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McCormick, L.R., S. Gangrade, J.C. Garwood, N.W. Oesch, and L.A. Levin. Defining a visual luminoxyscape to describe oxygen and irradiance constraints on larval habitat in a changing ocean. Submitted.

Garwood, J.C., H.L. Fuchs, G.P. Gerbi, E.J. Hunter, and R.J. Chant. Estuarine larval retention enhanced by tuning into turbulence and tuning out waves.

2021

Garwood, J.C., A.J. Lucas, P. Naughton, P.L.D. Roberts, J.S. Jaffe, L. deGelleke and P.J.S. Franks. 2021. Larval cross-shore transport estimated from internal waves with a mean flow: The effects of larval vertical position and depth regulation. Limnology & Oceanography 66(3): 678-693.

2020

Garwood, J.C., R.C. Musgrave and A.J. Lucas. 2020. Life in Internal Waves. Oceanography, 33(3): 38-49.

Garwood, J.C., A.J. Lucas, P. Naughton, M.A. Alford, P.L.D. Roberts, J.S. Jaffe, L. deGelleke and P.J.S. Franks. 2020. A novel cross‐shore transport mechanism revealed by subsurface, robotic larval mimics: Internal wave deformation of the background velocity field. Limnology & Oceanography, 65(7): 1456-1470.

Franks, P.J.S., J.C. Garwood, J. Cortes, R.C. Musgrave and A.J. Lucas, 2020. Stokes drift of plankton in linear internal waves: Cross-shore transport of neutrally buoyant and depth-keeping organisms. Limnology & Oceanography, 65(6): 1286-1296.

2019

Carrière-Garwood, J., 2019. Transport in Internal Waves with a Background Flow: Lessons Learned from Robotic Larval Mimics. PhD Dissertation, University of California, San Diego.

2015

Garwood, J.C., P.S. Hill, H.L. MacIntyre, H.L. and Law, B.A., 2015. Grain sizes retained by diatom biofilms during erosion on tidal flats linked to bed sediment texture. Continental Shelf Research, 104: 37-44.

2014

Carrière-Garwood, J., 2014. Seasonal variation and biological effects on mudflat erodibility in the Minas Basin, Bay of Fundy. Master’s Thesis, Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada.

2013

Garwood, J.C., Hill, P.S. and Law, B.A., 2013. Biofilms and size sorting of fine sediment during erosion in intertidal sands. Estuaries and Coasts, 36(5): 1024-1036.