Ira Leifer focuses on Methane, Oceanography, Bubble, Water column and Upwelling. Her work on Atmospheric methane as part of general Methane research is often related to Hydrocarbon, thus linking different fields of science. Her Oceanography study combines topics in areas such as Structural basin, Atmosphere, Volume, Petroleum seep and Atmospheric sciences.
Her work deals with themes such as Mineralogy, Clathrate hydrate and Optics, which intersect with Bubble. Her Water column research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Geochemistry, Mud volcano, Permafrost, Seafloor spreading and Fossil fuel. The Upwelling study combines topics in areas such as Mixed layer and Greenhouse gas.
Her main research concerns Methane, Bubble, Oceanography, Petroleum seep and Remote sensing. Her Methane research is mostly focused on the topic Atmospheric methane. Her Bubble research incorporates elements of Plume and Mineralogy.
Ira Leifer focuses mostly in the field of Oceanography, narrowing it down to topics relating to Atmosphere and, in certain cases, Seafloor spreading. In her work, Hydrology is strongly intertwined with Fossil fuel, which is a subfield of Petroleum seep. Her Remote sensing research includes elements of Airborne visible/infrared imaging spectrometer, Imaging spectrometer and Trace gas.
Her primary areas of study are Remote sensing, Methane, Atmospheric sciences, Trace gas and Plume. Her research integrates issues of In situ, Submarine pipeline and Imaging spectrometer in her study of Remote sensing. Her work often combines Methane and Hydrocarbon studies.
Her Atmospheric sciences research integrates issues from Global change, Greenhouse gas and The arctic. In her study, Petroleum seep is inextricably linked to Methane emissions, which falls within the broad field of Hydrology. Oceanography is often connected to Bubble in her work.
Ira Leifer mostly deals with Remote sensing, Methane, Plume, Hyperspectral imaging and Planetary boundary layer. As part of the same scientific family, she usually focuses on Remote sensing, concentrating on Imaging spectrometer and intersecting with Fugitive emissions, Greenhouse gas and Remote sensing. The study incorporates disciplines such as Earth's energy budget, Aerosol, Advection, Air pollution and Carbon dioxide in addition to Methane.
Her Plume study results in a more complete grasp of Meteorology. Ira Leifer interconnects Dispersion, Seabed, Mineralogy and Echo sounding in the investigation of issues within Meteorology. Her Bubble study incorporates themes from Marine engineering and Flow.
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State of the art satellite and airborne marine oil spill remote sensing: Application to the BP Deepwater Horizon oil spill
Ira Leifer;William J. Lehr;Debra Simecek-Beatty;Eliza Bradley.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2012)
The bubble mechanism for methane transport from the shallow sea bed to the surface: A review and sensitivity study
Ira Leifer;Ranjan Kumar Patro.
Continental Shelf Research (2002)
Ebullition and storm-induced methane release from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf
Natalia Shakhova;Natalia Shakhova;Igor Semiletov;Igor Semiletov;Ira Leifer;Valentin Sergienko.
Nature Geoscience (2014)
Transfer of hydrocarbons from natural seeps to the water column and atmosphere
I. R. MacDonald;I. R. MacDonald;I. R. MacDonald;I. R. MacDonald;I. R. MacDonald;I. R. MacDonald;I. Leifer;R. Sassen;R. Sassen;R. Sassen;R. Sassen;R. Sassen;R. Sassen;P. Stine;P. Stine;P. Stine;P. Stine;P. Stine;P. Stine.
Magnitude and oxidation potential of hydrocarbon gases released from the BP oil well blowout
Samantha B. Joye;Ian R. MacDonald;Ira Leifer;Vernon L. Asper.
Nature Geoscience (2011)
Geochemical and geophysical evidence of methane release over the East Siberian Arctic Shelf
N. Shakhova;N. Shakhova;I. Semiletov;I. Semiletov;I. Leifer;A. Salyuk.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Dynamics of the gas flux from shallow gas hydrate deposits: interaction between oily hydrate bubbles and the oceanic environment
Ira Leifer;Ian MacDonald.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters (2003)
Considerable methane fluxes to the atmosphere from hydrocarbon seeps in the Gulf of Mexico
Evan A. Solomon;Miriam Kastner;Ian R. MacDonald;Ira Leifer.
Nature Geoscience (2009)
Natural and Unnatural Oil Slicks in the Gulf of Mexico
I. R. MacDonald;O. Garcia‐Pineda;A. Beet;S. Daneshgar Asl.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2015)
Temporal variation in natural methane seep rate due to tides, Coal Oil Point area, California
J. R. Boles;J. F. Clark;I. Leifer;L. Washburn.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
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