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Dinasquet J., Tiirola M., Azam F.  2018.  Enrichment of bacterioplankton able to utilize one-carbon and methylated compounds in the coastal Pacific Ocean. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Yang Y., Xie SP, Wu L.X, Kosaka Y, Li J.P.  2017.  Causes of Enhanced SST Variability over the Equatorial Atlantic and Its Relationship to the Atlantic Zonal Mode in CMIP5. Journal of Climate. 30:6171-6182.
DeFlorio M.J, Goodwin I.D, Cayan DR, Miller AJ, Ghan SJ, Pierce DW, Russell LM, Singh B..  2016.  Interannual modulation of subtropical Atlantic boreal summer dust variability by ENSO. Climate Dynamics. 46:585-599.
Evan AT, Flamant C., Gaetani M., Guichard F..  2016.  The past, present and future of African dust. Nature. 531:493-+.
Evan AT, Fiedler S., Zhao C, Menut L., Schepanski K., Flamant C., Doherty O..  2015.  Derivation of an observation-based map of North African dust emission. Aeolian Research. 16:153-162.
Pena-Izquierdo J., van Sebille E., Pelegri J.L, Sprintall J, Mason E., Llanillo P.J, Machin F..  2015.  Water mass pathways to the North Atlantic oxygen minimum zone. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans. 120:3350-3372.
Evan AT, Flamant C., Fiedler S., Doherty O..  2014.  An analysis of aeolian dust in climate models. Geophysical Research Letters. 41:5996-6001.
Murphy MJ, Georgakakos KP, Shamir E.  2014.  Climatological analysis of December rainfall in the Panama Canal Watershed. International Journal of Climatology. 34:403-415.
Richter I., Xie SP, Behera S.K, Doi T., Masumoto Y..  2014.  Equatorial Atlantic variability and its relation to mean state biases in CMIP5. Climate Dynamics. 42:171-188.
Perez R.C, Hormann V., Lumpkin R, Brandt P., Johns W.E, Hernandez F., Schmid C., Bourles B..  2014.  Mean meridional currents in the central and eastern equatorial Atlantic. Climate Dynamics. 43:2943-2962.
Doherty O.M, Riemer N., Hameed S..  2014.  Role of the convergence zone over West Africa in controlling Saharan mineral dust load and transport in the boreal summer. Tellus Series B-Chemical and Physical Meteorology. 66