Publications

In Press or Submitted

  1. Marques, G. M., M. G. Wells, L. Padman, and T. Özgökmen, 2017: Flow splitting in numerical simulations of oceanic dense-water outflows. Ocean Modelling (accepted).

Published

  1. Brown, W. S., and G. M. Marques, 2013: Tidal eddy motions in the western Gulf of Maine, Part 1: Primary Structure. Contin. Shelf Res., 63, S90-S113, doi:10.1016/j.csr.2012.02.008.| PDF | online
  2. Marques, G. M., and W. S. Brown, 2013: Tidal eddy motions in the western Gulf of Maine, Part 2: Secondary Flow. Contin. Shelf Res., 63, S114–S125, doi:10.1016/j.csr.2012.02.008. | PDF | online
  3. Marques, G. M., L. Padman, S. R. Springer, S. L. Howard, and T. Özgökmen, 2014: Topographic vorticity waves forced by Antarctic dense shelf water outflows. Geophys. Res. Lett., 41, 1247–1254, doi:10.1002/2013GL059153. | PDF | online
  4. Marques, G. M., and T. Özgökmen, 2014: On modeling turbulent exchange in buoyancy-driven fronts. Ocean Modelling, 83, 43-62, doi:10.1016/j.ocemod.2014.08.006. | PDF | online

Not peer-reviewed

  1. G. M. Marques, 2015. On the Processes Controlling Antarctic Dense Shelf Water Outflows. PhD. Dissertation, University of Miami, 137 p. | PDF |
  2. G. M. Marques, 2010. Secondary flow associated with transient tidal eddy motion in the western Gulf of Maine. Master Thesis, Department of Estuarine and Ocean Science, University of Massachusetts Dathmouth, 115 p. | PDF |
  3. G. M. Marques, 2006. Assessment of the toxicity field generated by the Santos/Sao Vicente outfall using a coupled ecotoxicological-hidrodynamic model. Undergraduate Thesis, Instituto Oceanografico da Universidade de Sao Paulo, 57 p. | PDF | [in portuguese]