Mark Hopwood
Mark Hopwood
SUSTech, Shenzhen, China
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High export of dissolved silica from the Greenland Ice Sheet
L Meire, P Meire, E Struyf, DW Krawczyk, KE Arendt, JC Yde, ...
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (17), 9173-9182, 2016
Non-linear response of summertime marine productivity to increased meltwater discharge around Greenland
MJ Hopwood, D Carroll, TJ Browning, L Meire, J Mortensen, S Krisch, ...
Nature communications 9 (1), 1-9, 2018
How does glacier discharge affect marine biogeochemistry and primary production in the Arctic?
MJ Hopwood, D Carroll, T Dunse, A Hodson, JM Holding, JL Iriarte, ...
The Cryosphere 14 (4), 1347–1383, 2020
Dissolved iron (II) ligands in river and estuarine water
MJ Hopwood, PJ Statham, SA Skrabal, JD Willey
Marine Chemistry 173, 173-182, 2015
Glacial meltwater from Greenland is not likely to be an important source of Fe to the North Atlantic
MJ Hopwood, S Bacon, K Arendt, DP Connelly, PJ Statham
Biogeochemistry 124 (1-3), 1-11, 2015
Seasonal changes in Fe along a glaciated Greenlandic fjord
MJ Hopwood, DP Connelly, KE Arendt, T Juul-Pedersen, ...
Frontiers in Earth Science 4, 15, 2016
The role of water column stability and wind mixing in the production/export dynamics of two bays in the Western Antarctic Peninsula
J Höfer, R Giesecke, MJ Hopwood, V Carrera, E Alarcón, HE González
Progress in Oceanography 174, 105-116, 2019
Glacial flours as a potential source of Fe (II) and Fe (III) to polar waters
MJ Hopwood, PJ Statham, M Tranter, JL Wadham
Biogeochemistry 118 (1-3), 443-452, 2014
Hydrogen peroxide in deep waters from the Mediterranean Sea, South Atlantic and South Pacific Oceans
MJ Hopwood, I Rapp, C Schlosser, EP Achterberg
Scientific Reports 7, 43436, 2017
Dissolved Fe (II) in a river-estuary system rich in dissolved organic matter
MJ Hopwood, PJ Statham, A Milani
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 151, 1-9, 2014
The heterogeneous nature of Fe delivery from melting icebergs
MJ Hopwood, C Cantoni, JS Clarke, S Cozzi, EP Achterberg
Geochemical Perspectives Letters 3, 200–209, 2017
Aluminium in the North Atlantic Ocean and the Labrador Sea (GEOTRACES GA01 section): roles of continental inputs and biogenic particle removal
JL Menzel Barraqueta, C Schlosser, H Planquette, A Gourain, M Cheize, ...
Biogeosciences (BG) 15 (16), 5271-5286, 2018
Evaluation of a Ferrozine Based Autonomous in Situ Lab-on-Chip Analyzer for Dissolved Iron Species in Coastal Waters
F Geißler, EP Achterberg, AD Beaton, MJ Hopwood, JS Clarke, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 322, 2017
Highly variable iron content modulates iceberg-ocean fertilisation and potential carbon export
MJ Hopwood, D Carroll, J Höfer, EP Achterberg, L Meire, FAC Le Moigne, ...
Nature Communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
The Case for a Sustained Greenland Ice Sheet-Ocean Observing System (GrIOOS)
F Straneo, DA Sutherland, L Stearns, G Catania, P Heimbach, T Moon, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 138, 2019
The role of fossil fuel combustion on the stability of dissolved iron in rainwater
JD Willey, RJ Kieber, JJ Humphreys, BC Rice, MJ Hopwood, GB Avery, ...
Atmospheric Environment 107, 187-193, 2015
A comparison between four analytical methods for the measurement of Fe (II) at nanomolar concentrations in coastal seawater
MJ Hopwood, AJ Birchill, M Gledhill, EP Achterberg, J Klar, A Milne
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 192, 2017
Unprecedented Fe delivery from the Congo River margin to the South Atlantic Gyre
LH Vieira, S Krisch, MJ Hopwood, AJ Beck, J Scholten, V Liebetrau, ...
Nature Communications 11 (1), 1-8, 2020
Fe(II) stability in coastal seawater during experiments in Patagonia, Svalbard, and Gran Canaria
MJ Hopwood, C Santana-González, J Gallego-Urrea, N Sanchez, ...
Biogeosciences 17, 1327-1342, 2020
Glacial drivers of marine biogeochemistry indicate a future shift to more corrosive conditions in an Arctic fjord
C Cantoni, MJ Hopwood, JS Clarke, J Chiggiato, EP Achterberg, S Cozzi
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 125 (11), e2020JG005633, 2020
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