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Howard Freeland

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Email: Howard.Freeland@dfo-mpo.gc.ca
Phone: (250) 363-6590
Fax: (250) 363-6746
Region: Pacific
Office: Institute of Ocean Sciences

Field(s) of Research:
  • Physical Oceanography

Research Description:
My field of research is physical oceanography.

Publications:
  1. Anticyclonic eddies in the Alaskan Stream
  2. Argo - the challenge of continuing 10 years of progress
  3. Estimate of the steric contribution to global sea-level rise from a comparison of the WOCE one-time survey with the 2006-2008 Argo observations
  4. A short history of Ocean Station Papa and Line-P
  5. Decreasing oxygen levels in the interior waters of the subarctic Pacific
  6. Plankton populations at the bifurcation of the North Pacific Current
  7. Variability of the N. Pacific Current and its bifurcation
  8. Forcing mechanisms controlling surface and subsurface temperature anomalies along Line-P, Northeast Pacific Ocean
  9. What Proportion of the North Pacific Current finds its way into the Gulf of Alaska?
  10. An examination of historical mixed layer depths along Line-P in the Gulf of Alaska
  11. Argo: a new tool for environmental assessment and monitoring of the world's oceans
  12. Salinity variability in the Arabian Sea
  13. Argo Profiling Floats Bring New Era of In Situ Ocean Observations
  14. Bottom Water Warming in the North Pacific Ocean
  15. A DFO Antarctic Research Program?
  16. A cold halocline in the northern California Current: an invasion of subarctic water
  17. Evidence of change in the Sea of Okhotsk: Implications for the North Pacific
  18. Topographic steering of a mid-depth drifter in an eddy-like circulation region south and east of the Hawaiian Ridge
  19. The Argo Armada
  20. The Argo Armada - how far has it come
  21. The heat flux across Line-P: 1996-1999
  22. Argo: the global array of profiling floats
  23. Hydrographic Observations
  24. Observations of the flow of abyssal water through the Samoa Passage
  25. Climatic Changes: Gulf of Alaska
  26. Spring phenology trends in Alberta, Canada: Links to Ocean Temperature
  27. The 1997/98 El Niño, the View From Line-P
  28. Assessing the northern diversion of sockeye salmon returning to the Fraser River, BC
  29. Lagrangian Measurement of Mid-depth Currents in the Eastern Tropical Pacific.
  30. The El Niño signal along the west coast of Canada - Temperature, salinity and velocity
  31. Variability in upper ocean water properties in the NE Pacific Ocean
  32. The Changing Pacific
  33. WOCE survey line P1W in the Sea of Okhotsk. 1. Oceanographic data description.
  34. WOCE survey line P1W in the Sea of Okhotsk. 2. CFCs and the formation rate of intermediate water
  35. Evidence of change in the N.E. Pacific Ocean
  36. Hydrochemistry of the Sea of Okhotsk: Reflections of mesoscale physical processes
  37. Ocean circulation at and near Cobb Seamount
  38. Intense currents in the Deep North-East Pacific
  39. Observations and modelling of wind-driven currents in the Northeast Pacific
  40. A strong biological response to oceanic flow past Cobb Seamount
  41. Climate change in the subarctic Pacific Ocean, Part 1: Atmospheric and oceanic evidence
  42. Propagation of coastal trapped waves under an ice cover in Hudson Bay
  43. A comparison of techniques for tide removal from ship-mounted acoustic Doppler measurements along the southwest coast of Vancouver Island
  44. Energy conservation in the Australian Coastal Experiment coastal trapped wave calculations
  45. Sea-surface temperatures along the coast of British Columbia: Regional evidence for a warming trend
  46. The flow of a coastal current past a blunt headland
  47. Comparison of time scales for biomass transfer up the marine food web and coastal transport processes
  48. Observations of the low-frequency circulation off the west coast of British Columbia, Canada
  49. The vorticity balance on the southern British Columbia continental shelf
  50. Derived Lagrangian statistics on the Vancouver Island continental shelf and implications for salmon migration
  51. Diurnal coastal trapped waves on the east Australian continental shelf
  52. An analysis of the low-frequency current fluctuations in the Strait of Georgia, from June 1984 to January 1985
  53. Oceanic eddy transports and satellite altimetry
  54. The Energy Source for the Coastal-Trapped Waves in the Australian Coastal Experiment Region
  55. Coastal Trapped Waves on the Australian Continental Shelf. Part I: Propagation of Modes
  56. Coastal Trapped Waves on the Australian Continental Shelf. Part II: Model Verification
  57. The Australian Coastal Experiment: A search for coastal trapped waves
  58. Correlation scales, objective mapping and a statistical test of geostrophy over the continental shelf
  59. A comparison of low frequency current observations off B.C. with coastal trapped wave theory
  60. Currents along the Pacific coast of Canada
  61. Long term sea-surface temperature variations along the British Columbia Coast.
  62. The 1982-83 Pacific warm event off British Columbia
  63. The partition of internal tidal motions in Knight Inlet, British Columbia
  64. A seasonal upwelling event observed off the west coast of B.C., Canada
  65. The physical oceanography of fjords
  66. A topographically controlled upwelling centre off southern Vancouver Island
  67. An upwelling gyre off the west coast of Vancouver Island
  68. Unusual sea surface temperatures off the Pacific N.W. in 1981
  69. Persistent upwelling and meso-scale zones of high productivity off the west coast of Vancouver Island, Canada
  70. Circulation and energetics of a deep strongly-stratified inlet
  71. The hydrography of Knight Inlet in the light of Long's model of fjord circulation
  72. Meso-scale motions near the deep western boundary of the N. Atlantic
  73. Variations in the Earth's Orbit: Pacemaker of the Ice Ages?
  74. Objective analysis of meso- scale ocean circulation features
  75. Statistical observations of the trajectories of neutrally buoyant floats in the N. Atlantic
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