DAVID A. SIEGEL

Professor, Department of Geography & Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Marine Science
Director, Earth Research Institute
University of California, Santa Barbara

E-mail: davey @ eri.ucsb.edu

Phone: 01-805-893-4547

Mail: Earth Research Institute, University of California, Santa Barbara, CA 93106-3060, USA


Research Interests:

Interdisciplinary marine science.  Coupling of physical, biological, optical and biogeochemical processes on micro to ocean basin scales. Specifically, ocean color remote sensing and optical oceanography, spatial marine ecology, mesoscale eddy & coastal processes, Lagrangian approaches to understanding stirring and mixing and its implications, quantification of subgrid scale processes, human-natural system coupling, fisheries oceanography and management, numerical modeling, role of radiative exchanges in air-sea interactions and data information systems.


Curriculum Vita:

Education

University of Southern California; M.S., Geological Sciences (1986), Ph.D., Geological Sciences (Ocean Physics; 1988)

University of California, San Diego; B.S., Engineering Sciences, B.A., Chemistry (1983)

Awards and Honors

2009                            Fellow, American Geophysical Union

2008                            Fellow, American Association for the Advancement of Science

2007                            Editor's citation for reviewing excellence - Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans

1990                            University of California Regents' Junior Faculty Fellowship

1990                            Office of Naval Research Young Investigator Program Award

1989                            Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution Postdoctoral Fellowship

1983                            Office of Naval Research Graduate Research Fellowship

 

Academic Positions Held

2010-present              Director, Earth Research Institute, UCSB.

2002-2010                   Director, Institute for Computational Earth System Science, UCSB.

1998-present              Professor, Department of Geography and Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Marine Science, UCSB.

2001, 2012                  Guest Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

1998-2001                   Professor, Donald Bren School of Environmental Science and Management, UCSB.

1993-1998                   Associate Professor, Department of Geography, UCSB.

1990-1993                   Assistant Professor, Department of Geography, UCSB.

1989                            Postdoctoral Scholar, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution.

Selected National and International Service

Member, Earth Science Subcommittee of the NASA Advisory Committee (2009-present)

Editorial Board, Annual Reviews in Marine Science (2007-present)

Member, NOAA Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary Research Activities Panel (2005-present)

Member, Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Scientific Steering Committee (2011-present)

Member, NRC Committee on Sustained Satellite Ocean Color Observations (2010-2011)

Member, US-JGOFS Science Steering Committee and Synthesis and Modeling Team (1995-2002)

Member, NASA SeaWiFS, SIMBIOS, MODIS & NPP Science Teams (1993-present), ACE & HyspIRI working groups (2009-present) & PACE Science Definition Team (2011-2012)


My Research Projects:

I am lucky to have a variety of funded projects I am working on (due largely to the good graces of NASA and NSF).  Some of these projects I lead while others I am a contributor.  They all have the possibility of involvement of graduate and undergraduate students. Many of the bio-optically related projects I do in collaboration with Stephane Maritorena and Norm Nelson both are at UCSB ICESS. 

 

Projects with reasonable webpages (this is a bit dated…) include:

Global Analyses of Ocean Color Variability - This work focuses on analyzing time/space trends in global ocean color satellite data sets including the merging of available satellite data sets (merged data set site).  This work is done in collaboration with Stephane Maritorena, Norm Nelson, Mike Behrenfeld (OSU), Toby Westberry (OSU) and Jorge Sarmiento (Princeton). A cute article on our recent Nature paper (and me) can be accessed here

Global CDOM - Global surveying & characterization of the chromophoric dissolved organic matter pool as part of the CLIVAR Repeat Hydrography Survey - NSF / NASA - with Norm Nelson and Craig Carlson

Plumes and Blooms (PnB) - Ocean color investigations of the Santa Barbara Channel - NASA - with Stephane Maritorena

Santa Barbara Coastal Long-Term Ecological Research site (SBC-LTER) - Focuses on the drivers of change in kelp ecosystem off Santa Barbara - Led by Dan Reed

Kelp Remote Sensing using High Resolution Satellite Imagery - New work using high spatial resolution multi-spectral imagery (SPOT & Landsat) to assess the dynamics of kelp forests in the northern Southern California Bight - Couples to the SCB-LTER.  NASA - with Dan Reed and others

Bermuda BioOptics Project (BBOP) - Ocean color investigations of the Sargasso Sea - NASA - Led by Norm Nelson

Flow, Fish & Fishing (F3) - Modeling project to assess the role of uncertainty in fishery management patterned after the nearshore fisheries of California - NSF - with Chris Costello, Steve Gaines, Ray Hilborn, Bruce Kendall, Steve Polasky, Bob Warner and Kraig Winters


My Teaching:

I have a 1/2 time teaching release due to my administrative obligations to ERI.  The following are courses that I find myself teaching often. Geog 210a is for incoming graduate students and Geog 163 and 158 are undergraduate offerings. I also teach graduate offerings in advanced physical oceanography, ocean color remote sensing and ocean optics when the demand is there.   

 

Geog 210a: Analytical Methods for Geography Research

Introduction to analytical methods used to geography research problems. Topics include: calculus, vector analysis, and differential equations. Emphasis is placed on problem statements and solutions.  I end up teaching this every fall. Syllabus is available here

 

Geog 163: Ocean Circulation

Examination of the general circulation of the oceans and its impact on global climate and climate change. Topics covered include the properties of seawater, the forces driving ocean currents, the wind and buoyancy generation of basin scale circulations and their impact on global climate.   I teach this every other year usually in the spring. Class web site is available here

 

Geog 158: Introduction to Marine Resources

Introduction to the marine resources off the California coast. The interplay of oceanographic, climatic, biogeochemical and geologic factors and the influences of man will be addressed. Topics will include: climate, circulation, biogeography, fisheries, marine mammals, petroleum, pollution and exploration history.  I teach this every other year (and will teach it the winter of 2014).  Class web site is available here


Selected Publications:

In press:

Harrison, C.S., and D.A. Siegel, 2014: The tattered curtain hypothesis revisited: coastal jets limit cross-shelf larval transport, Limnology and Oceanography – Fluids and Environment, in press.

 

2014:

EXPORTS Writing Team, 2014: EXport Processes in the Ocean from RemoTe Sensing (EXPORTS): A Science Plan for a NASA Field Campaign. Science plan, 104 pp. http://cce.nasa.gov/cce/ocean_exports_intro.htm

Cavanaugh, K.C., D.A. Siegel, P.T. Raimondi, and F. Alberto, 2014: Patch definition in metapopulation analysis: a graph theory approach to solve the mega-patch problem. Ecology, 95, 316-328. [pdf]

Rassweiler, A., C. Costello, R. Hilborn, D.A. Siegel, 2014: Integrating scientific guidance into marine spatial planning.  Proc. R. Soc. B 20132252. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., K.O. Buesseler, S.C. Doney, S.F. Sailley, M.J. Behrenfeld, P.W. Boyd, 2014: Global assessment of ocean carbon export by combining satellite observations and food-web models. Global Biogeochem. Cycles, 28, doi:10.1002/2013GB004743. [pdf]

Barron, R.K., D.A. Siegel and N. Guillocheau, 2014: Evaluating the importance of phytoplankton community structure to the optical properties of the Santa Barbara Channel, California. Limnology and Oceanography, 59, 927-946. [pdf]

 

2013:

Franz B.A., M.J. Behrenfeld, D.A. Siegel, P.J. Werdell, 2013: State of Climate 2012 - Global Ocean Phytoplankton. Bull. Amer. Met. Soc., 93, S75-S78.

Romero, L., Y. Uchiyama
, J.C. Ohlmann
, J.C. McWilliams
, D.A. Siegel, 2013: Simulations of nearshore particle-pair dispersion in Southern California, Journal of Physical Oceanography, 43, 1862-1879. [pdf]

Behrenfeld, M.J. S.C. Doney, I. Lima, E.S. Boss, D.A. Siegel, 2013: Annual cycles of ecological disturbance and recovery underlying the subarctic Atlantic spring plankton bloom. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 27, DOI: 10.1002/gbc.20050. [pdf]  [auxiliary material]

Swan, C.M., N.B. Nelson and D.A. Siegel, 2013: A model for remote estimation of ultraviolet absorption by chromophoric dissolved organic matter based on the global distribution of spectral slope. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 136, 277-285. [pdf]

Cavanaugh, K.C., B.E. Kendall, D.A. Siegel, D.C. Reed, F. Alberto, and J. Assis, 2013: Synchrony in dynamics of giant kelp forests is driven by both local recruitment and regional environmental controls.  Ecology, 94, 499–509. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., M.J. Behrenfeld, S. Maritorena, C.R. McClain, D. Antoine, S.W. Bailey, P.S. Bontempi, E.S. Boss, H.M. Dierssen, S.C. Doney, R.E. Eplee Jr., R.H. Evans, G.C. Feldman, E. Fields, B.A. Franz, N.A. Kuring, C. Mengelt, N.B. Nelson, F.S. Patt, W.D. Robinson, J.L. Sarmiento, C.M. Swan, P.J. Werdell, T.K. Westberry, J.G. Wilding, J.A. Yoder, 2013: Regional to Global Assessments of Phytoplankton Dynamics from the SeaWiFS Mission. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 135, 77-91. [pdf] [auxiliary material]

Simons, R.D., D.A. Siegel, K.S. Brown, 2013: Model sensitivity and robustness in the estimation of larval transport: A study of particle tracking parameters. Journal of Marine Systems, 119-120, 19-29. [pdf, supplemental matter]

White, J.W., A.J. Scholz, A. Rassweiler, C. Steinback, L.W. Botsford, S. Kruse, C. Costello, S. Mitarai, D.A. Siegel, P.T. Drake, C.A. Edwards, 2013: A comparison of approaches used for economic analysis in marine protected area network planning in California. Ocean & Coastal Management. [pdf]

Krause, J.W., M.A. Brzezinski, D.A. Siegel, R.C. Thunell, 2013: Biogenic silica standing stock and export in the Santa Barbara Channel ecosystem. Journal of Geophysical Research, 118, DOI: 10.1029/2012JC008070. [pdf]

Nelson, N.B., & Siegel D.A., 2013: Global distribution and dynamics of chromophoric dissolved organic matter.  Annual Review of Marine Science, 5, 447-476 [pdf]

Harrison, C.S., D.A. Siegel and S. Mitarai, 2012: The role of filamentation and eddy-eddy interactions in marine larval accumulation and transport. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 472, 27-44. [pdf]

Owens, S.A., K.O. Buesseler, C.H. Lamborg, J.R. Valdes, M.W. Lomas, R.J. Johnson, D.K. Steinberg, D.A. Siegel, 2013: A new time series of particle export from neutrally buoyant sediment traps at the Bermuda Atlantic Time-series Study site. Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 72, 34-47. [pdf]

 

2012:

Rassweiler, A., Costello, C., and D.A. Siegel, 2012: Marine protected areas and the value of spatially optimized fishery management. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 109, 11884-11889. [pdf]

Swan, C.M., N.B. Nelson, D.A. Siegel & T.S. Kostadinov, 2012: The effect of surface irradiance on the absorption spectrum of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the global ocean. Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 63, 52-64. [pdf]

Watson, J.R., B.E. Kendall, D.A. Siegel and S. Mitarai, 2012: Changing seascapes, stochastic connectivity, and marine metapopulation dynamics. American Naturalist. 180, 99-112. [pdf]

Kostadinov, T.S., D.A. Siegel, S. Maritorena, N. Guillocheau, 2012: Optical assessment of oceanic particle size and composition in the Santa Barbara Channel, California.  Applied Optics, 51, 3171-3189. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., D. Antoine, M. J. Behrenfeld, O. H. Fanton d’Andon, E. Fields, B. A. Franz, P. Goryl, S. Maritorena, C. R. McClain, M. Wang, and J. A. Yoder, 2012: Global ocean phytoplankton [in “State of the Climate in 2011”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society93, S107-S110. [pdf].

 

2011:

Reed, D.C., A. Rassweiler, M.H. Carr, K.C. Cavanaugh, D.P. Malone and D.A. Siegel, 2011: Wave disturbance overwhelms top-down and bottom-up control of primary production in California kelp forests.  Ecology, 92, 2108-2116. [pdf]

Watson, J.R., D.A. Siegel, B.E. Kendall, S. Mitarai, A. Rassweiller, S. D. Gaines, 2011: Identifying critical regions in small-world marine metapopulations, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 108, E907–E913. [pdf] [SI material]

Siegel, D.A., P. Peterson, D.J. McGillicuddy, Jr., S. Maritorena and N.B. Nelson, 2011: Bio-optical footprints created by mesoscale eddies in the Sargasso Sea. Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L13608, doi:10.1029/2011GL047660. [pdf]

Goldberg, S.J., C.A. Carlson, M. Brzezinski, N.B. Nelson and D.A. Siegel, 2011: Systematic removal of neutral sugars within dissolved organic matter across ocean basins. Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L17606, doi:10.1029/2011GL048620. [pdf]

Watson J.R., CG. Hays, P.T. Raimondi S. Mitarai, C. Dong, J.C. McWilliams, C.A. Blanchette, J.E. Caselle, and D.A. Siegel, 2011: Currents connecting communities: Nearshore community similarity and ocean circulation. Ecology, 92, 1193–1200. [pdf]

Cavanaugh, K.C., D.A. Siegel, D.C. Reed, and P.E. Dennison, 2011, Environmental controls of giant kelp biomass in the Santa Barbara Channel, California. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 429, 1-17. [pdf]

Antoine, D., D.A. Siegel, T. Kostadinov, S. Maritorena, N.B. Nelson, B. Gentili, V. Vellucci and N. Guillocheau, 2011: Variability in optical particle backscattering in contrasting bio-optical oceanic regimes, Limnology and Oceanography, 56, 955–973. [pdf]

Alberto, F. P.T. Raimondi, D.C. Reed, J.R. Watson, D.A. Siegel, S. Mitarai, N. Coelho, E.A. Serrčo, 2011: Isolation by oceanographic distance explains genetic structure for Macrocystis pyrifera in the Santa Barbara Channel. Molecular Ecology, 20, 2543-2554. [pdf]

Anderson, C.R., R.M. Kudela, C. Benitez-Nelson, E. Sekula-Wood, C. Burrell, Y. Chao, G. Langlois, J. Goodman, and D.A. Siegel, 2011: Detecting toxic diatom blooms from ocean color and a regional ocean model.  Geophysical Research Letters, doi:10.1029/2010GL045858. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., M.J. Behrenfeld, S. Maritorena, R.T. O’Malley, and E. Fields, 2011: Global ocean phytoplankton [in “State of the Climate in 2010”]. Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society, 92, S105-S108.

 

2010:

Costello, C., A. Rassweiler, D. Siegel, G. De Leo,  F. Micheli and A. Rosenberg, 2010: The value of spatial information in MPA network design, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107, 18,294-18,299. [pdf]  [supplemental info]

Kostadinov, T. S., D. A. Siegel, and S. Maritorena, 2010: Global variability of phytoplankton functional types from space: Assessment via the particle size distribution. Biogeosciences, 7, 3239-3257. [pdf]

Selkoe, K.A., J.R. Watson, C. White, T. Ben Horin, M. Iacchei, S. Mitarai, D.A. Siegel, S.D. Gaines, R.J. Toonen, 2010: Taking the chaos out of genetic patchiness: seascape genetics reveals ecological and oceanographic drivers of genetic patterns in three temperate reef species. Molecular Ecology, 19, 3708-3723. [pdf]

Yoder, J.A., S.C. Doney, D.A. Siegel and C. Wilson, 2010: The study of marine ecosystems and biogeochemistry now and in the future: the unique perspective from space. Oceanography, 23, 104-117. [pdf]

Ortega-Retuerta, E. D.A. Siegel, N.B. Nelson, C.M. Duarte and I. Reche, 2010: Observations of chromophoric dissolved and detrital organic matter distribution using remote sensing in the Southern Ocean: Validation, dynamics and regulation, Journal of Marine Systems, 82, 295-303. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., and B.A. Franz, 2010: Oceanography: A century of phytoplankton change.  Nature, 466, 569-570. [pdf]

Carlson, C.A., D.A. Hansell, N.B. Nelson, D.A. Siegel, W.M. Smethie Jr., S. Khatiwala, M.M. Meyers and E. Wallner, 2010: Dissolved organic carbon export and subsequent remineralization in the mesopelagic and bathypelagic realms of the North Atlantic basin, Deep-Sea Research, Part II, 57, 1433-1445. [pdf]

Nelson, N.B., D.A. Siegel, C.A. Carlson and C.M. Swan, 2010: Tracing global biogeochemical cycles and meridional overturning circulation using chromophoric dissolved organic matter, Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L03610, doi:10.1029/2009GL042325. [pdf]

Watson, J.R., S. Mitarai, D. A. Siegel, J. E. Caselle, C. Dong, and J.C. McWilliams, 2010: Realized and potential larval connectivity in the Southern California Bight.  Marine Ecology Progress Series, 401, 31-48. [pdf]

Berkley, H.A., B.E. Kendall, S. Mitarai and D.A. Siegel, 2010: Turbulent dispersal promotes species coexistence, Ecology Letters, 13, 360-371. [pdf]

Millet, D.B., A. Guenther, D.A. Siegel, N.B. Nelson, H.B. Singh, J.A. de Gouw, C. Warneke, J. Williams, G. Eerdekens, V. Sinha, T. Karl, F. Flocke, E. Apel, D. D. Riemer, P.I. Palmer, and M. Barkley, 2010: Global atmospheric budget of acetaldehyde: 3D model analysis and constraints from in-situ and satellite observations. Atmospheric Chemistry and Physics, 10, 3405-3425. [pdf]

Cavanaugh K.C., D.A. Siegel, B.P. Kinlan and D.C. Reed, 2010: Scaling giant kelp field measurements to regional scales using satellite observations,  Marine Ecology Progress Series, 403, 13-27. [pdf]

Goldberg, S.J., C.A. Carlson, B. Bock, N.B. Nelson and D.A. Siegel, 2010: Meridional variability in dissolved organic matter stocks and diagenetic state within the euphotic and mesopelagic zone of the North Atlantic Subtropical Gyre. Marine Chemistry, 119, 9-21. [pdf]

White, C. K.A. Selkoe, J. Watson, D.A. Siegel, D.C. Zacherl, and R.J.Toonen, 2010: Ocean currents help explain population genetic structure. Proceedings of the Royal Society, B: Biological Sciences, 277,1685-1694. [pdf]

Maritorena, S., O. H. Fanton d'Andon, A. Mangin and D.A. Siegel, 2010: Merged satellite ocean color data products using a bio-optical model: characteristics, benefits and issues. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 114, 1791-1804. [pdf]

 

2009:

Swan, C.M., D.A. Siegel, N.B. Nelson, C.A. Carlson and E. Nasir, 2009: Biogeochemical and hydrographic controls on chromophoric dissolved organic matter distribution in the Pacific Ocean.  Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 56, 2172-2192 [pdf].

Mitarai, S., D.A. Siegel, J.R. Watson C. Dong, and J.C. McWilliams, 2009: Quantifying connectivity in the coastal ocean with application to the Southern California Bight.      Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 114, C10026, doi:10.1029/2008JC005166 [pdf].

Kostadinov, T.S., D.A. Siegel, and S. Maritorena. 2009: Retrieval of the particle size distribution from satellite ocean color observations. Journal of Geophysical Research – Oceans, 114, C09015, doi:10.1029/2009JC005303 [pdf]

Behrenfeld, M.J., T. K. Westberry, E. S. Boss, R. T. O’Malley, D. A. Siegel, J. D. Wiggert, B. A. Franz, C. R. McClain, G. C. Feldman, S. C. Doney, J. K. Moore, G. Dall’Olmo, A. J. Milligan, I. Lima and N. Mahowald, 2009: Satellite-detected Ŗuorescence reveals global physiology of ocean phytoplankton. Biogeosciences, 6, 779-794 [pdf].

Sekula-Wood, E., A. Schnetzer, C. R. Benitez-Nelson, C. Anderson, W. M. Berelson, M. A. Brzezinski, J. M. Burns, D. A. Caron, I. Cetinic, J. L. Ferry, E. Fitzpatrick, B. H. Jones, P. E. Miller, S. L. Morton, R. A. Schaffner, D. A. Siegel & R. Thunell, 2009: Rapid downward transport of the neurotoxin domoic acid in coastal waters. Nature Geoscience, 2, 272 - 275 [pdf]

Anderson, C.R., D. A. Siegel, R. M. Kudela, M. A. Brzezinski, 2009: Empirical models of toxigenic Pseudo-nitzschia blooms: Potential use as a remote detection tool in the Santa Barbara Channel. Harmful Algae, 8, 478-492 [pdf]

Goldberg, S.J., C.A. Carlson, D.A. Hansell, N.B. Nelson, D.A. Siegel, 2009: Temporal dynamics of dissolved combined neutral sugars and the quality of dissolved organic matter in the Northwestern Sargasso Sea. Deep-Sea Research I 56 (2009) 672–685 [pdf].

Buesseler, K.O., S. Pike, K. Maiti, C.H. Lamborg, D.A. Siegel, T.W. Trull, 2009: Thorium-234 as a tracer of spatial, temporal and vertical variability in particle flux in the North Pacific. Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 56, 1143—1167. [pdf]

 

2008:

Buesseler, K.O., T.W. Trull, D.K. Steinberg, M.W. Silver, D.A. Siegel, S.-I. Saitoh, C.H. Lamborg, P.J. Lam, D.M. Karl, N.Z. Jiao, M.C. Honda, M. Elskens, F. Dehairs, S.L. Brown, P.W. Boyd, J.K.B. Bishop, R.R. Bidigare, 2008: VERTIGO (VERtical Transport In The Global Ocean): A study of particle sources and flux attenuation in the North Pacific. Deep-Sea Research Part II, 55, 1522-1539 [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., S. Mitarai, C.J. Costello, S.D. Gaines, B.E. Kendall, R.R. Warner and K.B. Winters, 2008: The stochastic nature of larval connectivity among nearshore marine populations. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, 105, 8974-8979 [pdf] [suppl. movie]

Siegel, D.A., E. Fields, and K.O. Buesseler, 2008: A bottom-up view of the biological pump: Modeling source funnels above ocean sediment traps.  Deep-Sea Research Part I, 55, 108-127 [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., D.B. Court, D.W. Menzies, P. Peterson, S. Maritorena and N.B. Nelson, 2008: Satellite and in situ observations of the bio-optical signatures of two mesoscale eddies in the Sargasso Sea.  Deep-Sea Research Part II, 55, 1218-1230 [pdf]

Westberry, T.K., M.J. Behrenfeld, D.A. Siegel and E. Boss, 2008: Carbon-based primary productivity modeling with vertically resolved photoacclimation. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 22, GB2024, doi:10.1029/2007GB003078 [pdf]

Toole, D.A., D.A. Siegel and S.C. Doney, 2008: A light-driven, one-dimensional dimethylsulfide biogeochemical cycling model for the Sargasso Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research, Biogeosciences, 113, G02009, doi:10.1029/2007JG000426 [pdf]

Anderson, C.A., D.A. Siegel, M.A. Brzezinski, N. Guillocheau, 2008: Controls on Temporal Patterns in Phytoplankton Community Structure in the Santa Barbara Channel, California.  Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans, 113, C04038, doi:10.1029/2007JC004321 [pdf]

White, C. B.E. Kendall, S.D. Gaines, D.A. Siegel and C.J. Costello, 2008: Marine reserve effects on fishery profit. Ecology Letters, 11, 370–379 doi: 10.1111/j.1461-0248.2007.01151.x [pdf]

Mitarai, S., D.A. Siegel and K.B. Winters, 2008: A numerical study of stochastic larval settlement in the California Current System. Journal of Marine Systems, 69, 295-309. [pdf]

 

2007:

Kostadinov, T.S., D.A. Siegel, S. Maritorena, N. Guillocheau, 2007: Ocean color observations and modeling for an optically complex site: Santa Barbara Channel, California, USA.  Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceans, 112, C07011, 10.1029/2006JC003526 [pdf]

McPhee-Shaw, E.E., D.A. Siegel, L. Washburn , M.A. Brzezinski, J.L. Jones, A. Leydecker and J.M. Melack, 2007: Mechanisms for nutrient delivery to the inner shelf: Observations from the Santa Barbara Channel. Limnology and Oceanography, 52, 1748_1766. [pdf]

Nelson, N.B., D.A. Siegel, C.A. Carlson, C. Swan, W.M. Smethie, Jr., and S. Khatiwala, 2007: Hydrography of chromophoric dissolved organic matter in the North Atlantic.  Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 54, 710-731. [pdf]

McGillicuddy Jr., D.J. L.A. Anderson, N.R. Bates, T. Bibby, K.O. Buesseler, C.A. Carlson, C.S. Davis, C. Ewart, P.G. Falkowski, S.A. Goldthwait, D.A. Hansell, W.J. Jenkins, R. Johnson, V.K. Kosnyrev, J.R. Ledwell, Q.P. Li, D.A. Siegel, D.K. Steinberg, 2007: Eddy/wind interactions stimulate extraordinary mid-ocean plankton blooms. Science, 316, 1021-1026. [pdf] [supplementary info]

Buesseler, K.O., C.H. Lamborg, P.W. Boyd, P.J. Lam, T.W. Trull, R.R. Bidigare, J.K.B. Bishop, K.L. Casciotti, F. Dehairs, M. Elskens, M. Honda, D.M. Karl, D.A. Siegel, M.W. Silver, D.K. Steinberg, J. Valdes, B. Van Mooy and S. Wilson, 2007: Revisiting Carbon Flux through the Ocean’s Twilight Zone. Science, 316, 567-570. [pdf] [supplementary info]

Behrenfeld, M.J., and D.A. Siegel, 2007: Ocean productivity - Climate linkages imprinted in satellite observations. Global Change Newsletter, 68, Feb. 2007. [pdf]

Hood, R.R., E.A. Laws, M.J. Follows and D.A. Siegel, 2007: Modeling and prediction of marine microbial populations in the genomic era. Oceanography, 20, 155-165. [pdf]

 

2006:

Westberry, T.K. and D.A. Siegel, 2006: Spatial and temporal distribution of Trichodesmium blooms in the world's oceans. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 20, GB4016, doi:10.1029/2005GB002673 [pdf]

Behrenfeld, M.J., R.T. O_Malley, D.A. Siegel, C.R. McClain, J.L. Sarmiento, G.C. Feldman, A.J. Milligan, P.G. Falkowski, R.M. Letelier & E. S. Boss, 2006: Climate-driven trends in contemporary ocean productivity. Nature, 444, 752-755.  [pdf] [supplementary info]

Toole, D.A., D. Slezak, R.P. Kiene, D.J. Kieber, and D.A. Siegel, 2006: Effects of solar radiation on dimethylsulfide cycling processes in the western Atlantic Ocean. Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 53, 136_153 [pdf]

 

2005:

Siegel, D.A., S. Maritorena, N.B. Nelson and M.J. Behrenfeld, 2005: Independence and interdependencies of global ocean color properties; Reassessing the bio-optical assumption. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, C07011, doi:10.1029/2004JC002527. [pdf]

Behrenfeld, M.J., E. Boss, D.A. Siegel and D.M. Shea, 2005, Carbon-based ocean productivity and phytoplankton physiology from space. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 19, DOI:10.1029/2004GB002299.[pdf]

Siegel, D.A., S. Maritorena, N.B. Nelson, M.J. Behrenfeld and C.R. McClain, 2005: Colored dissolved organic matter and its influence on the satellite-based characterization of the ocean biosphere. Geophysical Research Letters, 32, L20605, doi:10.1029/2005GL024310 [pdf]

Gaylord, B., S.D. Gaines, D.A. Siegel and M. Carr, 2005: Marine reserves can exploit life history and population structure to enable higher fisheries yields. Ecological Applications, 15, 2180_2191. [pdf]

Maritorena, S., and D.A. Siegel, 2005: Consistent merging of satellite ocean color data using a semi-analytical model, Remote Sensing of the Environment, 94, 429-440.[pdf]

Westberry T.K., D.A. Siegel and A. Submaranium, 2005: An improved bio-optical model for the remote sensing of Trichodesmium spp. blooms. Journal of Geophysical Research, 110, C06012, doi:10.1029/2004JC002517. [pdf]

Warrick J.A., L. Washburn, M.A. Brzezinski, and D.A. Siegel, 2005: Nutrient contributions to the Santa Barbara Channel, California, from the ephemeral Santa Clara River. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Research, 62, 559-574.

 

2004:

Toole, D.A., and D.A. Siegel, 2004: Light-driven cycling of dimethylsulfide (DMS) in the Sargasso Sea: closing the loop.  Geophysical Research Letters, 31, L09308, DOI: 10.1029/2004GL019581.[pdf]

Otero, M.P., and D.A. Siegel, 2004: Spatial and temporal characteristics of sediment plumes and phytoplankton blooms in the Santa Barbara Channel. Deep-Sea Research, II, 51, 1129-1149. [pdf]

Warrick J.A., L.A.K. Mertes, L. Washburn, and D.A. Siegel, 2004: Dispersal forcing of southern California river plumes, based on field and remote sensing observations. Geo-Marine Letters, 24, 46_52.[pdf]

Warrick, J.A., L.A.K. Mertes, D.A. Siegel and C. MacKenzie, 2004: Estimating suspended sediment concentrations in turbid coastal waters with SeaWiFS.  International Journal of Remote Sensing, 25, 1995-2002.[pdf]

Nelson, N.B., D.A. Siegel, and J.A. Yoder, 2004: The spring bloom in the northwestern Sargasso Sea: Spatial extent and relationship with winter mixing. Deep-Sea Research, Part II. [pdf]

Guichard, F., S. Levin, A. Hastings and D. Siegel, 2004: Toward a dynamic metacommunity approach to marine reserve theory.  BioScience, 54, 1003-1011 [pdf]

 

2003:

Siegel, D.A., B.P. Kinlan, B. Gaylord and S.D. Gaines, 2003:  Lagrangian descriptions of marine larval dispersion.  Marine Ecology Progress Series, 260, 83-96. [pdf] [supplemental info]

Chomko, R.M., H.R. Gordon, S. Maritorena and D.A. Siegel, 2003: Simultaneous determination of oceanic and atmospheric parameters for ocean color imagery by spectral optimization: a validation. Remote Sensing of the Environment, 84, 208-220.[pdf]

Westberry T.K., and D.A. Siegel, 2003: Phytoplankton natural fluorescence in the Sargasso Sea: Prediction of primary production and eddy induced nutrient fluxes. Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 50, 417-434. [pdf]

Toole, D.A., D.J. Kieber, R.P. Kiene, D.A. Siegel and N.B. Nelson, 2003: Photolysis and the dimethylsulfide (DMS) summer paradox in the Sargasso Sea. Limnology and Oceanography, 48, 1088-1100. [pdf]

 

2002:

Siegel, D.A., Maritorena, S., Nelson, N.B., Hansell, D.A., Lorenzi-Kayser, M., 2002. Global distribution and dynamics of colored dissolved and detrital organic materials. Journal of Geophysical Research, 107, 3228, doi:10.1029/2001JC000965. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., S.C. Doney and J.A. Yoder, 2002: The spring bloom of phytoplankton in the North Atlantic Ocean and Sverdrup's critical depth hypothesis. Science, 296, 730-733. [pdf

Maritorena, S., D.A. Siegel and A.R. Peterson, 2002: Optimization of a semianalytical ocean color model for global-scale applications. Applied Optics-LP, 41, 2705-2714. [pdf]

Behrenfeld, M.J., E. Mara_on, D.A. Siegel and S.B. Hooker, 2002: Photoacclimation and nutrient-based model of light-saturated photosynthesis for quantifying oceanic primary production. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 228, 103-117. [pdf]

Nelson, N.B., and D.A. Siegel, 2002: Chromophoric DOM in the Open Ocean. In: Biogeochemistry of Marine Dissolved Organic Matter, D.A. Hansell and C.A. Carlson, eds. p. 547-578, Academic Press, San Diego, CA [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., and R.A. Armstrong, 2002: Corrigendum to "Siegel, D.A, and W.G. Deuser, 1997: Trajectories of sinking particles in the Sargasso Sea: Modeling of statistical funnels above deep-ocean sediment traps.  Deep-Sea Research, I , 44, 1,519-1,541", Deep-Sea Research, Part I, 49, 1115-1116.[pdf]

Shipe, R.F., U. Passow, M.A. Brzezinski, D.A. Siegel and A.L. Alldredge, 2002: Effects of the 1997-98 El Nino on seasonal variations in suspended and sinking particles in the Santa Barbara Basin. Progress in Oceanography, 54, 105-127.[pdf]

 

2001:

Siegel, DA. 2001: Oceanography - The Rossby rototiller. Nature, 409, 576-577. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., N.B. Nelson, M.C. O'Brien, T.K. Westberry and others, 2001: The Bermuda BioOptics Project: Bio-optical modeling of primary production from space-sensible variables. Deep Sea Research, II, 48, 1865-1896. [pdf]

Toole, D.A., and D.A. Siegel, 2001: Modes and mechanisms of ocean color variability in the Santa Barbara Channel. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 26,985-27,000. [pdf]

Sorensen, J.C., and D.A. Siegel, 2001: Variability and models of the effective quantum yield of carbon assimilation in the Sargasso Sea, Deep Sea Research, II, 48, 2005-2035.  [pdf]

Nelson, N.B., N.R. Bates, D.A. Siegel and A.F. Michaels, 2001: Spatial variability of the CO2 sink in the Sargasso Sea. Deep Sea Research, II, 48, 1801-1821. [pdf]

Dickey, T., S. Zedler, D. Frye, H. Jannasch, D. Manov, D. Sigurdson, J. D. McNeil, L. Dobeck, X. Yu, T. Gilboy, C. Bravo, S. C. Doney, D.A. Siegel and N. Nelson, 2001: Physical and biogeochemical variability from hours to years at the Bermuda Testbed Mooring: June 1994 - March 1998. Deep Sea Research, II, 48, 2105-2140. [pdf]

 

2000:

Toole, D.A., D.A. Siegel, D.W. Menzies, M.J. Neumann and R.C. Smith, 2000: Remote sensing reflectance determinations in coastal environments: impact of instrumental characteristics and environmental variability. Applied Optics, 39, 456-469.[pdf]

Siegel, D.A., M. Wang, S.Maritorena and W. Robinson, 2000: Atmospheric correction of satellite ocean color imagery: The black pixel assumption. Applied Optics, 39, 3582-2591.[pdf]

Ohlmann, J.C., D.A. Siegel, and C. Mobley, 2000: Ocean radiant heating: I., Optical influences. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 30, 1833-1848.[pdf]

Ohlmann, J.C., and D.A. Siegel, 2000: Ocean radiant heating: II., Parameterization and influence on sea surface temperature prediction. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 30, 1849-1865.[pdf]

 

1999:

Siegel, D.A., E. Fields and D.J. McGillicuddy, Jr., 1999: Mesoscale motions, satellite altimetry and new production in the Sargasso Sea.  Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 13359-13379. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., T. Westberry, and J.C. Ohlmann, 1999: On cloud color and ocean radiant heating. Journal of Climate, 12, 1101-1116.[pdf]

McGillicuddy Jr., D.J., R.J. Johnson, D.A. Siegel, A.F. Michaels, N. Bates and A.H. Knap, 1999: Mesoscale variability of ocean biogeochemistry in the Sargasso Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research, 104, 13381-13394. [pdf]

 

1998:

Siegel, D.A., 1998: Resource competition in a discrete environment: Why are plankton distributions paradoxical? Limnology and Oceanography, 43, 1133-1146.[pdf]

McGillicuddy Jr., D.J., A.R. Robinson, D.A. Siegel, H.W. Jannasch, R. Johnson, T.D. Dickey, J. McNeil, A.F. Michaels and A.H. Knap, 1998: Influence of mesoscale eddies on new production in the Sargasso Sea. Nature, 394, 263-265. [pdf]

Ohlmann, J.C., D.A. Siegel, and L. Washburn, 1998, Radiant heating of the western equatorial Pacific during TOGA-COARE. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103, 5379-5395. [pdf]

Nelson, N.B., D.A. Siegel, and A.F. Michaels, 1998: Seasonal dynamics of colored dissolved material in the Sargasso Sea.  Deep Sea Research, I, 45, 931-957. [pdf]

O'Reilly, J., S. Maritorena, B.G. Mitchell, D.A. Siegel, K.L. Carder, M. Kahru, S.A. Garver, C.R. McClain, 1998: Ocean color algorithms for SeaWiFS. Journal of Geophysical Research, 103, 24,937-24,953.  [pdf]

 

1997:

Siegel, D.A, and W.G. Deuser, 1997: Trajectories of sinking particles in the Sargasso Sea: Modeling of statistical funnels above deep-ocean sediment traps.  Deep-Sea Research, I , 44, 1,519-1,541. [pdf]

Garver, S.A., and D.A. Siegel, 1997: Inherent optical property inversion of ocean color spectra and its biogeochemical interpretation: I. Time series from the Sargasso Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research., 102, 18,607-18,625. [pdf]

 

Yet Older:

Siegel, D.A., and A.F. Michaels, 1996: Quantification of non-algal light attenuation in the Sargasso Sea: Implications for biogeochemistry and remote sensing.  Deep-Sea Research II, 43, 321-345. [pdf]

Ohlmann, J.C., D. A. Siegel, and C. Gautier, 1996: Ocean mixed layer radiant heating and solar penetration: A global analysis. Journal of Climate, 9, 2265-2280. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., J.C. Ohlmann, L. Washburn, R.R. Bidigare, C. Nosse, E. Fields, and Y. Zhou, 1995: Solar radiation, phytoplankton pigments and the radiant heating of the Equatorial Pacific warm pool. Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 4885-4891.  [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., A.F. Michaels, J. Sorensen, M.C. O'Brien, and M.A. Hammer, 1995: Seasonal variability of light availability and its utilization in the Sargasso Sea. Journal of Geophysical Research100, 8695-8713. [pdf]

Garver, S., D.A. Siegel, and B.G. Mitchell, 1994: A statistical analysis of particulate absorption spectra: What can a satellite ocean color imager see? Limnology and Oceanography, 39, 1349-1367. [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., and J.A. Domaradzki, 1994: Large-eddy simulation of the decay of stably-stratified oceanic turbulence. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 24, 2353-2386. [pdf]

Buesseler, K. O., A. F. Michaels, D. A. Siegel, A. H. Knap (1994).  A Three Dimensional Time-Dependent Approach to Calibrating Sediment Trap Fluxes.  Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 8, 179-193. [pdf]

Michaels, A.F, D.A. Siegel, R. Johnson, A.H. Knap and J.N. Galloway, 1993: Episodic inputs of atmospheric nitrogen to the Sargasso Sea: Contributions to new production and phytoplankton blooms. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 7, 339-351 [pdf]

Dickey, T., J. Marra, T. Granata, C. Langdon, M. Hamilton, J. Wiggert, D. Siegel, and A. Bratkovich (1991), Concurrent High Resolution Bio-optical and Physical Time Series Observations in the Sargasso Sea During the Spring of 1987, Journal of Geophysical Research96, 8643-8663 [pdf]

Dickey, T.D., and D.A. Siegel, (eds.), 1993: Bio-optics in U.S. JGOFS.  Report of the Bio-Optics Workshop, U. S. GOFS Planning and Coordination Office, Woods Hole, MA, p 180.  

Siegel, D.A., T.C. Granata, A.F. Michaels and T.D. Dickey, 1990: Mesoscale eddy diffusion, particle sinking and the interpretation of sediment trap data. Journal of Geophysical Research, 95, 5305-5311 [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., R. Iturriaga, R.R. Bidigare, H. Pak, R.C. Smith, T.D. Dickey, J. Marra and K.S. Baker, 1990: Meridional variations of the springtime phytoplankton community in the Sargasso Sea. Journal of Marine Research, 48, 379-412.

Siegel, D.A., T.D. Dickey, L. Washburn, M.K. Hamilton and B.G. Mitchell, 1989: Optical determination of particulate abundance and production variations in the oligotrophic ocean. Deep-Sea Research, 36, 211-222 [pdf]

Iturriaga, R., and D.A. Siegel, 1989: Microphotometric characterization of phytoplankton and detrital absorption properties in the Sargasso Sea. Limnology and Oceanography, 34, 1706-1726 [pdf]

Washburn, L., D.A. Siegel, T.D. Dickey and M.K. Hamilton, 1989: Isopycnal mixing and the distribution of particles across the North Pacific Subtropical Front. Deep-Sea Research, 36, 1607-1620 [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., B.H. Jones, T.D. Dickey, I. Haydock and A. Bratkovich, 1988: Effects of nearshore upwelling on coliform dispersion near the Whites Point Outfall. Ocean Processes in Marine Pollution, 5, 43-48. 

Siegel, D.A., and T.D. Dickey, 1987: Observations of the vertical structure of the diffuse attenuation coefficient spectrum. Deep-Sea Research., 34, 547-563 [pdf]

Siegel, D.A., and T.D. Dickey, 1987: On the parameterization of irradiance for open ocean photoprocesses. Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 14,648-14,662 [pdf]

Siegel, D., and T. Dickey, 1986: Variability of Net Longwave Radiation Over the Eastern North Pacific Ocean, Journal of Geophysical Research, 91, 7657-7666 [pdf]

 


Date: September 28, 2011