Volume 05 | Number 3 | 1992
On the Cover: This image is a composite of all Coastal Zone Color Scanner (CZCS) data collected during the 7½ years of operation from November 1978 through June 1986. Production of the image required processing over 66,000 individual CZCS scenes (nearly 700 gigabytes of data). Note that some regions of the Pacific Ocean still were not sampled (those in black). Plankton concentrations are low in the central gyres (purple, deep blue), and tend to be higher along coasts (yellow, orange and red). Some of the most notable features in this image are: the clear delineation of the equator through increased plant pigment abundance, the difference between the eastern and western regions of the basin, and the elevated pigment concentrations at higher latitudes and in coastal waters. [See article by Feldman et al., page 143]
REGULAR ISSUE FEATURES
EqPac: A Process Study in the Central Equatorial Pacific
Murray, J.W., M.W. Leinen, R.A. Feely, J.R. Toggweiler, and R. Wanninkhof. 1992. EqPac: A process study in the central equatorial Pacific. Oceanography 5(3):134–142, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.01.
Use of the Coastal Zone Color Scanner for EqPac Planning
Feldman, G.C., J.W. Murray, and M.W. Leinen. 1992. Use of the Coastal Zone Color Scanner for EqPac planning. Oceanography 5(3):143–145, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.02.
Cycling and Accumulation of Biogenic Silica and Organic Matter in High-Latitude Environments: The Ross Sea
DeMaster, D.J., R.B. Dunbar, L.I. Gordon, A.R. Leventer, J.M. Morrison, D.M. Nelson, C.A. Nittrouer, and W.O. Smith Jr. 1992. Cycling and accumulation of biogenic silica and organic matter in high-latitude environments: The Ross Sea. Oceanography 5(3):146–153, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.03.
QUARTERDECK • Keeping It Simple
Nittrouer, C. 1992. Quarterdeck: Keeping it simple. Oceanography 5(3):130, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.04.
LETTER TO THE EDITOR •
Letters to the Editor. 1992. Oceanography 5(3):131–133.
REVIEW AND COMMENT • The Oceans 50th Anniversary
Baker, D.J. 1992. The Oceans 50th anniversary. Oceanography 5(3):154–155, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.05.
REVIEW AND COMMENT • The Ocean "Bible": Reminiscences
Munk, W.H. 1992. The ocean “bible”: Reminiscences. Oceanography 5(3):155–157, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.06.
REVIEW AND COMMENT • Physical Oceanography in The Oceans
Warren, B.A. 1992. Physical oceanography in The Oceans. Oceanography 5(3):157–159, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.07.
REVIEW AND COMMENT • The Oceans—Its Relevance Today in Biological Oceanography
Smith, S.L. 1992. The Oceans—Its relevance today in biological oceanography. Oceanography 5(3):159–160, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.08.
REVIEW AND COMMENT • The Oceans: The Geological Bookends
McManus, D.A. 1992. The Oceans: The geological bookends. Oceanography 5(3):160–162, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.09.
REVIEW AND COMMENT • Comments on the Global Ocean Observing Capabilities, Indicator Species as Climate Proxies, and the Need for Timely Ocean Monitoring
Sharp, G.D., and D.R. McLean. 1992. Comments on the global ocean observing capabilities, indicator species as climate proxies, and the need for timely ocean monitoring. Oceanography 5(3):163–168, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.10.
THE FUTURE OF OCEANOGRAPHY • Bomb Tritium in the Deep North Atlantic
Doney, S.C. 1992. Bomb tritium in the deep North Atlantic. Oceanography 5(3):169–170, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.11.
THE FUTURE OF OCEANOGRAPHY • The Influence of the Gulf Stream on the Regional Biogeography of Zooplankton: Evidence from Trends in Copepod Species Abundances Across and Along a Gulf Stream Meander
Ashjian, C.J. 1992. The influence of the Gulf Stream on the regional biogeography of zooplankton: Evidence from trends in copepod species abundances across and along a Gulf Stream meander. Oceanography 5(3):171–172, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.12.
SOCIETY SOUNDINGS • President's Report
Gordon, A.L. 1992. Society soundings: President’s report. Oceanography 5(3):173–174, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.1992.13.