Charles N. Flagg

Marine and Atmospheric Science Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY, United States 
Physical Oceanography, Geology, Marine Geology
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Rossby T, Flagg C, Dohan K, et al. (2019) Oleander is More than a Flower: Twenty-Five Years of Oceanography Aboard a Merchant Vessel Oceanography. 32: 126-137
Childers KH, Flagg CN, Rossby T, et al. (2015) Directly measured currents and estimated transport pathways of Atlantic Water between 59.5°N and the Iceland-Faroes-Scotland Ridge Tellus, Series a: Dynamic Meteorology and Oceanography. 6
Sanchez-Franks A, Flagg CN, Rossby T. (2014) A comparison of transport and position between the Gulf Stream east of Cape Hatteras and the Florida Current Journal of Marine Research. 72: 291-306
Childers KH, Flagg CN, Rossby T. (2014) Direct velocity observations of volume flux between Iceland and the Shetland Islands Journal of Geophysical Research C: Oceans. 119: 5934-5944
Rossby T, Flagg CN, Donohue K, et al. (2014) On the long-term stability of Gulf Stream transport based on 20 years of direct measurements Geophysical Research Letters. 41: 114-120
Rossby T, Flagg CN. (2012) Direct measurement of volume flux in the Faroe-Shetland Channel and over the Iceland-Faroe Ridge Geophysical Research Letters. 39
Rossby T, Flagg C, Ortner P, et al. (2011) A tale of two eddies: Diagnosing coherent eddies through acoustic remote sensing Journal of Geophysical Research. 116
Rossby T, Flagg C, Donohue K. (2010) On the variability of Gulf Stream transport from seasonal to decadal timescales Journal of Marine Research. 68: 503-522
Wang DP, Flagg CN, Donohue K, et al. (2010) Wavenumber spectrum in the Gulf stream from shipboard ADCP observations and comparison with altimetry measurements Journal of Physical Oceanography. 40: 840-844
Codispoti LA, Flagg CN, Swift JH. (2009) Hydrographic conditions during the 2004 SBI process experiments Deep-Sea Research Part Ii: Topical Studies in Oceanography. 56: 1144-1163
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