Publications


  • Laure Resplandy, Marina L´evy, Dennis J. McGillicuddy Jr. 2019
    Effects of eddy-driven subduction on ocean biological carbon pump
    Global Biochemical Cycles
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  • Lianbo Hu, Xiaodong Zhang, Yuanheng Xiong, and Ming-Xia He 2019
    Calibration of the LISST-VSF to derive the volume scattering functions in clear waters
    Optics Express Vol. 27, No. 16
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  • Ewelina T. Rubin, Shu Cheng, Amanda Montalbano, Susanne Menden-Deuer, Tatiana Rynearson 2019
    Transcriptomic Response to Feeding and Starvation in a Herbivorous Dinoflagellate
    Frontiers in Marine Science
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  • Lombard, F., Boss, E., Waite, A. M., Vogt, M., Uitz, J., Stemmann, L., Appeltans, W. 2019
    Globally Consistent Quantitative Observations of Planktonic Ecosystems
    Frontiers in Marine Science 6:196
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  • Gong, W. and A. Marchetti 2019
    Estimation of 18S gene copy number in marine eukaryotic plankton using a next-generation sequencing approach.
    Frontiers in Marine Science
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  • Boyd, P.W., H. Claustre, M. Levy, D.A. Siegel & T. Weber 2019
    Multi-faceted particle pumps drive carbon sequestration in the ocean
    Nature
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  • Hu, L., Zhang, X., & Perry, M. J. 2019
    Light scattering by pure seawater: Effect of pressure
    Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers
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  • Estapa, M. L., Feen, M. L., and Breves, E. 2019
    Direct observations of biological carbon export from profiling floats in the subtropical North Atlantic.
    Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 33
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  • Archibald K., D.A. Siegel, and S.C. Doney 2019
    Modeling the impact of zooplankton diel vertical migration on the carbon export flux of the biological pump
    Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 30
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  • Zuchuan Li, Nicolas Cassar 2018
    Theoretical considerations on factors confounding the interpretation of the oceanic carbon export ratio.
    American Geophysical Union
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  • Erickson, Z.K. and A. Thompson 2018
    The seasonality of physically‐driven export at submesoscales in the northeast Atlantic OceanThe seasonality of physically‐driven export at submesoscales in the northeast Atlantic Ocean
    Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 1144–1162
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  • Rousseaux, C.S., and W.W. Gregg. 2017
    Forecasting Ocean Chlorophyll in the Equatorial Pacific
    Frontiers in Marine Science 4: 236
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  • Cael B. B., and Kelsey Bisson. 2018
    Particle Flux Parameterizations: Quantitative and Mechanistic Similarities and Differences
    Frontiers in Marine Science 5:395
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  • Bisson, K. M., Siegel, D. A., DeVries, T., Cael, B. B., & Buesseler, K. O. 2018
    How data set characteristics influence ocean carbon export models
    Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 32
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  • Menden-Deuer, S., J. Rowlett 2018
    The Theory of Games and Microbe Ecology
    Theoretical Ecology
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  • Graff J.R., and Behrenfeld, M.J., 2018
    Photoacclimation Responses in Subarctic Atlantic Phytoplankton Following a Natural Mixing-Restratification Event.
    Front. Mar. Sci., 5:209. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00209.
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  • Cael, B. B., Bisson, K., and Follett, C. 2018
    Can rates of ocean primary production and biological carbon export be related through their probability distributions?
    Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 32
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  • Boss, E., N. Haentjens, T. K. Westberry, L. Karp-Boss, and W. Slade 2018.
    Validation of the particle size distribution obtained with the laser in-situ scattering and transmission (LISST) meter in flow-through mode.
    Optics Express, 26(9), 11125-11136.
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  • Siegel DA, Buesseler KO, Behrenfeld MJ, Benitez-Nelson CR, Boss E, Brzezinski MA, Burd A, Carlson CA, D'Asaro EA, Doney SC, Perry MJ,
    Stanley RHR and Steinberg DK 2016.
    Prediction of the Export and Fate of Global Ocean Net Primary Production: The EXPORTS Science Plan.
    Front. Mar. Sci. 3:22.
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