SOEST Contribution List (as of December 1, 2022)

11566 Motta, L. C., et al. [B. N. Popp, J. C. Drazen], 2022, Mercury isotopic evidence for the importance of particles as a source of mercury to marine organisms, PNAS (in press).

11567     Goulding, T. C., et al. [N. W. Yeung], 2022, Tiny snails with large distributions: systematics and delimitation of the Pacific land snails Pacificella and Lamellidea (Stylommatophora: Achatinellidae: Pacificellinae), Bull. Soc. System. Biol. (accepted).

11568     Glarou, M., et al. [F. Vivier], 2022, Estimating body mass of sperm whales from aerial photographs, Mar. Mamm. Sci., HIMB-1903 (in press).

11569     McPhaden, M. and C. Karamperidou, 2022, La Niña came to Eden, Bull. Amer. Meteorol. Soc. (in press).

11570     Majerová, E., and C. Drury, 2022, Thermal preconditioning in a reef-building coral alleviates oxidative damage through a BI-1-mediated antioxidant response, Front. Mar. Sci. , HIMB-1904 (in press).

11571     Wang, T., and T. Li, 2022, Diversity of MJO initiation regions and processes, J. Climate, doi:10.1175/JCLI-D-21-0816.1 (in press).

11572     Nagano, A., et al. [K. J. Richards], 2022, Coupled atmosphere-ocean variations on timescales of days observed in the western tropical Pacific warm pool during mid-March 2020, J. Geophys. Res.-Oceans (in press).

11573     Barone, B., R. M. Letelier, K. H. Rubin, and D. M. Karl, 2022, Satellite detection of a massive phytoplankton bloom following the 2022 submarine eruption of the Hunga Tonga-Hunga Haʻapai volcano, Geophys. Res. Lett., 49(17), e2022GL099293,

11574 Bell III, J. F., et al. [S. A. Fagents], 2022, Geological and Meteorological Imaging Results from the Mars 2020 Perseverance Rover in Jezero Crater. Science Advances, HIGP-2469 (in press).

11575 Cronin, M. F., et al. [C. Addey], 2022, Developing an observing air–sea interactions strategy (OASIS) for the global ocean, ICES J. Mar. Sci., fsac149,

11576 Bassett, D., et al. [G. Moore], 2022, Crustal structure of the Nankai subduction zone revealed by two decades of onshore-offshore and ocean-bottom seismic data: Implications for the dimensions and slip behavior of the seismogenic zone, J. Geophys. Res.-Solid Earth (in press).

11577 Huffmyer, A. S., T. O’Neill, and J. D. Lemus, 2022, Evidence for professional conceptualization in science as an important component of science identity, CBE – Life Sciences Education (in press).

11578 Richter, I., M. F. Stuecker, N. Takahashi, and N. Schneider, 2022, Disentangling the North Pacific Meridional Mode from tropical Pacific variability, npj Clim. Atmos. Sci. (in press).

11579 Rodrigues, L. J., and J. L. Padilla-Gamiño, 2022, Trophic provisioning and parental trade-offs lead to successful reproductive performance in corals after a bleaching event, Sci. Rep. (in press).

11580 Cowie, R. H., V. Ansdell, C. Panosian Dunavan, and R. L. Rollins, 2022, Neuroangiostrongyliasis—Global spread of an emerging tropical disease, Am. J. Trop. Med. Hyg. (in press).

11581 McDonald, K. K., C. H. Fletcher, T. R. Anderson, and S. Habel, 2022, Weekly small uncrewed aerial system surveys, structure from motion, and empirical orthogonal function analyses reveal unique modes of sediment exchange generated by seasonal and episodic phenomena: Waikīkī, Hawaiʻi. Remote Sens., 14, x,

11582 Cao, J., H. Wang, B. Wang, H. Zhao, and X. Zhu, 2022, Higher sensitivity of northern hemisphere monsoon to anthropogenic aerosol than greenhouse gases, Geophys. Res. Lett. (in press).

11583 Madin, E. M. P., K. Precoda, C. M. Roelfsema, and A. Suan, 2022, Global conservation potential in coral reef halos: Consistency over space, time, and ecosystems worldwide, Am. Nat., HIMB-1907 (in press).

11584 Cowie, R. H., B. Fontaine, and P. Bouchet, 2023, Non-marine molluscs. In Maclean, N. (ed.), The Living Planet: the State of The World’s Wildlife, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, UK (in press).

11585 S. Kim, H.-W. Kang, I.-J. Moon, S.K. kang, and P.-S. Chu, 2022, Effects of the reduced air-sea drag coefficient in high winds on the rapid intensification of tropical cyclones and bimodality of the lifetime maximum intensity, Front. Mar. Sci. (accepted).

11586 Harris, C. I., N. K. Bean, A. C. Baker, R. D. Gates, and C. Drury, 2022, Stable symbiont communities persist in parents, gametes, and larvae of Montipora capitata across historical bleaching phenotypes, Coral Reefs, HIMB-1908 (in press).

11587 Jicha, B. R., M. O. Garcia, and C. Lormand, 2022, A possible sea-level fall trigger for the youngest rejuvenated volcanism in Hawaiʻi, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull. (in press).

11588 Huffmyer, A. S., E. Majerová, N. Bean, C. I. Harris, and C. Drury, 2022, Variable intraspecific genetic diversity effects impact thermal tolerance in a reef-building coral, Coral Reefs (accepted).

11589 Wang, B., M.-Y. Lee, Z. Xie, M. Lu, and M. Pan, 2022, A new Asian/North American teleconnection linking clustered extreme precipitation from Indian to Canada, npj Clim. Atmos. Sci. (in press).

11590 Hamilton, K., 2022, Early exploration of the high latitude stratosphere Part II: Discovery of the polar night jet stream, Can. Meteorol. Oceanogr. Soc. Bull. (in press).

11591 Yi, D. L., O. Melnichenko, P. Hacker, and K. Fan, 2022, Satellite-observed time and length scales of global sea surface salinity variability: A comparison of three satellite missions, Rem. Sens., 14 (in press).

11592 Pacheco, F. C., et al. [F. Santiago-Mandujano, J. Potemra, D. Fitzgerald], 2020, Hydrographic observations at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Hawaii Ocean Time-series Site: 2019-2020 Data Report #16, 122 pp.

11593 Karamperidou C., and P. N. DiNezio, 2022, Holocene hydroclimatic variability in the tropical Pacific explained by changing ENSO diversity, Nat. Commun. (in press).

11594 Mottl, M., Michael J. Mottl, Thomas M. Mccollom, C.Geoffrey Wheat, and Patricia Fryer, 2022, Chemistry of springs across the Mariana forearc: carbon flux from the subducting plate triggered by the lawsonite-to-epidote transition? Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta (in press).

11595 Truax, K., H. Dulai, A. Misra, W. Kuhne, and P. Fuleky, 2022, Quantifying Moss Response to Metal Contaminant Exposure using Laser Induced Fluorescence, Appl. Sci. (accepted).

11596 Yang, G., and T. Li, 2022, Increased synoptic variability along the subtropical Meiyu front under global warming, Clim. Dyn., doi: 10.1007/s00382-022-06554-0 (in press).

11597 Yang, G., and T. Li, 2022, Moist baroclinic instability along the subtropical Meiyu front, J. Climate (in press).

11598 Maillard, L., J. Boucharel, M. F. Stuecker, F.-F. Jin, and L. Renault, 2022, Modulation of the Eastern Equatorial Pacific seasonal cycle by tropical instability waves, Geophys. Res. Lett. (in press).

11599 Yao, S.-L., P.-S. Chu, R. Wu, and F. Zheng, 2022: Model consistency for the underlying mechanisms for the Inter-decadal Pacific Oscillation-tropical Atlantic connection.  Environ. Res. Lett. (in press).  

11600 Copus, J. M., R. L. Pyle, B. W. Bowen, R. K. Kosaki, and J. M. Webster, 2022, The Habitat Persistence Hypothesis: A new perspective on the distribution of coral-reef organisms, Front. Biogeogr. (accepted).

11601 Frazier, A. G., et al. [M. F. Stuecker], 2022, Impact of historical climate variability on rice production in Mainland Southeast Asia across multiple scales, Anthropocene (in press).

11602 Cook, B. I., et al. [S. Coats], 2022, Megadroughts in the Common Era and the Anthropocene, Nat. Rev. Earth Environ., 3, 741–757,

11603 Li, S., et al. [S. Coats, P. Thompson], 2022, Contributions of different sea-level processes to high-tide flooding along the U.S. coastline, J. Geophys. Res.-Oceans, 127(7), e2021JC018276,

11604 Scheff, J., S. Coats, and M. M. Laguë, 2022, Why do the global warming responses of land-surface models and climatic dryness metrics disagree? Earth. Future, 10(8), e2022EF002814,

11605 Carrillo, C. M., et al. [S. Coats], 2022, Megadrought: A series of unfortunate La Niña events? J. Geophys. Res.-Atmos., 127(21), e2021JD036376,

11606 Dunn, R. A., 2022, A dual-level magmatic system beneath the East Pacific Rise, 9°N, Geophys. Res. Lett., 49, e2022GL097732,

11607 Friedlander, A. M., et al., 2022, Patterns and drivers of benthic macroinvertebrate assemblages in the kelp forests of southern Patagonia, PLoS ONE, HIMB-1910 (in press).

11608 Madariaga J. M., et al. [S. K Sharma], 2022, Homogeneity assessment of the SuperCam calibration targets onboard rover perseverance, Anal. Chim. Acta, 1209, 339837/1-15, HIGP-2470,

11609 Scheller, E. L., et al. [S. Sharma], 2022, Aqueous alteration processes Jezero crater, Mars—Implications for organic geochemistry, Science, HIGP-2471, doi: 10.1126/science.abo5204 (in press).

11610 Lechner, E., Y. Rii, K. Ruttenberg, K. Kotubetey, and C. Sabine, 2022, Assessment of CO2 and O2 spatial variability in an indigenous aquaculture system for restoration impacts, Front. Mar. Sci., doi: 10.3389/fmars.2022.1049744 (accepted).

11611 Wang, X., T. Li, and S. Yao, 2022, Distinctive rainfall evolutions in East Asia between super and regular El Niño events during their decaying summers, J. Climate (in press).

11612 Fujieki, L., F. Santiago-Mandujano, F. Carvalho Pacheco, J. Potemra, and A. White, 2022, Hawaii Ocean Time-series Data Report #32: 2020, 407 pp (in press).

11613 Jiang, L., T. Li, and Y.-G. Ham, 2022, Asymmetric impacts of El Niño and La Niña on Equatorial Atlantic warming, J. Climate (in press).

11614 Jin, C., B. Wang, and J. Liu, 2022, Why Pacific quasi-decadal oscillation has emerged since the mid-20th century, Environ. Res. Lett. (in press).

11615 Shin, N.-Y., et al. [M. F. Stuecker], 2022, More frequent central Pacific El Niño and stronger eastern Pacific El Niño in a warmer climate, npj Clim. Atmos. Sci. (in press).