Environmental Laboratory for Forensics
Contaminant detection of toxic substances.
1. Haskell, W.Z., A.J. Fassbender, J. Long, J. Plant, K.S. Johnson. (in review) Annual net community production of particulate and dissolved organic carbon from a decade of biogeochemical profiling float observations in the Northeast Pacific. Global Biogeochemical Cycles.
2. Haskell, W.Z., D.E. Hammond, M.G. Prokopenko, E.N. Teel, B.N. Seegers, M.A. Ragan, N. Rollins, B. H. Jones (2019) Net community production in a productive coastal ocean from an autonomous buoyancy-driven glider. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 124, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019JC015048.
3. Haskell, W.Z. and J.C. Fleming. (2018) Concurrent estimates of carbon export reveal physical biases in ΔO2/Ar-based net community production estimates in the Southern California Bight. Jour. of Mar. Sys, 183, pp. 13-23. doi.org/10.1016/j.jmarsys.2018.03.008.
4. Teel, E.N., X. Liu, B.N. Seegers, M.A. Ragen, W.Z. Haskell, B.H. Jones, N.M. Levine. (2018) Contextualizing time-series data: Quantification of short-term regional variability in the San Pedro Channel using high-resolution in-situ glider data. Biogeosciences, 15, 6151-6165. doi.org/10.5194/bg-15-6151-2018.
5. Haskell, W.Z., M.G. Prokopenko, D.E. Hammond, R.H.R. Stanley, Z.O. Sandwith. (2017) Annual cyclicity in export efficiency in the inner Southern California Bight. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 31, pp. 357-376. doi: 10.1002/2016GB005561.
6. Fassbender, A.J., H.I. Palevsky, T.R. Martz, A.E. Ingalls, M. Gledhill, S.E. Fawcett, J.A. Brandes, L.I. Aluwihare, the participants of COME ABOARD, DISCO XXV. (2017) Perspectives on Chemical Oceanography in the 21st century: Participants of the COME ABOARD Meeting examine aspects of the field in the context of 40 years of DISCO. Marine Chemistry, 196, pp. 181-190. doi.org/10.1016/j.marchem.2017.09.002.
7. Haskell, W.Z., M.G. Prokopenko, D.E. Hammond, R.H.R. Stanley, W.M. Berelson, J.J. Baronas, J.C. Fleming, L. Aluwihare. (2016b) An organic carbon budget for coastal Southern California determined by estimates of upwelled nutrients, net production, and export. Deep-Sea Res. I., 116, pp. 49-76.
8. Haskell, W.Z., M.G. Prokopenko and R.H.R. Stanley. (2016a) Estimates of vertical turbulent mixing used to determine a vertical gradient in net and gross O2 production in the oligotrophic South Pacific Gyre. Geophys. Res. Lett., 43, pp. 7590-7599, doi: 10.1002/2016GL069523.
9. Haskell, W.Z., D.E. Hammond, M.G. Prokopenko. (2015b) A dual-tracer approach to estimate upwelling velocity in coastal Southern California. Earth and Planet. Sci. Lett., 422, pp. 138-149.
10. Haskell, W.Z., D. Kadko, D.E. Hammond, M.G. Prokopenko, W.M. Berelson, A.N. Knapp, D.G. Capone. (2015a) Upwelling velocity and eddy diffusivity from 7Be measurements used to compare vertical nutrient flux to export POC flux in the Eastern Tropical South Pacific. Marine Chemistry, 168, pp. 140-150.
11. Berelson, W.M., W.Z. Haskell, M.G. Prokopenko, D. G. Capone, A.N. Knapp, D.E. Hammond, N. Rollins. (2015) Biogenic rain and remineralization in the Eastern Tropical South Pacific. DeepSea Res. I, 99, pp. 23-34.
12. Haskell, W.Z., W.M. Berelson, D.E. Hammond, D.G Capone. (2013) Particle sinking dynamics and POC fluxes in the Eastern Tropical South Pacific based on 234Th and sediment trap deployments. Deep-Sea Res. I, 81, pp.1-13.
Contaminant detection of toxic substances.
Advancing science to support abundant, productive fish populations
10TH FSU-MOTE INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON FISHERIES ECOLOGY AND 6TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON STOCK ENHANCEMENT AND SEA RANCHING
Coral diseases are one of the greatest threats to reefs worldwide.
Study of the Ocean's Phytoplankton Community
Studying manatee behavioral ecology, distribution, habitat use, genetics, and population status in Florida.
Studying the impacts of nutrients and physical parameters in riverine, estuarine and coastal environments.
Seeking to develop systems and techniques to grow coral and other reef species.
Study of how fish interact with their habitats & how disturbances influence these interactions.
Long term study of dolphin populations in Sarasota Bay.
Studying sharks, skates and stingrays as laboratory animal models for basic & applied research
Developing technologies to produce fish & invertebrates to meet growing demand for seafood & fishing stocks.
A Mote-FWC partnership to develop prevention, control and mitigation technologies and approaches that will decrease Florida red tide impacts
Investigating the source, fact & effects of toxins in the environment
Study responses of ecologically important species to projected levels of ocean acidification.
Investigating how marine & freshwater chemicals impact public health
Studying habitats and trends in turtle nesting to conserve Sea Turtles.
Rehabilitation hospital to provide provide state-of-the-art critical care & chronic care for stranded sea turtles and dolphins.
The Stranding Investigations Program (SIP) provides 24-hour response to sick, injured and deceased marine mammals & sea turtles.
Studying the physical, biological, geological & chemical processes that distribute nutrients and other chemical species in the ocean
Bottom-dwelling organism response to environmental disturbance.
Using innovative ocean technology to accomplish interdisciplinary scientific goals
The Sharks and Rays Conservation Research Program is dedicated to studying the biology, ecology and conservation of sharks, skates and rays.
PERC is dedicated to improving stock assessment, management and sustainability of highly migratory fishes in the Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico
The Red Tide Institute at Mote Marine Laboratory leads Florida red tide mitigation and control research.
Understanding processes and environmental factors that influence coral reef health.
Basic and applied research on the health and immune systems of marine vertebrates