The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Ecology, Continental shelf and Ecosystem. Oceanography is closely attributed to Peninsula in his work. His Phytoplankton research incorporates elements of Botany, Algae, Biomass, Absorption and Red tide.
In general Ecology, his work in Bioluminescence, Ecosystem dynamics and Temporal scales is often linked to Physiological control and Bioluminescent Proteins linking many areas of study. His Continental shelf study also includes
Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Ecology, Remote sensing and Underwater are his primary areas of study. Oceanography is a component of his Bay, Plankton, Upwelling, Arctic and Water column studies. His Phytoplankton study incorporates themes from Biomass, Bloom, Water mass and Absorption.
His Remote sensing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Attenuation and Ocean color. His Underwater study which covers REMUS that intersects with Environmental monitoring. Mark A. Moline usually deals with Hyperspectral imaging and limits it to topics linked to Meteorology and Ocean current and Climatology.
His main research concerns Oceanography, Arctic, Ecology, Polar night and Predation. His Oceanography research includes themes of Phytoplankton and Bioluminescence. His Phytoplankton study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Bloom and Polar front.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Light pollution, Spectral composition, Water column and Astrobiology in addition to Arctic. Mark A. Moline has researched Polar night in several fields, including Trophic level, Fjord, Atmospheric sciences and Zooplankton. His Predation research focuses on subjects like Foraging, which are linked to Fishery, Sonar, Underwater vehicle and Habitat.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Arctic, Ecology, Oceanography, Polar night and Predation. His work carried out in the field of Arctic brings together such families of science as Diel vertical migration, Atmospheric sciences, Irradiance and Spectral sensitivity. His study in the fields of Biomass and Food acquisition under the domain of Ecology overlaps with other disciplines such as Adelie penguin and Internal layer.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Range and Phytoplankton, Spring bloom. The concepts of his Phytoplankton study are interwoven with issues in Seawater, Atlantic water, Absorption and Polar front. His Polar night research integrates issues from Wavelength, Noon, Zooplankton, Ecosystem and Trophic level.
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Bioluminescence in the Sea
Steven H. D. Haddock;Mark A. Moline;James F. Case.
Annual Review of Marine Science (2010)
Alteration of the Food Web Along the Antarctic Peninsula in Response to a Regional Warming Trend
Mark A. Moline;Herve Claustre;Thomas K. Frazer;Oscar Schofield.
Global Change Biology (2004)
How Do Polar Marine Ecosystems Respond to Rapid Climate Change
Oscar Schofield;Hugh W. Ducklow;Douglas G. Martinson;Michael P. Meredith.
High Latitude Changes in Ice Dynamics and Their Impact on Polar Marine Ecosystems
Mark A. Moline;Nina J. Karnovsky;Zachary Brown;George J. Divoky.
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences (2008)
Optical Discrimination of a Phytoplankton Species in Natural Mixed Populations
Gary J. Kirkpatrick;David F. Millie;Mark A. Moline;Oscar Schofield.
Limnology and Oceanography (2000)
Long-term monitoring and analyses of physical factors regulating variability in coastal Antarctic phytoplankton biomass, in situ productivity and taxonomic composition over subseasonal, seasonal and interannual time scales
Mark A. Moline;Barbara B. Prezelin.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1996)
OPTICAL MONITORING AND FORECASTING SYSTEMS FOR HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS: POSSIBILITY OR PIPE DREAM?
Oscar Schofield;Joe Grzymski;W. Paul Bissett;Gary J. Kirkpatrick.
Journal of Phycology (1999)
In the dark: A review of ecosystem processes during the Arctic polar night
Jørgen Berge;Paul E. Renaud;Gerald Darnis;Finlo Cottier.
Progress in Oceanography (2015)
Unexpected Levels of Biological Activity during the Polar Night Offer New Perspectives on a Warming Arctic.
Jørgen Berge;Malin Daase;Paul E. Renaud;William G. Ambrose.
Current Biology (2015)
Physical Forcing of Phytoplankton Community Structure and Primary Production in Continental Shelf Waters of the Western Antarctic Peninsula
Barbara B. Prezelin;Eileen E. Hofmann;Mark A. Moline;John M. Klinck.
Journal of Marine Research (2004)
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