His primary scientific interests are in Oceanography, Thermohaline circulation, North Atlantic Deep Water, Salinity and Abyssal zone. Joseph L. Reid interconnects Climatology, Latitude and Ocean gyre in the investigation of issues within Oceanography. His Thermohaline circulation study combines topics in areas such as Pacific ocean and North Pacific Intermediate Water.
His work deals with themes such as Current, Isopycnal and Outflow, which intersect with Salinity. His study in Abyssal zone is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Circumpolar star and Brazil–Malvinas Confluence. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including World Ocean Circulation Experiment, Subantarctic Mode Water, Antarctic Intermediate Water and Boundary current.
His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Thermohaline circulation, Ocean gyre, North Atlantic Deep Water and Salinity. His research investigates the link between Oceanography and topics such as Latitude that cross with problems in Atmospheric sciences. Joseph L. Reid is involved in the study of Thermohaline circulation that focuses on Circumpolar deep water in particular.
The concepts of his Ocean gyre study are interwoven with issues in Geostrophic wind, Equator, Upwelling and Anticyclone. The various areas that Joseph L. Reid examines in his North Atlantic Deep Water study include Isopycnal and Temperature salinity diagrams. Joseph L. Reid focuses mostly in the field of Salinity, narrowing it down to matters related to Hydrography and, in some cases, Submarine pipeline, Amplitude and Seismology.
Joseph L. Reid spends much of his time researching Oceanography, North Atlantic Deep Water, Thermohaline circulation, Circumpolar deep water and Physical oceanography. Borrowing concepts from Circulation, Joseph L. Reid weaves in ideas under Oceanography. His Water mass research also works with subjects such as
His Gulf Stream research incorporates elements of Atlantic multidecadal oscillation and Atlantic Equatorial mode. His Antarctic Bottom Water study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Abyssal zone and Temperature salinity diagrams. His Ocean gyre study incorporates themes from Bottom water and Indian Ocean Dipole.
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On the Total Geostrophic Circulation of the South Pacific Ocean: Flow Patterns, Tracers and Transports
Joseph L. Reid.
Abyssal characteristics of the World Ocean waters
Arnold W. Mantyla;Joseph L. Reid.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1983)
Intermediate Waters of the Pacific Ocean
Joseph L. Reid.
On the Characteristics and Circulation of the Southwestern Atlantic Ocean
Joseph L. Reid;Worth D. Nowlin;William C. Patzert.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (1977)
On the contribution of the Mediterranean Sea outflow to the Norwegian-Greenland Sea
Joseph L. Reid.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1979)
Data-Based Meridional Overturning Streamfunctions for the Global Ocean
Lynne D. Talley;Joseph L. Reid;Paul E. Robbins.
Journal of Climate (2003)
The Pacific shallow oxygen maximum, deep chlorophyll maximum, and primary productivity, reconsidered
Eric Shulenberger;Joseph L. Reid.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1981)
On the Influence of the Norwegian-Greenland and Weddell Seas Upon the Bottom Waters of the Indian and Pacific Oceans
Joseph L. Reid;Ronald J. Lynn.
Distribution of nitrate, phosphate and silicate in the world oceans
Sydney Levitus;Margarita E. Conkright;Joseph L. Reid;Raymond Gabriel Najjar.
Progress in Oceanography (1993)
The effect of the geostrophic flow upon coastal sea elevations in the northern North Pacific Ocean
Joseph L. Reid;Arnold W. Mantyla.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1976)
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