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» Buesseler and Lampitt, Introduction to ?Understanding the Ocean?s Biological Pump: results from VERTIGO?

» 1. Buesseler et al., VERTIGO (VERtical Transport In the Global Ocean): a study of particle sources and flux attenuation in the North Pacific.

» 2. Lamborg et al., The flux of bio- and lithogenic material associated with sinking particles in the mesopelagic ?Twilight Zone? of the northwest and north central Pacific Ocean.

» 3. Lamborg et al., Sinking fluxes of minor and trace elements in the North Pacific Ocean measured during the VERTIGO program.

» 4. Boyd et al., Quantifying the surface-subsurface biogeochemical coupling during the VERTIGO ALOHA and K2 studies.

» 5. Elskens et al., Primary, new and export production in the NW Pacific Subarctic Gyre during the VERTIGO K2 experiments.

» 6. Zhang, Y., et al. Comparative studies on picoplankton biomass and community structure in different provinces from subarctic to subtropical oceans.

» 7. Steinberg et al., A comparison of mesopelagic zooplankton community structure in the subtropical and subarctic Pacific Ocean.

» 8. Wilson et al., Changes in fecal pellet characteristics with depth as indicators of zooplankton repackaging of particles in the mesopelagic zone.

» 9. Kobari et al., Impacts of the ontogenetically migrating copepods on downward carbon flux in the western subarctic Pacific Ocean.

» 10. Casciotti et al., Constraints on nitrogen cycling at the subtropical North Pacific Station ALOHA from isotopic measurements of nitrate and particulate nitrogen.

» 11. Dehairs et al., Barium in twilight zone suspended matter as a potential proxy for particulate organic carbon mineralization: Results for the North Pacific.

» 12. Trull et al., In-situ measurement of mesopelagic particle sinking rates and the control of carbon transfer to the ocean interior during the Vertical Flux in the Global Ocean (VERTIGO) voyages in the North Pacific.

DSRII Volume title: Understanding the Ocean’s Biological Pump:  results from VERTIGO (VERtical Transport In the Global Ocean), Guest editors Ken Buesseler and Richard Lampitt

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Buesseler and Lampitt, Introduction to “Understanding the Ocean’s Biological Pump:  results from VERTIGO”, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1519-1521. 

1. Buesseler et al., VERTIGO (VERtical Transport In the Global Ocean): a study of particle sources and flux attenuation in the North Pacific, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1522-1539. 

2. Lamborg et al., The flux of bio- and lithogenic material associated with sinking particles in the mesopelagic “Twilight Zone” of the northwest and north central Pacific Ocean, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1540-1563. 

3. Lamborg et al., Sinking fluxes of minor and trace elements in the North Pacific Ocean measured during the VERTIGO program, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1564-1577. 

4. Boyd et al., Quantifying the surface-subsurface biogeochemical coupling during the VERTIGO ALOHA and K2 studies, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1577-1593.  

5. Elskens et al., Primary, new and export production in the NW Pacific Subarctic Gyre during the VERTIGO K2 experiments, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1594-1604. 

6. Zhang, Y., et al. Comparative studies on picoplankton biomass and community structure in different provinces from subarctic to subtropical oceans, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1605-1614. 

7. Steinberg et al., A comparison of mesopelagic zooplankton community structure in the subtropical and subarctic Pacific Ocean, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1615-1635. 

8. Wilson et al., Changes in fecal pellet characteristics with depth as indicators of zooplankton repackaging of particles in the mesopelagic zone, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1636-1647. 

9. Kobari et al., Impacts of the ontogenetically migrating copepods on downward carbon flux in the western subarctic Pacific Ocean, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1648-1660. 

10. Casciotti et al., Constraints on Nitrogen Cycling at the Subtropical North Pacific Station ALOHA from Isotopic Measurements of Nitrate and Particulate Nitrogen, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1661-1672. 

11. Dehairs et al., Barium in twilight zone suspended matter as a potential proxy for particulate organic carbon mineralization: Results for the North Pacific, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1673-1683. 

12. Trull et al., In-situ measurement of mesopelagic particle sinking rates and the control of carbon transfer to the ocean interior during the Vertical Flux in the Global Ocean (VERTIGO) voyages in the North Pacific, Deep-Sea Research II, 55(14-15): 1684-1695. 



 

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