Online Publication Resource of the East China Sea in 2002:


19. Carbon budget in the East China Sea in spring

BY TSUNG-HUNG PENG, JIA-JANG HUNG, RIK WANNINKHOF, FRANK J. MILLERO

Tellus B, Volume 51, Issue 2: 531-540.
Posted online on 19 Sep 2002.

18.Bathymetric effect on the winter sea surface temperature and climate of the Yellow and East China Seas
S.-P Xie, J. Hafner, Y. Tanimoto, W. T. Liu, H. Tokinaga, H. Xu, 
      2002-12-28 [Abstract] [HTML][PDF]

17. Distribution of anthropogenic CO2 in the Pacific Ocean
C. L. Sabine, R. A. Feely, R. M. Key, J. L. Bullister, F. J. Millero, K. Lee, T.-H. Peng, B. Tilbrook, T. Ono, C. S. Wong, 
      2002-11-14 [Abstract] [HTML][PDF]

16. Sea surface salinity changes in the East China Sea during 1997–2001: Influence of the Yangtze River
T. Delcroix, R. Murtugudde, 
      2002-11-01 [Abstract] [HTML][PDF]

15. Winter Arctic Oscillation, Siberian High and East Asian Winter Monsoon
B. Wu, J. Wang, 
      2002-10-01 [Abstract] [HTML][PDF]

14. 80 yr oscillation of summer rainfall over North China and East Asian Summer Monsoon
J. Zhu, S. Wang, 
      2002-07-19 [Abstract] [HTML][PDF]

13. Two-layer tidal modeling of the Yellow and East China Seas with application to seasonal variability of the M2 tide
S. K. Kang, M. G. G. Foreman, H.-J. Lie, J.-H. Lee, J. Cherniawsky, K.-D. Yum, 
      2002-03-23 [Abstract] [HTML][PDF]

12. Computation methods of major tidal currents from satellite-tracked drifter positions, with application to the Yellow and East China Seas
Heung-Jae Lie, Seok Lee, Cheol-Ho Cho, 
      2002-01-04 [Abstract] [HTML][PDF]

11.A three-dimensional mixed finite-difference Galerkin function model for the oceanic circulation in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea in the presence of M2 tide  • ARTICLE
Continental Shelf Research, Volume 22, Issue 1, January 2002, Pages 67-91
Ho Jin Lee, Kyung Tae Jung, Jae Kwi So and Jong Yul Chung
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10. Architecture and evolution of the tide-dominated Changjiang (Yangtze) River delta, China  • ARTICLE
Sedimentary Geology, Volume 146, Issues 3-4, 15 January 2002, Pages 249-264
Kazuaki Hori, Yoshiki Saito, Quanhong Zhao and Pinxian Wang
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9. Influence of the Yangtze River and grain size on the spatial variations of heavy metals and organic carbon in the East China Sea continental shelf sediments  • ARTICLE
Chemical Geology, Volume 182, Issues 2-4, 15 February 2002, Pages 377-394
Saulwood Lin, I-Jy Hsieh, Kuo-Ming Huang and Chung-Ho Wang
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8. Paleotidal regime in the Changjiang (Yangtze) Estuary, the East China Sea, and the Yellow Sea at 6 ka and 10 ka estimated from a numerical model  • ARTICLE
Marine Geology, Volume 183, Issues 1-4, 30 April 2002, Pages 179-192
Katsuto Uehara, Yoshiki Saito and Kazuaki Hori
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7. 210Pb, 137Cs and 239,240Pu in East China Sea sediments: sources, pathways and budgets of sediments and radionuclides  • ARTICLE
Marine Geology, Volume 183, Issues 1-4, 30 April 2002, Pages 163-178
Chih-Chieh Su and Chih-An Huh
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6. 239+240Pu and 137Cs concentrations for zooplankton and nekton in the Northwest Pacific and Antarctic Oceans (1993–1996)  • ARTICLE
Marine Pollution Bulletin, Volume 44, Issue 7, July 2002, Pages 660-665
G. H. Hong, Y. I. Kim, S. H. Lee, L. W. Cooper, S. M. Choe, A. V. Tkalin, T. Lee, S. H. Kim, C. S. Chung and K. Hirose
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5. Late Quaternary transgressive and highstand systems tracts in the northern East China Sea mid-shelf  • ARTICLE
Marine Geology, Volume 187, Issues 3-4, 30 July 2002, Pages 313-328
D. G. Yoo, C. W. Lee, S. P. Kim, J. H. Jin, J. K. Kim and H. C. Han
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4. Small latitudinal shift in the Kuroshio Extension (Central Pacific) during glacial times: evidence from pollen transport  • ARTICLE
Quaternary Science Reviews, Volume 21, Issues 14-15, August 2002, Pages 1705-1717
Hodaka Kawahata and Hideaki Ohshima
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3. Pleistocene forced regressions and tidal sand ridges in the East China Sea  • ARTICLE
Marine Geology, Volume 188, Issues 3-4, 30 August 2002, Pages 293-315
Serge Berné, Pierre Vagner, François Guichard, Gilles Lericolais, Zhenxia Liu, Alain Trentesaux, Ping Yin and Hi Il Yi
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2. Sulfate reduction and iron sulfide mineral formation in the southern East China Sea continental slope sediment  • ARTICLE
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, Volume 49, Issue 10, October 2002, Pages 1837-1852
Saulwood Lin, Kuo-Ming Huang and Shin-Kuan Chen
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1. Upwelling in the Taiwan Strait during the summer monsoon detected by satellite and shipboard measurements  • ARTICLE
Remote Sensing of Environment, Volume 83, Issue 3, December 2002, Pages 457-471
DanLing Tang, Dana R. Kester, I-Hsun Ni, Hiroshi Kawamura and Huasheng Hong
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