Recent Publications (as of May 18, 2017)

The following are the twenty most recent publications assigned SOEST numbers. 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.

9997      Trang, D., P. G. Lucey, and N. R. Izenberg, 2017, Radiative transfer modeling of MESSENGER VIRS spectra: Detection and mapping of submicroscopic iron and carbon, Icarus, HIGP-2256 (in press).

9998      Youngs, M. K., A. F. Thompson, A. Lazar, and K. J. Richards, 2017, ACC meanders, energy transfer and mixed barotropic-baroclinic instability, J. Phys. Oceanogr. (in press).

9999      Amon, D., et al. [A. F. Ziegler, C. R. Smith], 2017, Megafauna of the UKSRL exploration contract area and eastern ClarionClipperton Zone in the Pacific Ocean: Echinodermata, Biodiv. Data J. (in press).

10000   Zhang, C., K. Hamilton, and Y. Wang, 2017, Monitoring and projecting snow on Hawaii Island, Earth’s Future (in press).

10001   Hanf, F. S., H. Annamalai, A. Rinke, and K. Dethloff. 2017, South Asian summer monsoon breaks: Process-based diagnostics in HIRHAM5, J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos. (in press).

10002   Chang, H.-L., B. G. Brown, P.-S. Chu, Y.-C. Liou, and W.-H. Wang, 2017, Nowcast guidance of afternoon convection initiation for Taiwan, Weather Forecast. (accepted).

10003   Lago, L. S., et al. [L. R. Etcheverry], 2017, Improved sea surface height from satellite altimetry in coastal zones: A case study in southern Patagonia, Remote Sens. Environ. (in press).

10004   Rodgers, K., K. Bahr, and A. R. Dona, 2017, Patterns of bleaching and mortality following widespread warming events in 2014 and 2015 at the Hanauma Bay Nature Preserve, Hawai’i, PeerJ, HIMB-1684 (in press).

10005   Putnam, H. M., K. L. Barott, T. D. Ainsworth, and R. D. Gates, The vulnerability and resilience of reef-building corals, Current Biol., HIMB-1685 (in press).

10006   Dutton, A., et al. [K. H. Rubin], 2017, Data reporting standards for publication of U-series data for geochronology and timescale assessment in the earth sciences, Quat. Geochronol., 39, 42-149.

10007   Shorttle, O., J. F. Rudge, J. Maclennan, and K. H. Rubin, 2016, A statistical description of concurrent mixing and crystallization during MORB differentiation: Implications for trace element enrichment, J. Petrology, 57(11-12), 2127-2162, doi: 10.1093/petrology/egw056.

10008   Leitner, A. B., A. Neuheimer, E. Donlon, C. R. Smith, and J. C. Drazen, 2017, Environmental and bathymetric influences on abyssal bait-attending communities of the Clarion Clipperton Zone, Deep Sea Res. I (in press).

10009   Zhang, C., and Y. Wang, 2017, Projected future changes of tropical cyclone activity over the western north and south Pacific in a 20-km-mesh regional climate model, J. Climate, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-16-0597.1.

10010   Wu, Y.-K., L. Chen, C.-C. Hong, T. Li, C.-T. Chen, and L. Wang, 2017, Role of the meridional dipole of SSTA and associated cross-equatorial flow in the tropical eastern Pacific in terminating the 2014 El Niño development, Clim. Dyn., doi : 10.1007/s00382-017-3710-1.

10011   Luo, X., and B. Wang, 2017, Predictability and prediction of the total number of winter extremely cold days over China, Clim. Dyn. (in press).

10012   Jungbluth, M. J., K. E. Selph, P. H. Lenz, and E. Goetze, 2017, Species-specific grazing and significant trophic impacts by two species of copepod nauplii, Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. (in press).

10013   Jungbluth, M. J., K. E. Selph, P. H. Lenz, and E. Goetze, 2017, Incubation duration effects on copepod naupliar grazing experiments, J. Exper. Mar. Biol. Ecol. (in press).

10014   Shuler, C. K., A. I. El-Kadi, H. Dulai, C. R. Glenn, and J. Fackrell, 2017, Source partitioning of anthropogenic groundwater nitrogen in a mixed-use landscape, Tutuila, American Samoa, Hydrogeol. J. (in press).

10015   Zhu, Z., and T. Li, 2017, Extended-range forecasting of Chinese summer surface air temperature and heat waves, Clim. Dyn. (in press).

10016   Bai, Y., T. Lay, K. F. Cheung, and L. Ye, 2017, Two regions of seafloor deformation generated the tsunami for the 13 November 2016, Kaikoura, New Zealand earthquake, Geophys. Res. Lett., 44, doi: 10.1002/2017GL073717 (in press).