Publications

Chemical Oceanography:

Hayes, C. T., J. N. Fitzsimmons, E. A. Boyle, D. McGee, R. F. Anderson, R Weisend, P. L Morton (2015), Thorium isotopes tracing the iron cycle at the Hawaii Ocean Time-series Station ALOHA, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 169, 1–16. → Featured on MIT News

Fitzsimmons, J. N., C. T. Hayes, S. al-Subiai, P. L. Morton, R. Weisend, F. Ascani, E. A. Boyle (2015), Daily to decadal variability of size-fractionated iron and iron-binding ligands at the Hawaii Ocean Time-series Station ALOHA, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 171, 303–324.

Hayes, C. T., R. F. Anderson, M. Q. Fleisher, S. M. Vivancos, P. J. Lam, D. C. Ohnemus, K.-F. Huang, L. F. Robinson, Y. Lu, H. Cheng, R. L. Edwards, S. B. Moran (2015), Intensity of Th and Pa scavenging partitioned by particle chemistry in the North Atlantic Ocean, Marine Chemistry 170, 49–60. → Highlighted on GEOTRACES.org

Hayes, C. T., R. F. Anderson, M. Q. Fleisher, K.-F. Huang, L. F. Robinson, Y. Lu, H. Cheng, R. L. Edwards, S. B. Moran (2015), 230Th and 231Pa on GEOTRACES GA03, the U.S. GEOTRACES North Atlantic Transect, and implications for modern and paleoceanographic chemical fluxes, Deep-Sea Research II 116, 29–41.

The GEOTRACES Group: E. Mawji, R. Schlitzer, E. Masferrer Dodas, and 133 others, including C.T. Hayes (2015), The GEOTRACES Intermediate Data Product 2014, Marine Chemistry in press.

Anderson, R. F., C. T. Hayes (2015), Characterizing marine particles and their impact on biogeochemical cycles in the GEOTRACES program, Progress in Oceanography 133, 1–5.

Hayes, C. T., R. F. Anderson, M. Q. Fleisher, S. Serno, G. Winckler, R. Gersonde (2014), Biogeography in 231Pa/230Th ratios and a balanced 231Pa budget for the Pacific Ocean, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 391, 307–318.

Hayes, C. T., R. F. Anderson, S. L. Jaccard, R. François, M. Q. Fleisher, M. Soon, and R. Gersonde (2013), A new perspective on boundary scavenging in the North Pacific Ocean, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 369–370, 86–97. → See highlight on GEOTRACES.org

Paleo- biogeochemistry, climate & ocean circulation:

Hayes, C. T., A. Martinez-Garcia, A. Hasenfratz, S. L. Jaccard, D. A. Hodell, D. M. Sigman, G. H. Haug, R. F. Anderson (2014) A stagnation event in the deep South Atlantic during the last interglacial period, Science 346, 1514–1517. (HTML or PDF)

Serno, S., G. Winckler, R. F. Anderson, C. T. Hayes, H. Ren, R. Gersonde, G. H. Haug (2014), Using the natural spatial pattern of marine productivity in the Subarctic North Pacific to evaluate paleo-productivity proxies, Paleoceanography 29, 438–453.

Jaccard, S. L., C. T. Hayes, A. Martinez-Garcia, D. A. Hodell, R. F. Anderson, D. M. Sigman, and G. H. Haug (2013), Two modes of change in Southern Ocean productivity over the past million years, Science 339, 1419–1423.

Hayes, C. T., R. F. Anderson, and M. Q. Fleisher (2011), Opal accumulation rates in the equatorial Pacific and mechanisms of deglaciation, Paleoceanography 26, PA1207. → Highlighted in Eos

Dust and aerosols:

Hayes, C. T., R. F. Anderson, M. Q. Fleisher, S. Serno, G. Winckler, R. Gersonde (2013), Quantifying lithogenic inputs to the North Pacific Ocean using the long-lived thorium isotopes, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 383, 16–25. → See highlight on GEOTRACES.org

Serno, S., G. Winckler, R. F. Anderson, C. T. Hayes, D. McGee, B. Machalett, H. Ren, S. M. Straub, R. Gersonde, G. H. Haug (2014), Eolian dust input to the Subarctic North Pacific, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 387, 252–263.

Ariya, P A., J. Sun, N. A. Eltouny, E. D. Hudson, C. T. Hayes, and G. Kos (2009), Physical and chemical characterization of bioaerosols - Implications for nucleation processes. International Reviews in Physical Chemistry 28, 1–32.

Mortazavi, R., C. T. Hayes, and P. A. Ariya (2008), Ice nucleation activity of bacteria isolated from snow compared with organic and inorganic substrates, Environmental Chemistry 5, 373–381.

 

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Chris and Geoffrey (Geo) Smith on the U. S.  North Atlantic GEOTRACES Cruise Part II (2011, Photo by Bettina Sohst)
 

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