(1) Chu, P.C., and L.M. Ivanov, 2005: Statistical characteristics of irreversible predictability time in regional ocean models. Nonlinear Processes in Geophysics, 12, 1-10 (paper download).

(2) Chu, P.C., L.M. Ivanov, and O.M. Melnichenko, 2005: Fall-winter current reversals on the Texas-Lousiana continental shelf. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 35, 902-910 (paper download).

(3) Chu, P.C., C.-L. Fang,and C.S. Kim, 2005: Japan/East Sea model predictability. Continental Shelf Research, 25, 2107-2121 (paper download).

(4) Chu, P.C., A. Gilles, and C.W. Fan, 2005: Experiment of falling cylinder through the water column. Experimental and Thermal Fluid Sciences, 29, 555-568 (paper download).

(5) Chu, P.C., and C.W. Fan, 2005: Prediction of falling cylinder through air-water-sediment columns. Journal of Applied Fluid Mechanics, in press (paper download).

(6) Chu, P.C., and C.W. Fan, 2005: Pseudo-cylinder parameterization for mine impact burial prediction. Journal of Fluids Engineering, 127, 1515-1520 (paper download).

(7) Chu, P.C., L.M. Ivanov, and T.M. Margolina, 2005: Seasonal variability of the Black Sea Chlorophyll-a concentration. Journal of Marine Systems, 56, 243-261 (paper download).

(8) Chu, P.C., S.H. Lu,and Y.C. Chen, 2005: A Numerical Modeling Study on Desert Oasis Self-Supporting Mechanisms. Journal of Hydrology, 312, 256-276. (paper download).

(9) Chu, P.C., M. Cornelious, and M. Wagstaff, 2005: Effects of suspended sediment on acoustic detection using reverberation. Marine Technology Society Journal, 39 (2), 105-109. (paper download).

(10) Chu, P.C., Y.C. Chen, and A. Kuninaka, 2005: Seasonal variability of the East China/Yellow Sea surface buoyancy flux and thermohaline structure. Advances in Atmospheric Sciences, 22, 1-20 (paper download).

(11) Li, R.-F., X.-B. You, and P.C. Chu, 2005: The eastward subtropical countercurrent on isopycnal surface in the western North Pacific. Science in China Ser D. Earth Sciences, 48 (7), 1065-1073.




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