Yingli Zhu’s paper on the upper and deep ocean coupling in the Gulf of Mexico was accepted by JGR-Oceans. A preprint of this paper can be found at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/344712974_Coupling_of_the_Surface_and_Near-bottom_Currents_in_the_Gulf_of_Mexico
The paper describing the discrepancies of salinity from a set of gridded Argo products was accepted by the Journal of Climate. A preprint can be found at https://www.researchgate.net/publication/343267855_Global_Patterns_of_Spatial_and_Temporal_Variability_in_Salinity_from_Multiple_Gridded_Argo_Products
Fanglou’s manuscript on hidden ocean upwellings was sent out for review in Nature Communications.
A manuscript led by Chao Liu describing the discrepancies of salinity from a set of gridded Argo products was submitted to the Journal of Climate.
Yingli Zhu’s manuscript on the upper and deep ocean coupling in the Gulf of Mexico was submitted to JGR-Oceans. This is the first paper the group submitted from UD.
The USF news report on our global ocean vertical salt transport paper is online. Link to the story is https://www.marine.usf.edu/news-and-events/deeper-ocean-observations-needed-to-accurately-assess-earths-climatic-changes/
Xinfeng Liang officially started to work as an Assistant Professor at the University of Delaware.
The first paper of Chao Liu was just published in Nature Communications. In this paper, we examined the global ocean salinity changes in ECCO and explored how to interpret the relatively well-observed upper ocean changes. Link to paper: https://www.nature.com/articles/s41467-019-11436-x