Publications

 

Jannasch, H. W., Zafiriou, O. C. and Farrington, J. W. (1980) A sequencing sediment trap for time-series studies of fragile particles. Limnol. Oceanog.  25, 939-943.

Haschemeyer, A. E. and Jannasch, H. W. (1983) Antifreeze glycopeptides of Antarctic Fishes. Comp. Biochem. Physiol. 76B, 545-548.

Jannasch, H.W., Honeyman, B. D., Balistrieri, L. S. and Murray, J.W. (1988) Kinetics of trace element uptake by marine particles. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta  52, 567-577.

Murray, J.W., Downs, J.N., Strom, S., Wei, C. L. and Jannasch, H. W. (1989) Nutrient assimilation, export production and 234Th scavenging in the eastern equatorial Pacific.  Deep Sea Res.  36, 1471-1489.

Chavez, F.P., H.W. Jannasch, K.S. Johnson, C.M. Sakamoto, G.E. Friederich, G.D. Thurmond, R.A. Herlien and L.A. Codispoti (1991). The MBARI program for obtaining real-time measurements in Monterey Bay. IEEE Proceedings Oceans 91, 1, 327-333.

Jannasch, H.W. and Johnson, K. S. (1992)  In situ instrumentation for dissolved nutrient and trace metal analyses in seawater.  Proceedings of the MarChem '91 Workshop on Marine Chemistry.  S.J. Martin, L. A. Codispoti and D. H. Johnson, eds., ONR Report No. OCNR
12492-10.

Johnson, K. S., Coale, K.H. and Jannasch, H.W. (1992) Analytical chemistry in oceanography. Analytical Chemistry, 64, 1065A-1075A.

Jannasch, H.W., K. S. Johnson and C.M. Sakamoto (1994) Submersible, osmotically pumped analyzers for continuous determination of nitrate in situ.  Analytical Chemistry 66, 3352-3361.

Johnson, K. S. and Jannasch, H.W. (1994) Analytical chemistry under the sea surface: Monitoring ocean chemistry in situ. Naval Research Reviews, 46, 4-12.

Jannasch, H.W., Honeyman, B. D. and Murray, J.W. (1996) The Relative Importance of Reaction Rates on, and Mass Transfer to, Marine Particles Limnol. and Oceanog. 41, 82-88.

Chavez, F. P., T. J. Pennington, R. Herlien, H. W. Jannasch, G. Thurmond and G. Friederich (1997) Moorings and drifters for real-time interdisciplinary oceanography, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 14, 1199-1211.

Dickey, T., D. Frye, H. W. Jannasch, E. Boyle and A. H. Knap (1997) Bermuda sensor system testbed,  Sea Technology. (April) 81-86.

Dickey, T., D. Frye, J. McNeil, D. Manov, N. Nelson, D. Sigurdson, H. W. Jannasch, D. Siegel, A. Michaels, and R. Johnson, (1998) Upper ocean temperature response to Hurricane Felix as measured by the Bermuda Testbed Mooring, Mon. Wea. Rev., 126, 1195-1201.

Dickey, T., D. Frye, H. W. Jannasch, E. Boyle, D. Manov, D. Sigurdson, J. McNeil, M. Stramska, A. Michaels, N. Nelson, D. Siegel, G.C. Chang, J. Wu, and A. Knap (1998) Initial results from the Bermuda Testbed Mooring Program, Deep-Sea Research, 45, 771-794.

Blain, S, H. Jannasch, and K. Johnson (in press) In situ chemical analyzers with colorimetric detection. (in Proceedings of March’mor Workshop, Nov 1997, Brest).

Jannasch H. W., C. S. Sakamoto, G. C. Wheat and K. Johnson. (1998) Osmotically Pumped Chemical Analyzers and Samplers for Long-term Oceanographic Monitoring, presented at the International Workshop in Marine Analytical Chemistry for Monitoring and Oceanographic Research (Brest, France, 17-19 November 1977).

McGillicuddy, D. J., A. R. Robinson, D. A. Siegel, H. W. Jannasch, R. Johnson, T. D. Dickey, J. McNiel, A. F. Michaels and A. H Knap (1998) Influence of mesoscale eddies on new production in the Sagasso Sea, Nature, 394, 263-266.

McNeil, J.D., H. W. Jannasch, T. Dickey, D. McGillicuddy, M. Brzezinski, and C.M. Sakamoto (accepted) New chemical, bio-optical, and physical observations of upper ocean response to the passage of a mesoscale eddy, J. Geophys. Res.

Jannasch H. W., C. G. Wheat, M. Kastner D. Stakes and J. Plant (submitted) Continuous chemical monitoring with osmotically pumped water samplers: Applications for sampling vents and porewaters. Geochim. et Cosmochim. Acta.

Wheat C. G., H. W. Jannasch, and J. Plant (submitted) Chemical monitoring of vent fluids at Loihi Seamount. J. Geophys. Res.
 
 

Abstracts

Jannasch, H.W., J.W. Murray, J.N. Downs and B. Paul (1990) Compositional differences between suspended and settling matter in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific, EOS, 69, No. 43 (O32E-06).

Jannasch, H.W. and K. S. Johnson (1991) In situ instrumentation for dissolved nutrient and trace metal analyses in seawater.  MarChem '91 Workshop on Marine Chemistry. Steamboat Springs, Co. (Invited).

Jannasch, H.W. (1991) In-situ samplers, chemical analyzers and sensors. Applications of Autonomous Underwater Vehicle technology to data acquisition needs associated with the JGOFS time series stations.  Univ. of New Hampshire. (Invited).

Jannasch, H.W. (1992) In-situ chemical detectors for potential use on autonomous underwater vehicles.  Scientific and Environmental Data Collection with Autonomous Underwater Vehicles, Massachusetts Institute of Technology.

Jannasch, H., K. Johnson and C. Sakamoto (1992)  Long-term in-situ nitrate analyzers using osmotic pumps.  Autonomous Bio-Optical Ocean Observing Systems,  Monterey, CA.

Jannasch, H. and K. Johnson (1993) Long-term in situ Osmotically Pumped Nitrate Analyzers, TOS Meeting, Seattle, WA.

Jannasch, H., G. Friederich, C. Sakamoto and K. Johnson (1993) The MBARI Chemical Instrumentation Program MarChem '93 Workshop on Marine Chemistry. Steamboat Springs, CO.

Jannasch, H., K. Johnson and C. Sakamoto (1994)  Continuous Nitrate Measurements Obtained by Osmotically Pumped in situ long-term Analyzers, EOS, 75, No. 3 (O12A-7).

Ferioli, L., J. Barry, G. Greene, H. Jannasch, K. Johnson, and D. Orange (1994) In Situ Chemical Characterization of Cold Seep Fluid in the Monterey Submarine Canyon , EOS, 75, No. 43 (V41B-07).

Jannasch, H., K. Johnson and C. Sakamoto (1994)  The variability of nitrate concentrations in Monterey Bay determined by remote in situ analysis on moorings, EOS, 75, No. 43 (O42B-13).

Stakes, D., E. Mellinger, H. Jannasch, T. Tengdin and J. McClain (1995) ROV Deployment of instrument packages using a multiple-barrel submersible drill. ION/ODP Meeting, Marseilles, France.

Dickey, T., D. Frye, H. Jannasch and A. Michaels (1995) A review of interdisciplinary time series measurements from moorings during JGOFS and the Development of the Bermuda Testbed Mooring,  JGOFS Scientific Symposium, Villefranche-sur-Mer May, France.

Jannasch, H.W. and M. Kastner (1995) Long-term continuous monitoring of fluid composition with an osmotically pumped fluid sampler. International Workshop on Dynamics of Lithosphere Convergence, Miyagi, Japan.

O'Reilly T.O., J.T. Pennington, G. E. Friederich, H. W. Jannasch and F. P. Chavez (1995) A window to a coastal central California ecosystem: The example of the spring 1995 CoOP field program.  EPOC,  Lake Tahoe.

Jannasch, H., C. Sakamoto, T. Dickey and D. Frye (1996) High-resolution nutrient variability in the Sargasso Sea. EOS, 76, No. 3 (OS21J-7).

Ferioli, L., C. Sakamoto,  H. Jannasch, F. Chavez, S. Tanner, P. Nightingale and M. Liddicoat (1996) Nitrate distribution determined by a surface mapping system during IronEx-II. EOS, 76, No. 3 (OS21J-7).

Dickey, T., D. Frye, M. Stramska, H. Jannasch, E. Boyle, D. Manov, D. Sigrudson and A. Michaels (1996) The Bermuda testbed mooring program. EOS, 76, No. 3 (OS22D-15).

Rogers, P., F. Chavez, H. Jannasch, L. Ferioli, C. Sakamoto, R. Kudela, R. Herlien and G. Thurmond (1996) Drifting during IronEx II. EOS, 76, No. 3 (OS41G-10).

Jannasch, H. W., C. G. Wheat, M. Kastner and D. Stakes (1996) Sample Resolution in Long-term Osmotically Pumped Continuous Fluid Samplers. EOS, 77, No. 46 (T32A-06).

DeGrandpre, M. D., M . M. Baehr, H. W. Jannasch and T. R. Hammar (1997) pCO2 and NO3 time series in the OMP biogeochemical box during winter-fall 1996, OMP Meeting, Savanna, GE, January 1997.

McNeil, J. D., H. W. Jannasch, S. E. Zedler, D. E. Sigurdson, D. V. Manov, T. D. Dickey (1998) Bio-optical and chemical observations of the response of the upper ocean to the passage of a mesoscale eddy at the bermuda testbed mooring, EOS, (OS31H-06)

DeGrandpre M. D., H. W. Jannasch, G. Olbu, T. R. Hammar (1998) Carbon dioxide and nutrient variability on the U.S. Middle Atlantic Bight off Cape Hatteras, North Carolina. EOS, 80 (OS52C-07)

Wheat, C. G., H. W. Jannasch, F. J. Sansone and J.  Plant. Changes in the Chemical Composition of Hydrothermal Effluent From Loihi Seamount Resulting From the 1996 Event, EOS (May 1998) T32B-02.

Jannasch, H. W., C. Sakamoto, P. Walz, J. Plant and T. Chapin, Long-term high resolution chemical monitoring with osmotically pumped analyzers and samplers (Invited), ACS (Aug 1998).

Chapin, T. P. and H. W. Jannasch, Continuous in situ determination of iron (II+III) by an osmotically pumped submersible analyzer, ACS (Aug 1998).

Jannasch, H. W., C. Sakamoto and K. Johnson, In situ analyzers and samplers for long-term oceanographic monitoring. (Invited) MTS (Nov 1998).

Jaeger, J. M., B. Carson, E. J. Screaton, H. Jannasch, M. Kastner, and D. Bartlett, In-Situ Measurement of Hydrocarbon-Rich Fluid Flow From the Cascadia Accretionary Prism, EOS (Dec 1998) OS71B-09.

Kastner, M., A. Paytan, H. Jannasch, B. Carson, J. Jaeger M. Volmer, B. Ransom, K. Bidle, D. Bartlett, G. Robertson, and J. Plant. Methane Advection, Methane Hydrate Formation and Possibly Dissociation, at the Cascadia Margin, Off Central Oregon, EOS (Dec 1998) OS72H-01

Sansone F. J., B. P. Midson, C. G. Wheat, J. A. Resing, C. L. Moyer, H. W. Jannasch, Geochemical Evolution of Loihi Seamount Following the 1996 Seismic Event, EOS (Dec 1998) V42E-05

Wheat, C. G., H. W. Jannasch, T. Chapin and J. Plant, New Instruments for Continuously Monitoring Dissolved Ions and Gases in Hydrothermal Systems:  Evolution of Hydrothermal Fluids After the 1998 Event on Axial Seamount, EOS (Dec 1998) V71A-11
 

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