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2015
Jean C.B, Kyser T.K, James N.P, Stokes MD.  2015.  The antarctic brachiopod Liothyrella uva as a proxy for ambient oceanographic conditions at McMurdo Sound. Journal of Sedimentary Research. 85:1492-1509.
Brown Z.W, Casciotti K.L, Pickart R.S, Swift J.H, Arrigo K.R.  2015.  Aspects of the marine nitrogen cycle of the Chukchi Sea shelf and Canada Basin. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography. 118:73-87.
Shamir E, Megdal S.B, Carrillo C., Castro C.L, Chang H.I, Chief K., Corkhill F.E, Eden S., Georgakakos KP, Nelson K.M et al..  2015.  Climate change and water resources management in the Upper Santa Cruz River, Arizona. Journal of Hydrology. 521:18-33.
Rowell T.J, Nemeth R.S, Scharer M.T, Appeldoorn R.S.  2015.  Fish sound production and acoustic telemetry reveal behaviors and spatial patterns associated with spawning aggregations of two Caribbean groupers. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 518:239-254.
Barreto F.S, Pereira R.J, Burton RS.  2015.  Hybrid dysfunction and physiological compensation in gene expression. Molecular Biology and Evolution. 32:613-622.
Long S.M, Xie SP.  2015.  Intermodel variations in projected precipitation change over the North Atlantic: Sea surface temperature effect. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:4158-4165.
Huang P, Xie SP.  2015.  Mechanisms of change in ENSO-induced tropical Pacific rainfall variability in a warming climate. Nature Geoscience. 8:922-U48.
Xu Y, Xie SP.  2015.  Ocean mediation of tropospheric response to reflecting and absorbing aerosols. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics. 15:5827-5833.
Venrick E.L.  2015.  Phytoplankton species in the California Current System off Southern California: The spatial dimensions. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports. 56:168-184.
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.
Williams A.P, Schwartz R.E, Iacobellis S., Seager R., Cook B.I, Still C.J, Husak G., Michaelsen J..  2015.  Urbanization causes increased cloud base height and decreased fog in coastal Southern California. Geophysical Research Letters. 42:1527-1536.
Paerl R.W, Bertrand E.M, Allen A.E, Palenik B, Azam F.  2015.  Vitamin B1 ecophysiology of marine picoeukaryotic algae: Strain-specific differences and a new role for bacteria in vitamin cycling. Limnology and Oceanography. 60:215-228.
2014
Matson P.G, Washburn L., Martz T.R, Hofmann G.E.  2014.  Abiotic versus biotic drivers of ocean pH variation under fast sea ice in McMurdo Sound, Antarctica. Plos One. 9
Kang Y.S, Ohman MD.  2014.  Comparison of long-term trends of zooplankton from two marine ecosystems across the North Pacific: Northeastern Asian marginal sea and Southern California current system. California Cooperative Oceanic Fisheries Investigations Reports. 55:169-182.
Zhou ZQ, Xie SP, Zheng XT, Liu QY, Wang H.  2014.  Global warming-induced changes in El Nino teleconnections over the North Pacific and North America. Journal of Climate. 27:9050-9064.
Freeman S.E, Rohwer F.L, D'Spain G.L, Friedlander A.M, Gregg A.K, Sandin SA, Buckingham MJ.  2014.  The origins of ambient biological sound from coral reef ecosystems in the Line Islands archipelago. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 135:1775-1788.
Cook G.S, Parnell P.E, Levin L.A.  2014.  Population connectivity shifts at high frequency within an open-coast marine protected area network. Plos One. 9
Sibert E.C, Hull P.M, Norris RD.  2014.  Resilience of Pacific pelagic fish across the Cretaceous/Palaeogene mass extinction. Nature Geoscience. 7:667-670.
Larkin K.E, Gooday A.J, Woulds C., Jeffreys R.M, Schwartz M., Cowie G., Whitcraft C., Levin L., Dick J.R, Pond D.W.  2014.  Uptake of algal carbon and the likely synthesis of an "essential" fatty acid by Uvigerina ex. gr. semiornata (Foraminifera) within the Pakistan margin oxygen minimum zone: evidence from fatty acid biomarker and C-13 tracer experiments. Biogeosciences. 11:3729-3738.