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2009Assessing the Uncertainties of Model Estimates of Primary Productivity in the Tropical Pacific OceanFRIEDRICH Marjorie; CARR Mary-Elena; BARBER Richard; SCARDI Michele; ANTOINE David; ARMSTRONG Robert; ASANUMA Ichio; BEHRENFELD Michael; BUITENHUIS Erik; CHAI Fei, et alArticles in Journals
2010Challenges of Modeling Depth-Integrated Marine Primary Productivity over Mutliple Decades: A Case Study at BATS and HOTSABA Vincent; FRIEDRICHS Marjorie; CARR Mary-Elena; ANTOINE David; ARMSTRONG Robert; ASANUMA Ichio; AUMONT Olivier; BATES Nicholas; BEHRENFELD Michael; BENNINGTON Val, et alArticles in Journals
2011An evaluation of ocean color model estimates of marine primary productivity in coastal and pelagic regions across the globe.SABA Vincent; FRIEDRICHS Marjorie; ANTOINE David; ARMSTRONG Robert; ASANUMA Ichio; BEHRENFELD Michael; CIOTTI Aurea; DOWELL Mark; HOEPFFNER Nicolas; HYDE Kimberly, et alArticles in Journals
2013Generalized ocean color inversion for retrieving marine inherent optical propertiesWERDELL P.j.; FRANZ Bryan; BAILEY Sean; FELDMAN Gene; BOSS Emmanuel; BRANDO Vittorio; DOWELL Mark; HIRATA Takafumi; LAVENDER Samantha; LEE Zhongping, et alArticles in Journals
2008Remote Sensing of Shelf Sea Ecosystems - State of the Art and PerspectivesROBINSON Ian; ANTOINE David; DARECKI Miroslaw; GORRINGE Patrick; PETTERSSON Lasse; RUDDICK Kevin; SANTOLERI Rosalia; SIEGEL Herbert; VINCIENT Patrick; WERNAND Marcel, et alBooks
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