Recent Publications (as of August 3, 2018)

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.

10409     Counsell, C. W. W., M. J. Donahue, K. F. Edwards, E. C. Franklin, and M. A. Hixon, 2018, Variation in coral-associated cryptofaunal communities across spatial scales and environmental gradients, Coral Reefs, HIMB-1731 (in press).

10410     Chen, C., and B. Wang, 2018, Effects of enhanced front Walker cell on the eastward propagation of the MJO, J. Climate (in press).

10411     Sprogis, K., et al. [L. Bejder], 2018, Sex-specific differences in seasonal habitat use of a coastal dolphin population, Biodivers. Conserv., HIMB-1732 (in press).

10412     Shi, H., B. Wang, E. R. Cook, J. Liu, and F. Liu, 2018, Asian summer precipitation over the past 544 years reconstructed by merging tree rings and historical documentary records, J. Climate, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0003.1 (in press).

10413     Cao, J., et al. [B. Wang, Y.-M. Yang], 2018, The NUIST Earth System Model (NESM) version 3: Description and preliminary evaluation, Geosci. Model Develop. (in press).

10414     Butler, R., 2018, High-frequency (>100 Hz) earthquakes north of Moloka’i detected on the seafloor at the Aloha Cabled Observatory, Bull. Seis. Soc. Amer., HIGP-2353 (in press).

10415     Kim, K., O. Francis, and E. Yamashita, 2018, Learning to build resilience into transportation systems, Transp. Res. Rec., doi: 10.1177/0361198118786622 (in press).

10416     Wang, C., B. Wang and L. Wu, 2018, Abrupt breakdown of the predictability of early season typhoon frequency at the beginning of the 21st century, Clim. Dyn., doi: 10.1007/s00382-018-4350-9 (in press).

10417     Miyakawa, T., and K. Kikuchi, 2018, CINDY2011/DYNAMO Madden-Julian oscillation successfully reproduced in global cloud/cloud-system resolving simulations despite weak tropical wavelet power, Sci. Rep. (in press).

10418     Diao, Y.-F., T. Li, and P.-C. Hsu, 2018, Influence of the boreal summer intraseasonal oscillation on extreme temperature events in the northern hemisphere, J. Meteorol. Res. (in press).

10419     Ingels, J., R. B. Aronson, C. R. Smith, 2018, The scientific response to Antarctic ice-shelf loss, Nat. Clim. Change (in press).

10420     Huffmyer, A. M. and J. D. Lemus, 2018, Graduate TA teaching behaviors impact student achievement in a research based undergraduate science course, J. Coll. Sci. Teach. (in press).

10421     Forsman, Z. H., et al. [K. Hughes, K. Rodgers, I. S. S. Knapp, E. Franklin, R. D. Gates, R. J. Toonen], 2018, The first Hawai’i workshop for coral restoration and nurseries, Mar. Policy (in press).

10422     Ma, C., M. Peng, T. Li, and Y. Sun, 2018, Effects of background state on tropical cyclone size over the western north Pacific and northern Atlantic, Clim. Dyn., HIMB-1734 (in press).

10423     Chen Y. L., J. Chu, C-S. Chen, C.-C. Tu and P.-L. Lin, 2018, Analysis and simulations of a heavy rainfall event over northern Taiwan during 11-12 June 2012, Mon. Wea. Rev., doi:10.1175/MWR-D-18-0001.1.

10424     Lai, X., et al. [D. Zhang, Y. Hu, G. Finkelstein, P. Dera, B. Chen], 2018, Anisotropic thermoelastic properties of Fe7C3 at high pressures by single-crystal x-ray diffraction, Am. Mineral., HIGP-2354 (in press).

10425     Wang, Y.-H., C. He, and T. Li, 2018, Decadal change in the relationship between East Asian spring circulation and ENSO: Is it modulated by Pacific Decadal Oscillation? Int. J. Climatol., doi: 10.1002/joc.5793 (in press).

10426     He, C., and T. Li, 2018, Does global warming amplify interannual climate variability? Clim. Dyn., doi: 10.1007/s00382-018-4286-0 (in press).

10427     Ma, H., T. Li, Z. Jiang, and P. Gu, 2018, Unexpected large-scale atmospheric response to urbanization in East China, Clim. Dyn., doi: 10.1007/s00382-018-4380-3 (in press).

10428     Xu, C., and Z. Huang, 2018, A dual-functional wave-power plant for wave-energy extraction and shore protection: A wave-flume study, Appl. Energy (in press).