The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Phytoplankton, Oceanography, Chlorophyll a, Light intensity and Environmental chemistry. Particularly relevant to Microbial loop is his body of work in Phytoplankton. His Oceanography study incorporates themes from Spring bloom and Surface water.
Mary Jane Perry focuses mostly in the field of Chlorophyll a, narrowing it down to matters related to Chlorophyll and, in some cases, Plankton, Photic zone, Nitrogen assimilation and Nitrate. Mary Jane Perry has researched Light intensity in several fields, including Photosynthesis, Thalassiosira pseudonana, Nutrient, Phosphorus deficiency and Diatom. Mary Jane Perry combines subjects such as Seawater, Phosphatase and Biochemistry, Phosphate with his study of Environmental chemistry.
Mary Jane Perry spends much of his time researching Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Chlorophyll a, Spring bloom and Bloom. His research in Oceanography is mostly concerned with Diatom. His studies in Phytoplankton integrate themes in fields like Thermohaline circulation, Botany, Plankton, Environmental chemistry and Attenuation.
His studies deal with areas such as Photic zone, Water column, Phosphate, Nitrite and Alkaline phosphatase as well as Environmental chemistry. His Chlorophyll a research includes elements of Wavelength, Chlorophyll, Absorption, Irradiance and Analytical chemistry. His Absorption research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Scattering, Mineralogy and Absorption spectroscopy.
His primary areas of study are Oceanography, Spring bloom, Phytoplankton, Climatology and Carbon cycle. His study in Oceanography is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Spring and Surface water. His work deals with themes such as Biomass and Front, which intersect with Spring bloom.
His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Diatom, Bloom and Underwater. The Diatom study combines topics in areas such as Productivity, Atmospheric sciences and Chlorophyll fluorescence. His research integrates issues of Total organic carbon, Nanophytoplankton, Chlorophyll a, Plankton and Diel vertical migration in his study of Bloom.
Oceanography, Satellite, Spring bloom, Carbon cycle and Strategic assessment are his primary areas of study. His research in Oceanography intersects with topics in Phytoplankton, Photic zone and Primary production. Mary Jane Perry interconnects Ecosystem, Biogeochemical cycle, Environmental resource management and Biological pump in the investigation of issues within Satellite.
His Spring bloom research incorporates elements of Diatom, Nanophytoplankton, Chlorophyll fluorescence and Chlorophyll a. His Carbon cycle research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Particulate organic carbon, Spring and Surface water. His work in Strategic assessment incorporates the disciplines of Remote sensing, Primary productivity, Ocean color remote sensing, Remote sensing and Meteorology.
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UNDERWATER GLIDERS FOR OCEAN RESEARCH
Daniel L. Rudnick;Russ E. Davis;Charles C. Eriksen;David M. Fratantoni.
Marine Technology Society Journal (2004)
Closing the microbial loop: dissolved carbon pathway to heterotrophic bacteria from incomplete ingestion, digestion and absorption in animals
Peter A. Jumars;Deborah L. Penry;John A. Baross;Mary Jane Perry.
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers (1989)
Modeling in situ phytoplankton absorption from total absorption spectra in productive inland marine waters
Collin S. Roesler;Mary Jane Perry;Kendall L. Carder.
Limnology and Oceanography (1989)
Eddy-driven stratification initiates North Atlantic spring phytoplankton blooms.
Amala Mahadevan;Eric D’Asaro;Craig Lee;Mary Jane Perry.
In situ phytoplankton absorption, fluorescence emission, and particulate backscattering spectra determined from reflectance
C. S. Roesler;M. J. Perry.
Journal of Geophysical Research (1995)
Phosphate utilization by an oceanic diatom in phosphorus‐limited chemostat culture and in the oligotrophic waters of the central North Pacific1
M. J. Perry.
Limnology and Oceanography (1976)
Alkaline phosphatase activity in subtropical Central North Pacific waters using a sensitive fluorometric method
M. J. Perry.
Marine Biology (1972)
Photoadaption in marine phytoplankton : Response of the photosynthetic unit
M. J. Perry;M. C. Talbot;R. S. Alberte.
Marine Biology (1981)
Eddy-driven subduction exports particulate organic carbon from the spring bloom
Melissa M. Omand;Eric A. D’Asaro;Craig M. Lee;Mary Jane Perry.
Characteristics, distribution and persistence of thin layers over a 48 hour period
M. A. McManus;A. L. Alldredge;A. H. Barnard;Emmanuel Boss.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2003)
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