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2019
Cai W.J, Wu L.X, Lengaigne M., Li T., McGregor S., Kug J.S, Yu J.Y, Stuecker M.F, Santoso A., Li X.C et al..  2019.  Pantropical climate interactions. Science. 363:944-+.
2018
Elliott S., Burrows S., Cameron-Smith P., Hoffman F., Hunke E., Jeffery N., Liu Y.N, Maltrud M., Menzo Z., Ogunro O. et al..  2018.  Does marine surface tension have global biogeography? Addition for the OCEANFILMS package Atmosphere. 9
Xie SP, Peng Q.H, Kamae Y., Zheng XT, Tokinaga H., Wang D.X.  2018.  Eastern Pacific ITCZ Dipole and ENSO Diversity. Journal of Climate. 31:4449-4462.
Valencia B., Decima M, Landry MR.  2018.  Environmental Effects on Mesozooplankton Size Structure and Export Flux at Station ALOHA, North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 32:289-305.
Gottschalk J., Hodell D.A, Skinner L.C, Crowhurst S.J, Jaccard S.L, Charles C..  2018.  Past carbonate preservation events in the deep southeast Atlantic Ocean (Cape Basin) and their implications for atlantic overturning dynamics and marine carbon cycling. 33:643-663.
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.
2017
Ganachaud A., Cravatte S., Sprintall J, Germineaud C., Alberty M., Jeandel C., Eldin G., Metzl N, Bonnet S., Benavides M. et al..  2017.  The Solomon Sea: its circulation, chemistry, geochemistry and biology explored during two oceanographic cruises. 5
2016
Goes J.I, Gomes H.D, Selph K.E, Landry MR.  2016.  Biological response of Costa Rica Dome phytoplankton to Light, Silicic acid and Trace metals. Journal of Plankton Research. 38:290-304.
Freibott A., Taylor A.G, Selph K.E, Liu H.B, Zhang W.C, Landry MR.  2016.  Biomass and composition of protistan grazers and heterotrophic bacteria in the Costa Rica Dome during summer 2010. Journal of Plankton Research. 38:230-243.
Bornemann A., D'Haenens S., Norris RD, Speijer R.P.  2016.  The demise of the early Eocene greenhouse - Decoupled deep and surface water cooling in the eastern North Atlantic. Global and Planetary Change. 145:130-140.
Song F.F, Zhang GJ.  2016.  Effects of Southeastern Pacific sea surface temperature on the double-ITCZ bias in NCAR CESM1. Journal of Climate. 29:7417-7433.
Zheng XT, Xie SP, Lv L.H, Zhou ZQ.  2016.  Intermodel uncertainty in ENSO amplitude change tied to Pacific Ocean warming pattern. Journal of Climate. 29:7265-7279.
Liu J.W, Xie SP, Yang S., Zhang S.P.  2016.  Low-cloud transitions across the Kuroshio Front in the East China Sea. Journal of Climate. 29:4429-4443.
Gasparin F., Roemmich D..  2016.  The strong freshwater anomaly during the onset of the 2015/2016 El Nino. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:6452-6460.
2015
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.
Wang T.Y, Du Y., Zhuang W., Wang J.B.  2015.  Connection of sea level variability between the tropical western Pacific and the southern Indian Ocean during recent two decades. Science China-Earth Sciences. 58:1387-1396.
Fujii Y., Cummings J., Xue Y., Schiller A., Lee T., Balmaseda M.A, Remy E., Masuda S., Brassington G., Alves O. et al..  2015.  Evaluation of the Tropical Pacific Observing System from the ocean data assimilation perspective. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society. 141:2481-2496.
Yang Y., Xie SP, Wu L.X, Kosaka Y, Lau NC, Vecchi GA.  2015.  Seasonality and predictability of the Indian Ocean Dipole Mode: ENSO forcing and internal variability. Journal of Climate. 28:8021-8036.
Kalansky J., Rosenthal Y., Herbert T., Bova S., Altabet M..  2015.  Southern Ocean contributions to the Eastern Equatorial Pacific heat content during the Holocene. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 424:158-167.
Luo Y.Y, Lu J., Liu F.K, Liu W.  2015.  Understanding the El Nino-like oceanic response in the tropical Pacific to global warming. Climate Dynamics. 45:1945-1964.
Liu W, Lu J., Xie SP.  2015.  Understanding the Indian Ocean response to double CO2 forcing in a coupled model. Ocean Dynamics. 65:1037-1046.
2014
Rodenbeck C, Bakker D.CE, Metzl N, Olsen A, Sabine C., Cassar N., Reum F., Keeling RF, Heimann M..  2014.  Interannual sea-air CO2 flux variability from an observation-driven ocean mixed-layer scheme. Biogeosciences. 11:4599-4613.
Subramanian A., Jochum M., Miller AJ, Neale R., Seo H, Waliser D., Murtugudde R..  2014.  The MJO and global warming: a study in CCSM4. Climate Dynamics. 42:2019-2031.
Song X.L, Zhang GJ.  2014.  Role of climate feedback in El Nino-Like SST response to global warming. Journal of Climate. 27:7301-7318.
Taniguchi D.AA, Landry MR, Franks PJS, Selph K.E.  2014.  Size-specific growth and grazing rates for picophytoplankton in coastal and oceanic regions of the eastern Pacific. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 509:87-101.
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