Robert Rember
Robert Rember
International Arctic Research Center, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
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Greater role for Atlantic inflows on sea-ice loss in the Eurasian Basin of the Arctic Ocean
IV Polyakov, AV Pnyushkov, MB Alkire, IM Ashik, TM Baumann, ...
Science 356 (6335), 285-291, 2017
Increased concentrations of dissolved trace metals and organic carbon during snowmelt in rivers of the Alaskan Arctic
RD Rember, JH Trefry
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 68 (3), 477-489, 2004
The GEOTRACES intermediate data product 2017
R Schlitzer, RF Anderson, EM Dodas, M Lohan, W Geibert, A Tagliabue, ...
Chemical Geology 493, 210-223, 2018
Dissolution of aerosol-derived iron in seawater: Leach solution chemistry, aerosol type, and colloidal iron fraction
AM Aguilar-Islas, J Wu, R Rember, AM Johansen, LM Shank
Marine Chemistry 120 (1-4), 25-33, 2010
Dissolved iron anomaly in the deep tropical–subtropical Pacific: Evidence for long-range transport of hydrothermal iron
J Wu, ML Wells, R Rember
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (2), 460-468, 2011
Sea ice‐derived dissolved iron and its potential influence on the spring algal bloom in the Bering Sea
AM Aguilar‐Islas, RD Rember, CW Mordy, J Wu
Geophysical Research Letters 35 (24), 2008
Mooring-based observations of double-diffusive staircases over the Laptev Sea slope
IV Polyakov, AV Pnyushkov, R Rember, VV Ivanov, YD Lenn, L Padman, ...
Journal of Physical Oceanography 42 (1), 95-109, 2012
Trace metals in sediments near offshore oil exploration and production sites in the Alaskan Arctic
JH Trefry, RD Rember, RP Trocine, JS Brown
Environmental Geology 45 (2), 149-160, 2003
Dissolution of aerosol iron in the surface waters of the North Pacific and North Atlantic oceans as determined by a semicontinuous flow‐through reactor method
J Wu, R Rember, C Cahill
Global biogeochemical cycles 21 (4), 2007
Winter convection transports Atlantic water heat to the surface layer in the eastern Arctic Ocean
IV Polyakov, AV Pnyushkov, R Rember, L Padman, EC Carmack, ...
Journal of physical oceanography 43 (10), 2142-2155, 2013
Isotopic evidence for the source of lead in the North Pacific abyssal water
J Wu, R Rember, M Jin, EA Boyle, AR Flegal
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74 (16), 4629-4638, 2010
Size‐fractionated iron distribution on the northern Gulf of Alaska
J Wu, A Aguilar‐Islas, R Rember, T Weingartner, S Danielson, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 36 (11), 2009
Total mercury and methylmercury in sediments near offshore drilling sites in the Gulf of Mexico
JH Trefry, RP Trocine, ML McElvaine, RD Rember, LT Hawkins
Environmental geology 53 (2), 375-385, 2007
Partitioning and lateral transport of iron to the Canada Basin
AM Aguilar-Islas, R Rember, S Nishino, T Kikuchi, M Itoh
Polar Science 7 (2), 82-99, 2013
Radium isotopes across the Arctic Ocean show time scales of water mass ventilation and increasing shelf inputs
M Rutgers van der Loeff, L Kipp, MA Charette, WS Moore, E Black, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 123 (7), 4853-4873, 2018
Temporal variability of reactive iron over the Gulf of Alaska shelf
AM Aguilar-Islas, MJM Séguret, R Rember, KN Buck, P Proctor, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 132, 90-106, 2016
Eastern Arctic Ocean diapycnal heat fluxes through large double-diffusive steps
IV Polyakov, L Padman, YD Lenn, A Pnyushkov, R Rember, VV Ivanov
Journal of Physical Oceanography 49 (1), 227-246, 2019
Heat, salt, and volume transports in the eastern Eurasian Basin of the Arctic Ocean from 2 years of mooring observations
AV Pnyushkov, IV Polyakov, R Rember, VV Ivanov, MB Alkire, IM Ashik, ...
Ocean Science 14 (6), 1349-1371, 2018
Sediment and organic carbon focusing in the Shelikof Strait, Alaska
R Rember, J Trefry
Marine geology 224 (1-4), 83-101, 2005
Concentrations of total mercury and methylmercury in sediment adjacent to offshore drilling sites in the Gulf of Mexico
JH Trefry, RP Trocine, ML McElvaine, RD Rember
Final Report to the Synthetic Based Muds Research Group, 2002
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