** Bergmann, T., O. Schofield, J. Cullen, S. Glenn, M.A. Moline, 2000. Concurrence of inherent optical properties and particulate organic carbon concentrations in the Middle Atlantic Bight: Applications of ocean color imagery in coastal waters Ocean Optics XV 3: 60-67.

Bissett, W.P., Schofield, O., Mobley, C., Crowley, M.F., and Moline, M.A. (2000). In “Methods in Microbiology, Volume 30: Marine Microbiology” (J.H. Paul, ed), Optical Remote Sensing Techniques in Biological Oceanography. (in press). Academic Press, London.

Chang, G. C., T.D. Dickey, W.P. Bissett, O. Schofield, 2000. High temporal resolution optical and physical time series data: Coastal Mixing and Optics and LEO-15. Ocean Optics XV 3: 60-67.

Chant, R. J., C. Curran, K. Able, S. Glenn. 2000. Delivery of Winter Flounder (Pseudopleuronectes americanus) Larvae to Settlement Habitats in Coves Near Tidal Inlets. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science, 51, 529-541.

Chant, R. J. and R. E. Wilson. 2000. Internal hydraulics and mixing in a highly stratified estuary. Journal of Geophysical Research. 106:14215-14222. Creed, Elizabeth L. and Scott M. Glenn, 2000. Real-time transmission between research vessel and shore command center. OCEANS 2000 MTS/IEEE Conference Proceedings, Providence, RI, Vol. 2, pp. 1153-1157.

Fahnenstiel, G. L., Beckman, C., Lohrenz, S. E., Millie, D. F., Schofield, O., McCormick, M. J. 2000. Standard Niskin and Van Dorn bottles inhibit phytoplankton photosynthesis in Lake Michigan. Verh. Internat. Verein. Limnol. 27:1836-1840.

**Finkel, Z.V. and A. Irwin.  2000.  Modelling size-dependent photosynthesis: light absorption and the allometric rule.J. Theor. Biol., 204: 361-369.

Glenn, S.M., T.D. Dickey, B. Parker and W. Boicourt, 2000. Long-term real-time coastal ocean observation networks. Oceanography, 13, 24-34.

Glenn, S.M., W. Boicourt, B. Parker and T.D. Dickey, 2000. Operational observation networks for ports, a large estuary and an open shelf. Oceanography, 13, 12-23.

Glenn, Scott M., J. Frederick Grassle, and Christopher J. von Alt, 2000. A Well-Sampled Ocean; The Leo Approach. Oceanus, 42 (1), pp. 28-30.

Griffin, D., J. Wilkin, C. Chubb, A. Pearce and N. Caputi (2001), Ocean currents and the larval phase of Australian western rock lobster, Panulirus cygnus, Marine and Freshwater Res., 52, 1187-1200.

Kirkpatrick, G., Millie, D. F., Moline, M. A., Schofield, O. 2000. Optical discrimination of a phytoplankton species in natural mixed populations. Limnology and Oceanography 45(2): 467-471.

Kohut, J., S.M. Glenn, and D. Barrick, 2000. Multiple HF-Radar system development for a regional Longterm Ecosystem Observatory in the New York Bight. American Meteorological Society: Fifth Symposium on Integrated Observing Systems, pp. 4-7.

Moline, M. A., Bissett, W. P., Glenn, S., Haidvogel, D., Schofield, O. 2000. An operational multi-scale real-time long-term ecosystem observatory (LEO-15) for the coastal ocean. Ocean Optics XV 3: 60-67.

Munchow, A., and R. J. Chant. 2000. Kinematics of inner shelf motion during the summer stratified season off New Jersey. Journal of Physical Oceanography. 30:247-268. Schofield, O., T. Bergmann, W.P. Bissett, and M.A. Moline, 2000. Deconvolving phytoplankton community composition absorption from bulk measurements in turbid coastal waters. Ocean Optics XV.

S. Tozzi and  M. Ribera d’Alcalà, 2000. Primary Production and Remote Sensing. In Remote Sensing and Marine Ecology. Ed. by A. Argentieri, A. Fianchini and L. Rossi, ESA/ESRIN, pp1-19

Styles, R., and S.M. Glenn, 2000. Modeling stratified wave-current bottom boundary layers for the continental shelf. Journal of Geophysical Research, 105, No. C10, 119-124, 139

**Tozzi, S., O. Schofield, M.A. Moline, T. Bergmann, M. Crowley, R. Arnone, 2000. Variability in measured and modeled remote sensing reflectance and comparison of SeaWiFS and in situ Chl a distribution for coastal waters at LEO-15. Ocean Optics XV.

Zhang, Yunqing P., John F. Fracassi, John E. Wiggins, Scott M. Glenn and J. F. Grassle, 2000. RODAN: Rutgers Ocean Data Access Network Powered by Java Technologies. American Meteorological Society: Fifth Symposium on Integrated Observing Systems, pp. 21-25.