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2004 Publication List

 Journal (ISI)

  1. Aiken, J., J. Fishwick, G. Moore & K. Pemberton. 2004. The annual cycle of phytoplankton photosynthetic quantum efficiency, pigment composition and optical properties in the western English Channel. J. Mar. Biol. Ass. UK. 84: 301-303.
  2. Allen JI, Siddorn JR, Blackford JC, Gilbert FJ. 2004. Turbulence as a control on the microbial loop in a temperate seasonally stratified marine systems model. J. Sea Res. 52 (1): 1-20.
  3. Alvarez, L.G. & Jones, S.E. 2004. Short-term observations of suspended particulate matter in a macro-tidal inverse estuary: The Upper Gulf of California. J. Coastal Res. 20 (3): 645-654.
  4. Anderson TR, Boersma M, Raubenheimer D. 2004. Stoichiometry: Linking elements to biochemicals. Ecology 85 (5): 1193-1202.
  5. Anderson, T.R. (2004). Observation, hypothesis-testing and discovery in oceanography. Oceaongraphy 17(4), 8-13.
  6. Archer SD, Gilbert FJ, Allen JI, Blackford JC, Nightingale PD. 2004. Modelling of the seasonal patterns of dimethylsulphide production and fate during 1989 at a site in the North Sea. Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 61 (5): 765-787.
  7. Barlow RG, Aiken J, Moore GF, Holligan PM, Lavender S. 2004. Pigment adaptations in surface phytoplankton along the eastern boundary of the Atlantic Ocean. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 281: 13-26.
  8. Belviso S, Bopp L, Moulin C, Orr JC, Anderson TR, Aumont O, Chu S, Elliott S, Maltrud ME, Simo R. 2004. Comparison of global climatological maps of sea surface dimethyl sulfide. Global Biogeochem. Cy. 18 (3): art. no. GB3013.
  9. Blackford JC, Allen JI, Gilbert FJ. 2004. Ecosystem dynamics at six contrasting sites: a generic modelling study. J Marine Syst 52 (1-4): 191-215.
  10. Blake, R.S., Whyte, C., Hughes, C.O., Ellis, A.M., Monks, P.S. 2004. Demonstration of proton-transfer reaction time-of-flight mass spectrometry for real-time analysis of trace volatile organic compounds. Anal. Chem. 76 (13): 3841-3845.
  11. Bovensmann, H., Eichmann, K.U., Noel, S., Flaud, J.M., Orphal, J., Monks, P.S., Corlett, G.K., Goede, A.P., von Clarmann, T., Steck, T., Rozanov, V., Burrows, J.P. 2004. The geostationary scanning imaging absorption spectrometer (GeoSCIA) as part of the geostationary tropospheric pollution explorer (GeoTROPE) mission: requirements, concepts and capabilities. Adv. Space Res. 34 (4): 694-699 Sp. Iss.
  12. Bowers, D.G. & Brubaker, J.M. 2004. Underwater sunlight maxima in the Menai Strait. J. Opt. A - Pure Appl. Op. 6 (7): 684-689.
  13. Bowers, D.G., Evans, D., Thomas, D.N., Ellis, K., Williams, P.J.L. 2004. Interpreting the colour of an estuary. Estuar. Coast Shelf S. 59 (1): 13-20.
  14. Bowyer, P. and D.K. Woolf. 2004. Gas exchange and bubble-induced supersaturation in a wind-wave tank. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 21(12), 1925-1935.
  15. Burrows, J.P., Bovensmann, H., Bergametti, G., Flaud, J.M., Orphal, J., Noel, S., Monks, P.S., Corlett, G.K., Goede, A.P., von Clarmann, T., Steck, T., Fischer, F., Friedl-Vallon, F. 2004. The geostationary tropospheric pollution explorer (GeoTROPE) mission: objectives, requirements and mission concept. Adv. Space Res. 34 (4): 682-687 Sp. Iss.
  16. Corchado, E.S., Corchado, J.M., Aiken, J. 2004. IBR retrieval method based on topology preserving mappings. J. Exp. Theor. Artif. In. 16 (3): 145-160.
  17. Corchado, J.A., Aiken, J., Corchado, E.S., Lefevre, N., Smyth, T. 2004. Quantifying the Ocean's CO2 budget with a CoHeL-IBR system. Lect. Notes Comput. Sc. 3155: 533-546.
  18. Doney SC, Lindsay K, Caldeira K, Campin JM, Drange H, Dutay JC, Follows M, Gao Y, Gnanadesikan A, Gruber N, Ishida A, Joos F, Madec G, Maier-Reimer E, Marshall JC, Matear RJ, Monfray P, Mouchet A, Najjar R, Orr JC, Plattner GK, Sarmiento J, Schlitzer R, Slater R, Totterdell IJ, Weirig MF, Yamanaka Y, Yool A. 2004. Evaluating global ocean carbon models: The importance of realistic physics. Global Biogeochem. Cy. 18 (3): art. no. GB3017.
  19. Doxaran, D., Cherukuru, C. R. C., Lavender, S. J. and Moore, G. F. (2004) Use of a Spectralon panel to measure the downwelling irradiance signal: case studies and recommendations. Applied Optics 43 (32): 5981-5986.
  20. Doxaran, D., Cherukuru, R. C. N. and Lavender, S. J. (2004) Estimation of surface reflection effects on upwelling radiance field measurements in turbid waters. Journal of Optics A: Pure and Applied Optics 6 (7): 690-697.
  21. Dransfeld S, Tatnall AR, Robinson IS, Mobley CD. 2004. A comparison of Multi-layer Perceptron and multilinear regression algorithms for the inversion of synthetic ocean colour spectra. Int. J. Remote Sens. 25 (21): 4829-4834.
  22. Dutay JC, Jean-Baptiste P, Campin JM, Ishida A, Maier-Reimer E, Matear RJ, Mouchet A, Totterdell IJ, Yamanaka Y, Rodgers K, Madec G, Orr JC. 2004. Evaluation of OCMIP-2 ocean models' deep circulation with mantle helium-3. J. Marine Syst. 48 (1-4): 15-36.
  23. Ellis, K.M., Bowers, D.G., Jones, S.E. 2004. A study of the temporal variability in particle size in a high-energy regime. Estuar. Coast Shelf S. 61 (2): 311-315.
  24. Garabato ACN, Oliver KIC, Watson AJ, Messias MJ. 2004. Turbulent diapycnal mixing in the Nordic seas. J. Geophys. Res.-Oceans 109 (C12): art. no. C12010.
  25. Graham, A., D.K. Woolf and A.J. Hall. 2004. Aeration due to breaking waves. Part I. Bubble populations. Journal of Physical Oceanography 34 (5): 989-1007.
  26. Hemmings JCP, Srokosz MA, Challenor P, Fasham MJR. 2004. Split-domain calibration of an ecosystem model using satellite ocean colour data. J. Marine Syst. 50 (3-4): 141-179.
  27. Hessen DO, Agren GI, Anderson TR, Elser JJ, De Ruiter PC. 2004. Carbon, sequestration in ecosystems: The role of stoichiometry. Ecology 85 (5): 1179-1192.
  28. Holt JT, Proctor R, Blackford JC, Allen JI, Ashworth M. 2004. Advective controls on primary production in the stratified western Irish Sea: An eddy-resolving model study. J. Geophys. Res. – Oceans 109 (C5): art. no. C05024.
  29. Houseago-Stokes RE, Challenor PG. 2004. Using PPCA to estimate EOFs in the presence of missing values. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech. 21 (9): 1471-1480.
  30. Kelly-Gerreyn BA, Anderson TR, Holt JT, Gowen RJ, Proctor R. 2004. Phytoplankton community structure at contrasting sites in the Irish Sea: a modelling investigation. Estuar. Coast Shelf S. 59 (3): 363-383.
  31. Kuijper LDJ, Kooi BW, Anderson TR, Kooijman SALM. 2004. Stoichiometry and food-chain dynamics. Theor. Popul. Biol. 66 (4): 323-339.
  32. Lavender, S.J., Pinkerton, M.H., Froidefond, J-M., Morales, J., Aiken, J. & Moore, G.F. 2004. SeaWiFS Validation in European Coastal Waters using Optical and Bio-geochemical Measurements. International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25 (7-8): 1481-1488.
  33. Lawrence, S.P., Llewellyn-Jones, D.T., Smith, S.J. 2004. The measurement of climate change using data from the Advanced Very High Resolution and Along Track Scanning Radiometers. J. Geophys. Res. – Oceans 109 (C8): art. no. C08017.
  34. Lefèvre, Nathalie; Watson, Andrew J.; Olsen, Are; Ríos, Aida F.; Pérez, Fiz F.; Johannessen, Truls. 2004. A decrease in the sink for atmospheric CO2 in the North Atlantic. Geophys. Res. Lett., 31 (7), L07306. 10.1029/2003GL018957.
  35. Liss PS, Chuck AL, Turner SM, Watson AJ. 2004. Air-sea gas exchange in Antarctic waters. Antarct. Sci. 16 (4): 517-529.
  36. Matsumoto K, Sarmiento JL, Key RM, Aumont O, Bullister JL, Caldeira K, Campin JM, Doney SC, Drange H, Dutay JC, Follows M, Gao Y, Gnanadesikan A, Gruber N, Ishida A, Joos F, Lindsay K, Maier-Reimer E, Marshall JC, Matear RJ, Monfray P, Mouchet A, Najjar R, Plattner GK, Schlitzer R, Slater R, Swathi PS, Totterdell IJ, Weirig MF, Yamanaka Y, Yool A, Orr JC. 2004. Evaluation of ocean carbon cycle models with data-based metrics. Geophys. Res. Lett. 31 (7): art. no. L07303.
  37. Romeiser R, Ufermann S, Androssov A, Wehde H, Mitnik L, Kern S, Rubino A. 2004. On the remote sensing of oceanic and atmospheric convection in the Greenland Sea by synthetic aperture radar. J. Geophys. Res. – Oceans 109 (C3): art. no. C03004.
  38. Sarmiento JL, Slater R, Barber R, Bopp L, Doney SC, Hirst AC, Kleypas J, Matear R, Mikolajewicz U, Monfray P, Soldatov V, Spall SA, Stouffer R. 2004. Response of ocean ecosystems to climate warming. Global Biogeochem. Cy. 18 (3): art. no. GB3003.
  39. Seroji, A.R., Webb, A.R., Coe, H., Monks, P.S., Rickard, A.R. 2004. Derivation and validation of photolysis rates of O-3, NO2, and CH2O from a GUV-541 radiometer. J. Geophys. Res. – Atmos. 109 (D21): art. no. D21307.
  40. Smyth, T.J., Pemberton, K.L., Aiken, J., Geider, R.J. 2004. A methodology to determine primary production and phytoplankton photosynthetic parameters from Fast Repetition Rate Fluorometry. J. Plankton Res. 26 (11): 1337-1350.
  41. Smyth, T.J., Tyrrell, T., Tarrant, B. Time series of coccolithophore activity in the Barents Sea, from twenty years of satellite imagery. Geophys. Res. Lett. 31 (11): art. no. L11302.
  42. Turner SM, Harvey MJ, Law CS, Nightingale PD, Liss PS. 2004. Iron-induced changes in oceanic sulfur biogeochemistry. Geophys. Res. Lett. 31 (14): art. no. L14307.
  43. Violante-Carvalho N, Ocampo-Torres FJ, Robinson IS. 2004. Buoy observations of the influence of swell on wind waves in the open ocean. Appl. Ocean Res. 26 (1-2): 49-60.
  44. Violante-Carvalho N, Robinson IS. Comparison of the two-dimensional directional wave spectra retrieved from spaceborne synthetic aperture radar images using the MPI scheme against directional buoy measurements. Sci. Mar. 68 (3): 317-330.
  45. Yan, Z., M.N. Tsimplis and D. Woolf. 2004. An analysis of relationship between the North Atlantic oscillation and sea level changes in NW Europe. International Journal of Climatology, 24, 743-758.
  46. Zeichen MM, Robinson IS. 2004. Detection and monitoring of algal blooms using SeaWiFS imagery (vol 25, pg 1389, 2004). Int. J. Remote Sens. 25 (9): 1797-1798.
  47. Zeichen MM, Robinson IS. 2004. Detection and monitoring of algal blooms using SeaWiFS imagery. Int. J. Remote Sens. 25 (7-8): 1389-1395.
  48. Zubkov MV, Allen JI, Fuchs BM. 2004. Coexistence of dominant groups in marine bacterioplankton community - a combination of experimental and modelling approaches. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. UK 84 (3): 519-529.

 Book Chapters

  1. Anderson, T.R., Totterdell, I.J. (2004). Modelling the response of the biological pump to climate change. In: Follows, M. & Oguz, T. (eds.) The Ocean Carbon Cycle and Climate. NATO Science Series: IV, Kluwer, 65-96.
  2. Remedios, J. J., and N. A  D. Richards, “Retrieval of CO Column and Profile Data from the MOPITT Instrument on EOS-TERRA”,  Sounding the Troposphere from Space (Borrell P., J.P. Burrows and U. Platt) Springer-Verlag 2004 125-137.
  3. Savage, N. H, A Richter, F. Wittrock, A. Ladstaetter-Weissenmayer, G. Edwards, J. J. Remedios, K. Law, F.O. Connor, J. A. Pyle, and J. P. Burrows. “ Use of Satellite Data to Constrain Ozone Budgets in Global Tropospheric Chemistry Models, Sounding the Troposphere from Space (Borrell P., J.P. Burrows and U. Platt) Springer-Verlag 2004. 259-265.

 Multimedia

  1. Aiken, J. CASIX. Presentations and Working Group Reports. UK Carbon Meeting, 6-8 Jan 2004, Sheffield, UK (CD-ROM).
  2. Anderson, T. Ocean carbon cycle modelling (General Circulation Models). Presentations and Working Group Reports. UK Carbon Meeting, 6-8 Jan 2004, Sheffield, UK (CD-ROM).
  3. Watson, A. Measuring and monitoring ocean CO2 sources and sinks. Presentations and Working Group Reports. UK Carbon Meeting, 6-8 Jan 2004, Sheffield, UK (CD-ROM).

 Other non-ref

  1. Aiken, J. N. Hardman-Mountford and the CASIX team. Exploiting Earth Observation data to determine the air-sea fluxes of CO2. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul 2004 (Abstract).
  2. Aiken, J., Hardman-Mountford, N., S. Ufermann, D. Woolf, P. Challenor, I. Robinson. Exploiting Envisat-ERS data for deriving air-sea fluxes of CO2. ENVISAT/ERS symposium, Salzburg, Austria, September 2004 (Abstract).
  3. Barkley M.P. and P.S. Monks, “Determining the air sea fluxes of CO2 from space”, European Research Course on Atmospheres, Grenoble, January 2004.
  4. Barkley M.P. and P.S. Monks, “Determining the air sea fluxes of CO2 from space”, 2nd ENVISAT Summer School, Esrin, ESA , Italy, August, 2004.
  1. Barkley, M. and P. Monks. Determining the air-sea fluxes of CO2 from space. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  2. Binding, C.E., D.G. Bowers and E.G. Mitchelson-Jacob. Measuring suspended sediment particle size form space (Abstract). Proceedings of the Challenger Conference: Marine Science 2004, Liverpool, 2004.
  3. Blackford, J.C. and T.J. Smyth. Comparison of primary production estimates from optical algorithms and ecosystem simulation models. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  4. Blondeau-Patissier, D. G. Moore, S. Kratzer, J. Fishwick, V. Martinez-Vincente. Validation of the bright pixel atmospheric correction bio-optical model with in situ measurements and SeaWiFS, MODIS, MERIS derived products from northern European Case 1 and Case 2 waters. Proceedings of the Challenger Conference: Marine Science 2004, Liverpool, 13-17 Sep, 2004 (Abstract).
  5. Blondeau-Patissier, D., G.F. Moore, S. Kratzer, J. Fishwick and V. Martinez. Validation of a bright pixel atmospheric correction bio-optical model with in situ measurements and SeaWiFS, MODIS, MERIS derived products from Northern European Case 1 and Case 2 waters. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  6. Corlett, G.K., L.A. Horrocks, D.T. Llewellyn-Jones, C.T. Merchant, A.G. O’Carroll, N.A. Rayner, J.J. Remedios, R.W. Saunders and J.G. Watts. An assessment of the accuracy of the 15-year (A)ATSR SST record and its incorporation into climate models. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  7. Donlon, C., I. Robinson, G. Fisher, M. Reynolds. Validation of AATSR SST skin observations using the ISAR radiometer. ENVISAT/ERS symposium, Salzburg, Austria, September, 2004 (Abstract).
  8. Frieß, U., D. Llewellyn-Jones, J. J. Remedios, and P. S. Monks, Modelling the Earth’s radiation budget within the EVERGREEN project, International Radiation Symposium, Busan, Korea, 2004 (Abstract).
  9. Frieß, U., D. Llewellyn-Jones, J. J. Remedios, and P. S. Monks, Modelling the Earth’s radiation budget within the EVERGREEN project, Envisat Symposium, Salzburg, Austria, 2004 (Abstract).
  10. Frieß, U., D. Llewellyn-Jones, J. J. Remedios, and P. S. Monks, Modelling the Earth’s radiation budget within the EVERGREEN project. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  11. Frieß, U., D. Llewellyn-Jones, J. J. Remedios, and P. S. Monks, Use Of GERB and SEVIRI data for investigations of the influences of greenhouse gases on the Earth’s radiation budget, MSG RAO symposium, Salzburg, Austria, 2004 (Abstract).
  12. Gaffney, S. P., D. G. Bowers and E. G. Mitchelson-Jacob, (2004). The onset of stratification in the Western Irish Sea: bio-optical signatures (Abstract). Proceedings of the Challenger Conference: Marine Science 2004, Liverpool, 2004.
  13. Hardman-Mountford, N. Exploiting Earth Observation data to determine the air-sea fluxes of CO2. SOLAS Science 2004, Halifax, Canada, 13-16 Oct, 2004 (Abstract).
  14. Hardman-Mountford, N., A. Richardson, J. Agenbag, E. Hagen, L. Nykjaer, F. Shillington, C. Villacastin. Ocean climate of the eastern South Atlantic from satellite data and wind models. Proceedings of the Challenger Conference: Marine Science 2004, Liverpool, 13-17 Sep, 2004 (Abstract).
  15. Hardman-Mountford, N.J. Identification of spatio-temporal coherence in multi-sensor EO data from application of EOF analysis. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  16. Hardman-Mountford, N.J., J. Aiken and the CASIX team. The Centre for observations of Air-Sea Interactions and Fluxes (CASIX). The Oceans in a High CO2 World, an International Science Symposium, IOC, UNESCO, Paris, May 10-12, 2004 (Abstract).
  17. Hemmings, J.C.P, R.M. Barciela, M.J. Bell, I.J. Totterdell and J. Gunson. Assimilation of surface chlorophyll into an open ocean carbon cycle model for the purposes of improving air-sea CO2 flux estimates: assessment of a baseline scheme. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  18. Hirata, T. and G. Moore. Role of the diffuse attenuation of underwater irradiance on the ocean-colour remote sensing. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  19. Holt, J. I. James, R. Proctor and P. Miller. Eddies in the Celtic Sea. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  20. Holt, J., S. Wakelin, R. Proctor, J. Huthnance, J.I. Allen and S.J. Lavender. Shelf sea carbon fluxes and budgets from model simulations with uncertainties estimated from SeaWiFS. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  21. Kettle, H. and C. Merchant. Meteorologically driven variability in the wintertime air-sea flux of carbon dioxide for the North Atlantic. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  22. Lawrence, S., D. Llewellyn-Jones. Measuring climate change using ATSR sea-surface temperatures. ENVISAT/ERS symposium, Salzburg, Austria, September, 2004 (Abstract).
  23. Lawrence, S.P., D.T. Llewellyn-Jones and S.J. Smith. The measurement of climate change using data from the Advanced Very-High Resolution and Along-track Scanning Radiometers. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  24. Lefèvre, N., A.J. Watson, A. Olsen, A.F. Ríos, F.F. Pérez, T. Johannessen. A decrease of the CO2 sink in the North Atlantic. The Oceans in a High CO2 World, an International Science Symposium, IOC, UNESCO, Paris, May 10-12, 2004 (Abstract).
  25. Llewellyn-Jones, D., G. Corlett, C. Mutlow. The ATSR/AATSR data-set: a comprehensive of the climate system. ENVISAT/ERS symposium, Salzburg, Austria, September, 2004 (Abstract).
  26. Martinez, V., G. Tilstone and G. Moore. Use of in situ backscattering for improvement of the remote sensing retrieval of total suspended matter. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  27. Miller, P. C. Gallienne, C. Turley, J. Fishwick, G. Tarran, A. Rees and K. Evans-Jones. Targeting the onset of the spring bloom using satellite remote sensing and underway measurements. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  28. Monks, P.S., G.K. Corlett and A. Wells. Geostationary observations of atmospheric composition. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  29. Moore, D. P., A. M. Waterfall, J. J. Remedios and A. Burgess, "Measuring halocarbons with the MIPAS instrument", European Geosciences Union 1st general assembly, Nice, France, 25-30 April, 2004 (Abstract).
  30. Moore, D. P., J. J. Remedios and A. M. Waterfall, "Measurement and validation of hydrochlorofluorocarbon-22 from the MIPAS instrument", ENVISAT/ERS symposium, Salzburg, Austria, September, 2004 (Abstract).
  31. Moore, D. P., J. J. Remedios and A. M. Waterfall, "Measuring HCFC-22 from the MIPAS instrument", Proceedings of the Quadrennial ozone symposium - 1-8 June 2004, Kos, Greece, 2004.
  32. Moore, D. P., J. J. Remedios, and A. M. Waterfall, "Measurement and validation of hydrochlorofluorocarbon-22 from the MIPAS instrument", Proceedings of the ENVISAT/ERS symposium - 6-10 September 2004, Salzburg, Austria, 2004.
  33. Moore, G., D. Blondeau-Patissier, T. Hirata and T. Smyth. Determination of the inherent optical properties from the MERIS, MODIS and SeaWiFS sensors in both case I and case II waters: applications to water quality models. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  34. Moore, G., D. Blondeau-Patissier, T. Hirata, T. Smyth. Determination of inherent optical properties from the MERIS, MODIS and SeaWiFS sensors in both Case 1 and Case 2 waters: applications to water quality and models. Proceedings of the Challenger Conference: Marine Science 2004, Liverpool, 13-17 Sep, 2004 (Abstract).
  35. Raitsos, D.E., Lavender, S., Reid, P.C. and Edwards, M. A comparison of satellite chlorophyll-a values and in situ measurements of phytoplankton biomass from the CPR survey. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul 2004 (Abstract).
  36. Smyth, T.J., G.H. Tilstone, J.S. Beisley and S.B. Groom. Global estimates of primary production from EO using a coupled spectral radiative transfer – photosynthesis model. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  37. Souza, A.J., S.L. Wakelin and J.T. Holt. Seasonal variability of SPM in models and Earth Observations of the Irish Sea. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  38. Tilstone, G.H., T.J., Smyth, V. Martinez-Vicente and S.B. Groom. Inherent optical properties of the Irish Sea and their effect on primary production algorithms for remote sensing. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  39. Totterdell, I.J. Global and regional changes to calcification rate in a high-CO2 ocean. The Oceans in a High CO2 World, an International Science Symposium, IOC, UNESCO, Paris, May 10-12, 2004 (Abstract).
  40. Tyrrell, T., A. Merico, T. Smyth, P. Miller, B. Tarrant and C. Brown. Spread of coccolithophores into Arctic Waters? Results from twenty years of satellite observations. The Oceans in a High CO2 World, an International Science Symposium, IOC, UNESCO, Paris, May 10-12, 2004 (Abstract).
  41. U. Frieß, D. Llewellyn-Jones, J. J. Remedios, and P. S. Monks, Modelling the Earth’s radiation budget within the EVERGREEN project, NERC Earth Observation Conference, Plymouth, U.K., 2004 (Abstract).
  42. Ufermann, S. D. Woolf and P. Challenor. Using earth observation data to improve air-sea CO2 flux climatologies. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).
  43. Waterfall, A. M., D. P. Moore, J. J. Remedios, A. Burgess, Measurement of CFC's from MIPAS, Quadrennial Ozone Symposium, 2004 (Abstract).
  44. Waterfall, A. M., J. J. Remedios, R. Spang, and H. Sembhi, Validation of the MIPAS level 2 products using reference atmospheres, Proceedings of the Second Workshop on the Atmospheric Chemistry Validation of ENVISAT (ACVE-2), Frascati, Italy, 3-7 May, 2004.
  45. Watson, A. Surface Ocean Fertilization Overview. The Oceans in a High CO2 World, an International Science Symposium, IOC, UNESCO, Paris, May 10-12, 2004 (Abstract).
  46. Woolf, D., H. Luke, G. Quartly. The sound of breaking waves. Proceedings of the Challenger Conference: Marine Science 2004, Liverpool, 13-17 Sep, 2004 (Abstract).
  47. Woolf, D.K. Wave breaking, whitecapping and air-sea exchange; the dependence on sea state. NERC EO Conference 2004, Plymouth, 30 Jun-1 Jul, 2004 (Abstract).

 

    

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