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U.S. GLOBEC Program Profiled in 'Oceanography' magazine .... The potential consequences of climate change for earth systems, the effects of other anthropogenic impacts on marine ecosystems, and the possible interaction between climate change and human activities affecting the ocean are some of the issues U.S. GLOBEC scientists are addressing. To learn more about their work, we invite you to read the latest news published recently in Oceanography, the official magazine of The Oceanography Society. Ongoing research in each of US GLOBEC's regional programs is described briefly by a participating scientist. Collectively, these profiles provide a review of the past, present, and future of the USGLOBEC program ....
Fogarty, M.J. and Powell, T.M.
An Overview of the U.S. GLOBEC Program
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Wiebe, P. Beardsley, R., Mountain, D., and Bucklin, A.
U.S. GLOBEC Northwest Atlantic / Georges Bank Program
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Strub, P.T., Batchelder, H.P., and Weingartner, T.J.
U.S. GLOBEC Northeast Pacific Program: An Overview
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Batchelder, H.P. et al.
The GLOBEC Northeast Pacific California Current System Program
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Weingartner, T.J. et al.
The Northeast Pacific GLOBEC Program: Coastal Gulf of Alaska
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Hofmann, E.E. et al.
U.S. Southern Ocean Global Ecosystems Dynamics Program
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Mantua, N., Haidvogel, D., Kushnir, Y., and Bond, N.
Making the Climate Connection: Bridging Scales of Space and
Time in the U.S. GLOBEC Program
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The Challenges Ahead
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