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2018
Jones T., Parrish J.K, Peterson W.T, Bjorkstedt E.P, Bond N.A, Ballance LT, Bowes V., Hipfner J.M, Burgess H.K, Dolliver J.E et al..  2018.  Massive mortality of a planktivorous seabird in response to a marine heatwave. Geophysical Research Letters. 45:3193-3202.
2017
Chao Y., Farrara J.D, Bjorkstedt E., Chai F., Chavez F., Rudnick D.L, Enright W., Fisher JL, Peterson W.T, Welch G.F et al..  2017.  The origins of the anomalous warming in the California coastal ocean and San Francisco Bay during 2014-2016. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 122:7537-7557.
2016
Zaba K.D, Rudnick D.L.  2016.  The 2014-2015 warming anomaly in the Southern California Current System observed by underwater gliders. Geophysical Research Letters. 43:1241-1248.
Cavole L.M, Demko A.M, Diner R.E, Giddings A., Koester I., Pagniello C, Paulsen M.L, Ramirez-Valdez A., Schwenck S.M, Yen N.K et al..  2016.  Biological impacts of the 2013-2015 warm-water anomaly in the Northeast Pacific. Oceanography. 29:273-285.
2014
Smith KL, Sherman AD, Huffard C.L, McGill P.R, Henthorn R., Von Thun S., Ruhl H.A, Kahru M, Ohman MD.  2014.  Large salp bloom export from the upper ocean and benthic community response in the abyssal northeast Pacific: Day to week resolution. Limnology and Oceanography. 59:745-757.
2013
Smith KL, Ruhl H.A, Kahru M, Huffard C.L, Sherman AD.  2013.  Deep ocean communities impacted by changing climate over 24 y in the abyssal northeast Pacific Ocean. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 110:19838-19841.
Levin L.A, Ziebis W., Mendoza G.F, Bertics V.J, Washington T., Gonzalez J., Thurber AR, Ebbed B., Lee R.W.  2013.  Ecological release and niche partitioning under stress: Lessons from dorvilleid polychaetes in sulfidic sediments at methane seeps. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography. 92:214-233.
Thurber AR, Levin L.A, Rowden A.A, Sommer S., Linke P., Kroger K..  2013.  Microbes, macrofauna, and methane: A novel seep community fueled by aerobic methanotrophy. Limnology and Oceanography. 58:1640-1656.