Recent Publications (as of January 16, 2020)

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.

10872   Basher, M., S. Islam, M. Stiller-Reeve, and P.-S. Chu, 2019, Changes in future rainfall extremes over northeast Bangladesh: A Bayesian model averaging approach, Int. J. Climatol. (in press).

10873   Egan, M. J., T. E. Acosta-Maeda, S. M. Angel, and S. K. Sharma, 2019, One mirror, one grating spatial heterodyne spectromenter for remote sensing Raman spectroscopy, J. Raman Spectrosc., HIGP-2408 (in press).

10874   Sharma, S. K., et al. [J. N. Porter, A. K. Misra, T. E. Acosta-Maeda], 2019, Standoff Raman spectroscopy for future Europa lander missions, J. Raman Spectrosc., HIGP-2409 (in press).

10875   Drury, C., 2020, Resilience in reef-building corals: the ecological and evolutionary importance of the host response to thermal stress, Molec. Ecol., HIMB-1778 (in press).

10876   Franklin, E. C., A. E. Gray, and B. C. Mundy, 2019, Three new records of fishes for the Hawaiian Islands. J. Ocean Sci. Found., HIMB-1779 (in press).

10877   Wang, Y., C. He, and T. Li, 2020, Impact of global warming on western North Pacific circulation anomaly during developing El Niño, J. Climate (in press).

10878   Sommer, R. M., and R. H. Cowie, 2020, Invasive traits of veronicellid slugs in the Hawaiian Islands and temperature response suggesting possible range shifts under a changing climate, J. Mollus. Stud. (in press).

10879   Santiago-Mandujano, F., et al. [R. Lukas, J. Snyder], 2019, Hydrographic observations at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Hawaii Ocean Time-series Site: 2017-2018, Data Report #14, 117 pp.

10880   Jury, C. P., M. Delano, and R. J. Toonen, 2020, High heritability of coral calcification rates and adaptation to ocean acidification, Sci. Rep., HIMB-1780 (in press).

10881   Wang, B., X. Luo, and J. Liu, 2020, How robust is Asian Precipitation-ENSO relationship during the industrial warming period (1901–2017)? J. Climate (in press).

10882   Schramek, T. A., et al. [S. J. Rowley], 2019, Tropical Western Pacific thermal structure and its relationship to ocean surface variables: a numerical state estimate and forereef temperature records, Oceanogr., 32(4), 156-163, doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2019.421.

10883   Freeman, L., et al. [S. J. Rowley], 2019, Combined passive acoustic and video monitoring of coral reefs to better understand reef soundscapes and multispecies interactions, J. Acoust. Soc. Am., 146(4), 2938.

10884   Bowen, B. W., et al. [Z. H. Forsman, R. J. Toonen], 2020, Species radiations in the sea: What the flock? J. Hered. (in press).

10885   Capel, K., et al. [Z. H. Forsman, R. J. Toonen], 2020, Atlantia, a new Dendrophylliidae genus (Cnidaria, Anthozoa, Scleractinia) from Eastern Atlantic, PeerJ, HIMB-1781 (in press).

10886   Zhao, S., et al. [M. F. Stuecker, F.-F. Jin, J. Feng, H.-L. Ren, W. Zhang, and J. Li , 2020, Improved predictability of the Indian Ocean Dipole using a stochastic-dynamical model compared to the North American multi-model ensemble forecast, Wea. Forecast. (in press).

10887   James, A. K., et al. [C. E. Nelson], 2020, An island mass effect resolved near Mo‘orea, French Polynesia, Front. Mar. Sci. (in press).

10888   Richter, J., et al. [K. Hamilton], 2020, Response of the quasi-biennial oscillation to a warming climate in global climate models, Quart. J. Roy. Meteorol. Soc. (in press).

10889   Nicol, C., et al. [L. Bejder], 2020, Anthropogenic threats to wild cetacean welfare and a tool to inform policy in this area, Front. Vet. Sci., HIMB-1783 (in press).

10890   Bahr, K., T. Tran, C. Jury, and R. Toonen, 2020, Abundance, size, and survival of recruits of the reef coral Pocillopora acuta under ocean warming and acidification, PLOS ONE, HIMB-1784 (in press).

10891   Coffey, D. M., M. A. Royer, C. G. Meyer, and K. N. Holland, 2020, Diel patterns in swimming behavior of a vertically migrating deepwater shark, the bluntnose sixgill (Hexanchus griseus), PLOS ONE (in press).