George Jackson


Marine Particles






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Clark, M. E., G. A. Jackson , and W. J. North. Dissolved free amino acids in southern California coastal waters. Limnol. Oceanogr. 17 : 749-758.

Jackson, G. A ., and W. J. North. Concerning the selection of seaweeds suitable for mass cultivation in a number of large, open-ocean, solar energy facilities ("marine farms") in order to provide a source of organic matter for conversion to food, synthetic fuels and electrical energy. Final Report under Contract #N60530-73-MV176, 135 pp. Issued by the U.S. Naval Weapons Center, China Lake, Calif.

Jackson, G. A . Biological constraints on seaweed culture. In: A. Mitsui, S. Miyachi, A. San Pietro, and S. Tamura [Eds.], Biological Solar Energy Conversion, 437-448. Academic Press, New York.

Jackson, G. A . Nutrients and production of giant kelp, Macrocystis pyrifera , off Southern California. Limnol. Oceanogr. 22 : 979-995 PDF.

Jackson, G. A ., and J. J. Morgan. Trace metal-chelator interactions and phytoplankton growth in seawater media: Theoretical analysis and comparison with reported observations. Limnol. Oceanogr. 23 : 268-282 PDF.

Jackson, G. A ., R. C. Y. Koh, N. H. Brooks, and J. J. Morgan. Assessment of alternative strategies for sludge disposal into deep ocean basins off southern California. EQL Rept. 14 , Environmental Quality Laboratory, Calif. Inst. Tech., Pasadena, Calif.

Jackson, G. A . Marine biomass production through seaweed aquaculture. In: A. San Pietro [Ed.], Biochemical and photosynthetic aspects of energy production, p. 31-58. Academic Press, New York.

Jackson, G. A . Phytoplankton growth and zooplankton grazing in oligotrophic oceans. Nature 284: 439-441 PDF.

Jackson, G. A ., and R. R. Strathmann. Larval mortality from offshore mixing as a link between precompetent and competent periods of development. Amer. Nat. 118 : 16-26 PDF.

Jackson, G. A. Sludge disposal in Southern California basins. Environ. Sci. Technol. 16 : 746-757.

Brooks, N. H., R. G. Arnold, R. C. Y. Koh, G. A. Jackson , and W. K. Faisst. Deep Ocean disposal off Orange County, California: A research plan. EQL Rept. 21 , Environmental Quality Laboratory, Calif. Inst. Tech., Pasadena, Calif.

Jackson, G. A. Zooplankton grazing effects on 14C-based phytoplankton production measurements: a theoretical study. J. Plank. Res. 4 : 83-94. PDF

Jackson, G. A ., and C. D. Winant. Effect of a kelp forest on coastal currents. Cont. Shelf Res. 2 : 75-80 PDF.

Jackson, G. A. . The physical and chemical environment of a kelp community. In : W. Bascom [Ed.], The Effects of Waste Disposal on Kelp Communities, pp. 11-37. Southern California Coastal Water Research Project, Long Beach, Calif.

Jackson, G. A. . Internal wave attenuation by coastal kelp stands. J. Phys. Oceanogr.
: 1300-1306 PDF.

Jackson, G. A. (panel chairman), K. K. Bertine, N. H. Brooks, J. D. Ditmars, S. J. Eisenreich, and C. R. O'Melia. Report of the panel on marine sciences. In: S. I. Auerbach and E.D. Goldberg [Co-chairmen and Eds.], Disposal of Industrial and Domestic Wastes: Land and Sea Alternatives, pp. 39-72. Report of the National Research Council's workshop on Land, Sea, and Air Options for the Disposal of Industrial and Domestic Wastes, held at Napa Valley, California, January 1983. National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

E. Corner, U. Brockmann, J. C. Goldman, G. A. Jackson , R. P. LeBorgne, M. Lewis, and A. Yayanos. Excretion and mineralization processes in the open sea. In : M. J. R. Fasham [Ed.], Flows of Energy and Materials in Marine Ecosystems: Theory and Practice, pp. 663-669. Plenum Press, New York.

Jackson, G. A. , and P. M. Williams. Importance of dissolved organic nitrogen and phosphorus to biological nutrient cycling. Deep-Sea Res. 32 : 223-235. PDF

Jackson, G. A. , D. E. James, and W. J. North. Morphological relationships among fronds of giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera off La Jolla, California. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 26 : 261-270. PDF

Jackson, G. A. . Physical oceanography of the Southern California Bight, pp. 13-52. In : R. W. Eppley [Ed.], Plankton Dynamics of the Southern California Bight, Chap. 2. Springer-Verlag, Berlin and New York.

Jackson, G. A. . Interaction of physical and biological processes in the settlement of planktonic larvae. Bull. Mar. Sci. 39 : 202-212. PDF

North, W. J., Jackson, G. A. , and S. L. Manley. Macrocystis and its environment, knowns and unknowns. Aquat. Bot. 26 : 9-26.

Jackson, G. A.. Physical and chemical properties of aquatic environments. In: Fletcher, M., T.R.G. Gray, and J.G. Jones [Eds.], Ecology of Microbial Communities, pp. 213-233. Cambridge Univ. Press. PDF

Nelson, J., J. R. Beers, R. W. Eppley, G. A. Jackson , J. J.~McCarthy, and A.~Soutar. 1987. A particle flux study in the Santa Monica-San Pedro Basin off Los Angeles: particle flux, primary production and transmissometer survey. Cont. Shelf Res. 8: 307-328.

Jackson, G. A.. Modelling the growth and harvest yield of the giant kelp, Macrocystis pyrifera. Mar. Biol. 95: 611-624. PDF

Jackson, G. A. . Simulating chemosensory responses of marine microorganisms. Limnol. Oceanogr. 32: 1253-1266 PDF

Jahnke, R. A., and G. A. Jackson. The role of seafloor organisms in oxygen consumption in the deep North Pacific Ocean. Nature 329 : 621-623.

Brooks, N. H., R. G. Arnold, R. C. Y. Koh, G. A. Jackson , and W. K. Faisst. Deep ocean disposal of sewage sludges off Orange Country, California: a research plan. In : T.P. O'Connor, W.V. Burt, and I.W. Duedall [Eds.], Physicochemical processes and wastes in the ocean, pp. 99-115. Krieger, Melbourne, FL. Sept. 1987.

Jackson, G. A.. Overview of marine pollution. Proceedings, Workshop on Ocean Disposal, National Taiwan University, Taipei, R.O.C, 22-24 June 1987, p385-408.

Jackson, G.A.. Marine pollution in Southern California. Proceedings, Workshop on Ocean Disposal, National Taiwan University, Taipei, R.O.C, 22-24 June 1987, p409-437.

Jackson, G. A. , and P.M. Williams. Measures of net oxidant concentration in seawater. Deep-Sea Res. 35 : 209-226 PDF

Jackson, G. A. . Kelvin wave propagation in a high drag coastal environment. J. Phys. Oceanogr. 18 : 1733-1743. PDF

Jackson, G. A. . Implications of high dissolved organic matter concentrations on oceanic properties and processes. Oceanography. 1 (2): 28-33.

Jackson, G. A., F. Azam, A. F. Carlucci, R. W. Eppley, B. Finney, D. S. Gorsline, B. Hickey, C.-A. Huh, R. A. Jahnke, I. R. Kaplan, M. R. Landry, L. F. Small, M. I. Venkatesan, P. M. Williams, and K. M. Wong. Elemental cycling off the coast of Southern California. EOS 70 : 146-155.

Jackson, G. A. . Simulation of bacterial attraction and adhesion to falling particles in an aquatic environment. Limnol. Oceanogr. 34 : 514-530 PDF.

Jackson, G. A. . A model of the formation of marine algal flocs by physical coagulation processes. Deep-Sea Res. 37 :1197-1211 PDF.

Eldridge, P. M., and G. A. Jackson. Benthic food web flows in the Santa Monica Basin estimated using inverse methodology. In: G. T. Rowe and V. Pariente [Eds.], Deep-sea food chains and the global carbon cycle, pp 255-276. Kluwer Academic.

Jahnke, R. A., and G. A. Jackson. The spatial distribution of sea floor oxygen consumption in the Atlantic and Pacific Oceans. In: G. T. Rowe and V. Pariente [Eds.], Deep-sea food chains and the global carbon cycle, 295-307. Kluwer Academic.

Jackson, G. A. , and S. E. Lochmann. Effect of coagulation on nutrient and light limitation of an algal bloom. Limnol. Oceanogr. 37: 77-89 PDF

Jackson, G. A. , and P. M. Eldridge. Food web analysis of a planktonic system off Southern California. Prog. Oceanogr. 30: 223-251 PDF.

Murray, A. G., and G. A. Jackson. Viral dynamics: a model of the effects of size, shape, motion and abundance of single-celled planktonic organisms and other particles. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 89: 103-116 PDF.

Jackson, G. A.. Flux feeding as a mechanism for zooplankton grazing and its implications for vertical particulate flux. Limnol. Oceanogr. 38: 1328-1331. PDF

Jackson, G. A. . The significance of the DOC pool for primary production estimates. ICES Mar. Sci. Symp. 197: 141-148 PDF.

Jackson, G. A., and S. E. Lochmann. Modeling coagulation in marine ecosystems. In: J. Buffle and H. P. van Leeuwen [Eds.], Environmental Particles, v. 2, p. 387-414, Lewis Publishers, Boca Raton, Florida. PDF

Eldridge, P. M., and G. A. Jackson. Benthic trophic dynamics in California coastal basin and continental slope communities inferred using inverse analysis. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 99: 115-135. PDF

Tett, P., G. Jackson, F. Joos, P. Nival, J. Rodriquez, and U. Wolf. Modelling particle fluxes. In: G. T. Evans and M. J. R. Fasham [Eds.], Towards a model of ocean biogeochemical processes, p. 227-236.

Murray, A. G., G. A. Jackson. Viral dynamics II: a model of the interaction of ultraviolet light and mixing processes on viral survival in seawater. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 102: 105-114. PDF

Jackson, G. A.. Particle trajectories in a rotating cylinder: implications for aggregation incubations. Deep-Sea Res. 41: 429-437 PDF.

Jackson, G. A. Coagulation of marine algae. In: Huang, C. P., C. R. O'Melia, and J. J. Morgan [Eds.] Aquatic chemistry: principles and application of interfacial and inter-species interactions in aquatic systems, p. 203-217. American Chemical Society, Washington. PDF

Jackson, G. A., B. E. Logan, A. L. Alldredge, and H. G. Dam. Combining particle size spectra from a mesocosm experiment measured using photographic and aperture impedance (Coulter and Elzone) techniques. Deep-Sea Res. II 42: 139-157. PDF

Jackson, G. A. Comparing observed changes in particle size spectra with those predicted using coagulation theory. Deep-Sea Res. II 42 : 159-184. PDF

Jackson, G. A. TEP and coagulation during a mesocosm experiment. Deep-Sea Res. II 42: 215-222. PDF

Alldredge, A. L., and G. A. Jackson. Aggregation in marine systems. Deep-Sea Res. II 42: 1-7 PDF.

Haney, J. D., and G. A. Jackson, Modeling phytoplankton growth rates. J. Plankt. Res. 18: 63-85. PDF

Kiørboe, T., J. L. S. Hansen, A. L. Alldredge, G. A. Jackson, U. Passow, H. G. Dam, D. T. Drapeau, A. Waite, and C. Garcia. Sedimentation of phytoplankton during a spring diatom bloom: rates and mechanisms. J. Mar. Res. 54 : 1123-1148 PDF.

Burd, A., and G. A. Jackson. The evolution of particle size spectra. I: pulsed input. J. Geophys. Res. 102: 10,545-10,561. PDF

Jackson, G. A., R. Maffione, D. K. Costello, A L. Alldredge, B. E. Logan, and H. G. Dam. Particle size spectra between 1 micron and 1 cm at Monterey Bay determined using multiple instruments. Deep-Sea Res. I  44 : 1739-1767. PDF

Jackson, G. A. Currents in the high drag environment of a coastal kelp stand off California. Cont. Shelf Res. 17: 1913-1938. PDF

Jackson, G. A. Using fractal scaling and two dimensional particle size spectra to calculate coagulation rates for heterogeneous systems. J. Colloid Interface Sci. 202: 20-29. PDF

Niquil, N, G. A. Jackson, L. Legendre, and B. Delesalle. Inverse model analysis of the planktonic foodweb of Takapoto Atoll (French Polynesia). Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 165: 17-29. PDF

Jackson, G. A. and A. B. Burd. Aggregation in the marine environment. Environ. Sci. Technol. 32: 2805-2814. PDF

Burd, A., S. B. Moran, and G. A. Jackson. A coupled adsorption-aggregation model of the POC/234Th ratio of marine particles. Deep-Sea Res. I 47: 103-120. PDF

Brown, C. A., G. A. Jackson, and D. A. Brooks. Particle transport through a narrow tidal inlet due to tidal forcing and implications for larval transport. J. Geophys. Res. 105: 24141-24156. PDF

Jackson, G. A. Effect of coagulation on a model planktonic food web. Deep-Sea Res. I 48: 95-123 PDF.

Kiørboe,  T., and G. A. Jackson. Marine snow, organic solute plumes, and optimal chemosensory behavior of bacteria. Limnol. Oceanogr. 46 : 1309-1318 PDF.

Jackson, G. A., and A. B. Burd. A model for the distribution of particle flux in the mid-water column controlled by subsurface biotic interactions. Deep-Sea Res. II 49: 193--217 PDF.

Burd, A. B., and G. A. Jackson. Modeling steady state particle size spectra. 
Environ. Sci. Technol.  36:  323-327 PDF.

Jackson, G. A. Collecting the garbage of the sea:  the role of aggregation in ocean carbon transport. US JGOFS Newsletter 11 (4): 1-3, 10 PDF.

Boyd, P. W., G. A. Jackson, and A. M. Waite. Are mesoscale perturbation experiments in polar waters prone to physical artefacts? Evidence from algal aggregation modelling studies. Geophys. Res. Lett. 29: 10.1029/2001GL014210 PDF

Burd, A. B., and  G. A. Jackson. An analysis of water column nutrient distributions in Florida Bay. Estuaries 25 (4A): 570--585 PDF

Richardson, T. L., G. A. Jackson, and A. B. Burd. Planktonic food web dynamics in two contrasting regions of Florida Bay, USA.  Bull. Mar. Sci.. 73: 569-591 PDF.

Jackson, G. A., and T. Kiørboe. Zooplankton use of chemodetection to find and eat particles. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 269: 153-162 PDF,

Brown, C. A., S. A. Holt,  G. A. Jackson, D. A. Brooks and G. J. Holt. Simulating larval supply to estuarine nursery areas: How much variation in larval supply to Aransas Pass inlet is explained by physical processes? Fish. Oceanogr. 13: 181--196 PDF

Stemmann, L.,  G. A. Jackson, and D. Ianson. A vertical model of particle size distributions and fluxes in the midwater column that includes biological and physical processes.   I. Model formulation. Deep-Sea Res. I  51:  865--884 PDF.

Stemmann, L., G. A. Jackson, and G. Gorsky. A vertical model of particle size distributions and fluxes in the midwater column that includes biological and physical processes.   II. Application to a three year survey in the NW Mediterranean Sea. Deep-Sea Res.  I  51: 885--908. PDF

Richardson, T. L., G. A. Jackson, H. W. Ducklow, and M. R. Roman.  Planktonic food webs of the equatorial Pacific at 0° N, 140°  W: a synthesis of EqPac times-series carbon flux data. Deep-Sea Res. I. 51: 1254-1274. PDF

Breed, G. A., G. A. Jackson, and T. L. Richardson. Sedimentation, carbon export, and food web structure in the Mississippi River plume described by inverse analysis. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 278: 35-51. PDF

Ianson, D.,   G. A. Jackson, R. Lampitt, M. Angel, and A. B. Burd. The effect of net avoidance on estimates of diel vertical migration. Limnol. Oceanogr. 49: 2297-2303. PDF

Visser, A. W., and  G. A. Jackson. Characteristics of the chemical plume behind a sinking particle in a turbulent water column. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser.  283: 55-71. PDF

Jackson, G. A.. Coagulation theory and models of oceanic plankton aggregation. In  Flocculation in Natural and Engineered Environmental Systems.  I. Droppo, G. Leppard, S. Liss, and T. Milligan, eds. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, p. 271-292. PDF

Brown, C.A.,  G. A. Jackson, S. A. Holt, and G. J. Holt. Spatial and temporal patterns in larval transport to estuarine  nursery habitat. Estuar. Coastal  Shelf Sci.  66: 33-46. PDF

Jackson, G. A., A. M. Waite, and P. W. Boyd , Role of algal aggregation in vertical carbon export during SOIREE and in other low biomass environments, Geophys. Res. Lett., 32, L13607, doi:10.1029/2005GL023180. PDF

Boyd, P. W., R. Strzpek, S. Takeda,  G. A. Jackson, C.S. Wong, R. M. McKay, C. Law, H. Kiyosawa, H. Saito, N. Sherry, K. Johnson, J. Gower, and N. Ramaiah. The evolution and termination of an iron-induced mesoscale bloom in the North East subarctic Pacific.  Limnol. Oceanogr. 50: 1872-1886. PDF

Savoye, N.,  C. Benitez-Nelson, A. B. Burd, J. K. Cochran, M. Charette, K. O. Buesseler,  G. A. Jackson, M. Roy-Barman, S. Schmidt and M. Elsken . 2006. An overview of techniques used to model 234Th in the water column. Mar. Chem. 100: 234-249. PDF

Richardson, T. L., G. A. Jackson, H. W. Ducklow, and M. R. Roman. 2006. Spatial and seasonal patterns of carbon cycling through planktonic food webs of the Arabian Sea determined by inverse analysis. Deep-Sea Res. II  53: 555-575. PDF

Niquil, N.,  G. Bartoli,  J. Urabe,  G. A Jackson, L. Legendre, C. Dupuy, M. Kumagai 2006. Carbon steady-state model of the planktonic food web of Lake Biwa, Japan. Freshwater Biology 51: 1570-1585. PDF

Tang, K. W., H-P. Grossart, E. M. Yam, G. A. Jackson, H. J.W. Ducklow, and T. Kiørboe. 2006. Mesocosm study of particle dynamics and control of particle-associated bacteria by flagellate grazing. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 325: 15-27. PDF

Richardson, T. L., and G. A. Jackson. 2007. Small phytoplankton and carbon export from the surface ocean. Science 315: 838--840.

Burd, A.B., G. A. Jackson, and S. B. Moran. 2007. The role of the particle size spectrum in estimating POC fluxes from 234Th /238U disequilibrium. Deep-Sea Res. I 54: 897-918.

Ward, B. B., D. Eveillard, J. D. Kirshtein, J. D. Nelson, M. A. Voytek, and G. A. Jackson. 2007. Ammonia-oxidizing bacterial community composition in estuarine and oceanic environments assessed using a functional gene microarray. Env. Microbio. 9: 2522--2538.

Jackson, G. A. 2007. ``Diffusion''. Entry in Encyclopedia of the Rocky Intertidal, M. W. Denny and S. D. Gaines, Eds., University of California Press, 177-179.

Jackson, G. A., and T Kiørboe. 2008. Maximum phytoplankton concentrations in the sea.  Limnol. Oceanogr. 53: 395-399.

Stemmann, L., D. Eloire, A. Sciandra, G. A. Jackson,  L. Guidi, M. Picheral, and G. Gorsky. 2008.   Volume distribution for particles between 3.5 to 2000 \mum\ in the upper 200 m region of the South Pacific Gyre. Biogeosciences  5: 299-310.

Jackson, G. A., 2008. Effect of mixed layer depth on phytoplankton removal by coagulation and on the critical depth concept. Deep-Sea Res. I 55: 766-775.

 Guidi, L.,  G. A. Jackson, L.  Stemmann, J. C. Miquel, M. Picheral,  G. Gorsky.  2008. Particle size distribution and flux in the mesopelagic:  a close relationship. Deep Sea Res. I. 55: 1364-1374.

Checkley, D. M., R. E. Davis, A. W. Herman,  G. A. Jackson, B. Beanlands, and L. A. Regier.  2008.  Assessing plankton and other particles in situ with the SOLOPC.  Limnol. Oceanogr. 53: 2123-2136.

Bulow, S. E., C. A. Francis, G. A. Jackson, and B. B. Ward. 2008. Sediment denitrifier community composition and nirS gene expression investigated with functional gene microarrays.  Env. Microbio10: 3057-3069.

Burd, A. B., and G. A. Jackson. 2009. Particle aggregation. Ann. Rev. Mar. Sci.  1: 65--90.

Lepore, K.,  S. B. Moran,  A. B. Burd, G. A. Jackson, J. N. Smith, R. P. Kelly, E. Kaberi, S. Stravrakakis,  G. Asimakopoulou. 2009. Sediment trap and in-situ pump size-fractionated POC/234Th ratios in the Mediterranean Sea and Northwest Atlantic: implications for POC export. Deep-Sea Res. I. 56: 599-613.

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