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Synthesis of iron fertilization experiments: from the iron age in the age of enlightenment
HJW De Baar, PW Boyd, KH Coale, MR Landry, A Tsuda, P Assmy, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 110 (C9), 2005
A mesoscale iron enrichment in the western subarctic Pacific induces a large centric diatom bloom
A Tsuda, S Takeda, H Saito, J Nishioka, Y Nojiri, I Kudo, H Kiyosawa, ...
Science 300 (5621), 958-961, 2003
The decline and fate of an iron-induced subarctic phytoplankton bloom
PW Boyd, CS Law, CS Wong, Y Nojiri, A Tsuda, M Levasseur, S Takeda, ...
Nature 428 (6982), 549-553, 2004
Controls on iron (III) hydroxide solubility in seawater: The influence of pH and natural organic chelators
K Kuma, J Nishioka, K Matsunaga
Limnology and Oceanography 41 (3), 396-407, 1996
The GEOTRACES intermediate data product 2017
R Schlitzer, RF Anderson, EM Dodas, M Lohan, W Geibert, A Tagliabue, ...
Chemical Geology 493, 210-223, 2018
Iron supply to the western subarctic Pacific: Importance of iron export from the Sea of Okhotsk
J Nishioka, T Ono, H Saito, T Nakatsuka, S Takeda, T Yoshimura, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 112 (C10), 2007
Fluorescence characteristics of dissolved organic matter in the deep waters of the Okhotsk Sea and the northwestern North Pacific Ocean
Y Yamashita, RM Cory, J Nishioka, K Kuma, E Tanoue, R Jaffé
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 57 (16), 1478-1485, 2010
Size-fractionated iron concentrations in the northeast Pacific Ocean: distribution of soluble and small colloidal iron
J Nishioka, S Takeda, CS Wong, WK Johnson
Marine Chemistry 74 (2-3), 157-179, 2001
Evidence of an extensive spread of hydrothermal dissolved iron in the Indian Ocean
J Nishioka, H Obata, D Tsumune
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 361, 26-33, 2013
The GEOTRACES intermediate data product 2014
E Mawji, R Schlitzer, EM Dodas, C Abadie, W Abouchami, RF Anderson, ...
Marine Chemistry 177, 1-8, 2015
Iron in sea ice: Review and new insights
D Lannuzel, M Vancoppenolle, P van Der Merwe, J De Jong, KM Meiners, ...
Elementa 4, 000130, 2016
Major deviations of iron complexation during 22 days of a mesoscale iron enrichment in the open Southern Ocean
M Boye, J Nishioka, PL Croot, P Laan, KR Timmermans, HJW de Baar
Marine chemistry 96 (3-4), 257-271, 2005
Riverine input of bioavailable iron supporting phytoplankton growth in Kesennuma Bay (Japan)
K Matsunaga, J Nishioka, K Kuma, K Toya, Y Suzuki
Water Research 32 (11), 3436-3442, 1998
Spatial and temporal distribution of Fe (II) and H2O2 during EisenEx, an open ocean mescoscale iron enrichment
PL Croot, P Laan, J Nishioka, V Strass, B Cisewski, M Boye, ...
Marine Chemistry 95 (1-2), 65-88, 2005
Evidence for the grazing hypothesis: Grazing reduces phytoplankton responses of the HNLC ecosystem to iron enrichment in the western subarctic pacific (SEEDS II)
A Tsuda, S Takeda, H Saito, J Nishioka, I Kudo, Y Nojiri, K Suzuki, ...
Journal of Oceanography 63, 983-994, 2007
Significant portion of dissolved organic Fe complexes in fact is Fe colloids
M Boye, J Nishioka, P Croot, P Laan, KR Timmermans, VH Strass, ...
Marine Chemistry 122 (1-4), 20-27, 2010
Methods for biogeochemical studies of sea ice: The state of the art, caveats, and recommendations
LA Miller, F Fripiat, BGT Else, JS Bowman, KA Brown, RE Collins, M Ewert, ...
Elementa 3, 000038, 2015
Intensive mixing along an island chain controls oceanic biogeochemical cycles
J Nishioka, T Nakatsuka, YW Watanabe, I Yasuda, K Kuma, H Ogawa, ...
Global biogeochemical cycles 27 (3), 920-929, 2013
Oceanic iron supply mechanisms which support the spring diatom bloom in the Oyashio region, western subarctic Pacific
J Nishioka, T Ono, H Saito, K Sakaoka, T Yoshimura
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 116 (C2), 2011
Size‐fractionated iron distributions and iron‐limitation processes in the subarctic NW Pacific
J Nishioka, S Takeda, I Kudo, D Tsumune, T Yoshimura, K Kuma, A Tsuda
Geophysical Research Letters 30 (14), 2003
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