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Browsing Student Research Papers by Author "Sato, Kirk"

Browsing Student Research Papers by Author "Sato, Kirk"

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  • Pietsch, Carlie; Elahi, Robin; Kapsenburg, Lydia; Phillips, Jennifer; Sato, Kirk; Vaughn, Chelsea (Friday Harbor Labs, 2011-07)
    The carbonate chemistry of the San Juan Archipelago is extremely varied between regions of low to high tidal flushing. Salinity seems to be a driving parameter of the carbonate system through its effects on alkalinity. ...
  • Kapsenberg, Lydia; Elahi, Robin; Phillips, Jenn; Pietsch, Carlie; Sato, Kirk; Vaughn, Chelsea (Friday Harbor Labs, 2011-07)
    This is the first study that characterizes the carbonate parameters in the Salish Sea surrounding the San Juan Archipelago. Water samples were collected from 9 sites on multiple days and analyzed for total alkalinity and ...
  • Kapsenburg, Lydia; Elahi, Robin; Phillips, Jennifer; Pietsch, Carlie; Sato, Kirk; Vaughn, Chelsea (2011)
    This is the first study that characterizes the carbonate parameters in the Salish Sea surrounding the San Juan Archipelago. Water samples were collected from 9 sites on multiple days and analyzed for total alkalinity and ...
  • Phillips, Jennifer C.; Elahi, Robin; Kapsenberg, Lydia; Pietsch, Carlie; Sato, Kirk; Vaughn, Chelsea (Friday Harbor Labs, 2011-07)
    Due to the dynamic nature of the water masses in the San Juan archipelago, the carbonate chemistry has not yet been well defined in space and time. For this short-term study during a neap to spring tidal cycle in mid July ...
  • Vaughn, Chelsea; Elahi, Robin; Kapsenberg, Lydia; Phillips, Jenn; Pietsch, Carlie; Sato, Kirk (Friday Harbor Labs, 2011-07)
    The absorption of carbon dioxide into the ocean acidifies the waters and has the potential to drastically alter the chemistry upon which organisms and ecosystems depend. This effect, however, is expected to vary between ...
  • Vaughn, Chelsea; Elahi, Robin; Kapsenburg, Lydia; Phillips, Jennifer; Pietsch, Carlie; Sato, Kirk (2011)
    The absorption of carbon dioxide into the ocean acidifies the waters and has the potential to drastically alter the chemistry upon which organisms and ecosystems depend. This effect, however, is expected to vary between ...
  • Phillips, Jennifer; Elahi, Robin; Kapsenburg, Lydia; Pietsch, Carlie; Sato, Kirk; Vaughn, Chelsea (2011)
    Due to the dynamic nature of the water masses in the San Juan archipelago, the carbonate chemistry has not yet been well defined in space and time. For this short-term study during a neap to spring tidal cycle in mid July ...
  • Pietsch, Carlie; Elahi, Robin; Kapsenburg, Lydia; Phillips, Jennifer; Sato, Kirk; Vaughn, Chelsea (2011)
    The carbonate chemistry of the San Juan Archipelago is extremely varied between regions of low to high tidal flushing. Salinity seems to be a driving parameter of the carbonate system through its effects on alkalinity. ...

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