Theses, animations, lay articles

Grey literature

  1. Naveira Garabato, A. (2017), McBoatface Lead Scientist: How famed submarine will help unlock the causes of deep sea warming, the Conversation. details
  2. Duchez, A., D. Desbruyéres, J. J.-M. Hirschi, E. Frajka-Williams, S. Josey, and D. G. Evans (2016), The tale of a surprisingly cold blob in the North Atlantic, US CLIVAR Variations, 14, 19–23. details
  3. Frajka-Williams, E. (2015), Sea surface height-based proxy for the MOC, 1993-2014, figshare, doi:10.6084/m9.figshare.1463480. details
  4. Frajka-Williams, E. (2015), Estimating the Atlantic overturning at 26N using satellite altimetry [IUGG], details
  5. Frajka-Williams, E. (2015), Using satellite observations to broaden our spatial view of AMOC variability [RAPID mtg], details
  6. Frajka-Williams, E., D. G. Evans, C. Florindo-Lopez, and N. J. Brown (2015), Thermohaline experiment (time-lapse, black dye, 10rpm), YouTube. details
  7. Frajka-Williams, E. (2014), Women in Oceanography: A decade later, The Oceanography Society magazine, 27(4), 65. details
  8. Frajka-Williams, E. (2014), Women in Oceanography: A decade later, The Oceanography Society magazine, 27(4), 65. details
  9. Frajka-Williams, E., L. Schulze, and G. MacGilchrist (2013), Weather in a Tank: Gyres (removing fans), YouTube. details
  10. Frajka-Williams, E. (2011), RAPID: Observations of the meridional overturning circulation at 26N, UK Challenger Society: Ocean Challenge, 18, 14–18. details
  11. Johns, W. E., and E. Frajka-Williams (2011), RV Knorr Cruise KN200-4, 13 Apr–3 May 2011. RAPID Mooring Cruise., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. details
  12. Frajka-Williams, E. (2011), RAPID: Observations of the meridional overturning circulation at 26^\circN, UK Challenger Society: Ocean Challenge, 18, 14–18. details
  13. Johns, W. E., and E. Frajka-Williams (2011), RV Knorr Cruise KN200-4, 13 Apr–3 May 2011. RAPID Mooring Cruise., National Oceanography Centre, Southampton. details
  14. Frajka-Williams, E. (2009), The spring phytoplankton bloom and vertical velocities in stratified and deep convecting Labrador Sea, as observed by Seagliders, PhD thesis, College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. details
  15. Martini, K., E. Frajka-Williams, and C. Mouw (2009), Conference Report | The Pattullo Conference: Building community through mentoring, The Oceanography Society magazine, 22, 226–227. details
  16. Martini, K., E. Frajka-Williams, and C. Mouw (2009), Conference Report | The Pattullo Conference: Building community through mentoring, The Oceanography Society magazine, 22, 226–227. details
  17. Frajka-Williams, E. (2009), The spring phytoplankton bloom and vertical velocities in stratified and deep convecting Labrador Sea, as observed by Seagliders, PhD thesis, College of Ocean and Fishery Sciences, University of Washington, Seattle, WA. details
  18. Frajka-Williams, E., E. Kunze, and J. A. MacKinnon (2005), Bispectra of Internal Tides and Parametric Subharmonic Instability, arXiv, 1–23. details
  19. Frajka-Williams, E., E. Kunze, and J. A. MacKinnon (2005), Bispectra of Internal Tides and Parametric Subharmonic Instability, arXiv, 1–23. details
  20. Frajka-Williams, E. (2004), Convection in a Fluid Loop, in Proceedings of the WHOI Geophysical Fluid Dynamics program. details
  21. Frajka-Williams, E. (2004), Convection in a Fluid Loop, in Proceedings of the WHOI Geophysical Fluid Dynamics program. details

Other outputs (Videos, Animations, etc)

  1. Frajka-Williams, E., and R. Templeton (2017), Autosub Long Range fly-through, Orkney Passage M44, Vimeo. details
  2. Frajka-Williams, E., and R. Templeton (2017), Building Boaty with Matlab, Vimeo. details
  3. Frajka-Williams, E., and S. Griffies (2017), Boaty’s second big adventure in the Orkney Passage, details
  4. Frajka-Williams, E. (2016), Prediction from the University of Southampton: NEAR-REAL TIME ESTIMATES OF THE AMOC USING ALTIMETRY, details
  5. Frajka-Williams, E. (2015), Sea surface height-based proxy for the MOC, 1993-2014, figshare. details
  6. Frajka-Williams, E. (2015), Estimating the Atlantic overturning at 26N using satellite altimetry [IUGG], details
  7. Frajka-Williams, E. (2015), Using satellite observations to broaden our spatial view of AMOC variability [RAPID mtg], details
  8. Frajka-Williams, E., D. G. Evans, C. Florindo-Lopez, and N. J. Brown (2015), Thermohaline experiment (time-lapse, black dye, 10rpm), YouTube. details
  9. Frajka-Williams, E., L. Schulze, and G. MacGilchrist (2013), Weather in a Tank: Gyres (removing fans), YouTube. details