Dr. Marsden specializes in field studies in the arctic, focussing on polynyas and the implementation of acoustic Doppler current profilers. Currently Dr. Marsden is implementing a new field study of current profilers near Resolute, Nunavut, Canada. He has supervised students studying new signal processing techniques for underwater sound sources and improved remotely sensed temperature observations for Arctic waters and associated marginal ice zones.
Papers Published Recently
- Marsden R.F. 2007. Tracking solitons under land-fast ice. Submitted to J. Geophys. Res.
- McGaughey, D. F. Bohac and R.F. Marsden, 2007. High-resolution B-scan bearing estimation using the fast orthogonal search. Canadian Journal of Acoustics (Accepted).
- Mundy, C.J., C.G. Barber, C.M. Michel and R.F. Marsden, 2007. Linking ice structure and microscale variability of algal biomass in Arctic first-year sea ice using an in situ photographic technique, Polar Biology, (accepted subject to revisions).
- Marsden, R.F., J. Serdula, E. Key and P.J. Minnett, 2005. Are polynyas self-sustaining? Atmosphere-Ocean, 42, 251-265.
- Marsden R.F. and R.G. Ingram, 2004. Measuring vertical velocities using an acoustic Doppler current profiler. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech., 23, 1491-1498.
- Barber, D, R. Marsden, P. Minnett, G. Ingram and L. Fortier, 2001. Physical properties within the North Water (NOW) Polynya, Atmosphere-Ocean, 39, 163-166.
- Vincent, R.F. and R.F. Marsden, 2001. An analysis of the dissolution of ice in Nares Strait using AVHRR imagery. Atmosphere-Ocean, 39, 209-222.
- Vincent, R.F., R.F. Marsden and A. McDonald, 2001. Short-time span ice tracking using sequential AVHRR imagery. Atmosphere-Ocean, 39, 279-288
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