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1: The Ocean's Role in the Climate System.
2: The Ocean as a Component of the Climate System.
3: Paleoclimatic Ocean Circulation and Sea-Level Changes.
4: Ocean Observations.
5: In Situ Ocean Observations: A Brief History, Present Status, and Future Directions.
6: Remote Sensing of the Global Ocean Circulation.
7: Ocean Processes.
8: Exchanges through the Ocean Surface.
9: Thermodynamics of Seawater.
10: Diapycnal Mixing Processes in the Ocean Interior.
11: Lateral Transport in the Ocean Interior.
12: Global Distribution and Formation of Mode Waters.
13: Deepwater Formation.
14: Ocean Circulation and Water Masses.
15: Conceptual Models of the Wind-Driven and Thermohaline Circulation.
16: Ocean Surface Circulation.
17: Western Boundary Currents.
18: Currents and Processes along the Eastern Boundaries.
19: The Tropical Ocean Circulation and Dynamics.
20: The Marine Cryosphere.
21: The Arctic and Subarctic Oceans/Seas.
22: Dynamics of the Southern Ocean Circulation.
23: Interocean and Interbasin Exchanges.
24: Modeling the Ocean Climate System.
25: Ocean Circulation Models and Modeling.
26: Dynamically and Kinematically Consistent Global Ocean Circulation and Ice State Estimates.
27: Methods and Applications of Ocean Synthesis in Climate Research.
28: Coupled Models and Climate Projections.
29: The Ocean's Role in Modeling and Predicting Seasonal-to-Interannual Climate Variations.
30: The Ocean's Role in Modeling and Predicting Decadal Climate Variations.
31: Modeling Ocean Biogeochemical Processes and the Resulting Tracer Distributions.
32: The Changing Ocean.
33: Sea-Level and Ocean Heat-Content Change.
34: Long-Term Salinity Changes and Implications for the Global Water Cycle.
35: Ocean Heat Transport.
36: The Marine Carbon Cycle and Ocean Carbon Inventories.
37: Marine Ecosystems, Biogeochemistry, and Climate.