His main research concerns Argo, Oceanography, Climatology, Remote sensing and Meteorology. The study of Argo is intertwined with the study of Art history in a number of ways. He regularly ties together related areas like Ocean gyre in his Oceanography studies.
His studies in Climatology integrate themes in fields like Ocean observations and Brine. His study in Ocean observations is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Climate change and Hydrographic survey. His Meteorology research incorporates elements of Predictability and Data set.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Oceanography, Argo, Climatology, Salinity and Hydrography. Stephen C. Riser interconnects Biogeochemical cycle and Ocean gyre in the investigation of issues within Oceanography. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Ocean observations, Meteorology and Remote sensing.
His study brings together the fields of Temperature salinity diagrams and Climatology. His Hydrography study combines topics in areas such as Isopycnal and Anticyclone. His Mixed layer research incorporates themes from Annual cycle and Atmospheric sciences.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Oceanography, Argo, Sea ice, Biogeochemical cycle and Climatology. In his study, he carries out multidisciplinary Oceanography and Photic zone research. His work carried out in the field of Argo brings together such families of science as Sea surface temperature, Ocean observations and Remote sensing.
His studies deal with areas such as Pycnocline, Mixed layer, Convection and Severe weather as well as Sea ice. The Biogeochemical cycle study combines topics in areas such as Atmospheric sciences and Biogeochemistry. His research in Climatology intersects with topics in Spice, Climate model and Earth system science.
Stephen C. Riser mainly investigates Oceanography, Argo, Profiling, Biogeochemical cycle and Sea ice. When carried out as part of a general Oceanography research project, his work on Seasonal ice zone is frequently linked to work in Phytoplankton, therefore connecting diverse disciplines of study. His Argo research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Ocean observations and Remote sensing.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Float, Ocean deoxygenation and Physical oceanography in addition to Ocean observations. The various areas that Stephen C. Riser examines in his Biogeochemical cycle study include Atmospheric sciences, Biogeochemistry and High latitude. His Sea ice research includes elements of Stratification, Mixed layer, Seamount, Severe weather and Upwelling.
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The Argo Program : observing the global ocean with profiling floats
Dean Roemmich;Gregory C. Johnson;Stephen C. Riser;Russ E. Davis.
Fifteen years of ocean observations with the global Argo array
Stephen C. Riser;Howard J. Freeland;Dean Roemmich;Susan Wijffels.
Nature Climate Change (2016)
Decadal Spinup of the South Pacific Subtropical Gyre
D. Roemmich;J. Gilson;R. Davis;P. Sutton.
Journal of Physical Oceanography (2007)
Nitrate supply from deep to near-surface waters of the North Pacific subtropical gyre
Kenneth S. Johnson;Stephen C. Riser;David M. Karl.
Net production of oxygen in the subtropical ocean
Stephen C. Riser;Kenneth S. Johnson.
Chemical sensor networks for the aquatic environment
Kenneth S. Johnson;Joseph A. Needoba;Stephen C. Riser;William J. Showers.
Chemical Reviews (2007)
Argo: The Global Array of Profiling Floats
Dean Roemmich;Olaf Boebel;Yves Desaubies;Howard Freeland.
Roemmich, Dean, Boebel, Olaf, Desaubies, Yves, Freeland, Howard, Kim, Kuh, King, Brian, LeTraon, Pierre-Yves, Molinari, Robert, Owens, W. Brechner, Riser, Stephen, Send, Uwe, Takeuchi, Kensuke and Wijffels, Susan (2001) Argo: The Global Array of Profiling Floats Observing the Oceans in the 21st Century. Godae Project Office, Bureau of Meteorology, Melbourne, pp. 248-258. ISBN 064270618 2 (2001)
Observing Biogeochemical Cycles at Global Scales With Profiling Floats and Gliders Prospects for a Global Array
Kenneth S. Johnson;William M. Berelson;Emmanuel S. Boss;Zanna Chase.
Biogeochemical sensor performance in the SOCCOM profiling float array.
Kenneth S. Johnson;Joshua N. Plant;Luke J. Coletti;Hans W. Jannasch.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2017)
The Argo Project: Global Ocean Observations for Understanding and Prediction of Climate Variability
Dean H. Roemmich;Russ E. Davis;Stephen C. Riser;W. B. Owens.
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