John Anthony Stephens


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John Anthony

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Stephens

Publications in SciGraph latest 50 shown

  • 2016-06-15 Corrigendum: Both respiration and photosynthesis determine the scaling of plankton metabolism in the oligotrophic ocean in NATURE COMMUNICATIONS
  • 2015-04-24 Both respiration and photosynthesis determine the scaling of plankton metabolism in the oligotrophic ocean in NATURE COMMUNICATIONS
  • 2011-01-28 The Effects of Wind, Runoff and Tides on Salinity in a Strongly Tidal Sub-estuary in ESTUARIES AND COASTS
  • 2006-03-28 Properties of suspended sediment in the estuarine turbidity maximum of the highly turbid Humber Estuary system, UK in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2003-09 Intertidal mudflat properties, currents and sediment erosion in the partially mixed Tamar Estuary, UK in OCEAN DYNAMICS
  • 2001-10 Remotely sensed observations of the turbidity maximum in the highly turbid Humber Estuary, UK in ESTUARIES AND COASTS
  • 1998-06 Gulf Stream shifts following ENSO events in NATURE
  • 1993-03 The freshwater-saltwater interface and its relationship to the turbidity maximum in the Tamar Estuary, United Kingdom in ESTUARIES AND COASTS
  • 1993 The Hydrography and Hydrographic Balances of the North Sea in POLLUTION OF THE NORTH SEA
  • 1990-12 The structure of vertical current profiles in a macrotidal, partly-mixed estuary in ESTUARIES AND COASTS
  • 1990-06 Computed and observed currents, elevations, and salinity in a branching estuary in ESTUARIES AND COASTS
  • 1990-06 Longitudinal dispersion processes in the upper tamar estuary in ESTUARIES AND COASTS
  • 1990 Calculation of Estuarine Contaminant Transport with Strong Particulate-Dissolved Partitioning in ESTUARINE WATER QUALITY MANAGEMENT
  • 1990 Salinity Stratification and Vertical Shear Transport in an Estuary in RESIDUAL CURRENTS AND LONG-TERM TRANSPORT
  • 1988-06 Seasonal cycling of estuarine sediment and contaminant transport in ESTUARIES AND COASTS
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