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  • Gittings, J. A., D. E. Raitsos, M. Kheireddine, M.-F. Racault, H. Claustre and I. Hoteit (2019). Evaluating tropical phytoplankton phenology metrics using contemporary tools. Scientific reports, 9: 674, doi: 10.1038/s41598-018-37370-4.​
Keywords:
Phytoplankton growth, Ocean-colour remote sensing, Red Sea
  • SP Tiwari, N Zarokanellos; M. Kheireddine; P. Shanmugam; and B. H. Jones (2018). Particulate absorption properties in the Red Sea from hyperspectral particulate absorption spectra. Remote Sensing Applications: Society and Environment, 10, 70 81doi:10.1016/j.rsase.2018.03.004.​
Keywords:
Red Sea, Particulate absorption properties, Phytoplankton absorption coefficient, Phytoplankton biomass, TARA Oceans expedition
  • Kheireddine, M; M. Ouhssain; M. Ll. Calleja, X. G. Morán; Y.V.B Sarma, S. P. Tiwari, and B. H. Jones (2018). Characterization of light absorption by chromophoric dissolved organic matter (CDOM) in the upper layer of the Red Sea. Deep Sea Research part I, 133, 72-84, doi: 10.1016/j.dsr.2018.02.001.​
Keywords:
Red Sea, Chromophoric dissolved organic matter, Light absorption, Spatial distribution
  • Kheireddine, M; M. Ouhssain; E. Organelli; A. Bricaud and B. H. Jones (2018). Light absorption by suspended particles in the Red Sea: effect of phytoplankton community size structure and pigment composition. Journal of Geophysical Research, 123, doi: 10.1002/2017JC013279
Keywords:
Phytoplankton Absorption, Red Sea, Phytoplankton size, Pigment Composition
  • Kheired

    dine, M., Ouhssain, M., Claustre, H., Uitz, J., Gentili, B., Jones, B.H. (2017). Assessing Pigment-Based Phytoplankton Community Distributions in the Red Sea. Frontiers in Marine Science Vol. 4 DOI=10.3389/fmars.2017.00132    

Keywords:
Phytoplankton community composition, primary production, Red Sea
  • Zarokanellos, N. D., Kürten, B., Churchill, J. H., Roder, C., Voolstra, C. R., Abualnaja, Y. and Jones, B. H. (Accepted 2017), Physical Mechanisms Routing Nutrients in the Central Red Sea. J. Geophys. Res. Oceans. Accepted Author Manuscript. doi:10.1002/2017JC013017

Keywords:
Eastern boundary current; Eddy pair; Gulf of Aden Surface Water (GASW); Gulf of Aden Intermediate Water (GAIW); Central Red Sea (CRS)
  • Ruiz-Compean, P., Ellis J., Cúrdia, J., Payumo, R., Langner, U., Jones, B., Carvalho, S. (2017). Baseline evaluation of sediment contamination in the shallow coastal areas of Saudi Arabian Red Sea. Mar Pollut Bull. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.08.059.

Keywords:
Background contaminant levels; Contamination; Data poor regions; Marine sediments; Metals; Microplastics; Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons
  • ​Zarokanellos, N. D., Papadopoulos, V.P., Sofianos, S.S., Jones, B.H. 2017. Physical and biological characteristics of the winter-summer transition in the Central Red Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research (Oceans) 122. DOI: 10.1002/2017JC012882.
Keywords:
Red Sea, winter-summer transition, eddy, mesoscale processes
  • Pearman JK, Ellis JI, Irigoien X, Sarma YVB, Jones B, Carvalho SA 2017. Microbial planktonic communities in the subtropical Red Sea show high levels of spatial and temporal variability shaped by nutrient availability and turbulence. Scientific Reports. DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-06928-z
Keywords:
Red Sea, Microbial Planktonic Communities, Subtropical, Nutrients, Turbulence, Spatial Variability, Temporal Variability
  • Seegers, B., E. Teel, R. M. Kudela, D. A. Caron, and B. H. Jones, 2017. Glider and remote sensing perspective of the upper layer response to an extended shallow coastal diversion​ of municipal wastewater effluent. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 186: 198-208. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2016.06.019.
Keywords:
Phytoplankton; Waste-water treatment; Sewage; Outfalls; AUVs; Southern California Bight
  • ​Kürten B., Al-Aidaroos A.M., Kürten S., El-Sherbiny M.M., Devassy R.P., Struck U., Zarokanellos N., Jones B.H., Hansen T., Bruss G., Sommer U., 2016. Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope ratios of pelagic zooplankton elucidate ecohydrographic features in the oligotrophic Red Sea, Progress in Oceanography, 140, 69-90, doi: 10.1016./j.pocean.2015.11.003.
Keywords:
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  • ​Tiwari S. P., Sarma Y.V.B., Jones B.H., 2016. Evaluation of downwelling diffuse attenuation coefficient algorithms in the Red Sea. Proceedings: Remote Sensing of the Oceans and Inland Waters: Techniques, Applications, and Challenges, SPIE, New Delhi, India, doi:10.1117/12.2222823.
Keywords:
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  • Pearman J.K., Kuerten S., Sarma Y.V.B., Jones B.H., Carvalho S., 2016. Biodiversity patterns of plankton assemblages at the extremes of the Red Sea. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 92: fiw002.

Keywords:
microbial ecology; phytoplankton; amplicon sequencing; diatoms; Red Sea
Keywords:
Phytoplankton; Ocean colour; Remote sensing; Chlorophyll; Red Sea; Validation; Coloured dissolved organic matter
  • Jones, B., E. Teel, B. Seegers, and M. Ragan (2015), Observing, Monitoring and Evaluating the Effects of Discharge Plumes in Coastal Regions, in Intakes and Outfalls for Seawater Reverse-Osmosis Desalination Facilities, edited by T. Missimer, B. Jones and T. Pankrantz, Springer International Publishing, Switzerland, doi:10.1007/978-3-319-13203-7_22.​

Keywords:
Discharge, marine, coastal, observing, monitoring, evaluating
  • Seegers, B. N., J. M. Birch, R. Marin, C. A. Scholin, D. A. Caron, E. L. Seubert, M. D. A. Howard, G. L. Robertson, and B. H. Jones (2015), Subsurface seeding of surface harmful algal blooms observed through the integration of autonomous gliders, moored environmental sample processors, and satellite remote sensing in southern California, Limnology and Oceanography, n/a-n/a, doi:10.1002/lno.10082.​

Keywords:
algal blooms, AUV, remote sensing, gliders, California, limnology
  • Ansari, M. I., M. Harb, B. Jones, and P. Y. Hong (2015), Molecular-based approaches to characterize coastal microbial community and their potential relation to the trophic state of Red Sea, Scientific Reports, 5, doi:Artn 9001

    Doi 10.1038/Srep09001.​

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Keywords:
Microbial, Red Sea, marine, trophic state, molecular
  • Augustin N, Schmidt M, Devey CW, Al-Aidaroos AM, Kürten B,  et al. (2014) The Jeddah Transect Project: Extensive mapping of the Red Sea Rift. InterRidge News 12/2014; 22:68-73​

Keywords:
Jeddah Transect, mapping, Red Sea, marine, Kürten
  • Caron, D. A., et al. (2014), Response of the phytoplankton and bacterial communities during a wastewater effluent diversion into nearshore coastal waters, Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science​

Keywords:
Phytoplankton, bacterial communities, wastewater effluent, coastal waters, marine, Jones
  • Howard, M. D., K. McLaughlin, J. Smith, B. Seegers, D. A. Caron, A. G. Gellene, B. H. Jones, M. Mengel, G. L. Roberston, and E. Seubert (2014a), Widespread assimilation of anthropogenic nitrogen from wastewater effluent evident in particulate organic matter, zooplankton and toxic blooms in coastal Southern California, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science​

Keywords:
Anthropogenic, nitrogen, wastewater effluent, particulate organic matter, zooplankton, toxic blooms, Southern California, Jones
  • Howard, M. D. A., M. Sutula, D. Caron, Y. Chao, J. Farrara, H. Frenzel, B. Jones, G. Robertson, K. McLaughlin, and A. Sengupta (2014b), Anthropogenic nutrient sources rival natural sources on small scales in the coastal waters of the Southern California Bight, Limnology and Oceanography, 59(1), 285-297, doi:10.4319/lo.2014.59.1.0285.​

Keywords:
Coastal, marine, Southern California, Anthropogenic, Jones
  • Farrara, J. D., Y. Chao, H. Zhang, D. Caron, M. D. Howard, B. H. Jones, G. L. Roberston, P. Rogowski, B. Seegers, and E. Teel (2014), Oceanographic Conditions during the OCSD Diversion Experiment as Revealed by Observations and Model Simulations, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, in revision.​

Keywords:
Oceanographic conditions, OCSD Diversion, Observations, Model Simulations
  • ​Reifel K. M., Corcoran A.A., Cash C., Shipe R., Jones B.H., 2013. Effects of a surfacing effluent plume on a coastal phytoplankton community. Continental Shelf Research 60: 38-50, doi: 10.1016/J.Csr.2013.4.012
Keywords:
Akashiwo sanguinea; Cochlodinium sp.; Lingulodinium polyedrum; Coastal water quality; Wastewater; Pacific Ocean
  • ​Schnetzer A., Jones B.H., Schaffner R.A., Cetinic I., Fitzpatrick E., Miller P.E., Seubert E., Caron D., 2013. Coastal upwelling linked to toxic Pseudo-nitzschia australis blooms in Los Angeles coastal waters, 2005 – 2007. Journal of Plankton Research, doi:10.1093/plankt/fbt051.
Keywords:
Domoic acid; Pseudo-nitzschia; Southern California; Coastal upwelling; River discharge
  • Seubert E.L, Gellene A.G., Howard M.D.A., Connell P., Ragan M., Jones B.H., Runuan J., Caron D.A., 2013. Seasonal and annual dynamics of harmful algae and algal toxins revealed through weekly monitoring at two coastal ocean sites off southern California, USA. Environ Sci Pollut Res 20(10):
    6878-6895, doi: 10.1007/S11356-012-1420-0.
Keywords:
Harmful algal bloom; Pseudo-nitzschia; Domoic acid; Bloom definition; Time series; Microalgae
  • Kim, S. Y., et al. (2013), Poleward propagating subinertial alongshore surface currents off the US West Coast, Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 118(12), 6791-6806, doi:Doi 10.1002/Jgrc.20400.​

Keywords:
Surface currents, USA, West Coast, marine, Jones