Publications from Large-Scale Research Projects
- International Indian Ocean Expedition (IIOE-1)
Publications from Infrastructural Projects
Publications from Working Group Activities
- WG 3: Measurements of the Productivity of the Sea and of the Standing Crops of Phytoplankton and Zooplankton (renamed Biological Production of the Sea)
- WG 10: Oceanographic Tables and Standards (joint with ICES, IAPO, UNESCO; reconstituted as the Joint Panel on Oceanographic Tables and Standards [JPOTS])
- WG 15: Photosynthetic Radiant Energy (joint with UNESCO and IAPO)
1965. Report of the first meeting of the joint group of experts on photosynthetic radiant energy held at Moscow, 5-9 October 1964. UNESCO Technical Papers in Marine Science 2.
1966. Report of the second meeting of the joint group of experts on photosynthetic radiant energy held at Kauizawa, 15-19 August 1966. UNESCO Technical Papers in Marine Science 5
1969. Technical report of sea trials conducted by the working group on photosynthetic radiant energy, Gulf of California, May 1968. UNESCO Technical Papers in Marine Science 13
- WG 17: Determination of Photosynthetic Pigments (joint with UNESCO)
- WG 20: Radiocarbon Estimation of Primary Production
Report of a meeting of the joint group of experts on radiocarbon estimation of primary production held at Copenhagen, 24-26 October 1966. UNESCO Technical Paper in Marine Science 6.
- WG 21: Continuous Current Velocity Measurements
- WG 23: Zooplankton Laboratory Methods
- WG 24: Estimation of Primary Production under Special Conditions
Qasim, S.Z., P.M.A. Bhattathiri, and V.P. Devassy. 1972. Some problems related to the measurements using radiocarbon technique. Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie 57(4):535–549.
- WG 29: Monitoring in Biological Oceanography
- WG 33: Phytoplankton Methods
- WG 34: Internal Dynamics of the Ocean
- WG 42: Pollution of the Baltic
- WG 43: Oceanography Related to GATE
- WG 44: Ocean-Atmosphere Materials Exchange
- WG 46: River Inputs to Ocean Systems
- WG 54: Southern Ocean Ecosystems and their Living Resources
- WG 55: Prediction of El Niño
- WG 56: Equatorial Upwelling Systems
- WG 57: Coastal and Estuarine Regimes
- WG 58: Arctic Ocean Heat Budget
- WG 61: Sedimentation Processes at Continental Margins
Final Report – pp. 52-56 of SCOR Proceedings, Vol. 19 (1983)
- WG 62: Carbon Budget of the Ocean
- WG 68: North Atlantic Circulation
Molinari, R., K. Bryan, and F. Schott. 1985.North Atlantic Circulation. Eos 66(10):107.
- WG 69: Small-Scale Oceanic Turbulence
Small-scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean: A glossary. In: Small-Scale Turbulence and Mixing in the Ocean, C. J. Nihoul and B. M. Jamart, editors, Elsevier Oceanography Series, 46, Elsevier, New York, pp.3-10, Elsevier. (1988)
- WG 70: Remote Measurements of the Oceans from Satellites
- WG 71: Particulate Biogeochemical Processes
- WG 72: The Ocean as a Source and Sink for Atmospheric Constituents (formerly WG 44)
- WG 73: Ecological Theory in Relation to Biological Oceanography (formerly WG 59)
- WG 74: General Circulation of the Southern Ocean
General Circulation of the Southern Ocean: Status and Recommendations for Research. 1985. A report by SCOR Working Group 74. WCP-108, WMO/TD – No. 86
- WG 75: Methodology for Oceanic CO2 Measurements
- WG 78: Determination of Photosynthetic Pigments in Seawater
- WG 85: Experimental Ecosystems
C.M. Lalli (ed.). 1990. Enclosed Experimental Ecosystems: A Review and Recommendations. Springer-Verlag (N.Y.)
Manual on Marine Experimental Ecosystems, UNESCO Technical Papers in Marine Science 61 (1991)
- WG 91: Chemical Evolution and Origin of Life in Marine Hydrothermal Systems
- WG 95: Sediment Suspension and Sea Bed Properties
Graf, G. (ed.). 1997. Sediment Suspension and Sea Bed Properties. Journal of Marine Systems 11:267.
- WG 97: Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal Blooms
- WG 98: Worldwide Large-scale Fluctuations of Sardine and Anchovy Populations
- WG 99: Linked Mass and Energy Fluxes at Ridge Crests
- WG 100: Sediment Coring for International Global Change Research
IMAGES–International Marine Global Change Study. Science and Implementation Plan
- WG 101: Influence of Sea State on the Atmospheric Drag Coefficient
- WG 102: Comparative Salinity and Density of the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean Basins
- WG 103: The Role of Wave Breaking on Upper Ocean Dynamics
- WG 104: Coral Reef Responses to Global Change: The Role of Adaptation
Buddemeier, R.W. 1998. Corals, carbon dioxide and cooperation. LOICZ Newsletter March 1998, pp 2-3.
Buddemeier, R.W. 1998. Coral reefs and global change: Adaptation, Acclimation, or Extinction? Environmental Conservation 25(2):172.
Buddemeier, R.W. 1998. Coral reefs and global change: Adaptation, Acclimation, or Extinction? Reef Encounter, Newsletter of the International Society for Reef Studies Number 23, July 1998, pp. 5-6.
Buddemeier, R.W., and H.R. Lasker (eds.). 1999. Coral reefs and Environmental Change–Adaptation, Acclimation, or Extinction. American Zoologist 39(1):1-183.
Kleypas, J.A., R.W. Buddemeier, D. Archer, J.-P. Gattuso, C. Langdon, and B.N. Opdyke. 1999. Geochemical consequences of increased atmospheric carbon dioxide on coral reefs. Science284:118-210
Kleypas, J.A., and B. Opdyke. 1998. Symposium participants assess future of coral reefs. Eos, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union 79(21):249,251, 253.
Pennisi, E. 1998. New threat seen from carbon dioxide. Science 279:989.
- WG 105: The Impact of World Fisheries Harvests on the Stability and Diversity of Marine Ecosystems
Hollingworth, C. (ed.) 2000. Ecosystem Effects of Fishing. ICES Journal of Marine Science 57(3):465-792.
- WG 106: Relative Sea Level and Muddy Coasts of the World
- WG 107: Improved Global Bathymetry
- WG 108: Double Diffusion
Double Diffusion in Oceanography – Special Issue of Progress in Oceanography, Volume 56, Issues 3-4, Pages 381-570 (March 2003)
- WG 109: Biogeochemistry of Iron in Seawater
- WG 110: Intercomparison and Validation of Ocean-Atmosphere Flux Fields
- WG 112: Magnitude of Submarine Groundwater Discharge and its Influence on Coastal Oceanographic Processes
Submarine Groundwater Discharge – Special issue of Biogeochemistry, Volume 66, No. 1-2
Submarine Groundwater Discharge: Management Implications, Measurements and Effects. IHP-VI, Series on Groundwater No. 5/IOC Manuals and Guides No. 44
- WG 113: Evolution of the Asian Monsoon in Marine Records: Comparison Between Indian and East Asian Subsystems
Asian Monsoons and Global Linkages on Milankovitch and Sub-Milankovitch Time Scales” – Special issue of Marine Geology, Volume 201, Issues 1-3, Pages 1-250 (30 September 2003)
Wang, P. et al. 2005. Evolution and variability of the Asian monsoon system: State of the art and outstanding issues. Quaternary Science Reviews 24:595-629
- WG 116: Sediment Trap and 234Th Methods for Carbon Export Flux Determination
Buesseler et al. 2007. An assessment of the use of sediment traps for estimating upper ocean particle fluxes. Journal of Marine Research, 65, 345–416 – Used with permission from the Journal of Marine Research (http://peabody.yale.edu/scientific-publications/journal-marine-research/home)
- WG 117: Synthesis of Decadal to Millennial Climate Records of the Past 80ky
M. Sarnthein and J.P. Kennett (eds.). 2002. Decadal-to-Millennial-Scale Climate Variability. Quaternary Science Reviews 21(10):1117-1280.
- WG 119: Quantitative Ecosystem Indicators for Fisheries Management
Quantitative Ecosystem Indicators for Fisheries Management – Special Issue of the ICES Journal of Marine Science, Volume 62, Issue 3, Pages 307-614 (May 2005)
- WG 120: Marine Phytoplankton and Global Climate Regulation: The Phaeocystis spp. Cluster as a Model
Special issue of Biogeochemistry and a book Phaeocystis, Major Link in the Biogeochemical Cycling of Climate-relevant Elements
- WG 121: Ocean Mixing
- WG 122: Mechanisms of Sediment Retention in Estuaries
- WG 123: Reconstruction of Past Ocean Circulation (PACE)
Reconstruction of Past Ocean Circulation. Theme Section of Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems
Lynch-Stieglitz1, J.,J.F. Adkins,W.B. Curry,T. Dokken, I.R. Hall, J.C. Herguera, J.J.-M. Hirschi, E.V. Ivanova,C. Kissel, O. Marchal, T.M. Marchitto, I.N. McCave, J.F. McManus, S. Mulitza, U. Ninnemann, F. Peeters,E.-F. Yu, and R. Zahn. 2007. Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation During the Last Glacial Maximum. Science 316(5821):66-69.
- WG 125: Global Comparisons of Zooplankton Time Series
- WG 126: Role of Viruses in Marine Ecosystems
Global-scale processes with a nanoscale drive: the role of marine viruses. The ISME Journal 2:575-578 (2008)
- WG 127: Thermodynamics and Equation of State of Seawater
Gibbs Seawater (GSW) Oceanographic Toolbox List (added 8 July 2011)
TEOS Version 3.0 Flyer – English (added 8 July 2011)
TEOS Version 3.0 Flyer – Deutsch (added 8 July 2011)
TEOS Version 3.0 Flyer – Francaise (added 8 July 2011)
An historical perspective on the development of the Thermodynamic Equation of Seawater – 2010 – Article in Ocean Science (added 20 March 2012)
Getting started with TEOS-10 and the Gibbs Seawater (GSW) Oceanographic Toolbox (added 26 Feb. 2014)
Special Issue of Ocean Science on “Thermophysical Properties of Seawater” (see http://www.ocean-sci.net/special_issue14.html), R. Feistel, R. Tailleux, and T. McDougall (Eds.) (added 26 February 2014)
- WG 128: Natural and Human-Induced Hypoxia and Consequences for Coastal Areas
Special Issue of Biogeosciences
- WG 129: Deep Ocean Exchanges with the Shelf
- WG 131: The Legacy of in situ Iron Enrichment: Data Compilation and Modeling
- WG 132: Land-based Nutrient Pollution and the Relationship to Harmful Algal Blooms in Coastal Marine Systems (with LOICZ)
Bouwman, L., A. Beusen, P.M. Glibert, C. Overbeek, M. Pawlowski, J. Herrera, S. Mulsow, R.C. Yu, and M.J. Zhou. 2013. Mariculture: significant and expanding causeof coastal nutrient enrichment. Environmental Research Letters 8(4), Article Number 044026, http://dx.doi.org/10.1088/1748-9326/8/4/044026.
Bouwman, A.F., A H.W. Beusen, C.C. Overbeek, D.P. Bureau, M. Pawlowski and P.M. Glibert. 2013. Hindcasts and Future Projections of Global Inland and Coastal Nitrogen and Phosphorus Loads Due to Finfish Aquaculture. Reviews in Fisheries Science 21:112-156.
Glibert, P.M. 2010. Long-term changes in nutrient loading and stoichiometry and their relationships with changes in the food web and dominant pelagic fish species in the San Francisco Estuary, California. Reviews in Fisheries Science 18(2):211-232.
Glibert, P.M., J.I.Allen, Y. Artioli, A. Buesen, L. Bouwman, J. Harle, R. Holmes, and J. Holt. 2014. Vulneribility of coastal ecosystems to changes in harmful algal bloom distribution in response to climate change: Projections based on model analysis. Global Change Biology 20:3845-3858, doi: 10.1111/gcb.12662.
Glibert, P.M., J.I Allen, A.F. Bouwman, C.W. Brown, K.J. Flynn, A.J. Lewitus, and C.J. Madden. 2010. Modeling of HABs and eutrophication: Status, advances, challenges. Journal of Marine Systems 83:262-275.
Harrison, P.J. et al. 2011. Geographical distribution of red and green Noctiluca scintillans. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology 29:807-831.
- WG 133: OceanScope
- WG 134: The Microbial Carbon Pump in the Ocean
- WG 135: Hydrothermal Energy Transfer and its Impact on the Ocean Carbon Cycles
German, C.R., L.L Legendre, S.G. Sander, N. Niquil, G.W. Luther, L. Bharati, X. Han, and N. Le Bris. 2015. Hydrothermal Fe cycling and deep ocean organic carbon scavenging: Model-based evidence for significant POC supply to seafloor sediments. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 419:143–153.
- WG 136: Climatic Importance of the Greater Agulhas System (with WCRP and IAPSO)
- WG 138: Modern Planktic Foraminifera and Ocean Changes (with IGBP)
Morard, R., K.F. Darling, F. Mahe, S. Audic, Y. Ujiie, A.K.M Weiner, A. Andre, H.A. Seears, C.M. Wade, F. Quillevere, C.J. Douady, G. Escarguel, T. de Garidel-Thoron, M. Siccha, M. Kucera, and C. de Vargas. 2015. PFR2: a curated database of planktonic foraminifera 18S ribosomal DNA as a resource for studies of plankton ecology, biogeography and evolution. Molecular Ecology Resources 15(6):1472-1485.
Morard, R., G Escarguel, A.K.M. Weiner, A. Andre, C.J. Douady, C.M. Wade, K.F. Darling, Y. Ujiie, H.A. Seears, F. Quillevere, T. de Garidel-Thoron, C. de Vargas, and M. Kucera. 2016. Nomenclature for the Nameless: A Proposal for an Integrative Molecular Taxonomy of Cryptic Diversity Exemplified by Planktonic Foraminifera. Systematic Biology 65(5):925-940.
Spezzaferri, S., M. Kucera, P.N. Pearson, B.S. Wade, S. Rappo, C.R. Poole, R. Morard, and C. Stalder. 2015. Fossil and Genetic Evidence for the Polyphyletic Nature of the Planktonic Foraminifera “Globigerinoides”, and Description of the New Genus Trilobatus. PLOS One 10(5):e0128108.
- WG 139: Organic Ligands – A Key Control on Trace Metal Biogeochemistry in the Ocean
Special Issue of Marine Chemistry (Volume 173, Pages 1-342)
Special Issue of Frontiers in Marine Science
- WG 140: Biogeochemical Exchange Processes at the Sea-Ice Interfaces (BEPSII)
Meiners, K.M., M. Vancoppenolle, S. Thanassekos, G.S. Dieckmann, D.N. Thomas, J.-L. Tison, K.R. Arrigo, D.L. Garrison, A. McMinn, D. Lannuzel, P. van derMerwe, K.M. Swadling,W.O. Smith Jr., I.Melnikov, and B. Raymond. 2012. Chlorophyll a in Antarctic sea ice from historical ice core data. Geophysical Research Letters 39:L21602, doi:10.1029/2012GL053478.
Steiner, N.S., J.R. Christian, K.D. Six, A. Yamamoto, and M. Yamamoto-Kawai. 2014. Future ocean acidification in the Canada Basin and surrounding Arctic Ocean from CMIP5 earth system models. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans 119:1-16. doi: 10.1002/2013JC009069
Vancoppenolle, M., K.M. Meiners, C. Michel, L. Bopp, F. Brabant, G. Carnat, B. Delille, D. Lannuzel, G. Madec, S. Moreau, J.-L. Tison, P. van der Merwe.2012. Role of sea ice in global biogeochemical cycles: emerging views and challenges. Quaternary Science Reviews 79: 207-230. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.quascirev.2013.04.011
Biogeochemical Exchange Processes at Sea-Ice Interfaces (BEPSII) – Special issue of Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene
- WG 141: Sea-Surface Microlayers
Engel, A., H.W. Bange, M. Cunliffe, S.M. Burrows, G. Friedrichs, L. Galgani, H. Herrmann, N. Hertkorn, M. Johnson, P.S. Liss, P.K. Quinn, M. Schartau, A. Soloviev, C. Stolle, R.C. Upstill-Goddard, M. van Pinxteren, and B. Zäncker. 2017. The Ocean’s Vital Skin: Toward an Integrated Understanding of the Sea Surface Microlayer. Front. Mar. Sci. 4:165. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00165.
Wurl, O., W. Ekau, W.M. Landing, and C.J. Zappa. 2017. Sea surface microlayer in a changing ocean – A perspective. Elementa: Science of the Anthropocene 2017;5:31. DOI: http://doi.org/10.1525/elementa.228.
Wurl, O., Bird, K., Cunliffe, M., Landing, W. M., Miller, U., Mustaffa, N. I. H., Ribas‐Ribas, M., Witte, C., Zappa, C. J. 2018. Warming and inhibition of salinization at the ocean’s surface by cyanobacteria. Geophysical Res. Lett. 45 doi: 10.1029/2018GL077946
- WG 142: Quality Control Procedures for Oxygen and Other Biogeochemical Sensors on Floats and Gliders
Bittig, H., A. Kortzinger, K. Johnson, H. Claustre, S. Emerson, K. Fennel, H. Garcia, D. Gilbert, N. Gruber, D.-J. Kang, W. Naqvi, S. Prakash, S. Riser, V. Thierry, B. Tilbrook, H. Uchida, O. Ulloa, and X. Xing. 2015. SCOR WG 142: Quality Control Procedures for Oxygen and Other Biogeochemical Sensors on Floats and Gliders. Recommendation for oxygen measurements from Argo floats, implementation of in-air-measurement routine to assure highest long-term accuracy. http://doi.org/10.13155/45917
Bittig, H., A. Körtzinger, K. Johnson, H. Claustre, S. Emerson, K. Fennel, H. Garcia, D. Gilbert, N. Gruber, D.-J. Kang, W. Naqvi, S. Prakash, S. Riser, V. Thierry, B. Tilbrook, H. Uchida, O. Ulloa, and X. Xing. 2016. SCOR WG 142: Quality Control Procedures for Oxygen and Other Biogeochemical Sensors on Floats and Gliders. Recommendations on the conversion between oxygen quantities for Bio-Argo floats and other autonomous sensor platforms.
Bittig, H.C., A. Körtzinger, C. Neill, E. van Ooijen, J.N. Plant, J. Hahn, K.S. Johnson, B. Yang, and S.R. Emerson (2018). Oxygen Optode Sensors: Principle, Characterization, Calibration and Application in the Ocean. Front. Mar. Sci. 4, 429, doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00429.
- WG 143: Dissolved N2O and CH4 measurements: Working towards a global network of ocean time series measurements of N2O and CH4
Wilson, S.T., H.W. Bange, D.L. Arévalo-Martínez, J. Barnes, A.V. Borges, I. Brown, J.L. Bullister, M. Burgos, D.W. Capelle, M. Casso, M. de la Paz, L. Farías, L. Fenwick, S. Ferrón, G. Garcia, M. Glockzin, D.M. Karl, A. Kock, S. Laperriere, C.S. Law, C.C. Manning, A. Marriner, J.-P. Myllykangas, J.W. Pohlman, A.P. Rees, A.E. Santoro, M. Torres, P.D. Tortell, R.C. Upstill-Goddard, D.P. Wisegarver, G.L. Zhang, and G. Rehder. 2018. An intercomparison of oceanic methane and nitrous oxide measurements. Biogeosciences, 15, 5891–5907. https://doi.org/10.5194/bg-15-5891-2018
- WG 145: Modelling Chemical Speciation in Seawater to Meet 21st Century Needs (MARCHEMSPEC)
- WG 146: Radioactivity in the Ocean, 5 decades later (RiO5)
- WG 148: International Quality Controlled Ocean Database: Subsurface temperature profiles (IQuOD)
Palmer, M.D. T. Boyer, R. Cowley, S. Kizu, F. Reseghetti, T. Suzuki, and A. Thresher. 2018. An Algorithm for Classifying Unknown Expendable Bathythermograph (XBT) Instruments Based on Existing Metadata. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology 35:429-440
- WG 149: Changing Ocean Biological Systems (COBS): how will biota respond to a changing ocean?
Boyd, P.W., S. Collins, S. Dupont, K. Fabricius, J.-P. Gattuso, J. Havenhand, D.A. Hutchins, U. Riebesell, M.S. Rintoul, M. Vichi, H. Biswas, A. Ciotti, K. Gao, M. Gehlen, C.L. Hurd, H. Kurihara, C.M. McGraw, J.M. Navarro, G.E. Nilsson, U. Passow, and H.-O. Pörtner. 2018. Experimental strategies to assess the biological ramifications of multiple drivers of global ocean change—A review. Global Change Biology 24:2239-2261. DOI: 10.1111/gcb.14102
- WG 150: Translation of Optical Measurements into particle Content, Aggregation & Transfer (TOMCAT)
Research Topic in Frontiers in Marine Science on “We Shed Light: Optical Insights into the Biological Carbon Pump“
- WG 154: Integration of Plankton-Observing Sensor Systems to Existing Global Sampling Programs (P-OBS)
Boss, E., A. Waite, F. Muller-Karger, H. Yamazaki, R. Wanninkhof, J. Uitz, S. Thomalla, H. Sosik, B. Sloyan, A. Richardson, P. Miloslavich, J. Karstensen, G. Grégori, K. Fennel, H. Claustre, M. Cornejo, I. Berman-Frank, S. Batten, and S. Acinas. 2018. Beyond Chlorophyll Fluorescence: The time is right to expand biological measurements in ocean observing programs. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin 27(3):89-90.
- WG 157: Toward a new global view of marine zooplankton biodiversity based on DNA metabarcoding and reference DNA sequence databases (MetaZooGene)