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Faculty and HMSC Affilliated Research Publications (Hatfield Marine Science Center)

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Faculty and HMSC Affilliated Research Publications (Hatfield Marine Science Center)

 

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  • Schrader, Paul S.; Reimers, Clare E.; Girguis, Peter; Delaney, Jennifer; Doolan, Cody; Wolf, Michael; Green, Dale (American Meteorological Society, 2016-03)
    Most oceanographic instruments on the seafloor have no connections with the surface and therefore have to run on batteries and store data until recovery. To demonstrate a developing technology, sensors and acoustic modem ...
  • Hurst, Thomas P.; Laurel, Benjamin J.; Mathis, Jeremy T.; Tobosa, Lauren R. (Oxford University Press, 2016-03)
    The Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska support a number of commercially important flatfish fisheries. These high latitude ecosystems are predicted to be most immediately impacted by ongoing ocean acidification, but the range ...
  • Leising, Andrew W.; Schroeder, Isaac D.; Bograd, Steven J.; Abell, Jeffrey; Durazo, Reginaldo; Gaxiola-Castro, Gilberto; Bjorkstedt, Eric P.; Field, John; Sakuma, Keith; Robertson, Roxanne R.; Goericke, Ralf; Peterson, William T.; Brodeur, Ric; Barceló, Caren; Auth, Toby D.; Daly, Elizabeth A.; Suryan, Robert M.; Gladics, Amanda J.; Porquez, Jessica M.; McClatchie, Sam; Weber, Edward D.; Watson, William; Santora, Jarrod A.; Sydeman, William J.; Melin, Sharon R.; Chavez, Francisco P.; Golightly, Richard T.; Schneider, Stephanie R.; Fisher, Jennifer; Morgan, Cheryl; Bradley, Russell; Warybok, Peter (Scripps Institution of Oceanography, 2015)
    In 2014, the California Current (~28˚–48˚N) saw average, or below average, coastal upwelling and relatively low productivity in most locations, except from 38˚–43˚N during June and July. Chlorophyll-a levels were low ...
  • Demchenko, Natalia L.; Chapman, John W.; Durkina, Valentina B.; Fadeev, Valeriy I. (Public Library of Science, 2016-01-22)
    Ampelisca eschrichtii are among the most important prey of the Western North Pacific gray whales, Eschrichtius robustus. The largest and densest known populations of this amphipod occur in the gray whale’s Offshore feedi ...
  • Burdwell, Gerald B.; Creech, Clayton (United States Department of Commerce, 1972-03)