Ian R MacDonald
Ian R MacDonald
Professor of Oceanography, Florida State University
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Gas hydrate that breaches the sea floor on the continental slope of the Gulf of Mexico
IR MacDonald, NL Guinasso Jr, R Sassen, JM Brooks, L Lee, KT Scott
Geology 22 (8), 699-702, 1994
Global patterns and predictions of seafloor biomass using random forests
CL Wei, GT Rowe, E Escobar-Briones, A Boetius, T Soltwedel, MJ Caley, ...
PloS one 5 (12), e15323, 2010
Thermogenic gas hydrates and hydrocarbon gases in complex chemosynthetic communities, Gulf of Mexico continental slope
R Sassen, S Joye, ST Sweet, DA DeFreitas, AV Milkov, IR MacDonald
Organic Geochemistry 30 (7), 485-497, 1999
Natural oil slicks in the Gulf of Mexico visible from space
IR MacDonald, NL Guinasso Jr, SG Ackleson, JF Amos, R Duckworth, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 98 (C9), 16351-16364, 1993
Transfer of hydrocarbons from natural seeps to the water column and atmosphere
IR MacDonald, I Leifer, R Sassen, P Stine, R Mitchell, N Guinasso Jr
Geofluids 2 (2), 95-107, 2002
Magnitude and oxidation potential of hydrocarbon gases released from the BP oil well blowout
SB Joye, IR MacDonald, I Leifer, V Asper
Nature Geoscience 4 (3), 160-164, 2011
Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep communities: II. Spatial distribution of seep organisms and hydrocarbons at Bush Hill
IR MacDonald, GS Boland, JS Baker, JM Brooks, MC Kennicutt, ...
Marine Biology 101, 235-247, 1989
Evidence of structure H hydrate, Gulf of Mexico continental slope
R Sassen, IR MacDonald
Organic Geochemistry 22 (6), 1029-1032, 1994
Natural and unnatural oil slicks in the G ulf of M exico
IR MacDonald, O Garcia‐Pineda, A Beet, S Daneshgar Asl, L Feng, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 120 (12), 8364-8380, 2015
Chemosynthetic mussels at a brine-filled pockmark in the northern Gulf of Mexico
IR MacDonald, JF Reilly, NL Guinasso Jr, JM Brooks, RS Carney, ...
Science 248 (4959), 1096-1099, 1990
Considerable methane fluxes to the atmosphere from hydrocarbon seeps in the Gulf of Mexico
EA Solomon, M Kastner, IR MacDonald, I Leifer
Nature Geoscience 2 (8), 561-565, 2009
Dynamics of the gas flux from shallow gas hydrate deposits: interaction between oily hydrate bubbles and the oceanic environment
I Leifer, I MacDonald
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 210 (3-4), 411-424, 2003
Gas hydrate and chemosynthetic biota in mounded bathymetry at mid-slope hydrocarbon seeps: Northern Gulf of Mexico
IR MacDonald, WW Sager, MB Peccini
Marine Geology 198 (1-2), 133-158, 2003
Asphalt volcanism and chemosynthetic life in the Campeche Knolls, Gulf of Mexico
IR MacDonald, G Bohrmann, E Escobar, F Abegg, P Blanchon, V Blinova, ...
Science 304 (5673), 999-1002, 2004
Using SAR images to delineate ocean oil slicks with a texture-classifying neural network algorithm (TCNNA)
O Garcia-Pineda, B Zimmer, M Howard, W Pichel, X Li, IR MacDonald
Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 35 (5), 411-421, 2009
Microbial diversity in sediments associated with surface-breaching gas hydrate mounds in the Gulf of Mexico
HJ Mills, C Hodges, K Wilson, IR MacDonald, PA Sobecky
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 46 (1), 39-52, 2003
Bacterial methane oxidation in sea-floor gas hydrate: significance to life in extreme environments
R Sassen, IR MacDonald, NL Guinasso Jr, S Joye, AG Requejo, ...
Geology 26 (9), 851-854, 1998
Distinct side-scan sonar, RADARSAT SAR, and acoustic profiler signatures of gas and oil seeps on the Gulf of Mexico slope
SM De Beukelaer, IR MacDonald, NL Guinnasso, JA Murray
Geo-Marine Letters 23, 177-186, 2003
Gulf of Mexico hydrocarbon seep communities: VI. Patterns in community structure and habitat
IR MacDonald, NL Guinasso, JF Reilly, JM Brooks, WR Callender, ...
Geo-Marine Letters 10, 244-252, 1990
Oil spill mapping and measurement in the Gulf of Mexico with textural classifier neural network algorithm (TCNNA)
O Garcia-Pineda, IR MacDonald, X Li, CR Jackson, WG Pichel
IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote …, 2013
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