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  • Matheson, Mark A.; Coakley, James A.; Tahnk, William R. (American Geophysical Union, 2006)
    Empirical estimates of the aerosol indirect radiative forcing often rely on threshold cloud retrievals applied to multispectral satellite imagery data. In such retrievals, pixels having radiances that surpass prescribed ...
  • Guedes, R. M. C.; Bryan, K. R.; Coco, G.; Holman, R. A. (American Geophysical Union, 2011)
    Swash hydrodynamics were investigated on an intermediate beach using runup data obtained from video images. Under mild, near-constant, offshore wave conditions, the presence of a sandbar and the tidally controlled water ...
  • Abbott, Mark R.; Powell, Thomas M.; Richerson, Peter J. (American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, 1980)
    Horizontal transects of fluorescence measurements have been used extensively to investigate phytoplankton patchiness. Variance spectra have been calculated from these data, thus quantifying spatial heterogeneity as a fun ...
  • Frimpong, Emmanuel A.; Ansah, Yaw B.; Amisah, Stephen; Adjei-Boateng, Daniel; Agbo, Nelson W.; Egna, Hillary (MDPI - Multidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute, 2014-02-04)
    The trajectory of aquaculture growth in sub-Saharan Africa has necessitated closer attention to the use of environmental best management practices (BMPs). Two BMPs in particular, water reuse and floating feeds, are being ...
  • Swanson, Frederick J.; Jones, Julia A.; Crisafulli, Charles M.; Lara, Antonio (Servicio Nacional de Geología y Minería (National Survey of Geology and Mining), 2013-04-16)
    The 2008-2009 eruption of Chaitén Volcano (Chile) involved a variety of volcanic and associated hydrologic processes that damaged nearby forests. These processes included coarse (gravel) and fine (silt to sand) tephra f ...
  • Ozkan-Hollar, Tuba; Li, Ye (American Geophysical Union, 2003-05-03)
    We examine the effects of wave-current interaction on the dynamics of instabilities of the surf zone longshore current. We utilize coupled models for the simulation of the incident waves and the wave-induced nearshore ...
  • Warrick, J. A.; Hatten, J. A.; Pasternack, G. B.; Gray, A. B.; Goni, M. A.; Wheatcroft, R. A. (Geological Society of America, 2012-07)
    The occurrence of two wildfires separated by 31 yr in the chaparral-dominated Arroyo Seco watershed (293 km²) of California provides a unique opportunity to evaluate the effects of wildfire on suspended-sediment yield. H ...
  • Perez, Renellys C.; Chelton, Dudley B.; Miller, Robert N. (American Meteorological Society, 2005-05)
    The latitudinal structure of annual equatorial Rossby waves in the tropical Pacific Ocean based on sea surface height (SSH) and thermocline depth observations is equatorially asymmetric, which differs from the structure ...
  • Lancaster, Stephen T.; Hayes, Shannon K.; Grant, Gordon E. (American Geophysical Union, 2003)
    Debris flows have typically been viewed as two-phase mixtures of sediment and water, but in forested mountain landscapes, wood can represent a sizable fraction of total flow volume. The effects of this third phase on flo ...
  • Inoue, Ryuichiro; Smyth, William D. (American Meteorological Society, 2009-05)
    See article for abstract.
  • Moum, James N. (American Geophysical Union, 1996-05-15)
    Estimates of heat flux from direct measurements of vertical velocity-temperature fluctuation correlations have been obtained from vertical profiles through turbulent patches in the main thermocline. These have been com ...
  • Smyth, W. D.; Moum, J. N.; Caldwell, D. R. (American Meteorological Society, 2001-08)
    The time evolution of mixing in turbulent overturns is investigated using a combination of direct numerical simulations (DNS) and microstructure profiles obtained during two field experiments. The focus is on the flux co ...
  • Egbert, Gary D.; Erofeeva, Svetlana Y. (American Meteorological Society, 2002-02)
    A computationally efficient relocatable system for generalized inverse (GI) modeling of barotropic ocean tides is described. The GI penalty functional is minimized using a representer method, which requires repeated solu ...
  • Gonz alez-Pinz on, Ricardo; Haggerty, Roy (American Geophysical Union, 2013-09-04)
    We provide an efficient method to estimate processing rates through simple algebraic relationships derived from the transient storage model equations. The method is based on the transport equations, but eliminates the ne ...
  • de Silva, S. L.; Self, S.; Francis, P. W.; Drake, R. E.; Carlos, Ramirez R. (American Geophysical Union, 1994)
    The largest known Quaternary silicic lava body in the world is Cerro Chao in north Chile, a 14-km-long coulée with a volume of at least 26 km³. It is the largest of a group of several closely similar dacitic lavas erupte ...
  • Crook, N.; Binley, A.; Knight, R.; Robinson, D. A.; Zarnetske, J.; Haggerty, R. (American Geophysical Union, 2008)
    The modeling of fluvial systems is constrained by a lack of spatial information about the continuity and structure of streambed sediments. There are few methods for noninvasive characterization of streambeds. Invasive ...
  • Twohy, Cynthia; Gandrud, Bruce W. (American Geophysical Union, 1998)
    Ice crystal larger than about 5 μm diameter were separated from interstitial particles in aircraft contrails and evaporated. Residual particles larger than 0.1 μm were analyzed by electron microscopy. Soot, metals, and v ...
  • Staudigel, Hubert; Helly, John; Koppers, Anthony A. P.; Shaw, Henry F.; McDonough, William F.; Hofmann, Albrecht W.; Langmuir, Charles H.; Lehnert, Kerstin; Baerbel, Sarbas; Derry, Louis A.; Zindler, Alan (American Geophysical Union, 2003-03-29)
    Many disciplines of geochemistry have no data reporting standards, and their use of metadata is inadequately developed. This presents problems to the quality of the published science, and it limits the utility of compute ...
  • Storrie-Lombardi, M. C.; Fisk, Martin R. (American Geophysical Union, 2004-10-15)
    The alteration of subseafloor volcanic glass from three locations is qualitatively attributed to biological (biotic) or chemical (abiotic) reactions on the basis of microscopic morphology of the boundary between the un ...
  • Torres, Marta E.; Bayer, Reinhold; Winckler, Gisela; Suckow, Axel; Froelich, Philip N. (College Station, Tex. : Ocean Drilling Program, Texas A & M University, 1995)
    Sedimentary pore fluids from the Chile Triple Junction were sampled in situ, and analyzed for their noble gas composition. ³He/⁴He and ⁴He/Ne ratios were used to evaluate the fraction of helium in the samples that origi ...

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