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Affiliates 2017

Ben Horton
Nicole S. Khan, Erica Ashe,
Benjamin P Horton, Andrea Dutton, Robert E. Kopp, Gilles Brocard, Simon E. Engelhart, David F. Hill, W.R. Peltier, Christopher H. Vane, Fred N. Scatena. (2017). Drivers of Holocene sea-level change in the Caribbean. Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol 155, 13-36.

 

Dave Bushek
G Bidegain, EN Powell, JM Klinck, EE Hofmann, T Ben-Horin,
D Bushek. (2017). Modeling the transmission of Perkinsus marinus in the Eastern oyster Crassostrea virginica. Fisheries Research 186, 82-93.

 

Annmarie Carlton
HOT Pye, BN Murphy, L Xu, NL Ng,
AG Carlton, H Guo, R Weber... (2017). On the implications of aerosol liquid water and phase separation for organic aerosol mass.  Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics 17 (1), 343-369,

 

Olaf Jensen
Maite Pons, Trevor A Branch, Michael C Melnychuk,
Olaf P Jensen, Jon Brodziak, Jean M Fromentin, Shelton J Harley, Alan C Haynie, Laurie T Kell, Mark N Maunder, Ana M Parma, Victor R Restrepo, Rishi Sharma, Robert Ahrens, Ray Hilborn. (2017). Effects of biological, economic and management factors on tuna and billfish stock status.Fish and Fisheries 18 (1), 1-21.

 

Bob Kopp
Nicole S. Khan, Erica Ashe, Benjamin P Horton, Andrea Dutton, Robert E. Kopp, Gilles Brocard, Simon E. Engelhart, David F. Hill, W.R. Peltier, Christopher H. Vane, Fred N. Scatena. (2017). Drivers of Holocene sea-level change in the Caribbean. Quaternary Science Reviews. Vol 155, 13-36.

 

Ken Miller
S Esmeray-Senlet,
KG Miller, RM Sherrell, T Senlet, J Vellekoop, … (2017). Iridium profiles and delivery across the Cretaceous/Paleogene boundary. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 457, 117-126.

 

Malin Pinsky
Michael S Webster, Madhavi A Colton, Emily S Darling, Jonathan Armstrong,
Malin L Pinsky, Nancy Knowlton, Daniel E Schindler. (2017). Who Should Pick the Winners of Climate Change? Trends in Ecology & Evolution.

 

Josh Kohut
F Carvalho,
J Kohut, MJ Oliver, O Schofield. (2017). Defining the ecologically relevant mixed layer depth for Antarctica's Coastal Seas. Geophysical Research Letters.

 

Ying Fan Reinfelder
CK Boyce, Y Fan, MA Zwieniecki. (2017). Did trees grow up to the light, up to the wind, or down to the water? How modern high productivity colors perception of early plant evolution. New Phytologist, doi:10.1111/nph.14387.

S Kuppel, Y Fan, EG Jobbagy. (2017). Seasonal hydrologic buffer on continents: patterns, drivers and ecological benefits. Advances in Water Resources, doi:10.1016/j.advwatres.2017.01.004.

 

Oscar Schofield
Jennifer R Brum, Bonnie L Hurwitz,
Oscar Schofield, Hugh W Ducklow, Matthew B Sullivan. (2017). Seasonal time bombs: dominant temperature viruses affect Southern Ocean microbial dynamics. The ISME Journal, Vol 11. Issue 2. 588.

F Carvalho, J Kohut, MJ Oliver, O Schofield. (2017). Defining the ecologically relevant mixed layer depth for Antarctica's Coastal Seas. Geophysical Research Letters.

 

Ming Xu
R Li, S Zhao, H Zhao,
M Xu, L Zhang, H Wen, Q Sheng. (2017). Spatiotemporal Assessment of Forest Biomass Carbon Sinks: The Relative Roles of Forest Expansion and Growth in Sichuan Province, China. Journal of Environmental Quality 46 (1), 64-71.

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