W. Smith, Curriculum Vita
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CURRICULUM VITA
Walker Orson Smith, Jr.
Social Security Number: 121-42-1044
Born: Buffalo, New York
Education
University of Rochester, Rochester, New York;
B.S., Biology-Geology
Duke University, Durham, North Carolina; Ph.D.,
Department of Botany (Minor: Chemistry)
Professional Positions
Assistant Professor, Department of Botany and Graduate
Program in Ecology, University of Tennessee
Associate Professor, Department of Botany and Graduate
Program in Ecology, University of Tennessee
Research Professor, Naval Postgraduate School,
Monterey, CA (Arctic Chair in Marine Sciences)
Professor, Department of Botany and Graduate Program
in Ecology, University of Tennessee
Associate Director, Graduate Program in Ecology & Department
of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, University of Tennessee
Member, Institute of Mathematical Modeling, University
of Tennessee
Professor, Virginia Institute of Marine Science, College of
William and Mary
Visiting Professor, Jinan University, Guangzhou, China
Professional Memberships and Awards
American Association for the Advancement of Science
American Geophysical Union
American Society of Limnology and Oceanography
The Oceanography Society
Member, Science Alliance, University of Tennessee
Chancellor's Award for Research Excellence, University
of Tennessee
Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research-Oceans
Guest Editor, Deep-Sea Research II, Topical Studies in Oceanography
Editorial Board, International Journal of Oceanography
1968-72
1972-76
1976-82
1982-87
1983-84
1987-1998
1993-98
1991-98
1998-present
2008-present
1985-98
1989
1995-99
2000 – 2003
2008 - present
Selected Publications Since 1985
Smith, W.O., Jr. and D.M. Nelson. 1985. Phytoplankton bloom produced by a receding ice
edge in the Ross Sea: Spatial coherence with the density field. Science 227: 163-166.
Johnson, T.O. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1985. Sinking rates of natural phytoplankton populations of
the western Weddell Sea. U.S. Ant. J. 20: 139-140.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and D. M. Nelson. 1985. Phytoplankton biomass near a receding ice-edge
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bloom in the Ross Sea. In: Antarctic Nutrient Cycles and Food Webs (W.R. Siegfried,
P.R. Condy and R.M. Laws, eds.) Springer-Verlag, Berlin. Pp. 70-77.
Smith, S.L., W.O. Smith, Jr., L.A. Codispoti and D.L. Wilson. 1985. Biological observations in
the marginal ice zone of the East Greenland Sea. J. Mar. Res. 43: 693-717.
Elser, M.M. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1985. Phased cell division and growth rate in a planktonic
dinoflagellate, Ceratium hirundinella, in relation to environmental variables. Arch.
Hydrobiol. 104: 477-491.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and D.M. Nelson. 1986. The importance of ice-edge blooms in the Southern
Ocean. BioScience 36: 251-257.
Ainley, D.G., W.R. Fraser, C.W. Sullivan, J.J. Torres, T.L. Hopkins and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1986.
Antarctic pack ice structures mesopelagic nektonic communities. Science 232:
847-849.
MIZEX Group (includes W.O. Smith, Jr.). 1986. MIZEX East 83/84: The summer marginal ice
zone program in the Fram Strait/Greenland Sea. EOS 67: 513-517.
Wilson, D.L., W.O. Smith, Jr. and D.M. Nelson. 1986. Phytoplankton bloom dynamics of the
western Ross Sea ice edge I. Primary productivity and species-specific production.
Deep-Sea Res. 33: 1375-1387.
Nelson, D.M. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1986. Phytoplankton bloom dynamics of the western Ross
Sea II. Mesoscale cycling of nitrogen and silicon. Deep-Sea Res. 33: 1389-1412.
Johnson, T.O. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1986. Sinking rates of natural phytoplankton populations
from the Weddell Sea marginal ice zone. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 33: 131-137.
Smith, W.O., Jr., N.K. Keene and D.L. Wilson. 1986. Chlorophyll a distribution in the vicinity of
an advancing ice edge: Antarctic Marine Ecosystem Research at the ice-edge zone,
1986. U.S. Ant. J. 21: 163-164.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and R.T. Barber. 1987. The influence of horizontal and vertical displacements
on phytoplankton assemblages in tropical upwelling systems. Oceanologica Acta 6:
137-144.
Smith, W.O. Jr., M. Baumann, D. Wilson and B. Aletsee. 1987. Productivity and biomass in the
marginal ice zone of the Fram Strait. J. Geophys. Res. 92: 6777-6786.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1987. Phytoplankton dynamics of marginal ice zones. Oceanogr. Mar. Biol.
Ann. Rev. 25: 11-38.
Nelson, D.M., W.O. Smith, Jr., L.I. Gordon and B. Huber. 1987. Early spring distributions of
nutrients and phytoplankton biomass in the ice-edge zone of the Weddell/Scotia Sea. J.
Geophys. Res. 92: 7181-7190.
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Smith, W.O., Jr. 1987. Review of "Plankton Dynamics of the Southern California Bight" by R.W.
Eppley. EOS 68: 685.
Nelson, D.M., W.O. Smith, Jr. and L.I. Gordon. 1987. AMERIEZ 1986: Nutrient and
phytoplankton biomass distributions in the ice-edge zone of the northwestern Weddell
Sea. U.S. Ant. J. 22: 182-183.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and D.M. Nelson. 1987. New production in the marginal ice zone of the
Weddell Sea during AMERIEZ-1983. U.S. Ant. J. 22: 193-194.
Sullivan, C.W., C. McClain, J.C. Comiso, and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1988. Phytoplankton standing
crops within an Antarctic marginal ice zone assessed by satellite imagery. J. Geophys.
Res. 93: 12,487-12,498.
Brightman, R.I. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1988. Phytoplankton photosynthesis-irradiance
relationships during austral winter in the Bransfield Strait region. Ant. J. U.S. 23:
131-133.
Smith, W.O., Jr., N.K. Keene and J.C. Comiso. 1988. Potential interannual variability in the
productivity of the marginal ice zone of the Southern Ocean. In: Antarctic Ocean and
Resources Variability. (D. Saarhage, ed.). Springer-Verlag, Berlin. Pp. 131-139.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and G. Kattner. 1989. Nitrogen uptake and phytoplankton growth in the
marginal ice zone of the Fram Strait. J. Cons. int. Explor. Mer 188: 90-99.
Niebauer, H.J. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1989. A numerical model of physical-biological
oceanographic interactions in marginal ice zones. J. Cons. int. Explor. Mer 188: 121
(Abstract).
Nelson, D.M., W.O. Smith, Jr., R.D. Muench, L.I. Gordon, D.M. Husby, and C.W. Sullivan.
1989. Particulate matter and nutrient distributions in the ice-edge zone of the Weddell
Sea: relationship to hydrography during late summer. Deep-Sea Res. 36: 191-209.
Brightman, R.I. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1989. Photosynthesis/irradiance relationships in Antarctic
phytoplankton during winter. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 53: 143-151.
Cota, G.F. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1989. Phytoplankton biomass and productivity in the marginal
ice zone of the Weddell-Scotia Sea during the austral winter. Ant. J. U.S. 24: 152-153.
MIZEX Group (includes W.O. Smith, Jr.). 1989. MIZEX East 1987: the winter marginal ice zone
program in the Fram Strait/Greenland Sea. EOS 70: 545-555.
Culver, M.E. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1989. Effects of environmental variation on sinking rates of
marine phytoplankton. J. Phycol. 25: 262-270.
Niebauer, H.J. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1989. A mesoscale model of the physical-biological
interactions in the Fram Strait marginal ice zone. J. Geophys. Res. 94: 16,151-16,176.
Smith, W.O., Jr. Editor. 1990. Polar Oceanography. Parts A and B. Academic Press, San
Diego. 760 p.
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Smith, W.O., Jr. and E. Sakshaug. 1990. Autotrophic processes in polar regions. In Polar
Oceanography, Part B (W.O. Smith, Jr., Ed.). Academic Press, San Diego. Pp. 477-525.
Comiso, J.C., N. Maynard, W.O. Smith, Jr. and C.W. Sullivan. 1990. Satellite ocean color
studies of Antarctic ice edges in summer/autumn. J. Geophys. Res. 95: 9481-9496.
Cota, G.F., S. Kottmeier, D. Robinson, W.O. Smith, Jr. and C.W. Sullivan. 1990. The
distribution and activity of bacterioplankton in the marginal ice zone of the Weddell Sea
during austral autumn. Deep-Sea Res. 37: 1145-1167.
Sullivan, C.W., G.F. Cota, C.W. Krempin and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1990. The distribution and
activity of bacterioplankton in the marginal ice zone of the Weddell Sea during austral
spring. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 63: 239-252.
Smith, W.O., Jr., H.P. Kelly and J.H. Rich. 1990. Chlorophyll distribution and primary
productivity in the Ross Sea, austral summer 1990. Ant. J. U.S. 25: 179-182.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and D.M. Nelson. 1990. Primary productivity and nutrient uptake in an Antarctic
marginal ice zone during austral spring and autumn. Limnol. Oceanogr. 35: 809-821.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and D. Garrison. 1990. Marine ecosystem research at the Weddell Sea ice
edge: the AMERIEZ program. Oceanography 3: 22-29.
AmasSeds Research Group (includes W.O. Smith, Jr.). 1990. A multidisciplinary Amazon Shelf
Sediment Study. EOS 71: 1711, 1776-1777.
Smith, W.O., Jr., R.I. Brightman and B. Booth. 1991. Phytoplankton biomass and photosynthetic
response during winter in the Fram Strait. J. Geophys. Res. 96: 4549-4554.
Smith, W.O., Jr., L.A. Codispoti, D.M. Nelson, T. Manley, E.J. Buskey, H.J. Niebauer and G.F.
Cota. 1991. Importance of Phaeocystis blooms in the high-latitude ocean carbon cycle.
Nature 352: 514-516.
Keene, N.K., W.O. Smith, Jr. and G. Kattner. 1991. Nitrogen uptake in two frontal regions of the
Greenland Sea. Polar Biol. 11: 219-225.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1991. New production in polar regions: parallels and contrasts between the
Arctic and Antarctic. Mar. Chem. 35: 245-258.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and W.G. Harrison. 1991. New production in polar regions: the role of
environmental controls. Deep-Sea Res. 38: 1463-1479.
Ainley, D.G., W.R. Fraser, W.O. Smith, Jr., T.L. Hopkins, and J.J. Torres. 1991. The structure of
upper level pelagic food webs in the Antarctic: effect of phytoplankton distribution. J.
Mar. Systems 2: 111-122.
Nelson, D.M. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1991. Sverdrup revisited: critical depths, maximum
chlorophyll levels and the control of Southern Ocean productivity by the
irradiance/mixing regime. Limnol. Oceanogr. 36: 1650-1661.
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Cota, G.F., W.O. Smith, Jr., D.M. Nelson, L.I. Gordon and R.D. Muench. 1992. Nutrients and
biogenic particulate distributions, primary productivity and nitrogen uptake in the
Weddell-Scotia Sea marginal ice zone in austral winter. J. Mar. Res. 50: 155-181.
DeMaster, D.J., R.B. Dunbar, L.I. Gordon, A.R. Leventer, J.M. Morrison, D.M. Nelson, C.A.
Nittrouer and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1992. The cycling and accumulation of organic matter and
biogenic silica in high-latitude environments: the Ross Sea. Oceanography 5: 146-153.
Smith, W.O., Jr., G.R. DiTullio, S.M. Polk, A. Jacobson, S. Etnier and A.R. Close. 1992.
Phytoplankton biomass in the western Ross Sea: comparison between 1990 and
1992.Ant. J. U.S. 27: 131-132.
DiTullio, G.R. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1992. Spatial variability in dimethyl sulfide concentrations in
the Ross Sea: February 1992. Ant. J. U.S. 27: 135-137.
Muggli, D.L. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1993. The regulation of nitrate and ammonium in the Fram
Strait. Mar. Biol. 115: 199-208.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1993. Nitrogen uptake and new production in the Greenland Sea: the spring
Phaeocystis bloom. J. Geophys. Res. 98: 4681-4688.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and H.J. Niebauer. 1993. Interactions between biological and physical
processes in Arctic Oceans: investigations using numerical models. Rev. Geophys. 31:
189-209.
The NEWATER Steering Committee (includes W.O. Smith, Jr.). 1993. Collaborative research
on the Northeast Water Polynya: initial results from the 1992 Polar Sea cruise. EOS 74:
185, 195-196.
Daly, K.D. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1993. Physical-biological interactions influencing marine
plankton production. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 24: 555-585.
DiTullio, G.R. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1993. DMS concentrations near the Antarctic Peninsula:
November, 1992. Ant. J. U.S. 28: 130-131.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1993. Primary productivity of the Antarctic Peninsula region during November
1992. Ant. J. U.S. 28:128-129.
Cota, G.F., W.O. Smith, Jr. and B.G. Mitchell. 1994. Photosynthesis of Phaeocystis in the
Greenland Sea. Limnol. Oceanogr. 39: 948-953.
Manley, T.O. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1994. Transport of biogenic particulate matter to depth within
the Greenland Sea. The Polar Oceans and Their Role in Shaping the Global
Environment, Geophys. Monogr. 85, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC, pp.
223-236.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1994. Primary productivity of a Phaeocystis bloom in the Greenland Sea
during spring, 1989. The Polar Oceans and Their Role in Shaping the Global
Environment, Geophys. Monogr. 85, American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC,
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pp. 263-272.
Smith, W.O., Jr., A. White, J. Rich, A. Schauer, and M.L. Garrett. 1994. Phytoplankton biomass
in the western Ross Sea: January and February 1994. Ant. J. U.S. 29: 144-145.
Ackleh, A.S., T.G. Hallam and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1994. Influences of aggregation and grazing on
phytoplankton dynamics and fluxes: an individual-based modeling approach. Nonlin.
World 1: 473-492.
DiTullio, G.R. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1995. Relationship between dimethylsulfide and
phytoplankton pigment concentrations in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Deep-Sea Res. 42:
873-892.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and D.J. DeMaster. 1995. Phytoplankton biomass and productivity in the
Amazon River Plume: correlation with seasonal river discharge. Cont. Shelf Res. 16:
291-319.
Yager, P.L., D.W.R. Wallace, K.M. Johnson, W.O. Smith, Jr., P. Minnett, and J.W. Deming.
1995. The northeast water polynya as an atmospheric CO2 sink: a seasonal rectification
hypothesis. J. Geophys. Res. 100: 4389-4398.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1995. Primary productivity and new production in the Northeast Water polynya
during summer, 1992. J. Geophys. Res. 100: 4357-4370.
Smith, W.O., Jr., I.D. Walsh, B.C. Booth and J.W. Deming. 1995. Particulate matter and
phytoplankton distributions in the Northeast Water polynya during summer, 1992. J.
Geophys. Res. 100: 4341-4356.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and J. Grebmeier (editors). 1995. The Oceanography of the Arctic: Marginal
Ice Zones and Continental Shelves. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC.
287 pp.
Grebmeier, J., W.O. Smith, Jr. and R.J. Conover. 1995. Biological processes of Arctic: marginal
ice zones and continental shelves. In The Oceanography of the Arctic: Marginal Ice
Zones and Continental Shelves. American Geophysical Union, Washington, DC. Pp.
231-262.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and G. Russell. 1995. The controls of nutrient removal on the Brazil continental
shelf: a correlation analysis. GeoMarine Letters 15: 195-198.
Smith, W.O., Jr., A.-M. White, J. Rich and N.S. Parker. 1995. Phytoplankton biomass and
productivity in the Ross Sea polynya: November-December, 1994. Ant. J. U.S. 30:
211-212.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1995. The Ross Sea Polynya Project (RSP2): Objectives and overview. Ant.
J. U.S. 30: 195-197.
DeMaster, D.J., W.O. Smith, Jr., D.M. Nelson and J.Y. Aller. 1996. Biogeochemical processes
in Amazon shelf waters: rates and chemical distributions. Cont. Shelf Res. 16: 617-644.
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DiTullio, G.R. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1996. Spatial patterns in phytoplankton biomass and
pigment distributions in the Ross Sea. J. Geophys. Res. 101: 18,467-18,478.
Nelson, D.M., D.J. DeMaster, R.B. Dunbar, and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1996. Cycling of organic
carbon and biogenic silica in the Southern Ocean: Estimates of large-scale water column
and sedimentary fluxes in the Ross Sea. J. Geophys. Res. 101: 18,519-18,531.
Smith, W.O., Jr., D.M. Nelson, G.R. DiTullio and A.R. Leventer. 1996. Temporal and spatial
patterns in the Ross Sea: Phytoplankton biomass, elemental composition, productivity
and growth rates. J. Geophys. Res. 101: 18,455-18,466.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 1996. Review of “The Biology of the Southern Ocean”. Limnol. Oceanogr.
41: 372.
Booth, B.C. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1997. Diatoms and autotrophic flagellates in the Northeast
Water Polynya, Greenland: summer 1993. J. Mar. Systems 10: 241-262.
Smith, W.O., Jr., M. Gosselin, L. Legendre, D.W.R. Wallace, K. Daly and G. Kattner. 1997. New
production in the Northeast Water Polynya: 1993. J. Mar. Systems 10:199-210.
DiTullio, G.R. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1997. Studies on dimethylsulfide in Antarctic coastal waters.
In Antarctic Communities: Species, Structure and Survival (eds. B. Battaglia, J. Valencia
and D.W.H. Walton), Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge, GB. Pp. 93-100.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and L.I. Gordon. 1997. Hyperproductivity of the Ross Sea (Antarctica) polynya
during austral spring. Geophys. Res. Letters 24: 233-236.
Hong, Y., W.O. Smith, Jr. and A.-M. White. 1997. Studies on transparent exopolymer particles
(TEP) produced by Phaeocystis sp. (Prymnesiophyceae) in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. J.
Phycol. 33: 368-376.
Smith, W.O., Jr., A.-M. White, S. Polk, and S. Mathot. 1997. AESOPS (Antarctic Environment
Southern Ocean Process Study) Process I Study: winter-spring transition. Ant. J. U.S.
32: 79-81.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and R.B. Dunbar. 1998. The relationship between new production and vertical
flux on the Ross Sea continental shelf. J. Mar. Systems 17: 445-457.
Lancelot, C., M.D. Keller, V. Rousseau, W.O. Smith, Jr. and S. Mathot. 1998. Autecology of
the marine haptophyte Phaeocystis sp. In Physiological Ecology of Harmful Algal
Blooms (eds., D.M. Anderson, A.D. Cembella and G.M. Hallegraeff). NATO ASI Series,
Vol. G41, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg. Pp. 211-224.
Arrigo, K.R., A. M. Weiss and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1998. Physical forcing of phytoplankton dynamics
in the western Ross Sea. J. Geophys. Res. 103: 1007-1022.
Carlson, C.A., H.W. Ducklow, D.A. Hansell and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1998. Organic carbon
partitioning during spring phytoplankton blooms in the Ross Sea polynya and the
Sargasso Sea. Limnol. Oceanogr. 43: 375-386.
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Smith, W.O., Jr., C.A. Carlson, H.W. Ducklow, and D.A. Hansell. 1998. Growth dynamics of
Phaeocystis antarctica-dominated plankton assemblages from the Ross Sea. Mar.
Ecol. Prog. Ser. 168: 229-244.
Pesant, S., L. Legendre, M. Gosselin, C. Ashjian, B. Booth, K. Daly, L. Fortier, H.-J. Hirche, P.
Lane, J. Michaud, R.E.H. Smith, S.L. Smith, and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1998. Pathways of
carbon cycling in the euphotic zone: The fate of large-sized phytoplankton in the
Northeast Water Polynya. J. Plankton Res. 20: 1267-129.
Hu, S. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1998. The effects of irradiance on nitrate uptake and dissolved
organic nitrogen release by phytoplankton in the Ross Sea. Cont. Shelf Res. 18: 975990.
Smith, W.O., Jr., H.J. Niebauer, and V. Asper. 1999. Coupling of surface layer biological
processes and vertical flux in the Ross Sea. In Ross Sea Ecology (eds., F. Faranda, L.
Guiglielmo and A. Ianora). Springer, Berlin, Ch. 12, pp. 151-157.
Asper, V.L. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1999. Particle fluxes during austral spring and summer in the
southern Ross Sea (Antarctica). J. Geophys. Res. 104: 5345-5360.
Daly, K.L., D.W.R. Wallace, W.O. Smith, Jr., A. Skoog, R. Lara, M. Gosselin, E. Falk, and P.L.
Yager. 1999. Anomalous carbon and nitrogen cycling in the Arctic: effects of ecosystem
structure and dynamics. J. Geophys. Res. 104: 3185-3200.
Ducklow, H., C. Carlson and W.O. Smith, Jr. 1999. Bacterial growth in experimental plankton
assemblages and seawater cultures from the Phaeocystis antarctica bloom in the Ross
Sea, Antarctica. Aquatic Microbial Ecol. 19: 215-227.
Smith, W.O., Jr., D.M. Nelson and S. Mathot. 1999. Phytoplankton growth rates in the Ross Sea
determined by independent methods: temporal variations. J. Plankton Res. 21: 15191536.
Moore, J.K., M.R. Abbott, J.G. Richman, W.O. Smith, Jr., T.J. Cowles, K.H. Coale, W.D.
Gardner, and R.T. Barber. 1999. SeaWiFS satellite ocean color data at the U.S.
Southern Ocean JGOFS line along 170W. Geophys. Res. Letters 26: 1465-1468.
Sweeney, C., D.A. Hansell, F.D. Millero, T. Takahashi, L.I. Gordon, C.A. Carlson, L.A.
Codispoti, W.O. Smith, Jr., and J. Marra. 2000. Biogeochemical regimes, net community
production and carbon export in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Deep-Sea Res. II 47: 33693394.
Fitzwater, S.E., K.S. Johnson, R.M. Gordon, K.H. Coale and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2000. Trace metal
concentrations in the Ross Sea and their relationship with nutrients and growth. DeepSea Res. II 47: 3159-3178.
Smith, W.O., Jr., J. Marra, M.R. Hiscock and R.T. Barber. 2000. The seasonal cycle of
phytoplankton biomass and primary productivity in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Deep-Sea
Res. II 47: 3119-3140.
Carlson C.A., D.A. Hansell, E.T. Peltzer and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2000. Seasonal dynamics of
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dissolved and total organic carbon in the southern Ross Sea. Deep-Sea Res. II 47:
3201-3226.
Laws, E.A., P. Falkowski, W.O. Smith, Jr., H.W. Ducklow and J.J. McCarthy. 2000.
Temperature effects on export production in the open ocean. Global Biogeochem.
Cycles 14: 1231-1246.
Gardner, W.D., M.J. Richardson and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2000. Seasonal build-up and loss of POC
in the Ross Sea. Deep-Sea Res. II 47: 3423-3450.
Smith, W.O., Jr., R.F. Anderson, J.K. Moore, L.A. Codispoti and J.M. Morrison. 2000. The U.S.
Southern Ocean Joint Global Ocean Flux Study: An Introduction to AESOPS. Deep-Sea
Res. II 47: 3073-3095.
Sweeney, C., W.O. Smith, Jr. B. Hales, D.A. Hansell, C.A. Carlson, L.A. Codispoti, L.I. Gordon,
F.J. Millero, and T. Takahashi. 2000. Nutrient and TCO2 uptake and export ratios in the
Ross Sea. Deep-Sea Res. II 47: 3395-3422.
Mathot, S., W.O. Smith Jr., C.A. Carlson and D.L. Garrison. 2000. Estimate of Phaeocystis sp.
carbon biomass: methodological problems related to the mucilaginous nature of the
colonial matrix. J. Phycol. 36: 1049-1056.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and V.A. Asper. 2000. A balanced nitrogen budget of the surface layer of the
Southern Ross Sea, Antarctica. Geophys. Res. Letters 27: 2721-2724.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 2000. Review of Ross Sea Ecology: Italiantartide expeditions (1987 –
1995) (edited by F.M. Faranda, L. Guglielmo and A. Ianora). Limnol. Oceanogr. 45:
1887.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and V.A. Asper. 2001. The influence of phytoplankton assemblage
composition on biogeochemical characteristics and cycles in the southern Ross Sea,
Antarctica. Deep-Sea Res. I 48: 137-161.
Daly, K.D., W.O. Smith, Jr., G.C. Johnson, G.R. DiTullio, D.R. Jones, C.W. Mordy, R.A. Feeley,
D.A. Hansell and J.-Z. Zhang. 2001. Hydrographic structure and distributions of nutrients
and particulate and dissolved carbon in the Pacific Sector of the Southern Ocean. J.
Geophys. Res. 106: 7107-7124.
Dennett, M.R., S. Mathot, D.A. Caron, W.O. Smith, Jr. and D. Lonsdale. 2001. Abundance and
distribution of phototrophic and heterotrophic nano- and microplankton in the southern
Ross Sea. Deep-Sea Res. II 48: 4019-4038.
Becquevort, S. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2001. Aggregation, sedimentation and biodegradability of
phytoplankton-derived material in the Ross Sea, Antarctica. Deep-Sea Res. II 48: 41554178.
Anderson, R.F. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2001. The U.S. Southern Ocean Joint Global Ocean Flux
Study: Volume Two. Deep-Sea Res. II 48: 3883-3890.
van Hilst, C.M. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2002. Photosynthesis/irradiance relationships in the Ross
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Sea, Antarctica and their control by phytoplankton assemblage composition and
environmental factors. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 226:1-12.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and J. Peloquin. 2002. Primary production in the marine environment. In:
Encyclopedia of Environmental Microbiology (G. Bitton, ed.), J. Wiley & Sons, Inc., New
York, pp. 2566-2575.
Ralph, P.J., S.M. Polk, K.A Moore, R.J. Orth, and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2002. Operation of the
xanthophyll cycle in the seagrass Zostera marina in response to variable irradiance. J.
exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 271: 189-207.
Johnson, K.S., J.K. Moore and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2002. Workshop highlights role of iron dynamics
in the ocean carbon cycle. EOS 83: 482, 484.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and C.M. van Hilst. 2003. Effects of assemblage composition on the temporal
dynamics of carbon and nitrogen uptake in the Ross Sea. In: Biogeochemical Cycles in
the Ross Sea (G.R. DiTullio and R.B. Dunbar, editors), Antarctic Res. Ser., American
Geophysical Union, pp. 197-208.
Hiscock, M.R., J. Marra, W.O. Smith, Jr., R. Goericke, C. Measures, S. Vinke, R. Olson, H.
Sosik and R.T. Barber. 2003. Primary productivity and its regulation in the Pacific Sector
of the Southern Ocean. Deep-Sea Res. II 50: 533-558.
Smith, W.O., Jr., M.R. Dennett, S. Mathot and D.A. Caron. 2003. The temporal dynamics of
the flagellated and colonial stages of Phaeocystis antarctica in the Ross Sea. Deep-Sea
Res. II 50: 605-618.
Asper, V.A. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2003. Abundance, distribution and sinking rates of aggregates
in the Ross Sea Polynya. Deep-Sea Res. I 50: 131-150.
Asper, V.A. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2003. The distribution of particulate organic carbon and its
dynamics in the southern Ross Sea. In: Biogeochemical Cycles in the Ross Sea (G.R.
DiTullio and R.B. Dunbar, editors), Antarctic Res. Ser., American Geophysical Union,
pp. 235-242.
Vaillancourt, R.D., J. Marra, R.T. Barber and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2003. Primary productivity and in
situ quantum yields in the Ross Sea and Pacific Sector of the Antarctic Circumpolar
Current. Deep-Sea Res. II 50: 559-578.
DiTullio, G.R., M.E. Geesy, D.R. Jones, K.L. Daly, L. Campbell and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2003.
Phytoplankton assemblage composition and primary productivity along 170W in the
South Pacific Ocean. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 255: 55-80.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and R.F. Anderson. 2003. U.S. Southern Ocean JGOFS Program (AESOPS):
Part III. Deep-Sea Res. II 50: 529-532.
Ducklow, H.W., J.L. Oliver and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2003. The role of iron as a limiting nutrient for
marine plankton processes. In: Interactions of the Major Biogeochemical Cycles: Global
Change and Human Impacts (J.M. Melillo, C.B. Field and B. Moldan, eds.), Island Press,
Washington, pp. 295-310.
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Moldan, F., S. Seitzinger, V.T. Eviner, J.N. Galloway, X. Han, M. Keller, P. Nannipieri, W.O.
Smith, Jr., and H. Tiessen. 2003. Potential for deliberate management of element
interactions to address major environmental issues. In: Interactions of the Major
Biogeochemical Cycles: Global Change and Human Impacts (J.M. Melillo, C.B. Field
and B. Moldan, eds.), Island Press, Washington, pp. 93-116.
Smith, W.O., Jr., M.S. Dinniman, J.M. Klinck, and E. Hofmann. 2003. Biogeochemical
climatologies in the Ross Sea, Antarctica: seasonal patterns of nutrients and biomass.
Deep-Sea Res. II 50: 3083-3101.
Dinniman, M.S., J.M. Klinck, and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2003. Cross-shelf exchange in a model of
Ross Sea circulation and biogeochemistry. Deep-Sea Res. II 50: 3103-3120.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 2004. Can the oceans be engineered to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide?
In: First Ecology, A. Beeby and A.-M. Brennan, Edition 1. Oxford University Press. 318
pp.
Oliver, J.E., R.T. Barber, W.O. Smith, Jr., and H.W. Ducklow. 2004. The heterotrophic bacterial
response during the Southern Ocean Iron Experiment (SOFeX). Limnol. Oceanogr. 49:
2129-2140.
Smith, W.O., Jr. and C.L. Lancelot. 2004. Bottom-up vs. top-down control in phytoplankton of
the Southern Ocean. Antarctic Science 16: 531-539.
Smith, W.O., Jr., A.R. Shields, J.A. Peloquin, G. Catalano, S. Tozzi, M.S. Dinniman and V.A.
Asper. 2006. Biogeochemical budgets in the Ross Sea: variations among years. DeepSea Res. II 53: 815-833.
Smith, W.O. Jr. and A.R. Shields. 2006. Antarctic chemical oceanography. In: Encyclopedia of
the Antarctic (B. Riffenburgh, Ed.), Routledge, New York, Pp. 221-224.
Smith, W.O. Jr. 2006. Trophic level interactions. In: Encyclopedia of the Antarctic (B.
Riffenburgh, Ed.), Routledge, New York, Pp. 631-633.
Peloquin, J.A. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2006. The role of phytoplankton size on photochemical
recovery during the southern ocean iron experiment. J. Phycol. 42: 1016-1027.
Tremblay, J.-E. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2007. Phytoplankton processes in polynyas. In: Polynyas:
Windows to the World’s Oceans (W.O. Smith, Jr. and D.G. Barber, eds.), Elsevier,
Amsterdam, Pp. 239-270.
Smith, W.O. Jr. and D.G. Barber (Eds.). 2007. Polynyas: Windows to the World’s Oceans.
Elsevier, Amsterdam. 437 pp.
Smith, W.O. Jr. and D.G. Barber. 2007. Polynyas and climate change: a view to the future. In:
Polynyas: Windows to the World’s Oceans (W.O. Smith, Jr. and D.G. Barber, eds.),
Elsevier, Amsterdam, Pp. 409-417.
Smith, W.O. Jr., D.G. Ainley and R. Cattaneo-Vietti. 2007. Trophic interactions within the Ross
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Sea continental shelf ecosystem. Phil. Trans. Roy. Soc., ser. B 362: 95-111.
Lance, V.P., M.R. Hiscock, A.K. Hilting, D.A. Steube, R.R. Bidigare, W.O. Smith, Jr. and R.T.
Barber. 2007. Primary productivity increases and differential phytoplankton composition
responses in two Southern Ocean in situ iron enrichments. Deep-Sea Res. I 54: 747773.
Oliver, J.L., W.O. Smith, Jr., H.W. Ducklow and R.T. Barber. 2007. Rejoinder to: “interpreting
the results of oceanic mesoscale experiments: caveats and lessons learned from
limnology and coastal ecology”. Limnol. Oceanogr. 52: 919-920.
Peloquin, J. A., and W. O. Smith, Jr. 2007. Phytoplankton blooms in the Ross Sea, Antarctica:
Interannual variability in magnitude, temporal patterns, and composition. J. Geophys.
Res. 112: C08013, doi: 10.1029/2006JC003816.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 2007. Can the oceans be engineered to reduce atmospheric carbon dioxide?
In: First Ecology, A. Beeby and A.-M. Brennan, Edition 2. Oxford University Press (in
press).
Delizo, L, W.O. Smith, Jr. and J. Hall. 2007. Taxonomic composition and growth rates of
phytoplankton assemblages at the Subtropical Convergence east of New Zealand. J.
Plankton Res. 29: 655-670.
Dinniman, M.S., J.M. Klinck, and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2007. The influence of sea ice cover and
icebergs on circulation and water mass formation in a numerical circulation model of the
Ross Sea, Antarctica. J. Geophys. Res. 112:C11013, doi:10.1029/2006JC004036.
Smith, W.O. Jr. and V. Asper. 2007. Use of alternative sampling platforms in the Antarctic: a
workshop report. EOS 88: 525.
Hiscock, M.R., V.P. Lance, A.M. Apprill, Z. Johnson, R.R. Bidigare, B.G. Mitchell, W.O. Smith
Jr., and R.T. Barber. 2008. Photosynthetic maximum quantum yield increases are an
essential component of Southern Ocean phytoplankton iron response. Proc. Nat. Acad.
Sciences 105: 4775-4780.
Smith, W.O. Jr. and J.C. Comiso. 2008. The influence of sea ice on primary production in the
Southern Ocean: a satellite perspective. J. Geophys. Res. 113, C05S93,
doi:10.1029/2007JC004251.
Tortell, P.D., C. Payne, Y. Li, S. Trimborne, B. Rost, W.O. Smith, Jr., C. Riesselman, R.B.
Dunbar, P. Sedwick, and G.R. DiTullio. 2008. CO2 sensitivity of Southern Ocean
phytoplankton. Geophys. Res. Letters 35, L04605, doi:10.1029/2007GL032583.
Shields, A.R. and W.O.Smith, Jr. 2008. An examination of the role of colonial Phaeocystis
antarctica in the microbial food web of the Ross Sea. Polar Biol. 31: 1091-1099. DOI
10.1107/s00300-008-0450-z.
Tang, K.W., W.O. Smith, Jr., D.T. Elliott, and A.R. Shields. 2008. Colony size of Phaeocystis
antarctica (Prymnesiophyceae) as influenced by zooplankton grazers. J. Phycol. 44
1372-1378.
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Tang, K.W., W.O. Smith, Jr., A.R. Shields and D.T. Elliott. 2009. Survival and recovery of
Phaeocystis antarctica (Prymnesiophyceae) from prolonged darkness and freezing. Phil.
Trans. Roy. Soc., ser. B 276: 81-90 [doi:10:1098.rsbp.2008.0598].
Smith, W.O. Jr. and J.C. Comiso. 2009. Southern Ocean primary productivity: variability and a
view to the future. In Smithsonian at the Poles: Contributions to International Polar Year
Science (I. Krupnik, M.A. Lang, and S.E. Miller, Eds.), Smithsonian Inst. Scholarly Press,
Washington, D.C., pp. 309-318.
Shields, A.R. and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2009. Photosynthesis/irradiance relationships of solitary and
colonial forms of Phaeocystis antarctica from the Ross Sea, Antarctica. J. Plankton
Res. 31: 701-712; doi:10.1093/plankt/fbp022.
Smith, W.O. Jr., S. Tozzi, A.R. Shields, J. Dreyer, J. Peloquin and V. Asper. 2009. Interannual,
seasonal and event-scale variability in the Ross Sea. Ocean Carbon and
Biogeochemistry News 2: 1-4.
Rose, J.M., Y. Feng, G.R. DiTullio, R. Dunbar, C.E. Hare, P. Lee, M. Lohan, M. Long, W.O.
Smith Jr., B. Sohst, S. Tozzi, Y. Zhang and D.A. Hutchins. 2009. Synergistic effects of
iron and temperature on Antarctic plankton assemblages. Biogeosciences 6: 5,8495,889.
Feng, Y., C.E. Hare, J.M. Rose, S.M. Handy, G.R. DiTullio, P. Lee, W.O. Smith, Jr., J. Peloquin,
S. Tozzi, J. Sun, Y. Zhang, R.B. Dunbar, M.C. Long, B. Sohst and D. Hutchins. 2009.
Interactive effects of CO2, irradiance and iron on Ross Sea phytoplankton. Deep-Sea
Res. I 57: 368-383.
Smith, W.O., Jr., J.A. Peloquin and D.M. Karl. 2010. Fluxes of biogenic matter on Antarctic
continental margins: temporal and spatial patterns. In: Liu, K.-K., Atkinson, L.,
Quiñones, R., Talaue-McManus, L. (Editors). Carbon and Nutrient Fluxes in Continental
Margins: A Global Synthesis. IGBP Book Series. Springer, Berlin, 744 p + XXVIII, pp.
318-330.
Smith, W.O., Jr. 2010. An overview of cross-shelf carbon exchanges in polar margins. In: Liu,
K.-K., Atkinson, L., Quiñones, R., Talaue-McManus, L. (Editors). Carbon and Nutrient
Fluxes in Continental Margins: A Global Synthesis. IGBP Book Series. Springer, Berlin,
744 p + XXVIII, pp. 289-291.
Wang, Y., W.O. Smith, Jr., X. Wang and S. Li. 2010. Subtle biological responses to increased
CO2 concentrations by a harmful algal bloom species. Geophys. Res. Letters 37,
L09604, doi:10.1029/2010GL042666.
Smith, W.O. Jr., M. Dinniman, G.R. DiTullio, S. Tozzi, O. Mangoni, M. Modigh and V. Saggiomo.
2010. Phytoplankton photosynthetic pigments in the Ross Sea: Patterns and
relationships among functional groups. J. Mar. Systems
doi.10.1016/j.jmarsys.2010.04.014.
Peloquin, J.A., J. Hall, K. Safi, and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2010. Describing the phytoplankton
response during the SOLAS Air-Sea Gas Exchange (SAGE) Experiment. Deep-Sea
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Res. II doi:10 10.1016/j.dsr2.2010.10.021(in press).
Smith, W.O. Jr., D.G. Ainley, R. Cattaneo-Vietti and E.E. Hofmann. The Ross Sea continental
shelf: Regional biogeochemical cycles, trophic interactions, and potential future
changes. In: Antarctica: An Extreme Environment in a Changing World (N. Johnston, A.
Clarke, E. Murphy and A. Rogers, Eds.). J. Wiley and Sons (in press).
Wang, X., K. Tang, Y. Wang and W.O. Smith, Jr. 2010. Temperature effects on growth, colony
development and carbon partitioning of three Phaeocystis species. Aquatic Biol. 9: 239249.
Smith, W.O. Jr., V. Asper, S. Tozzi, X. Liu and S.E. Stammerjohn. 2010. Continuous
fluorescence measurements in the Ross Sea, Antarctica: scales of variability. Prog.
Oceanogr. doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2010.08.002 (in press).
Long, M.C., R.B. Dunbar, P.D. Tortell, W.O. Smith, Jr., D.A. Mucciarone and G.R. DiTullio.
Vertical structure, seasonal drawdown, and net community production in the Ross Sea,
Antarctica. J. Geophys. Res. (in press).
Smith, W.O. Jr., A.R. Shields, J. Dreyer, J.A. Peloquin and V. Asper. 2011. Interannual
variability in vertical export in the Ross Sea: magnitude, composition, and environmental
correlates. Deep-Sea Res. I (in press).
Dinniman, M.S., J.M. Klinck, and W.O. Smith, Jr. A model study of Circumpolar Deep Water on
the West Antarctic Peninsula and Ross Sea continental shelves. Deep-Sea Res. II (in
press).
Sedwick, P.N., C.M. Marsay, A.M. Aguilar-Islas, M.C. Lohan, B.M. Sohst, M.C. Long, K.R.
Arrigo, R.B. Dunbar, M.A. Saito, W.O. Smith and G.R. DiTullio. Early-season depletion
of dissolved iron in the Ross Sea polynya: Implications for iron dynamics on the Antarctic
continental shelf. J. Geophys. Res. (in press).
Submitted for Publication
Hiscock, M.R., W.O. Smith Jr., M.S. Dinniman and R.T. Barber. Modified Circumpolar Deep
Water regulates primary productivity variability in the Ross Sea. Ant. Science
(submitted).
Smith, W.O. Jr., S. Tozzi, J.A. Peloquin, G.R. DiTullio, M. Long, R. Dunbar and Z. Kolber.
Spatial and temporal variations in variable fluoresecne in the Ross Sea (Antarctica):
environmental and biological correlates. Biogeosciences (submitted).
Kim, H.-C., W.O. Smith, Jr., E.E. Hofmann, and M.S. Dinniman. Model-derived Estimates of
Primary Production and Carbon Flux in the Ross Sea. Deep-Sea Res. II (submitted).
Fragoso, G.M., Smith, W.O. Jr. and A.R. Leventer. Influence of hydrography on phytoplankton
distribution in the Amundsen and Ross Seas, Antarctica. J. Mar. Systems (submitted).
Saba, V.S., M.A.M. Friedrichs, D. Antoine, R.A. Armstrong, I. Asanuma, M.J. Behrenfeld, A.M.
Ciotti, M. Dowell, N. Hoepffner, K.J. W. Hyde, J. Ishizaka, T. Kameda, J. Marra, F.
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Mélin, A. Morel, J. O’Reilly, M. Scardi, W.O. Smith Jr., T.J. Smyth, S. Tang, J. Uitz, K.
Waters and T.K. Westberry. Estimating marine primary productivity in coastal and
pelagic regions across the globe: An evaluation of satellite-based ocean color models.
Biogeosciences (submitted).
Liu, X. and W.O. Smith, Jr. A statistical analysis of the controls on phytoplankton distribution in
the Ross Sea, Antarctica. J. Mar. Systems (submitted).
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FEDERAL FUNDING SINCE 1991
1. Date Awarded: 9/1/91
Duration: 36 months
Title: Collaborative Research in the Northeast Water Polynya: Phytoplankton/Zooplankton
Dynamics
NSF Number DPP-9113754
Amount: $677,926
2. Date Awarded: 11/15/91
Duration: 24 months
Title: Aggregate ecology: a theoretical and experimental protocol for oceanic particles
ONR Number Unavailable
Amount: $134,846
3. Date Awarded: 1/1/92
Duration: 24 months
Title: Evaluating the effects of high particulate fluxes on chemical processes occurring at the
Amazon River/Ocean boundary
NSF Number OCE-9116973
Amount: $38,832
4. Date Awarded: 3/1/92
Duration: 36 months
Title: Nitrogen dynamics within two international Southern Ocean JGOFS Cruises
NSF Number DPP-9116872
Amount: $298,520
5. Date Awarded: 10/1/94
Duration: 24 months
Title: Mathematical Modeling of Arctic Phytoplankton: Processes and Distributions
ONR Number N00014-93-1-1279
Amount: $60,000
6. Date Awarded: 4/1/94
Duration: 36 months
Title: Collaborative Research on Bloom Dynamics and Food Web Structure in the Ross Sea:
Primary Productivity, New Production and Bacterial Growth
NSF Number OPP-9315787
Amount: $367,057
7. Date Awarded: 4/1/94
Duration: 12 months
Title: Group Travel for U.S. Participants to the Sixth SCAR Biology Symposium
NSF Number OPP-99315239
Amount: $50,000
8.
Date Awarded: 5/1/95
Duration: 24 months
Title: The Role of Biological Processes in the Carbon Cycle of the Southern Ocean
NOAA Number: Pending
Amount: $138,106
9. Date Awarded: 8/1/96-1/1/2000
Duration: 42 months
Title: Management and Scientific Services in support of the US-JGOFS Southern Ocean
Study: Nutrients
NSF Number: OPP-9530382
Amount: $1,728,973
10. Date Awarded: 6/15/96-6/15/99
Title: Primary Production in the Southern Ocean
NSF Number: OPP-9531990
Duration: 36 months
Amount: $325,766
11. Date Awarded: 3/1/00
Duration: 36 months
Title: Comparative modeling and data analysis studies for the Ross Sea and West
Antarctic Peninsula regions: A JGOFS Synthesis and Modeling Project
NSF Number: OCE-0001799
Amount: $169,270
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12. Date Awarded: 2/15/01
Duration: 24 months
Title: Southern Ocean Iron Experiment (SOFeX): Primary/bacterial production and taxonspecific growth and photosynthetic responses
NSF Number: OPP-0000329
Amount: $303,172
13. Date Awarded: 1/1/01
Duration: 24 months
Title: The Role of Dissolved Organic Carbon in Sequestering Carbon under Conditions
of Oceanic Iron Fertilization
DOE Number: 073591
Amount: $197,334
14. Date Awarded: 4/1/01
Duration: 60 months
Title: Interannual Variability in the Antarctic-Ross Sea (IVARS): Nutrients and Seasonal
Production
NSF Number: OPP-0087401
Amount: $595,000*
15. Date Awarded: 9/1/02
Duration: 12 months
Title: Acquisition of Moored Water Sampling Equipment to Assess the Regulation of
Phytoplankton Productivity in the Ross Sea.
NSF Number: OPP-0216151
Amount: $266,654
16. Date Awarded: 6/15/01
Duration: 12 months
Title: Workshop on the Replacement of the R.V.I.B. Nathanial B. Palmer
NSF Number: OPP- 0281941
Amount: $45,158
17. Date Awarded: 6/15/01
Duration: 60 months
Title: Quantification and modeling of DOC and DON release in marine systems: a study of
increasing trophic complexity
NSF Number: OCE-0221825 (with 6 other PIs)
Amount: $1,999,071
18. Date Awarded: 3/01/04
Duration: 36 months
Title: Collaborative Research: Seasonal Biogeochemical Processes in the Ross Sea: A
Modeling Approach
NSF Number: OPP-0337247
Amount: $181,248
19. Date Awarded: 6/02/04
Duration: 36 months
Title: Collaborative Research: Interactive effects of iron, light and CO2 on phytoplankton
community dynamics in the Ross Sea
NSF Number: OPP- 0338157
Amount: $395,833
20. Date Awarded: 5/01/05
Duration: 36 months
Title: Environmental and Ecological Regulation of Differences and Interactions between
Solitary and Colonial forms of Phaeocystis antarctica
NSF Number: ANT-0440478
Amount: $385,827
21. Date Awarded: 5/01/05
Duration: 36 months
Title: Collaborative Research: U.S. SO GLOBEC Synthesis and Modeling: Circulation and
Hydrographic Data Analyses and Modeling Studies
NSF Number: ANT- 0523178
Amount: $60,257*
22. Date Awarded: 10/01/07
Duration: 12 months
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Title: Collaborative Research: Small Grants for Exploratory Research: Oceanographic
Research in the Amundsen and Ross Seas – Fluorescence Investigations of trace metalphytoplankton interactions
NSF Number: ANT- 0741380
Amount: $85,300
23. Date Awarded: 08/01/08
Duration: 36 m
Title: Collaborative Research: GLOBEC Pan-regional Syntheses:
End-to-End Energy Budgets in US-GLOBEC Regions
NSF Number: OCE-0814592
Amount: $151,092*
24. Date Awarded: 09/01/08
Duration: 24 m
Title: Collaborative Research: Controls of Climate-Active Gases by
Amundsen Sea Ice Biota
NSF Number: ANT-0836112
Amount: $125,733*
25. Date Awarded: 04/01/09
Duration: 36 m
Title: Experimental investigations of the giant colonies of Phaeocystis globosa in China
NSF Number: OCE-0814592
Amount: $461,284*
26. Date Awarded: 08/01/09
Duration: 24 m
Title: Collaborative Research: Seasonal Evolution of Chemical and Biological Variability in the
Ross Sea
NSF Number: ANT-0838980
Amount: $830,868*
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Service on National and International Committees since 1993
International Arctic Polynya Project Steering Committee (1992-1995; Group Leader,
Microplankton)
Northeast Water Polynya Project Steering Committee (1992-1994)
Joint Global Ocean Flux Study Steering Committee (1993-1998); Co-Chair, Southern Ocean
Planning Group; EXEC-Plus Committee
Arctic System Science (ARCSS) Steering Committee (1991-1993); Chair, Biological
oceanography
Ross Sea Bloom Dynamics Experiment Steering Committee (1993-1996)
Chief Scientist, USCGC Polar Sea Cruise to Ross Sea (January-February, 1994)
Chief Scientist, RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise NBP 94-06 to the Ross Sea (NovemberDecember, 1994)
Chief Scientist, RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise NBP 96-04 to the Ross Sea (OctoberNovember, 1996)
Panel Member, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Global Change Proposal
Review Committee, 1993
Antarctic Research Vessel Oversight Committee (1996-98); liaison to UNOLS Arctic Icebreaker
Co-ordinating Committee
Chief Scientist, RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise NBP 96-04 to the Ross Sea (OctoberNovember, 1996)
Chief Scientist, RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise NBP 97-08 to the Ross Sea (OctoberDecember, 1997)
Panel Member, National Science Foundation Biological Oceanography Proposal Review
Committee, 1999
Panel Member, NOAA Ecohab Proposal Review Committee, 2001
Panel Member, NOAA Ecohab Proposal Review Committee, 2002
Chief Scientist, USCGC Polar Star Cruise to Ross Sea (December, 2001)
Chief Scientist, USCGC Polar Star Cruise to Ross Sea (February, 2002)
Chief Scientist, USCGC Polar Sea Cruise to Ross Sea (December, 2002)
Chief Scientist, USCGC Polar Sea Cruise to Ross Sea (February, 2003)
Chief Scientist, RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise to Ross Sea (December, 2003)
Chief Scientist, USCGC Polar Star Cruise to Ross Sea (February, 2004)
Chief Scientist, USCGC Polar Sea Cruise to Ross Sea (December, 2004)
RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise to Ross Sea (February, 2005)
Panel Member, NSF-OPP ARCSS Synthesis Panel, 2005
Panel Member, NSF-OPP Post-doctoral Associate Panel, 2005
RVIB Nathaniel B. Palmer Cruise to Ross Sea (December-February, 2005-6)
Member, Steering Committee, ICED (Integrating Climate and Ecosystem Dynamics in the
Southern Ocean), 2005-present
Panel Member, NOAA Ecohab Proposal Review Committee, 2006
Panel Member, NSF-OCE Carbon-Water Panel, 2006
Invited Expert, Commission for the Conservation of Antarctic Marine Living Resources Annual
Meeting, Brussels, Belgium; August, 2007
RVIB Oden Cruise OSO2007 to the Amundsen-Ross Seas (November, 2007 – January, 2008)
Co-Chief Scientist, RVIB Oden Cruise OSO2008 to the Amundsen-Ross Seas (November,
2008 – January, 2009)
Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry Steering Committee, 2009 – present
Steering Committee, Workshop on “Ocean ecologies and their physical habitats in a changing
climate”, Mathematical Biosciences Institute, Ohio State University, 2010 - present
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Courses taught at VIMS since 1998
MS 501
Introduction to Marine Sciences
MS 698
Seminar in Polar Oceanography
MS 659
Phytoplankton Ecology
MS 624
Seminar in Plankton Ecology
MS 698
Seminar in Upwelling Systems
MS 652
Plankton Ecology
MS 610
Effects of Global Change on Modern Marine Systems
MS 526
Principles of Marine Ecology
ENV 440
Asian Environmental Issues of the 21st Century
MS 492
Field Methods in Coastal and Estuarine Marine Science
Recent Invited Seminars
College of William and Mary, Virginia Institute of Marine Sciences, August, 1997
University of Southern Mississippi, Institute of Marine Sciences, October, 1997
Louisiana Universities Marine Consortium, October, 1999
Smithsonian Environmental Research Consortium, November, 1999
University of South Carolina, Marine Sciences Program, April, 2001
USCGC Polar Star, December, 2001
USCGC Polar Sea, December, 2002
Virginia Science Museum, Richmond, VA, May, 2003
Royal Society of London, The Role Of The Southern Ocean In Global Processes: An Earth
System Science Approach, July, 2003
Institute of Oceanology, Qingdao University, Qingdao, PRC, July, 2004
University of Western Australia, Perth, AUS, August, 2004
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Hamilton, NZ, October, 2004
Royal Society of New Zealand, Hamilton, November, 2004
Williamsburg Library, Williamsburg, VA, May, 2005
Center for Coastal Physical Oceanography, Old Dominion University, Norfolk, VA, September,
2005
Istituto di Scienze Marine Sezione di Trieste, Trieste, Italy, October, 2005
Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong, PRC, September, 2006
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Hong Kong, PRC. September, 2006
Xiamen University, Xiamen, PRC; September, 2006
Polar Research Institute of China, Shanghai, PRC, September, 2006
National Institute of Water and Atmospheric Research, Wellington, New Zealand, October, 2007
School of Marine Sciences, University of Maine, Bangor, ME; September, 2007
Chesapeake Bay Laboratory, University of Maryland, Solomon’s Island, MD; September, 2007
Second International GEOHAB Meeting, Institute of Oceanology, Nha Trang, Vietnam
Jinan University, Guangzhou, PRC; April, 2008
South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Guangzhou, PRC; April, 2008
First Institute of Oceanology, Xiamen, PRC; April, 2008
Eastern Shore Laboratory, VIMS, June, 2008
R.V.I.B. Oden, December, 2008
National Science Foundation, Washington, DC; March, 2009
International Mammal Conservation Congress, Washington, DC, May, 2009
Ross Sea Bioregionalization Conference, Wellington, NZ; June, 2009
Institute of Oceanology, Nha Trang, Vietnam; July, 2009
University of Georgia, Athens, GA; September, 2009
Jinan University, Guangzhou, PRC; October, 2009
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W. Smith, Curriculum Vita
Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond, VA; April, 2010
University of California, Santa Cruz, Santa Cruz, CA; May, 2010
Institute of Oceanology, Nha Trang, Vietnam; August, 2010
Jinan University, Guangzhou, PRC; October, 2010
South China Sea Institute of Oceanology, Guangzhou, PRC; April, 2008
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