Oceanography

Papers
(The TQCC of Oceanography is 1. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-07-01 to 2024-07-01.)
ArticleCitations
Offshore Wind Farm Artificial Reefs Affect Ecosystem Structure and Functioning: A Synthesis104
Ocean Regime Shift is Driving Collapse of the North Atlantic Right Whale Population68
Setting the Context for Offshore Wind Development Effects on Fish and Fisheries49
Acoustic Impacts of Offshore Wind Energy on Fishery Resources: An Evolving Source and Varied Effects Across a Wind Farm’s Lifetime45
The Effects of Offshore Wind Farms on Hydrodynamics and Implications for Fishes44
Offshore Wind Projects and Fisheries: Conflict and Engagement in the United Kingdom and the United States32
The Interaction Between Resource Species and Electromagnetic Fields Associated with Electricity Production by Offshore Wind Farms31
Offshore Wind Development in the Northeast US Shelf Large Marine Ecosystem: Ecological, Human, and Fishery Management Dimensions31
Maury for Modern Times: Navigating a Racist Legacy in Ocean Science25
A Review of Secchi’s Contribution to Marine Optics and the Foundation of Secchi Disk Science23
An Updated Assessment of the Changing Arctic Sea Ice Cover21
Human Health and Socioeconomic Effects of the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill in the Gulf of Mexico17
Offshore Wind Energy and Benthic Habitat Changes: Lessons from Block Island Wind Farm17
Surface Wave Breaking Caused by Internal Solitary Waves: Effects on Radar Backscattering Measured by SAR and Radar Altimeter15
Impacts of Petroleum, Petroleum Components, and Dispersants on Organisms and Populations14
Pelagic Biodiversity, Ecosystem Function, and Services: An Integrated Observing and Modeling Approach14
Observing Life in the Sea Using Environmental DNA14
The Story of Plastic Pollution: From the Distant Ocean Gyres to the Global Policy Stage13
Changes in Diversity and Species Composition Across Multiple Assemblages in the eastern Chukchi Sea During Two Contrasting Years are Consistent with Borealization12
Northward Range Expansion of Subarctic Upper Trophic Level Animals into the Pacific Arctic Region12
Satellite Remote Sensing and the Marine Biodiversity Observation Network: Current Science and Future Steps12
Transforming the Future of Marine Aquaculture: A Circular Economy Approach12
Overview of the Processes Driving Exchange at Cape Hatteras Program12
Considerations for Offshore Wind Energy Development Effects on Fish and Fisheries in the United States: A Review of Existing Studies, New Efforts, and Opportunities for Innovation11
Life in Internal Waves10
Surgical masks on the beach: COVID-19 and marine plastic pollution10
GoMRI Insights into Microbial Genomics and Hydrocarbon Bioremediation Response in Marine Ecosystems9
A Decade of GoMRI Dispersant Science: Lessons Learned and Recommendations for the Future9
Effects of the Block Island Wind Farm on Coastal Resources: Lessons Learned9
Advancing Ocean Observation with an AI-Driven Mobile Robotic Explorer9
Effects of Petroleum By-Products and Dispersants on Ecosystems8
Physical Transport Processes that Affect the Distribution of Oil in the Gulf of Mexico: Observations and Modeling8
The Gulf of Mexico: An Overview8
Visualizing Multi-Hectare Seafloor Habitats with BioCam8
Turbulent Mixing in a Changing Arctic Ocean8
Uncrewed Ocean Gliders and Saildrones Support Hurricane Forecasting and Research7
Changing the Culture of Coastal, Ocean, and Marine Sciences: Strategies for Individual and Collective Actions7
Hyperspectral Radiometry on Biogeochemical-Argo Floats: A Bright Perspective for Phytoplankton Diversity7
Eddies and the Distribution of Eddy Kinetic Energy in the Arctic Ocean7
Introduction to the Special Issue on Understanding the Effects of Offshore Wind Development on Fisheries6
Interactions between the Arctic Mediterranean and the Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation: A Review6
Biogeochemical Processes Affecting the Fate of Discharged Deepwater Horizon Gas and Oil: New Insights and Remaining Gaps in Our Understanding6
What Was Released? Assessing the Physical Properties and Chemical Composition of Petroleum and Products of Burned Oil6
How Might Artificial Intelligence Affect Scientific Publishing?6
At the Interface of Marine Disciplines: Use of Autonomous Seafloor Equipment for Studies of Biofouling Below the Shallow-Water Zone6
Prospects for Gulf of Mexico Environmental Recovery and Restoration5
Can Right Whales Out-Swim Climate Change? Can We?5
Technological Developments Since the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill5
Optimizing Large-Scale Biodiversity Sampling Effort: Toward an Unbalanced Survey Design5
Arctic Ocean Water Mass Structure and Circulation5
Marine Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON): An Observing System for Life in the Sea4
Fostering Global Science Networks in a Post-COVID-19 World4
An Integrated Observing System for Monitoring Marine Debris and Biodiversity4
A Global Ecological Classification of Coastal Segment Units to Complement Marine Biodiversity Observation Network Assessments4
Long-Term Ocean Observing Coupled with Community Engagement Improves Tsunami Early Warning4
Monitoring Algal Blooms with Complementary Sensors on Multiple Spatial and Temporal Scales4
Emerging Technologies and Approaches for In Situ, Autonomous Observing in the Arctic4
Changes in Southern Ocean Biogeochemistry and the Potential Impact on pH-Sensitive Planktonic Organisms4
Considerations for Scientists Getting Involved in Oil Spill Research3
From Disaster to Understanding: Formation and Accomplishments of the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative3
Detecting Mediterranean White Sharks with Environmental DNA3
Preparedness, Planning, and Advances in Operational Response3
An Interdisciplinary Perspective on Greenland’s Changing Coastal Margins3
On the Potential for Optical Detection of Microplastics in the Ocean3
Ocean Observing in the North Atlantic Subtropical Gyre3
The Technological, Scientific, and Sociological Revolution of Global Subsurface Ocean Observing3
Summary of Findings and Research Recommendations from the Gulf of Mexico Research Initiative3
Know Before You Go: A Community-Derived Approach to Planning for and Preventing Sexual Harassment at Oceanographic Field Sites3
Moored Observations of Current and Temperature in the Alas Strait: Collected for Submarine Tailing Placement, Used for Calculating the Indonesian Throughflow3
The Rise of Dynamical Oceanography—A Fragmentary Historical Note: The Stommel-Munk Correspondence, 1947–19533
Observations of Declining Primary Productivity in the Western Bering Strait3
Defining and Characterizing Habitable Environments in Ocean World Systems3
Harmful Algal Blooms in the Alaskan Arctic: An Emerging Threat as the Ocean Warms3
A Low-Cost, DIY Ultrasonic Water Level Sensor for Education, Citizen Science, and Research3
Observing Arctic Sea Ice2
Bio-Inspired Ocean Exploration2
An Optical Imaging System for Capturing Images in Low-Light Aquatic Habitats Using Only Ambient Light2
Community Perspectives on Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion in Ocean Sciences: A Town Hall Discussion2
Emerging, Low-Cost Ocean Observing Technologies to Democratize Access to the Ocean2
Operational Monitoring of Open-Ocean Carbon Dioxide Removal Deployments: Detection, Attribution, and Determination of Side Effects2
Changing Biogeochemistry of the Arctic Ocean: Surface Nutrient and CO2 Cycling in a Warming, Melting North2
Data Management and Interactive Visualizations for the Evolving Marine Biodiversity Observation Network2
Air-Ice-Ocean Interactions and the Delay of Autumn Freeze-Up in the Western Arctic Ocean2
Leveraging Earth Hydrosphere Science in the Search for Life on Ocean Worlds2
Gender Differences in NSF Ocean Sciences Awards2
The Role of Professional Societies in Advancing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion, Justice, and Accessibility in the Fields of Coastal and Ocean Science2
Alaskan Seabird Die-Offs2
Valuing the Ocean Carbon Sink in Light of National Climate Action Plans2
pySAS: Autonomous Solar Tracking System for Surface Water Radiometric Measurements2
BOOK REVIEW • Science on a Mission: How Military Funding Shaped What We Do and Don't Know About the Ocean2
Diversifying the Ocean Sciences: Thoughts on the Challenge Ahead2
Frontiers in Ocean Observing: Documenting Ecosystems, Understanding Environmental Changes, Forecasting Hazards2
Hot Vents Beneath an Icy Ocean: The Aurora Vent Field, Gakkel Ridge, Revealed2
A Short Glossary of Inclusive Language2
Sensitive Temperature Probes Detail Different Turbulence Processes in the Deep Mediterranean2
Arctic Ocean Boundary Exchanges: A Review2
Using Soundscapes to Assess Changes in Coral Reef Social-Ecological Systems2
The Growing Potential of Antarctic Blue Carbon2
Comparison of Two Soundscapes: An Opportunity to Assess the Dominance of Biophony Versus Anthropophony2
High-Stakes Mudbank Chase: At Low Tide, US Southeast Dolphins “Beach” Their Prey2
New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The Ocean Exploration Trust, NOAA Ocean Exploration, and Schmidt Ocean Institute 2021 Field Season1
PMEL Ocean Climate Stations as Reference Time Series and Research Aggregate Devices1
An Integrated Observing Effort for Sargassum Monitoring and Warning in the Caribbean Sea, Tropical Atlantic, and Gulf of Mexico1
Exploring New Technologies for Plankton Observations and Monitoring of Ocean Health1
A Viral Shift in Higher Education?1
The Arctic Radium Isotope Observing Network (ARION): Tracking Climate-​Driven Changes in Arctic Ocean Chemistry1
Observing Extreme Ocean and Weather Events Using Innovative Saildrone Uncrewed Surface Vehicles1
Leveraging Design Principles to Inform the Next Generation of NASA Earth Satellites1
Co-Production of Sea Ice Knowledge in Uummannaq Bay, Greenland1
The OpenCTD: A Low-Cost, Open-Source CTD for Collecting Baseline Oceanographic Data in Coastal Waters1
Introduction to the Special Issue on the New Arctic Ocean1
The ASLO Multicultural Program Pioneers Diversity Efforts in the Aquatic Sciences1
Developing Realistic Models for Assessing Marine Plastic Pollution in Semi-Enclosed Seas1
Evaluating Connectivity of Coastal Marine Habitats in the Gulf of Maine by Integrating Passive Acoustics and Metabarcoding1
Linking Oxygen and Carbon Uptake with the Meridional Overturning Circulation Using a Transport Mooring Array1
Integrating Biology into Ocean Observing Infrastructure: Society Depends on It1
Future Arctic Marine Navigation: Complexity and Uncertainties1
Envisioning and Writing a Thesis Proposal1
Monitoring Biodiversity Impacts of a Changing Arctic Through Environmental DNA1
Is the Atlantic Overturning Circulation Approaching a Tipping Point?1
Implosion in the Challenger Deep: Echo Sounding with the Shock Wave1
Climate-Relevant Ocean Transport Measurements in the Atlantic and Arctic Oceans1
Characterization and Speciation of Marine Materials Using Synchrotron Probes: Guidelines for New Users1
A Practical Approach to Monitoring Marine Protected Areas: An Application to El Bajo Espíritu Santo Seamount Near La Paz, Mexico1
DIY OCEANOGRAPHY • A Simple and Inexpensive Method for Manipulating Dissolved Oxygen in the Lab1
Technologies for Observing the Near Sea Surface1
A Generational Shift in Ocean Stewardship1
Evaluating the Evolving Ocean Acidification Risk to Dungeness Crab: Time-Series Observations and Modeling on the Olympic Coast, Washington, USA1
Co-Production of Knowledge in Arctic Research: Reconsidering and Reorienting Amidst the Navigating the New Arctic Initiative1
Integrating Oceanographic Research into High School Curricula: Achieving Broader Impacts Through Systems Education Experiences Modules1
Interdisciplinary Research Collaborative Trains Students to See Through Turbulent Systems1
Extreme Upwelling Events in the Seas of the Alor Kecil, Alor Island, Indonesia1
Broadening Participation through Research Experiences in Marine Science: An Early-Admit Immersive College Course Provides Experiential, Place-Based Scientific Training for Hawai‘i High School Students1
Tide Gauges: From Single Hazard to Multi-Hazard Warning Systems1
Exploring Methods for Understanding and Quantifying Plastic-Derived Dissolved Organic Matter1
Sound and the Seafloor: Determining Bathymetry Using Student-Built Acoustic Sensors1
Acidification of the Global Surface Ocean: What We Have Learned from Observations1
The California Harmful Algal Bloom Monitoring and Alert Program: A Success Story for Coordinated Ocean Observing1
Integrating Biodiversity and Environmental Observations in Support of National Marine Sanctuary and Large Marine Ecosystem Assessments1
Equity and Safety in Polar Oceanography? Let’s Start with Equal Chances of Survival. Literally.1
Finding a Thesis Topic1
Visiting Scientists Provide Capacity Development: Lessons Learned by POGO and SCOR1
A Review of Arctic Sea Ice Climate Predictability in Large-Scale Earth System Models1
New Frontiers in Ocean Exploration: The Ocean Exploration Trust 2022 Field Season1
UAV High-Resolution Imaging and Disease Surveys Combine to Quantify Climate-Related Decline in Seagrass Meadows1
The Culture of Science in Academia Is Overdue for Change1
Expanding Access to Ocean Science Through Inclusively Designed Data Sonifications1
Research Networking Activities Support Sustained Coordinated Observations of Arctic Change1
Lessons Learned from Running a Conference in the Time of COVID-19 and the Silver Linings of Shifting to Online1
Increased Prevalence of Open Water During Winter in the Bering Sea: Cultural Consequences in Unalakleet, Alaska, 20221
Species Archetype Models of Kelp Forest Communities Reveal Diverse Responses to Environmental Gradients1
How to Teach Motivating and Hands-On Laboratory and Field Courses in a Virtual Setting1
Advances in Environmental DNA Sampling for Observing Ocean Twilight Zone Animal Diversity1
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