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  • Zhan, P., A. C. Subramanian, F. Yao, and I. Hoteit (2014), Eddies in the Red Sea: A statistical and dynamical study, J. Geophys. Res. Oceans, 119, 3909–3925, doi:10.1002/2013JC009563.

Keywords:
Eddies, Red Sea, Statistical and dynamical study
  • ​Triantafyllou G., Yao F., Petihakis G., Tsiaras K., Raitsos D., Hoteit I. (2014). Exploring the Red Sea seasonal ecosystem functioning using a three-dimensional biophysical model. Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1002/2013JC009641.
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  • ​Yao F., Hoteit I., Pratt L., Bower A., Kohl A., Gopalakrishnan G., Rivas D. (2014). Seasonal overturning circulation in the Red Sea. Part-II: Winter circulation. Journal of Geophysical Research, doi: 10.1002/2013JC009004.
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  • ​Yao F., Hoteit I., Pratt L., Bower A., Zhai P., Kohl A., Gopalakrishnan G, 2014. Seasonal overturning circulation in the Red Sea. Part-I: Model validation and summer circulation. Journal of Geophysical Research, doi:10.1002/2013JC009331.
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  • Carvalho S., Cúrdia J., Pereira F., Guerra-García J.M., Santos M.N., Cunha M.R., 2014. Biodiversity patterns of epifaunal assemblages associated with the gorgonians Eunicella gazella and Leptogorgia lusitanica in response to host, space and time. Journal of Sea Research, 85: 37-47.
Keywords:
Biodiversity; Shallow water gorgonians; Leptogorgia lusitanica; Eunicella gazella; Epibenthic assemblage structure; Northeast Atlantic
  • Pereira P., Pablo H., Guilherme S., Carvalho S., Santos M.A., Vale C., Pacheco M., 2014. Metal accumulation and oxidative stress responses in Ulva spp. in the presence of nocturnal pulses of metals from sediment: A field transplantation experiment under eutrophic conditions. Marine Environmental Research 94: 56-64.
Keywords:
Day–night cycles; Eutrophication; Metals; Oxidative stress; Ulva spp.
  • Kürten B, Khomayis HS, Devassy R, Audritz S, Sommer U, Struck U, El-Sherbiny MM, Al-Aidaroos AM (2014) Ecohydrographic constraints on biodiversity and distribution of phytoplankton and zooplankton in coral reefs of the Red Sea, Saudi Arabia. Marine Ecology, doi: 10.1111/maec.12224.

Keywords:
Biodiversity, Copepoda, coral reefs, ecohydrography, phytoplankton, zooplankton
  • 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