Proposed papers for first round of DSR AESOPS publications; Due date Dec. 10, 1998

Barber et al., Primary productivity in the Antarctic Polar Front.

Barth et al., Mesoscale structure in the Antarctic Polar Front near 170W: later winter- early spring.

Barth et al., Physical dynamics of the Antarctic Polar Front: late winter-early spring.

Brown, Landry and Casciotti, Microplankton distributions to physical forcing at the Antarctic Polar Front (170W) during austral spring, 1997.

Carlson, Hansell and Peltzer, Seasonal evolution of TOC and DOC in the Ross Sea polynya.

Coale et al., Trace metal distribution in the APFZ and Ross Sea.

Coale et al., Iron limitation of phytoplankton growth/silicon:nitrogen draw-down in the Southern Ocean.

Cochlan and Bronk, Seasonal study of inorganic and organic nitrogen fluxes in the Ross Sea, Antarctic.

Cochran et al., Export fluxes in the Ross Sea estimated from 234Th/238U disequilibria.

Collier et al., Ross Sea particle fluxes.

Cowles et al., Bio-optical characteristics of the Antarctic Polar Front: late winter-early spring.

Ducklow et al., Seasonal and interannual variations in bacterial carbon dynamics in the Ross Sea.

Franck and Brzezinski, Explaining the silicon gradient across the Polar Front: A switch from Si to Fe limitation.

Honjo et al., Polar Front particle fluxes.

Hydro team, The seasonal evolution of hydrographic properties in the Ross Sea during the 1996-97 AESOPS expeditions.

Lonsdale et al., Copepod predation on microzooplankton in the Ross Sea

Marra et al., Bio-optical modeling of primary production in the Southern Ocean.

Mathot and Smith, Pre-bloom conditions and onset of Phaeocystis sp. in the Ross Sea: from flagellated cells to doublets and more.

Olson and Barber, Iron limitation of photosynthetic energy conversion efficiency in the Ross Sea.

Olson, Sosik and Chekalyuk, Iron limitation of phytoplankton photosynthetic capacity in late summer in the Ross Sea and Polar Front.

Park and Bidigare, Seasonal variations in phytoplankton distribution in the Ross Sea during 1996-97.

Rubin et al., Carbon dioxide and nutrient cycling in the upper water column across the polar frontal zone: estimates of utilization and export

Sambrotto, New production and surface water nitrogen cycling in the 170W region of the Antarctic Polar Front.

Smith et al., Phytoplankton biomass and productivity in the Ross Sea in 1996-97.

Sweeney et al., Intercomparison of incubations using TCO2, net O2, C-14 and O-18.


Tentative list of publications to follow first DSR volume (may or may not be included in AESOPS volumes)

Abbott and Letelier Sun-stimulated fluorescence and its relationship to primary productivity.

Abbott et al. Mesoscale processes and biological production as observed by moorings and drifters in the Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone.

Altabet, The effects of iron limitation on carbon and nitrogen isotopic fractionation in the APFZ.

Altabet and Francois, Creation and downward propagation of nitrogen isotope signatures during AESOPS.

Bacterial group, Dynamics of carbohydrates and amino acids in the Ross Sea and APFZ.

Brzezinski and Sambrotto, Comparative biological utilization of silica and nitrogen at the Antarctic Polar Front.

Bronk et al. Uptake of in situ produced dissolved organic nitrogen along a transect in the Ross Sea during austral spring.

Bronk and Cochlan. Seasonal patters in nitrogen uptake kinetics and ammonium inhibition in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.

Bronk et al. New production in the Ross Sea: comparing nitrogen, oxygen and carbon-based methodologies.

Brown et al., Bacterivory and mixotrophy during the peak and late phases of the phytoplankton growth season in the APFZ.

Brown et al., Physical influences on plankton community structure at the APFZ at 170W during summer 1998.

Caron et al.: Phytoplankton mortality in the Ross Sea.

Caron et al.: Bacterivory in the Ross Sea.

Church, M., D Kirchman, R. Long et al., Regulation of bacterial growth and productivity in the APFZ and Ross Sea.

Coale et al., Phytoplankton response to iron addition in the Southern Ocean: a compendium of enrichment experiments.

Cochlan and Bronk. Effect of ultraviolet irradiation on nitrogen uptake of Antarctic phytoplankton.

Cochlan and Bronk. Dynamics of dissolved organic nitrogen in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.

Cochlan et al. Effect of trace-metal enrichment on planktonic nitrogen uptake during austral summer in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.

Dennett et al.: Nanoplankton abundance and biomass in the Ross Sea.

L. Fandino, M. Church et al., Bacterial distributions and activity in the APFZ.

Hiscock et al., Photosynthesis/irradiance relationships in the Southern Ocean.

Hydro team, The seasonal evolution of hydrographic properties during the 1997-98 AESOPS Polar Front Expedition.

Kirchman. Iron limitation of heterotrophic bacterial activity in the Ross Sea.

Landry et al., Temporal and spatial evolution of plankton community structure and biomass in the Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone, 170W.

Landry et al., Phytoplankton growth and microzooplankton grazing in the Antarctic Polar Front Zone, 170W.

Landry et al., Seasonal dynamics of bacterioplankton in the APFZ at 170W from October 1997 - March 1998.

Landry et al., Microbial food web interactions in the APFZ at 170W: taxon-specific growth and grazing during the 1997-98 growing season.

Mathot et al., Microplankton abundance and biomass in the Ross Sea.

Measures and Vink, Iron and aluminum distributions in the APFZ.

Mengelt et al., Phytoplankton pigment distributions in Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone using high performance liquid chromotography.

Mitchell et al., Ocean color algorithms and the application of SeaWiFS imagery to studies in the Southern Ocean.

Reynolds et al., Optical properties of a Phaeocystis bloom in the Ross Sea, Antarctica.

Richman, Barth, Mengelt et al. Vertical velocities in the Antarctic Polar Frontal Zone from moorings, drifters, and SeaSoar surveys.

Stramski et al., Relationships between light backscattering, beam attenuation, and particulate organic matter concentrations in the Southern Ocean.

Sweeney et al., Estimates interannual productivity in the Ross Sea using underway pCO2 data.