Presentations
TitleAuthorsEvent
An in situ Sensor of Phytoplankton Community Structure Based on Light AbsorptionKirkpatrick G, Millie D, Moline M, Lohrenz S, Robbins I, Schofield OASLO Honolulu 2006
An Ocean Observing System for Harmful Algal Bloom Detection and TrackingR. D. Currier, C. Boyes, A. Hails, K. Nierenberg, B. Kirkpatrick, G. KirkpatrickMTS/IEEE Oceans09
Constructing a collaborative tool for the dissemination of real-time environmental conditions using Open Source softwareCurrier R, Kirkpatrick B, Nierenberg KCoastal GeoTools 2009
Constructing Adaptive Mission Planning and Real-Time Control Systems for Autonmous Underwater Vehicles with Open Source SoftwareCurrier R, Kirkpatrick GCoastal GeoTools 2009
Detection of Karenia brevis in an early bloom stage using the BreveBusterKirkpatrick G, Millie D, Heil C, Moline M, Lohrenz S, Stumpf R, Schofield ONational HAB Symposium 2005
Developing a Data Harvester in the Amazon Cloud for the Automated Assimilation of Florida's Healthy Beaches Reports into the GCOOS Data PortalCurrier R, Kirkpatrick BOceans14 St. John's NL/CA
INTEGRATING 3-DIMENSIONAL PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY STRUCTURE WITH HYDROGRAPHIC STRUCTURE UTILIZING AUTONOMOUS UNDERWATER VEHICLESKirkpatrick G, Kirkpatrick B, Schofield OJASM 2014, Portland Oregon
Phytoplankton Community Composition Observed by Autonmous Underwater VehicleKirkpatrick G, Moline M, Lohrenz S, Schofield OInternational HAB Conference 2006
Phytoplankton Community Composition Observed by Autonmous Underwater VehicleKirkpatrick G, Moline M, Weisberg R, Wilhelm S, Heil C, Lohrenz S, Stumpf R, Schofield OASLO Summer 2006
Recent Results of the Brevebuster: Has Karenia brevis lost the element of surprise?Kirkpatrick G, Millie D, Moline M, Lohrenz S, Weisberg R, Schofield OInternational HAB Conference 2004