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GSICS quarterly. Volume 2, number 3 (2008)

Global Space-Based Inter-Calibration System Coordination Center
GSICS Quarterly is a newsletter designed to communicate GSICS activities to all GSICS members and partners, as well as to satellite data users and policy makers

GSICS quarterly. Volume 3, number 3 (2009)

Global Space-Based Inter-Calibration System Coordination Center
GSICS Quarterly is a newsletter designed to communicate GSICS activities to all GSICS members and partners, as well as to satellite data users and policy makers

GSICS quarterly. Volume 5, number 4 (2011)

Global Space-Based Inter-Calibration System Coordination Center
GSICS Quarterly is a newsletter designed to communicate GSICS activities to all GSICS members and partners, as well as to satellite data users and policy makers

Bibliometric performance measures for the evaluation of NOAA R&D

Chris Belter & Avery Sen
The purpose of this paper is to recommend the adoption of a suite of bibliometric indicators to assist in the evaluation of NOAA R&D. W e select a suite of indicators based on the recommendations and best practices established in the bibliometric literature and provide a framework for implementing these metrics in evaluation procedures. A suite of metrics for the evaluation of NOAA's R&D enterprise can be organized into four overarching themes: production, collaboration, topicality,...

GSICS quarterly. Volume 8, number 2 (2014)

Global Space-Based Inter-Calibration System Coordination Center
GSICS Quarterly is a newsletter designed to communicate GSICS activities to all GSICS members and partners, as well as to satellite data users and policy makers.

SEFSC Coral Reef Program, FY 2013 project accomplishments report.

Jennifer Clifford Schull
The NOAA Coral Reef Conservation Program (CRCP) is a matrix program operating across four NOAA line offices: National Ocean Service (NOS), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), National Environmental Satellite, Data, and Information Service (NESDIS), and Oceanic and Atmospheric Research (OAR) and is administered by NOS. The program supports coral reef regions of the United States (U.S.), has an international component, and is integrated with other federal agencies, states, territories and commonwealths, and local governments. Recommendations...

Hydrographic measurements collected aboard the NOAA ship Ronald H. Brown, 15 February - 5 March 2012 : Western Boundary Time Series cruise RB-12-01 (AB1202)

James A. Hooper & Molly O'Neil Baringer
This report summarizes the February 15 - March 5, 2012 cruise on the NOAA Ship Ronald H. Brown involving full-water-column CTD, lowered ADCP, and shipboard ADCP profiles conducted within the Florida Straits and east of Abaco Island, Bahamas. At each station, a package consisting of a Seabird Electronics Model 9/11+ CTD O2 system, an RDI 150 kHz Workhorse Lowered Acoustic Doppler Current Proler, a RDI 300 kHz Workhorse Lowered Acoustic Doppler Current Profiler, and 24...

Climatological atlas of the Nordic Seas and Northern North Atlantic

Alexander Korablev, Olga K. Baranova & Alexander Smirnov
The goal of the Atlas is to provide the international scientific community and wider general public with a regional dataset and illustrative material in support of climate change studies in the key regions of high northern latitudes. The dataset is built on an enhanced collection of observations spanning over a period from the end of the 19th century to 2012. It is based on in situ data that had been considerably improved (data addition, editing...

World ocean database 2013, user's manual

Daphne R. Johnson, Timothy P. Boyer, Olga K. Baranova, Hernan E. Garcia, Melissa M. Zweng & Ricardo A. Locarnini
WOD13 user's manual provides a full documentation for accessing, reading, and using WOD13 data.

Hydrographic measurements collected aboard the R.V. Oceanus, April-May 2001 : Western Time Series cruise 1 (ABACO 2001)

Carlos Fonseca & Molly O'Neil Baringer
Summaries of CTD/O2 measurements and hydrographic data acquired on an oceanographic research cruise during the spring of 2001 aboard the R/V Oceanus are presented. Data acquisition and processing systems are described and calibration procedures are documented. Station location, CTD/O2 data listings, and profiles are included for each station.

Estimating the abundance of the northern North Carolina estuarine system stock of common bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus)

Antoinette M. Gorgone, Tomoharu Eguchi, Barbie L. Byrd, Karen M. Altman & Aleta A. Hohn
The Northern North Carolina Estuarine System (NNCES) stock of the common bottlenose dolphin (Tursiops truncatus) has a small population size and low Potential Biological Removal level (PBR). Levels of serious injury and mortality due to commercial fisheries interactions may exceed the PBR. In addition, the prior abundance estimate, from a survey in 2006, is no longer valid for computing the PBR for the stock after 2014. To obtain a new abundance estimate, we conducted a...

Extending the Simplied Arakawa-Schubert scheme for meso-scale model applications.

Hua-Lu Pan, Qingfu Liu, Jongil Han & Ruiyu Sun
The Arakawa-Schubert (Arakawa and Schubert, 1974; hereafter referred to as AS) type mass-ux based cumulus parameterization schemes are now used in many global forecast models and General Circulation Models (GCMs). One of the basic assumptions of the AS scheme is that the updraft occurs in a very small area of the grid box. This then led to the famous subsidence warming feature of the mass-ux schemes. The updraft condensation heating is exactly matched by the...

GSICS quarterly. Volume 8, number 3 (2014)

Global Space-Based Inter-Calibration System Coordination Center
GSICS Quarterly is a newsletter designed to communicate GSICS activities to all GSICS members and partners, as well as to satellite data users and policy makers.

A method for prioritizing research on common bottlenose dolphin stocks through evaluating threats and data availability : development and application to bay, sound and estuary stocks in Texas.

Nicole M. Phillips & Patricia Elizabeth Rosel
The common bottlenose dolphin, Tursiops truncatus, is a well-known marine mammal widespread throughout the bays, sounds and estuaries (BSEs) of the northern Gulf of Mexico. Thirty-one stocks of common bottlenose dolphins have been delimited in the BSE environments from the Florida Keys to the Texas-Mexico border. For many of the stocks, up-to-date information necessary for accurate assessment of their status is limited. While it would be ideal to have well characterized biological data for all...

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