Further Reading

Baretta JW, Ebenhoh W, and Ruardij P (1995) The European regional seas ecosystem model, a complex marine ecosystem model. Netherland Journal of Sea Research 33: 233-246. Ducklow H (1994) Modeling the microbial food-web. Marine Ecology 28: 303-319.

Fennel K, Wilkin J, Levin J, et al. (2006) Nitrogen cycling in the Middle Atlantic Bight: Results from a three-dimensional model and implications for the North Atlantic nitrogen budget. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20(3): Art. No. GB3007.

Friedrichs MAM, Dusenberry J, Anderson L, et al. (2006) Assessment of skill and portability in regional marine biogeochemical models: The role of multiple planktonic groups. Journal of Geophysical Research in press.

Geider RJ, McIntyre HL, and Kana TM (1996) A dynamic model of photoadaptation in phytoplankton. Limnology and Oceanography 41: 1-15.

Gregg WW, Ginoux P, Schopf PS, and Casey NW (2003)

Phytoplankton and iron: Validation of a global three-dimensional ocean biogeochemical model. Deep-Sea Research Part II 50: 3143-3169.

Hood RR and Laws EA (2006) Pelagic functional group modeling: Progress, challenges and prospects. Deep-Sea Research Part II 53: 459-512.

Hood RR, Zhang X, Glibert PM, Roman MR, and Stoecker DK (2006b) Modeling the influence of nutrients, turbulence and grazing on Pfiesteria population dynamics. Harmful Algae 5: 459-479.

Le Quere C (2005) Ecosystem dynamics based on plankton functional types for global ocean biogeochemistry models. Global Change Biology 11: 2016-2040.

McGillicuddy DJ, Anderson LA, Doney SC, and Maltrud ME (2003) Eddy-driven sources and sinks of nutrients in the upper ocean: Results from a 0.1 degree resolution model of the North Atlantic. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 17: Art. No. 1035.

Oschlies A and Garcon V (1998) Eddy-induced enhancement of primary production in a model of the North Atlantic Ocean. Nature 394: 266-269.

Powell TM, Lewis CVW, Curchitser EN, etal. (2006) Results from a three-dimensional, nested biological-physical model of the Californian current system and comparisons with statistics from satellite imagery. Journal of Geophysical Research 111(C7): Art. No. C07018.

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