J. Ronald V. Zaneveld


B.S.Old Dominion University (Physics)1964
M.S.Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Physics)1966
Ph.D.Oregon State University (Oceanography)1971


Teaching and Research Assistant, Old Dominion University1962–64
Teaching Assistant, Massachusetts Institute of Technology1965–66
Graduate Research Assistant, Oregon State University1966–71
Research Associate, Oregon State University1971–77
Associate Professor (Senior Research), Oregon State University1977–79
Associate Professor, Oregon State University1979–82
Professor, Oregon State University1982–2000
Professor Emeritus, Oregon State University2000–present
Director of Research, WET Labs2000–present

Current Work Description:
Professor Emeritus, Optical Oceanography Group, Oregon State University; Director of Research, Western Environmental Technology Laboratories.

Research in the theory of radiative transfer, visibility, relationship of inherent and apparent optical properties, relationship of particle and optical characteristics, design of optical instrumentation.

Theoretical dependence of the near-asymptotic apparent optical properties on the inherent optical properties of seawater. J. Opt. Soc. Amer. 59(4): 373-377 (1969) (G.F. Beardsley and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Modulation transfer function of seawater. J. Opt. Soc. Amer. 59(4): 378-380 (1969) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and G.F. Beardsley).

Measurements of optical properties at an oceanic front observed near the Galapagos Islands, J. Geophys. Res74(32): 5540-5541 (1969) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, M. Andrade and G.F. Beardsley).

Image degradation over seawater paths—a review. AGARD conference proceedings No. 77. Electromagnetics of the Sea. AGARD-cp-77-70 (1970) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, R.T. Hodgson and G.F. Beardsley).

Mie scattering of suspended clay particles. J. Geophys. Res76(21): 5065-5069 (1971) (H. Pak, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and G.F. Beardsley).

Some aspects of the axially symmetric submarine daylight field. J. Geophys. Res77(15): 2677-2680 (1972) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, H. Pak).

Light scattering and suspended matter in nepheloid layers. J. Geophys. Res77(9): 1689-1694 (1972) (W.S. Plank, H. Pak, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Optical and hydrographic observations of the Cromwell Current between 92° 00' west and the Galapagos Islands. J. Geophys. Res78(15): 2708-2714 (1973) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, W.S. Plank and H.Pak).

A method for the determination of the index of refraction of particles suspended in the ocean. J. Opt. Soc. Am63(3): 321-324 (1973) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and H. Pak).

Distribution of suspended matter in the Panama Basin. J. Geophys. Res78(30): 7113-7121 (1973) (W.S. Plank, H. Pak and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

The Cromwell Current on the East side of the Galapagos Islands. J. Geophys. Res. 78(33): 7845–7859 (1973 (H. Pak and J.R.V Zaneveld).

Reply to comment on "A method for the determination of the index of refraction of particles suspended in the ocean." J. Opt. Soc. Am63(12): 1618 (1973) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and H. Pak).

Variation of optical sea parameters with depth. AGARD-NATO lecture series No. 61 Optics of the Sea, AGARD-LS-61, pp 2.3-1–2.3-22 (1973).

New developments of the theory of radiative transfer in the ocean. In: Optical Aspects of Oceanography, N.G. Jerlov, ed., Academic Press, London, pp. 121-134 (1973).

The spatial distribution of the index of refraction of suspended matter in the ocean. In: Suspended Solids in Water, R.J. Gibbs, ed., Plenum Press, pp. 87-100 (1974).

Equatorial front in the Eastern Pacific Ocean. J. Phys. Oceanogr4(4): 570-578 (1974) (H. Pak and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Temporal variations of suspended matter in Astoria Canyon. J. Geophys. Res. 79(30): 4536-4541 (1974) (W.S. Plank, J.R.V. Zaneveld and H. Pak).

The determination of the index of refraction distribution of oceanic particulates. J. Geophys. Res79(27): 4091-4095 (1974) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, D.M. Roach, and H. Pak).

Penetration of ultraviolet radiation into natural waters. In; Impacts of Climatic Change on the Biosphere. Dept. of Transportation Climatic Assessment Program, Monograph No. 5, DOT-TST-75-55, pp. 2-108–2-166 (1975).

Particle size distributions in a region of coastal upwelling analyzed by characteristic vectors. Limnol. Oceanogr20(5): 775-783 (1975) (J.C. Kitchen, D. Menzies, H. Pak, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Optical properties of the ocean of concern to DUMAND. In: Proceedings of the 1975 Summer Workshop on Neutrino Interactions in the Ocean Depths and on Oceanographic Physics and on Marine Engineering, P. Kotzer, ed., Western Washington State College, January 1976 (1976).

Optical parameters that may affect vertical movement of animals in the ocean. In: Oceanic Sound Scattering Prediction, N. R. Anderson and B. J. Zahuranec, Eds., Plenum Press, pp. 147-158 (1977).

Projected optical and particle properties at the DUMAND-Maui Site. In: Proceedings of the 1976 DUMAND Summer Workshop, A. Roberts, ed., Fermi Lab, Batavia, IL, pp. 507-516 (1977).

Bottom nepheloid layers and bottom mixed layers observed on the continental shelf off Oregon. J. Geophys. Res82(27): 3921-3931 (1977) (H. Pak and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Light scattering and suspended particulate matter in the Arctic Ocean North of Ellesmere Island. J. Ocean. Soc. Jap. 33(3): 131-136 (1977) (H. Pak, R.E. Peterson, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

A theoretical proof of the existence of the submarine asymptotic daylight field. University of Copenhagen Oceanography Series, Report #34, 16 pp. (1977) (N. Højerslev and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Review of Marine Optics by N.G. Jerlov. Deep-Sea Res24(10): 972 (1977).

A transmissometer for profiling and moored observations in water, In: Ocean Optics V, Proc. SPIE 160: 102-108. (1978) (R. Bartz, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and H. Pak).

Intermediate nepheloid layers observed over the continental margins off Oregon. In: Ocean Optics V, Proc. SPIE 160: pp. 9-17 (1978) (H. Pak and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

The vertical structure and size distributions of suspended particles off Oregon during the upwelling season. Deep-Sea Res25: 453-468 (1978) (J.C. Kitchen, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and H. Pak).

Volume scattering function of suspended particulate matter at near-forward angles: A comparison of experimental and theoretical values. Appl. Opt. 17: 1125-1130 (1978) (R. Spinrad, J.R.V. Zaneveld and H. Pak).

Optical and particulate properties at oceanic fronts. J. Geophys. Res4(C12): 7781-7790 (1979) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and H. Pak).

Optical properties of turbidity standards. In: Ocean Optics VI, Proc. SPIE 208: 159-168 (1979) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, R. W. Spinrad and R. Bartz).

Introduction to ocean optics. In: Ocean Optics VI, Proc. SPIE 208:14-55 (1979) (H.R. Gordon, R. C. Smith, J.R.V. Zaneveld, authors in alphabetical order).

Irradiance and beam transmittance measurements off the West Coast of the Americas. J. Geophys. Res84(C1): 355-358 (1979) (R. Spinrad, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and H. Pak).

Deep water characteristics of the Maui Basin. J. Oceanog. Soc. Jap5(5): 187-190 (1979) (R.R. Harvey, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and R. Bartz).

On the intermediate particle maximum associated with the oxygen-poor water off western South America. Deep-Sea Res27(10A): 783-797 (1980) (H. Pak, L. Codispoti, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

An arctangent model of irradiance in the sea. J. Geophys. Res85(C9): 4919-4922 (1980) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, and R.W. Spinrad).

Intermediate nepheloid layers observed off Oregon and Washington. J. Geophys. Res85(C11): 6697-6708 (1980) (H. Pak, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and J. Kitchen).

Optical properties of the Keahole-DUMAND Site. In: DUMAND 80, Proceedings of the 1980 International Dumand Symposium (1980).

Some observations on the effect of ozone treatment on suspended particulate matter in seawater. Estuar., Coast. & Shelf Sci. 13: 327-336 (1981) (H. Pak, J. C. Kitchen, P. Donaghay, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Water color and transparency. In: Encyclopedia of Science and Technology, McGraw Hill.

The influence of optical water type on the heating rate of a constant depth mixed layer. J. Geophys. Res., 86(C7): 6426-6428 (1981) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, J. Kitchen and H. Pak).

An optical settling tube for the determination of particle-size distributions. Mar. Geol. 49: 357-376 (1982) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, R.W. Spinrad, and R. Bartz).

Effect of particle size distribution and chlorophyll content on beam attenuation spectra. Appl. Opt21: 3913-3918 (1982) (J. C. Kitchen, J.R.V. Zaneveld and H. Pak).

Remotely sensed reflectance and its dependence on vertical structure: a theoretical derivation. Appl. Opt21: 4146-4150 (1982).

An analysis of the optical features of the near-bottom and bottom nepheloid layers in the area of the Scotian Rise. J. Geophys. Res87(C12): 9553-9561 (1982) (R.W. Spinrad, J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Temporal variations of beam attenuation coefficient on the Continental Rise off Nova Scotia. J. Geophys. Res88(C7): 4427-4432 (1983) (H. Pak and J. R. V. Zaneveld).

A study of the optical characteristics of the suspended particles in the benthic nepheloid layer of the Scotian Rise. J. Geophys. Res88 (C12): 7641-7645 (1983) (R.W. Spinrad, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and J. C. Kitchen).

Beam attenuation and absorption meters. In: Ocean Optics VII, Proc. SPIE 489: 318-324 (1984) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and R. Bartz)

Vertical distribution of suspended particulate matter in the Zaire River, estuary and plume. Neth. J. Sea Res17: 412-425 (1984) (H. Pak, J.R.V. Zaneveld, R. W. Spinrad).

The pregnancy protection index: a framework for the systematic study of pregnancy protection. J. Sex Res., 20(2): 279-292 (1984) (J. L. Zaneveld, J. R. V. Zaneveld and A. E. Gravatt).

ROST and BEAST: devices for in situ measurement of particle settling velocity. Mar. Geol66: 381-395 (1985) (R. Bartz, J.R.V. Zaneveld, I.N. McCave, F.R. Hess, A.R.M. Nowell).

Calibration and comparison of the LDGO nephelometer and the OSU transmissometer on the Nova Scotian Rise. Mar. Geol66: 323-344 (1985) (W.D. Gardner, P.E. Biscaye, J.R.V. Zaneveld, M.J. Richardson).

Environmental time series measurement in the central Gulf of California—small vessel instrument adaptation. In: Oceans '85, San Diego, pp. 635-643 (1985) (A. Soutar, J. Singleton, S. Rau, M. Butler, R. Zaneveld, T. Baumgartner, E. Duffrin and T. Polson).

An asymptotic closure theory of irradiance in the sea and its inversion to obtain the vertical structure of inherent optical properties. Limnol. Oceanogr.34: 1442-1452 (1989).

A reflective-tube absorption meter. In Ocean Optics X, R. W. Spinrad, Ed., Proc. SPIE 1302 (1990) (J. R. V. Zaneveld, R. Bartz and J. C. Kitchen).

A modern spectral transmissometer. In Ocean Optics X, R. W. Spinrad, Ed., Proc. SPIE 1302 (1990) (M. J. Borgerson, R. Bartz, J. R. V. Zaneveld and J. C. Kitchen).

An in situ fluorometer to measure cyanobacteria. In Ocean Optics X, R.W. Spinrad, Ed., Proc. SPIE 1302 (1990) (R. Iturriaga, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and R. Bartz).

On the non-correlation of the vertical structure of light scattering and chlorophyll a in Case I waters. J. Geophys. Res.95: 20237-20246 (1990) (J. C. Kitchen. and J. R. V. Zaneveld).

A three-layered sphere model of the optical properties of phytoplankton. Limnol. Oceanogr37: 1680-1690 (1992) (J. C. Kitchen and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Backscattering efficiency of coccolithophorids: use of a three-layered sphere model. Ocean Optics XI, G.D. Gilbert, Ed., Proc. SPIE 1750: 27-33 (1992) (A. Bricaud, J.R.V. Zaneveld and J.C. Kitchen).

Analysis of in situ spectral absorption meter data. Ocean Optics XI, G. D. Gilbert, Ed., Proc. SPIE 1750: 187-200 (1992) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, J.C. Kitchen, A. Bricaud and C. Moore).

Preliminary results from an in situ spectral absorption meter. Ocean Optics XI, G. D. Gilbert, Ed., Proc. SPIE 1750: 330-337 (1992) (C. Moore, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and J.C. Kitchen).

Optical techniques for the measurement of frazil ice. Ocean Optics XI, G. D. Gilbert, Ed., Proc. SPIE 1750: 498-507 (1992) (W.S. Pegau, C.A. Paulson and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Temperature dependent absorption of water in the red and near infrared portions of the spectrum, Limnol. Oceanogr. 38: 188-192 (1993) (W.S. Pegau and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

The vertical structure of productivity and its vertical integration as derived from remotely sensed observations. Limnol. Oceanogr. 38: 1384-1393 (1993) ( J.R.V. Zaneveld, J.C. Kitchen, and J.L. Mueller).

Optical closure: from theory to measurement, In: Ocean Optics, Oxford Univ. Press, New York R.S. Spinrad, K.L. Carder, M.J. Perry, Eds. pp. 59-72 (1994).

Temperature dependence of the absorption coefficient of pure water in the visible portion of the spectrum. Ocean Optics XII, S.Ackleson, Ed., Proc. SPIE 2258: 597-604 (1994) (W.S. Pegau and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Light scattering induced by turbulent flow. Ocean Optics XII, S.Ackleson, Ed., Proc. SPIE 2258: 247-255 (1994) (D. Bogucki, A. Domaradzki, J.R.V. Zaneveld, T. Dickey).

Scattering error correction of reflecting tube absorption meters. Ocean Optics XII, S.Ackleson, Ed., Proc. SPIE 2258: 44-55 (1994) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, J.C. Kitchen, and C.C. Moore).

High resolution vertical profiles of spectral absorption, attenuation, and scattering coefficients in highly stratified waters. Ocean Optics XII, S.Ackleson, Ed., Proc. SPIE 2258: 309-321 (1994) (C.S. Roesler and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

The variation in the inherent optical properties of phytoplankton near an absorption peak as determined by various models of cell structure. J. Geophys Res. 100(C7): 13,309-13,320 (1995) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and J.C. Kitchen).

A theoretical derivation of the dependence of the remotely sensed reflectance on the inherent optical properties. J. Geophys Res. 100(C7): 13,135-13,142 (1995) (J.R.V. Zaneveld).

In situ methods for measuring the inherent optical properties of ocean waters. Limnol. Oceanogr. 40: 393-410 (1995) (A. Bricaud, C. Roesler, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Towards closure of the inherent optical properties. J. Geophys Res.  100(C7): 13,193-13,200 (1995) (W.S. Pegau, J.R.V.Zaneveld, and K.J.Voss).

A comparison of methods for the measurement of the absorption coefficient in natural waters. J. Geophys Res. 100(C7): 13,163-13,178 (1995) (W.S. Pegau, J. Cleveland, D. Kennedy, J.L. Mueller, R.A. Maffione, C. Trees, K.J.Voss, A. Weidemann, W. Wells, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Determination of frazil ice concentrations using optical techniques. Cold Regions Science and Techn. 24: 341- 353 (1996) (W.S. Pegau, C.A. Paulson, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Light scattering on turbulence and particles. SPIE 2963: 49-53 (1996) (D. Bogucki, A. Domaradski, D. Stramski, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Remote sensing reflectance: preliminary comparisons between in-water and above-water measurements and estimates modeled from measured inherent optical properties. SPIE 2963: 502-507 (1996) (J.L. Mueller, J.R.V. Zaneveld, S. Pegau, E. Valdez, H. Maske, S. Alvarez- Borrego, and R. Lara- Lara).

Prediction of euphotic depths and diffuse attenuation coefficients from absorption profiles: a comparison between vertical profiles of spectral absorption, spectral irradiance and PAR. SPIE 2963: 585-591 (1996) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, W. S. Pegau, A.H. Barnard, J.L. Mueller, H. Maske, E. Valdez, R. Lara- Lara, and S. Alvarez- Borrego).

Reducing the effects of fouling on chlorophyll estimates derived from long-term deployments of optical instruments. J. Geophys Res. 102(C3): 5851-5855 (1997) (R.F. Davis, C.C. Moore, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and J.M. Napp).

Absorption of visible and near-infrared light in water: the dependence on temperature and salinity. Applied Optics 36(24): 6035-6046 (1997) (W.S. Pegau, D. Gray, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

A model for the reflectance of thin layers, fronts, and internal waves and its inversion. Oceanography. 11: 44-47 (1998) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and W.S. Pegau).

Effects of a thin layer on reflectance and remote-sensing reflectance. Oceanography. 11: 48-50 (1998) (A.A. Petrenko, J.R.V. Zaneveld, W.S. Pegau, A.H. Barnard, and C.D. Mobley).

Global relationships of the inherent optical properties of the oceans. J. Geophys Res. 103(C11): 24,955-24,968 (1998) (A.H. Barnard, W.S. Pegau, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

An investigation into the appropriate depth average of remotely sensed optical parameters. Ocean Optics XIV Conference Papers (1998) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, W.S. Pegau, and A.H. Barnard).

Spatial and temporal variability of absorption by dissolved material at a continental shelf. Ocean Optics XIV Conference Papers (1998) (E. Boss, W.S. Pegau, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and A.H. Barnard).

Optical variability in the Gulf of California. Ocean Optics XIV Conference Papers (1998) (W.S. Pegau, A.H. Barnard, J.R.V. Zaneveld, J.L. Mueller, H. Maske, R. Lara-Lara, S. Alvarez-Borrego, E. Valdez-Holguin, and R. Cervantes-Duarte).

Near-forward light scattering on oceanic turbulence and particulates: comparison of experiment and theory. Ocean Optics XIV Conference Papers (1998) (D.J. Bogucki, R.E. Ecke , A.J. Domaradzki, R.C. Truman, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

In situ determination of the remotely sensed reflectance and the absorption coefficient: closure and inversion. Applied Optics 38(24): 5108-5117. (1999) (A.H. Barnard, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and W.S. Pegau).

Microscale quantification of the absorption by dissolved and particulate material in coastal waters with an ac-9. J. Atm. Ocean. Tech. 16: 691- 707. (1999) (M.S. Twardowski, J.M. Sullivan, P.L. Donaghay, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

The determination of PAR levels from absorption coefficient profiles at 490 nm. Ciencias Marinas. 25(4): 487-507 (1999) (A.H. Barnard, J.R.V. Zaneveld, W.S. Pegau, J.L. Mueller, H. Maske, R. Lara-Lara, S. Alvarez-Borrego, R. Cervantes-Duarte, and E. Valdez-Holguin).

Inherent Optical Properties in the Gulf of California. Ciencias Marinas. 25(4): 469-485 (1999) (W.S. Pegau, J.R.V. Zaneveld, A.H. Barnard , H. Maske, S. Alvarez-Borrego, R. Lara-Lara, and R. Cervantes-Duarte).

Asymptotic light field in the presence of a bubble-layer. Optics Express 5(5): 120-123 (1999) (P.J. Flatau, J. Piskozub, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Field measurements of in-ice radiance. Cold Regions Science and Technology 31: 33-46 (2000) (W.S. Pegau and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Radiative transfer properties of bubble clouds in seawater. Quarterly Journal of the Roy. Met. Soc. 126(568C): 2511-2524 (2000) (P. Flatau, M. Flatau, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and C. Mobley).

Monte Carlo study of the scattering error of a quartz reflective absorption tube. J. Atmos. Ocean Tech.18(3): 438–445 (2001) (J. Piskozub, P.J. Flatau, and J.V.R. Zaneveld).

The influence of surface waves on measured and modeled irradiance profiles. Applied Optics. 40(9): 1442-1449 (2001) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, E. Boss, and A.H. Barnard).

A diver operated optical and physical profiling system. J. Atmos. Ocean. Tech. 18: 1421-1427 (2001) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, E. Boss, and C.M. Moore).

The influence of coherent waves on the remotely sensed reflectance. Optics Express 9(6): 260-266 (2001) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, E. Boss, and P.A. Hwang).

Spatial and temporal variability of absorption by dissolved material at a continental shelf. J. Geophys. Res. 106: 9499-9508 (2001) (E. Boss, W.S. Pegau, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and A.H. Barnard).

Spectral particulate attenuation and particle size distribution in the bottom boundary layer of a continental shelf. J. Geophys Res. 106: 9509-9516 (2001) (E. Boss, W.S.Pegau, W.D. Gardner, J.R.V.Zaneveld, A.H. Barnard, M.S. Twardowski, G.C. Chang, and T.D. Dickey).

Optics, particles, stratification and storms on the New England continental shelf. J. Geophys Res. 106: 9473-9497 (2001) (W.D. Gardner, J. C. Blakey, I.D. Walsh, M. J. Richardson, S. Pegau, J.R.V. Zaneveld, C. Roesler, M.C. Gregg, J.A. MacKinnon, H. M. Sosik and A. J. Williams, III).

A model for retrieving oceanic particle composition and size distribution from measurements of the backscattering ratio and spectral attenuation. J. Geophys. Res. 106: 14,129-14,142 (2001) (M.S. Twardowski, E. Boss, J.B. MacDonald, W.S. Pegau, A.H. Barnard, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

A model for estimating bulk refractive index from the optical backscattering ratio and the implications for understanding particle composition in case I and case II waters. J. Geophys. Res. 106: 14129-14142 (2001) (M.S. Twardowski, E. Boss, J.B. MacDonald, W.S. Pegau, A.H. Barnard, J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Inversion of light scattering measurements to obtain biogeochemical parameters, Plenary Presentation. Proceedings from Ocean Optics XVI, November 18–22, Santa Fe, NM (2002) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, M.S. Twardowski, K.S. Shifrin, W.S. Pegau, E. Boss, and I. Zolotov).

A novel technique for determining beam attenuation compatible with a small sensor form factor and compact deployment platforms, Proceedings from Ocean Optics XVI, November 18–22, Santa Fe, NM (2002) (M.S. Twardowski, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and C. Moore).

Occurrence and mechanisms of formation of a dramatic thin layer of marine snow in a shallow Pacific fjord. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 233: 1-12 (2002) (A.L. Alldredge, T.J. Cowles, S. MacIntyre, J.E.B. Rines, P.L. Donaghay, C.F. Greenlaw, D.V. Holliday, M.M. Dekshenieks, J.M. Sullivan, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Characteristics, distribution and persistence of thin layers over a 48 hour period. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 261: 1–19  (2003) (M.M. Dekshenieks, A.L. Alldredge, A. Barnard, E. Boss, J. Case, T.J. Cowles, P.L. Donaghay, L.B. Eisner, D.J. Gifford, C.F. Greenlaw, C. Herren, D.V. Holliday, D. Johnson, S. MacIntyre, D. McGehee, T.R. Osborn, M.J. Perry, R. Pieper, J.E.B. Rines, D.C. Smith, J.M. Sullivan, M.K. Talbot, M.S. Twardowski, A. Weidemann, and J.R. Zaneveld).

The influence of bottom morphology on reflectance: Theory and two-dimensional geometry model. Limnol. Oceanogr. 48:374-379 (2003) (J. Ronald V. Zaneveld and Emmanuel Boss).

The effect of bottom substrate on inherent optical properties: Evidence of biogeochemical processes. (2003) Limnol. Oceanogr. 48:346-354. (Emmanuel Boss and J. Ronald V. Zaneveld).

Robust underwater visibility parameter. Opt. Express 11: 2997–3009 (2003) (J.R.V. Zaneveld and W.S. Pegau). http://www.opticsexpress.org/abstract.cfm?URI=OPEX-11-23-2997

In-water instrumentation and platforms for ocean color remote sensing applications. In: Remote Sensing of Coastal Aquatic Waters, R. Miller and C.E. Del-Castillo [Eds.], Springer-Kluwer Pub., 69–100 (2005) (M.S. Twardowski, M. Lewis, A. Barnard, and J.R.V. Zaneveld).

Introduction to radiative transfer. (2005) In: Remote sensing of Coastal Aquatic Environments, Remote Sensing and Digital Image Processing , Vol.  7 R.L. Miller, C.E. del Castillo, and B.A. McKee, Eds. Springer, Dordrecht . (Zaneveld, J. R.V., M.J. Twardowski, A. Barnard, and M. R. Lewis) 347pp.

Radiative transfer and remote sensing. In: Remote Sensing of Coastal Aquatic Waters, R. Miller, and C.E. Del-Castillo [Eds.], Springer-Kluwer Pub., 1–20 (2005) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, M.S. Twardowski, M. Lewis, and A. Barnard).

A comparison of hydrographically and optically derived mixed layer depths. Journal of Geophysical Research , 110: C11001, doi:10.1029/2004JC002417 (2005) (D.G. Zawada, J.R.V. Zaneveld, E. Boss, W.D. Gardner, M.J. Richardson, and A.V. Mishinov)

Theoretical derivation of the depth average of remotely sensed optical parameters Opt. Express 13(22): 9052–9061 (2005) (J.R.V. Zaneveld, A.H. Barnard, and E. Boss). http://www.opticsexpress.org/abstract.cfm?URI=OPEX-13-22-9052

Hyperspectral temperature and salt dependencies of absorption by water and heavy water in the 400-750 nm spectral range. (2006) James M. Sullivan, Michael S. Twardowski, J. Ronald V. Zaneveld, Casey M. Moore, Andrew H. Barnard, Percy L. Donaghay, and Bruce Rhoades , Applied Optics, Vol. 45, Issue 21, pp. 5294-5309

Why are inherent optical properties needed in ocean-colour remote sensing? (2006) Zaneveld, J. R. V., A. H. Barnard, and Z. -P. Lee In: Remote Sensing of Inherent Optical Properties: Fundamentals, Tests of Algorithms, and Applications, Lee, Z.-P. (ed.), Reports of the International Ocean-Colour Coordinating Group, No. 5, IOCCG, Dartmouth, Canada.

Optical closure in a complex coastal environment: particle effects, (2007) G. Chang, A. Barnard, and J. R. V. Zaneveld, Appl. Opt. 46, 7679-7692 

Optical measurements of rates of dissipation of temperature variance due to oceanic turbulence. (2007) Bogucki,D.J., J.A. Domaradski, C. Anderson, H.W. Wijesekera, J.R.V. Zaneveld, and C. Moore, Optics Express, 15 (12),7224- 7230http://www.opticsinfobase.org/abstract.cfm?URI=oe-15-12-7224

Three years of ocean data from a bio-optical profiling float. (2008). Boss, E., M.J.Perry, D.Swift, L.Taylor, P.Brickley, J.R.V.Zaneveld, and S.Riser. EOS, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 89(23) 209.

U.S. Patent # 5,424,840 "Chlorophyll Absorption Meter." 1995. ( C.C.Moore and J.R.V.Zaneveld)