marine Geology. 385:185-203.
Miller AJ, Collins M., Gualdi S., Jensen T.G, Misra V., Pezzi L.P, Pierce DW, Putrasahan D., Seo H, Tseng Y.H.  2017.  Coupled ocean-atmosphere modeling and predictions. Journal of Marine Research. 75:361-402.
Cuypers Y., Pous S., Sprintall J, Atmadipoera A., Madec G., Molcard R..  2017.  Deep circulation driven by strong vertical mixing in the Timor Basin. Ocean Dynamics. 67:191-209.
Rosenthal Y., Kalansky J., Morley A., Linsley B..  2017.  A paleo-perspective on ocean heat content: Lessons from the Holocene and Common Era. Quaternary Science Reviews. 155:1-12.
Jones C.S, Cessi P.  2017.  Size Matters: Another Reason Why the Atlantic Is Saltier than the Pacific. Journal of Physical Oceanography. 47:2843-2859.
Jones C.S, Cessi P.  2016.  Interbasin transport of the meridional overturning circulation. Journal of Physical Oceanography. 46:1157-1169.
Cheng J., Liu Z.Y, Zhang S.Q, Liu W, Dong L.N, Liu P., Li H.L.  2016.  Reduced interdecadal variability of Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation under global warming. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 113:3175-3178.
Zhu J, Liu Z.Y, Zhang J.X, Liu W.  2015.  AMOC response to global warming: dependence on the background climate and response timescale. Climate Dynamics. 44:3449-3468.
Wolfe CL, Cessi P.  2015.  Multiple regimes and low-frequency variability in the quasi-adiabatic overturning circulation. Journal of Physical Oceanography. 45:1690-1708.
Liu W, Liu Z.Y.  2014.  Assessing the stability of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation of the past, present, and future. Journal of Meteorological Research. 28:803-819.
Liu W, Liu Z.Y.  2014.  A note on the stability indicator of the Atlantic meridional overturning circulation. Journal of Climate. 27:969-975.
Yao F.C, Hoteit I., Pratt L.J, Bower A.S, Kohl A., Gopalakrishnan G, Rivas D..  2014.  Seasonal overturning circulation in the Red Sea: 2. Winter circulation. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 119:2263-2289.
van Sebille E., Spence P., Mazloff MR, England M.H, Rintoul S.R, Saenko O.A.  2013.  Abyssal connections of Antarctic bottom water in a Southern Ocean state estimate. Geophysical Research Letters. 40:2177-2182.
Talley LD.  2013.  Closure of the Global Overturning Circulation Through the Indian, Pacific, and Southern Oceans: Schematics and Transports. Oceanography. 26:80-97.
Berger WH.  2013.  Milankovitch tuning of deep-sea records: Implications for maximum rates of change of sea level. Global and Planetary Change. 101:131-143.