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Volume 21, No. 4
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Coastal Ocean Processes Program: Advancing Interdisciplinary Research and Technology Development

Richard A. Jahnke Michael R. Roman Kenneth H. Brink
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Coastal ecosystems provide major research challenges because of the diversity of their environments and habitats and their high spatial and temporal variability. The magnitude of mass exchanges and organism populations, and the proximity of coastal systems to human populations, necessitate an improved understanding of these ecosystems. Because of the complexity and, in many cases, interdependency of interactions, significant advancement requires a holistic, interdisciplinary approach.

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Jahnke, R.A., M.R. Roman, and K.H. Brink. 2008. Coastal Ocean Processes program: Advancing interdisciplinary research and technology development. Oceanography 21(4):18–21, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2008.01.

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Jahnke, R., J. Bane, A. Barnard, J. Barth, F. Chavez, H. Dam, E. Dever, P. DiGiacomo, J. Edson, R. Geyer, and others. 2003. Coastal Observatory Research Arrays: A Framework for Implementation Planning. Skidaway Institute of Oceanography Technical Report TR-03-01, 77 pp.

Roman, M.R. 1998. The Coastal Ocean Processes (CoOP) Program. Marine Technology Society Journal 32:17–22.

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