US OCB Summer Workshop 2024

Presentation slides

Manning et al. (2024) – Methane fluxes from the Arctic Ocean: Carbon bomb or not so strong?

Follow ups

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References cited / influential works

Manning et al. (2022) – Interannual Variability in Methane and Nitrous Oxide Concentrations and Sea-Air Fluxes Across the North American Arctic Ocean (2015–2019). Access the data here!

Manning et al. (2020) – River inflow dominates methane emissions in an Arctic coastal system. Access the data here!

Cramm et al. (2021) – Characterization of marine microbial communities around an Arctic seabed hydrocarbon seep at Scott Inlet, Baffin Bay

Archer et al. (2009) – Ocean methane hydrates as a slow tipping point in the global carbon cycle

Ciais et al. (2013) – Global carbon and other biogeochemical cycles and feedbacks

McGinnis et al. (2006) – Fate of rising methane bubbles in stratified waters: How much methane reaches the atmosphere?

Palmtag et al. (2021) – Seasonal methane and carbon dioxide emissions from the coastal nearshore of the Kolyma river, Siberia

Ruppel and Kessler (2017) The interaction of climate change and methane hydrates

Saunois et al. (2020) – The Global Methane Budget 2000–2017

Sayedi et al. (2020) – Subsea permafrost carbon stocks and climate change sensitivity estimated by expert assessment

Schuur et al. (2015) – Climate change and the permafrost carbon feedback

Schuur et al. (2022) – Permafrost and Climate Change: Carbon Cycle Feedbacks From the Warming Arctic

Shakhova et al. (2014) – Ebullition and storm-induced methane release from the East Siberian Arctic Shelf

Thornton et al. (2020) – Shipborne eddy covariance observations of methane fluxes constrain Arctic sea emissions

Global Carbon Project – Methane Budget 2020

Long Island Sound Conference 2024

Manning et al. (2024) – Methane and nitrous oxide distributions and sea-air fluxes in western Long Island Sound

OSM 2024 presentation on Baffin Bay

Presentation slides

Manning et al. (2024) –  Remineralization and circulation in Baffin Bay investigated with nitrogen concentration and isotopic tracers

References cited / influential works

Burgers et al. (2023) – Distinguishing Physical and Biological Controls on the Carbon Dynamics in a High-Arctic Outlet Strait

Lehmann et al. (2019) – Remote Western Arctic Nutrients Fuel Remineralization in Deep Baffin Bay

Manning et al. (2022) – Interannual Variability in Methane and Nitrous Oxide Concentrations and Sea-Air Fluxes Across the North American Arctic Ocean (2015–2019)

Yeung et al. (2019) – In Situ Quantification of Biological N2 Production Using Naturally Occurring 15N15N

Yeung et al. (2017) – Extreme enrichment in atmospheric 15N15N

Zeidan et al. (2022) – Using Radiocarbon Measurements of Dissolved Inorganic Carbon to Determine a Revised Residence Time for Deep Baffin Bay