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Recent Publications


  • Skjoldal, H.R., P.H. Wiebe, L. Postel, T. Knutsen, S. Kaartvedt, and D.D. Sameoto. 2013. Intercomparison of zooplankton (net) sampling systems: Results from the ICES/GLOBEC sea-going workshop. Progress in Oceanography. 2013. 108: 1-42.
  • Wiebe, P.H., Rudels, B., Cadrin, S.X., Drinkwater, K.F., and Lavin, A. Introduction to variability of the North Atlantic and its marine ecosystems, 2000–2009, the proceedings of an ICES/NAFO symposium held in Santander, Spain, 10–12 May 2011. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2012. 69(5), 697–702. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fss090
  • Batta Lona, P.G., A. Bucklin, P.H. Wiebe, N.J. Copley, and T. Patarnello. Population genetic variation of the Southern Ocean krill, Euphausia superba, in the Western Antarctic Peninsula region based on mitochondrial single nucleotide polymorphisms (SNPs). Deep-Sea Research II. 2011. 58(13-16): 1652-1661.
  • Wiebe, P.H., C. Ashjian, G. L. Lawson, A. Piñones, and N. Copley. Horizontal and vertical distribution of euphausiid species on the Western Antarctic Peninsula Southern Ocean GLOBEC study site.  Deep-Sea Research II. 2011. 58(13-16): 1630-1651.
  • Hofmann, E.E., P.H. Wiebe, D.P. Costa, and J.J. Torres. Understanding the linkages between Antarctic food webs and the environment: a synthesis of Southern Ocean GLOBEC studies. Deep-Sea Research II. 2011. 58(13-16): 1505-1507.
  • Wiebe, P.H., R. Groman, and C. Chandler. Data management in the US Global Ocean Ecosystem Dynamics Program (US GLOBEC). GLOBEC special issue of CURRENT, the journal of the National Marine Educators Association. 2011. 27(2): 30-33.
  • Wiebe, P.H. and D.P. Costa. Technology Developments in U.S. GLOBEC. GLOBEC special issue of CURRENT, the journal of the National Marine Educators Association. 2011. 27(2): 27-29.
  • Ujiié,Y., T. de Garidel-Thoron, S. Watanabe, P. Wiebe, C. de Vargas. Coiling dimorphism within a genetic type of the planktonic foraminifer Globorotalia truncatulinoides. Marine Micropaleontology 2010. 77:145-153.
  • Sutton, T.T., P.H. Wiebe, L. Madin, and A. Bucklin. Diversity and community structure of pelagic fishes to 5000 m depth in the Sargasso Sea. 2010.  Deep-Sea Research II. 57(24-26): 2220-2233.
  • Bucklin, A., Ortman, B.D., Jennings, R.M., Nigro, L.M., Sweetman, C.J., Copley, N.J., Sutton, T., and Wiebe, P.H.  A “Rosetta Stone” for metazoan zooplankton: DNA barcode analysis of species diversity of the Sargasso Sea (Northwest Atlantic Ocean).  DeepSea Research II. 2010. 57(24-26): 2234-2247.
  • Wiebe, P.H., A. Bucklin, L. Madin, M.V. Angel, T. Sutton, F. Pagés, R.R. Hopcroft, D. Lindsay. Deep-sea sampling on CMarZ cruises in the Atlantic Ocean – an Introduction. Deep-Sea Research II. 2010. 57(24-26): 2157-2166.
  • Wiebe, P.H., S.B. Schnack-Schiel, and S. Nishida, Introduction to species diversity of marine zooplankton. Deep-Sea Research II. 2010. 57(24-26): 2061-2063.
  • Bucklin, A., S. Nishida, S. Schnack-Schiel, P.H. Wiebe, D. Lindsay, R.J. Machida, and N.J. Copley. A Census of Zooplankton of the Global Ocean, Chapter 13, In: Life in the World's Oceans: Diversity, Distribution, and Abundance. Alasdair D. McIntyre (Ed.), Blackwell Publishing Ltd. (Oxford). 2010.  Pp. 247-265 (384 pages).
  • Glover, D.M., P.H. Wiebe, C.L. Chandler, and S. Levitus. The IOC contributions to International, Interdiciplinary open data sharing. Oceanography 2010, 23(3): 140-151.
  • Harris, R., L. Buckley, R. Campbell, S. Chiba, D. Costa, T. Dickey, D. Gifford,  X. Irigoien, S. McKinnell, T. Kiorboe, C. Möllmann, M. Ohman, B. Peterson, J. Runge, E. Saiz, M. St John, and P. Wiebe.  Chapter 6. Dynamics of marine ecosystems: observation and experimentation. In: “Marine Ecosystems and Global Change”. [Eds]: Barange, M., J.G. Field, R.P. Harris, E.E. Hofmann, R.I. Perry, and F.W. Werner. Oxford University Press. 2010. Pps: 129-178.
  • Wiebe, P.H., D. Chu, S. Kaartvedt, A. Hundt ,W. Melle, E. Ona, and P. Batta-Lona.  The acoustic properties of Salpa thompsoni.  ICES Journal of Marine Science. 2010. 67: 583-593  doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsp263
  • Warren J.D. and P. H. Wiebe. Accounting for biological and physical sources of acoustic scattering improves estimates of zooplankton biomass. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 2008. 65: 1321-1333.
  • Lawson, G.L., P.H. Wiebe, T.K. Stanton, and C.J. Ashjian. Euphausiid distribution along the western antarctic peninsula - Part A: Development of robust multi-frequency acoustic techniques to identify euphausiid aggregations and quantify euphausiid size, abundance, and biomass. Deep-Sea Research Part II. 2008. 55(3-4): 412-431.
  • Lawson, G.L., P.H. Wiebe, C.J.Ashjian, and T.K. Stanton.  Euphausiid distribution along the Western Antarctic Peninsula - Part B: Distribution of euphausiid aggregations and biomass, and associations with environmental features. Deep–Sea Research II. 2008. 55(3-4): 432-545.
  • Ashjian,C.J., C.S. Davis, S.M. Gallager, P.H. Wiebe, and G.L. Lawson. Distribution of Larval Krill and Zooplankton in Association with Hydrography in Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula, in Austral Fall and Winter 2001 described using the Video Plankton Recorder. Deep-Sea Research Part II. 2008. 55(3-4): 451-471.
  • Ribic C.A. , E.W. Chapman, W.R. Fraser, G.L. Lawson, and P.H. Wiebe. Top predators in relation to bathymetry, ice and krill during austral winter in Marguerite Bay, Antarctica.  Deep-Sea Research Part II. 2008. 55(3-4): 485-499.
  • Hofmann, E.E.,  P.H. Wiebe, D.P. Costa, and J.J. Torres. Introduction to dynamics of plankton, krill, and predators in relation to environmental features of the western Antarctic Peninsula and related areas: SO GLOBEC Part II.  Deep-Sea Research Part II. 2008. 55(3-4): 269-270.
  • Lavery, A.C., P.H. Wiebe, T.K. Stanton, G.L. Lawson, M.C. Benfield, and N. Copley.  Determining dominant scatterers of sound in mixed zooplankton populations. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 2007. 122(6): 3304–3326.
  • Endo,Y. and P.H.Wiebe Temporal changes in euphausiid distribution and abundance in North Atlantic cold-core rings in relation to the surrounding waters.  Deep-Sea Res. Part I. 2007.  54(2): p. 181-202.
  • Bucklin, A., P.H. Wiebe, S.B. Smolenack, N.J. Copley, J.G. Beaudet, K.G. Bonner, J. Färber Lorda, and J.J. Pierson. DNA barcodes for species identification of euphausiids Euphausiacea, Crustacea). J. Plankton Res. 2007. 29: p. 483-493.
  • Lawson G.L., P.H. Wiebe, and C.J. Ashjian, D. Chu, and T.K. Stanton. Improved parameterization of Antarctic krill target strength models. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America. 2006.  119(1): p. 232-242.
  • Madin, L.P., P. Kremer, P.H. Wiebe, J.E. Purcell, E.H. Horgan, D.A. Nemazie. Periodic swarms of the salp Salpa aspera in the Slope Water off the NE United States: Biovolume, vertical migration, grazing, and vertical flux.  Deep-Sea Research I. 2006. 53: p. 804-819.
  • Friedlaender, A.S., P.N. Halpin, S.S. Qian, G.L. Lawson, P.H. Wiebe, D. Thiele, A.J. Read. Whale distribution in relation to prey abundance and oceanographic processes in shelf waters Western Antarctic Peninsula. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 2006.  317: p. 297-310.
  • Dewar, W.K., R.J. Bingham, R.L. Iverson, D. P. Nowacek, L. C. St. Laurent, and P. H. Wiebe. Does the Marine Biosphere Mix the Ocean? Journal of Marine Research. 2006. p. 64: 541-561.
  • Wiebe, P.H., R.C. Beardsley, D.G. Mountain, and G. Lough. Introduction to “Dynamics of Plankton and Fish larval Populations on Georges Bank, the North Atlantic U.S. GLOBEC Study Site.” Deep-Sea Research II. 2006.  p. 53(23,24): 2455-2456.
  • Li, W, D.J. McGillicuddy, E.G. Durbin, P.H. Wiebe. Recruitment, development, and mortality of Calanus finmarchicus in the Georges Bank Region.  Deep-Sea Research II. 2006 p. 53(23,24): 2632-2655.
  • Knox, R.A., J. A. McGowan, C.B. Miller, and P.H. Wiebe. Comment on: "Grand Challenges for Ocean Sciences Research" ["Oceanography,". 19(2): 14 (2006)] by Alan Brandt”. Oceanography. 2006. 19(4): p. 8.
  • Chu D. and P.H. Wiebe. Measurements of sound speed and density contrasts of zooplankton in Antarctic waters.  ICES Journal of Marine Science. 2005. 62(4): p. 818-831.
  • Endo, Y. and P.H. Wiebe, Euphausiid distribution, abundance and succession in North Atlantic warm-core ring 82B. Journal of Plankton Research, 2005. 27(2): p. 175-188.
  • Wiebe, P., C. Ashjian, S. Gallager, C. Davis, G. Lawson, and N. Copley, Using a high powered strobe light to increase the catch of Antarctic krill. Marine Biology, 2004. 144(3): p. 493-502.
  • Lawson, G., P. Wiebe, C. Ashjian, S. Gallager, C. Davis, and J.D. Warren Acoustically-inferred zooplankton distribution in relation to hydrography west of the Antarctic Peninsula. Deep-Sea Research II, 2004. 51: p. 2041-2072.
  • Hofmann, E., P.H. Wiebe, D.P. Costa, and J.J. Torres, An overview of the Southern Ocean Global Ocean Ecosystems Dynamics program. Deep-Sea Research II, 2004. 51: p. 1921-1924.
  • Fisher, K.E., P.H. Wiebe, and B.D. Malamud, Fractal characterization of local hydrographic and biological scales of patchiness on Georges Bank, in Handbook of Scaling Methods in Aquatic Ecology, L. Seuront and P.G. Strutton, Editors. 2004, CRC Press LLC: Boca Raton, Fl. p. 297-319.
  • Ashjian, C.J., G.A. Rosenwaks, P.H. Wiebe, C.S. Davis, S.M. Gallager, N.J. Copley, G.L. Lawson, and P. Alatalo, Distribution of zooplankton on the continental shelf off Marguerite Bay, Antarctic Peninsula, during Austral Fall and Winter. Deep-Sea Research II, 2004. 51(17-19): p. 2073-2098.
  • Wiebe, P.H. and M.C. Benfield, From the Hensen net toward four-dimensional biological oceanography. Progress in Oceanography, 2003. 56(1): p. 7-136.
  • Wiebe, P.H. and J.L. Reid, A tribute to Martin V. Angel and Robert L. Smith for their years as Co- Editors of Progress in Oceanography. Progress in Oceanography, 2003. 56(1): p. 3-5.
  • Warren, J.D., T.K. Stanton, P.H. Wiebe, and H.E. Seim, Inference of biological and physical parameters in an internal wave using multiple-frequency, acoustic-scattering data. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2003. 60(5): p. 1033-1046.
  • Lavery, A.C., T.K. Stanton, P.H. Wiebe, M.C. Benfield, and C.H. Greene, High-frequency acoustic scattering from gas-bearing zooplankton. Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, 2003. 113(4(2)): p. 2234.
  • Greene, C.H., A.J. Pershing, A. Conversi, B. Planque, C. Hannah, D. Sameoto, E. Head, P.C. Smith, P.C. Reid, J. Jossi, D. Mountain, M.C. Benfield, P.H. Wiebe, and E. Durbin, Trans-Atlantic responses of Calanus finmarchicus populations to basin-scale forcing associated with the North Atlantic Oscillation. Progress In Oceanography, 2003. 58(2-4): p. 301-312. 
  • Chu, D. and P.H. Wiebe, Application of sonar techniques to oceanographic-biological surveys, in Current Topics in Acoustical Research, the Council of Scientific Information, Editor. 2003, Research Trends Publ: Trivandrum, India. p. 1-25.
  • Chu, D., P.H. Wiebe, N.J. Copley, G.L. Lawson, and V. Puvanendran, Material properties of North Atlantic cod eggs and early-stage larvae and their influence on acoustic scattering. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2003. 60(3): p. 508-515.
  • Benfield, M.C., A.C. Lavery, P.H. Wiebe, C.H. Greene, T.K. Stanton, and N.J. Copley, Distributions of physonect siphonulae in the Gulf of Maine and their potential as important sources of acoustic scattering. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 2003. 60(7): p. 759-772.
  • Wiebe, P.H., R. Beardsely, D. Mountain, and A. Bucklin, US GLOBEC Northwest Atlantic/Georges Bank Program. Oceanography, 2002. 15(2): p. 13-29.
  • Wiebe, P.H., R.C. Groman, and M.D. Allison, ICES/GLOBEC Sea-going workshop for intercalibration of plankton samplers. 2002, ICES: Copenhagen. p. 25 pp., 4 CD’s included.
  • Wiebe, P.H., T.K. Stanton, C.H. Greene, M.C. Benfield, H.M. Sosik, T.C. Austin, J.D. Warren, and T. Hammar, BIOMAPER-II: An integrated instrument platform for coupled biological and physical measurements in coastal and oceanic regimes. IEEE Journal of Oceanic Engineering, 2002. 27(3): p. 700-716.
  • Bucklin, A., P.H. Wiebe, S.B. Smolenack, N.J. Copley, and M.E. Clarke, Integrated biochemical, molecular genetic, and bioacoustical analysis of mesoscale variability of the euphausiid Nematoscelis difficilis in the California Current. Deep-Sea Research I, 2002. 49(3): p. 437-462.
  • Wiebe, P.H., R.C. Beardsley, A. Bucklin, and D.G. Mountain, Coupled biological and physical studies of plankton populations in the Georges Bank region and related North Atlantic GLOBEC study sites. Deep-Sea Research (Part 2, Topical Studies in Oceanography), 2001. 48(1-3): p. 1-2. Special Issue: Coupled Biological and Physical Studies of Plankton Populations on Georges Bank and Related North Atlantic Regions.

 



 

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