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  1. Aizinger, V., J. Proft, C. Dawson, D. Pothina, and S. Negusse (2013). A three-dimensional discontinuous Galerkin model applied to the baroclinic simulation of Corpus Christi Bay. Ocean Dyn., 63, 89-113.
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  3. Bachman, S.D., B. Fox-Kemper, J.R. Taylor, L.N. Thomas (2017). Parameterization of Frontal Symmetric Instabilities. I: Theory for Resolved Fronts. Ocean Modelling, 109, 72-95.
  4. Benbow, A. C., J. H. MacMahan, E. B. Thornton (2017). Analysis of Surface Foam Holes Associated with Depth-Limited Breaking. Journal of Coastal Research, accepted.
  5. Beron-Vera, F.J. (2014). Flow coherence: Distinguishing cause from effect. In G. Ruiz Chavarria (ed.), Topics in Fluid Mechanics, Springer, 81-89.
  6. Beron-Vera, F.J., M.J. Olascoaga, G. Haller, M. Farazmand, J. Trinanes and Y. Wang (2015). Dissipative inertial transport patterns near coherent Lagrangian eddies in the ocean. Chaos, 25(8), 087412.
  7. Beron-Vera, F.J., J. H. LaCasce (2016). Statistics of simulated and observed pair separation in the Gulf of Mexico. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 46(7), 2183-2199.
  8. Beron-Vera, F.J., M.J. Olascoaga and R. Lupkin (2016). Inertia-induced accumulation of flotsam in the subtropical gyres. Geophys. Res. Letters, 43(23), 12228-12233.
  9. Berta, M., A. Griffa, M. Magaldi, T. Özgökmen, A. Poje, A. Haza, J. Olascoaga (2015). Improved surface velocity and trajectory estimates in the Gulf of Mexico from blended satellite altimetry and drifter data. J. Atmos. Ocean. Technol., 32(10), 1880-1901.
  10. Berta, M., A. Griffa, T. M. Özgökmen and A.C. Poje (2016). Submesoscale evolution of surface drifter triads in the Gulf of Mexico. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(22), 12228-12233.
  11. Bogucki, D. J., H. Luo, and J.A. Domaradzki (2012). Experimental evidence of the Kraichnan scalar spectrum at high Reynolds number. J. Phys. Oceanogr., 42 (10), 1717-1728.
  12. Bogucki, D.J., and G. Spiers (2013). What percentage of the oceanic mixed layer is accessible to marine lidar? Global and the Gulf of Mexico prospective. Optics Express, 20(21), 23997-24014.
  13. Bogucki, D.J., K. Huguenard, B.K. Haus, T.M. Özgökmen, A. Reniers, N. J. M. Laxague (2015). Scaling Laws for the Upper-Ocean Temperature Dissipation Rate. Geophysical Research Letters, 42(3), 839-846.
  14. Bogucki, D. J., and J. A. Domaradzki (2015). Temperature gradient spectra and temperature dissipation rate in a turbulent convective flow. Journal of Turbulence, 16(12), 1179-1198.
  15. Brouwer, R. L., M. A. de Schipper, P. F. Rynne, F. J. Graham, A. J.H.M. Reniers, J. H. MacMahan (2015). Surf zone monitoring using rotary wing Unmanned Aerial Vehicles. J. Atmos. Ocean. Technol., 32(4), 855–863.
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  17. Carrier, M., H. Ngodock, S. Smith, P. Muscarella, G. Jacobs, T. Özgökmen, B. Haus, and B. Lipphardt (2014). Impact of Assimilating Ocean Velocity Observations Inferred from Lagrangian Drifter Data Using the NCOM-4DVAR. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142(4), 1509–1524.
  18. Carrier, M., H. Ngodock, P. Muscarella, S. Smith (2016). Impact of Assimilating Surface Velocity Observations on the Model Sea Surface Height using the NCOM-4DVAR. Monthly Weather Review, 144, 1051-1068.
  19. Chanton, J., T. Zhao, B. E. Rosenheim, S. Joye, S. Bosman, C. Brunner, K. M. Yeager, A. R. Diercks, D. Hollander (2015). Using Natural Abundance Radiocarbon To Trace the Flux of Petrocarbon to the Seafloor Following the Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill. Environmental Science and Technology, 49(2), 847–854.
  20. Chen, S. S., and M. Curcic (2016). Ocean surface waves in Hurricane Ike (2008) and Superstorm Sandy (2012): Coupled modeling and observations. Ocean Modelling, 103, 161-176.
  21. Coelho E., P. Hogan, G. Jacobs, P. Thoppil, H. Huntley, B. Haus, B. Lipphardt, Jr., A. D. Kirwan, Jr., E. H. Ryan, J. Olascoaga, G. Novelli, F. Beron-Vera, A. C. Haza, A. C. Poje, A. Griffa, T.M. Özgökmen, D. Bogucki, S. S. Chen, M. Curcic, M. Iskandarani, F. Judt, N. Laxague, A. J. Mariano, A.J.H.M. Reniers, C. Smith, A. Valle-Levinson, and M. Wei (2015). Ocean Current Estimation Using a Multi-Model Ensemble Kalman Filter During the Grand Lagrangian Deployment Experiment (GLAD). Ocean Modelling, 87, 86-106.
  22. Curcic, M., S.S. Chen and T. M. Özgökmen (2016). Hurricane‐Induced Ocean Waves and Stokes Drift and their Impacts on Surface Transport and Dispersion in the Gulf of Mexico. Geophysical Research Letters, 43(6), 2773-2781.
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  24. Dean, C., A. Soloviev, A. Hirons, T. Frank, J. Wood (2016). Biomixing Due to Diel Vertical Migrations of Zooplankton: Comparison of Computational Fluid Dynamics Model with Observations. Ocean Modelling, 98, 51-64.
  25. Deremble, B. (2016). Convective plumes in rotating systems. J. Fluid. Mechanics, 799(7), 27-55.
  26. Dewar, W.K., J. Schoonover, T.J. McDougall, and W.R. Young (2015). Semicompressible Ocean Dynamics. J. Phy. Oceanogr., 45, 149–156.
  27. Dewar, William K., Joseph Schoonover, Trevor McDougall, Rupert Klein (2016). Semicompressible Ocean Thermodynamics and Boussinesq Energy Conservation. Fluids, 1(2), 9.
  28. Dietrich, J.C., C.J. Trahan, M.T. Howard, J.G. Fleming, R.J. Weaver, S. Tanaka, L. Yu, R.A. Luettich, Jr., C.N. Dawson, G. Wells, J.J. Westerink, A. Lu, K. Vega, A. Kubach, K.M. Dresback, R.L. Kolar, C. Kaiser, and R.R. Twilley (2012). Surface trajectories of oil transport along the northern coastline of the Gulf of Mexico. Cont. Shelf Res., 41(1), 17-47.
  29. Dietrich, J.C., C.N. Dawson, J.M. Proft, M.T. Howard, G. Wells, J.G. Fleming, R.A. Luettich Jr, J.J. Westerink, Z. Cobell, M. Vitse, H. Lander, B.O. Blanton, C.M. Szpilka, J.H. Atkinson (2013). Real-Time Forecasting and Visualization of Hurricane Waves and Storm Surge Using SWAN+ADCIRC and FigureGen. Computational Challenges in the Geosciences, The IMA Volumes in Mathematics and its Applications, 156, 49-70.
  30. Donelan, M. A., M. Curcic, S. S. Chen, and A. K. Magnusson (2012). Modeling waves and wind stress. J. Geophys. Res., 117, C00J23, doi:10.1029/2011JC007787.
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  32. Fabregat, A., W.K. Dewar, T.M. Özgökmen, A.C. Poje, and N. Wienders (2015). Numerical Simulations of Turbulent Thermal, Bubble and Hybrid Plumes. Ocean Modelling, 90, 16-28.
  33. Fabregat A.T., A.C. Poje, T.M. Özgökmen and W.K. Dewar (2016). Effects of rotation on turbulent buoyant plumes in stratified environments. JGR-Oceans, 121(8), 5397-5417, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  34. Fabregat, A., B. Deremble, A.C. Poje, T.M. Özgökmen and W.K. Dewar (2016). Dynamics of multiphase turbulent plumes with hybrid buoyancy sources in stratified environments. Physics of Fluids, 28(9) 095109.
  35. Fiorentino, L., M.J. Olascoaga, and A.D.K.J. Reniers (2014). Analysis of water quality and circulation of four recreational Miami beaches through the use of Lagrangian Coherent Structures. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 83(1), 181-189.
  36. Fredj, Erick, Daniel Carlson, Yael Amitai, Avi Gozolchiani, Hezi Gildor (2016). The Particle Tracking and Analysis Toolbox (PaTATO) for Matlab. Limnology and Oceanography, 14(9), 586-599.
  37. Fujimura, A., A. Soloviev, S. Hyung Rhee, and R Romeiser​ (2016). Coupled Model Simulation of Wind Stress Effect on Far Wakes of Ships in SAR Images. Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 54(5), 2543-2551.
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  39. Geng, X., M. C. Boufadel, K. Lee, S. Abrams, and M. Suidan (2015). Biodegradation of subsurface oil in a tidally influenced sand beach: Impact of hydraulics and interaction with pore water chemistry. Water Resour. Res., 51(5), 3193–3218, doi:10.1002/2014WR016870.
  40. Geng, X., and M. C. Boufadel (2015). Impacts of evaporation on subsurface flow and salt accumulation in a tidally influenced beach. Water Resour. Res., 51(7), 5547–5565, doi:10.1002/2015WR016886.
  41. Geng, X., M. Boufadel, T. Özgökmen, T. King, K. Lee, Y. Lu, Z. Lin (2016). Oil droplets transport due to irregular waves: Development of large-scale spreading coefficients. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 104(1–2), 279–289.
  42. Geng, X., Z. Pan, M. C. Boufadel, T. Özgökmen, K. Lee, and L. Zhao (2016). Simulation of oil bioremediation of a tidally-influenced beach: Spatio-temporal evolution of nutrient and dissolved oxygen. JGR-Oceans, 121(4), 2385-2404, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  43. Geng, Xiaolong, Michel C. Boufadel, and Nancy Jackson (2016). Evidence of salt accumulation in beach intertidal zone due to evaporation. Nature.com/Scientific Reports, 6, 31486.
  44. Golshan, R., A.E. Tejada-Martínez, M. Juha, and Y. Bazilevs (2017). LES and RANS simulation of wind- and wave-forced oceanic turbulent boundary layers in shallow water with wall modeling. Computers and Fluids, 142, 96-10.
  45. Goncalves, Rafael C., Mohamed Iskandarani, Ashwanth Srinivasan, Carlisle Thacker, Eric Chassignet, and Omar M. Knio (2016). A framework to quantify uncertainty in simulations of oil transport in the ocean. Journal of Geophysical Research, 121(4), 2058-2077.
  46. Goni, G. J., J. A. Trinanes, A. MacFadyen, D. Streett, M. J. Olascoaga, M. L. Imhoff, F. Muller-Karger, and M. A. Roffer (2015). Variability of the Deepwater Horizon Surface Oil Spill Extent and its Relationship to Varying Ocean Currents and Extreme Weather Conditions. Mathematical Modelling and Numerical Simulation of Oil Pollution Problems, Springer, 2, 1-22.
  47. Gough, M. K., A. J. H. M. Reniers, J. H. MacMahan, and S. D. Howden (2016). Resonant near-surface inertial oscillations in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico. JGR-Oceans, 121(4), 2163-2182, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  48. Graham, Lindley, Troy Butler, Scott Walsh, Clint Dawson, Joannes J. Westerink (2017). A Measure-Theoretic Algorithm for Estimating Bottom Friction in a Coastal Inlet: Case Study of Bay St. Louis during Hurricane Gustav (2008). Monthly Weather Review, 145(3), 929-954.
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  50. Hajieghrary, Hadi, M. Ani Hsieh, Ira B. Schwartz (2016). Multi-agent search for source localization in a turbulent medium. Physics Letters A, 380(20), 1698-1705.
  51. Haller, G., and F.J. Beron-Vera (2012). Geodesic theory of transport barriers in two-dimensional flows. Physica D, 241(20), 1680-1702.
  52. Haller, G., and F.J. Beron-Vera (2013). Coherent Lagrangian vortices: The black holes of turbulence. J. Fluid Mech., 731, R4.
  53. Haller, G., and F.J. Beron-Vera (2014). Addendum to ‘Coherent Lagrangian vortices: the black holes of turbulence.’ J. Fluid Mech., 755, R3.
  54. Halliwell, Jr., G. R., A. Srinivasan, V. Kourafalou, H. Yang, D. Willey, M. Le Henaff, and R. Atlas (2014). Rigorous evaluation of a fraternal twin ocean OSSE system for the open Gulf of Mexico. J. Atmos. Ocean. Technol., 31(1), 105–130.
  55. Hamilton, B., Dean, C., Kurata, N., Vella, K., Soloviev, A., Tartar, A., Shivji, M., Matt, S., Perrie, W., Lehner, S., B. Zhang (2015). Surfactant associated bacteria in the sea surface microlayer: Case studies in the Straits of Florida and the Gulf of Mexico. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing, 41(2), 135-143.
  56. Haza, A.C., T.M. Özgökmen, A. Griffa, A.C. Poje, and M.-P. Lelong (2014). How Does Drifter Position Uncertainty Affect Ocean Dispersion Estimates? J. Atmos. Ocean. Technol., 31(12), 2809–2828.
  57. Haza, Angelique, Tamay M Özgökmen, Patrick J Hogan (2016). Impact of submesoscales on surface material distribution in a Gulf of Mexico mesoscale eddy. Ocean Modelling, 107(11), 28-47.
  58. Huguenard, K. D., D. J. Bogucki, D. G. Ortiz-Suslow, N. J. M. Laxague, J. H. MacMahan, T. M. Özgökmen, B. K. Haus, A. J. H. M. Reniers, J. Hargrove, A. V. Soloviev, H. Graber (2016). On the nature of the frontal zone of the Choctawhatchee Bay plume in the Gulf of Mexico. JGR-Oceans, 121(2), 1322-1345, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  59. Huntley, H.S., B.L. Lipphardt, Jr., G. Jacobs, A.D. Kirwan, Jr. (2015). Clusters, deformation, and dilation: Diagnostics for material accumulation regions, JGR-Oceans, 120(10), 6622-6636, Gulf Oil Spill special section.

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  60. Iskandarani, M., S. Wang, A. Srinivasan, W. Thacker, J. Winokur, O. Knio (2016). An overview of uncertainty quantification techniques with application to oceanic and oil-spill simulations. JGR-Oceans, 121(4), 2789-2808, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  61. Iskandarani, M., M. Le Hénaff, W. C. Thacker, A. Srinivasan, and O. M. Knio (2016). Quantifying uncertainty in Gulf of Mexico forecasts stemming from uncertain initial conditions. JGR-Oceans, 121(7), 4819-4832, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
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  63. Jacobs, G., J. G. Richman, J. D. Doyle, P. Spence, B. Bartels, C. N. Barron, R. Helber, and F. Bub (2014). Simulating conditional deterministic predictability within ocean frontogenesis. Ocean Modelling, 78, 1–16.
  64. Jacobs, G.A., B. Bartels, D. Bogucki, F.J. Beron-Vera, S. S. Chen, E.F. Coelho, M. Curcic, A. Griffa, M. Gough, B.K. Haus, A.C. Haza, R.W. Helber, P.J. Hogan, H. Huntley, M. Iskandarani, F. Judt, A.D. Kirwan Jr., N. Laxague, A. Valle-Levinson, B. Lipphardt, A. Mariano, H.E. Ngodock, G. Novelli, M.J. Olascoaga, T.M. Özgökmen, P.G. Thoppil, A.C. Poje, A. J.H.M. Reniers, C.D. Rowley, E.H. Ryan, S.R. Smith, P.L. Spence, and M.Wei (2014). Data Assimilation Considerations for Improved Ocean Predictability during the Gulf of Mexico Grand Lagrangian Deployment (GLAD), Ocean Modelling, 83, 98-117.
  65. Jacobs, Gregg A., Helga S. Huntley, A. D. Kirwan, Jr., Bruce L. Lipphardt, Jr., Timothy Campbell, Travis Smith, Kacey Edwards, Brent Bartels (2016). Ocean processes underlying surface clustering. JGR-Oceans, 121(1), 180-197, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  66. Joye, S.B., J. Montoya, S. Murawski, T. Özgökmen, T. Wade, R. Montuoro, B. Roberts, D. Hollander, W. Jeffrey, and J. Chanton (2014). A Rapid Response Study of the Hercules Gas Well Blowout. Eos Trans. AGU, 95(38), 341–342, (23 September 2014).
  67. Joye, Samantha B., Annalisa Bracco, Tamay M. Özgökmen, Jeffrey P. Chanton, Martin Grosell, Ian R. MacDonald, Erik E. Cordes, Joseph P. Montoya, Uta Passow (2016). The Gulf of Mexico Ecosystem, six years after the Macondo Oil Wll Blowout. Deep-Sea Research II, 129, 4-19.
  68. Judt, F., S. S. Chen (2015). A new aircraft hurricane wind climatology and applications in assessing predictive skill of tropical cyclone intensity using high-resolution ensemble forecasts. Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 14, 6043-6050.
  69. Judt, F., S. S. Chen, and J. Berner (2016). Predictability of Tropical Cyclone Intensity: Scale-dependent Forecast Error Growth in High-Resolution Stochastic Kinetic-Energy Backscatter Ensembles. Quart. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., 142, 43–57, Part A.
  70. Judt, Falko, Shuyi S. Chen, and Milan Curcic (2016). Atmospheric Forcing of the Upper Ocean Transport in the Gulf of Mexico: From Seasonal to Diurnal Scales. JGR-Oceans, 121(6), 4416-4433, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
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  72. Kurata, Naoko, Kate Vella, Bryan Hamilton, Mahmood Shivji, Alexander Soloviev, Silvia Matt, Aurélien Tartar, William Perrie (2016). Surfactant-associated bacteria in the near-surface layer of the ocean. Nature.com/Scientific Reports, 6, 19123.
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  74. Laxague, N. J. M., B. K. Haus, D. Bogucki, and T.M. Özgökmen (2015). Spectral characterization of fine-scale wind waves using shipboard optical polarimetry. JGR-Oceans, 120(4), 3140-3156.
  75. Laxague, Nathan J. M., Milan Curcic, Jan-Victor Björkqvist, and Brian K. Haus (2017). Gravity Capillary Wave Spectral Modulation by Gravity Waves. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 55(5), 2477-2485.
  76. Lee, C.-Y., and S. S. Chen, (2014). Stable Boundary Layer and Its Impact on Tropical Cyclone Structure in a Coupled Atmosphere-Ocean Model. Mon. Wea. Rev., 142(5), 1927–1944.
  77. Li, Guotu, Mohamed Iskandarani, Matthieu Le Hénaff, Justin Winokur, Olivier P. Le Maître, Omar M. Knio (2016). Quantifying initial and wind forcing uncertainties in the Gulf of Mexico. Computational Geosciences, 20(5), 1133–1153.
  78. Lumpkin, R., T.M. Özgökmen and L. Centurioni (2016). Advances in the Application of Surface Drifters. Annual Review of Marine Science, 9(1), 59-81.
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  80. Mandli, K.T., and C.N. Dawson (2014). Adaptive mesh refinement for storm surge. Ocean Modelling, 75, 36–50.
  81. Mariano, A. J., E. H. Ryan, H. S. Huntley, L.C. Laurindo, E. Coelho, A. Griffa, T. M. Özgökmen, M. Berta, D. Bogucki, S. Chen, M. Curcic, K.L. Drouin, M. Gough, B. K. Haus, A. C. Haza, P. Hogan, M. Iskandarani, G. Jacobs, A. D. Kirwan, Jr., N. Laxague, B. Lipphardt, Jr., M. G. Magaldi, G. Novelli, A. Reniers, J. M. Restrepo, C. Smith, A. Valle-Levinson, and M. Wei (2016). Statistical properties of the surface velocity field in the northern Gulf of Mexico sampled by GLAD drifters. JGR-Oceans, 121(7), 5193-5216, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  82. Marques, G.M., and T.M. Özgökmen (2014). On modeling turbulent exchange in buoyancy-driven fronts. Ocean Modelling, 83, 43-62.
  83. Matt, S., A. Fujimura, A. Soloviev, S.H. Rhee, and R. Romeiser (2014). Fine-scale features on the sea surface in SAR satellite imagery. Part II: Numerical modeling. Ocean Science, 10, 427-438, doi:10.5194/os-10-427-2014.
  84. Mayo, T., T. Butler, C. Dawson, and I. Hoteit (2014). Data assimilation within the Advanced Circulation (ADCIRC) Modeling Framework for the Estimation of Manning’s Friction Coefficient. Ocean Modelling, 76, 43–58.
  85. Maze, G.M., M. J. Olascoaga, and L. Brand (2015). Historical analysis of environmental conditions during Florida Red Tide. Harmful Algae, 50, 1-7.
  86. Mensa, J.A., T.M. Özgökmen, A.C. Poje, J. Imberger (2015). Material Transport in a Convective Surface Mixed Layer Under Weak Wind Forcing. Ocean Modelling, 96, 226-242.
  87. Muscarella, P. A., M. Carrier, H. Ngodock, S. Smith, B. Lipphardt, A. D. Kirwan, H. Huntley (2015). Do assimilated drifter velocities improve Lagrangian predictability in an operational ocean model? Mon. Wea. Rev., 143(5), 1822–1832.
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  89. Olascoaga, M. J., F. J. Beron-Vera, G. Haller, J. Trinanes, M. Iskandarani, E. F. Coelho, B. Haus, H. S. Huntley, G. Jacobs, A. D. Kirwan, Jr., B.L. Lipphardt, Jr., T. Özgökmen, A.J.H.M. Reniers, and A. Valle-Levinson (2013). Drifter motion in the Gulf of Mexico constrained by altimetric Lagrangian coherent structures. Geophysical Research Letters, 40(23), 6171–6175.
  90. Olascoaga, M.J., and G. Haller (2012). Forecasting sudden changes in environmental pollution patterns. PNAS, 109(13), 4738-4743.
  91. Ortiz-Suslow, D., B. Haus, N. Laxague, A. Reniers, H. Graber, N. Williams (2015). The spatial-temporal variability of air-sea momentum fluxes observed at a tidal inlet. Journal of Geophysical Research, 120(2), 660–676.
  92. Özgökmen, T.M., and P.F. Fischer (2012). CFD application to oceanic mixed layer sampling with Lagrangian platforms. Int. J. Comput. Fluid Dyn., 26(6-8), 337-348.
  93. Özgökmen, T.M., A.C. Poje, P.F. Fischer, H. Childs, H. Krishnan, C. Garth, A. Haza, and E. Ryan (2012). On multi-scale dispersion under the influence of surface mixed layer instabilities and deep flows. Ocean Modelling, 56, 16-30.
  94. Özgökmen, T.M., F. J. Beron-Vera, D. Bogucki, S. Chen, C. Dawson, W. Dewar, A. Griffa, B.K. Haus, A.C. Haza, H. Huntley, M. Iskandarani, G. Jacobs, B. Jagers, A.D. Kirwan, Jr., N. Laxague, B. Lipphart, Jr., J. MacMahan, A.J. Mariano, J. Olascoaga, G. Novelli, A.C. Poje, A.J.H.M. Reniers, J.M. Restrepo, B. Rosenheim, E.H. Ryan, C. Smith, A. Soloviev, S. Venkataramani, G. Zha, P. Zhu (2014). Research Overview of the Consortium for Advanced Research on Transport of Hydrocarbon in the Environment (CARTHE). International Oil Spill Conference Proceedings, 2014(1), 544-560.
  95. Özgökmen, T., E. P. Chassignet, C. Dawson, D. Dukhovskoy, G. Jacobs, J. Ledwell, O. Garcia-Pinada, I. MacDonald, S. L. Morey, M. Olascoaga, A. C. Poje, M. Reed, J. Skancke (2016). Over what area did the oil and gas spread during the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill? Oceanography, 29(3), 96-107.
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  97. Panteleev, G., M. Yaremchuck, O. Francis, and T. Kikuchi (2013). Configuring high frequency radar observations in the Southern Chukchi Sea. Polar Sci., 7(2), 72-81.
  98. Panteleev, G., M. Yaremchuk, and E. Rogers (2015). Adjoint-Free Variational Data Assimilation into a Regional Wave Model. J. Atmos. Oceanic Technol., 32, 1386–1399.
  99. Pendergraft. M.A. and B.E. Rosenheim (2014). Varying relative degradation rates of oil in different forms and environments revealed by ramped pyrolysis. Environmental Science and Technology, 48(18), 10966-10974.
  100. Poje, A.C., T.M. Özgökmen, B. Lipphart, Jr., B. Haus, E.H. Ryan, A.C. Haza, G. Jacobs, A.J.H.M. Reniers, J. Olascoaga, G. Novelli, A. Griffa, F.J. Beron-Vera, S. S. Chen, P. Hogan, E. Coelho, A.D. Kirwan, Jr., H. Huntley, A.J. Mariano (2014). Submesoscale dispersion in the vicinity of the Deepwater Horizon spill. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 111(35), 12693-12698.
  101. Poje, A.C., T.M. Özgökmen, D.J. Bogucki, and A. Kirwan, Jr. (2017). Evidence of a forward energy cascade and Kolmogorov self-similarity in submesoscale ocean surface drifter observations. Physics of Fluids, special issue for Prof. John Lumley, accepted.
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  103. Restrepo, J.M., S. Venkataramani, and C. Dawson (2014). Nearshore sticky waters. Ocean Modelling, 80, 49-58.
  104. Restrepo, J.M., V. Shankar, D. Comeau, and H. Flaschka (2014). Defining a trend for time series using the intrinsic time-scale decomposition. New J. Phys., 16, 085004.
  105. Romero, I., T. Özgökmen, S. Snyder, P. Schwing, B. O’Malley, F. Beron-Vera, M. Olascoaga, P. Zhu, E. Ryan, S. Chen, D. Wetzel, D. Hollander, S. Murawski (2016). Tracking the Hercules 265 Marine Gas Well Blowout in the Gulf of Mexico. JGR-Oceans, 121(1), 706-724, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  106. Rosenheim, B., M.A. Pendergraft, G.C. Flowers, R. Carney, J. Sericano, R.M. Amer, J. Chanton, Z. Dincer, and T. Wade (2016). Employing extant stable carbon isotope data in Gulf of Mexico sedimentary organic matter for oil spill studies. Deep-Sea Research II. 129, 249-258.
  107. Rosenthal, S., S. Venkataraman, A.J. Mariano, and J.M. Restrepo (2016). Displacement Data Assimilation. Journal Of Computational Physics, 330, 594-614.
  108. Roth, M., J. MacMahan, A. Reniers, T.M. Özgökmen, K. Woodall and B. Haus (2017). Observations of Inner Shelf Cross-Shore Surface Material Transport Adjacent to a Coastal Inlet in the Northern Gulf of Mexico, Continental Shelf Research, 137(4), 142-153.
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  110. Sarafraz, A., and B. K. Haus (2016). A structured light method for underwater surface reconstruction. ISPRS Journal of Photogrammetry and Remote Sensing, 114(4), 40-52.
  111. Schroeder, K., J. Chiggiato, A.C. Haza, A. Griffa, T.M. Özgökmen, P. Zanasca, A. Molcard, M. Borghini, P.M. Poulain, R. Gerin, Z. Zambianchi, P. Falco, and C. Trees (2012). Targeted Lagrangian sampling of submesoscale dispersion at a coastal frontal zone. Geophysical Research Letters, 39(11), L11608.
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  114. Soloviev, A., A. Fujimura, and S. Matt (2012). Air-sea interface in hurricane conditions., J. Geophys. Res., 117(C11), C00J34.
  115. Soloviev, A., C. Maingot, S. Matt, R. E. Dodge, S. Lehner, D. Velotto, S. Brusch, W. Perrie, and E. Hochberg (2012). Fine-scale features on the sea surface in SAR satellite imagery – Part 1: Simultaneous in-situ measurements. Ocean Science Discussions, 9, 2885-2914.
  116. Soloviev, A., and R. Lukas (2014). The near-surface layer of the ocean: structure, dynamics and applications. Second Edition. Springer, 552 p., SBN 978-94-007-7620-3.
  117. Soloviev, A., R. Lukas, M. Donelan, B. Haus, and I. Ginis (2014). The air-sea interface and surface stress under tropical cyclones. Nature.com/Scientific Reports, 4, 5306.
  118. Soloviev, A.V., S. Matt, and A. Fujimura (2015). Three-Dimensional Dynamics of Freshwater Lenses in the Ocean’s Near-Surface Layer. Oceanography, 28(1), 142–149.
  119. Soloviev, A. V., B. K. Haus, M. G. McGauley, C. W. Dean, D. Ortiz-Suslow, N. Laxague, T. M. Özgökmen (2016). Surface Dynamics of Crude and Weathered Oil in the Presence of Dispersants: Laboratory Experiment and Numerical Simulation. JGR-Oceans, 121(5), 3502-3516, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  120. Sraj I., M. Iskandarani, A. Srinivasan, W.C. Thacker, J. Winokur, A. Alexanderian, C. Lee, S. S. Chen, and O.M. Knio (2013). Bayesian inference of drag parameters using AXBT data from Typhoon Fanapi. Mon. Wea. Rev., 141(7), 2347-2367.
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  122. Sulman, M. H. M., H.S. Huntley, B.L. Lipphardt, Jr., and A.D. Kirwan, Jr. (2012). Out of Flatland: Three-dimensional aspects of Lagrangian transport in geophysical fluids. AGU Geophysical Monograph Series: Langrangian Modeling of the Atmosphere, 77-84.
  123. Sulman, M. H. M., H.S. Huntley, B.L. Lipphardt, Jr., and A.D. Kirwan, Jr. (2013). Leaving Flatland: Diagnostics for Lagrangian coherent structures in three-dimensional flows. Physica D, 258, 77-92.
  124. Sulman, M. H. M., H.S. Huntley, B.L. Lipphardt, Jr., G. Jacobs, P. Hogan, and A.D. Kirwan, Jr. (2013). Hyperbolicity in temperature and flow fields during the formation of a Loop Current ring. Nonlinear Proc. Geophys., 20(5), 883-892.
  125. Suzuki, Nobuhiro, and Baylor Fox-Kemper (2016). Understanding Stokes forces in the wave-averaged equations. JGR-Oceans, 121(5), 3579-3596, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
  126. Suzuki, Nobuhiro, Baylor Fox-Kemper, Peter E. Hamlington, and Luke P. Van Roekel (2016). Surface waves affect frontogenesis. JGR-Oceans, 121(5), 3597–3624, Gulf Oil Spill special section.
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  133. Wang, P., and Tamay M. Özgökmen (2015). How Do Hydrodynamic Instabilities Affect 3D Transport in Geophysical Vortices? Ocean Modelling, 87, 48-66.
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  136. Wang, Peng, Tamay M. Özgökmen, Angelique C. Haza (2016). Material dispersion by oceanic internal waves. Environmental Fluid Mechanics, accepted.
  137. Wei, M., G. Jacobs, C. Rowley, C. Barron, P. Hogan, P. Spence, O.M. Smedstad, P. Muscarella, and E. Coelho (2013). The impact of initial spread calibration on the RELO ensemble and its application to Lagrangian dynamics. Nonlinear Proc. Geophys., 20(5), 621–641.
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Submitted

 

  1. Carmody, K. A. J. Mariano, and D. W. Kerstetter (2016). A Principal Component Analysis of vertical temperature profiles for tracking movements of swordfish Xiphias gladius. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, submitted.
  2. Chang, Henry, Helga S. Huntley, A.D. Kirwan, Jr., B.L. Lipphardt, Jr., Mohamed H. M. Sulman (2016). Coherent Lagrangian structures in stratified 3D Euler flow on an f-plane. Physica D, submitted.
  3. Curcic, Milan and Shuyi S. Chen (2015). Impacts of Wind, Waves, and Currents on Surface Transport during the Surfzone Coastal Oil Pathways Experiment (SCOPE). JGR-Oceans, Gulf Oil Spill special section, submitted.
  4. Cyriac, R, JC Dietrich, JG Fleming, BO Blanton, RA Luettich Jr, C Kaiser (2015). Forecast Predictions of Winds, Waves and Surge during Hurricane Arthur (2014): Sensitivities to Track Uncertainty and Wind Model Formulation. Coastal Engineering, submitted.
  5. Duran, R., F.J. Beron-Vera and M.J. Olascoaga (2016). Quasi-steady Lagrangian transport patterns in the Gulf of Mexico. Geophysical Research Letters, submitted.
  6. Fabregat, A., B. Deremble, N. Wienders, A. Stroman, A.C. Poje, T.M. Özgökmen and W.K. Dewar (2016). Rotating 2d point source plume models with application to Deep Water Horizon. Ocean Modelling, submitted.
  7. Golshan, R., M. C. Boufadel, V. A. Rodriguez, X. Geng, F. Gao, and A. E. Tejada-Martínez (2016). Oil droplet transport under non-breaking waves: An Eulerian RANS approach combined with a Lagrangian particle dispersion model. Ocean Modelling, submitted.
  8. Hajieghrary, H., A. Fabregat Tomás, M. Ani Hsieh (2015). An Information Theoretic Source Seeking Strategy for Plume Tracking in 3D Turbulent Fields. 2015 IEEE International Symposium on Safety, Security, and Rescue Robotics, Oct 2015, West Lafayette, IN, submitted.
  9. Huguenard, K. D., D. J. Bogucki, D. G. Ortiz-Suslow, J. H. MacMahan, A. J. H. M. Reniers, T. M. Özgökmen, M. Shao, B. Haus (2016). Parameterizing TKE dissipation over the inner shelf. JGR Oceans, submitted.
  10. Jacobs, Gregg, Baylor Fox-Kemper (2016). Open Ocean Dynamics. The Sea, submitted.
  11. Juha, M., J. Zhang, and A. E. Tejada-Martínez (2016). Large scale structures in LES of an oscillating open channel flow under the influence of surface cooling. Computers and Fluids, submitted.
  12. Laurindo, L.C., A.J. Mariano, and R. Lumpkin (2016). An improved surface velocity climatology for the global ocean from drifter observations. Deep Sea Research I, submitted.
  13. Kirwan, Jr., A.D., H.S. Huntley, H. Chang (2017). Emergence of Coherent Clusters in the Ocean, in Nonlinear Advances in Geosciences. edited by A. Tsonis, Springer, submitted.
  14. Mensa, Jean A., and Mary-Louise Timmermans (2016). Characterizing the seasonal cycle of upper-ocean flows under multi-year sea ice. Ocean Modeling, submitted.
  15. Novelli, G., C.M. Guigand, C. Cousin, H. Dai, E. Ryan, B. Haus, and T. M. Özgökmen (2017). A biodegradable surface drifter for ocean sampling on a massive scale. JTECH, submitted.
  16. Roth, M.K., D. Kuitenbrouwer, J. MacMahan, A. Reniers, T.M. Özgökmen (2016). Along-shelf Currents Forced by Crossshore Winds in the Inner Shelf of the Northeastern Gulf of Mexico. JGR-Ocean, submitted.
  17. Soloviev, A. V., A. Hirons, C. Maingot, C. W. Dean, R. E. Dodge, A. E. Yankovsky, J. Wood, R. H. Weisberg, M. E. Luther, and J. P. McCreary (2015). Southward Flow on the Coastal Flank of the Florida Current. JGR-Oceans, submitted.
  18. Soloviev, Alexander V., Cayla W. Dean, Roger Lukas, Mark A. Donelan, Eugene Terray (2016) Spatially-coherent Organized Motion in the Upper Ocean Turbulent Boundary Layer: Langmuir Circulation and Ramp-like Structures. JGR-Oceans, submitted
  19. Wei, M.: Initial Perturbations based on Ensemble Transform with rescaling (ETR). submitted to Duan et al. eds., Atmospheric ensemble methodology in Handbook of Hydrometeorological Ensemble Forecasting, Springer Publishing.

 

Patents Submitted

 

  1. Jacobs, G. A., A. D. Kirwan, H. S. Huntley, B. L. Lipphardt. Gathering Materials on the Ocean Surface based on Forecasting Area Density. Case Number 103489-US2.
  2. Jacobs, G., S. Smith, R. Helber. System and Method for Correcting a Model-Derived Vertical Structure of Ocean Temperature and Ocean Salinity based on Vertical Velocity. Case Number 102393-UAS2.
  3. Özgökmen, T.M., C. Cousin, C. Guigand, G. Novelli. Biodegradable Ocean Drifter. U.S. Provisional Patent Application No. 62/369,593.