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Ryan Weatherbee

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Ryan Weatherbee

Contact Information

Ryan Weatherbee

Phone:
(207) 581-4299

Email/web:
ryan.weatherbee@umit.maine.edu
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Address:
Room 457 Aubert Hall
University of Maine 
Orono, ME  04469

Description

I am responsible for oceanographic satellite data/systems management and data analysis for projects undertaken in the Satellite Oceanography Data Lab (Dr. Andrew Thomas, PI).

Please visit our website to discover more about the research interests, past and present projects and publications of the staff of the Satellite Oceanography Data Lab (see "View Website" link to the right).

Publications

  • Thomas, A.C. and R. Weatherbee. 2006. Satellite-measured temporal variability of the Columbia River plume. Rem. Sensing. Env. 100: 167-178.
  • Thomas A.C., D.W. Townsend and R. Weatherbee, 2003. Satellite-measured phytoplankton variability in the Gulf of Maine, Cont. Shelf Res., 23: 971-989, doi:10.1016/S0278-4343(03)00086-4.
  • Thomas A.C., P. Ted Strub, M.E. Carr and R. Weatherbee, 2003. Comparisons of chlorophyll variability between the four major global eastern boundary currents. In press, Int. J. Rem. Sens., 23, doi: 10.1080/0143116031000159241.
  • Thomas A.C., D. Byrne, and R. Weatherbee, 2002. Coastal sea surface temperature variability from Landsat infrared data. Rem. Sens. Env. 81: 262-272.

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