Publications by Andreas Thurnherr

1. Thurnherr, A. M., S. S. Jacobs, P. Dutrieux and C. F. Giulivi, 2014: Export and circulation of ice cavity water in Pine Island Bay, West Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 119(3): 1754-1764. ABS
2. German, C. R., A. M. Thurnherr, J. Knoery, J. L. Charlou, P. Jean-Baptiste and H. N. Edmonds, 2009: Export fluxes from submarine venting to the ocean: A synthesis of results from the Rainbow hydrothermal field, 36 degrees N MAR. Geochimica Et Cosmochimica Acta, 73(13): A428-A428.
3. Visbeck, M. and A. M. Thurnherr, 2009: High-resolution velocity and hydrographic observations of the Drygalski Trough gravity plume. Deep-Sea Research Part Ii-Topical Studies in Oceanography, 56(13-14): 835-842. ABS
4. Thurnherr, A. M. , G. Reverdin, P. Bouruet-Aubertot, L. C. St Laurent, A. Vangriesheim and V. Ballu, 2008: Hydrography and flow in the Lucky Strike segment of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Journal of Marine Research, 66: 347-372. PDF
5. Otto, T. D. and A. M. Thurnherr, 2007: Efficient algorithms for finding sills in digital topographic maps. Computers & Geosciences, 33(5): 678-684. PDF ABS
6. St Laurent, L. C. and A. M. Thurnherr, 2007: Intense mixing of lower thermocline water on the crest of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Nature, 448(7154): 680-683. PDF ABS
7. Kunze, E., E. Firing, J. M. Hummon, T. K. Chereskin and A. M. Thurnherr, 2006: Global abyssal mixing inferred from lowered ADCP shear and CTD strain profiles. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 36(8): 1553-1576. LINK PDF ABS
8. Thurnherr, A. M., 2006: Diapycnal mixing associated with an overflow in a deep submarine canyon. Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography, 53(1-2): 194-206. PDF ABS
9. Hogg, N. G. and A. M. Thurnherr, 2005: A zonal pathway for NADW in the South Atlantic. Journal of Oceanography, 61(3): 493-507. PDF ABS
10. Speer, K. G. and A. M. Thurnherr, 2005: Abyssal Canyons and Mixing by Low-Frequency Flow. In: P. Muller and D. Henderson (Editors), Near-Boundary Processes and Their Parameterization, topics in physical oceanography, 'Aha Huliko' a Winter Workshop, pp. 17-19.
11. Thurnherr, A. M., L. C. St Laurent, K. G. Speer, J. M. Toole and J. R. Ledwell, 2005: Mixing associated with sills in a canyon on the midocean ridge flank. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 35(8): 1370-1381. PDF ABS
12. Thurnherr, A. M. and K. G. Speer, 2004: Representativeness of meridional hydrographic sections in the western South Atlantic. Journal of Marine Research, 62(1): 37-65. PDF ABS
13. Hein, J. R., E. T. Baker, J. P. Cowen, C. R. German, E. Holzbecher, R. A. Koski, M. J. Mottl, N. V. Pimenov, S. D. Scott and A. M. Thurnherr, 2003: How important are the material and energy fluxes from hydrothermal circulation to the ocean? In: P.E.V.T.J.R.H. Halbach (Editor), Energy and Mass Transfer in Marine Hydrothermal Systems. Dahlem University Press, Berlin, pp. 337-355.
14. Speer, K. G., M. E. Maltrud and A. M. Thurnherr, 2003: A Global View of Dispersion Above the Mid-Ocean Ridge. In: P.E. Halbach, V. Tunnicliffe and J.R. Hein (Editors), Energy and Mass Transfer in Marine Hydrothermal Systems. Dahlem University Press, Berlin, pp. 287-302. PDF
15. Thurnherr, A. M. and K. G. Speer, 2003: Boundary mixing and topographic blocking on the Mid-Atlantic Ridge in the South Atlantic. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 33(4): 848-862. PDF ABS
16. Mullineaux, L. S., K. G. Speer, A. M. Thurnherr, M. E. Maltrud and A. Vangriesheim, 2002: Implications of cross-axis flow for larval dispersal along mid-ocean ridges. Cahiers De Biologie Marine, 43(3-4): 281-284.
17. Thurnherr, A. M., K. J. Richards, C. R. German, G. F. Lane-Serff and K. G. Speer, 2002: Flow and mixing in the rift valley of the Mid-Atlantic Ridge. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 32(6): 1763-1778. PDF ABS
18. Thurnherr, A. M. and K. J. Richards, 2001: Hydrography and high-temperature heat flux of the Rainbow hydrothermal site (36 degrees 14 ' N, Mid-Atlantic Ridge). Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans, 106(C5): 9411-9426. PDF ABS
19. Thorpe, S. A., W. A. M. Nimmo-Smith, A. M. Thurnherr and N. J. Walters, 1999: Patterns in Foam. Weather, 54(10): 327-334.

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