His primary areas of investigation include Oceanography, Phytoplankton, Ocean color, Ecosystem and SeaWiFS. His Biogeochemical cycle research extends to Oceanography, which is thematically connected. Steve Groom frequently studies issues relating to Sea surface temperature and Phytoplankton.
In his work, Mathematical model is strongly intertwined with Remote sensing, which is a subfield of Ocean color. He has included themes like Watershed, Coastal management, Environmental resource management and Sustainable management in his Ecosystem study. Steve Groom combines subjects such as Submarine pipeline, Colored dissolved organic matter, Spectroradiometer, Atmospheric sciences and Radiative transfer with his study of SeaWiFS.
His main research concerns Remote sensing, Oceanography, SeaWiFS, Phytoplankton and Bloom. The Hyperspectral imaging research Steve Groom does as part of his general Remote sensing study is frequently linked to other disciplines of science, such as Imaging spectrometer, therefore creating a link between diverse domains of science. In general Oceanography study, his work on Bay often relates to the realm of Continental margin, thereby connecting several areas of interest.
The various areas that Steve Groom examines in his SeaWiFS study include Ocean color, Hydrography, Colored dissolved organic matter and Attenuation coefficient. His Phytoplankton study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Abundance, Zooplankton, Biomass, Ecosystem and Trophic level. His work on Microbial food web as part of his general Trophic level study is frequently connected to Copepod, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Remote sensing, SeaWiFS, Attenuation coefficient, Remote sensing reflectance and Wavelength. His Remote sensing studies intersect with other disciplines such as Imaging spectrometer, Metadata, Set, Table and The Internet. His study in Climate change extends to SeaWiFS with its themes.
His Climate change research incorporates themes from Atmospheric correction, Phytoplankton, Training and Pixel. His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Marine ecosystem, Ocean color, Wind wave and Biogeochemistry. Steve Groom has researched Sea surface temperature in several fields, including Wind stress, Continental shelf, Mixed layer and Upwelling.
Steve Groom mainly investigates Remote sensing, SeaWiFS, Climate change, Climatology and Sea surface temperature. His study in the field of Radiometer is also linked to topics like Metadata, Table, The Internet and Relation. His SeaWiFS study introduces a deeper knowledge of Phytoplankton.
His studies in Climate change integrate themes in fields like Pixel and Atmospheric correction. His Climatology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Continental shelf, Ocean color and Wind wave. His work deals with themes such as Wind stress, Stratification, Ekman transport, New production and Seasonality, which intersect with Sea surface temperature.
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A comparison of global estimates of marine primary production from ocean color
Mary-Elena Carr;Marjorie A. M. Friedrichs;Marjorie A. M. Friedrichs;Marjorie Schmeltz;Maki Noguchi Aita.
Deep-sea Research Part Ii-topical Studies in Oceanography (2006)
Nature of phosphorus limitation in the ultraoligotrophic eastern Mediterranean.
T. F. Thingstad;M. D. Krom;R. F. C. Mantoura;R. F. C. Mantoura;G. A. F. Flaten.
The Portugal coastal counter current off NW Spain: new insights on its biogeochemical variability
Xosé Antón Álvarez-Salgado;Francisco Figueiras;F.F. Pérez;Steve Groom.
Progress in Oceanography (2003)
Basin‐scale phenology and effects of climate variability on global timing of initial seaward migration of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
Jaime Otero;Jan Henning L'Abée-Lund;Ted Castro-Santos;Kjell Leonardsson.
Global Change Biology (2014)
The Ocean Colour Climate Change Initiative: III. A round-robin comparison on in-water bio-optical algorithms
Robert J.W. Brewin;Shubha Sathyendranath;Dagmar Muller;Carsten Brockmann.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2015)
An ocean-colour time series for use in climate studies: The experience of the ocean-colour climate change initiative (OC-CCI)
Shubha Sathyendranath;Robert J.W. Brewin;Carsten Brockmann;Vanda Brotas.
Sea-surface signatures of the island mass effect phenomena around Madeira Island, Northeast Atlantic
Rma Caldeira;SB Groom;PI Miller;DA Pilgrim.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2002)
New production of the NW Iberian shelf during the upwelling season over the period 1982–1999
Xosé Antón Álvarez-Salgado;S. Beloso;Ian Joint;Enrique Nogueira.
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers (2002)
Validation of MERIS ocean-color products in the Bohai Sea: A case study for turbid coastal waters
Tingwei Cui;Jie Zhang;Steve Groom;Ling Sun.
Remote Sensing of Environment (2010)
The effect of the “Prestige” oil spill on the plankton of the N–NW Spanish coast
Manuel Varela;Antonio Bode;Jorge Lorenzo;M. Teresa Álvarez-Ossorio.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2006)
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