Recent Publications (as of August 1, 2019)

The following are the twenty most recent publications assigned a SOEST number. For a longer list of recent publications and downloadable PDFs of current and past contribution lists please go to www.soest.hawaii.edu/Illust/contrib.list.html.

10736   Lackey, J., G. Moore, and C. Regalla, 2019, Tectonic influences on trench slope basin development via structural restoration along the outer Nankai accretionary prism, southwest Japan, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst. (in press).

10737   Shih, J. L., et al. [K. E. Selph, N. J. Wallsgrove, B. N. Popp], 2019, Trophic ecology of the tropical Pacific sponge Mycale grandis inferred from amino acid compound specific isotopic analyses, Micro. Ecol. (in press).

10738   Howe, B. M., et al. [R. Butler, D. S. Luther], 2019, SMART Cables for observing the global ocean: Science and implementation, Front. Mar. Sci., HIGP-2387 (in press).

10739   Vivier, F., C. Guinet, and T. Jeanniard-du-Dot, 2019, Defining areas of intensive foraging activity for a top marine predator, the Antarctic fur seal: Compromises between effort and accuracy, Mar. Mam. Sci., 1-9, HIMB-1763, https://doi.org/10.1111/mms.12635.

10740   Taylor, B., 2019, Shoreline slope breaks revise understanding of Hawaiian shield volcanoes evolution, Geochem. Geophys. Geosyst. (in press).

10741   Berryman, E. J., D. Zhang, B. Wunder, and T.S. Duffy, 2019, Compressibility of synthetic Mg-Al tourmalines to 60 GPa, Am. Mineral., 104(7), 1005-1015, HIGP-2388.

10742   Zhang, J., et al. [D. Zhang], 2019, Tunable photoluminescence and an enhanced photoelectric response of Mn2+-doped CsPbCl3 perovskite nanocrystals via pressure-induced structure evolution, Nanoscale, 11, 11660-11670, HIGP-2389.

10743   Qin, F., et al. [D. Zhang], 2019, Pressure-induced dehydration of dioptase: A single-crystal X-ray diffraction and Raman spectroscopy study, C. R. Geosci., 351, 121-128, HIGP-2390.

10744   Zhu, S.-C., et al. [D. Zhang], 2019, Structure-controlled oxygen concentration in Fe2O3 and FeO2, Inorg. Chem., 58, 5476-5482, HIGP-2391.

10745   Liu, L., et al. [D. Zhang], 2019, Pressure-induced magnetovolume effect in CoCrFeAl high-entropy alloy, Commun. Phys, 2, 42, HIGP-2392.

10746   Howe, B. M., et al., 2019, Observing the oceans acoustically, Front. Mar. Sci. (in press).

10747   Conroy, J. L., C. Karamperidou, D. A. Grimley, and W. R. Guenthner, 2019, Surface winds across eastern and mid-continental North America during the Last Glacial Maximum: A new data-model assessment, Quat. Sci. Rev. (in press).

10748   Cunha, R. L., et al. [Z. H. Forsman, R. J. Toonen], 2019, Rare coral under the genomic microscope: timing and relationships among Hawaiian Montipora, BMC Evol. Biol., HIMB-1765 (in press).

10749   Terraneo, T. I., et al. [Z. H. Forsman], 2019, Environmental latitudinal gradients and host specificity shape Symbiodiniaceae distribution in Red Sea Porites corals, J. Biogeogr., HIMB-1766 (in press).

10750   Chen, M., T. Li, and X. Wang, 2019, Asymmetry of atmospheric responses over the northwest Pacific to two-type La Niña and El Niño, J. Meteorol. Res. (in press).

10751   Sun, W., et al. [B. Wang], 2019, Northern Hemisphere land monsoon precipitation increased by the Green Sahara during mid-Holocene, Geophys. Res. Lett., doi: 10.1029/2019GL082116.

10752   Schloesser, F., T. Friedrich, A. Timmermann, R. M. DeConto, and D. Pollard, 2019, Antarctic iceberg impacts on future southern hemisphere climate, Nat. Clim. Change (in press).

10753   Johnson, H. L., P. Cessi, D. P. Marshall, F. Schloesser and M. A. Spall, 2019, Recent contributions of theory to our understanding of the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation, J. Geophys. Res.-Oceans (in press).

10754   Drazen, J. C., et al. [A. Leitner], 2019, Observations of deep-sea fishes and mobile scavengers from the abyssal DISCOL experimental mining area, Biogeosci. (in press).

10755   McMurtry, G. M., L. A. Dasilveira, E. L. Horn, J. R. DeLuze, and J. E. Blessing, 2019, High3He/4He ratios in lower East Rift Zone steaming vents precede a new phase of Kilauea 2018 eruption by 8 months, Sci. Rep. (in press).