Volume 26 | Number 4 | December 2013
Special Issue: US GLOBEC: Understanding Climate Impacts on Ocean Ecosystems
On the Cover: The US GLOBEC Pan-Regional Synthesis program sought to understand, by multi-regional comparative studies, the impacts of global climate variability on marine ecosystems, including the bio-physical mechanisms responsible for observed and potential marine population variability. Several of the study regions are shown; the high-resolution regional windows indicate the locations where retrospective, field sampling, and/or numerical modeling studies were conducted. Cover graphic courtesy of Vincent Combes.
SPECIAL ISSUE FEATURES
US GLOBEC: Program Goals, Approaches, and Advances
Turner, E., D.B. Haidvogel, E.E. Hofmann, H.P. Batchelder, M.J. Fogarty, and T. Powell. 2013. US GLOBEC: Program goals, approaches, and advances. Oceanography 26(4):12–21, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.72.
Advances in Marine Ecosystem Dynamics from US GLOBEC: The Horizontal-Advection Bottom-up Forcing Paradigm
Di Lorenzo, E., D. Mountain, H.P. Batchelder, N. Bond, and E.E. Hofmann. 2013. Advances in marine ecosystem dynamics from US GLOBEC: The horizontal-advection bottom-up forcing paradigm. Oceanography 26(4):22–33, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.73.
Climate Impacts on Zooplankton Population Dynamics in Coastal Marine Ecosystems
Batchelder, H.P., K.L. Daly, C.S. Davis, R. Ji, M.D. Ohman, W.T. Peterson, and J.A. Runge. 2013. Climate impacts on zooplankton population dynamics in coastal marine ecosystems. Oceanography 26(4):34–51, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.74.
Advances in Physical, Biological, and Coupled Ocean Models During the US GLOBEC Program
Curchitser, E.N., H.P. Batchelder, D.B. Haidvogel, J. Fiechter, and J. Runge. 2013. Advances in physical, biological, and coupled ocean models during the US GLOBEC program. Oceanography 26(4):52–67, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.75.
Synthesis of Pacific Ocean Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics
Di Lorenzo, E., V. Combes, J.E. Keister, P.T. Strub, A.C. Thomas, P.J.S. Franks, M.D. Ohman, J.C. Furtado, A. Bracco, S.J. Bograd, W.T. Peterson, F.B. Schwing, S. Chiba, B. Taguchi, S. Hormazabal, and C. Parada. 2013. Synthesis of Pacific Ocean climate and ecosystem dynamics. Oceanography 26(4):68–81, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.76.
Analysis of Energy Flow in US GLOBEC Ecosystems Using End-to-End Models
Ruzicka, J.J., J.H. Steele, S.K. Gaichas, T. Ballerini, D.J. Gifford, R.D. Brodeur, and E.E. Hofmann. 2013. Analysis of energy flow in US GLOBEC ecosystems using end-to-end models. Oceanography 26(4):82–97, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.77.
Uncertainty Management in Coupled Physical-Biological Lower Trophic Level Ocean Ecosystem Models
Milliff, R.F., J. Fiechter, W.B. Leeds, R. Herbei, C.K. Wikle, M.B. Hooten, A.M. Moore, T.M. Powell, and J. Brown. 2013. Uncertainty management in coupled physical-biological lower trophic level ocean ecosystem models. Oceanography 26(4):98–115, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.78.
Legacy of the US GLOBEC Program: Current and Potential Contributions to Marine Ecosystem-Based Management
Fogarty, M.J., L.W. Botsford, and F.E. Werner. 2013. Legacy of the US GLOBEC program: Current and potential contributions to marine ecosystem-based management. Oceanography 26(4):116–127, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.79.
Looking Forward: Transdisciplinary Modeling, Environmental Forecasting, and Management
Haidvogel, D.B., E. Turner, E.N. Curchitser, and E.E. Hofmann. 2013. Looking forward: Transdisciplinary modeling, environmental forecasting, and management. Oceanography 26(4):128–135, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.80.
REGULAR ISSUE FEATURES
Subarctic Cetaceans in the Southern Chukchi Sea: Evidence of Recovery or Response to a Changing Ecosystem
Clarke, J., K. Stafford, S.E. Moore, B. Rone, L. Aerts, and J. Crance. 2013. Subarctic cetaceans in the southern Chukchi Sea: Evidence of recovery or response to a changing ecosystem. Oceanography 26(4):136–149, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.81.
Warm Arctic, Cold Continents: A Common Pattern Related to Arctic Sea Ice Melt, Snow Advance, and Extreme Winter Weather
Cohen, J., J. Jones, J.C. Furtado, and E. Tziperman. 2013. Warm Arctic, cold continents: A common pattern related to Arctic sea ice melt, snow advance, and extreme winter weather. Oceanography 26(4):150–160, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.70.
QUARTERDECK • Last Call for Hard-Copy Back Issues of Oceanography
Kappel, E.S. 2013. Quarterdeck: Last call for hard-copy back issues of Oceanography. Oceanography 26(4):5, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.82.
FROM THE PRESIDENT • Early Career Scientists: Funding and Publishing Challenges
Abbott, M.R. 2013. From the President—Early career scientists: Funding and publishing challenges. Oceanography 26(4):7, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.83.
RIPPLE MARKS • New Game in Town: The Sponges | Antarctic Ice Shelf Disappears, Opens Underwater World of Glass | Caribbean Coral Mystery
Dybas, C.L. 2013. Ripple marks—The story behind the story. Oceanography 26(4):8–10, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.84.
DEDICATION • John H. Steele, 1926–2013
Turner, E., E.E. Hofmann, D.J. Gifford, and D.B. Haidvogel. 2013. Dedication: John H. Steele, 1926–2013. Oceanography 26(4):11, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.85.
THE OCEANOGRAPHY CLASSROOM • The Ocean in Schools
Boxall, S. 2013. The oceanography classroom: The ocean in schools. Oceanography 26(4):161–163, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.86.
HANDS-ON OCEANOGRAPHY • Corals on Acid: An Inquiry-based Activity Leading Students to a Better Understanding of Ocean Acidification Impacts
Boleman, C.L., P.M. Gravinese, E.N. Muse, A.E. Marston, and J.G. Windsor. 2013. Corals on acid: An inquiry-based activity leading students to a better understanding of ocean acidification impacts. Oceanography 26(4):164–169, https://doi.org/10.5670/oceanog.2013.87.
CAREER PROFILES • Options and Insights
Career profiles—Options and insights. 2013. Oceanography 26(4):170–172.
Special Issue Guest Editors
Dale Haidvogel, Rutgers University
Eileen Hofmann, Old Dominion University
Claudia Mengelt, The National Academies
Elizabeth Turner, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration