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Peter McRoy

Professor Emeritus

Institute of Marine Science
207 B IARC
Fairbanks, AK 99775
(907) 474-7783
(907) 474-2679
McRoy, C.P. 1999. Dynamics of the Bering Sea. Water over the bridge: a summing up of the contributions of the ISHTAR Project Ed. T.R. Loughlin and K. Ohtani. : 687-696. Alaska Sea Grant College Program,

Springer, A.M., C.P. McRoy and M. Flint. 1996. The Bering Sea Green Belt Fisheries Oceanography . 5:205-223.

McRoy, C.P. 1996. Seagrass Biology: Proceedings of an International Workshop. The global seagrass initiative continues Ed. J. Kuo, R.C. Phillips, D.I. Walker, and H. Kirkman. :3-6.

Lalumiure, R., D. Messier, J.-J. Fournier, and C.P. McRoy. 1994. Eelgrass meadows in a low arctic environment, the northeast coast of James Bay, Quebec Aquat. Bot. (47):303-315.

Salmon, D.K. and C.P. McRoy. 1994. The polar oceans and their role in shaping the global environment. Nutrient-based tracers in the western Arctic: A new lower halocline water defined Ed. O.M. Johannesen, R.D. Muench and J.E. Overland. :47-61. Amer. Geophys. Union, Geophys. Mono. 85,

McRoy, C.P. 1993. ISHTAR, the project: an overview of Inner Shelf Transfer and Recycling in the Bering and Chukchi seas Cont. Shelf Res. 13:473-479.

Springer, A.M. and C.P. McRoy. 1993. The paradox of pelagic food webs in the northern Bering Sea. III. Patterns of primary production Cont. Shelf Res. 13:575-579.

Henriksen, K., T.H. Blackburn, B. A. Lomstein and C.P. McRoy. 1993. Rates of nitrification, distribution of nitrifying bacteria and inorganic N fluxes in northern Bering/Chukchi shelf sediments Cont. Shelf Res.. 13:629-651.

Langseth, M., T. Delaca, G. Newton, B. Coakley, R. Colony, J. Gossett, C. May, P. McRoy, J. Morrison, W. Smethie, D. Steele, and W. Tucker. 1993. SCICEX-93: Arctic cruise of the U.S. Navy nuclear powered submarine USS Pargo Marine Technol. Soc. J. 27(4):4-12.

Grebmeier, J. M., C. P. McRoy, and H. M. Feder. 1989. Pelagic-benthic coupling on the shelf of the northern Bering and Chukchi Seas. III. Benthic food supply and carbon cycling. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 53:71-91.

  • Biological Oceanography
  • Marine Plants
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