The July-August 2014 issue of The Giovanni News, which highlights the seven “most interesting” papers that appeared in the first six months of 2014, is now online. This issue of the newsletter shows the diversity of research subjects to which Giovanni has contributed.
At the end of the newsletter is the Call for Presentations for the 2nd Gregory G. Leptoukh Online Giovanni Workshop. Some of you have already responded to this Call, but we invite more to do so. Registration insures that you will have an online “seat” for the oral presentations and receive workshop updates by email.
We hope you will enjoy this end-of-summer issue!
The seven "most interesting" papers from the first half of 2014:
- Personal UV exposure for different outdoor sports
- Coping with variable and oligotrophic tropical waters: foraging behavior and flexibility of the Abbott’s booby Papasula abbotti
- Mesoscale and nutrient conditions associated with the massive 2008 Cochlodinium polykrikoides bloom in the Sea of Oman/Arabian Gulf
- Extremely high aerosol loading over Arabian Sea during June 2008: The specific role of the atmospheric dynamics and Sistan dust storms
- Is there an abnormal enhancement of atmospheric aerosol before the 2008 Wenchuan earthquake?
- A 2 year record of atmospheric mercury species at a background Southern Hemisphere station on Amsterdam Island
- Paleoindian pinniped exploitation in South America was driven by oceanic productivity
Read the July-August 2014 issue of The Giovanni News (PDF).