pacific-marine-environmental-laboratory

National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Pacific Marine Environmental Laboratory

United States

http://www.pmel.noaa.gov

federal organization
This organization is related to these organizations :
These organizations are related to this organization :
Contributions
WhoRolePublications
Simone R. Alin Author 1 article
  1. The combined effects of ocean acidification, mixing, and respiration on pH and carbonate saturation in an urbanized estuary
Nicholas A. Bond Author 1 article
  1. North Pacific decadal variability and climate change in the IPCC AR4 models
John L. Bullister Author 2 articles
  1. Changes in Ocean Heat, Carbon Content, and Ventilation: A Review of the First Decade of GO-SHIP Global Repeat Hydrography
  2. The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2
Wei Cheng Author 1 article
  1. Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) in CMIP5 models: RCP and historical simulations
C.E. Cosca Author 1 article
  1. Global carbon budget 2014
Meghan F. Cronin Author 2 articles
  1. Causes and impacts of the 2014 warm anomaly in the NE Pacific
  2. High-latitude ocean and sea ice surface fluxes: Challenges for climate research
Jessica N. Cross Author 3 articles
  1. Calcium carbonate corrosivity in an Alaskan inland sea
  2. Ocean acidification in the surface waters of the Pacific–Arctic boundary regions
  3. Ocean acidification risk assessment for Alaska’s fishery sector
Wiley Evans Author 3 articles
  1. Calcium carbonate corrosivity in an Alaskan inland sea
  2. Ocean acidification in the surface waters of the Pacific–Arctic boundary regions
  3. Ocean acidification risk assessment for Alaska’s fishery sector
Richard Feely Author 18 articles
  1. Ocean Acidification: The Other CO2 Problem
  2. Anthropogenic ocean acidification over the twenty-first century and its impact on calcifying organisms
  3. Changes in Ocean Heat, Carbon Content, and Ventilation: A Review of the First Decade of GO-SHIP Global Repeat Hydrography
  4. Climatological distribution of aragonite saturation state in the global oceans
  5. Decadal changes in the aragonite and calcite saturation state of the Pacific Ocean
  6. Evidence for Upwelling of Corrosive "Acidified" Water onto the Continental Shelf
  7. Extensive dissolution of live pteropods in the Southern Ocean
  8. Global nitrogen deposition and carbon sinks
  9. Impact of anthropogenic CO 2 on the CaCO 3 system in the oceans
  10. Impact of anthropogenic atmospheric nitrogen and sulfur deposition on ocean acidification and the inorganic carbon system
  11. Mitigating Local Causes of Ocean Acidification with Existing Laws
  12. Ocean Acidification: A Critical Emerging Problem for the Ocean Sciences
  13. Ocean Acidification: Present Conditions and Future Changes in a High-CO2 World
  14. Ocean acidification risk assessment for Alaska’s fishery sector
  15. The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2
  16. The Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas, shows negative correlation to naturally elevated carbon dioxide levels: Implications for near-term ocean acidification effects
  17. The combined effects of ocean acidification, mixing, and respiration on pH and carbonate saturation in an urbanized estuary
  18. Trends in the sources and sinks of carbon dioxide
Dana Greeley Author 2 articles
  1. Climatological distribution of aragonite saturation state in the global oceans
  2. Decadal changes in the aragonite and calcite saturation state of the Pacific Ocean
D.E. Harrison Author 2 articles
  1. Global seasonal temperature and precipitation anomalies during El Niño autumn and winter
  2. On the definition of El Niño and associated seasonal average U.S. weather anomalies
Gregory C. Johnson Author 5 articles
  1. Changes in Ocean Heat, Carbon Content, and Ventilation: A Review of the First Decade of GO-SHIP Global Repeat Hydrography
  2. Expanding Oxygen-Minimum Zones in the Tropical Oceans
  3. Ocean oxygen minima expansions and their biological impacts
  4. Sensitivity of global upper-ocean heat content estimates to mapping methods, XBT bias corrections, and baseline climatologies
  5. Warming of global abyssal and deep Southern Ocean waters between the 1990s and 2000s: Contributions to global heat and sea level rise budgets
John M. Lyman Author 1 article
  1. Sensitivity of global upper-ocean heat content estimates to mapping methods, XBT bias corrections, and baseline climatologies
S. Allen Macklin Author 1 article
  1. Physical forcing and nutrient conditions associated with patterns of Chl a and phytoplankton productivity in the southeastern Bering Sea during summer
Jeremy T. Mathis Author 6 articles
  1. Calcium carbonate corrosivity in an Alaskan inland sea
  2. Changes in Ocean Heat, Carbon Content, and Ventilation: A Review of the First Decade of GO-SHIP Global Repeat Hydrography
  3. Global carbon budget 2014
  4. Ocean acidification in the surface waters of the Pacific–Arctic boundary regions
  5. Ocean acidification risk assessment for Alaska’s fishery sector
  6. Sea-ice melt CO 2 –carbonate chemistry in the western Arctic Ocean: Meltwater contributions to air–sea CO 2 gas exchange, mixed-layer properties and rates of net community production under sea ice
Michael J. McPhaden Author 4 articles
  1. Decadal variability of the Pacific subtropical cells and their influence on the southeast Indian Ocean
  2. Increased frequency of extreme La Niña events under greenhouse warming
  3. Increasing intensity of El Niño in the central-equatorial Pacific
  4. Recent intensification of wind-driven circulation in the Pacific and the ongoing warming hiatus
Calvin W. Mordy Author 1 article
  1. Changes in Ocean Heat, Carbon Content, and Ventilation: A Review of the First Decade of GO-SHIP Global Repeat Hydrography
James E. Overland Author 15 articles
  1. A comparison of the physics of the northern and southern shelves of the eastern Bering Sea and some implications for the ecosystem
  2. A sea ice free summer Arctic within 30 years?
  3. A sea ice free summer Arctic within 30 years: An update from CMIP5 models
  4. Climate impacts on eastern Bering Sea foodwebs: a synthesis of new data and an assessment of the Oscillating Control Hypothesis
  5. Climate projections for selected large marine ecosystems
  6. Considerations in the Selection of Global Climate Models for Regional Climate Projections: The Arctic as a Case Study
  7. Increased variability in the early winter subarctic North American atmospheric circulation
  8. Intrinsic versus forced variation in coupled climate model simulations over the Arctic during the twentieth century
  9. Large-scale atmospheric circulation changes are associated with the recent loss of Arctic sea ice
  10. Ongoing climate change in the Arctic
  11. Recent Arctic amplification and extreme mid-latitude weather
  12. Recent extreme Arctic temperatures are due to a split polar vortex
  13. The melting Arctic and midlatitude weather patterns: Are they connected?
  14. The recent shift in early summer Arctic atmospheric circulation
  15. When will the summer Arctic be nearly sea ice free?
Author 2 reports
  1. nmfs-afsc-211
  2. nmfs-afsc-212
David R. Purkey Author 1 article
  1. Warming of global abyssal and deep Southern Ocean waters between the 1990s and 2000s: Contributions to global heat and sea level rise budgets
Patricia K. Quinn Author 1 article
  1. Arctic Air Pollution: New Insights From POLARCAT-I PY
Christopher L. Sabine Author 7 articles
  1. Anthropogenic ocean acidification over the twenty-first century and its impact on calcifying organisms
  2. Changes in Ocean Heat, Carbon Content, and Ventilation: A Review of the First Decade of GO-SHIP Global Repeat Hydrography
  3. Decadal changes in the aragonite and calcite saturation state of the Pacific Ocean
  4. Evidence for Upwelling of Corrosive "Acidified" Water onto the Continental Shelf
  5. Impact of anthropogenic CO 2 on the CaCO 3 system in the oceans
  6. The Oceanic Sink for Anthropogenic CO2
  7. The combined effects of ocean acidification, mixing, and respiration on pH and carbonate saturation in an urbanized estuary
Author 3 reports
  1. nmfs-afsc-211
  2. nmfs-afsc-212
  3. usgcrp-cciwg-ccssg-carbonplan-2011
Sigrid Salo Author 1 article
  1. Climate impacts on eastern Bering Sea foodwebs: a synthesis of new data and an assessment of the Oscillating Control Hypothesis
Sunke Schmidtko Author 1 article
  1. Ocean oxygen minima expansions and their biological impacts
Phyllis J. Stabeno Author 3 articles
  1. A comparison of the physics of the northern and southern shelves of the eastern Bering Sea and some implications for the ecosystem
  2. Climate impacts on eastern Bering Sea foodwebs: a synthesis of new data and an assessment of the Oscillating Control Hypothesis
  3. Physical forcing and nutrient conditions associated with patterns of Chl a and phytoplankton productivity in the southeastern Bering Sea during summer
Adrienne J. Sutton Author 1 article
  1. Global carbon budget 2014
Muyin Wang Author 1 article
  1. Large-scale atmospheric circulation changes are associated with the recent loss of Arctic sea ice
Dongxiao Zhang Author 2 articles
  1. Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) in CMIP5 models: RCP and historical simulations
  2. Influence of African dust on ocean-atmosphere variability in the tropical Atlantic
Richard Feely Contributing Author 1 chapter
  1. nca3 chapter 2 : Our Changing Climate
Richard Feely Editor 1 report
  1. noaa-oar-specialreport-12-01-016
James E. Overland Editor 1 report
  1. noaa-arc-2011
Christopher L. Sabine Editor 1 report
  1. carboncsp-continentalmargins-2008
Wei Cheng Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation (AMOC) in CMIP5 models: RCP and historical simulations
Richard Feely Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Impact of anthropogenic CO 2 on the CaCO 3 system in the oceans
Jeremy T. Mathis Point of Contact 1 article
  1. Ocean acidification risk assessment for Alaska’s fishery sector
James E. Overland Point of Contact 4 articles
  1. A sea ice free summer Arctic within 30 years: An update from CMIP5 models
  2. Increased variability in the early winter subarctic North American atmospheric circulation
  3. Recent extreme Arctic temperatures are due to a split polar vortex
  4. The melting Arctic and midlatitude weather patterns: Are they connected?
Nina Bednarsek Scientist 3 figures
  1. nca3 1.5
  2. nca3 2.31
  3. nca3 34.21
Scientist 2 images
  1. 8c679de0
  2. eb9bd7dc
You are viewing /organization/pacific-marine-environmental-laboratory in HTML

Alternatives : JSON YAML Turtle N-Triples JSON Triples RDF+XML RDF+JSON Graphviz SVG