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Temperature Regulation of Nitrate-Respiring Microbial Communities in Permanently Cold Arctic Sediments
Temperature Regulation of Nitrate-Respiring Microbial Communities in Permanently Cold Arctic Sediments
Caffeine as an Anthropogenic Source Indicator in Freshwater and Marine Systems
Caffeine as an Anthropogenic Source Indicator in Freshwater and Marine Systems
Biostratigraphy and Paleoecology of the Calvert Formation, Eastern Maryland
Biostratigraphy and Paleoecology of the Calvert Formation, Eastern Maryland
Are Subterranean Estuaries a Source of Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) to the Coastal Ocean?
Are Subterranean Estuaries a Source of Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) to the Coastal Ocean?
Using Changes in Biomass and Productivity to Discern Anthropogenic Impacts in Aquatic Ecosystems
Using Changes in Biomass and Productivity to Discern Anthropogenic Impacts in Aquatic Ecosystems
New Dynamical Explanation for the Abrupt Temperature Rise in the Beginning of the Holocene
New Dynamical Explanation for the Abrupt Temperature Rise in the Beginning of the Holocene
Robustness of the Heat Released from the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Cell to the Atmosphere
Robustness of the Heat Released from the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Cell to the Atmosphere
Bering Strait and the Southern Ocean Winds' Grip on the World Climate
Bering Strait and the Southern Ocean Winds' Grip on the World Climate
Estimation of the Effect of Eddies on Coastal El Niño Flows Using along-Track Satellite Altimeter Data
Estimation of the Effect of Eddies on Coastal El Niño Flows Using along-Track Satellite Altimeter Data
High-Resolution Calcareous Nannofossil Biostratigraphic Applications
High-Resolution Calcareous Nannofossil Biostratigraphic Applications
Aerosol Iron Solubility
Aerosol Iron Solubility
Dissolved Iron(II) in the Pacific Ocean
Dissolved Iron(II) in the Pacific Ocean
Impacts of Deep-Sea Carbon Sequestration and of Ciliate Epibionts on Harpacticoid          Copepods
Impacts of Deep-Sea Carbon Sequestration and of Ciliate Epibionts on Harpacticoid Copepods