Recent Publications (as of October 11, 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

10451   Copus, J. M., W. L. Montgomery, Z. H. Forsman, B. W. Bowen, and R. J. Toonen, 2018, Geopolitical species revisited: genomic and morphological data indicate that the roundtail chub Gila robusta species complex (Teleostei, Cyprinidae) is a single species, PeerJ, HIMB-1737 (in press).

10452   Gallego, M. A., A. Timmermann, T. Friedrich, and R. E. Zeebe, 2018, Drivers of future seasonal cycle changes in oceanic pCO2, Biogeosci., 15, 5315-5327, doi: 10.5194/bg-15-5315-2018.

10453   Chen, G., and B. Wang, 2018, Dynamic moisture mode versus moisture mode in MJO dynamics: Importance of the wave feedback and boundary layer convergence feedback, Clim. Dyn. (in press).

10454   Yu, H., T. Li, and P. Liu, 2018, Influence of ENSO on frequency of wintertime fog days in Eastern China, Clim. Dyn. (in press).

10455   Früh-Green, G. L., et al. [E. Herrero-Bervera], 2018, Magmatism, serpentinization and life: Insights through drilling the Atlantis Massif (IODP Expedition 357), Lithos, HIGP-2358 (in press).

10456   Wang, L., T. Li, and L. Chen, 2018, Modulation of the Madden-Julian oscillation on the energetics of wintertime synoptic-scale disturbances, Clim. Dyn., doi: 10.1007/s00382-018-4447-1.

10457   Park, J.-H., and T. Li, 2018, Interdecadal modulation of El Niño-Tropical North Atlantic teleconnection by the Atlantic Multi-Decadal Oscillation, Clim. Dyn. (in press).

10458   Park, J.-H., J.-S. Kug, T. Li, and S. Behera, 2018, Predicting El Niño beyond 1-year lead: Effect of western hemisphere warm pool, Sci. Rep. (in press).

10459   Jicha, B.R., M. O. Garcia, and P. Wessel, 2018, Mid-Cenozoic Pacific plate motion change: Implications for the Northwest Hawaiian Ridge and circum-Pacific, Geology, 46, 1-4,

10460   Moon, J.-Y., B. Wang, S.-S. Lee, and K.-J. Ha, 2018, An intraseasonal genesis potential index for tropical cyclones during northern hemisphere summer, J. Climate, doi: 10.1175/JCLI-D-18-0515.1.

10461   Thordarson, T., and M. O. Garcia, 2018, Variance of the flexure model predictions with rejuvenated volcanism at Kilauea Point, Kaua’i, Hawai’i, Front. Earth Sci. Volcanol.,

10462   Yang, Y.-M., and B. Wang, 2018, Improving MJO simulation by enhancing the interaction between boundary layer convergence and lower tropospheric heating, Clim Dyn., doi: (in press).

10463   Acosta-Maeda, T. E., et al. [A. K. Misra, S. K. Sharma], 2018, Stand-off detection of amino acids and nucleic bases using a compact instrument as a tool for search for life, Lidar Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring XVI, Proc. SPIE, HIGP-2359 (in press).

10464   Egan, M. J., S. K. Sharma, and T. E. Acosta-Maeda, 2018, Modified spatial heterodyne Raman spectrometer for remote-sensing analysis of organics, Lidar Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring XVI, Proc. SPIE, HIGP-2360 (in press).

10465   Sharma, S. K., J. N. Porter, A. K. Misra, and T. E. Acosta-Maeda, 2018, Multiwavelength scanning standoff time-resolved Raman system for planetary exploration and environmental monitoring, Lidar Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring XVI, Proc. SPIE, HIGP-2361 (in press).

10466   Sandford, M., P. Lucey, X. Sun, and D. Cremons, 2018, A spectrographic received for laser spectrometers, Lidar Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring XVI, Proc. SPIE, HIGP-2362 (in press).

10467   Uieda, L., 2018, Verde: Processing and gridding spatial data using Green’s functions, J. Open Sourc. Soft., 3(29), 957,

10468   Misra, A. K., et al. [T. E. Acosta-Maeda, J. Porter, M. J. Egan, M. Sandford, P. J. Gasda, S. K. Sharma, P. Lucey], 2018, “Standoff biofinder”: Powerful “search for life” instrument for planetary exploration, Lidar Remote Sensing for Environmental Monitoring XVI, Proc. SPIE, HIGP-2363 (in press).

10469   Reyes, F. R., M. A. Engle, L. Jin, M. A. Jacobs, and J. G. Konter, 2018, Hydrogeochemical controls on brackish groundwater and its suitability for use in hydraulic fracturing: The Dockum Aquifer, Midland Basin, Texas, Environ. Geosci., 25, 37-63, doi: 10.1306/eg.01241817017.

10470   Yang, Q., et al. [R. H. Cowie, K. A. Hayes], 2018, Invisible apple snail invasions: importance of continued vigilance and rigorous taxonomic assessments, Pest Manage. Sci. (in press).