Publications

Curriculum Vita

Tommy D. Dickey

Secretary of the Navy/Chief of Naval Operations
Chair in Oceanographic Sciences, Department of Geography,
Interdepartmental Program in Marine Sciences, Ocean Physics Laboratory
University of California, Santa Barbara
Santa Barbara, CA 93106

Email: tommy.dickey@opl.ucsb.edu
Website: http://www.opl.ucsb.edu

Education

B.S./B.A. Physics/Math, Ohio University, 1968

M.S. Physics, Stevens Institute of Technology, 1972 (completed while in U.S. Coast Guard)

M.A. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Princeton University, 1975

Ph.D. Geophysical Fluid Dynamics, Princeton University, 1977

Positions Held

Research Physicist, Naval Ordnance Station, Dept. of the Navy, Indian Head, MD, 1968-1969

Instructor, U.S. Coast Guard (military service: taught electronics and human relations), 1969-1973

Part-time Instructor Math and Physics, New York Institute of Technology, 1972-1973

Research Assistant, Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Laboratory, Princeton University, 1973-1977

Rosenstiel Fellow, Rosenstiel School of Marine and Atmospheric Science, University of Miami, 1977-1978

Professor (Assistant to Full), Department of Geological Sciences, Institute for Marine and Coastal Studies, Hancock Institute for Marine Sciences, University of Southern California (USC), 1978-1996

Co-Director & Co-Founder of USC’s Hancock Institute for Marine Sciences

(with Patricia Kremer), 1995-1996

Professor, Department of Geography and Interdepartmental Graduate Program in Marine Science, University of California, Santa Barbara, 1996-present

Secretary of the Navy/Chief of Naval Operations Chair in Oceanographic Sciences, 2008- lifetime award

Cumulative List of Publications in Chronological Order.

(R)=Refereed Article, (UR)=Unrefereed Article/Book Chapter, (RB)=Refereed Book Chapter, (PR)=Planning Report, (WR)=Workshop Report, (RR)=Reviewed Report, (DR)=Data Report, (RB)=Reviewed Book. Note that underlined publications on the website: http://www.opl.ucsb.edu/publications are downloadable.

(1) Dickey, T.D., 1978, A note on the effect of zonal boundaries on equatorial waves, J. Geophys. Res., 73, 3675-3678. (R)

(2) Dickey, T.D., and G.L. Mellor, 1979, The Kolmogoroff r2/3 law, Phys. Fluids, 22, 1029-1032. (R)

(3) Dickey, T.D., and G.L. Mellor, 1980, Decaying turbulence in neutral and stratified fluids, J. Fluid Mech., 99, 13-31. (R)

(4) Simpson, J.J., and T.D. Dickey, 1981, The relationship between downward irradiance and upper ocean structure, J. Phys. Ocean., 11, 309-323. (R)

(5) Simpson, J.J., and T.D. Dickey, 1981, Alternative parameterizations of downward irradiance and their dynamical significance, J. Phys. Ocean., 11, 876-882. (R)

(6) Pipkin, B.W., D.S. Gorsline, D.J. Bottjer, and T.D. Dickey, 1981, Elements of Oceanography Study Guide, Star Publishing Co., 61 pp. (UR)

(7) Dickey, T.D., and J.J. Simpson, 1983, The sensitivity of upper ocean structure to time varying wind direction, Geophys. Res. Lett., 10, 133-136. (R)

(8) Dickey, T.D., and J.J. Simpson, 1983, The influence of optical water type on the diurnal response of the upper ocean, Tellus, 35, 142-151. (R)

(9) Dickey, T.D., B. Hartman, D. Hammond, and E. Hurst, 1984, A laboratory technique for investigating the relationship between gas transfer and fluid turbulence, Gas Transfer at Water Surfaces, 93-100. (RB)

(10) Dickey, T.D., and J.C. Van Leer, 1984, Observations and simulation of a bottom Ekman layer on a continental shelf, J. Geophys. Res., 89, 1983-1988. (R)

(11) Dickey, T.D., B. Hartman, E. Hurst, and S. Isenogle, 1984, Measurement of fluid flow using streak photography, Amer. J. Physics, 52, 216-219. (R)

(12) Simpson, J.J., C.J. Koblinsky, L.R. Haury, and T.D. Dickey, 1984, An offshore eddy in the California Current System: Preface, Prog. Oceanogr., 13, 1-4. (R)

(13) Simpson, J.J., T.D. Dickey, and C.J. Koblinsky, 1984, An offshore eddy in the California Current System: Part I, Interior dynamics, Prog. Oceanogr., 13, 5-50. (R)

(14) Koblinsky, C.J., J.J. Simpson, and T.D. Dickey, 1984, An offshore eddy in the California Current System: Part II, Surface manifestation, Prog. Oceanogr., 13, 51-69. (R)

(15) Siegel, D.A., and T.D. Dickey, 1986, Variability of net longwave radiation over the eastern North Pacific Ocean, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 7657-7666. (R)

(16) Dickey, T.D., D.A. Siegel, A. Bratkovich, and L. Washburn, 1986, Observations of optical features associated with thermohaline structures, Proc. Ocean Optics VIII, 308-313. (UR)

(17) Dickey, T., E. Hartwig, and J. Marra, 1986, The Biowatt bio-optical and physical moored measurement program, EOS, 67, 650. (UR)

(18) Siegel, D.A., C.R. Booth, and T.D. Dickey, 1986, Effects of sensor characteristics on the inferred vertical structure of the diffuse attenuation coefficient spectrum, Proc. Ocean Optics VIII, 115-124. (UR)

(19) Siegel, D.A., and T.D. Dickey, 1987, Observations of the vertical structure of the diffuse attenuation coefficient spectrum, Deep-Sea Res., 34, 547-563. (R)

(20) Siegel, D.A., and T.D. Dickey, 1987, On the parameterization of irradiance for ocean photoprocesses, J. Geophys. Res., 92, 14,648-14,662. (R)

(21) Dickey, T.D., 1988, Recent advances and future directions in multi-disciplinary in situ oceanographic measurement systems, Toward a Theory on Biological-Physical Interactions in the World Ocean, 555-598. (RB)

(22) Siegel, D., B. Jones, T. Dickey, I. Haydock, and A. Bratkovich, 1988, Physical and biological variability near the White’s Point ocean outfall, Oceanic Processes in Marine Pollution, 5, 43-48. (RB)

(23) Siegel, D.A., and T.D. Dickey, 1988, Characterization of downwelling spectral irradiance fluctuations, Proc. Ocean Optics IX, 67-74. (UR)

(24) GLOBEC Editorial Committee, 1989, GLOBEC – Global Ecosystem Dynamics, EOS, 70, 82-85. (UR)

(25) Brandsma, M., R. Kolpack, T. Dickey, and B. Balcom, 1989, Simulated behavior of drilling mud discharges off southern California, Oceanic Processes in Marine Pollution, 6, 169-186, (RB)

(26) Rothschild, B.J., T.R. Osborn, T.D. Dickey, and D.M. Farmer, 1989, The physical basis for recruitment variability in fish populations, Journal du Conseil Intern. de l’Explor. de la Mer, 45, 136-145. (R)

(27) Siegel, D.A., T.D. Dickey, L. Washburn, M.K. Hamilton, and B.G. Mitchell, 1989, Optical determination of particulate abundance and production variations in the oligotrophic ocean, Deep-Sea Res., 36, 211-222. (R)

(28) Washburn, L., D.A. Siegel, T.D. Dickey, and M.K. Hamilton, 1989, Isopycnal mixing and the distribution of optical properties across the North Pacific Subtropical Front, Deep-Sea Res., 36, 1607-1620. (R)

(29) Marra, J., R.R. Bidigare, and T.D. Dickey, 1990, Nutrients and mixing, chlorophyll, and phytoplankton growth, Deep-Sea Res., 37, 127-143. (R)

(30) Bidigare, R.R., J. Marra, T.D. Dickey, R. Iturriaga, K.S. Baker, R.C. Smith, and H. Pak, 1990, Evidence for phytoplankton succession and chromatic adaptation in the Sargasso Sea during springtime 1985, Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 60, 113-122. (R)

(31) Siegel, D.A., T.C. Granata, A.F. Michaels, and T.D. Dickey, 1990, Mesoscale eddy diffusion, particle sinking, and the interpretation of sediment trap data, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 5305-5311. (R)

(32) Siegel, D.A., R. Iturriaga, R.R. Bidigare, R.C. Smith, H. Pak, T.D. Dickey, J. Marra, and K.S. Baker, 1990, Meridional variations of the springtime phytoplankton community in the Sargasso Sea, J. Mar. Res., 48, 379-412. (R)

(33) Jones, B., A. Bratkovich, T. Dickey, G. Kleppel, A. Steele, R. Iturriaga, and I. Haydock, 1990, Variability of physical, chemical, and biological parameters in the vicinity of an ocean outfall plume, Stratified Flows, 877-890. (RB)

(34) Dickey, T.D., 1990, Physical-optical-biological scales relevant to recruitment in large marine ecosystems, Large Marine Ecosystems: Patterns, Processes, and Yields, 82-98. (RB)

(35) Alldredge, A.L., T.C. Granata, C.C. Gotshalk, and T.D. Dickey, 1990, The physical strength of marine snow and its implications for particle disaggregation processes in the ocean, Limnol. Oceanogr., 35, 1415-1428. (R)

(36) Hamilton, M., T.C. Granata, T.D. Dickey, J.D. Wiggert, D.A. Siegel, J. Marra, and C. Langdon, 1990, Diel variations of bio-optical properties in the Sargasso Sea, Proc. Ocean Optics X, 214-224. (UR)

(37) Dickey, T., T. Granata, M. Hamilton, J. Wiggert, J. Marra, C. Langdon, and D.A. Siegel, 1990, Time series observations of bio-optical properties in the upper layer of the Sargasso Sea, Proc. Ocean Optics X, 202-213. (UR)

(38) Dickey, T.D. and D.V. Manov, 1991, Moored systems for time series observations of bio-optical and physical variability in the coastal zone, Proc. of Seventh Symp. on Coastal and Ocean Management, 86-100. (UR)

(39) Marra, J., T. Dickey, and J. Mueller, 1991, Global survey of bio-optical properties, EOS, 72, 577, 581. (UR)

(40) Granata, T.C. and T.D. Dickey, 1991, The fluid mechanics of copepod feeding in a turbulent flow: a theoretical approach, Prog. Oceanogr., 26, 243-261. (R)

(41) Dickey, T., J. Marra, T. Granata, C. Langdon, M. Hamilton, J. Wiggert, D. Siegel, and A. Bratkovich, 1991, Concurrent high resolution bio-optical and physical time series observations in the Sargasso Sea during the spring of 1987, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 8643-8663. (R)

(42) Dickey, T., 1991, The emergence of concurrent high resolution physical and bio-optical measurements in the upper ocean and their applications, Rev. of Geophys., 29, 383-413. (R)

(43) Stramska, M. and T.D. Dickey, 1992, Short-term variations of the bio-optical properties of the ocean in response to cloud-induced irradiance fluctuations, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 5713-5721. (R)

(44) Marra, J., T. Dickey, W.S. Chamberlin, C. Ho, T. Granata, D.A. Kiefer, C. Langdon, R. Smith, R. Bidigare, and M. Hamilton, 1992, Estimation of seasonal primary production from moored optical sensors in the Sargasso Sea, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 7399-7412. (R)

(45) Stramska, M. and T.D. Dickey, 1992, Variability of bio-optical properties in the upper ocean associated with diel cycles in phytoplankton population, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 17,873-17,887. (R)

(46) Washburn, L., B.H. Jones, A. Bratkovich, T.D. Dickey, and M.-S. Chen, 1992, Mixing, dispersion, and resuspension in the vicinity of an ocean wastewater plume, J. Hydraul. Eng., 118, 38-58. (R)

(47) Dickey, T., T. Granata, J. Marra, C. Langdon, J. Wiggert, Z. Chai-Jochner, M. Hamilton, J. Vazquez, M. Stramska, R. Bidigare, and D. Siegel, 1993, Seasonal variability of bio-optical and physical properties in the Sargasso Sea, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 865-898. (R)

(48) Dickey, T.D., R.H. Douglass, D. Manov, and D. Bogucki, 1993, An experiment in duplex communication with a multi-variable moored system in coastal waters, J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech, 10, 637-644. (R)

(49) Granata, T., T. Dickey, M. Estrada, and A. Castellon, 1993, Estimates of local vorticity in mesoscale systems, Mixing in Geophysical Flows, 71-82. (RB)

(50) Stramska, M. and T. Dickey, 1993, Phytoplankton bloom and the vertical thermal structure of the upper ocean, J. Mar. Res., 51, 819-842. (R)

(51) Wiggert, J., T. Dickey, and T. Granata, 1993, The effect of temporal undersampling on primary production estimates, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 3361-3371. (R)

(52) Dickey, T.D., T.C. Granata, and I. Taupier-Letage, 1993, Automated in situ observations of upper ocean biogeochemistry, bio-optics, and physics and their potential use for global studies, Proc. of the Ocean Climate Data Workshop, 317-352. (UR)

(53) Dickey, T., 1993, Technology and related developments for interdisciplinary global studies, Sea Technology, August 1993, 47-53. (UR)

(54) Dickey, T. and D. Siegel (Eds.), 1993, U.S. JGOFS Planning Report: Bio-optics in U.S. JGOFS, U.S. JGOFS Planning and Coordination Office, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 180 pp. (PR)

(55) Dickey, T. (Ed.), 1993, GLOBEC Report No. 3, Sampling and Observing Systems, GLOBEC International, Chesapeake Biological Laboratory, 99 pp. (PR)

(56) Dickey, T., D. Manov, R. Weller, and D. Siegel, 1994, Determination of longwave heat flux at the air-sea interface using measurements from buoy platforms, J. Atmos. and Ocean. Tech., 11, 1057-1078. (R)

(57) Stramska, M. and T. Dickey, 1994, Modeling phytoplankton dynamics in the northeast Atlantic during the initiation of the spring bloom, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 10,241-10,253. (R)

(58) Dickey, T., J. Marra, M. Stramska, C. Langdon, T. Granata, R. Weller, A. Plueddemann, and J. Yoder, 1994, Bio-optical and physical variability in the sub-arctic North Atlantic Ocean during the spring of 1989, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 22,541-22,556. (R)

(59) Bogucki, D, A. Domaradzki, R. Zaneveld, and T. Dickey, 1994, Light scattering induced by turbulent flow, Proc. Ocean Optics XII, 247-255. (UR)

(60) Plueddemann, A.J., R.A. Weller, M. Stramska, T.D. Dickey, and J. Marra, 1995, The vertical structure of the upper ocean during the Marine Light-Mixed Layer experiment, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 6605-6619. (R)

(61) Stramska, M., T. Dickey, J. Marra, A. Plueddemann, C. Langdon, and R. Weller, 1995, Bio-optical variability associated with phytoplankton dynamics in the North Atlantic, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 6621-6632. (R)

(62) Granata, T., J. Wiggert, and T. Dickey, 1995, Trapped near-inertial waves and enhanced chlorophyll distributions , J. Geophys. Res., 100, 20,793-20,804. (R)

(63) Roman, M.R., H.G. Dam, A.L. Gauzens, J. Urban-Rich, D.G. Foley, and T.D. Dickey, 1995, Zooplankton variability on the equator at 140° W during the JGOFS EqPac study, Deep-Sea Res. II, 42, 673-693. (R)

(64) Dickey, T. and B.H. Jones, 1996, A decade of interdisciplinary process studies, Proc. Ocean Optics XIII, 254-259. (UR)

(65) Dickey, T., 1996, Emerging technologies in biological, chemical, optical, and physical sampling of the ocean, International Workshop on Biological and Chemical Data Management, Hamburg, Germany. (UR)

(66) Petrenko, A.A., B.H. Jones, T.D. Dickey, and P.J.W. Roberts, 1996, Comparison of near-field dilutions from in situ measurements and simulated dilutions at the Sand Island, HI sewage outfall plume, Proc. of the N. Amer. Water and Environ. Cong. (UR)

(67) Rudnick, D.L., R.A. Weller, C.C. Eriksen, T.D. Dickey, J. Marra, and C. Langdon, 1997, Moored instruments weather Arabian Sea monsoons yield data, EOS, 78, 117, 120-121. (UR)

(68) Bogucki, D., T. Dickey, and L. Redekopp, 1997, Sediment resuspension and mixing through resonantly-generated internal solitary waves, J. Phys. Oceanogr., 27, 1181-1196. (R)

(69) Robinson, A.R. and T.D. Dickey (Eds.), 1997, An Advanced Modeling/Observation System (AMOS) for Physical-Biological-Chemical Ecosystem Research and Monitoring, GLOBEC International Special Contributions, No. 2. (PR)

(70) Dickey, T.D., D. Frye, H.W. Jannasch, E. Boyle, and A.H. Knap, 1997, Bermuda sensor system testbed, Sea Technology, April, 81-86. (UR)

(71) Petrenko, A.A., B.H. Jones, T.D. Dickey, M. LeHaitre, and C. Moore, 1997, Effects of a sewage plume on the biology, optical characteristics, and particle size distributions of coastal waters, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 25,061-25,071. (R)

(72) Dickey, T., 1997, Emerging interdisciplinary technologies in biological, chemical, optical, and physical sampling of the oceans, NOAA Technical Report NESDIS 87, 115-124. (UR)

(73) Dickey, T., 1997, Uses of offshore platforms, Role of Offshore Platforms in Environmental and Coastal Research, 50 pp., Nansen Environmental and Remote Sensing Center and the University of Bergen. (UR)

(74) Foley, D.G., T.D. Dickey, M.J. McPhaden, R.R. Bidigare, M.R. Lewis, R.T Barber, S.T. Lindley, C. Garside, D.V. Manov, and J.D. McNeil, 1997, Longwaves and primary production in the central equatorial Pacific at 0, 140° W, Deep-Sea Res. II, 44, 1801-1826. (R)

(75) Dickey, T., A. Plueddemann, and R. Weller, 1998, Current and water property measurements in the coastal ocean, The Sea, Chapter 14, 367-398. (RB)

(76) Dickey, T., D. Frye, J. McNeil, D. Manov, N. Nelson, D. Sigurdson, H. Jannasch, D. Siegel, T. Michaels, and R. Johnson, 1998, Upper-ocean temperature response to Hurricane Felix as measured by the Bermuda Testbed Mooring, Mon. Weather Rev., 126, 1195-1201. (R)

(77) Petrenko, A.A., B.H. Jones, and T.D. Dickey, 1998, Shape and near-field dilution of the Sand Island sewage plume: observations compared to model results, J. Hydraul. Eng., 124, 565-571. (R)

(78) Dickey, T., D. Frye, H. Jannasch, E. Boyle, D. Manov, D. Sigurdson, J. McNeil, M. Stramska, A. Michaels, N. Nelson, D. Siegel, G. Chang, J. Wu, and A. Knap, 1998, Initial results from the Bermuda Testbed Mooring Program, Deep-Sea Res. I, 45, 771-794. (R)

(79) Stramska, M. and T.D. Dickey, 1998, Short-term variability of the underwater light field in the oligotrophic ocean in response to surface waves and clouds, Deep-Sea Res. I, 45, 1393-1410. (R)

(80) Dickey, T., J. Marra, D.E. Sigurdson, R.A. Weller, C.S. Kinkade, S.E. Zedler, J.D. Wiggert, and C. Langdon, 1998, Seasonal variability of bio-optical and physical properties in the Arabian Sea: October 1994 – October 1995, Deep-Sea Res. II, 45, 2001-2025. (R)

(81) Dickey, T.D., G.C. Chang, Y.C. Agrawal, A.J. Williams, 3rd, and P.S. Hill, 1998, Sediment resuspension in the wakes of Hurricanes Edouard and Hortense, Geophys. Res. Lett., 25, 3533-3536. (R)

(82) McGillicuddy, D.J., A.R. Robinson, D.A. Siegel, H.W. Jannasch, R. Johnson, T.D. Dickey, J.D. McNeil, A.F. Michaels, and A.H. Knap, 1998, Influence of mesoscale eddies on new production in the Sargasso Sea, Nature, 394, 263-266. (R)

(83) Chang, G.C. and T.D. Dickey, 1998, High temporal resolution spectral absorption measurements during the Coastal Mixing and Optics experiment, Proc. Ocean Optics XIV, Kona, Hawaii. (UR)

(84) Dickey, T., N. Bates, R. Byrne, F. Chavez, R. Feely, C. Moore, and R. Wanninkhof, 1998, Report of the First Ocean-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments (O-SCOPE) Workshop, Report of the First Ocean-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments (O-SCOPE). (WR)

(85) G. Chang, Dickey, T., J. McNeil, M. Levine, L. Redekopp, D. Bogucki, and T. Boyd, 1998, Internal solitary waves and optical variability during the Coastal Mixing and Optics experiment, Proc. Ocean Optics XIV, Kona, Hawaii. (UR)

(86) Marra, J., T.D. Dickey, C. Ho, C.S. Kinkade, D.E. Sigurdson, R.A. Weller, and R.T. Barber, 1998, Variability in primary production as observed from moored sensors in the central Arabian Sea in 1995, Deep-Sea Res. II, 45, 2253-2267. (R)

(87) Dickey, T., R. Feely, R. Wanninkhof, F. Chavez, N. Bates, R. Byrne, E. Kaltenbacher, and C. Moore, 1999, Report of the Second Ocean-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments (O-SCOPE) Workshop, Report of the Second Ocean-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments (O-SCOPE). (WR)

(88) McNeil, J.D., H.W. Jannasch, T. Dickey, D. McGillicuddy, M. Brzezinski, and C.M. Sakamoto, 1999, New chemical, bio-optical, and physical observations of upper ocean response to the passage of a mesoscale eddy off Bermuda, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 15,537-15,548. (R)

(89) Chang, G.C. and T.D. Dickey, 1999, Partitioning in situ total spectral absorption by use of moored spectral absorption-attenuation meters, Appl. Opt., 38, 3876-3887. (R)

(90) Kinkade, C.S., J. Marra, T.D. Dickey, C. Langdon, D.E. Sigurdson, and R. Weller, 1999, Diel bio-optical variability in the Arabian Sea as observed from moored sensors, Deep-Sea Res. II, 46, 1813-1832. (R)

(91) Chang, G.C. and T.D. Dickey, 1999, Preliminary observations of optical variability associated with internal solitary waves during the Coastal Mixing and Optics experiment, WHOI/ONR Internal Solitary Wave Workshop, T.F. Duda and D.M. Farmer (Eds.), Woods Hole Technical Report. (UR)

(92) Dickey, T., S. Ackleson, R. Arnone, P. Bissett, J. Donovan, S. Glenn, W. Hou, W. McBride, O. Schofield, J. Smart, and W. Snyder, 1999, Report of the First HyCODE Data Management and Distribution Workshop, Report of the First HyCODE Data Management and Distribution Workshop. (WR)

(93) Griffiths, G., R. Davis, C. Eriksen, D. Frye, P. Marchand, and T. Dickey, 1999, Towards new platform technology for sustained observations, OCEAN OBS 99, Intern. Conf. on the Ocean Observing System for Climate, Saint-Raphael, France. (UR)

(94) Robinson, A.R., J.G. Bellingham, C. Chryssostomidis, T.D. Dickey, E. Levine, N. Petrikalakis, D.L. Porter, B.J. Rothschild, H. Schmidt, K. Sherman, D.V. Holliday, and D.K. Atwood, 1999, Real-time forecasting of the multidisciplinary coastal ocean with the Littoral Ocean Observing and Predicting System (LOOPS), Proceedings of the Third Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction Processes, New Orleans, LA, American Meteorological Society. (UR)

(95) Robinson, A.R., J. Bellingham, T. Dickey, A. Gangopadhyay, D.V. Holliday, E. Levine, D. Porter, and K. Sherman, 1999, LOOPS Massachusetts Bay Sea trial preliminary data report and data inventory: August – October 1998, LOOPS MBST-98 Data Report, Harvard University, Boston, MA. (DR)

(96) Send, U., R. Weller, S. Cunningham, C. Eriksen, T. Dickey, M. Kawabe, R. Lukas, M. McCartney, and S. Osterhus, 1999, Oceanographic time-series observatories, Intern. Conf. on the Ocean Observing System for Climate, Saint-Raphael, France, October 18-22. (UR)

(97) Dickey, T., 1999, Recent advances in interdisciplinary technologies, Intern. Conf. on the Ocean Observing System for Climate, Saint-Raphael, France, October 18-22. (UR)

(98) Griffiths, G., A. Knap, and T. Dickey, 2000, The autonomous vehicle validation experiment, Sea Tech., 41(2), 35-45. (UR)

(99) Petrenko, A.A., B.H. Jones, T.D. Dickey, and P. Hamilton, 2000, Internal tidal effects on sewage plume near Sand Island, HI, Cont. Shelf Res., 20, 1-13. (R)

(100) Wiggert, J., T. Granata, T. Dickey, and J. Marra, 1999, A seasonal succession of physical-biological interaction mechanisms in the Sargasso Sea, J. Mar. Res., 57, 933-966. (R)

(101) 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. (R)

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

(103) Wiggert, J., B. Jones, T. Dickey, K. Brink, R. Weller, J. Marra, and L.A. Codispoti, 2000, The northeast monsoon’s impact on mixing, phytoplankton biomass, and nutrient cycling in the Arabian Sea, Deep-Sea Res. II, 47, 1353-1385. (R)

(104) Dickey, T., 2000, Emerging interdisciplinary technologies and their potential utilization in the Global Ocean Observing System, Oceanology 2000, Brighton, UK, March. (UR)

(105) Tokar, J.M. and T.D. Dickey, 2000, Chemical sensor technology – Current and future applications, Chemical Sensors in Oceanography, Gordon and Breach Scientific Publishers, Amsterdam, 303-329. (RB)

(106) T. Dickey, 2000, Interdisciplinary observations from moorings and autonomous underwater vehicles: recent advances and a look toward the future, The Eastern Mediterranean Climatic Transient, Its Origin, Evolution and Impact on the Ecosystem, CIESM Workshop Series, Trieste, Italy, 47-50. (UR)

(107) Gilboy, T.P., T.D. Dickey, D.E. Sigurdson, X. Yu, and D. Manov, 2000, An intercomparison of current measurements using a VMCM, an ADCP, and a recently developed acoustic current meter, J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 17, 561-574. (R)

(108) Chang, G., T. Dickey, O. Schofield, and P. Bissett, 2000, High temporal resolution optical and physical time series data: Coastal Mixing and Optics and LEO-15, Proc. Ocean Optics XV, Monte Carlo, Monaco, October. (UR)

(109) Dickey, T., N. Bates, R. Byrne, F. Chavez, R. Feely, C. Moore, and R. Wanninkhof, 2001, A Review of the NOPP Ocean-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments (O-SCOPE) Project, Fifth Symposium on Integrated Observing Systems, Proc. Amer. Met. Soc. (UR)

(110) Chang, G.C. and T.D. Dickey, 2001, Optical and physical variability on time-scales from minutes to the seasonal cycle on the New England shelf: July 1996 – June 1997, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 9435-9453. (R)

(111) Griffiths, G., R. Davis, C. Eriksen, D. Frye, P. Marchand, T. Dickey, and R. Weller, 2001, Towards new platform technology for sustained observations, Observing the Ocean for Climate in the 21st Century, C.J. Koblinsky and N.R. Smith (Eds.), GODAE, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia, Melbourne, Australia, 324-338. (RB)

(112) Dickey, T., S. Zedler, X. Yu, S.C. Doney, D. Frye, H. Jannasch, D. Manov, D. Sigurdson, J.D. McNeil, L. Dobeck, T. Gilboy, C. Bravo, D.A. Siegel, and N. Nelson, 2001, Physical and biogeochemical variability from hours to years at the Bermuda Testbed Mooring site: June 1994 – March 1998, Deep-Sea Res. II, 48, 2105-2131. (R)

(113) Chang, G.C., T.D. Dickey, and A.J. Williams III, 2001, Sediment resuspension on the Middle Atlantic Bight continental shelf during Hurricanes Edouard and Hortense: September 1996, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 9517-9531. (R)

(114) Boss, E., W.S. Pegau, W.D. Gardner, J.R.V. Zaneveld, A.H. Barnard, M.S. Twardowski, G.C. Chang, and T.D. Dickey, 2001, The spectral particulate attenuation in the bottom boundary layer of a continental shelf, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 9509-9516. (R)

(115) Dickey, T., 2001, Inherent optical properties and irradiance, Encyclopedia of Ocean Sciences, J.H. Steele, S.A. Thorpe, and K.K. Turekian (Eds.), Academic Press, Orlando, 1313-1323. (RB)

(116) Kinkade, C.S., J. Marra, T.D. Dickey, and R. Weller, 2001, An annual cycle of phytoplankton biomass in the Arabian Sea, 1994-1995, as determined by moored optical sensors, Deep-Sea Res. II, 48, 1285-1301. (R)

(117) Send, U., B. Weller, S. Cunningham, C. Eriksen, T. Dickey, M. Kawabe, R. Lukas, M. McCartney, and S. Osterhus, 2001, Oceanographic time series observatories, Observing the Ocean for Climate in the 21st Century, C.J. Koblinsky and N.R. Smith (Eds.), GODAE, Bureau of Meteorology, Australia, Melbourne, Australia, 376-390. (RB)

(118) Dickey, T.D. and A.J. Williams III, 2001, Interdisciplinary ocean process studies on the New England shelf , J. Geophys. Res., 106, 9427-9434. (R)

(119) Souza, A. J., T.D. Dickey, and G.C. Chang, 2001, Modelling water column structure and suspended particulate matter in the Middle Atlantic continental shelf during passage of Hurricanes Edouard and Hortense, J. Mar. Res., 59, 1021-1045. (R)

(120) Dickey, T., 2001, New technologies and their roles in advancing recent biogeochemical studies, Oceanography, 14(4), 108-120. (R)

(121) Dickey, T. and G. Chang, 2001, Recent advances and future visions: temporal variability of optical and bio-optical properties of the ocean, Oceanography, 14(3), 15-29. (R)

(122) Dickey, T., 2001, For observing world’s oceans: emerging sensors and systems, Sea Technology, 42(12), 10-16. (R)

(123) Dickey, T., 2001, Advances in autonomous biogeochemical observations, U.S. JGOFS Newsletter, June, 2001 (UR)

(124) Yu, X., T. Dickey, J. Bellingham, D. Manov, and K. Streilein, 2002, The application of autonomous underwater vehicles for interdisciplinary measurements in Massachusetts and Cape Cod Bays, Cont. Shelf Res., 22, 2225-2245. (R)

(125) Weller, R., A.S. Fischer, D.L. Rudnick, C.E. Eriksen, T. Dickey, J. Marra, C. Fox, and R. Leben, 2002, Moored observations of upper_ocean response to the monsoons in the Arabian Sea during 1994-1995, Deep Sea Res. II, 49, 2195-2230. (R)

(126) Zheng, X., T. Dickey, and G. Chang, 2002, Variability of the downwelling diffuse attenuation coefficient with consideration of inelastic scattering, Appl. Opt., 41(30), 6477-6488. (R)

(127) Chang, G.C., T.D. Dickey, O. Schofield, A.D. Weidemann, E. Boss, W.S. Pegau, M. Moline, and S.M. Glenn, 2002, Nearshore physical processes and bio-optical properties in the New York Bight, J. Geophys. Res., 107(C9), 3133, doi:10.1029/2001JC001018. (R)

(128) Dickey, T. and P. Falkowski, 2002, Solar energy and its biological-physical interactions in the sea, The Sea, Vol. 12, Ch. 10, A. R. Robinson, J. J. McCarthy, and B. J. Rothschild (Eds.), 401-440. (RB)

(129) Dickey, T., 2002, A vision of oceanographic instrumentation and technology in the early 21st century, Oceans 2020: Science for Future Needs, Ch. 10, J.G. Field, G. Hempl, and C.P. Summerhayes (Eds.), Island Press, Washington, DC, 209-254. (RB)

(130) Zedler, S.E., T.D. Dickey, S.C. Doney, J.F. Price, X. Yu, and G.L. Mellor, 2002, Analyses and simulations of the upper ocean’s response to Hurricane Felix at the Bermuda Testbed Mooring site: 13-23 August 1995, J. Geophys. Res., 107 (12), (2002), p. 25-1. doi:10.1029/2001JC00969,2002. (R)

(131) Jones, B. M. Noble, and T. Dickey, 2002, Hydrographic and particle distribution over the Palos Verdes continental shelf: spatial, seasonal, and diurnal variability, Cont. Shelf Res., 22(6-7), 945-965. (R)

(132) Chang, G.C. and T. Dickey, 2002, Optical impacts on solar transmission in coastal water, Ocean Optics XVI, Santa Fe. (UR)

(133) Introductory Remarks by T. Dickey, 2003, The Jerlov Award of the Oceanography Society as presented to Raymond C. Smith, November, 2002, Oceanography, 16(1), 30-31. (UR)

(134) Chang G., T. Dickey, E. Boss, C. D. Mobley and W. S. Pegau, 2003, Toward closure of upwelling radiance in coastal waters, Appl. Opt., 42(9), 1574-1582. (R)

(135) Dickey, T., 2003, Emerging ocean observations for interdisciplinary data assimilation systems, J. Mar. Syst., 40-41, 5-48. (RB)

(136) Glenn, S. and T. Dickey (eds.), 2003, Scientific Cabled Observations for Time-Series (SCOTS) Report, National Science Foundation Report, published by Consortium for Oceanographic Research and Education, 80pp. (RR)

(137) Dickey, T., C. Moore, and O-SCOPE Team, 2003, New sensors and systems for monitoring bio-optical and biogeochemical changes in the ocean, Sea Tech., 44(10), Oct., 2003, 17-24. (UR)

(138) Chang, G., T. Dickey, S. Jiang, D. Manov, and F. Spada, 2003, Optical Methods for Interdisciplinary Research in the Coastal Ocean, Recent Research Developments in Optics, eds, M. Kawasaki, N. Asgrriz, and R. Anthony, Research Signpost Publishing, Chapter 15, 249-270. (RB)

(139) Conte, M.H., T.D. Dickey, J.C. Weber, R. Johnson, and A. Knap, 2003, Transient physical forcing of pulsed export of bioreactive material to the deep Sargasso Sea, Deep Sea Res. I, 50(10-11), 1157-1187. (R)

(140) Chang, G.C. and T.D. Dickey, 2004, Coastal ocean optical influences on solar transmission and radiant heating rate, J. Geophys. Res., 109, C01020, doi:1029/2003JC001821. [This paper was chosen as a highlight paper for JGR as noted in EOS, Transactions of the American Geophysical Union]. (R)

(141) Babin, S.M., J.A. Carton, T.D. Dickey, and J.D. Wiggert, 2004, Satellite evidence of hurricane-induced phytoplankton blooms in the oceanic desert, J. Geophys. Res., 109, C3, C03043, doi:1029/2003JC001938. (R)

(142) Manov, D., G. Chang, and T. Dickey, 2004, Methods for reducing biofouling on moored optical sensors, J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 957-967, 2004. (R)

(143) Kuwahara, V.S., P.G. Strutton, T.D. Dickey, M.R. Abbott, R. Letelier, M.R. Lewis, S. McLean, F.P. Chavez, A. Barnard, and J.R. Morrison, 2004, Radiometric and bio-optical measurements from moored and drifting buoys: measurements and data analysis protocols, Ocean Optics Protocols for Satellite Ocean Color Validation, Vol. IV, NASA Tech. Rep. Series. (UR)

(144) Glenn, S., O. Schofield, T.D. Dickey, R. Chant, J. Kohut, H. Barrier, J. Bosch, L. Bowers, E. Creed, C. Halderman, E. Hunter, J. Kerfoot, C. Mudgal, M. Oliver, H. Roarty, E. Romana, M. Crowley, D. Barrick, and C. Jones, 2004, The expanding role of ocean color and optics in the changing field of operational oceanography, Oceanography 17(2), 86-95. (R)

(145) Dickey, T., 2004, Studies of coastal ocean dynamics and processes using emerging optical techologies, Oceanography, 17(2), 9-13. (R)

(146) Bissett, W.P., R.A. Arnone, C.O. Davis, T.D. Dickey, D. Dye, D.D.R. Kohler, and R.W. Gould, Jr., 2004, From meters to kilometers: A look at ocean-color scales of variablity, spatial coherence, and the need for fine-scale remote sensing in coastal ocean optics, Oceanography, 17(2), 32-43. (R)

(147) Chang, G., K. Mahoney, A. Briggs-Whitmore, D.D.R. Kohler, C.D. Mobley, M. Lewis, M.A. Moline, E. Boss, M. Kim, W. Philpot, and T.D. Dickey, 2004, The new age of hyperspectral oceanography, Oceanography, 17(2), 16-23. (R)

(148) Schofield, O., R.A. Arnone, W.P. Bissett, T.D. Dickey, C.O. Davis, Z. Finkel, M. Oliver, and M.A. Moline, 2004, Watercolors in the coastal zone: What can we see?, Oceanography, 17(2), 24-31. (R)

(149) Dickey, T., 2004, Exploration of biogeochemical temporal variability, The Ocean Carbon Cycle and Climate, NATO Advanced Study Institute Series, eds. M. Follows and T. Oguz, Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands, 149-188. (RB)

(150) Souza, A.J., L.G. Alvarez, and T.D. Dickey, 2004, Tidally induced turbulence and suspended sediment, Geophys. Res. Lett., 31, L20309, doi: 10.1029/2004 GL021186 (R)

(151) Dickey, T.D. and R.R. Bidigare, 2005, Interdisciplinary oceanographic observations: the wave of the future, Scientia Marina, 69(Suppl. 1), 23-42 (R)

(152) Honda, M.C., H. Kawakami, K. Sasaoka, S. Watanabe, and T. Dickey, Quick transport of primary produced organic carbon to the ocean interior, 2006, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, L166603, doi: 10.1029/2006GL026466 (R)

(153) Chang, G., T. Dickey, and M. Lewis, 2006, Toward a global ocean system for measurements of optical properties using remote sensing and in situ observations, Manual of Remote Sensing: Marine Environment, Chapter 9, J. Gower (Ed.), Vol. 7. (RB)

(154) Dickey, T.D., M.R. Lewis and G.C. Chang, 2006, Optical oceanography: recent advances and future directions using global remote sensing and in situ observations, Reviews of Geophysics, 44 (1), RG 1001, 10.1029/2003RG000148. (R)

(155) Chang, G.C., A.H. Barnard, S. McLean, P.J. Egli, C. Moores, J.R.V. Zaneveld, T.D. Dickey and A. Hanson, 2006, In situ optical variability and relationships in the Santa Barbara Channel: Implications for remote sensing, Applied Optics, 45 (15), 3593-3604. (R)

(156) Dickey, T, G. Chang, C. Moore, A. Hanson, D. Karl, D. Manov, F. Spada, D. Peters, J. Kemp, O. Schofield, and S. Glenn, 2006, The Bermuda Testbed Mooring and HALE-ALOHA Mooring programs: Innovative Deep-Sea Global Observations, Marine Technology Society.

(157) Dickey, T., 2006, The Jerlov Award presented to J. Ronald V. Zaneveld: Introductory remarks, Oceanography, 19(4), 194.

(158) Chamberlin, S. and T. Dickey, 2007, Exploring the World Ocean, McGraw-Hill, Boston, 394p. (RB)

(159) Jiang, S., T. Dickey, D. Steinberg and L. Madin, 2007, Temporal variability of zooplankton biomass from ADCP backscatter time series data at the Bermuda Testbed Mooring Site, Deep Sea Res. I, 54, 608-636. (R)

(160) Benitez-Nelson, C.R., R.R. Bidigare, T.D. Dickey, M.R. Landry, C. L. Leonard, S.L. Brown, F. Nencioli, Y.M. Rii, K. Maiti, J.W. Becker, T.S. Bibby, W. Black, W.-J. Cai, C. Carlson, F. Chen, V.S. Kuwahara, C. Mahaffey, P.M. McAndrew, P.D. Quay, M.S. Rapp, KE. Selph, M.P. Simmons, and E.J. Yang, 2007, Mesoscale eddies drive increased silica export in the subtropical Pacific ocean, Science, 316, 1017-1021. (R)

(161) Dickey, T., F. Nencioli, V. Kuwahara, C. Leonard, W. Black, R. Bidigare, S. Rii, and Q. Zhang, 2008, Physical and biological observations of cyclones in the lee of Maui and Hawaii, Deep-Sea Res. II, 55(10-13), 1195-1217. (R)

(162) Nencioli, F, V. Kuwahara, T. Dickey, R. Bidigare and S. Rii , 2008, Physical dynamics and biological implications of a mesoscale eddy in the lee of Hawaii: cyclone Opal observations during E-Flux III, Deep-Sea Res. II., 55(10-13), 1250-1274. (R)

(163) Kuwahara, V., F. Nencioli, T. Dickey, S. Rii and R. Bidigare, 2008, Physical Dynamics and Biological Implications of Cyclone Noah in the Lee of Hawaii during E-Flux I , Deep-Sea Res. II., 55(10-13), 1231-1251. (R)

(164) Rii, Y., S.L. Brown, F. Nencioli, V. Kuwahara, T. Dickey, D.M. Karl, and R.R. Bidigare, 2008, The transient oasis: Nutrient-phytoplankton dynamics and particle export in Hawaiian lee cyclones, Deep-Sea Res. II., 55(10-13), 1275-1290. (R)

(165) Black, W. J., and T. D. Dickey, 2008, Observations and Analyses of Upper Ocean Responses to Tropical Storms and Hurricanes in the Vicinity of Bermuda, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2007JC004358. (R)

(166) Kuwahara V., Chang, G., X. Zheng, T. Dickey and S. Jiang, 2008, Optical moorings-of-opportunity for validation of ocean color satellites, Journal of Oceanography, Vol. 64, 691-703. (R)

(167) Chang, G.C. and T.D. Dickey, 2008, Interdisciplinary sampling strategies for detection and characterization of harmful algal blooms, in Real-Time Coastal Observing Systems for Marine Ecosystem Dynamics and Harmful Algal Blooms: Theory, Instrumentation, and Modelling, eds. M. Babin, C.S. Roesler, and J.J. Cullen, UNESCO Publishing, Paris, 807pp. (RB)

(168) Dickey, T.D., E.C. Itsweire, M. Moline, and M.J. Perry, 2008, Introduction to the Limnology and Oceanography Special Issue on Autonomous and Lagrangian Platforms and Sensors (ALPS), Limnol. Oceanogr. 53(2), Part 2: 2057-2061.

(169) Dickey, T., 2009, Progress in multi-disciplinary sensing of the 4-dimensional ocean, SPIE, Orlando, FL, April 2009. (UR)

(170) Dickey, T., N. Bates, R. H. Byrne, G. Chang, F. P. Chavez, R. A. Feely, A. K. Hanson, D. M. Karl, D. Manov, C. Moore, C. L. Sabine, and R. Wanninkhof, 2009, The NOPP O-SCOPE and MOSEAN Projects, Advanced Sensing for Ocean Observing Systems, Oceanography, 22(2), 168-181.  (R)

(171) Lomas, M. W., Steinberg, D. K., Dickey, T., Carlson, C. A., Nelson, N. B., Condon, R. H., and Bates, N. R., 2009, Increased ocean carbon export in the Sargasso Sea is countered by its enhanced mesopelagic attenuation, Biogeosciences Discuss., 6, 9547-9582. (R)

(172) Dong, C., T. Mavor, F. Nencioli, S. Jiang, Y. Uchiyama, J. C. McWilliams, T. Dickey, M. Ondrusek, H. Zhang, and D. K. Clark, 2009, An oceanic cyclonic eddy on the lee side of Lanai Island, Hawai’i, J. Geophys. Res., 114, C10008, doi:10.1029/2009JC005346. (R)

(173) Honda, M.C., K. Sasaoka, H. Kawakami, K. Matsumoto, S. Watanabe, and T. Dickey, 2009, Application of underwater optical data to estimation of primary productivity, Deep-Sea Research I. (R)

(174) Nencioli, F., Chang, G., Twardowski,M. and T.D. Dickey, 2010, Optical characterization of an eddy-induced diatom bloom west of the Island of Hawaii, Biogeosciences, 7, 151-162. (R)

(175) Harris, R., L. Buckley, R. Campbell, S. Chiba, D. Costa, T. Dickey, X. Irigoien, T. Kirboe, C. Mollmann, M. Ohman, J. Runge, E. Saiz, and P. Wiebe, 2010, Marine Ecosystems and Global Change, eds. M. Barange, J. Field, R. Harris, E. Hofman, I. Perry, and F. Warner, Chapter 6 entitled “Dynamics of Marine Ecosystems: Observation and Experimentation,” pp. 129-178, Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK., (RB)

(176) Nencioli, F., C. Dong, T. Dickey, L. Washburn, and J.C. McWilliams, 2010, A vector geometry based eddy detection algorithm and its application to a high resolution numerical model product and high-frequency radar surface velocities in the Southern California Bight, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology. Vol. 27, No. 3, 564-579. (R)

(177) Dickey, T., G. Kattawar, and K. Voss (2011), Shedding new light on light in the ocean, Phys. Today, April 2011. (R)

(178) Dong, C., X. Lin, Y. Liu, F. Nencioli, Y. Chao, Y. Guan, D. Chen, T. Dickey, and J. C. McWilliams (2012), Three-dimensional ocean eddy analysis in the Southern California Bight from a numerical product,J. Geophys. Res., 117, C00H14, doi:10.1029/2011JC007354.

(179) Dickey, T., M. L. Banner, P. Bhandari, T. Boyd, L. Carvalho, G. Chang, Y. Chao, H. Czerski, M. Darecki, C. Dong, D. Farmer, S. Freeman, J. Gemmrich, P. Gernez, N. Hall-Patch, B. Holt, S. Jiang, C. Jones, G. Kattawar, D. LeBel, L. Lenain, M. Lewis, Y. Liu, L. Logan, D. Manov, K. Melville, M. A. Moline, R. Morison, F. Nencioli, S. Pegau, B. Reineman, I. Robbins R. Röttgers, H. Schultz, L. Shen, M. Shinki, M. Slivkoff, M. Sokólski, F. Spada, N. Statom, D. Stramski, P. Sutherland, M. Twardowski, S. Vagle, R. Van Dommelen, K. Voss, L. Washburn, J. Wei, H. Wijesekera, O. Wurl, D. Yang, S. Yildiz, Y. You, D. K. P. Yue, R. Zaneveld, and C. J. Zappa, 2012, Recent Advances in the Study of Optical Variability in the Near-surface and Upper Ocean, Special Volume J. Geophys. Res., 117, doi:10.1029/2012JC007964. (R)

(180) Zappa, C. J., M. L. Banner, H. Schultz, J. R. Gemmrich, R. P. Morison, D. A. LeBel, and T. Dickey, 2012, An overview of sea state conditions and air-sea fluxes during RaDyO, J. Geophys. Res., 117, C00H19, doi:10.1029/2011JC007336. (R)

(181) David Halpern, Eric Bayler, and Tommy Dickey, 2014, Ocean biology impacts on weather forecasting and El Nino prediction, CGMS Action 41.03. (UR)

(182) John F. Marra, Tommy D. Dickey, Albert J. Plueddemann, and Robert A. Weller, 2014, Moored observations and the critical depth hypothesis, ICES Journal of Marine Science, ICESJMS-2014-243.R1. (R)

**Over 30 Internal UCSB Ocean Physics Group Reports were also completed since 1996.

**OPL instrumentation has been shown on covers of Reviews of Geophysics, August 1991, March, 2006; Sea Technology, February 1997, June 2004; Backscatter, December 1999; Oceanography, June 2004; and UC Santa Barbara Today (also included as insert in Santa Barbara News Press), September 2000.

 

Presentations and Lectures since January 2004 (please see www.opl.ucsb.edu for previous presentations and lectures)

Month/Year

Title

Meeting Place

Jan./2004

“Recent and Future Technologies,” ORION (Invited)

San Juan, Puerto Rico

Jan./2004

Co-chair of session on global ocean observing systems American Geophysical Union Ocean Sciences Meeting

Portland, OR

Feb./2004

“The Multi-disciplinary Ocean Sensors for Environmental Analyses (MOSEAN) Program,” Dickey, T., A. Hanson, D. Karl, C. Moore, G. Chang, D. Manov, and F. Spada, AGU/ASLO

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2004

“A decade of high temporal resolution interdisciplinary observations using the Bermuda Testbed Mooring,” Dickey, T., AGU/ASLO (Invited)

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2004

“Optical characterization of phytoplankton blooms in the Santa Barbara Channel,” Chang, G.C., E.E. McPhee-Shaw, and T.D. Dickey, AGU/ASLO

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2004

“E-Flux: Physical Observation Plans,” Dickey. T. and OPL

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2004

“MOSEAN CHARM Review and Plans,” Dickey, T. and OPL

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2004

“MOSEAN HALE-ALOHA Review and Plans,” Dickey, T. and OPL

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2005

“Review of time series technologies,” DEOS/ORION Planning Meeting, Dickey, T, DEOS/ORION Steering Committee Meeting.

Santa Fe, NM

Mar./2004

“Review of interdisciplinary mooring time series for SCCOOS,” Dickey, T. , Southern California Coastal Ocean Observing System Workshop

Santa Barbara

Apr./2004

“Discussion of MFSTEP progress in 2003,” Dickey, T., Mediterranean Forecast System: Toward Environmental Prediction

Brest, France

Jun./2004

“The International Geosphere-Biosphere Program (IGBP) and biogeochemical measurements as part of GOOS,” Dickey, T., Ocean Observing Panel for Climate Steering Committee Meeting

Southampton, UK

Aug./2004

“Review of the MOSEAN program,” Dickey, T., National Science Foundation

Arlington, VA

Sep./2004

“Extreme and episodic events in the ocean: recent results and future studies,” Dickey, T., Bi-annual Challenger Society Meeting (Keynote Speaker)

Liverpool, UK

Sep./2004

“OceanSITES: Ocean Sustained Interdisciplinary Timeseries Environmental observational System,” Dickey, T., Scientific Committee on Ocean Research (SCOR)

Venice, Italy

Oct./2004

“Bio-optical relationships in the Santa Barbara Channel: implications for remote sensing,” Chang, G.C., T. Dickey, C. Moore, A. Barnard, R. Zaneveld, A. Hanson, and P. Egli, Ocean Optics XVII

Fremantle, Australia

Dec./2004

“Biological-physical interactions affected by extreme and episodic oceanic events,” Dickey, T., American Geophysical Union (Invited)

San Francisco

May/2005

“Towards autonomous biogeochemical
and bio-optical measurements,” Ocean Observing Panel for Climate (Invited),

Geneva, Switzerland

June/2005

“Interactive modeling and observational approaches for solving interdisciplinary problems,” Advances in Marine Ecosystem Modelling Research (AMEMR) Symposium (Invited),

Plymouth, UK

Auust/2005

“Physical observations during E-Flux III” E-Flux Workshop (Invited)

Santa Barbara, CA

Sept./2005

The future growth and use of interdisciplinary ocean observations

(Invited talk for WHOI’s 75th Anniversary)

Woods Hole, MA

Nov./2005

Overview of Ocean Physics Laboratory plans for the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Radiance and Dynamics in the Ocean

(RaDyO) program

Narragansett, RI

Feb./2006

Physical and bio-optical observations of cyclones in the lee of Hawaii during the E-Flux experiments, Dickey et al.

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

E-Flux: influences of cyclonic eddy activity on Planktonic food web dynamics and carbon export in the lee of Hawaii,

C. Benitez-Nelson et al.

Honolulu

Feb./2006

The SCCOOS shelf to shoreline observatory development Santa Barbara Channel mooring: an ongoing time series of currents, thermal structure, and optical properties of the water column over the

continental shelf, E.E. McPhee-Shaw et al.

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

Exploring the World Ocean: a new inquiry-based? tool for teaching 21st century oceanography, S. Chamberlin and T. Dickey

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

Physical and bio-optical observations of cyclone Noah (E-Flux I) in the lee of Hawaii, V. Kuwahara et al.

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

Physical and bio-optical observations of cyclone Opal (E-Flux III) in the lee of Hawaii, F. Nencioli et al.

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

Upper ocean response to Hurricane Fabian and Tropical Storm Harvey near Bermuda, W. Black and T. Dickey

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

Long-term monitoring of primary nutrient

concentrations in the coastal environment, P. Egli et al

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

Advection of detrital carbonate sediment to the deep ocean by passage of Hurricane Fabian over Bermuda, J. Weber et al.

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

Review of emerging technologies for OceanSITES

Honolulu, HI

Feb./2006

The HALE-ALOHA mooring program: toward cable connection

Honolulu, HI

Apr./2006

“Overview of Ocean Physics Laboratory plans for the Office of Naval Research (ONR) Radiance and Dynamics in the Ocean (RaDyO) program,” T. Dickey and G. Chang

La Jolla, CA

Apr. /2006

“Review of the Bermuda Testbed Mooring, HALE-ALOHA Mooring and ORION Programs,” Eulerian Observation Workshop, T. Dickey and O. Schofield (Invited)

Monaco

May/2006

“Interdisciplinary Time Series Observational Systems,” Ocean Observing Panel for Climate meeting, T.Dickey (Invited)

Tokyo

May 2006

“New Opportunities to observe and predict episodic and extreme events in the ocean,” T. Dickey and O. Schofield AGU (Invited Fellows Talk)

Baltimore

Aug./2006

“Overview of MOSEAN program,” T. Dickey et al.

Kona, Hawaii

Sept./2006

“The Bermuda Testbed Mooring and HALE-ALOHA Mooring Programs: Innovative Deep-Sea Global Observatories,”T. Dickey, G. Chang, O. Schofield, S. Glenn, D. Karl, D. Peters, J. Kemp, C. Moore, A. Hanson, D. Manov, and F. Spada (Invited)

Boston

Sept./2006

“Physical and bio-optical measurements during the E-Flux program,”F. Nencioli, V. Kuwahara, and T. Dickey (2 presentations)

San Diego

Oct./2006

The Radiance in a Dynamic Ocean (RaDyO) program,” T. Dickey, G. Chang, S. Ackleson,

M. Banner, T. Drake, T. Elfouhaily,

D. Farmer, J. Gemmrich, G. Kattawar, L. Lenain, M. Lewis, Y. Liu, S. McLean, K. Melville, R. Morison, S. Pegau, H. Schultz, L. Shen, D. Stramski, M. Twardowski, S. Vagle, L. Vincent, K. Voss, H. Wijesekera, D. Yue, R. Zaneveld, and C. Zappa

Montreal

Oct./2006

Optical closure in a coastal environment,” G. Chang, A. Whitmire, A. Barnard, J.R.V. Zaneveld, T. Dickey, and C. Moore

Montreal

Jan./2007

Interdisciplinary Oceanography: Recent advances using moored-buoy platforms,” V. Kuwahara and T. Dickey

Tokyo

Jun./2007

Physical oceanography of the Santa Barbara Channel,” T. Dickey and G. Chang

San Diego

Mar./2007

“Innovations in ocean optics for coastal and open ocean mooring applications,” V. Kuwahara, G. Chang, and D. Manov

Aberdeen, Scotland

Mar./2008

UCSB SIO Pier results,” G. Chang and T. Dickey

Orlando, FL

Nov./2008

Evolution of automated interdisciplinary time series measurements,” T. Dickey

San Diego

Jan./2009

An introduction to the Radiance in a Dynamic Ocean (RaDyO) Program,” T. Dickey and M. Lewis

Santa Barbara

Jan./2009

“Overview of climatologies:

winds, currents, hydrography and

optics for the Hawaiian Islands,” T. Dickey

Santa Barbara

Jan./2009

“High resolution time series observations

and modeling of radiance, optical properties

and physical processes as part of RaDyO,”

T. Dickey, G. Chang, S. Jiang,

D. Manov, F. Nencioli, and F. Spada

Santa Barbara

Mar./2009

Large environmental vortices: how hurricanes and eddies affect ocean biology and biochemistry,” T. Dickey

Fullerton College

Apr./2009

Progress in multi-disciplinarysensing in the

4-dimensional ocean.” T. Dickey

SPIE, Orlando, FL

Aug./2009

“Overview of the Radiance in a Dynamic Ocean (RaDyO) program,” preparation for the Hawaii field experiment

RaDyO Workshop/

Honolulu, HI.

Feb./2010

The Inspirational Life of Fridtjof Nansen – ‘The Daring Viking’, Invited

California Lutheran University Thousand Oaks, CA.

Feb./2010

The Inspirational Life of Fridtjof Nansen – ‘The Daring Viking’

UCSB, Santa Barbara.

Feb./2010

The Inspirational Life of Fridtjof Nansen – ‘The Daring Viking’

Nordhoff High School/ Ojai, CA.

Feb./2010

“The Radiance in a Dynamic Ocean (RaDyO) Program,” ONR Review

Portland, OR.

Feb./2010

“The Radiance in a Dynamic Ocean (RaDyO) Program”

Ocean Sciences Meeting/ Portland, OR.

Feb./2010

“Mesoscale Eddies Enhance Zooplankton Abundance and Carbon Export to the Deep Ocean in the North Western Sargasso Sea,” H. Smeti, S. Jiang, M. Conte, T. Dickey

Ocean Sciences Meeting/ Portland, OR.

Feb./2010

A Comparison of the Observed and Simulated Upper Ocean Response toHurricane Passage in the Subtropical Atlantic Ocean,” J. Sirak, K. Park, T. Dickey

Ocean Sciences Meeting/ Portland, OR.

Feb./2010

“A Vector Geometry Based Eddy Detection Algorithm and Its Application to a High-resolution Numerical Model Product and High-frequency Radar Surface Velocities in the Southern California Bight,” F. Nencioli, C. Dong, T. Dickey, J. McWilliams, L. Washburn

Ocean Sciences Meeting/ Portland, OR.

Sept./2010

“Toward the understanding and prediction of optics near the ocean surface,” (Invited)

Ocean Optics XX, Anchorage, AK

Feb./2011

“Roald Amundsen: Pole to Pole Norwegian Explorer”

California Lutheran University

Aug./2011

“The Inspirational Life of Fridtjof Nansen – ‘The Daring Viking”

George Kattawar Symposium

Texas A&M

Feb./2011

“Tsunamis: Understanding and Preparing for the Ocean’s Fury”

Nordhoff High School,

Ojai, CA

Aug./2012

“Progress in Multi-disciplinary Sensing in the 4-dimensional Ocean” Keynote address

University of Southern California

Feb./2013

“Chasing Ocean Eddies and Pyrenean Sheep!”

UCSB

May/2013

“Progress in Multi-disciplinary Sensing in the 4-Dimensional Ocean”

UCSB

May/2013

“Vortices: Here, There, and Everywhere”

Nordhoff High School,

Ojai, CA

September/2013

“Toward the Understanding and Prediction of Optical Variability in the Ocean,”

UCSB Climate Seminar Series

March/2014

“Global Time Series,” Review of the NSF Ocean Observatory Initiative,”

Honolulu, HI (presented with input from Robert Weller)

April/2014

“Big Flippin’ Wave Science,”

Nordhoff High School Ojai, CA

April/2014

“Brave Alaskan gold rush dogs”

Spatial 3-minute talks, UCSB

May/2014

“Brave Alaskan gold rush dogs”

Ventura County Dog Fanciers Association, Camarillo, CA

January/2015

“The Polar Bears of Churchill”

Ventura County Dog Fanciers Association, Camarillo, CA

Feb/2015

“Polar Bears and Great Pyrenees”

UCSB Spatial Talks

Mar/2015

“Polar Bears”

Nordhoff High School Ojai, CA

May/2015

“Polar Bears”

Meiners Oaks Library

May/2015

“Polar Bears”

UCSB GEOG. Club

May/2015

“Polar Bears”

Ojai Library

May/2015

“Polar Bears”

UCSB GEOG. Collog.

May/2015

“Radio Interview UCSB’s ”Meat the Mentor

UCSBRadio Stat. KCSB

June/2015

“Polar Bears”

KCSB the Gables, KCSB

Nov./2015

“Polar Bears”

El Montecito School Geog. Week Talk

Feb./2016

“Career Panel”

UCSB EEMB Class 142b

Feb./2016

“Panel for grad school – W.E.B. DuBois Event

UCSB

Feb./2016

“The Iditarod

UCSB Spatial Talks

At-sea Experience: 150 research cruises have been conducted in study areas including the North Pacific Ocean, North Atlantic Ocean, Mediterranean Sea, Equatorial Pacific Ocean, and Arabian Sea. Only research cruises from September 2003 – September 2009 are shown below.

Ship

Yr

Agency

Experiment

Location

No.

R/V Weatherbird II

2003

NSF/ONR

Bermuda Testbed Mooring

Bermuda

1

R/V Sproul

2003

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

1

R/V Sproul

2004

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

2

R/V Pt. Sur

2004

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

1

R/V Weatherbird II

2004

NSF/ONR

Bermuda Testbed Mooring

Bermuda

5

R/V Ka’imikai-O-Kanaloa

2004

NOPP

MOSEAN

Hawaii

3

R/V Ka’imikai-O-Kanaloa

2004

NSF

E-Flux

Hawaii

1

R/V Wecoma

2005

NSF

E-Flux

Hawaii

2

R/V Sproul

2005

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

1

R/V Kilo Moana

2005

NOPP

MOSEAN

Hawaii

2

R/V Weatherbird II

2005

NSF/ONR

Bermuda Testbed Mooring

Bermuda

4

R/V Pt. Sur

2005

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

4

R/V Pt. Sur

2006

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

3

R/V Sproul

2006

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

1

R/V Kilo Moana

2006

NOPP

MOSEAN

Hawaii

5

R/V Atlantic Explorer

2006

NSF/ONR

Bermuda Testbed Mooring

Bermuda

2

R/V Kilo Moana

2007

NOPP

MOSEAN

Hawaii

1

R/V Sproul

2007

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

1

R/V Sproul

2008

NOPP

MOSEAN

SB Channel

1

R/V Kilo Moana

2008

ONR

RaDyO

SB Channel

1

R/P FLIP

2008

ONR

RaDyO

SB Channel

1

R/V Kilo Moana

2009

ONR

RaDyO

Hawaii

1

R/P FLIP

2009

ONR

RaDyO

Hawaii

1

 

Contracts and Grants [Note: Approximately $21 million have been received in contracts and grants since 1979, with about $15 million of the total received since 1996]

1979-1996:

T. Dickey, A numerical model to assess the dilution and mixing of formation water discharged into the marine environment, Minerals Management Service, July 1979 – December 1979, $12,000.

T. Dickey, A numerical model of the bottom boundary layer and sediment transport on the continental shelf, National Science Foundation, July 1980 -December 1981, $27,000.

T. Dickey, D. Hammond, and J. Kremer, Gas exchange rates at the air-sea interface in coastal waters, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, October 1980 – September 1982, $86,000.

B. Jones and T. Dickey, Physical and chemical oceanography associated with an outfall, Los Angeles County, 1983 – 1984, $13,000.

T. Dickey, Analysis and modeling of data taken during the Optical Dynamics Experiment, Office of Naval Research, 1983 – 1984, $101,000.

T. Dickey and A. Bratkovich, A study of optical and physical variability in the open ocean, Office of Naval Research, 1984 – 1986, $380,000.

B. Jones, A. Bratkovich, and T. Dickey, Physical and chemical oceanographic variability in the region near the Los Angeles County White’s Point outfall, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, 1984 – 1986, $130,000.

T. Dickey and B. Pipkin, Oceanographic teaching, IBM grant for innovative teaching using computers, 1984 – 1985, $25,000.

T. Dickey and A. Bratkovich, Physical and bio-optical oceanographic measurements at Scripps Canyon, Office of Naval Research, Oct. 1985 – Sept.1986, $55,000.

T. Dickey, Instrumentation for the Biowatt physical and bio-optical mooring experiments, DoD University Research Initiative Program, July 1986 – June1987, $205,000.

T. Dickey and L. Washburn, Optical and physical variability in the open ocean, Office of Naval Research, January 1987 – December 1988, $163,000.

T. Dickey, An acceleration for: Observations and modeling for the Biowatt program, Office of Naval Research, May 1988 – September 1988, $35,000.

T. Dickey, Observations and modeling for the Biowatt program, Office of Naval Research, Oct. 1986 – Sept. 1989, $650,000.

T. Dickey (with T. Granata), Laboratory studies of turbulence and marine aggregates, Office of Naval Research (under subcontract from UC Santa Barbara), June 1988 – December 1990, $17,000.

T. Dickey, Development and testing of a longwave radiation sensor for deployment from ships and buoys (in conjunction with the NSF sponsored World Ocean Circulation Experiment, WOCE), National Science Foundation, October 1987 – September 1990, $489,000.

T. Dickey, An acceleration for: Observations and modeling for the Biowatt program, Office of Naval Research, October 1988 – September 1990, $240,000.

T. Dickey, An enhancement to contract no. N00014-89-J-1498: An acceleration for ‘Observations and modeling for the Biowatt program’, ONR, July 1990 – December 1990, $50,173.

T. Dickey, Observations and modeling for the Marine Light in the Mixed Layer (MLML) program, Office of Naval Research, October 1990 – September 1993, $280,000.

T. Dickey, High resolution biogeochemical and physical time series measurements in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, NOAA Climate and Global Change Program, January 1991 – December 1992, $280,000.

T. Dickey, High resolution biogeochemical and physical time series measurements as part of JGOFS, NSF, June 1991 – December 1992, $100,000.

T. Dickey, Temporal evolution of particulate distribution in the vicinity of an ocean outfall as forced by physical and biological processes, NOAA, October 1990 – September 1993, $128,495.

T. Dickey, Biological response associated with mesoscale hydrodynamical structures in the western Mediterranean: Instrumentation development and planning for a major field experiment, NSF, May 1992 – April 1994, $13,350 [A French companion proposal by Dr. Isabelle Taupier-Letage of IFREMER was funded and the work was done in collaboration].

B. Jones and T. Dickey, The bottom boundary layer and sediment re-exposure on the Palos Verdes continental shelf, NOAA, April 1992 – August 1994, $330,177.

T. Dickey, An incremental increase for the project: High resolution biogeochemical and physical time series measurements in the equatorial Pacific Ocean, NOAA climate and Global Change Program, February 1993 – January 1994, $69,516.

T. Dickey (Project Lead-PI), Development of a testbed mooring program for interdisciplinary measurement systems, NSF, July 1993 – June 1996, $200,000.

T. Dickey, J.A. Domaradzki, and R. Zaneveld, Light scattering induced by turbulent flow- a numerical model, Office of Naval Research, Oct. 1993 – Sept. 1995, $65,000.

B. Jones, and T. Dickey, Plume initial dilution and dispersion in Mamala Bay, Hawaii, Mamala Bay Study Commission, Apr. 1994 – Sept. 1995, $310,000.

T. Dickey, A model of coupled biological and physical processes in the equatorial Pacific during the 1991-1992 ENSO event, NASA, Sept. 1993-Aug. 1996, $66,000.

T. Dickey, Optical measurements from moorings in support of SeaWiFS, NASA, April 1994 – March 1997, $480,000.

More Recent Grants and Contracts

Years

Source and Title

Amount

P.I. Status

94-98

ONR, High resolution time series observations of bio-optical/physical variability in the Arabian Sea

$1,010,000

PI

95-00

ONR, Moored time series measurements of the vertical structure of optical properties in the coastal ocean

$527,000

Project Co-Lead-PI

95-98

ONR, AASERT

$86,965

PI

96-97

ONR, DURIP

$219,945

Co-PI

96-97

NSF, A testbed mooring program for interdisc. studies

$535,642

PI

96-98

ONR, AASERT

$31,000

PI

97

UCSB, Instructional improvement grant

$7,985

Co-PI

97-98

NASA, Center of Excellence

$395,480

Co-PI

97-00

NASA, SIMBIOS

$519,574

PI

97-98

NOPP, ONR, Littoral Ocean Observing System (LOOPS)

$180,000

PI

97-98

NASA, Optical measurements from moorings in support of SeaWiFS

$150,000

PI

98-01

NOPP, ONR, Oceanographic-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments

$1,991,616

Project Lead-PI

98-01

ONR, AASERT

$168,940

PI

98-01

NSF, Bermuda Testbed Mooring

$720,462

PI

99-00

YSI, Tethered buoy system

$64,920

PI

99-01

ONR BTM Activities

$90,710

Co-PI

99-01

NSF, Bermuda Testbed Mooring (BTM): A community resource

$181,421

Project Lead-PI

99-01

ONR, High resolution time series measurements (HyCODE)

$749,649

PI

99-03

ONR High resolution time series measurements (HyCODE)

$1,028,410

Project Lead-PI

00-01

NSF, Next generation surface buoy

$63,847

PI

00-01

ONR, DURIP HyCODE equipment

$161,731

PI

01-03

UC-MEXUS Suspended sediment concent. and fluxes on tidal flats in the upper Gulf of California

$2,500

PI

01-03

NOPP, ONR Oceanographic-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments

$149,621

PI

01-06

NSF Bermuda Testbed Mooring

$2,250,000

Project Lead-PI

02-02

WHOI HiLaTS (Japan)

$75,000

PI

02-07

NOPP Multi-disciplinary Ocean Sensors for Environmental Analyses and Networks

$2,500,000

Project Lead-PI

03-04

2nd Institute Oceanography, China, Development of Deep-Sea Sensors

$14, 749

PI

03-04

ONR BTM Activities

$90,710

Co-PI

03-06

Influence of Cyclonic Eddy Activity on Planktonic Foodweb Dynamics and Carbon Export in the Lee of Hawaii

$248,967

PI

04-05

NOAA, SCCOOS: Shelf to Shoreline Observatory Development

$138,770

Co-PI

05-12

ONR, RaDyO

$1,067,250

Lead-PI

08-10

NSF, Bermuda Testbed Mooring

$150,000

PI

08-12

ONR, Secretary of the Navy / Chief of Naval Operations Chair for Ocean Science

$1,200,000

PI

13-14

UCSB, GauchoSpace – Meteorological, Educational, Telecommunications Systems (G-METS), UCSB Instructional Improvement Program

$2,500

Co-PI, Leila Carvalho is Lead-PI

 

Students, postdocs, and visiting scientists directed by Professor Dickey.

Name

Degree

Year

Topic

Career Pattern

Grad. Students

Michelle Fortin

M.S.

1981

Pollution modeling

Private Industry

Blayne Hartman

Ph.D.

1983

Gas exchange

Private Industry

Stephen Isenogle

M.S.

1985

Gas transfer

Defense Mapping Agency

Alex Steele

M.S.

1986

Coastal physics

Orange County Sanitation District

Benjamin Holt

M.S.

1988

Remote sensing of surface waves

Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Ca

David Siegel

M.S.

Ph.D.

1985

1988

Modeling of internal waves

Professor at

UC Santa Barbara

Jorge Vazquez-Cuervo

Ph.D.

1991

Gulf Stream variability

Jet Propulsion Laboratory

Pasadena, CA

Zhiji Chai-Jochner

M.S.

1991

Mesoscale variability in the Sargasso Sea

Private Industry

Yicun Wu

Ph.D.

1993

Mixing and dispersion

Private Industry

Michael Hamilton

M.S.

1993

Diurnal bio-optical variability

Private Industry

Jerry Wiggert

Ph.D.

1995

Interdisciplinary modeling – Sargasso Sea

Assoc. Professor

Univ. of So. Mississippi

Darek Bogucki

Ph.D.

1996

Turbulence and light propagation

Assistant Professor

University of Texas, Corpus Christi

David Sigurdson

M.S.

1996

Physical and bio-optics of Arabian Sea

Research Engineer

Raytheon, Santa Barbara

Anne Petrenko

Ph.D.

1997

Physical and bio-optics of coastal outfalls

Professor

University of Marseille, France

Grace Chang

M.S.

Ph.D.

1998

2000

Bio-optical variability in coastal ocean

Private Co., Santa Cruz

Tim Gilboy

M.S.

1998

Current meter intercomparative study

Private Industry, NC

Sarah Zedler

M.A.

1999

Modeling of ocean response to hurricanes

Postdoctoral Fellow

University of Texas, Institute of Geophysics

Will Black

M.S.

2008

Atlantic hurricanes

Private Co., Point 97, Oregon

Francesco Nencioli

M.S.

2008

Biogeochemistry of Hawaiian eddies

Research Scientist

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, England

Francesco Nencioli

Ph.D.

2012

Biogeochemistry of Hawaiian eddies

Research Scientist

Plymouth Marine Laboratory, England

Post-docs & Researchers

Alan Bratkovich

Post-doc

1985

Physical and bio-optical variability

Deceased

Robert Stavn

Vis. Prof.

1986

Marine optics and Raman scattering

Professor

University of North Carolina

Libe Washburn

Research Associate

1988

Physical and bio-optical variability

Professor

University of California, Santa Barbara

Tim Granata

Post-doc

1991

Mesoscale studies and phys.-biol. interactions

Professor

Lucerne University of Applied Sciences and Arts, Switzerland

Malgorzata Stramska

Post-doc

1994

Bio-optics

Research Scientist

San Diego State University

Isabelle-Taupier-Letage

Vis. Scientist

1992

Physical and bio-optical variability

Research Scientist

CNRS, Toulon, France

Professor

University of Marseille

Bao-Shi Shiau

Vis. Prof.

1993

Marine pollution modeling

Professor

National Taiwan University

Joe McNeil

Post-doc

1999

Mesoscale variability

Private industry

Laura Dobeck

Post-doc

2001

Bio-optical varibility

Private Industry

Xuri Yu

Post-doc

2002

AUV data anal. Cape Cod Bay

Private Industry

Grace Chang

Post-doc to Res. Assoc.

2002-2008

Bio-optics of coastal ocean

Private Industry

Xiaobing Zheng

Vis. Prof.

2003

Bio-optical variability and Raman scattering

Professor

Institute of Optics and Fine Mechanics, Hefei, China

Victor Kuwahara

Post-doc

2006

Bio-optical variability

Assistant Professor

Soka University, Tokyo

Graduate Degree Committees (I have served on over 100 committees during my career)

Masters Committees since 2004 only

Student

Yr Deg.

Compl.

Chair/

Member

T. Konstantinov

June 2005

Member

W. Black

June 2008

Chair

F. Nencioli

June 2008

Chair

C. Melton

June 2009

Member

Nicholas Dellaripa

June 2012

Member

PhD Committees since 2004 only

Student

Yr Deg.

Compl.

Chair/

Member

E. Beckenbach

2004

Member

F. Nencioli

2011

Chair

T. Konstantinov

2010

Member

Fernanda Henderikx-Freitas

2015

Member

Sarah Harris

In progress

Member

Chen Zheng

In progress

Member

Daniel Ellis

In progress

Member

Brandi Gamelin

In progress

Member

Recent Undergraduates Supervised

Student

Yr Deg.

Compl.

Chair/

Member

Houssem Smeti (PhD)

(Co-advised with M. Conte)

2010

Co-chair

Sylvia Garcia (BS)

McNair Program

Present

Chair

Gabriel Jacobs (BS)

Present

Chair

Terry Pagano (BS)

Present

Chair

Laboratory Personnel Supervised since 1995:

Year

Name

1995-2008

Grace Chang (Research Associate)

1996-2013

Derek Manov (Senior Development Engineer)

1999-2008

Frank Spada (Technician)

2000-2013

Songnian Jiang (Analyst)

2005-2007

Qin Zhang (Analyst)

2005-2008

Will Black (Graduate Assistant)

2005-2011

Francesco Nencioli (Graduate Assistant)

Courses Taught Since 2000

Professor Dickey has taught well over 12,000 students during his teaching career (U.S. Coast Guard plus college level). At USC, he taught similar classes as those listed below over 18 years. Partial sabbaticals were taken during the Winter Quarters of 2003, 2004, and 2005 in order to write the textbook Exploring the World Ocean with co-author Sean Chamberlin for McGraw-Hill. A stipulation in the Secretary of the Navy/Chief of Naval Operations Chair in Oceanographic Sciences, was that Professor Dickey teach only one course per year from 2008-2012.

Following are courses with number of students taught at UCSB since 2000
F00, Geog 264, Seminar in Oceanography, 35;
F00, Geog 263, Intro to Physical Oceanography, 11;
W01, Geog3a, Physical Geography, 273;
F01, Geog. 264, Seminar in Oceanography. 16;
F01, Geog 263, Intro to Physical Oceanography. 16;
W02, Geog 595, Seminar in Oceanography, Global Ocean Observing Systems, 6;
W02, Geog 3a, Physical Geography, 161;
F02, Geog 263, Intro to Physical Oceanography, 14;
F02, Geog 264, Seminar in Oceanography, 35;
W03, Sabbatical;
F03, Geog 263, Physical Oceanography, 18;
F03, Marsc, 595, Intro Graduate Seminar, 24;
W04, Geog 261, Ocean Optics, 4;
W04, Geog 264, Upper Ocean Processes, 1;
F04, Geog 263, Physical Oceanography, 13;
F04, Marsc 595, Intro Graduate Seminar, 17;
W05, Geog 261, Ocean Optics, 4;
F05, Geog 263, Physical Oceanography, 14;
F05, Marsc 595, Intro Graduate Seminar, 18;
W06, Geog 3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 138;
W06, Geog 262, Upper Ocean Processes, 6;
F06, Geog 263, Physical Oceanography, 6;
F06, Geog 595, Intro Graduate Seminar, 1;
F06, Marc 595, Intro Graduate Seminar, 16;
F07, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 153;
W07, Ocean and Atmosphere, 178;
S07, Geog 261, Ocean Optics, 5;
W08, Ocean and Atmosphere, 200;
F08, Ocean and Atmosphere, 173;
W09, Ocean and Atmosphere, 200; Phys596, Directed Research,;
S10, Mrsc596, Directed Research, 1;
W10, Ocean and Atmosphere, 200;
F11, Phys596, Directed Research, 1;
S11, Geog596, Directed Research, 1;
S11, Phys596, Directed Research, 1;
W11, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 232;
W11, Phys596, Directed Research, 1;
W12, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 204;
S12, Phys596, Directed Research, 1;
F12, W12, Phys596, Directed Research, 1; Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 194;
S12, Geog 595, Directed Research, 1;
W13, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 203;
W13, Geog 264, Seminar on Tsunamis, 10;
F13, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 202;
W14, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 242;
W14, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 250;
W14, Geog 264, Seminar in Oceanography, Changing Arctic and Alaskan Environments, 7;
S14, INT84TD, Intro Honors seminar, The Arctic and Alaskan Environments Under Siege (Honors seminar for Letters and Science Honors Program, 2 separate classes of 20 each;
S14, Int84, Alaska and the Arctic, 40;
F14, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 300;
W15, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 250;
S15, Geog 113, The Arctic and Alaskan Environments Under Siege, 30;
S15, INT84TD, The Arctic and Alaskan Environments Under Siege, 20;
F15, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 300;
W16, Geog3a, Ocean and Atmosphere, 250;
S16, Geog 113, The Arctic and Alaskan Environments Under Siege, 35.

Project Leadership Roles

As Project Lead-PI for the programs indicated below, Professor Dickey has been in charge of field experiments, data distribution and informational websites. He has organized and led project workshops, promoted special sessions at national and international meetings involving project investigators, and often served as an editor of special volumes of refereed journals. Over 200 scientists, engineers, postdocs, and students have been involved in these projects.

 

 

Years

Funding Source and Program Title

1995–2000

  ONR, Coastal Mixing and Optics (CMO)

1998–2001

  ONR, Oceanographic-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments (O-SCOPE)

1999–2003

  ONR, Hyperspectral Coastal Ocean Dynamics Experiment (HyCODE)

2001–2003

  NOPP, ONR Oceanographic-Systems for Chemical, Optical, and Physical Experiments (O-SCOPE)

2001–2010

  NSF Bermuda Testbed Mooring (BTM)

2003–2008

  NOPP Multi-disciplinary Ocean Sensors for Environmental Analyses and Networks (MOSEAN)

2005–2012

  ONR, Radiance in a Dynamic Ocean (RaDyO)

List of Selected National and International Liaisons and Leadership Roles

(please see website www.opl.ucsb.edu for additional entries and details):

*Co-convener for International OceanSensors08 Meeting sponsored by the international Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS) and Ocean Observing Panel for Climate (OOPC) (http://www2008.io-warnemuende.de/conferences/oceans08/; Warnemuende, Germany)

*NSF Ocean Research Interactive Observatory Networks (ORION) program Science and Technology Committee

*Co-chair of the Scientific Cabled Observatories for Time Series (SCOTS) Committee (for ORION) under NSF and co-convener of SCOTS Workshop (Portsmouth, VA)

*Co-convener of International Workshop on Autonomous Measurements of Biogeochemical Parameters (Honolulu)

*Member of two National Research Council, National Academy of Sciences

review panels (panel chair for one of these on ‘Colaboratories’)

*Councilor (elected office 2 times: 1992; 2007) for The Oceanography Society

*Chair of Review Committee: Southampton Oceanography Centre (now National Oceanography Centre, Southampton, UK)

*Member U.S. JGOFS Steering Committee, Chair of Time-series Oversight

*Committee co-chair and workshop convener on Bio-optics in JGOFS (Boulder, CO)

*Member U.S. GLOBEC Steering Committee, Chair of Technology Committee

*Member International GLOBEC Steering Committee, Chair and Workshop convener of Sampling and Observational Systems Committee

*Member of Steering Committee for Dynamics of Earth and Ocean Systems

(DEOS) (under NSF)

*Member of the Steering Committee and Invited Speaker for the Workshop

on Real-Time Systems for Observing Coastal Ecosystem Dynamics and

Harmful Algal Blooms (HABWATCH) (Villefranche, France)

*Member of the International Ocean Observing Panel for Climate (OOPC)

Committee under the Global Ocean Observing System (GOOS)

*Member of the International Time Series Science Team (under GOOS)

*Advisory Committee for the Mediterranean Forecast System: Toward

Environmental Predictions (several meetings in Bologna)

*Review committee member for Naval Research Laboratory (Washington, DC and Stennis Space Center, MS), NOSC, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, University of Massachusetts, and Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute, University of Hawaii

Editorial and Reviewing Activities

*Guest Editor for Journal of Geophysical Research Special Volume for Recent Advances in the Study of Optical Variability in the Near-surface and Upper Ocean

*Editor for Reviews of Geophysics

*Guest Editor for Journal of Geophysical Research Special Volume for ONR Coastal Mixing and Optics Program

*Guest Co-editor for Ocean Science Discussions: Ocean Sensors Special Volume

*Associate Editor for Limnology and Oceanography Methods

*Editorial Board for the Journal of Marine Systems

*Guest Co-editor for Limnology and Oceanography Special Volume entitled

Scientific Results from Autonomous and Lagrangian Platforms and Sensors

Reviewer for several oceanographic journals including Journal of Geophysical Research, Oceanography, Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, Deep-Sea Research, Geophysical Research Letters, Limnology and Oceanography Methods, Journal of Marine Systems, Ocean Science Discussions, Nature, among others.

 

Reviewer for promotion files for Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Dalhousie University (Canada), Canadian NSERC IRC Chair, University of Connecticut, Louisiana State University.

 

Lead nominator for American Geophysical Union Fellow Awards received by Robert Bidigare (University of Hawaii, 2008) and David Siegel (UCSB, 2009) and The Oceanography Society’s Jerlov Awards received by Ray Smith (UCSB, 2002) and Ron Zaneveld (OSU and WET Labs, 2006).

Memberships and Societies

American Geophysical Union, The Oceanography Society, American Society of Limnology and Oceanography, American Meteorological Society, Great Pyrenees Club of America (see www.opl.ucsb.edu ‘Education’, Sigma Pi (Physics Honorary), and Sigma Xi (Science Honorary)

Selected Honors and Awards

Honors

*Selected for Distinguisher Teacher Award UCSB Geography Department (2015)

*Named Outstanding Professor by University of California Santa Barbara Residence Hall Association and Office of Residential Life (2009)

*Selected Secretary of the Navy/Chief of Naval Operations Chair in Oceanographic Sciences (Fall 2008) [See www.opl.ucsb.edu ‘Honors’ for a description]

*Elected Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (2006)

Named Sportsman of the Year 2013 Ventura County Dog Fanciers Association

Awards for Papers

*Lead author of Journal of Geophysical Research paper, “Recent Advances in the Study of Optical Variability in the Near-surface and Upper Ocean” which was selected as an AGU Journal Highlight Article in 2012.

*Co-author of Journal of Geophysical Research paper, “Satellite evidence of hurricane-induced plankton blooms in the ocean desert,” by S. Babin, J.A., Carton, T.D. Dickey, and J.D. Wiggert, which received the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory’s award for Outstanding Research Paper in the Externally Refereed Publication in 2005.

*Co-author of Journal of Geophysical Research paper, “Coastal ocean optical influences on solar tranmission and radiant heating rate,” by G. Chang and T. Dickey, which was selected as an AGU Journal Highlight Article in 2004.

*Co-author of Nature paper for which Dennis McGillicuddy received ASLO

Lindeman Award 2000.

Society Elected Office

*Twice Elected Councilor (At-large member) for The Oceanography Society (1992, 2007)

Major Invited Speaker

*Keynote Speaker for Ocean Observations Symposium (USC, Los Angeles)

*Keynote Speaker for the Challenger Society (Liverpool, UK)

*Keynote Speaker for Oceanology Meeting (Brighton, UK)

*Keynote Speaker for European Conference on Ecological Modeling (Plymouth, UK)

*Keynote Speaker for NATO Symposium on Carbon Cycle (Ankara, Turkey)

*Keynote speaker for ONR Workshop on Bioluminescence (San Diego)

*Invited speaker for University of Miami ONR Site Review (Miami, Florida)

*Invited speaker for national and international conferences (countries have included China, Japan, France, UK, Netherlands, Monaco, France, Switzerland, Germany, Spain, Italy, Turkey, South Africa, Ukraine, Wales, Bermuda)

Recent UCSB and Public Service and Outreach Activities

Co-advisor for the UCSB Geography Club (2014-present)

Advisory Committee & Annual Speaker for Nordhoff High School Better Science Program (2012-present)

Coach for Special Olympics (2012-present)

UCSB Therapy Dog Day, Fall, Winter, Spring Quarters 2012, 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

Therapy Dog activity for UCSB Meningitis Shot Clinic, April 2014

Therapy Dog activity for UCSB Isla Vista Tragedy Memorial, June 2014

Therapy Dog Education Booth, Responsible Dog Owner Day, Ventura, CA (September, 2014, 2015)

Board Member, Ventura County Dog Fanciers Association (2014-2015)

“Love on a Leash” Therapy Dog visits (over 600; 2012-present)

Children’s Therapy Reading Program, Meiner’s Oaks, CA, Library (2014-present)