2013 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Gregory C. Johnson mainly investigates Climatology, Oceanography, Environmental science, Climate change and Ocean current. His Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Salinity, Equator and Sea level. His work in Thermocline, Circumpolar deep water, Antarctic Bottom Water, Thermohaline circulation and Water mass are all subfields of Oceanography research.
His Ocean current study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Radar, Anemometer and Isopycnal. While the research belongs to areas of Argo, Gregory C. Johnson spends his time largely on the problem of Meteorology, intersecting his research to questions surrounding Greenhouse gas and Effects of global warming on oceans. Gregory C. Johnson combines subjects such as Tropical Atlantic, Global change and Oxygen minimum zone with his study of Global warming.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Climatology, Environmental science, Argo and Hydrography. His research brings together the fields of Structural basin and Oceanography. The concepts of his Climatology study are interwoven with issues in Equator and Sea level.
His Argo research incorporates themes from Sea surface temperature and Salinity, Temperature salinity diagrams. The various areas that Gregory C. Johnson examines in his Ocean current study include Scatterometer and Ocean gyre. His Water mass research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Geostrophic wind and Oceanic basin.
Gregory C. Johnson spends much of his time researching Environmental science, Climatology, Argo, Oceanography and Ocean heat content. Gregory C. Johnson focuses mostly in the field of Climatology, narrowing it down to topics relating to Sea level rise and, in certain cases, Satellite altimetry. His studies deal with areas such as Equatorial Rossby wave, Sea surface temperature, Rossby wave and Latitude as well as Argo.
Oceanography connects with themes related to Ocean gyre in his study. His Ocean heat content research incorporates elements of Bathythermograph, Hydrography, Pacific ocean and Scale. His research integrates issues of Atmosphere, Meteorology and Sea level in his study of Climate change.
Gregory C. Johnson mostly deals with Environmental science, Climatology, Ocean heat content, Climate change and Argo. His Climatology study combines topics in areas such as Range, Sea level rise and Satellite altimetry. His Ocean heat content research entails a greater understanding of Oceanography.
His Climate change research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Bathythermograph, Atmospheric sciences and Sea level. His Argo research includes themes of Sea surface temperature and Library science. His Global warming study incorporates themes from Thermocline and Thermohaline circulation, Deep ocean water.
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Expanding Oxygen-Minimum Zones in the Tropical Oceans
Lothar Stramma;Gregory C. Johnson;Janet Sprintall;Volker Mohrholz.
Circulation, mixing, and production of Antarctic Bottom Water
A.H. Orsi;G.C. Johnson;J.L. Bullister.
Progress in Oceanography (1999)
Warming of Global Abyssal and Deep Southern Ocean Waters between the 1990s and 2000s: Contributions to Global Heat and Sea Level Rise Budgets*
Sarah G. Purkey;Gregory C. Johnson.
Journal of Climate (2010)
Ocean oxygen minima expansions and their biological impacts
Lothar Stramma;Sunke Schmidtko;Lisa A. Levin;Gregory C. Johnson.
Stramma, Lothar, Schmidtko, Sunke, Levin, L. A. and Johnson, G. C. (2010) Ocean oxygen minima expansions and their biological impacts Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 57 . pp. 587-595. DOI 10.1016/j.dsr.2010.01.005 <http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.dsr.2010.01.005>. (2010)
The Argo Program : observing the global ocean with profiling floats
Dean Roemmich;Gregory C. Johnson;Stephen C. Riser;Russ E. Davis.
A review of global ocean temperature observations: Implications for ocean heat content estimates and climate change
J. P. Abraham;M. Baringer;N. L. Bindoff;N. L. Bindoff;N. L. Bindoff;T. Boyer.
Reviews of Geophysics (2013)
Robust warming of the global upper ocean
John M. Lyman;John M. Lyman;Simon A. Good;Viktor V. Gouretski;Masayoshi Ishii.
Direct measurements of upper ocean currents and water properties across the tropical Pacific during the 1990s
Gregory C Johnson;Bernadette M Sloyan;William S Kessler;Kristene E McTaggart.
Progress in Oceanography (2002)
Quantifying Antarctic Bottom Water and North Atlantic Deep Water volumes
Gregory C. Johnson.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2008)
Observed changes in top-of-the-atmosphere radiation and upper-ocean heating consistent within uncertainty
Norman G. Loeb;John M. Lyman;John M. Lyman;Gregory C. Johnson;Richard P. Allan.
Nature Geoscience (2012)
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