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R. Ballard, Mayer, L. A., Broad, K., Coleman, D. F., Heffron, E., and Schmidt, V. E., “Walking with the Ancients” in the Southern California Continental Borderland, Oceanography, vol. vol. 32(1). The Oceanography Society, pp. 54-55, 2019.
M. J. Wilson, Beaudoin, J., and Smyth, S., Water-Column Variability Assessment for Underway Profilers to Improve Efficiency and Accuracy of Multibeam Surveys, US Hydrographic Conference 2013. THSOA, New Orleans, LA, USA, 2013.PDF icon 0326A_01_12.pdf (2.48 MB)
M. E. Wengrove, Foster, D. L., de Schipper, M. A., and Lippmann, T. C., Wave and Current Induced Ripple Formation and Migration During a Storm, Coastal Dynamics '17, vol. 129. Helsingør, Denmark, pp. 955-965, 2017.PDF icon 27_wengrove_etal_2017.pdf (960.42 KB)
L. Alexander and Ward, R. W., We Visited for You - 2nd International ECDIS Conference, Hydro International, vol. 7. Geomatics Information & Trading Center - GITC, Lemmers, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, pp. 0-38, 2003.
J. V. Gardner, The West Mariana Ridge, Western Pacific Ocean: Geomorphology and Processes from New Multibeam Data, Geological Society of America Bulletin (GSAB), vol. 122. The Geological Society of America (GSA), pp. 1378-1388, 2010.PDF icon Gardner_2010_GSAB_West_Mariana_Ridge_Geomorphology_and_processes_from_new_multibeam_data.pdf (4.28 MB)
L. G. Ward, Johnson, P., Nagel, E., McAvoy, Z. S., and Vallee-Anziani, M., Western Gulf of Maine Bathymetry and Backscatter Synthesis, Bureau of Ocean Energy Management (BOEM) Marine Minerals Branch, Herndon, VA, 2016.
J. V. Gardner and Armstrong, A. A., Western Pacific bathymetry mapping for U.S. Law of the Sea, U.S. Hydro 2011. Tampa, FL, USA, 2011.
L. A. Mayer and Gardner, J. V., What a Difference a Swath Makes!, AGU Fall Meeting. San Francisco, CA, 2014.
J. A. Gales, Talling, P. J., Cartigny, M. J. B., Hughes Clarke, J. E., Lintern, G., Stacey, C. D., and Clare, M. A., What Controls Submarine Channel Development and the Morphology of Deltas Entering Deep-Water Fjords?, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, vol. 44(2). John Wiley and Sons Ltd. , pp. 535-551, 2019.
V. E. Schmidt, When is it Advantageous to Maximise Swath Width? When Bigger is Not Better, Hydro International, vol. 21,6. 2017.
D. Monahan, Where are the bathymetric hot spots?, Bathymetric Science . GEBCO , Monaco, 2012.
J. L. Hizzett, Hughes Clarke, J. E., Sumner, E. J., Cartigny, M. J. B., Talling, P. J., and Clare, M. A., Which Triggers Produce the Most Erosive, Frequent, and Longest Runout Turbidity Currents on Deltas?, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 45,2. American Geophysical Union , pp. 855-863, 2018.
E. Weidner, Weber, T. C., Mayer, L. A., Jakobsson, M., Chemykh, D., and Semiltov, I., A Wideband Acoustic Method for Direct Assessment of Bubble-Mediated Methane Flux, Continental Shelf Research, vol. 173. Elsevier, pp. 104-115, 2019.
E. Weidner, A Wideband Acoustic Method for Direct Assessment of Bubble-Mediated Methane Flux, Univeristy of New Hampshire, Durham, NH, 2018.PDF icon weidner-ms.pdf (2.91 MB)
L. Sautter, Morrison, C. L., Cantwell, K., Sowers, D., and Lobecker, E., Windows to the Deep 2018: Exploration of the Southeast U.S. Continental Margin, Oceanography, vol. 32(1). pp. 82-85, 2019.PDF icon Windows_2018_32-1_supplement.pdf (1.25 MB)
P. J. Etnoyer, Malik, M. A., Sowers, D., Ruby, C., Bassett, R., Dijkstra, J. A., Pawlenko, N., Gottfried, S., Mello, K., Finkbeiner, M., and Sallis, A., Working with Video to Improve Deep-Sea Habitat Characterization, Oceanography, vol. 31, No.1, Supplement. The Oceanographic Society, pp. 64-67, 2018.PDF icon WorkingWithVideo_Oceanography31-1-2018_supplement.pdf (1.75 MB)
J. Greenlaw, Nagel, E., Weston, N., Seroka, G., Hess, K., Powell, J., and Kelley, J. G., The World of S-100: Data Standards for Navigation Systems and Beyond, OceanPredict. 2019.
J. Powell, Greenlaw, J., Hess, K., Nagel, E., Seroka, G., Weston, N., and Kelley, J. G., The World of S-100: Data Standards for Navigation Systems and Beyond, 100th AMS Annual Meeting. p. Boston, MA, 2020.