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Scientia Professor Trevor McDougall

My Expertise

Oceanic processes (excl. climate related), physical oceanography.

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       PhD student opportunities 

There are some opportunities in my group to undertake a PhD in the field of ocean mixing and climate.   PhD thesis topics include 

 (a) Deriving new ways of constructing approximately neutral surfaces using both observed ocean data and also using data from ocean models.  Ocean mixing along these surfaces occurs at the rate of 10 million times faster than the very weak vertical mixing processes that diffuse...view more

       PhD student opportunities 

There are some opportunities in my group to undertake a PhD in the field of ocean mixing and climate.   PhD thesis topics include 

 (a) Deriving new ways of constructing approximately neutral surfaces using both observed ocean data and also using data from ocean models.  Ocean mixing along these surfaces occurs at the rate of 10 million times faster than the very weak vertical mixing processes that diffuse heat and salt through the surfaces.  Hence it is important to be able to define and construct these surfaces, and there is an unmet thirst for this ability in the oceanographic community.  

 (b) Using inverse models, deduce the intensity of ocean mixing processes, and also the mean velocities in the ocean.  Mixing processes operate on small spatial scales so that they need to be explicitly included in ocean and climate models as parametrisations.  The aim of this PhD project is to deduce the strength of these mixing processes by using inverse models based on what we do know about the state of the ocean from observations.  

 

       Trevor J McDougall's CV follows

Degrees                 

    1st class Honours Degree in Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide, Feb 1970 – Dec1973

    Doctor of Philosophy, Dept. Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, and St. John’s College, University of Cambridge, Oct 1974 – May 1978

    Graduate Diploma in Economics (Hons), Australian National University, part-time, Feb 1981 – Jun 1982 

 

Prizes, Awards, Honours, Fellowships

Prize of Excellence, Werner Petersen Foundation, Sept 2018

Elected a Fellow of the American Geophysical Union, 2018 

Appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC), January 2018

NSW Premier's Prize for Excellence in Mathematics, Earth Sciences, Chemistry and Physics, 2017 

Awarded a Laureate Professorial Fellowship by the Australian Research Council, funding 5 years of research with 4 postdoctoral fellows, 2016 – 2021

Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales, 2015. 

Jaeger Medal 2015, awarded by the Australian Academy of Science for outstanding investigations into the solid earth or its oceans

Royal Society of Tasmania Medal 2013, awarded by the Royal Society of Tasmania for substantial original research in the natural sciences  

Elected a Fellow of the Institute of Physics (UK), 2012

Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of London, 2012

Prince Albert I Medal, July 2011, awarded every second year by the International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans (IAPSO)

Anton Bruun Medal, awarded by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Paris, Jun 2009

Appointed a CSIRO Fellow, 2007

A. G. Huntsman Award for Excellence in Marine Science, presented by the Royal Society of Canada, 2005 

AMOS Fellow (Fellow of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society), 2004  

Centenary Medal for “Service to Australian Society and Science in Marine Science”, 2001

M. R. Banks Medal, awarded by the Royal Society of Tasmania to honour outstanding academic achievement by a mid-career scientist, 1998

Elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, 1997

Humboldt Prize, given by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for fully-funded sabbatical visits by senior academics; taken up at the University of Kiel, May – Nov 1997

David Rivett Medal, awarded every 4 years for “Outstanding Research in the Physical Sciences by a CSIRO Scientist who is less than 40 years old”, awarded 1992

Frederick White Prize, awarded by the Australian Academy of Science for “Research Excellence in the Natural Sciences”, 1988

Queen's Fellowship in Marine Science, held at the Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, 1978-1980

J. T. Knight Prize, 1976, awarded by the University of Cambridge for research completed in the first year of a Ph.D. student's candidature

South Australian Engineering Design Award, 1975; awarded to Garry L. Brown and Trevor J. McDougall by the Australian Institution of Engineers, for a high-speed data acquisition system using TTL logic.

 

Editorial positions

  • Associate Editor of the Journal of Physical Oceanography, 2018 – present
  • Associate Editor of the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 2013 – 2014
  • Advisory Board member, 2009 – present
  • Associate Editor, Ocean Science, published by the European Geophysical Union, 2004 – 2009
  • Associate Editor, Deep-Sea Research, responsible for papers on theoretical oceanography and oceanic modelling; 1988 –  1993

 

TEOS-10 website for seawater papers and computer software

     Trevor McDougall and Paul Barker created and maintain the www.TEOS-10.org web site which describes the thermodynamic properties of seawater, ice and humid air.  This web site has had ~56,000 unique visits and ~10,900 unique downloads of the TEOS-10 computer software between October 2010 and September 2017. 

 

 
Full CV and Publication List of Trevor McDougall follows
 

 

Prizes, Awards, Honours, Fellowships

- Prize of Excellence, Werner Petersen Foundation, Sept 2018

- Elected a Fellow of American Geophysical Union, 2018 

- Appointed a Companion of the Order of Australia (AC), January 2018

- NSW Premier’s Prize for Excellence in Mathematics, Earth Sciences, Chemistry and Physics2017, awarded by the Premier of New South Wales

- Jaeger Medal 2015, awarded every second year by the Australian Academy of Science for outstanding investigations into the solid Earth or its oceans.

- Australian Laureate Fellowship, awarded by the Australian Research Council, funding five years of research with four postdoctoral fellows, May 2016 – May 2021.

- Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales, 2015.

- Royal Society of Tasmania Medal2013, awarded every fourth year by the Royal Society of Tasmania for substantial original research in the natural sciences.

- AppointedScientia Professorby the University of New South Wales, Jan 2013

- Elected a Fellow of the Institute of Physics(UK), 2012

- Elected a Fellow of the Royal Society of London, 2012

- Prince Albert I Medal and Prince Albert I Memorial Lecture, July 2011. This medal was established by the International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans (IAPSO) in 2001 and is awarded every second year for outstanding contributions to the advancement of the physical and/or chemical sciences of the ocean.

- Anton Bruun Medal and Anton Bruun Memorial Lecture, awarded by the Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Paris, Jun 2009

- Appointed a CSIRO Fellow (Fellow of the Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation), 2007

- Editor’s Award from the American Meteorological Society for “Detailed, constructive, and sometimes entertaining reviews of numerous difficult manuscripts for the Journal of Physical Oceanography”, 2006

- A. G. Huntsman Award for Excellence in Marine Science, 2005. This is Canada’s top medal in marine science and is presented by the Royal Society of Canada for “outstanding scholarship that has had a major influence on the development of marine scientific thought”. 

- Elected an inaugural AMOS Fellow (Fellow of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society), 2004

- Centenary Medal for “Service to Australian Society and Science in Marine Science”, 2001

- M R Banks Medal, awarded every second year by the Royal Society of Tasmania to honour outstanding academic achievement by a mid-career scientist, 1998

- Elected a Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science, 1997

- Humboldt Research Award, given by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation of Germany for fully-funded sabbatical visits by senior academics; taken up at the University of Kiel, May – Nov 1997

- David Rivett Medal, awarded every 4 years for “Outstanding Research in the Physical Sciences by a CSIRO Scientist who is less than 40 years old”, awarded 1992

- One of four science “High Flyers of 1988”, The Bulletin, Jan 1988

- Frederick White Prize, awarded by the Australian Academy of Science for “Research Excellence in the Natural Sciences”, 1988

- Queen's Fellowship in Marine Science, held at the Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, 1978-1980

- Summer Fellowship of the Geophysical Fluid Dynamics Program at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Jun - Aug 1976

- J. T. Knight Prize, 1976, awarded by the University of Cambridge for research completed in the first year of a Ph.D. student's candidature

- South Australian Engineering Design Award, 1975; awarded to Garry L. Brown and Trevor J. McDougall by the Australian Institution of Engineers, for a high-speed data acquisition system using TTL logic.

- George Murray Overseas Postgraduate Scholarship awarded by the University of Adelaide, held at the University of Cambridge 1974 – 1977

- BHP Tubemakers prize for Engineering Management, Adelaide University, 1973

- Johns Perry Waygood prize for Honours Mechanical Engineering, Adelaide University, 1973

- Shell prize for 3rd year Mechanical Engineering, Adelaide University, 1972

 

Professional Experience

- Excellence Professorship of the Werner Petersen Foundation, Germany, Sept 2018

- Henry Houghton chair for visiting senior earth scientists, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Sep-Dec 2015

- Adjunct Professor, University of Tasmania, from Oct 2014

- Scientia Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales, Jan 2013 – present

- Professor, School of Mathematics and Statistics, University of New South Wales, May 2012 – Dec 2012

- Associate Investigator, ARC Centre of Excellence for Climate System Science, July 2012 – present

- Visiting Rossby Fellow, University of Stockholm. Oct 2017, and for a week in seven years dating back to 2008

- CSIRO Fellow, Division of Marine and Atmospheric Research, CSIRO, Jan 2007 – Nov 2011

- Research Group Leader, Ocean Observation and Assessment, Centre for Australian Weather and Climate Research, Hobart. Dec 2007 – June 2009

- Chief Research Scientist level 2 (CRS2), Division of Marine and Atmospheric Research, CSIRO, Hobart.
Jul 2005 – Dec 2006

- Research Group Leader, Climate Research Group, Division of Marine and Atmospheric Research, CSIRO, Hobart. Jul 2004 – Jun 2005

- Honorary Fellow, Cooperative Research Centre in Antarctic Climate and Ecosystems, June 2003 – present

- Humboldt Research Award, awarded by the Alexander von Humboldt Foundation for sabbatical visits to Germany by senior academics, taken up at the Institüt für Meereskunde, University of Kiel. May – Nov 1997

- Chief Research Scientist (CRS1), Division of Marine and Atmospheric Research, CSIRO, Hobart.
Jul 1996 – Jun 2005

- Sabbatical visit to the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, with financial assistance from WHOI and the US Office of Naval Research. Jun 1994 – Dec 1994

- Senior Principal Research Scientist - Division of Oceanography, CSIRO, Hobart. Jul 1991 – Jun 1996

- Technology Program Manager, Division of Oceanography, CSIRO. Jul 1990 – Mar 1993

- CSIRO Overseas Research Fellowship held at the School of Oceanography, University of Washington, Seattle, with financial assistance from the US Office of Naval Research. Apr 1989 – Oct 1989

- Principal Research Scientist in the Division of Oceanography, CSIRO. Jul 1987 – Jun 1991

- CSIRO Overseas Research Fellowship held at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, with financial assistance from WHOI. Jun 1985 – Nov 1985

- Senior Research Scientist in the Division of Oceanography, CSIRO. Jun 1983 – Jun 1987

- Research Fellow at the Research School of Earth Sciences, ANU. Jun 1980 – Jun 1983

- Queen's Fellow in Marine Science at the Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University. Jun 1978 – Jun 1980

- Graduate Student at St John’s College and the Department of Applied Mathematics and Theoretical Physics, University of Cambridge, (including three months as a Summer Fellow in Geophysical Fluid Dynamics at the Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 1976). Oct. 1974 – May 1978

- Design Engineer, Public Buildings Department, South Australian Government. Mar 1974 – Sep. 1974

- Research Officer, Department of Mechanical Engineering, University of Adelaide. Dec. 1973 – Feb. 1974

 

Students Supervised

· John R. Taylor, PhD student at the Research School of Earth Sciences, ANU; Ph.D. awarded 1986

· Yuzhu You, M.Sc. student supervised in Hobart for an M.Sc. at UNSW; M.Sc. awarded 1989

· Anthony Barr, Vacation Scholar, Dec 1987 - Feb 1988

· Jan D. Zika, Vacation Scholar, Dec 2004 - Feb 2005

· Andreas Klocker, Ph D student, Oct 2005 – Jun 2009; PhD awarded 2010

· Jan D. Zika, Ph D student, Mar 2006 – Sept 2009; PhD awarded 2010. Jan was awarded three prizes for his PhD research; the 2009 Southern Cross Young Tasmanian of the year (Environment section), the 2012 Doctoral Award of the Royal Society of Tasmania, and the 2012 Uwe Radok Award of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society, and the 2018 EGU Outstanding Early Career Award.

· Felicity S. Graham, Honours student, Jan – Nov 2010, 1stclass honours and University Medal, Dec 2010

· Claire Roberts-Thomson, vacation student from Harvard University, USA, June – Aug 2010

· Guillaume Serazin, Master’s student, University of Lyon, France, Apr - Sep 2011. Master’s awarded Oct 2011

· Sjoerd Groeskamp, PhD student, Jun 2011 – Dec 2014

· Yuehua Li, Masters student, Jan 2013 – Jun 2013

· Kwok-Aun Tan, Master’s student, Jan 2013 – June 2015

· Stefan Riha, PhD student, Jan 2013 – Jan 2018

· Yuehua Li, PhD student, March 2014 – Sep 2017

· David Woolsey, Honours student, Feb - Jul 2014

· Oliver Krzysik and Himmat Panag, vacation research students, Dec 2014 - Jan 2015

· Antony Patterson Honours student, Feb – Nov 2016.

 

PhD student administration

· CSIRO representative on the University of Tasmania – CSIRO Joint Program in Quantitative Marine Science, awarding top-up scholarships, and ensuring academic rigour in PhD project proposals, 2007-2011.

 

Postdoctoral Scholars Supervised

· Dr Yuehua Li, Nov 2017 – present

· Dr Paul M. Barker, May 2016 – present

· Dr Ryan Holmes, May 2016 – present

· Dr Casimir de Lavergne, October 2016 – present

· Dr Sjoerd Groeskamp, March 2017 – present

· Dr Andrew J. S. Meijers, May 2010 – Jan 2012, CSIRO OCE Postdoctoral Fellow

· Dr Jaclyn N. Brown, 2008 - 2009, CSIRO OCE Postdoctoral Fellow

· Dr Peter C. McIntosh, 1994 – 1997, Australian Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow

 

Editorial positions

· Associate Editorof the Journal of Physical Oceanography,2018 – present

· Advisory Board member, Ocean Science, published by the European Geophysical Union, May 2009 – present

· Associate Editorof the Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society, 2013 – 2014

· Editorial Board member, Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 2012 – 2014

· Editorial Committee member, International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam, 2010 – 2013

· Associate Editor, Ocean Science, published by the European Geophysical Union, Sep 2004 – May 2009

· Associate Editor, Deep-Sea Research, responsible for papers on theoretical oceanography and oceanic modelling; Oct 1988 – May 1993

· Guest Co-Editor of a special issue of Ocean Scienceon “Thermophysical Properties of Seawater”, 2008-2012

· Guest Co-Editor of a special issue ofDeep-Sea Research IIon “Ocean Mixing”, 2006

· Guest Co-Editor of a special issue of Deep-Sea Researchon Warm-Core Rings, 1986

 

Scientific Committees

- Member, selection committee for the Jaeger Medal of the Australian Academy of Science, 2018-2023.

- Chair of the selection committee for the 2019 Prince Albert I Medal of IAPSO (International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans).

- Member, selection committee for the International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics 2019 IUGG Gold Medal.

- Chair, Steering Committee to undertake the “Australian Climate Science Capability Review”, Australian Academy of Science, May-November 2016. Published as ISBN 978 0 85847 500 7 and available at www.science.org.au/climate-science-capability-review-2017

- Australian National Correspondent, IAPSO, the International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans, 2016 - present.

- Vice-President, IAPSO, the International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans, 2015-2019.

- Member of Sectional Committee 5 (Earth and Environmental Sciences) of the Royal Society, 2013-2016.

- Membership of the Oversight Committee preparing an update to the Academy of Science document “The Science of Climate Change: Questions and Answers”, August 2013 – February 2015. This publication is available at www.science.org.au/climatechange The original 2010 version (McDougall was also a member of the team that wrote this booklet) was distributed as > 200,000 hard copies and has had ~1,000,000 views on the Academy web site.

- Member of Sectional Committee 4 (Earth and Planetary Sciences) of the Australian Academy of Science, 2013-15

- Vice-chairman, Joint SCOR/IAPSO/IAPWS Committee on the properties of seawater. Jan 2012- present.

- Chair of the standing committee for the Elizabeth and Frederick White Conferences, Australian Academy of Science, member 2005 - 2010, chair 2008 – present

- Member of the selection committee for the 2013 and 2017 Prince Albert I Medals of IAPSO (International Association for the Physical Sciences of the Oceans).

- Member, Japan Prize nomination committee, 2012- present.

- Chair of the Tasmanian regional group of the Fellows of the Australian Academy of Science, 2007 - 2012.

- Principal Australian representative of SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research), 2004 - present

- Co-convenor, Science in the Shine Dome, 4thMay 2012, “Antarctic Science: from Mawson’s expedition to today”, Annual science symposium, Australian Academy of Science.

- Chair of the SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) and IAPSO (International Association of the Physical Sciences of the Ocean) Working Group 127 on “Thermodynamics and Equation of State of Seawater”, Jul 2005 – Dec 2011

- Vice-chair of the IAPWS (International Association for the Properties of Water and Steam) Subcommittee on Seawater, Jul 2010 – Sep 2011

- Chair of the Awards Committee of the Royal Society of Tasmania, 1999 - 2006

- Advisory Committee member, Research School of Earth Sciences, Australian National University, 2005-08.

- Member of Council, Australian Academy of Science, 2004 – 2007

- Member of the National Committee for Earth System Science, 2003 – 2008

- Member of the SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) Working Group 121 on “Ocean Mixing”, 2002 – 2008

- Member of Sectional Committee 4 (Solid and Fluid Earth and Planetary Sciences) of the Australian Academy of Science, 1999-2003; chair 2001 – 2003

- Chair of the National Committee for Atmospheric and Oceanic Sciences of the Australian Academy of Science; member 1999 - 2003; chair 2000 – 2003

- Member of the scientific organising committee of the WOCE International Conference, Halifax, 25-29 May 1998

- Chair of R. V. FranklinUser Sub-committee, 1996-1998

- Member of the SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) Working Group 108 on “Double Diffusion”, 1996 – 2003

- Member representing Australia, Intergovernmental WOCE Panel, 1990 – 1998.

- Chair of the Australian Scientific Steering Committee for the World Ocean Circulation Experiment; member 1987 – 2002; chair from 1993 to 2002

- Member of the Scientific Planning Group of Core Project 3 (The Gyre Dynamics Experiment) of the World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE); 1986 – 1989

- Member of the Scientific Steering Group (SSG) of the international World Ocean Circulation Experiment (WOCE), a part of the World Climate Research Program; 1986 – 1992

- Member, Tasmanian Inventions Advisory Panel for the Assistance to Inventors Scheme, 1984 –1985

- Member of the SCOR (Scientific Committee on Oceanic Research) Working Group 69 on 'Small-Scale Turbulence and Mixing in the Ocean', 1984 – 1988

 

Other memberships

- Fellow of Royal Society of London (2012), Fellow of the Australian Academy of Science (1997), Fellow of the American Geophysical Union (2018), Fellow of the Institute of Physics, UK (2012), Fellow of the Australian Meteorological and Oceanographic Society (2004), CSIRO Fellow (2007), Fellow of the Royal Society of New South Wales (2015).

- Member of (i) American Meteorological Society, (ii) European Geophysical Union, (iv) Royal Society of Tasmania.

- A contributor to the reports of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) which was awarded the 2007 Nobel Peace Prize.

- Listed in Who’s Who in Science and Engineering, since 1994

- Listed in Who’s Who in the World, since 1997

- Listed in Who’s Who, since 2012

- Listed in Who’s Who in Australia, since 2014

 

TEOS-10 website for seawater papers and computer software

Trevor McDougall and Paul Barker created and maintain the www.TEOS-10.orgweb site which describes the new thermodynamic properties of seawater, ice and humid air. Their computer software comprises 300 separate functions, each with its own help file and description of the thermodynamic theory underlying the algorithm. This web site has had 56,000 unique visits and 10,900 unique downloads of the TEOS-10 computer software between October 2010 and June 2017.

 

Video Interviews

Conducted video interviews of the following three Australian scientists for the Australian Academy of Science,

McDougall, T.J., Interview with Dr Shirley W Jeffrey AM FAA NAS, Interviews with Australian scientists, Australian Academy of Science, 2000, http://www.science.org.au/scientists/interviews/j/sj.html

McDougall, T.J., Interview with Professor Stewart J Turner FAA FInstP FRS, Interviews with Australian scientists, Australian Academy of Science, 2004, https://www.science.org.au/learning/general-audience/history/interviews-australian-scientists-0/professor-stewart-turner

McDougall, T.J., with Dr Angus D McEwan FAA, s with Australian scientists, Australian Academy of Science, 2011. https://www.science.org.au/learning/general-audience/history/interviews-australian-scientists-0/dr-angus-mcewan-oceanographer

 

 

 

 

Refereed Publications of Trevor J. McDougall (as at August 2018)

 

 1.    **   McDougall, T. J., 1978: Bubble plumes in stratified environments. J. Fluid Mech., 85, 655-672.  

2.     **   McDougall, T. J., 1979: On the elimination of refractive-index variations in turbulent density-stratified liquid flows. J. Fluid Mech., 93, 83-96.  

3.     **   McDougall, T. J., 1979: Measurements of turbulence in a zero-mean-shear mixed layer. J. Fluid Mech., 94, 409-431. 

4.           McDougall, T. J., 1980: Bias correction for individual realization LDA measurements. J. Phys. E: Scientific Instrumentation13, 53-60. 

5.           McDougall, T. J., 1981: Double-diffusive convection with a non-linear equation of state. I. The accurate conservation of properties in a two-layer system. Progress in Oceanography, 10, 71-89. 

6.     *     McDougall, T. J., 1981: Double-diffusive convection with a non-linear equation of state. II. Laboratory experiments and their interpretation.  Progress in Oceanography, 10, 91-121. 

7.           McDougall, T. J., 1981: Negatively buoyant vertical jets. Tellus, 33, 313-320.

8.           McDougall, T. J., 1981: Fluxes of properties through a series of double-diffusive interfaces with a non-linear equation of state.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 11, 1294-1299. 

9.           McDougall, T. J. and J. S. Turner, 1982: The influence of cross-diffusion on finger double-diffusive convection. Nature299, 812-814. 

10.         McDougall, T. J. and B. R. Ruddick, 1982: The effects on fine structure measurements of correcting for internal wave strain.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 12, 495-497. 

11.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1983: Double-diffusive convection caused by coupled molecular diffusion.J. Fluid Mech., 126, 379-397.

12.   *     McDougall, T. J., 1983: Greenland Sea Bottom Water formation: a balance between advection and double-diffusion. Deep-Sea Research,30, 1109-1117.

13.         McDougall, T. J., 1983: Double-diffusive plumes in unconfined and confined environments. J. Fluid Mech., 133, 321-343. 

14.   **   McDougall, T. J. and J. R. Taylor, 1984: Flux measurements across a finger interface at low values of the stability ratio. J. Marine Research, 42, 1-14. 

15.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1984: Fluid dynamic implications for massive sulphide deposits of hot saline fluid flowing into a submarine depression from below. Deep-Sea Research31, 145-170.

16.         McDougall, T. J. and J. A. Whitehead, 1984: Estimates of the relative roles of diapycnal, isopycnal and double-diffusive mixing in Antarctic Bottom Water in the North Atlantic. Journal of Geophysical Research, 89, 10479-10483. 

17.         Campbell, I. H., T. J. McDougall and J. S. Turner, 1984: A note on fluid dynamic processes which can influence the deposition of massive sulphides. Economic Geology,79, 1905-1913. 

18.   *     McDougall, T. J., 1984: Convective processes caused by a dense, hot saline source flowing into a submarine depression from above. Deep-Sea Res.31, 1287-1309.  

19.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1984: The relative roles of diapycnal and isopycnal mixing on subsurface water mass conversion.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 14, 1577-1589.  

20.         McDougall, T. J., 1985: A model of a frictionless double-diffusive gravity current on a horizontal surface. Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics,31,221-245. 

21.         Jackett, D. R. and T. J. McDougall, 1985: An oceanographic variable for the characterization of intrusions and water masses. Deep-Sea Research32, 1195-1207. 

22.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1985: Double-diffusive Interleaving: I. Linear Stability Analysis.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 15, 1532-1541.  

23.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1985:  Double-diffusive Interleaving: II. Finite Amplitude, steady-state interleaving.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 15, 1542-1556.  

24.   *     McDougall, T. J. and J. A. Church, 1986: Pitfalls with the numerical representation of isopycnal and diapycnal mixing.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, 16, 196-199. 

25.         Giles, A. B. and T. J. McDougall, 1986: Two methods for the reduction of salinity spiking of CTDs. Deep-Sea Research33,1253-1274. 

26.         Wiebe, P. H. and T. J. McDougall, 1986: Introduction to a collection of papers on warm-core rings. Deep-Sea Research33,1455-1457. 

27.         McDougall, T. J., 1986: Oceanic intrusions: some limitations of the Ruddick and Turner (1979) mechanism. Deep-Sea Research33,1653-1664. 

28.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1987: Neutral surfaces. Journal of Physical Oceanography, 17, 1950-1964. 

29.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1987: Thermobaricity, cabbeling, and water-mass conversion. Journal of Geophysical Research, 92, 5448-5464. 

30.         McDougall, T. J. and A. B. Giles, 1987: Migration of intrusions across isopycnals, with examples from the Tasman Sea. Deep-Sea Research34,1851-1866. 

31.         McDougall, T. J., 1987: The vertical motion of submesoscale coherent vortices across neutral surfaces.Journal of Physical Oceanography, 17, 2334-2342. 

32.         McDougall, T. J., 1987: Neutral surfaces in the ocean: Implications for modelling. Geophysical Research Letters14, 797-800.  

33.         McDougall, T. J., S. A. Thorpe and C. H. Gibson, 1988: Small-scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean: A glossary, inSmall-scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean, edited by J. C. J. Nihoul and B. M. Jamart, Elsevier, Amsterdam. 3-9.  

34.         McDougall, T. J., 1988: Some implications of ocean mixing for ocean modelling, in Small-scale turbulence and mixing in the ocean, edited by J. C. J. Nihoul and B. M. Jamart, Elsevier, Amsterdam. 21-35.  

35.   **   McDougall, T. J. and D. R. Jackett, 1988: On the helical nature of neutral trajectories in the ocean. Progress in Oceanography, 20, 153-183.  

36.   **   McDougall, T. J., 1988: Neutral-surface potential vorticity. Progress in Oceanography, 20, 185-221.  

37.         Ruddick, B. R., T. J. McDougall and J. S. Turner, 1989: The formation of layers in a uniformly stirred density gradient.Deep-Sea Research36, 597-609.  

38.   *     McDougall, T. J., 1989: Streamfunctions for the lateral velocity vector in a compressible ocean. J. Marine Research47,267-284.  

39.         McDougall, T. J., 1989: Dianeutral advection, in Parameterization of small-scale processes, edited by P. Müller and D. Henderson, Proceedings of the fifth ’Aha Huliko’a Hawaiian Winter Workshop, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 289-315.  

40.   *     McDougall, T. J., 1990: Bulk properties of hot smoker plumes. Earth and Planetary Sciences Letters99, 185-194.  

41.   *     You, Y. and T. J. McDougall, 1990: Neutral surfaces and potential vorticity in the World's Oceans. Journal of Geophysical Research,95, 13235-13261.  

42.   *     McDougall, T. J. and Y. You, 1990: Implications of the nonlinear equation of state for upwelling in the ocean interior. Journal of Geophysical Research,95, 13263-13276.

43.   *     McDougall, T. J., 1991: Interfacial advection in the thermohaline staircase east of Barbados. Deep-Sea Research38, 357-370.  

44.   *     Church, J. A., J. S. Godfrey, D. R. Jackett and T. J. McDougall, 1991: A model of sealevel rise caused by ocean thermal expansion. Journal of Climate,4, 438-456. 

45.         McDougall, T. J., 1991: Water-mass analysis with three conservative variables. Journal of Geophysical Research,96, 8687-8693.  

46.   *     McDougall, T. J., 1991: Parameterizing mixing in inverse models in Dynamics of Oceanic Internal Gravity Waves,  edited by P. Müller and D. Henderson, Proceedings of the sixth ’Aha Huliko’a Hawaiian Winter Workshop, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 355-386.  

47.         Joyce, T. M., and T. J. McDougall, 1992: Physical structure and temporal evolution of Gulf Stream warm-core ring 82B. Deep-Sea Research39, (Suppl.), S19-S44.  

48.         McDougall, T. J. and B. R. Ruddick, 1992: The use of ocean microstructure to quantify both turbulent mixing and salt-fingering. Deep-Sea Research39, 1931-1952.

49.   *     McDougall, T. J. and C. J. R. Garrett, 1992: Scalar conservation equations in a turbulent ocean. Deep-Sea Research39, 1953-1966. 

50.   **   Bindoff, N. L. and T. J. McDougall, 1994: Diagnosing climate change and ocean ventilation using hydrographic data. Journal of Physical Oceanography,24, 1137-1152.  

51.   **   Gent, P. R., J. Willebrand, T. J. McDougall and J. C. McWilliams, 1995: Parameterizing eddy-induced tracer transports in ocean circulation models. Journal of Physical Oceanography,25, 463-474.  

52.   **   Jackett, D. R. and T. J. McDougall, 1995: Minimal adjustment of hydrographic profiles to achieve static stability. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology12, 381-389.  

53.   *     McDougall, T. J., 1995: The influence of ocean mixing on the absolute velocity vector. Journal of Physical Oceanography,25, 705-725. 

54.         McDougall, T. J., 1995: Corrigendum to “The influence of ocean mixing on the absolute velocity vector”.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,25, 2813.  

55.         Pittock, A. B., M. R. Dix, K. J. Hennessy, D. R. Jackett, J. J. Katzfey, T. J. McDougall, K. L. McInnes, S. P. O’Farrell, I. N. Smith, R. Suppiah, K. J. Walsh, P. H. Whetton and S. G. Wilson, 1995: Progress towards climate change scenarios for the southwest Pacific. Weather and Climate15, 21-46. 

56.         You, Y., T. J. McDougall and R. W. Schmitt, 1995: Dianeutral motion, water-mass conversion and non-linear effects on the density ratio in the Pacific thermocline. Journal of Physical Oceanography,25, 1891-1904.  

57.   *     Hirst, A. C., D. R. Jackett and T. J. McDougall, 1996: The meridional overturning cells of a world ocean model in neutral density coordinates. Journal of Physical Oceanography26, 775-791.  

58.   **   Hirst, A. C. and T. J. McDougall, 1996: Deep water properties and surface buoyancy flux as simulated by a z-coordinate model including eddy-induced advection. Journal of Physical Oceanography26, 1320-1343.  

59.   *     McIntosh, P. C. and T. J. McDougall, 1996: Isopycnal averaging and the residual mean circulation. Journal of Physical Oceanography26, 1655-1660.  

60.         McDougall, T. J., A. C. Hirst, M. H. England and P. C. McIntosh, 1996: Implications of a new eddy parameterization for ocean models. Geophysical Research Letters23, 2085-2088.  

61.   **   McDougall, T. J. and P. C. McIntosh, 1996: The temporal-residual-mean velocity. Part I: Derivation and the scalar conservation equations. Journal of Physical Oceanography26, 2653-2665.  

62.   **   Jackett, D. R. and T. J. McDougall, 1997: A neutral density variable for the world’s oceans. Journal of Physical Oceanography,27, 237-263. 

63.         Karoly, D. J., P. C. McIntosh, P. Berrisford, T. J. McDougall and A. C. Hirst, 1997: Similarities between the Deacon Cell in the Southern Ocean and the Ferrel Cells in the atmosphere. Quarterly Journal of the Royal Meteorological Society123, 519-526.  

64.   *     Dewar, W. K., Y. Hsueh, T. J. McDougall and D. Yuan, 1998: Calculation of pressure in ocean simulations.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,28, 577-588. 

65.   *     Hirst, A. C. and T. J. McDougall, 1998: Meridional overturning and dianeutral transport in a z-coordinate ocean model including eddy-induced advection.  Journal of Physical Oceanography28, 1205-1223.  

66.   **   McDougall, T. J. and W. K. Dewar, 1998: Vertical mixing and cabbeling in layered models.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,28, 1458-1480.  

67.         McDougall, T. J., 1998: Three-Dimensional Residual-Mean Theory.  In “Ocean Modeling and Parameterization”. E P Chassignet and J Verron (eds.), 269-302. 

68.         Godfrey, J. S., E. F. Bradley, P. A. Coppin, L. F. Pender, T. J. McDougall, E. W. Schulz, and I. Helmond, 1999: Measurements of upper ocean heat and freshwater budgets near a drifting buoy in the equatorial Indian Ocean, Journal of Geophysical Research104, 13269 - 13302. 

69.         McDougall, T. J. and K. G. Speer, 1999: Fluxes of heat and tracers in “hot smoker” plumes.  Journal of Geophysical Research,104, 18,301-18,304.  

70.         Jackett, D. R., T. J. McDougall, M. H. England and A. C. Hirst, 2000: Thermal expansion in ocean and coupled general circulation models. Journal of Climate,13, 1384-1405.  

71.   *     Bindoff, N. L. and T. J. McDougall, 2000: Decadal changes along an Indian Ocean section at 32°S and their interpretation. Journal of Physical Oceanography,30, 1207-1222. 

72.         Dewar, W. K. and T. J. McDougall, 2000: The numerical solution of the one-dimensional advection-diffusion equation in layered coordinates.  Monthly Weather Review128, 2575-2587.  

73.         Toole, J. M. and T. J. McDougall, 2001: Mixing and stirring in the ocean interior. Ocean Circulation and Climate, G. Siedler, J. A. Church and J. Gould, eds., Academic Press, 337-355. 

74.   **   McDougall, T. J. and P. C. McIntosh, 2001: The temporal-residual-mean velocity. Part II: Isopycnal interpretation and the tracer and momentum equations. Journal of Physical Oceanography31, 1222-1246.  

75.         McDougall, T. J., 2001: Representing the effects of mesoscale eddies in coarse-resolution ocean models, in From Stirring to Mixing in a Stratified Ocean,  edited by P. Müller and D. Henderson, Proceedings of the 12th ’Aha Huliko’a Hawaiian Winter Workshop, January 16-19, 2001, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 33 - 38.  

76.   *     McDougall, T. J., R. J. Greatbatch and Y. Lu, 2002: On conservation equations in oceanography: How accurate are Boussinesq ocean models?  Journal of Physical Oceanography,32, 1574-1584.  

77.   *     McDougall, T. J., D. R. Jackett, D. G. Wright and R. Feistel, 2003: Accurate and computationally efficient algorithms for potential temperature and density of seawater.  Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology,20, 730-741.  

78.   **   McDougall, T. J. 2003: Potential enthalpy: A conservative oceanic variable for evaluating heat content and heat fluxes.  Journal of Physical Oceanography33, 945-963.  

79.         Greatbatch, R. J. and T. J. McDougall, 2003: The non-Boussinesq Temporal-Residual-Mean.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,33, 1231-1239.  

80.         McDougall, T. J., 2003: Dianeutral upwelling without dissipation of kinetic energy, in Near Boundary Processes and their Parameterization,edited by P. Müller and D. Henderson, Proceedings of the 13th ’Aha Huliko’a Hawaiian Winter Workshop, January 21-24, 2003, University of Hawaii at Manoa, 229 - 237.  

81.   *     McDougall, T. J. and R. Feistel, 2003: What causes the adiabatic lapse rate?  Deep-Sea Research I,50, 1523-1535.  

82.   *     McDougall, T. J., J. A. Church and D. R. Jackett, 2003: Does the nonlinearity of the equation of state impose an upper bound on the buoyancy frequency?  Journal of Marine Research61, 745-764. 

83.         Walsh, K. J. E., H. Betts, J. Church, A. B. Pittock, K. McInnes, D. R. Jackett and T. J. McDougall, 2004: Using sea level rise projections for urban planning in Australia.  Journal of Coastal Research20, 586-598.  

84.         McDougall, T. J., 2004:  Foreword to the book Fundamentals of Ocean Climate Modelsby S. M. Griffies, Princeton University Press, 518pp + xxxiv, Princeton, USA. 

85.   *     McDougall, T. J. and D. R. Jackett, 2005:  An assessment of orthobaric density in the global ocean.  Journal of Physical Oceanography35, 2054–2075.  

86.         McDougall, T. J., R. W. Schmitt, G. Veronis and F. Webster, 2005:  The life and work of Nick Fofonoff.  Journal of Marine Research63, 1-7.  

87.         McDougall, T. J. and D. R. Jackett, 2005:  The material derivative of neutral density.  Journal of Marine Research63, 159-185.  

88.         Muench, R., T. McDougall and H. Burchard, 2006:  Editorial, special issue on Ocean Mixing, Deep-Sea Research II,53, 1-4.  

89.         Jackett, D. R., T. J. McDougall, R. Feistel, D. G. Wright and S. M. Griffies, 2006: Algorithms for density, potential temperature, conservative temperature and freezing temperature of seawater.  Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology,23, 1709-1728.  

90.         McDougall, T. J., P. R. Gent and S. Drijfhout, 2007:  Comment on “Dynamical model of mesoscales in z-coordinates” and “The effect of mesoscales on the tracer equation in z-coordinates OGCMs” by V M Canuto and M S Dubovikov.  Ocean Modelling,17, 163-171.  

91.   *     McDougall, T. J. and D. R. Jackett, 2007:  The thinness of the ocean in  SA-CT space and the implications for mean diapycnal advection.  Journal of Physical Oceanography37, 1714-1732. 

92.   **   Millero, F. J., R. Feistel, D. G. Wright and T. J. McDougall, 2008: The composition of Standard Seawater and the definition of the Reference-Composition Salinity Scale.  Deep-Sea Research-I,55, 50-72.  This paper has been the most downloaded paper of Deep-Sea Research-Ibetween 2011 and 2014, see http://top25.sciencedirect.com/subject/earth-and-planetary-sciences/9/journal/deep-sea-research-part-i-oceanographic-research-papers/09670637/archive/59/

93.         Zika, J. D. and T. J. McDougall, 2008:  Vertical and lateral mixing processes deduced from the Medi-terranean Water signature in the North Atlantic.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,38, 164-176.  

94.         McDougall, T. J., P. R. Gent and S. Drijfhout, 2008: Comment on “Complete Eulerian-mean tracer equation for coarse resolution OGCMs” by M S Dubovikov and V M Canuto.  Geophysical and Astrophysical Fluid Dynamics,102, 249-256.  

95.   *     Iudicone, D., G. Madec, and T. J. McDougall, 2008: Water-mass transformations in a neutral density framework and the key role of light penetration.  Journal of Physical Oceanography38, 1357-1376.  

96.         Feistel, R., D. G. Wright, K. Miyagawa, A. H. Harvey, J. Hruby, D. R. Jackett, T. J.McDougall and W. Wagner, 2008: Mutually consistent thermodynamic potentials for fluid water, ice and seawater: a new standard for oceanographyOcean Science4, 275-291. http://www.ocean-sci.net/4/275/2008/os-4-275-2008.html  

97.         IOC, CLIVAR and M. Hood (ed.) with contributing author T. J. McDougall, 2009: Ship-based Repeat Hydrography: A Strategy for a Sustained Global Program, Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission Technical Series 89 UNESCO (English), IOCCP Reports 17, ICPO Publication 42, ESA Publication WPP-306. http://unesdoc.unesco.org/images/0018/001865/186560e.pdf

98.   *     Klocker, A., T. J. McDougall and D. R. Jackett, 2009: A new method for forming approximately neutral surfaces.  Ocean Sci.5, 155-172. http://www.ocean-sci.net/5/155/2009/os-5-155-2009.html  

99.         Klocker, A., T. J. McDougall and D. R. Jackett, 2009: Corrigendum to "A new method for forming approximately neutral surfaces" published in Ocean Science, 5, 155–172, 2009, Ocean Sci.,5, 191-191. http://www.ocean-sci.net/5/191/2009/os-5-191-2009.html  

100. *    Zika, J. D., B. M. Sloyan and T. J. McDougall, 2009: Diagnosing the Southern Ocean overturning from tracer fields.  Journal of Physical Oceanography39, 2926 – 2940.  

101.               McDougall, T. J. and D. R. Jackett, 2009: Neutral surfaces and the equation of state.  Encyclopaedia of Ocean Sciences(2nd edition), Eds., J. H. Steele, K. H. Turekian and S. A. Thorpe, Elsevier, 4097 - 4103.  

102.               McDougall, T. J., D. R. Jackett and F. J. Millero, 2009: An algorithm for estimating Absolute Salinity in the global ocean.  Ocean Sci. Discuss.,6, 215-242.  
http://www.ocean-sci-discuss.net/6/215/2009/osd-6-215-2009.html  

103.        McDougall, T. J., 2009: an author of the article, Sampling Physical Ocean Fields in WCRP CMIP5 Simulations,International CLIVAR Project Office, CLIVAR Publication Series No. 137.  http://www.clivar.org/sites/default/files/imported/organization/wgomd/references/WGOMD_CMIP5_ocean_fields.pdf 

104. **   Zika, J. D., T. J. McDougall and B. M. Sloyan, 2010: A tracer-contour inverse method for estimating ocean circulation and mixing.  J. Physical Oceanography40, 26 – 47. 

105. **   The Science of Climate Change: Questions and Answers, Australian Academy of Science, August 2010; member of the committee which was responsible for preparing this document.  This publication was distributed as > 200,000 hard copies and has had ~1,000,000 views on the Academy web site, at www.science.org.au/policy/climatechange2010.html 

106. *     McDougall, T. J. and A. Klocker, 2010: An approximate geostrophic streamfunction for use in density surfaces.  Ocean Modelling32, 105-117.  

107. **   IOC, SCOR, and IAPSO, 2010: The International Thermodynamic Equation of Seawater –2010: Calculation and Use of Thermodynamic Properties.  Written by: T. J. McDougall, R. Feistel, D. G. Wright, R. Pawlowicz, F. J. Millero, D. R. Jackett, B. A. King, G. M. Marion, S. Seitz, P. Spitzer and C.-T. A. Chen., Tech. rep., Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission, Manuals and Guides No. 56, UNESCO (English), 196pp., Paris 2010.  available at http://www.TEOS-10.org/pubs/TEOS-10_Manual.pdf  

108. **   Klocker, A. and T. J. McDougall, 2010: Influence of the nonlinear equation of state on global estimates of dianeutral advection and diffusion.  Journal of Physical Oceanography40, 1690–1709.  

109. *     Klocker, A. and T. J. McDougall, 2010: Quantifying the consequences of the ill-defined nature of neutral surfaces.  Journal of Physical Oceanography40, 1866-1880. 

110.**    Zika, J. D., T. J. McDougall and B. M. Sloyan, 2010: Weak mixing in the eastern North Atlantic: An application of the tracer-contour inverse method.  J. Physical Oceanography40, 1881-1893.  

111.       To Live Within Earth’s Limits:- An Australian Plan to develop a Science for the whole Earth System,Australian Academy of Science, 2010, ISBN 978-0-85847-287-7; contributor to the writing of this document.  available at  http://science.org.au/natcoms/nc-ess/documents/ess-report2010.pdf 

112.        Wright, D. G., R. Pawlowicz, T. J. McDougall, R. Feistel and G. M. Marion, 2011: Absolute Salinity, “Density Salinity” and the Reference-Composition Salinity Scale: present and future use in the seawater standard TEOS-10.  Ocean Sci.7, 1-26.  http://www.ocean-sci.net/7/1/2011/os-7-1-2011.pdf    

113. **   McDougall T. J. and P. M. Barker, 2011: Getting started with TEOS-10 and the Gibbs Seawater (GSW) Oceanographic Toolbox, 28pp, SCOR/IAPSO WG127, ISBN 978-0-646-55621-5.  available at http://www.TEOS-10.org/pubs/Getting_Started.pdf    

114.        Pawlowicz, R., T. McDougall, R. Feistel and R. Tailleux, 2012: An historical perspective on the development of the Thermodynamic Equation of Seawater – 2010:  Ocean Sci.8, 161-174.  http://www.ocean-sci.net/8/161/2012/os-8-161-2012.pdf 

115.        **    McDougall, T. J., D. R. Jackett, F. J. Millero, R. Pawlowicz and P. M. Barker, 2012: A global algorithm for estimating Absolute Salinity. Ocean Science8, 1123-1134.   http://www.ocean-sci.net/8/1123/2012/os-8-1123-2012.pdf  The computer software is available from www.TEOS-10.org  

116. **   Graham, F. S. and T. J. McDougall, 2013: Quantifying the non-conservative production of Conservative Temperature, potential temperature and entropy Journal of Physical Oceanography,43, 838-862. 

117.        McDougall T. J., R. Feistel and R. Pawlowicz, 2013: Thermodynamics of Seawater. In Ocean Circulation and Climate(2nd Ed.), Eds., G. Siedler, S. M. Griffies, J. Gould and J. A. Church, Academic Press, 141-158.  

118. **   McDougall T. J. and S. J. Wotherspoon, 2014: A simple modification of Newton’s method to achieve convergence of order .  Applied Mathematics Letters29, 20-25.  http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.aml.2013.10.008  

119.        Groeskamp S., J. D. Zika, T. J. McDougall, B. M. Sloyan and F. Laliberté, 2014:  The representation of ocean circulation and variability in thermodynamic coordinates. Journal of Physical Oceanography44, 1735-1750.  

120. *     McDougall, T. J., P. M. Barker, R. Feistel and B. K. Galton-Fenzi, 2014: Melting of ice and sea ice into seawater, and frazil ice formation. Journal of Physical Oceanography,44, 1751-1775. 

121.       McDougall, T. J., S. Groeskamp and S. M. Griffies, 2014: On geometrical aspects of interior ocean mixing.  Journal of Physical Oceanography44, 2164-2175.  

122.        Groeskamp S., J. D. Zika, B. M. Sloyan, T. J. McDougall and P. C. McIntosh, 2014: A thermohaline inverse method for estimating diathermohaline circulation and mixing. Journal of Physical Oceanography44, 2681-2697.  

123.        McDougall, T. J. and P. M. Barker, 2014: Comment on “Buoyancy frequency profiles and internal semidiurnal tide turning depths in the oceans” by B. King et al., J. Geophys. Res. Oceans119, doi:10.1002/2014JC010066.  

124.       Dewar W. K., J. Schoonover, T. J. McDougall and W. R. Young, 2015: Semicompressible ocean dynamics.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,45, 149-156.  

125. **   The Science of Climate Change: Questions and Answers, 2015: Australian Academy of Science, published 15 February 2015; member of the committee which was responsible for preparing this document.  This publication is available at www.science.org.au/climatechange

126.       Li, Y. and T. J. McDougall, 2015: Double-Diffusive Interleaving: Properties of the Steady-State Solution.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,45, 813-835.  

127. *     Roquet, F., G. Madec, T. J. McDougall and P. M. Barker, 2015: Accurate polynomial expressions for the density and specific volume of seawater using the TEOS-10 standard.  Ocean Modelling90, 29-43.  

128.        McDougall, T. J. and O. A. Krzysik, 2015: Spiciness.  Journal of Marine Research, 73, 141-152.  

129. **   Feistel, R., R. Wielgosz, S. A. Bell, M. F. Camões, J. R. Cooper, P. Dexter, A. G. Dickson, P. Fisicaro, A. H. Harvey, M. Heinonen, O. Hellmuth, H-J. Kretzschmar, J. W. Lovell-Smith, T. J. McDougall, R. Pawlowicz, P. Ridout, S. Seitz, P. Spitzer, D. Stoica and H. Wolf, 2016:  Metrological challenges for measurements of key climatological observables: Oceanic salinity and pH, and atmospheric humidity.  Part I Overview.  Metrologia,53, R1-R11.  
http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0026-1394/53/1/R1/pdf   

130. *     Pawlowicz, R., R. Feistel, T. J. McDougall, P. Ridout, S. Seitz and H. Wolf, 2016:  Metrological challenges for measurements of key climatological observables: Part 2, Oceanic salinity.  Metrologia53, R12-R25.  http://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/0026-1394/53/1/R12/pdf  

131.        Dewar W. K., J. Schoonover, T. J. McDougall and R. Klein, 2016: Semicompressible ocean thermodynamics and Boussinesq energy conservation.  Fluids1(2): 9, 
http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/fluids1020009  

132. **   Ferrari, R., A. Mashayek, T. J. McDougall, M. Nikurashin and J-M Campin, 2016: Turning ocean mixing upside down.  Journal of Physical Oceanography46, 2239-2261.  

 

133.        Griffies, S. M., Danabasoglu, G., Durack, P. J., Adcroft, A. J., Balaji, V., Böning, C. W., Chassignet, E. P., Curchitser, E., Deshayes, J., Drange, H., Fox-Kemper, B., Gleckler, P. J., Gregory, J. M., Haak, H., Hallberg, R. W., Heimbach, P., Hewitt, H. T., Holland, D. M., Ilyina, T., Jungclaus, J. H., Komuro, Y., Krasting, J. P., Large, W. G., Marsland, S. J., Masina, S., McDougall, T. J., Nurser, A. J. G., Orr, J. C., Pirani, A., Qiao, F., Stouffer, R. J., Taylor, K. E., Treguier, A. M., Tsujino, H., Uotila, P., Valdivieso, M., Wang, Q., Winton, M., and Yeager, S. G., 2016: OMIP contribution to CMIP6: experimental and diagnostic protocol for the physical component of the Ocean Model Intercomparison Project, 2016: Geosci. Model Dev., 9, 3231-3296, doi:10.5194/gmd-9-3231-2016. 

134. **   McDougall, T. J. and R. Ferrari, 2017: Abyssal upwelling and downwelling driven by near-boundary mixing.  Journal of Physical Oceanography47, 261- 283.  
http://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/10.1175/JPO-D-16-0082.1

135. *     Groeskamp S., B. M. Sloyan, T. J. McDougall and J. D. Zika, 2017: Mixing inferred from an ocean climatology and surface fluxes.  Journal of Physical Oceanography47, 667-687.  

136.        McDougall, T. J., S. Groeskamp and S. M. Griffies, 2017: Comment on “Tailleux, R. Neutrality versus materiality: A thermodynamic theory of neutral surfaces. Fluids2016, 1, 32”.  Fluids,2, 19,doi:10.3390/fluids2020019.  

137. **   McDougall, T. J. (chair), J. Arblaster, H. Cleugh, D. Griggs, R. Keenan, N. Nicholls and G. Pearman, 2017: Australian Climate Science Capability Review, A review commissioned by the Australian Academy of Science, ISBN 978 0 85847 500 7 and available at www.science.org.au/climate-science-capability-review-2017

138. *     Barker, P. M. and T. J. McDougall, 2017:  Stabilising hydrographic profiles with minimal change to water masses. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology,34, 1935-1945.  

139. **   de Lavergne, C., G. Madec, F. Roquet, R. M. Holmes and T. J. McDougall, 2017: Abyssal ocean overturning shaped by seafloor distribution.  Nature551, 181-186,https://www.nature.com/articles/nature24472

140.        de Lavergne, C., Madec, G., Roquet, F., Holmes, R. M. and McDougall, T. J., 2017;  Neutrally Averaged Radiocarbon Climatology (NCEI Accession 0166518). Version 1.1. NOAA National Centers for Environmental Information. Dataset. doi:10.7289/V5833Q7K [2017-09-13].  https://www.nodc.noaa.gov/ocads/oceans/DC14_climate.html

141.        McDougall, T. J. and R. Ferrari, 2018: Reply to “Comment on “Abyssal upwelling and downwelling driven by near-boundary mixing”.  Journal of Physical Oceanography48, 749- 753.  https://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/abs/10.1175/JPO-D-17-0227.1

142.        Holmes, R. M., C. de Lavergne and T. J. McDougall, 2018: Ridges, seamounts, troughs and bowls: Topographic control of the dianeutral circulation in the abyssal ocean.  Journal of Physical Oceanography48, 861-882.  https://journals.ametsoc.org/doi/10.1175/JPO-D-17-0141.1

143.        Winters, K. B. and T. J. McDougall, 2018: Mixing induced upwelling along a sloping boundary energized by the internal tide.  Journal of Physical Oceanography,   submitted 31May2018 

144.        Li, Y., T. J. McDougall, S. Keating, C. de Lavergne and G. Madec, 2018: The Horizontal Residual Mean:- addressing the limited spatial resolution of ocean models.  Journal of Physical Oceanography, Submitted 31 May 2018.   

145.        McDougall, T. J. and P. M. Barker, 2018:  An Interpolation Method Using Multiply-Rotated Piecewise Cubic Hermite Interpolating Polynomials.  submitted 07 Aug2018 to Studies in Applied Mathematics 

146.        Barker, P. M. and T. J. McDougall, 2018:  An interpolating method for oceanographic data.  Submitted 09Aug2018 to Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology,

 

 

Publications summary

     Trevor McDougall has published 142 papers in peer-reviewed journals.  His citation count is 8100, (Google Scholar,
August 2018), accumulating at about 500 per year, with a Hirsch index of 45.  Twenty three have received more than
100 citations, while five have been cited more that 300 times.  

 

 

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