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Below is a list of my peer-reviewed research publications:

  1. Rii, YM, RR Bidigare, DM Karl, MJ Church, 2018. Differential response of eukaryotic phytoplankton to nitrogen substrates. Front Mar Sci. doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2018.00092
  2. Rii, YM, DM Karl, MJ Church, 2016. Temporal and vertical variability in picoplankton primary productivity in the North Pacific Subtropical Gyre. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 562, 1-18.
  3. Rii, YM, S Duhamel, RR Bidigare, D Repeta, MJ Church, 2016. Diversity and productivity of photosynthetic picoeukaryotes in biogeochemically distinct regions of the Eastern South Pacific Ocean. Limnol Oceanogr 61, 806-824.
  4. Wilson, ST, B Barone, F Ascani et al., 2015. Short-term variability in euphotic zone biogeochemistry and primary productivity at Station ALOHA: A case study of summer 2012. Global Biogeochem Cycles 29, 1145-1164.
  5. Bruno, BC, YM Rii, JC Robidart, andDA Viviani, 2013. The young scientist and the sea (of microbes). Current: The Journal of Marine Education 28, 5-8.
  6. Grote, J, C Bayindirli, K Bergauer et al., 2011. Draft genome sequence of strain HIMB100, a cultured representative of the SAR116 clade of marine Alphaproteobacteria. Stand Genomic Sci 5, 269-278.
  7. Benitez-Nelson, CR, RR Bidigare, T Dickey et al., 2007. Mesoscale eddies drive increased silica export in the subtropical Pacific Ocean. Science 316, 1017-1021.
  8. Rii, YM, S Brown, F Nencioli et al., 2008. The transient oasis: Nutrient-phytoplankton dynamics and particle export in Hawaiian lee cyclones. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1275-1290.
  9. Brown, SL, MR Landry, KE Selph et al., 2008. Diatoms in the desert: Plankton community response to a mesoscale eddy in the subtropical North Pacific. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1321-1333.
  10. Chen, F, W-J Cai, Y Wang et al., 2008. The carbon dioxide system and net community production within a cyclonic eddy in the lee of Hawaii. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1412-1425.
  11. Dickey, T, F Nencioli, V Kuwahara et al., 2008. Physical and bio-optical observations of oceanic cyclones west of the island of Hawaii. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1195-1217.
  12. Kuwahara, V, F Nencioli, T Dickey, YM Rii, RR Bidigare, 2008. Physical dynamics and biological implications of Cyclone Noah in the lee of Hawaii during E-Flux I. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1231-1251.
  13. Landry, MR, SL Brown, YM Rii et al., 2008. Depth-stratified phytoplankton dynamics in Cyclone Opal, a subtropical mesoscale eddy. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1348-1359.
  14. Mahaffey, C, CR Benitez-Nelson, RR Bidigare, YM Rii, DM Karl, 2008. Nitrogen dynamics within a wind-driven eddy. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1398-1411.
  15. Maiti, K, C Benitez-Nelson, YM Rii, RR Bidigare, 2008. The influence of a mature cyclonic eddy on particle export in the lee of Hawaii. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1445-1460.
  16. Nencioli, F, V Kuwahara, T Dickey, YM Rii, R Bidigare (2008). Physical dynamics and biological implications of a mesoscale eddy in the lee of Hawai’i: Cyclone Opal observations during E-Flux III. Deep-Sea Res II 55, 1252-1274
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