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A Long-Term, Interdisciplinary Study of Deep Sea to Coast Connectivity in the Northeasten Gulf of Mexico
A Preliminary Assessment of Desoto Canyon Sediment Macrofauna: Comparison to Baseline
A Time-Series of Surface Oil Distribution Based on SAR and Regional Difference in Megafauna Abundance Related to Geomorphology and Depth Gradients in DeSoto Canyon
Adding Stable Carbon Isotopes Improves Model Representation Of The Role Of Microbial Communities In Peatland Methane Cycling
Advanced Molecular Techniques Provide New Rigorous Tools For Characterizing Organic Matter Quality In Complex Systems
After-The-Fact Estimations of the Calcareous Nannoplankton Composition and Quantity Present During the 2010 Macondo Oil Spill in the NE Gulf of Mexico: A Work in Progress
Allogenic And Autogenic Signals In The Stratigraphic Record Of The Deep-sea Bengal Fan
Allogenic And Autogenic Signals In The Stratigraphic Record Of The Deep-sea Bengal Fan (vol 8, 7973, 2018)
Aluminium In The North Atlantic Ocean And The Labrador Sea (geotraces Ga01 Section)
Analysis of Bragg Scattering of Oil Types Under Radar Microwaves
Analysis of Drilling Mud Olefins to Study the Origin of the Recent MC252 Oil Sheen
Analysis of Observations to Understand the Physics of the Connectivity Between the Deep Sea and the Coast Through the DeSoto Canyon
Anatomy and Osteohistology of the basal hadrosaurid dinosaur Eotrachodon from the uppermost Santonian (Cretaceous) of southern appalachia
Arbitrary Shaped Beam Scattering From A Chiral-coated Conducting Object With Arbitrary Monochromatic Illumination
Artificial Water Sediment Regulation Scheme Influences Morphology, Hydrodynamics And Nutrient Behavior In The Yellow River Estuary
Assessing the Radiative Effects of Global Ice Clouds Based on CloudSat and CALIPSO Measurements
Atmospheric forcing during active convection in the Labrador Sea and its impact on mixed-layer depth
Bathymetric features of the Deep-C Desoto Canyon study area
Bias characterization of CrIS shortwave temperature sounding channels using fast NLTE model and GFS forecast field
Bigeochemical Radiocarbon Analysis of the Gulf Oil Spill: Sediments, Plankton and Coastal Fauna: Tracers in the Gulf
Biogeochemical Radiocarbon Analysis of the Gulf Oil Spill: Sediments, Plankton and Coastal Fauna. Or Tracers in the Gulf
biological pump in the Costa Rica Dome
Biomass offsets little or none of permafrost carbon release from soils, streams, and wildfire
Carbon Abatement and Emissions Associated with the Gasification of Walnut Shells for Bioenergy and Biochar Production
Carbon-bearing Silicate Melt At Deep Mantle Conditions
Changes in bacterioplankton community structure after exposure to oil and dispersants in the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico
Changes in the Redox State of Sediments Following the 2010 BP Blowout
Characterization of the Florida Panhandle Shelf
Characterization of the Water-Soluble and Interfacially Active Species from the Deepwater Horizon Crude by Electrospray lonization FT-ICR Mass Spectrometry
Characterizing the onset and demise of the Indian summer monsoon
Characterizing the Upper Ocean Response to Hurricanes Isaac (slow) and Ivan (fast) Over the DeSoto Canyon
Chronic, Anthropogenic Hydrocarbon Releases in the Gulf of Mexico
Chronic, Anthropogenic Hydrocarbon Releases in the Gulf of Mexico (2)
Comparison Of The Ocean Surface Vector Winds From Atmospheric Reanalysis And Scatterometer-based Wind Products Over The Nordic Seas And The Northern North Atlantic And Their Application For Ocean Modeling
Contribution of Monthly and Regional Rainfall to the Strength of Indian Summer Monsoon
Crevasse Splays Versus Avulsions
Decadal Surface Temperature Trends In India Based On A New High-resolution Data Set
Decadal Variability Of The Meridional Geostrophic Transport In The Upper Tropical North Pacific Ocean
Deep Currents Near Steep Bathymetry from a Numerical Simulation of DeSoto Canyon
Deep Oceanic Response to Hurricane Forcing In DeSoto Canyon Region
Deep-C DeSoto Canyon Moorings: Overview of Measurements an Preliminary Results
Deep-C Ecological Pathways
Defying Dissolution
Dehydration of chlorite explains anomalously high electrical conductivity in the mantle wedges
Demersal fish assemblages associated with Desoto Canyon and the continental slope of the eastern Gulf of Mexico
Deposition and Degradation of DWH Oil in Gulf Sediments
Depth-mediated differences in trophic ecology and mercury contomination in six species of sharks in DeSoto Canyon
Development of an operational oil model
Diagnosing United States hurricane landfall risk
Diagnosis of Middle-Atmosphere Climate Sensitivity by the Climate Feedback-Response Analysis Method

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