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Buck KN, Sedwick PN, Sohst B, Carlson CA.  2018.  Organic complexation of iron in the eastern tropical South Pacific: results from US GEOTRACES Eastern Pacific Zonal Transect (GEOTRACES cruise GP16). Marine Chemistry. 201:229–241.
Bronk DA, Carlson C.  2003.  Carlson receives Ocean Sciences Early Career Award. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union. 84:101–101.
Bisson KM, Baetge N, Kramer SJ, Catlett D, Girling G, McNair H, Arrington E, Hayes D, Jacobs C, James A et al..  2020.  California Wildfire Burns Boundaries Between Science and Art. Oceanography. 33:16–19.
Benitez-Nelson CR, Bidigare RR, Dickey TD, Landry MR, Leonard CL, Brown SL, Nencioli F, Rii YM, Maiti K, Becker JW et al..  2007.  Mesoscale eddies drive increased silica export in the subtropical Pacific Ocean. Science. 316:1017–1021.
Behrenfeld MJ, Moore RH, Hostetler CA, Graff J, Gaube P, Russell LM, Chen G, Doney SC, Giovannoni S, Liu H et al..  2019.  The North Atlantic aerosol and marine ecosystem study (NAAMES): science motive and mission overview. Frontiers in Marine Science. 6
Bates NR, Hansell DA, Carlson CA, Gordon LI.  1998.  Distribution of CO 2 species, estimates of net community production, and air-sea CO 2 exchange in the Ross Sea polynya. Journal of Geophysical Research. 103
Bates NR, Carlson CA.  2000.  Linkages between ocean biogeochemistry at BATS and modes of climate variability (ie, NAO, ENSO). US JGOFS Newsletter. 10:5–6.
Baetge N, Graff JR, Behrenfeld MJ, Carlson CA.  2020.  Net Community Production, Dissolved Organic Carbon Accumulation, and Vertical Export in the Western North Atlantic. Frontiers in Marine Science. 7:227.