Oceanography The Official Magazine of
The Oceanography Society

Volume 31 | Number 3 | September 2018

Special Issue on Mathematical Aspects of Physical Oceanography

On the Cover: This SeaWiFS image, constructed using data collected on June 13, 2002, highlights the presence of biological activity in the ocean west of British Columbia’s Queen Charlotte Islands and Alaska’s Alexander Archipelago. The bright red, green, and turquoise patches, which indicate high concentrations of chlorophyll, also make visible a number of eddies in the Pacific Ocean. Image credit: SeaWiFS Project, NASA/Goddard Space Flight Center, and ORBIMAGE
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Volume 31 Issue 03

A Multidisciplinary Approach for Generating Globally Consistent Data on Mesophotic, Deep-Pelagic, and Bathyal Biological Communities
By Lucy C. Woodall, Dominic A. Andradi-Brown, Andrew S. Brierley, Malcolm R. Clark, Douglas Connelly, Rob A. Hall, Kerry L. Howell, Veerle A.I. Huvenne, Katrin Linse, Rebecca E. Ross, Paul Snelgrove, Paris V. Stefanoudis, Tracey T. Sutton, Michelle Taylor, Thomas F. Thornton, and Alex D. Rogers

Functioning of Coastal River-Dominated Ecosystems and Implications for Oil Spill Response: From Observations to Mechanisms and Models
By Adam T. Greer, Alan M. Shiller, Eileen E. Hofmann, Jerry D. Wiggert, Sally J. Warner, Sabrina M. Parra, Chudong Pan, Jeffrey W. Book, DongJoo Joung, Steven Dykstra, Jeffrey W. Krause, Brian Dzwonkowski, Inia M. Soto, M. Kemal Cambazoglu, Alison L. Deary, Christian Briseño-Avena, Adam D. Boyette, Jessica A. Kastler, Virginie Sanial, Laura Hode, Uchenna Nwankwo, Luciano M. Chiaverano, Stephan J. O’Brien, Patrick J. Fitzpatrick, Yee H. Lau, Michael S. Dinniman, Kevin M. Martin, Peng Ho, Allison K. Mojzis, Stephan D. Howden, Frank J. Hernandez, Ian Church, Travis N. Miles, Su Sponaugle, James N. Moum, Robert A. Arnone, Robert K. Cowen, Gregg A. Jacobs, Oscar Schofield, and William M. Graham

Special Issue Guest Editors

Adrian Constantin, University of Vienna
George Haller, ETH Zürich