Abstracts Received for the
2006 Ocean Sciences Meeting

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745Sun-yong HaOSOS102 408
428
454
491
4817
Identification of Food Sources of Polychaete From the Seagrass {\it Zostera marina} Community During Winter Season Using Carbon and Nitrogen Stable Isotope Ratios
784Eric C HackertOSOS086 4231
4260
4262
An Observing System Simulation Experiment for an Optimal Moored Instrument Array in the Tropical Indian Ocean
601Ora HadasOSOS028 428
458
469
471
488
Isotopic Markers of Chemoautotrophic Activity at Redox Gradients in Lake Kinneret, Israel
3432Steven H.D. HaddockOSOS074 410
4806
4815
4890
4894
Deep-Sea Planktonic Biomass and Biodiversity Using Complementary Methodologies
534Rachel E HadfieldOSOS038 1605
1635
4262
4504
4513
Using Argo Float Data to Investigate the North Atlantic Heat Budget
1477Patrick T HaertelOSOS020 4231
4255
4520
4572
Lagrangian Simulations of Tropical Instability Waves
2505Denise HaganOSOS037 1626
1635
1640
1694
4262
Sea Surface Temperatures in the NPOESS Era
1949Mary HagedornOSOS057 410
4916
Coral Conservation Through Cryopreservation
950William H HageyOSOS081 4215
4263
4815
4830
4894
Using Marine Mammals as "Biological Autonomous Underwater Platforms" to Study Their Natural History and the Ocean
383Kate HagstromOSOS001 4800
Seasonal Changes in Th Scavenging and Particle Aggregation in the Western Arctic Ocean
887Thomas HaineOSOS001 4203
4520
4544
Spontaneous Emission of Inertia-Gravity Waves from Rotating, Stratified Flow
2992Sirpa HakkinenOSOS093 4215
4255
4271
4283
Greenland Sea Deep Water Formation And Its Variability As Simulated By A Model
807Michelle S HaleOSOS073 4806
4817
4840
4890
Microzooplankton Grazing Activity in Contrasting Biogeochemical Provinces of the Temperate, Sub-Tropical and Tropical Atlantic
982Burke HalesOSOS009 4243
4806
4930
North American Continental Margins: A Planning Workshop
3053Bradd HaleyOSOS013 429
465
496
Impact of Climate and Weather on {\it Salmonella} Densities in the Aquatic Environment
2501Patrick J HaleyOSOS111 4223
4255
4260
4262
4263
Advances in Adaptive, Interdisciplinary, Multi-scale, Distributed, Web-Based, Ocean Prediction
1157Jochen HalfarOSOS079 454
460
473
4215
4954
An 85-year Stable Oxygen Isotope Record Derived from a North Pacific Coralline Red Alga
2310Timothy M. HallOSOS001 4283
4536
4808
Ventilation Rates Estimated from Tracers in the Presence of Mixing
3055Robert HallbergOSOS075 1626
4255
4520
4572
Parameterizing Eddy-driven Mixed Layer Restratification in Climate Models
1248Robert B. HalleyOSOS015 408
414
428
460
463
Atmospheric CO$_{2}$, Precipitation/Dissolution Processes in Reef Systems, and the Endolith Problem
1083Elizabeth HallidayOSOS003 465
4217
4235
4251
Recovery of {\it Legionella} Species From the Marine Environment Using Molecular Methods
3069George R. HalliwellOSOS046 4215
4255
4553
Implementation and Evaluation of the Price-Yang-Baringer Mediterranean Overflow Boundary Conditions in HYCOM
3092Saji HameedOSOS061 1616
1620
1640
4262
4504
Intraseasonal air-sea Interaction over the Tropical South Indian Ocean : Satellite and TRITON buoy Observations
1598Douglas R. HamiltonOSOS094 434
439
4220
4262
Access to Data and Information Produced by NOAA's Coral Reef Ecosystems Integrated Observing System (CREIOS)
2315Peter HamiltonOSOS068 4512
4520
4562
Interaction of Topographic Rossby Waves with the Steep Sigsbee Escarpment in the Gulf of Mexico
1948Roberta C HammeOSOS065 4504
4806
4808
4820
A simple convection model demonstrates the importance of rapid cooling and bubbles in setting the concentration of gases in the
1303Chad R. HammerschmidtOSOS001 432
442
461
3002
4805
Methylmercury Production and Mobilization on the Continental Shelf as a Source of Mercury in Marine Fish
2048Douglas E. HammondOSOS045 408
414
448
469
471
Measuring pore water N2 profiles to constrain denitrification pathways and rates in coastal sediments
3011Stephen R. HammondOSOS005 800
The NOAA Ocean Exploration Program: Scientists' Participation in Outreach and Education
1983Guijun HanOSOS111 4500
4556
4560
Tide Results From Combining Tidal Observations and onlinear Numerical Model by Using Adjoint Approach in the China Seas
166Guoqi HanOSOS001 4255
4500
4512
Modeling Seasonal Variation of the Shelf and Slope Circulation off Newfoundland
1959Lei HanOSOS098 3039
4263
4560
A Theoretical Model on Breaking Entrainment Depth and Whitecap Coverage of the Surface Gravity Waves
386Weiqing HanOSOS086 4215
4223
4231
4255
4263
Causes for the Vertical Structure of Indian Ocean Warming Since 1960s
2034Kimio HanawaOSOS071 4215
4263
4283
Remote Reemergence of Winter SST Anomalies of North Pacific Subtropical Mode Water and the Pacific Decadal Oscillation
599Daniel M HanesOSOS016 3020
3022
3045
4219
4558
From Grain Size to Coastal Evolution: The Integration of Processes Through Morphology in the San Francisco Bight
2104Seiha HangOSOS001 428
\\Water and Our life
3248Angelos K. HannidesOSOS056 408
414
448
4815
4850
Massive organic matter falls in the deep sea: interactions among organic matter quality, biogeochemical processes, and microbe-versus-metazoan competition
2824Cecelia C. S. HannidesOSOS073 4215
4223
4277
4817
4890
The ALOHA to CLIMAX Transect: Understanding Current vs. Historical Perspectives of Mesozooplankton Community Structure in the Subtropical North Pacific Ocean
2786Stuart P HansardOSOS088 409
461
489
Dissolved Fe(II) Measurements Along a North Pacific Transect
1192Dennis A. HansellOSOS031 414
4806
4840
Bacterioplankton Distribution and Production in the Bathypelagic Ocean: Directly Coupled to Particulate Organic Carbon Export?
1237Cecilie HansenOSOS027 439
466
4217
4520
The Influence of Baltic Water on the North Sea Ecosystem - A Sensitivity Study
2926Roberta L. HansmanOSOS023 4805
4806
Biogeochemical Analyses of Prokaryotic Metabolism in the Sub-surface Ocean
2978Alfred HansonOSOS033 4262
4803
4845
4894
Transitioning Submersible Chemical Analyzer Technologies for Sustained, Autonomous Observations from Profiling Moorings, Gliders and other AUVs
248Jeffrey L HansonOSOS098 4263
4560
Wave System Analysis of WAVEWATCH III Model Performance
3201Kate HansonOSOS090 4220
4858
4890
Spatial Patterns in the Mesozooplankton Community of a French Polynesian Reef
2571Kate HansonOSOS002 810
820
845
A Diverse Approach to Marine Biodiversity: One Student's Perspective on IGERT Graduate Training
2711Cheryl HapkeOSOS016 430
442
Regional Shoreline Change in California and the Effects of a Shoreline Proxy Bias on Rates and Trends
1688Ramsey R HarcourtOSOS098 4504
4560
4568
4572
Comparing Simulations of Langmuir Turbulence with Lagrangian Float Observations: Implications for Mixed Layer
649John M HardingOSOS111 4255
4260
4263
4512
4560
Operational Ocean Prediction at the U.S. Naval Oceanographic Office, An Update
3466John T HargroveOSOS105 4294
4520
4528
4556
4568
Rossby Wave Red Shift and Eddy Intensification in the Midlatitude North Pacific from Topex/Poseidon Altimetry
2348Jack HarlanOSOS011 4217
4262
4275
Short Time Scale Effects on High Frequency Radar-Derived Velocities
2623Courtney K. HarrisOSOS050 3022
4211
4217
4558
The Potential for Sediment Resuspension and Dispersal within Poverty Bay, Offshore of the Waipaoa River, New
2329Jacquai Y HarrisOSOS051 434
480
497
4235
4275
The Use of Hyperspectral Remote Sensing to Characterize Phragmites australis
998Michael R HartOSOS001 439
4817
4858
4890
Density and Distribution of M. Leidyi in the Chesapeake Bay and Its Influence on the Plankton Community
273Aaron J. HartzOSOS096 465
Predation by Marine Phagotrophic Protists: Role of Ligand-Receptor Interactions and Intracellular Signal Transduction
1867Drew HarvellOSOS057 439
465
1630
4220
4840
Climate Stress and Seafan Immunity to a Fungal Pathogen
2153Hideaki HaseOSOS086 4262
4504
Variability of Sea Surface Heat Flux derived from TRITON Buoys in the Eastern Tropical Indian Ocean
2032Daisuke HasegawaOSOS066 4279
4528
4562
4568
4576
A theoretical study on island upwelling in the Kuroshio
1187Takuya HasegawaOSOS001 4283
4504
4513
4572
4576
Multidecadal Variability of Heat Content Anomaly Field in the North Pacific and Its Relationship to the Aleutian Low and the Kuroshio Transport
2373Taketo HashiokaOSOS052 1630
4255
4273
4805
4815
Response of Lower Trophic Level Ecosystem to Global Warming in the Western North Pacific
3202Eddie HaskellOSOS029 4815
4855
4890
Sensitivity of copepod grazing success to variation in encounter rate, preferred size partition and prey spectrum within a Lagrangian
2165Martin HassellovOSOS088 4803
4805
4807
4809
4875
Seasonal evolution of marine colloid phases and its impact on the speciation of iron and other trace elements
3290Alan HastingsOSOS092 4815
4858
A Condition for Persistence of Marine Metapopulations
428Roxanne H HastingsOSOS005 800
An Undergraduate's Involvement in the OCEANS GK-12 Teaching Fellowship Program
2726Roxanne H HastingsOSOS003 4217
4264
4275
Seasonal and Regional Patterns of CDOM Optical Properties on a River-Dominated Margin
1262Bruce Gordon HatcherOSOS051 452
480
4217
4262
4264
Ground-truthing Marine Hyperspectral Imagery in Optically Shallow Waters: How Good is "Good Enough"?
2622Gordon H HatcherOSOS013 468
499
4217
4815
4858
Measuring the Interaction Between the Healths of Coral Reef Ecosystems and Coastal Communities
2419Patrick G HatcherOSOS040 460
469
4800
4803
4825
Molecular Characterization of Marine Humic Acids from Mangrove Lake, Bermuda by High Resolution Electrospray Fourier-Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry
530Kent K HathawayOSOS016 4217
4275
4546
4894
Monitoring Coastal Processes and Ocean Wave Directional Spectra Using a Marine Radar
2073Mariko HattaOSOS088 4243
4271
4808
4825
4875
Subduction Water Mass Characterization by Rare Earth in Japan Sea -a Miniature Case of the World Ocean
2457Peter M HauganOSOS112 4524
4540
4546
4553
4568
Polynya Dynamics and Export of Dense Water: Results From the Storfjord Laboratory
598Brian K. HausOSOS011 4262
4275
4504
4560
4576
HF Radar Wave Measurement Over a High Current Shear Region in the Florida Straits
1415Alex E HayOSOS016 4217
4235
4528
4546
4568
Flow in a tidal channel: Limiting larger-scale predictability?
3308Darin H HayakawaOSOS053 410
465
4840
4858
Isolation and Molecular Ecology of Novel Beta Proteobacteria From Sub-tropical Coastal Seawater
305Rebecca L HaysOSOS104 442
470
496
3021
4235
Groundwater Discharge and Attenuation of Nitrogen and Phosphorus Loads by Sandy Beach Sediments at Cape Henlopen, Delaware
3165Bronwyn A. HayworthOSOS090 4235
4546
Generation of Coherent Structures due to a Rocky Sill in the Snohomish River Estuary
1698Angelique C HazaOSOS018 4243
4255
4262
4568
A Subgrid-Scale Parameterization to Improve Lagrangian Transport in Realistic Ocean Models
457Wilco HazelegerOSOS061 1620
4231
4512
4572
MOC-STC Interaction in the Tropical Atlantic.
1299Elliott L HazenOSOS064 4217
4235
4259
Fine-Scale Vertical Distribution of Acoustic Biomass in Hypoxic Waters on the Gulf of Mexico Shelf
295Tracy H HazenOSOS053 410
460
465
4840
The Role of Extracellular DNA in Carbon Starvation Adaptation of {\it Vibrio parahaemolyticus} Strains.
2558Ruoying HeOSOS111 4215
4255
4263
4520
4594
Multi-scale Model Hindcast and Synthesis of the Coastal Circulation in the Northeastern United States
1951Zhongjie HeOSOS111 4500
4556
4560
Application of Sequential 3 Dimensional Variation on Assimilating SST in a Globle Ocean Model
2769Kevin D HeaneyOSOS108 4259
4262
Examining the Feasibility of Nx2D Moving Ship Tomography From the BASSEX '04 Experiment
272Clifford J HearnOSOS016 4217
4235
4255
4546
Modeling the effect of longshore bars on seagrass meadows
1913Andrew B. HebertOSOS033 414
452
4211
4217
4262
In Situ Fiber Optic Measurements of Wave-Driven Porewater-Seawater Exchange from the Kilo Nalu Observatory
1443Dave HebertOSOS075 4520
4568
The Lagrangian Isopycnal Dispersion Experiment
319Matthew W HechtOSOS078 4520
4562
4572
4576
Sensitivity of North Atlantic Circulation to Topography and sub-Gridscale Parameterization
1180John HedleyOSOS051 430
466
480
4220
4264
A Radiosity Based Approach for Modeling the Three-Dimensional Light Environment of Structural Benthos, With Application to Remote Sensing and Photobiology.
3446Katherine HedstromOSOS095 4520
4534
4540
High-Resolution Coupled Ice-Ocean Model of the Bering Sea
1756Bell E HeidiOSOS017 460
485
496
U.S EPA Development of Assessment Tools for Coral Reef Biocriteria
3206Cynthia HeilOSOS080 4815
4855
Development and Implementation of New Technology for Monitoring of Harmful Algal Blooms in Florida
1001Robert M HeitsenretherOSOS001 4223
4520
Observations of a Cyclonic Gyre off the South West Coast of Taiwan
1246Robert W. HelberOSOS061 4231
4279
4500
4504
4532
Heat Transport Analyses of the Tropical Atlantic Ocean Mixed Layer
2674L Cody HelfrichOSOS010 3000
3025
4524
Isotropy of Internal Wave Spectra as a Function of Survey Azimuth
3351Harry HellingOSOS005 805
820
830
845
4200
A New 5th Grade Weather And Water Curriculum Emerges: Collaboration Between the Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System, the Ocean Institute, and the Center for Ocean Sciences Excellence--California
3549Jocelyne HellouOSOS017 460
478
4217
4251
4850
Body Burden and Avoidance as Stress Indicators in a Euryhaline Amphipod
2896Peer HelmkeOSOS001 414
428
4805
4806
An Uneven Pair: Organic Carbon Export in the Eastern and Western Compartment of the North Atlantic Subtropical Gyre
3004Kevin P HelmleOSOS094 473
1600
4594
4815
4916
Reef Building Corals as Components of Integrated Ocean Observing Systems
3476John John Helms HelmsOSOS101 428
442
4852
Spectral Shape as an Indicator of Molecular Weight in Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter
839Sidney R HemmingOSOS082 3022
4825
4863
4924
4926
Northward Shift in LGM Frontal Boundaries Implied by Sr Isotope Provenance Studies in the Circum-Antarctic
651James L. HenchOSOS090 4217
4220
4560
4562
Wave driven circulation in a coral reef, lagoon, and pass system
2403James C HendeeOSOS094 1640
4220
4273
4277
Integrating In Situ, Satellite and Other Data Sources for Marine Protected Area Decision Support and Coral Reef Research
1970Grace K HendersonOSOS001 469
4805
4806
4845
4890
Dissolved Organic Matter (DOM) Composition and Release Rates from Meso- and Micro-Zooplankton Grazers in the Chesapeake Bay: Implications of Prey Type
320Stephen M HendersonOSOS016 4255
4512
4534
4546
4560
Predictions of Alongshore-Variable Nearshore Currents
3445Erica HendyOSOS041 473
4916
Do Coral Colony Physiology and Growth Effects Influence Trace Element and Stable Isotope Variability over Decadal-Centennial Time Scales?
48Lin HengboOSOS100 4247
Nonlinear interaction of axisymmetric circulation and nonaxisymmetric disturbances in hurricanes
3533Natasha D. HenryOSOS001 418
420
456
465
4840
Use of Biodegradable Microparticles Containing Rhamnolipid Biosurfactant to Emulsify oil in Recreational Boat Marinas in
1195Radu HerbeiOSOS105 4260
4536
Quasi-3D statistical inversion of oceanographic tracer data
1179Alex W. HermanOSOS025 414
422
4805
4815
4890
Separating Aggregates/Fragile Particles From Zooplankton Using Transparency Measurements From Camera Imaging and Optical Plankton Counters.
210Juliet Clair HermesOSOS085 4576
Modelling the variability of the source regions of the Agulhas Current
2367Fabrice HernandezOSOS111 4231
4263
4275
4283
Using the MERCATOR Ocean Forecasting Systems to Assess the Near Real Time Interest of the PIRATA Tropical Atlantic Array and SMOS Salinity Observations
381Gerhard J. HerndlOSOS031 428
460
465
Role of Archaeal and Bacterial Activity in the Carbon Cycling of the Meso- and Bathypelagic Realm of the North Atlantic Ocean
1230Malcolm HeronOSOS011 4219
4275
4504
4558
4560
Early Results from the Deployment of PortMap VHF Radar at the Lido Entrance to the Venice Lagoon
1200Malcolm L HeronOSOS011 4219
4275
4504
4558
4560
HF Ocean Surface Radar: Successes, Developments and Challenges
677Scott F. HeronOSOS094 466
4220
4255
4263
4534
Modelling Thermal Stress and Thermal Capacitance for Corals in Palau
2084Ole HertelOSOS058 4801
4805
4806
4813
4845
Assessment of Atmospheric Nutrient Inputs to the Marine Waters
1819Iuri HerzfeldOSOS015 4217
4227
4277
4845
4870
Diurnal Nutrient Dynamics Associated With a Nuisance Algal Bloom on South Maui, Hawaii
378Jennifer M HesterOSOS109 4220
4872
Baseline Study of Coral-algal Symbioses Around the Big Island of Hawaii
43Robert D HetlandOSOS024 4528
Water mass modification in near-field river plumes
581Steffen HetzingerOSOS079 4916
4924
4954
Reconstructing Variability of Past Sea Surface Conditions Using Coral Records From Three Sites in the Caribbean Sea
1255Michelle R HeupelOSOS036 4262
4815
4858
4894
Use of Acoustic Monitoring Technology to Define Population Level Habitat use of a Coastal Estuary
1866Ian HewsonOSOS053 400
410
439
469
Insights Into Diazotroph Ecology at Hydrostation S (North Atlantic Ocean) Based Upon Culture-Independent Approaches
2094Toshiyuki HibiyaOSOS046 4524
4544
4568
Identification of Mixing Hotspots in the World Ocean
3244Emma L. HickersonOSOS102 410
460
4815
4858
Patterns of Deep Coral Communities on Reefs and Banks in the Northwestern Gulf of Mexico
3563Barbara HickeyOSOS001 4800
Freshwater Influences on Coastal Productivity and Harmful Algal Blooms
2862Barbara M HickeyOSOS024 4219
4528
4568
4805
4855
Complexity of a Large Freshwater Plume
1896Tara Hicks JohnsonOSOS005 800
805
810
815
SOEST Educational Activities: School Involvement and Collaboration on the Kilo Moana (SEA SICK)
2123Kiyotaka HidakaOSOS009 439
491
4855
4863
4890
Plankton Community in the Slope Water Around Kuroshio
3287Carmen HillOSOS035 428
454
1615
4277
Export of Biogenic Particulate Matter as Traced by Preferential Scavenging of 210Po at the Bermuda Atlantic Time Series
2956Chris HillOSOS078 4255
4504
4520
4532
Examining impact of surface boundary formulation andhorizontal resolution on sea-surface height variability ineddying ocean
3285Jenna C HillOSOS050 3000
3002
3022
3025
A large incised valley on the Chukchi shelf: Implications for high discharge, sea level fluctuations and climatic variations since
1689Paul S HillOSOS050 3022
4217
4219
4546
A Global Perspective on Defining and Controlling the Mudline
2807Philip R HillOSOS021 3002
3022
3070
Active Mass Wasting and Gravity Processes in a High Sedimentation Rate Environment: the Sand Heads Submarine Channel, Fraser River
894Tessa M. HillOSOS079 4215
4870
4901
4916
4924
Decadal-scale intermediate water geochemistry recorded by bamboo corals on the California margin
361Victoria J HillOSOS112 422
1630
4207
The Importance of coloured dissolved organic material on the heating budget in the mixed layer of the Arctic Ocean
3247Tyson J. HilmerOSOS090 4217
4220
4560
Imaging of Wave Transformations at Ipan Reef
2721Jason HiltonOSOS096 410
Seasonal Variations of Gulf Stream Picoplankton Communities
3263Mark HindellOSOS081 439
4207
Winter temperature and salinity profile measurements in the Southern Ocean using elephant seals from Macquarie Island as ocean sampling
1449Amy C HironsOSOS041 432
454
460
473
491
Using Stable Isotopes and Mercury as Tracers of Paleoenvironmental Change in the Gulf of Alaska
1621Miyuki HiroseOSOS108 3050
4259
4815
Target Strength of Nomura­_s jellyfish ({\it Nemopilema nomurai})
2774Naoki HiroseOSOS111 4255
4260
4263
4520
An eddy-assimilated model of the Japan/East Sea
2722Joel HirschiOSOS001 4262
4277
4294
4512
Design Aspects of Monitoring the Meridional Overturning Circulation in the Subtropical North Atlantic
2349Andrew G HirstOSOS106 414
428
439
460
4260
Errors in Copepod Growth Rate Estimates are Large and Widespread
3115Michael R HiscockOSOS065 1635
4845
4853
Modeling a Basin Scale Iron Addition in the Southern Ocean
1955Gary HitchcockOSOS018 4890
4894
Lagrangian Tracer Studies of Larval Dispersal.
941David T. HoOSOS043 4504
4805
4820
Air-sea gas exchange at high wind speeds in the Sub-Antarctic Ocean
1131Tung-Yuan HoOSOS041 4845
4855
4875
4890
The Elemental Composition of the Size-Fractionated Biogenic Particles in the South China sea
2221Richard HobbsOSOS010 3025
3050
3094
4262
4524
Optimised Processing of Seismic Data to Recover Reflections From the Water Layer
493Alistair J HobdayOSOS060 1616
1630
Climate Change Impacts on the Distribution of Apex Pelagic Predators in Australian Waters
3034William C HockadayOSOS040 4251
4803
4807
4808
4825
Molecular-level characterization of coastal marine dissolved organic matter by atmospheric pressure photoionization FT-ICR mass spectrometry
1016Erin C. HodelOSOS057 4220
4845
4863
Histopathological Assessment and Comparison of Sedimentation and Phosphate Stress in the Caribbean Staghorn Coral, {\it Acropora
1778Benjamin A HodgesOSOS038 4528
4594
4855
Glider Observations Along CalCOFI Line 93
2770Ronald HoekeOSOS090 4217
4220
4283
The Relationship of Coral Reef and Open Ocean Water Temperatures: Estimation of Coral Reef Flushing Rates from Bulk Parameterization of
344Baerbel HoenischOSOS041 428
473
4870
4930
Paleo-Validation of the Boron Isotope Proxy in Benthic and Planktic Foraminifers
3540Elizabeth Ann HoffmanOSOS003 408
428
439
442
460
Re-visiting the Resurgent Population of the Bean Clam {\it Donax gouldii} at Sandy Beaches in Southern
2242Linn J HoffmannOSOS088 460
4207
4845
4855
4875
Species Specific Physiological Response of Southern Ocean Diatoms to Iron, Silicate, and Light Co-Limitation
674Michael Robert HoffmannOSOS101 4540
4851
4852
4854
Carbon Dioxide Emissions from Illuminated Frozen Aqeuous Pyruvic Acid
1398Eileen E HofmannOSOS009 428
4219
4817
4845
Eastern U.S. Continental Shelf Carbon Budget: Modeling, Data Assimilation, and Analysis
3189Matthias HofmannOSOS052 1600
4215
4805
4806
4858
Could Elevated Atmospheric pCO$_2$ Levels Reduce the Strength of the Biological Carbon Pump ?
2804Patrick HoganOSOS078 4217
4255
4520
4562
Simulated Shelf Break Fronts in the Northern Gulf of Mexico
2052W. Steven HolbrookOSOS010 3025
4524
4544
4568
4594
Seismic Oceanography: Defining the Capabilities and Limits of a New Tool for Studying Ocean Finestructure and
3156Carolyn M HollOSOS027 469
4520
4805
Unicellular Diazotrophy as a Source of Nitrogen to Leeuwin Current Coastal Eddies
3292Christina L. HollandOSOS079 4513
4522
4916
4932
4954
Multidecadal Modulation of Propagating Decadal Climate Signals Identified in Pacific Ocean Coral Records
490David M HollandOSOS065 4207
Numerical Modeling of Ice Shelf - Ocean Interaction In the Amundsen Sea, Antarctica
1539K. Todd HollandOSOS016 442
4217
4546
4560
A Field Study of Coastal Dynamics on a Muddy Coast Offshore of Cassino Beach, Brazil
2999David J HollanderOSOS084 1600
4805
4815
4850
4901
Relative Humidity Controls on Terrestrial Vegetation Changes During the Little Ice Age and Medieval Warm Period in Sub-Tropical North America
1811D. V. HollidayOSOS103 439
442
480
4217
4259
Measurements of Fine-Scale Patterns in the Vertical Distribution of Zooplankton
2193David HollidayOSOS035 442
452
454
4217
4808
Mapping Rn222 Along the Great Barrier Reef Coastline
1789Erica L. HollomanOSOS115 478
485
A Probabilistic Assessment of Mercury Exposure to African Americans Consuming Local Fish and Shellfish
3131Erica L. HollomanOSOS002 810
830
The Mid-Atlantic Center for Ocean Science Education Excellence (COSEE-MA) Prepares Graduate Students for Educational Collaborations
442Greg HollowayOSOS112 466
4520
4560
The Joint Roles of Tides and Circumbasin Flows Ventilating Atlantic Layer Heat
3518Anne Babcock HollowedOSOS087 410
1616
4513
6344
Fisheries Management Practices in the North Pacific: a Complex System That Adheres to Ecosystem Objectives.
662Christopher E. HolmOSOS033 480
489
4251
4294
4875
Development of an Autonomous In-Situ Analyzer for Dissolved Copper in the Marine Environment
2845Osmund Holm-HansenOSOS022 4207
4840
4855
4875
{\bf Plankton Community Structure and Iron Distribution in the Southern Drake Passage and Scotia Sea}
1264Charles W HolmesOSOS088 461
489
1626
4215
4825
Trace-Metal Content in Antipatharian Corals from the Jacksonville Lithoherm, Florida
1880Mark HolzerOSOS001 4512
4515
4520
4532
Exposure of Deep Waters via the Diffusive Conveyor Belt
334Makio C. HondaOSOS049 4262
4277
4806
Linkage between seasonal variability of nutrients in the epipelagic layer and that of biogenic particle fluxes in the mesopelagic and
3293Xiaodong HongOSOS099 4255
4260
4263
4279
4504
COAMPS$^{\textregistered*}$ Ocean Ensemble Forecast and Adaptive Sampling System
2637Raleigh R HoodOSOS086 4215
4223
4231
4255
4263
The Indian Ocean: Recent Discoveries, Links to Global Climate, Atmosphere-Ocean Interaction and Physical and Biogeochemical Response
2035Russell R HopcroftOSOS076 410
439
4207
4817
4894
Species discovery in the Arctic Ocean: the 2005 Hidden Ocean expedition
986Brian M HopkinsonOSOS027 4845
4855
4875
Iron and Light Limitation in the Lower Euphotic Zone and Potential Impact on Upwelling Eddies
1648Rachel E. A. HorakOSOS089 465
469
4840
Nitrogen Fixation in {\it Teredinibacter turnerae}, a Cultivated Symbiont of the Marine Shipworm {\it Lyrodus pedicellatus}
2178Takanori HoriiOSOS061 4215
4231
4504
Different Transitions between El Nino and La Nina
1485Robert Philip HornbyOSOS069 4255
4544
4568
Waveform and Turbulence Generation Associated With Large Amplitude Shoaling Internal Waves in the South China Sea
567John HorneOSOS036 4259
4264
4275
4294
Potential Integration of Acoustic and LIDAR Backscatter Data
1994Alexander R Horner-DevineOSOS024 4217
4219
4508
4528
Plume Within a Plume: A Conceptual Model of the Strongly Tidal Columbia River Plume
543M. Claire Horner-DevineOSOS053 410
465
4843
Assembly rules and relatedness in microbial communities
2098Sharon HorngOSOS109 4813
4815
Coral Communities and Their Spatial Distributions Under the Impact of Climate Change in Taiwan
2680Phil HosegoodOSOS046 4528
4550
4568
4572
Small-Scale Density Fronts in a Wind Forced Surface Mixed Layer
2911Jeff HoslerOSOS110 4217
4262
4294
4520
4528
Dynamic In-situ Surface Autonomous Vehicle (SAV) Fleet Software to Enable Optimized Science Data Collection
1346A. L. HoughamOSOS035 3021
4808
4825
4860
Submarine Groundwater Discharge Derived from $^{226}$Ra and $^{228}$Ra Measurements and a Three-Dimensional Groundwater Model: Implications for Future Radium-Based Groundwater Studies
560Robert W HoughtonOSOS024 4217
Propagation and Mixing in the Hudson River Coastal Current
2544Gerald T HovisOSOS114 4262
4277
4560
4564
Analysis of water levels and meteorological observations in the Gulf of Mexico during Hurricane Katrina
1266Susan L. HowardOSOS030 4207
4219
4255
4544
The Effects of Baroclinic Tides on Ocean and Sea-ice Behavior in the Northwestern Ross Sea
343John HowarthOSOS011 4217
4262
4512
4560
Surface currents and waves in Liverpool Bay
2871Peter A. HowdOSOS114 442
468
3020
4546
Spatial Variability of Barrier-Island Response to Hurricane Katrina, Part 1
1855Bruce M HoweOSOS033 4294
Moorings for Ocean Observatories: Continuous, Adaptive Profiling
2102Li-Yung HsiehOSOS097 414
428
439
465
466
Spatial variation of carbon flow in microbial food web in East China Sea
1051Tung-Ming HsiungOSOS097 4219
4807
4855
Early Summer Arsenic Speciation in the Surface Waters of the East China Sea
694Ray T. HsuOSOS050 4219
4500
4558
4825
4863
Observations of Suspended Sediment Particles in the Self and Submarine Canyon in Southern Taiwan : an Interdisciplinary
1358Tian-Jian HsuOSOS016 4217
4219
4546
4558
Modeling boundary layer and gravity-driven fluid mud transport
819Chuanmin HuOSOS056 428
1640
4219
4227
4520
Variability in SeaWiFS Chlorophyll Concentration at Deep Gulf of Mexico Benthos (DGoMB) Sampling Stations
691Guanghai HuOSOS050 3022
3045
3070
Echo characters of the abandoned delta of the modern Yellow River:differential erosion and mass movement
992Haoguo HuOSOS095 4255
4532
4540
4962
Modeling the Bering Sea Ice and Ocean Dynamic and Thermodynamic Characteristics Using an IARC Coupled Ice-Ocean Model (CIOM)
2718Qiao HuOSOS033 4815
4858
4890
4894
Automatic Identification of Plankton Images from the Video Plankton Recorder
1575Lien HuaOSOS061 4231
4528
Vertical Scale Selection in a Formation Mechanism for Equatorial Deep Jets
341Danwei HuangOSOS001 4858
Locomotion and Aggregative Response in Juvenile Fluted Giant Clams ({\it Tridacna squamosa})
3370Haosheng HuangOSOS111 4215
4255
4263
4520
4594
Validation Case Study of Finite Volume Coastal Ocean Model (FVCOM)
2088Kuo-Fang HuangOSOS050 4283
4808
4825
Coastal Fresh Water Plume Migration Traced by High Precision Strontium Isotopic Composition in the Kao-Ping Estuary, Southern
816Wei HuangOSOS009 4805
4806
4852
4870
Sources and characteristics of dissolved organic carbon in the Hudson River Tributaries
473Zhenhua HuangOSOS098 4534
4560
Mass transport and wave-enhanced apparent bottom roughness experienced by the time-mean current
3506Katherine A. HubbardOSOS080 410
4855
4858
Use of Automated rRNA Intergenic Spacer Analysis to Assess Pseudo-nitzschia Diversity in Pacific Northwest Waters
3410Vesper A HubbardOSOS115 414
1615
4805
4806
4852
EvaluatingCOPhotoproductionPathwaysfromDOMUsingSimpleAromaticsanDLigninPhenolicsasModelDOMChromophoricSites
1439Bruce A. HuberOSOS065 4207
4211
4553
Export of Salty Shelf Water from the Western Ross Sea
2624Matt HuberOSOS034 428
1635
4853
4855
Reversible Inhibitory Effects of CO2 on Marine Phytoplankton
1432Thierry HuckOSOS001 1616
4215
4255
4513
4532
Variations of the large-scale ocean circulation since 1950.
1929Barry J. HuebertOSOS043 488
1615
4504
4894
Eddy-correlation Measurements of DMS Fluxes and Exchange Coefficients on the Sargasso Sea Biocomplexity Cruise 2004
3561Konrad HughenOSOS084 1600
4805
4815
4850
Abrupt Vegetation Changes in Tropical South America over the Last 120,000 Years
2756Chris HughesOSOS068 4562
4576
Topographical Torques in Wind-driven Basin and Channel Models.
1109Graham O. HughesOSOS001 4532
4553
4568
A Simple Convective Model of the Global Overturning Circulation, Including Effects of Entrainment into Sinking Regions
2673Carme HuguetOSOS079 420
424
473
1637
4900
High-Resolution TEX$_{86}$ Paleotemperature Reconstruction in 1850-1987 AD Varved Sediment from the Santa Barbara Basin,
2502Pincelli HullOSOS042 414
439
4815
4890
Long term variability of zooplankton stable N isotopes in two sectors of the California Current System
2022Erin L. HultOSOS069 4544
4562
4568
Breaking Classification for Internal Waves Over Topographic Features
1454Chin-Chang HungOSOS035 4235
4808
4860
Re-examination of POC/Th-234 ratios in size-fractionated particles
1939J.-J. HungOSOS050 4805
4806
4815
4825
4845
Transports and Biogeochemical Transformation of Carbon and Nutrients from a Mountainous River (Kaoping) Watershed to the Associated Coastal Sea
1982Peter HungOSOS037 4215
4271
4275
4512
4815
A High-Resolution Sea Surface Temperature Product for Regional and Coastal Applications: Blending In Situ Measurements with Multi-Satellite Observations
827Elizabeth C HunkeOSOS078 4207
4255
4520
4532
4568
GM versus biharmonic Ocean Mixing in the Arctic
3411Glendon B. HunsingerOSOS009 428
454
1615
4825
Composition of pyrolyzed and non-pyrolyzed refractory carbon deposited in the eastern Santa Barbara Channel.
1930Charles D. HuntOSOS015 442
454
466
470
478
Ground-Water Nutrient Fluxes to Coastal Waters in the Kihei Area, Maui, Hawaii
1791Dana E HuntOSOS053 465
4840
Unexpected Diversity of Nitrate Assimilation Ability in Microdiverse Clusters of Bacteria
1365George L. HuntOSOS034 4219
4223
4830
4890
ECOSYSTEM RESPONSES TO RECENT WARMING IN THE SOUTHEASTERN BERING SEA
2868Elias J HunterOSOS024 4508
4512
4599
Sea Breeze Forcing on the New Jersey Shelf
1817Catriona L HurdOSOS090 4211
4804
4845
Influence of hydrozoans on seaweed boundary layer thickness
919Harley E HurlburtOSOS111 4255
4263
4520
4532
Can Satellite Altimetry Be Used to Map Small Eddies, 25-75 km in Diameter?
2954Yusuf Sinan HusrevogluOSOS065 4207
4255
4532
4540
A Modeling Study of the Seasonal Changes of Sea Ice in the Ross Sea, Antarctica
2257John HuthnanceOSOS010 3025
3050
4512
4524
Imaging the Time Dependence of Water Boundaries in the Faroe-Shetland Channel
565Adriana HuyerOSOS072 4219
4279
4516
4815
CUEA to GLOBEC: Oregon Coastal Upwelling Under Spatially Varying Winds
616Bill HuynhOSOS033 480
Building a Scalable Sensor Management Framework
39Dennis HwangOSOS007 468
4564
6344
6620
6699
Coastal Hazard Mitigation - Strategies for New Development and Disaster Recovery
634Jeomshik HwangOSOS070 408
428
454
4805
4850
Radiocarbon ages of particulate and sedimentary organic matter on the New England Slope
876Paul A HwangOSOS043 4504
4560
4572
Spectral properties of intermediate-scale ocean surface waves
3185Jason HyattOSOS046 4207
4504
4540
4544
4572
Motion and mixing in the upper ocean beneath sea ice in the near-inertial band: observations and models.
2902Nathaniel HydeOSOS110 4255
4263
4534
From Rapid-Deployment Forecasts to Robust 3D Circulation Simulations: the Case of the Coos Bay Estuary, OR
589Patrick HyderOSOS111 4263
4532
4534
4562
4815
Towards Improved Real-Time Forecast Modelling for the NW European Shelf Seas
2967Toni-Ann HyltonOSOS115 1699
Marine Toxins in Pharmaceuticals

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