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Sea Education Association Research

"Nutrients and productivity" Papers and Publications


Hanz, R., 2014. Differences in Depth of the Deep Chlorophyll Maximum in the Western Mediterranean Sea and Eastern Atlantic Ocean. Unpublished student research paper, Class C-255, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Field Oceanography, Nutrients and productivity, Selected student research


Pollock, S. and E. Van Scoy, 2014. Nutrient Distribution in the South Central Pacific Ocean: Spatial Trends and Phytoplankton Communities in a Non-Redfield Environment. Unpublished student research paper, Class S-252, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Field Oceanography, Nutrients and productivity, Selected student research


Eley, S., 2014. Examining Spatial Patterns in Phytoplankton Phosphate Limitation in the Central Pacific Using an Alkaline Phosphatase Activity Assay. Unpublished student research paper, Class S-252, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Field Oceanography, Nutrients and productivity, Selected student research


Glendenning, N., 2013. Causes for the Existence and Dispersal of Areas of Oxygen Supersaturation in the Western North Atlantic. Unpublished student research paper, Class C-249, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Field Oceanography, Nutrients and productivity, Selected student research


Balcarce, D. and S. Clausnitzer, 2012. Dimethylsulfoniopropinate (DMSP) Potential Production in the Equatorial Pacific Biogeochemical Sulfur Cycle: A Measure of Phytoplankton Abundances. Unpublished student research paper, Class S-244, Sea Education Association, Woods Hole, MA.

Research themes and publication type: Field Oceanography, Nutrients and productivity, Selected student research


* SEA faculty and staff
^ SEA Semester alumnus