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Behrenfeld et al. 2019

Behrenfeld, M.J., R.H. Moore, C.A. Hostetler, J.R. Graff, P. Gaube, L. Russell, G. Chen, S.C. Doney, S.J. Giovannoni, H. Liu, C.W. Proctor, L.M. Bolaños, N. Huynh, C.L. Davie-Martin, T. Westberry, T.S. Bates, T.G. Bell, K. Bidle, E. Boss, S.D. Brooks, B. Cairns, C. Carlson, K. Halsey, E. Harvey, C. Hu, L. Karp-Boss, M. Kleb, S. Menden-Deuer, F. Morison, P. Quinn, A.J. Scarino, B.E. Anderson, J. Chowdhary, E. Crosbie, R. Ferrare, J.W. Hair, Y. Hu, S. Janz, J. Redemann, E. Saltzman, M. Shook, D. Siegel, M. Yang Martin, and L. Ziemba, 2019: The North Atlantic Aerosol and Marine Ecosystem Study (NAAMES): Science motive and mission overview. Front. Mar. Sci., 6, 122, doi:10.3389/fmars.2019.00122.

The North Atlantic Aerosols and Marine Ecosystems Study (NAAMES) is an interdisciplinary investigation to improve understanding of Earth's ocean ecosystem-aerosol-cloud system. Specific overarching science objectives for NAAMES are to (1) characterize plankton ecosystem properties during primary phases of the annual cycle and their dependence on environmental forcings, (2) determine how these phases interact to recreate each year the conditions for an annual plankton bloom, and (3) resolve how remote marine aerosols and boundary layer clouds are influenced by plankton ecosystems. Four NAAMES field campaigns were conducted in the western subarctic Atlantic between November 2015 and April 2018, with each campaign targeting specific seasonal events in the annual plankton cycle. A broad diversity of measurements were collected during each campaign, including ship, aircraft, autonomous float and drifter, and satellite observations. Here, we present an overview of NAAMES science motives, experimental design, and measurements. We then briefly describe conditions and accomplishments during each of the four field campaigns and provide information on how to access NAAMES data. The intent of this manuscript is to familiarize the broad scientific community with NAAMES and to provide a common reference overview of the project for upcoming publications. %DO 10.3389/fmars.2019.00122

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  author={Behrenfeld, M. J. and Moore, R. H. and Hostetler, C. A. and Graff, J. R. and Gaube, P. and Russell, L. and Chen, G. and Doney, S. C. and Giovannoni, S. J. and Liu, H. and Proctor, C. W. and Bolaños, L. M. and Huynh, N. and Davie-Martin, C. L. and Westberry, T. and Bates, T. S. and Bell, T. G. and Bidle, K. and Boss, E. and Brooks, S. D. and Cairns, B. and Carlson, C. and Halsey, K. and Harvey, E. and Hu, C. and Karp-Boss, L. and Kleb, M. and Menden-Deuer, S. and Morison, F. and Quinn, P. and Scarino, A. J. and Anderson, B. E. and Chowdhary, J. and Crosbie, E. and Ferrare, R. and Hair, J. W. and Hu, Y. and Janz, S. and Redemann, J. and Saltzman, E. and Shook, M. and Siegel, D. and Yang Martin, M. and Ziemba, L.},
  title={The North Atlantic Aerosol and Marine Ecosystem Study (NAAMES): Science motive and mission overview},
  journal={Front. Mar. Sci.},

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ID  - be06200a
AU  - Behrenfeld, M. J.
AU  - Moore, R. H.
AU  - Hostetler, C. A.
AU  - Graff, J. R.
AU  - Gaube, P.
AU  - Russell, L.
AU  - Chen, G.
AU  - Doney, S. C.
AU  - Giovannoni, S. J.
AU  - Liu, H.
AU  - Proctor, C. W.
AU  - Bolaños, L. M.
AU  - Huynh, N.
AU  - Davie-Martin, C. L.
AU  - Westberry, T.
AU  - Bates, T. S.
AU  - Bell, T. G.
AU  - Bidle, K.
AU  - Boss, E.
AU  - Brooks, S. D.
AU  - Cairns, B.
AU  - Carlson, C.
AU  - Halsey, K.
AU  - Harvey, E.
AU  - Hu, C.
AU  - Karp-Boss, L.
AU  - Kleb, M.
AU  - Menden-Deuer, S.
AU  - Morison, F.
AU  - Quinn, P.
AU  - Scarino, A. J.
AU  - Anderson, B. E.
AU  - Chowdhary, J.
AU  - Crosbie, E.
AU  - Ferrare, R.
AU  - Hair, J. W.
AU  - Hu, Y.
AU  - Janz, S.
AU  - Redemann, J.
AU  - Saltzman, E.
AU  - Shook, M.
AU  - Siegel, D.
AU  - Yang Martin, M.
AU  - Ziemba, L.
PY  - 2019
TI  - The North Atlantic Aerosol and Marine Ecosystem Study (NAAMES): Science motive and mission overview
JA  - Front. Mar. Sci.
VL  - 6
SP  - 122
DO  - 10.3389/fmars.2019.00122
ER  -

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