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Nithiyaa Nilamani (Malaysia), 4th International Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 World, 3-6 may 2016, Hobart, Australia

"My sincere thanks to the OA-ICC for making it possible for me to present my research at the 4th International Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 World. During the symposium, there were exchange of many experiences, suggestions and opinions with experts that would be very beneficial for the advancement of OA study to the newbie countries like Malaysia. It also gave me an opportunity to make new friends, renew old acquaintances and discuss potential collaboration.”


Abed El Rahman HASSOUN (Lebanon), 3rd GOA-ON Science Workshop, 8-10 May 2016, Hobart, Australia

"OA-ICC [...] provided for me the opportunity to present my research work to the international ocean research community, to meet experts and colleagues from all over the world and discuss with them about my results, share ideas and build a strong network with peers for future scientific collaborations."

Less than two carbonate system parameters were measured


Some papers describe data sets which are relevant but could not be added to the OA-ICC compilation.

In press

  • Gu X., Li K., Pang K., Ma Y. & Wang X., in press. Effects of pH on the growth and NH4-N uptake of Skeletonema costatum and Nitzschia closterium. Marine Pollution Bulletin.
  • Mou S., Zhang Y., Li G., Li H., Liang Y., Tang L., Tao J., Xu J., Li J., Zhang C. & Jiao N., in press. Effects of elevated CO2 and nitrogen supply on the growth and photosynthetic physiology of a marine cyanobacterium, Synechococcus sp. PCC7002. Journal of Applied Phycology.
  • Xu X.-Y., Yip K. R., Shin P. K. S. & Cheung S. G., in press. Predator–prey interaction between muricid gastropods and mussels under ocean acidification. Marine Pollution Bulletin.

2016

  • Ahnelt H., Schade F. M. & Wegner M., 2016. Ocean acidification leads to deformations of caudal vein angio-architecture in juvenile threespine stickleback, Gasterosteus aculeatus LinnaeusJournal of Fish Diseases 7(4):437-48.
  • Al-Janabi, B., Kruse, I., Graiff, A., Winde, V., Lenz, M. & Wahl, M., 2016. Buffering and amplifying interactions among OAW (Ocean Acidification & Warming) and nutrient enrichment on early life-stage Fucus vesiculosus L. (Phaeophyceae) and their carry over effects to hypoxia impact. PLoS ONE 11(4):e0152948, doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0152948
  • Almén, A.-K., Vehmaa, A., Brutemark, A., Bach, L., Lischka, S., Stuhr, A., Furuhagen, S., Paul, A., Bermúdez, J. R., Riebesell, U., and Engström-Öst, J.. 2016. Negligible effects of ocean acidification on Eurytemora affinis (Copepoda) offspring production. Biogeosciences 13:1037-1048.
  • Aparicio F. L., Nieto-Cid M., Borrull E., Calvo E., Pelejero C., Sala M. M., Pinhassi J., Gasol J. M. & Marrasé C., 2016. Eutrophication and acidification: Do they induce changes in the dissolved organic matter dynamics in the coastal Mediterranean Sea? Science of The Total Environment 563–564:179–189.
  • Benedetti M., Lanzoni I., Nardi A., d’Erricoa G., di Carlo M., Fattorini D., Nigro M. & Regoli F., in press. Oxidative responsiveness to multiple stressors in the key Antarctic species, Adamussium colbecki: interactions between temperature, acidification and cadmium exposure. Marine Environmental Research .
  • Borlongan I. A. G., Luhan M. R. J., Padilla P. I. P. & Hurtado A. Q., in press. Photosynthetic responses of ‘Neosiphonia sp. epiphyte-infected’ and healthy Kappaphycus alvarezii (Rhodophyta) to irradiance, salinity and pH variations. Journal of Applied Phycology .
  • Bunse C., Lundin D., Karlsson C. M. G., Vila-Costa M., Palovaara J., Akram N., Svensson L., Holmfeldt K., González J. M., Calvo E., Pelejero C., Marrasé C., Dopson M., Gasol J. M. & Pinhassi J., 2016. Response of marine bacterioplankton pH homeostasis gene expression to elevated CO2. Nature Climate Change 6:483–487.
  • Chan B. K. K., Wang T.-W., Chen P.-C., Lin C.-W., Chan T.-Y. & Tsang L. M., 2016. Community structure of macrobiota and environmental parameters in shallow water hydrothermal vents off Kueishan Island, Taiwan. PLoS ONE 11(2):e0148675.
  • Clements J. C., Woodard K. D. & Hunt H. L., 2016. Porewater acidification alters the burrowing behavior and post-settlement dispersal of juvenile soft-shell clams (Mya arenaria)Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 477:103-111.
  • García-Sánchez M. J., Delgado-Huertas A., Fernández J. A. & Flores-Moya A., 2016. Photosynthetic use of inorganic carbon in deep-water kelps from the Strait of Gibraltar. Photosynthesis Research 127:295–305.
  • Jakubowska M. & Normant-Saremba M., 2016. The influence of carbon dioxide-induced water acidification on the osmotic and metabolic responses of the Baltic amphipod Gammarus oceanicus. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 49(3):173-185.
  • Khan F., Alexandre A., Ullah H. & Santos R., 2016. Effects of elevated CO2 and nutrients on the community metabolism of a Cymodocea nodosa bed. Turkish Journal of Botany 40:250-257.
  • Lee C., Hong S., Kwon B.-O., Lee J.-H., Ryu J., Park Y.-G., Kang S.-G. & Khim J. S., 2016. Lethal and sub-lethal effects of elevated CO2 concentrations on marine benthic invertebrates and fish. Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23(15):14945–14956.
  • Liu F.-J., Li S.-X., Huang B.-Q., Zheng F.-Y. & Huang X.-G., 2016. Effect of excessive CO2 on physiological functions in coastal diatom. Scientific Reports 6:21694.
  • Priya R. J., Muthusamy A., Maruthupandy M. & Beevi A. H., 2016. Biomarker response of ocean acidification induced hypercapnia on marine bivalve Donax cuneatus, Linnaeus 1758. Journal of Aquaculture & Marine Biology 4(2):00077.
  • Riba I., Gabrielyan B., Khosrovyan A., Luque A. & Del Valls T. A., 2016. The influence of ph and waterborne metals on egg fertilization of the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis), the oyster (Crassostrea gigas) and the sea urchin (Paracentrotus lividus). Environmental Science and Pollution Research 23:14580–14588.
  • Rogelja M., Cibic T., Pennesi C. & de Vittor C., 2016. Microphytobenthic community composition and primary production at gas and thermal vents in the Aeolian Islands (Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy). Marine Environmental Research 118:31-44.
  • Strahl J., Francis D. S., Doyle J., Humphrey C. & Fabricius K. E., 2016. Biochemical responses to ocean acidification contrast between tropical corals with high and low abundances at volcanic carbon dioxide seeps. ICES Journal of Marine Science 73(3):897-909. 
  • Wäge J., Lerebours A., Hardege J. D. & Rotchell J. M., 2016. Exposure to low pH induces molecular level changes in the marine worm, Platynereis dumerilii. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 124:105–110

2015

  • Baltar F., Palovaara J., Vila-Costa M., Salazar G., Calvo E., Pelejero C., Marrasé C., Gasol J. M. & Pinhassi J., 2015. Response of rare, common and abundant bacterioplankton to anthropogenic perturbations in a Mediterranean coastal site. Microbiology Ecology 9(6).
  • Belzile C. & Gosselin M., 2015. Free-living stage of the unicellular algae Coccomyxa sp. parasite of the blue mussel (Mytilus edulis): Low-light adaptation, capacity for growth at a very wide salinity range and tolerance to low pH. Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 132:201-207.
  • Burrell T. J., Maas E. W., Hulston D. A. & Law C. S., 2015. Bacterial abundance, processes and diversity responses to acidification at a coastal CO2 vent. Microbiology Letters 362(18):fnv154.
  • Coelho F. J. R. C., Cleary D. F.R., Rocha R. J. M., Calado R., Castanheira J. M., Rocha S. M., Silva A. M. S., Simões M. M. Q., Oliveira V., Lillebø A., Almeida A., Cunha A., Lopes I., Moreira-Santos R. R. M., Marques C. R., Costa R., Pereira R. & Gomes N. C. M., 2015. Unrevealing the interactive effects of climate change and oil contamination on lab-simulated estuarine benthic communities. Global Change Biology 21(5):1871–1886.
  • Das S., Ganeriwal S., Mangwani N. & Patel B., 2015. Survival and expression of DNA repair genes in marine bacteria Pseudomonas pseudoalcaligenes NP103 and P. aeruginosa N6P6 in response to environmental stressors. Microbiology 84(5):644-653.
  • Dionísio G., Cruz S., Serôdio J., Calado R. & Rosa R., 2015. Ocean acidification promotes cellular burst on photosynthetic (kleptoplastic) sea slugs. Microscopy & Microanalysis 21(s6):32-33.
  • Elling F. J., Könneke M., Mußmann M., Greve A. & Hinrichs K.-U., 2015. Influence of temperature, pH, and salinity on membrane lipid composition and TEX86 of marine planktonic thaumarchaeal isolates. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 171:238–255.
  • Engel B. E., Hallock P., Price R. E. & Pichler T., 2015. Shell dissolution in larger benthic foraminifers exposed to pH and temperature extremes: results from an in situ experiment. The Journal of Foraminiferal Research 5(2):190-203.
  • Hall E.R., DeGroot B.C. & Fine M., 2015. Lesion recovery of two scleractinian corals under low pH conditions: implications for restoration efforts. Marine Pollution Bulletin 100(1):321-326.
  • Hassenrück C., Hofmann L. C., Bischof K. & Ramette A., 2015. Seagrass biofilm communities at a naturally CO2-rich vent. Environmental Microbiology Reports. 7(3):516-525.
  • Inoue M., Gussone N., Koga Y., Iwase A., Suzuki A., Sakai K. & Kawahata H., 2015. Controlling factors of Ca isotope fractionation in scleractinian corals evaluated by temperature, pH and light controlled culture experiments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 167:80-92.
  • Koh H. Y., Lee J. H., Han S. J., Park H., Shin S. C. & Lee S. G., in press. A transcriptomic analysis of the response of the arctic pteropod Limacina helicina to carbon dioxide-driven seawater acidification. Polar Biology 38(10):1727-1740.
  • Lombardi C., Cocito S., Gambi M. C. & Taylo P. D., 2015. Morphological plasticity in a calcifying modular organism: evidence from an in situ transplant experiment in a natural CO2 vent system. Royal Society Open Science 2(2):140413.
  • Maibam C., Fink P., Romano G., Buia M. C., Butera E. & Zupo V., 2015. Centropages typicus (Crustacea, Copepoda) reacts to volatile compounds produced by planktonic algae. Marine Ecology 36(3):819–834.
  • Pimentel M. S., Faleiro F., Machado J. & Rosa R., 2015. Compromised development of flatfish ( Solea senegalensis) larvae under ocean warming and acidification. Microscopy and Microanalysis 21(S6):16-17.
  • Queirós A. M., Taylor P., Cowles A., Reynolds A., Widdicombe S. & Stahl H., 2015. Optical assessment of impact and recovery of sedimentary pH profiles in ocean acidification and carbon capture and storage research. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 38: 110-120.
  • Ramanathan N., Simakov O., Merten C. A. & Arendt D., 2015. Quantifying preferences and responsiveness of marine zooplankton to changing environmental conditions using microfluidics. PloS ONE 10(10):e0140553.
  • Raulf F. F., Fabricius K., Uthicke S., de Beer D., Abed R. M. M. & Ramette A., 2015. Changes in microbial communities in coastal sediments along natural CO2 gradients at a volcanic vent in Papua New Guinea. Environmental Microbiology 17(10):3678–3691.
  • Tee M. Z., Yong Y. S., Rodrigues K. F. & Yong W. T. L., 2015. Growth rate analysis and protein identification of Kappaphycus alvarezii (Rhodophyta, Gigartinales) under pH induced stress culture. Aquaculture Reports 2:112–116.
  • Vieira L. R., Guilhermino L. & Morgado F., 2015. Zooplankton structure and dynamics in two estuaries from the Atlantic coast in relation to multi-stressor exposure. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 167:347–367.
  • Villafañe V. E., Valiñas M. S., Cabrerizo M. J. & Helbling E. W.,2015. Physio-ecological responses of Patagonian coastal marine phytoplankton in a scenario of global change: Role of acidification, nutrients and solar UVR. Marine Chemistry 177:411-420.
  • Wäge J., Hardege J. D., Larsson T. A., Simakov O., Chapman E. C., Arendt D. & Rotchell J. M., 2015. Effects of low seawater pH on the marine polychaete Platynereis dumerilii. Marine Pollution Bulletin 15(1):166–172.
  • Wang J., Li Z., Chenb Y. & Yang Z., 2015. The combined effect of temperature and pH on embryonic development of obscure puffer Takifuguobscurus and its ecological implications. Biochemical Systematics and Ecology 58:1-6.
  • Wood H.L., Eriksson S.P., Nordborg M. & Styf H.K., 2015. The effect of environmental stressors on the early development of the Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus (L.). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 473:35-42.
  • Yildiz G. & Dere S., 2015. The effects of elevated-CO2 on physiological performance of Bryopsis plumosa. Acta Oceanologica Sinica 34(4):125-129.
  • Zheng C.-q., Jeswin J., Shen K.-l., Lablche M., Wang K.-j. & Liu H.-p., 2015. Detrimental effect of CO2-driven seawater acidification on a crustacean brine shrimp, Artemia sinica. Fish & Shellfish Immunology 43(1): 181–190.
  • Zupo V., Maibam C., Buia M.C., Gambi M.C., Patti F.P., Scipione M.B., Lorenti M. & Fink P., 2015. Chemoreception of the seagrass Posidonia oceanica by benthic invertebrates is altered by seawater acidification. Journal of Chemical Ecology 41(8):766-79.

2014

  • Ahrendt S. R., Mobberley J. M., Visscher P. T., Koss L. L. & Foster J. S., 2014. Effects of elevated carbon dioxide and salinity on the microbial diversity in lithifying microbial mats. Minerals 4(1):145-169.
  • Almén A.-K., Vehmaa A., Brutemark A. & Engström-Öst J., 2014. Coping with climate change? Copepods experience drastic variations in their physicochemical environment on a diurnal basis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 12:120-128.
  • Amaral V., Cabral H. N. & Bishop M. J., 2014. Prior exposure influences the behavioural avoidance by an intertidal gastropod, Bembicium auratum, of acidified waters. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 136:82-90.
  • Barry J. P., Lovera C., Buck K. R., Peltzer E. T., Taylor J. R., Walz P., Whaling P. & Brewer P. G., 2014. Use of a Free Ocean CO2 Enrichment (FOCE) system to evaluate the effects of ocean acidification on the foraging behavior of a deep-sea urchin. Environmental Science & Technology 48(16):9890–9897.
  • Bellissimo G., Rull Lluch J., Tomaselloa A. & Calvo S., 2014. The community of Cystoseira brachycarpa J. Agardh emend. Giaccone (Fucales, Phaeophyceae) in a shallow hydrothermal vent area of the Aeolian Islands (Tyrrhenian Sea, Italy). Plant Biosystems 148(1):21-26.
  • Betancor S., Tuya F., Gil-Díaz T., Figuero F. L. & Haroun R., 2014. Effects of a submarine eruption on the performance of two brown seaweeds. Journal of Sea Research 87:68-78.
  • Calbet A., Sazhin A. F., Nejstgaard J. C., Berger S. A., Tait Z. S., Olmos L., Sousoni D., Isari S., Martínez R. A., Bouquet J.-M., Thompson E. M., Båmstedt U. & Jakobsen H. H., 2014. Future climate scenarios for a coastal productive planktonic food web resulting in microplankton phenology changes and decreased trophic transfer efficiency. PLoS ONE 9(4):e94388.
  • Caprio J., Shimohara M., Marui T., Harada S. & Kiyohara S., 2014. Marine teleost locates live prey through pH sensing. Science 344:1154-1156.
  • Chen B. & Zou D., 2014. Growth and photosynthetic activity of Sargassum henslowianum (Fucales, Phaeophyta) seedlings in responses to different light intensities, temperatures and CO2 levels under laboratory conditions. Marine Biology Research 10(10):1019-1026.
  • da Motta Pacheco L. F. C., Uribe E., Pino J., Troncoso J. & Quiróz A., 2014. The effect of UV light and CO2 in the production of polyunsaturated aldehydes in Skeletonema costatum (Bacillariophycea). American Journal of Plant Sciences 5:3632-3641.
  • Dojiri S. S. & Dojiri M., 2014. The effects of ocean acidification on the development and calcification of the larval shells of the red abalone Haliotis rufescens swainson, 1822. Journal of Emerging Investigators.
  • Donnarumma L., Lombardi C., Cocito S. & Gambi M. C., 2014. Settlement pattern of Posidonia oceanica epibionts along a gradient of ocean acidification: an approach with mimics. Mediterranean Marine Science.
  • Figueroa F. L., Conde-Álvarez R., Bonomi Barufi J., Celis-Plá P. S. M., Flores P., Malta E. J., Stengel D. B., Meyerhoff O. & Pérez-Ruzafa A., 2014. Continuous monitoring of in vivo chlorophyll a fluorescence in Ulva rigida (Chlorophyta) submitted to different CO2, nutrient and temperature regimes. Aquatic Biology 22:195-212.
  • Giangrande A., Gambi M. C., Micheli F. & Kroeker K. J., 2014. Fabriciidae (Annelida, Sabellida) from a naturally acidified coastal system (Italy) with description of two new species. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 94(7):1417-1427.
  • Gil-Díaz T., Haroun R., Tuya F., Betancor S. & Viera-Rodríguez M. A., 2014. Effects of ocean acidification on the brown alga Padina pavonica: decalcification due to acute and chronic events . PLoS ONE 9(9):e108630.
  • Han Z.-X., Wu D.-D., Wu J., Lv C.-X. & Liu Y.-R., 2014. Effects of ocean acidification on toxicity of heavy metals in the bivalve Mytilus edulis L. Synthesis and Reactivity in Inorganic, Metal-Organic, and Nano-Metal Chemistry 44(1):133-139.
  • Hossain M. B. & Marshall D. J., 2014. Benthic infaunal community structuring in an acidified tropical estuarine system. Aquatic Biosystems 10:11.
  • Hyun B., Choi K.-H., Jang P.-G., Jang M.-C., Lee W.-J., Moon C.-H. & Shin K., 2014. Effects of increased CO2 and temperature on the growth of four diatom species (Chaetoceros debilis, Chaetoceros didymus,Skeletonema costatum and Thalassiosira nordenskioeldii) in laboratory experiments. Journal of Environmental Science International 23 (6):1003-1012.
  • Khatoon H., Rahman N. A., Banerjee S. B., Harun N., Suleiman S. S., Zakaria N. H., Lananan F., Hamid S. H. A. & Endut A., 2014. Effects of different salinities and pH on the growth and proximate composition of Nannochloropsis sp. and Tetraselmis sp. isolated from South China Sea cultured under control and natural condition. International Biodeterioration & Biodegradation 95:11–18.
  • Manuel A. Delgadillo-Nuño, Marco A. Liñán-Cabello, Juan Reyes-Gómez and Olinda Soriano-Santiago, 2014. Response to pH stress in the reef-building coral Pocillopora capitata (Anthozoa: Scleractinia). Revista de biología marina y oceanografía 49(3):449-459.
  • Parages M. L., Figueroa F. L., Conde-Álvarez R. M. & Jiménez C., 2014. Phosphorylation of MAPK-like proteins in three intertidal macroalgae under stress conditions. Aquatic Biology 22:213–226.
  • Pratt N., Ciotti B. J., Morgan E. A., Taylor P., Stahl H. & Hautona C., 2014. No evidence for impacts to the molecular ecophysiology of ion or CO2 regulation in tissues of selected surface-dwelling bivalves in the vicinity of a sub-seabed CO2 release. International Journal of Greenhouse Gas Control 33(2):487-496.
  • Pratte Z. A. & Richardson L. L., 2014. Impacts of temperature increase and acidification on thickness of the surface mucopolysaccharide layer of the Caribbean coral Diploria spp. Coral Reefs 33(2):487-496.
  • Qin W., Amin S. A., Martens-Habbena W., Walker C. B., Urakawa H., Devol A. H., Ingalls A. E., Moffett J. W., Armbrust E. V. & Stahl D. A., 2014. Marine ammonia-oxidizing archaeal isolates display obligate mixotrophy and wide ecotypic variation. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America 111(34):12504–12509.
  • Range P., Chícharo M. A., Ben-Hamadou R., Piló D., Fernandez-Reiriz M. J., Labarta U., Marin M. G., Bressan M., Matozzo V., Chinellato A., Munari M., El Menif N. T., Dellali M. & Chícharo L., 2014. Impacts of CO2-induced seawater acidification on coastal Mediterranean bivalves and interactions with other climatic stressors. Regional Environmental Change 14(1):19-30.
  • Santana-Casiano J. M., González-Dávila M., González A. G., Rico M., López A. & Martel A., 2014. Characterization of phenolic exudates from Phaeodactylum tricornutum and their effects on the chemistry of Fe(II)-Fe(III). Marine Chemistry 158:10-16.
  • Scholz B., 2014. Effects of varying pH on the growth and physiology of five marine microphytobenthic diatoms isolated from the Solthörn tidal flat (southern North Sea, Germany). Phycologia 53(3):252-264.
  • Stengel D. B., Conde-Álvarez R., Connan S., Nitschke U., Arenas F., Abreu H., Bonomi Barufi J., Chow F., Robledo D., Malta E. J., Mata M., Konotchick T., Nassar C., Pérez-Ruzafa A., López D., Marquardt R., Vaz-Pinto F., Celis-Plá P. S. M., Hermoso M., Ruiz E., Ordoñez G., Flores P., Zanolla M., Bañares-España E., Altamirano M., Korbee N., Bischof K. & Figueroa F. L., 2014. Short-term effects of CO2, nutrients and temperature on three marine macroalgae under solar radiation. Aquatic Biology 22:159-176.
  • Sung C.-G., Kim T. W., Park Y.-G., Kang S.-G., Inaba K., Shiba K., Choi T. S., Moon S.-D., Litvin S., Lee K.-T. & Lee J.-S., 2014. Species and gamete-specific fertilization success of two sea urchins under near future levels of pCO2. Journal of Marine Systems 137:67–73.
  • Tansel D. Z., Arreaza A. & Tansel B., 2014. Effect of pH change on exoskeletons of selected saltwater organisms which rely on calcium fixation. Journal of Emerging Investigators.
  • Vehmaa A., Hogfors H., Gorokhova E., Brutemark A., Holmborn T. & Engström-Öst J., 2013. Projected marine climate change: effects on copepod oxidative status and reproduction. Ecology and Evolution 3(13):4548-4557.
  • Wei H., Jiang S., Xiao Y. & Hemming N. G., 2014. Boron isotopic fractionation and trace element incorporation in various species of modern corals in Sanya Bay, South China Sea. Journal of Earth Science 25(3):431-444.
  • Williamson C. J., Najorka J., Perkins R., Yallop M. L. & Brodie J., 2014. Skeletal mineralogy of geniculate corallines: providing context for climate change and ocean acidification research. Marine Ecology Progress Series 513:71-84.

2013

  • Almut G. & Bamber S., 2013. Behavioural responses of Crangon crangon (Crustacea, Decapoda) to reduced seawater pH following simulated leakage from sub-sea geological storage. Journal of Environmental Protection 4(7A): 61-67.
  • Barry J. P., Buck K. R., Lovera C., Brewer P. G., Seibel B. A., Drazen J. C., Tamburri M. N., Whaling P. J., Kuhnz L. & Pane E., 2013. The response of abyssal organisms to low pH conditions during a series of CO2-release experiments simulating deep-sea carbon sequestration. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 92: 249–260.
  • Barry S. C., Frazer T. K. & Jacoby C. A., 2013. Production and carbonate dynamics of Halimeda incrassata (Ellis) Lamouroux altered by Thalassia testudinum Banks and Soland ex König. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 444: 73–80.
  • Bayraktarov E., Price R. E., Ferdelman T. G. & Finster K., 2013. The pH and pCO2 dependence of sulfate reduction in shallow-sea hydrothermal CO2 – venting sediments (Milos Island, Greece). Frontiers in Extreme Microbiology 4: 111. doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00111.
  • Beare D., McQuatters-Gollop A., van der Hammen T., Machiels M., Teoh S. J & Hall-Spencer J. M., 2013. Long-term trends in calcifying plankton and pH in the North Sea. PLoS ONE 8(5): e61175. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0061175.
  • Bowen J. L., Kearns P. J., Holcomb M. & Ward B. B., 2013. Acidification alters the composition of ammonia‑oxidizing microbial assemblages in marine mesocosms. Marine Ecology Progress Series 492:1-8.
  • Carey S., Nomikou P., Croff Bell K., Lilley M., Lupton J., Roman C., Stathopoulou E., Bejelou K. & Ballard R., 2013. CO2 degassing from hydrothermal vents at Kolumbo submarine volcano, Greece, and the accumulation of acidic crater water. Geology 41 (9): 1035-1038.
  • Carreira C., Heldal M. & Bratbak G., 2013. Effect of increased pCO2 on phytoplankton–virus interactions. Biogeochemistry 114 (1-3): 391-397.
  • Chen T., Li S. & Yu K., 2013. Macrobioerosion in Porites corals in subtropical northern South China Sea: a limiting factor for high-latitude reef framework development. Coral Reefs 32(1): 101-108. doi: 10.1007/s00338-012-0946-4.
  • Ciapa B. & Philippe L., 2013. Intracellular and extracellular pH and Ca are bound to control mitosis in the early sea urchin embryo via ERK and MPF activities. PLoS ONE 8(6): e66113. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0066113.
  • Clark M. S., Thorne M. A. S., Amaral A., Vieira F., Batista F. M., Reis J. & Power D. M., 2013. Identification of molecular and physiological responses to chronic environmental challenge in an invasive species: the Pacific oyster, Crassostrea gigas. Ecology and Evolution 3(10): 3283-3297.
  • Dauphin Y., Ball A. B., Castillo-Michel H., Chevallard C., Cuif J.-P., Farre B., Pouvreau S. & Salomé M., 2013. In situ distribution and characterization of the organic content of the oyster shell Crassostrea gigas (Mollusca, Bivalvia).Micron 44: 373–383. doi: 10.1016/j.micron.2012.09.002.
  • De Wit P. & Palumbi S. R., 2013. Transcriptome-wide polymorphisms of red abalone (Haliotis rufescens) reveal patterns of gene flow and local adaptation. Molecular Ecology 22(11): 2884–2897.
  • Dove M. C. & Sammut J., 2013. Acid sulfate soil induced acidification of estuarine areas used for the production of Sydney Rock oysters, Saccostrea glomerata. Journal of Water Resource and Protection 5(3A): 320-335.
  • Foster L. C., Schmidt D. N., Thomas E., Arndt S. & Ridgwell A., 2013. Surviving rapid climate change in the deep sea during the Paleogene hyperthermals. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of USA 110(23): 9273–9276.
  • Hayashik M., Kita J., Watanabe Y. & Shimamoto A., 2013. Effects of elevated pCO2 on the nitrification activity of microorganisms in marine sediment. Energy Procedia 37: 3424–3431.
  • Holtmann W. C., Stumpp M., Gutowska M. A., Syré S., Himmerkus N., Melzner F. & Bleich M., 2013. Maintenance of coelomic fluid pH in sea urchins exposed to elevated CO2: the role of body cavity epithelia and stereom dissolution. Marine Biology 160(10): 2631-2645.
  • JakubowskaM., Jerzak M., Normant M., Burska D. & Drzazgowski J., 2013. Effect of carbon dioxide-induced water acidification on the physiological processes of the Baltic isopod Saduria entomon. Journal of Shellfish Research 32(3):825-834.
  • Jin P., Gao K. & Beardall J., 2013. Evolutionary responses of a coccolithophorid Gephyrocapsa oceanica to ocean acidification. Evolution 67(7): 1869–1878.
  • Kilias S. P., Nomikou P., Papanikolaou D., Polymenakou P. N., Godelitsas A., Argyraki A., Carey S., Gamaletsos P., Mertzimekis T. J., Stathopoulou E., Goettlicher J., Steininger R., Betzelou K., Livanos I., Christakis C., Croff Bell K. & Scoullos M., 2013. New insights into hydrothermal vent processes in the unique shallow-submarine arc-volcano, Kolumbo (Santorini), Greece. Scientific Reports 3: 2421. doi:10.1038/srep02421.
  • Lindh M.V., Riemann L., Baltar F., Romero-Oliva C., Salomon P. S., Granéli E. & Pinhassi J., 2013. Consequences of increased temperature and acidification on bacterioplankton community composition during a mesocosm spring bloom in the Baltic Sea. Environmental Microbiology Reports 5(2): 252–262.
  • Longphuirt S. N., Eschmann C., Russell C. & Stengel D. B., 2013. Seasonal and species-specific response of five brown macroalgae to high atmospheric CO2. Marine Ecology Progress Series 493:91-102.
  • Matozzo V., Chinellato A., Munari M., Bressan M. & Marin M. G., 2013. Can the combination of decreased pH and increased temperature values induce oxidative stress in the clam Chamelea gallina and the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis? Marine Pollution Bulletin 72(1): 34–40.
  • McCoy S. J., 2013. Morphology of the crustose coralline alga Pseudolithophyllum muricatum (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) responds to 30 years of ocean acidification in the Northeast Pacific. Journal of Phycology 49(5): 830–837.
  • Minillo A., Cardamoni Godoy H. & Graciano Fonseca G., 2013. Growth performance of microalgae exposed to CO2. Journal of Clean Energy Technologies 1(2): 110-114.
  • Morabito R., Marino A., Lauf P. K., Adragna N. C. & La Spada G., 2013. Sea water acidification affects osmotic swelling, regulatory volume decrease and discharge in nematocytes of the jellyfish Pelagia noctiluca. Cellular Physiology and Biochemistry 32(7):77-85.
  • Naylor M. A., Kaiser H. & Jones C. L. W., 2013. The effect of dosing with sodium hydroxide (NaOH−) on water pH and growth of Haliotis midae in an abalone serial-use raceway. Aquaculture International 21(2): 467-479. doi: 10.1007/s10499-012-9574-9.
  • Pespeni M. H., Barney B. T. & Palumbi S. R., 2013. Differences in the regulation of growth and biomineralization genes revealed through long-term common garden acclimation and experimental genomics in the purple sea urchin. Evolution 67(7): 1901–1914.
  • Rudd M., Jennette K., Duey B., Selman A. & Seron T. J., 2013. The effects of increased acidity on the shell integrity and body size of C. virginica. Journal of Young Investigators 25(2): 19-25.
  • Schoo K. L., Malzahn A. M., Krause E. & Boersma M., 2013. Increased carbon dioxide availability alters phytoplankton stoichiometry and affects carbon cycling and growth of a marine planktonic herbivore. Marine Biology 160(8): 2145-2155.
  • Seibel B. A., 2013. The jumbo squid, Dosidicus gigas (Ommastrephidae), living in oxygen minimum zones II: Blood-oxygen binding. Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 95: 139–144.
  • Shin H. H., Jung S. W. & Jang M.-C. & Kim Y.-O., 2013. Effect of pH on the morphology and viability of Scrippsiella trochoidea cysts in the hypoxic zone of a eutrophied area. Harmful Algae 28: 37-45.
  • Soriano-Santiago O. S., Liñán-Cabello M. A., Delgadillo-Nuño M. A., Ortega-Ortiz C. & Cuevas-Venegas S., 2013. Physiological responses to oxidative stress associated with pH variations in host tissue and zooxanthellae of hermatypic coral Pocillopora capitata. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 46(5):275-286.
  • Sundin J., Rosenqvist G. & Berglund A., 2013. Altered oceanic pH impairs mating propensity in a pipefish. Ethology 119: 86–93.
  • van Woesik R., van Woesik K., van Woesik L. & van Woesik S., 2013. Effects of ocean acidification on the dissolution rates of reef-coral skeletons. PeerJ 1:e208.
  • Wallenstein F. M., Couto R. P., Torrão D. F., Neto A. I., Rodrigues A. S. & Wilkinson M., 2013. Intertidal rocky shore seaweed communities subject to the influence of shallow water hydrothermal activity in São Miguel (Azores, Portugal). Helgoland Marine Research 67(3):535-543.
  • Wang G., Yagi M., Yin R., Lu W. & Ishimatsu A., 2013. Effects of elevated seawater CO2 on feed intake, oxygen consumption and morphology of Aristotle’s lantern in the sea urchin Anthocidaris crassispina. Journal of Marine Science and Technology 21(suppl.):192-200.
  • Wang Y.-F. & Gu J.-D., 2014. Effects of allylthiourea, salinity, and pH on ammonia/ammonium-oxidizing prokaryotes in mangrove sediment incubated in laboratory microcosms. Applied Microbiology and Biotechnology 98(7):3257-3274.
  • Yamada N., Tsurushima N. & Suzumura M., 2013. Effects of CO2-induced seawater acidification on microbial processes involving dissolved organic matter. Energy Procedia 37:5962–5969.
  • Yildiz G., Hofmann L. C., Bischof K. & Dere S., 2013. Ultraviolet radiation modulates the physiological responses of the calcified rhodophyte Corallina officinalis to elevated CO2. Botanica Marina 56(2): 161–168.
  • Young J. N., Bruggeman J., Rickaby R. E. M. Erez J. & Conte M., 2013. Evidence for changes in carbon isotopic fractionation by phytoplankton between 1960 and 2010. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 27(2): 505–515.

2012

  • Alenius B. & Munguia P., 2012. Effects of pH variability on the intertidal isopod, Paradella dianae. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 45(4): 245-259.
  • Amado-Filho G. M., Moura R. L., Bastos A. C., Salgado L. T., Sumida P. Y., Guth A. Z., Francini-Filho R. B., Pereira-Filho G. H., Abrantes D. P., Brasileiro P. S., Bahia R. G., Leal R. N., Kaufman L. , Kleypas J. A., Farina M. & Thompson F. L., 2012. Rhodolith beds are major CaCO3 bio-factories in the tropical South West Atlantic. PLoS ONE 7(4): e35171.
  • Amaral V., Cabral H. N., & Bishop M. J., 2012. Moderate acidification affects growth but not survival of 6-month-old oysters. Aquatic Ecology 46(1):119-127. doi:10.1007/s10452-011-9385-5.
  • Cruz Payán M., Galan B., Coz A., Vandecasteele C. & Viguri J. R., 2012. Evaluation through column leaching tests of metal release from contaminated estuarine sediment subject to CO2 leakages from Carbon Capture and Storage sites. Environmental Pollution 171: 174–184.
  • Duckworth A. R., West L., Vansach T., Stubler A. & Hardt M., 2012. Effects of water temperature and pH on growth and metabolite biosynthesis of coral reef sponges. Marine Ecology Progress Series 462: 67-77.
  • Fitzer S. C., Bishop J. D. D., Caldwell G. S., Clare A. S., Upstill-Goddard R. C. & Bentley M. G., 2012. Visualisation of the copepod female reproductive system using confocal laser scanning microscopy and two-photon microscopy. Journal of Crustacean Biology 32(5):685-692.
  • Foo S. A., Dworjanyn S. A., Poore A. G. B. & Byrne M., 2012. Adaptive capacity of the habitat modifying sea urchin Centrostephanus rodgersii to ocean warming and ocean acidification: performance of early embryos. PLoS ONE 7(8):e42497. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0042497.
  • Freese D., Kreibich T. & Niehoff B., 2012. Characteristics of digestive enzymes of calanoid copepod species from different latitudes in relation to temperature, pH and food. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part B: Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 162(4): 66–72. doi: 10.1016/j.cbpb.2012.04.007.
  • Frieder C. A., Nam S. H., Martz T. R. & Levin L. A., 2012. High temporal and spatial variability of dissolved oxygen and pH in a nearshore California kelp forest. Biogeosciences 9: 3917-3930.
  • Glas M. S., Langer G. & Keul N., 2012. Calcification acidifies the microenvironment of a benthic foraminifer (Ammonia sp.). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 424-425: 53-58.
  • Hardy K., Chandler R. Follett, Louis E. Burnett & Sean C. Lema, 2012. Gene transcripts encoding hypoxia-inducible factor (HIF) exhibit tissue- and muscle fiber type-dependent responses to hypoxia and hypercapnic hypoxia in the Atlantic blue crab, Callinectes sapidus. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology 163(1): 137-146.
  • Hervé V., Derr J., Douady S., Quinet M., Moisan L. & Lopez P. J., 2012. Multiparametric analyses reveal the pH-dependence of silicon biomineralization in diatoms. PLoS ONE 7(10): e46722. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046722.
  • Hughes T. P., Baird, A. H., Dinsdale E. A., Moltschaniwskyj N. A., Pratchett M. S., Tanner J. E. & Willis B. L., 2012. Assembly rules of reef corals are flexible along a steep climatic gradient. Current Biology 22(8): 736–741. doi: 10.1016/j.cub.2012.02.068.
  • Keppel E. A., Scrosati R. A. & Courtenay S. C., 2012. Ocean acidification decreases growth and development in American lobster (Homarus americanus) larvae. Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 44: 61–66.
  • Krause E., Wichels A., Giménez L., Lunau M., Schilhabel M. B. & Gerdts G., 2012. Small changes in pH have direct effects on marine bacterial community composition: a microcosm approach. PLoS ONE 7(10): e47035. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0047035.
  • Law C.S., Breitbarth E., Hoffmann L.J., McGraw C.M., Langlois R.J., LaRoche J., Marriner A. & Safi K.A., 2012. No stimulation of nitrogen fixation by non-filamentous diazotrophs under elevated CO2 in the South Pacific. Global Change Biology 18(10): 3004–3014. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02777.x.
  • Liu W., & He M., 2012. Effects of ocean acidification on the metabolic rates of three species of bivalve from southern coast of China. Chinese Journal of Oceanology and Limnology 30(2):206-2011.
  • Martinez J. A., Smith C. M. & Richmond R. H., 2012. Invasive algal mats degrade coral reef physical habitat quality. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 99:42-49 doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2011.12.022.
  • Matozzo V., Chinellato A., Munari M., Finos L., Bressan M. & Marin M. G., 2012. First evidence of immunomodulation in bivalves under seawater acidification and increased temperature. PLoS ONE 7(3): e33820.
  • Moazami-Goudarzi M. & Colman B., 2012. Changes in carbon uptake mechanisms in two green marine algae by reduced seawater pH. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 413:94-99
  • Nguyen H. D., Doo1 S. S., Soars N. A. & Byrne M., 2012. Non-calcifying larvae in a changing ocean: warming, not acidification/hypercapnia, is the dominant stressor on development of the sea star Meridiastra calcar. Global Change Biology 18(8): 2466–2476. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2012.02714.x.
  • Price N. N., Martz T. R., Brainard R. E. & Smith J. E, 2012. Diel variability in seawater pH relates to calcification and benthic community structure on coral reefs. PLoS ONE 7(8):e43843. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0043843.
  • Salma U., Uddowla H. Md., Lee G., Yeo Y. & Kim H.-W., 2012. Effects of pH change by CO2 induction and salinity on the hatching rate of Artemia franciscana. Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 15(2): 177-181.
  • Shi Q., Yu K., Chen T., Zhang H., Zhao M. & Yan H., 2012. Two centuries-long records of skeletal calcification in massive Porites colonies from Meiji Reef in the southern South China Sea and its responses to atmospheric CO2 and seawater temperature. Science China Earth Sciences 55(1):1-12 doi: 10.1007/s11430-011-4320-0.
  • Smith A. M., Wolfe K. & Byrne M., 2012. Argonauta at risk: dissolution and carbonate mineralogy of egg cases. Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Cairns, Australia, 9-13 July 2012. 8D Effects of ocean acidification. 5 pp.
  • Suharsono & Sri Yudawati Cahyarini, 2012. Reduced trends of annual growth of Indonesian Porites over ~20 years. Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium, Cairns, Australia, 9-13 July 2012. 8D Effects of ocean acidification. 5 pp.
  • Toonen R. J., Nakayama T., Ogawa T., Rossiter A. & Delbeek J. C., 2012. Growth of cultured giant clams (Tridacna spp.) in low pH, high-nutrient seawater: species-specific effects of substrate and supplemental feeding under acidification. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 92: 731–740.
  • Vehmaa A., Brutemark A. & Engström-Öst J., 2012. Maternal effects may act as an adaptation mechanism for copepods facing pH and temperature changes. PLoS ONE 7(10): e48538. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0048538.
  • Watson S.-A., Peck L. S., Tyler P. A., Southgate P. C., Tan K. S., Day R. W. & Morley S. A., 2012. Marine invertebrate skeleton size varies with latitude, temperature, and carbonate saturation: implications for global change and ocean acidification. Global Change Biology 18(10): 3026–3038.
  • Weydmann A., Søreide J. E., Kwasniewski S. & Widdicombe S., 2012. Influence of CO2-induced acidification on the reproduction of a key Arctic copepod Calanus glacialis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 428: 39-42.
  • Xu Y., Shi D., Aristilde L. & Morel F. M. M., 2012. The effect of pH on the uptake of zinc and cadmium in marine phytoplankton: Possible role of weak complexes. Limnology and Oceanography 57(1):293-304
  • Yu J., Zhang Y., Yang G. P. & Tian Y. W., 2012. Effects of ocean acidification on growth, phosphate and nitrate uptake of macroalgae. Huan Jing Ke Xue 33(10): 3352-3360.

2011

  • Amaral V., Cabral H. N. & Bishop M. J., 2011. Resistance among wild invertebrate populations to recurrent estuarine acidification. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 93(4):460-467 doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2011.05.024.
  • Battistoni M., Fitzgerald K. & Kelson S., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on a turtle grass meadow. Dartmouth Undergraduate Journal of Science XIII(3):40-42.
  • Caldwell G. S., Fitzer S., Gillespie C. S., Pickavance G., Turnbull E., & Bentley M. G., 2011. Ocean acidification takes sperm back in time. Invertebrate Reproduction & Development 55(4):217-221.
  • Chapman R. W., Mancia A., Beal M., Veloso A., Rathburn C., Blair A., Holland A. F., Warr G. W., Didinato G., Sokolova I. M., Wirth E. F., Duffy E. & Sanger D., 2011. The transcriptomic responses of the eastern oyster, Crassostrea virginica, to environmental conditions. Molecular Ecology 20(7):1431-1449 doi:10.1111/j.1365-294X.2011.05018.x.
  • Crawfurd KJ, Raven JA, Wheeler GL, Baxter EJ, Joint I, 2011. The response of Thalassiosira pseudonana to long-term exposure to increased CO2 and decreased pH. PLoS ONE 6(10):e26695. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0026695.
  • Dijkstra J. A., Westerman E. L., & Harris L. G., 2011. The effects of climate change on species composition, succession and phenology: a case study. Global Change Biology 17(7):2360–2369.
  • Ferrari M. C. O., Dixon D. L., Munday P. L., McCormick M. I., Meekan M. G., Sih A., & Chivers D. P., 2011. Intrageneric variation in antipredator responses of coral reef fishes affected by ocean acidification: implications for climate change projections on marine communities. Global Change Biology doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02439.x.
  • Fukuda S.-Y., Suzuki I., Hama T., & Shiraiwa Y., 2011. Compensatory response of the unicellular-calcifying alga Emiliania huxleyi (Coccolithophoridales, Haptophyta) to ocean acidification. Journal of Oceanography 67:17–25. doi:10.1007/s10872-011-0001-z.
  • Helme K. P., Dodge R. E., Swart P. K., Gledhill D. K. & Eakin C. M., 2011. Growth rates of Florida corals from 1937 to 1996 and their response to climate change. Nature Communications 2:215.
  • Helmle K. P., Dodge R. E., Swart P. K., Gledhill D. K., & Eakin C. M., 2011. Growth rates of Florida corals from 1937 to 1996 and their response to climate change. Nature Communications 2:215
  • Hepburn C. D., Pritchard D. W., Cornwall C. E., McLeod R. J., Beardall J., Raven J. A., & Hurd C. L., 2011. Diversity of carbon use strategies in a kelp forest community: implications for a high CO2 ocean. Global Change Biology 17(7):2488–2497.
  • Hurd C. L., Cornwall C. E., Currie K., Hepburn C. D., McGraw C. M., Hunter K. A. & Boyd P. W., 2011. Metabolically-induced pH fluctuations by some coastal calcifiers exceed projected 22nd century ocean acidification: a mechanism for differential susceptibility? Global Change Biology 17(10):3254-3262 doi:10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02473.x
  • Kearney R. P., 2011. Coral calcification as an indicator for ocean acidification using CoralXDS. Journal of Student Research in Environmental Science at Appalachian 1:24-31.
  • Lombardi C., Cocito S., Gambi M. C., Cisterna B., Flach F., Taylor P. D., Keltie K., Freer A., & Cusack M., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on growth, organic tissue and protein profile of the Mediterranean ­bryo­zoan Myriapora truncata. Aquatic Biology 13:251-262.
  • Lombardi C., Gambi M. C., Vasapollo C., Taylor P. & Cocito S., 2011. Skeletal alterations and polymorphism in a Mediterranean bryozoan at natural CO2 vents. Zoomorphology 130(2):135-145.
  • Meron D., Atias E., Kruh L. I., Elifantz H., Minz D., Fine M. & Banin E., 2011. The impact of reduced pH on the microbial community of the coral Acropora eurystoma. The ISME Journal 5:51–60.
  • Moran D. & Støttrup J. G., 2011. The effect of carbon dioxide on growth of juvenile Atlantic cod Gadus morhua L. Aquatic Toxicology 102(1-2):24-30 doi:10.1016/j.aquatox.2010.12.014
  • Roberts D., Howard W. R., Moy A. D. , Roberts J. L., Trull T. W., Bray S. G. & Hopcroft R. R., 2011. Interannual pteropod variability in sediment traps deployed above and below the aragonite saturation horizon in the Sub-Antarctic Southern Ocean. Polar Biology 34(11):1739-1750 doi:10.1007/s00300-011-1024-z.
  • Santos I. R., Glud R. N., Maher D., Erler D., & Eyre B. D., 2011. Diel coral reef acidification driven by porewater advection in permeable carbonate sands, Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef. Geophysical Research Letters 38:L03604.

2010

  • Deigweiher K., Hirse T., Bock C., Lucassen M. & Pörtner H.-O., 2010. Hypercapnia induced shifts in gill energy budgets of Antarctic notothenioids. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology 180:347-359.
  • Dixson D. L., Munday P. L. & Jones G. P., 2010. Ocean acidification disrupts the innate ability of fish to detect predator olfactory cues. Ecology Letters 13:68-75.
  • Karlen D. J., Price R. E., Pichler T. & Garey J. R., 2010. Changes in benthic macrofauna associated with a shallow-water hydrothermal vent gradient in Papua New Guinea. Pacific Science 64(3):391-404
  • Munday, P. L., Dixson, D. L., McCormick, M. I., Meekan, M., Ferrari, M. C. O., & Chivers, D. P., 2010. Replenishment of fish populations is threatened by ocean acidification. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the Unites States of America doi:10.1073/pnas.1004519107.
  • Smith A. M. & Lawton E. I., 2010. Growing up in the temperate zone: Age, growth, calcification and carbonate mineralogy of Melicerita chathamensis (Bryozoa) in southern New Zealand. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 298(3-4):271-277.
  • Vizzini S., Tomasello A., Maida G. D., Pirrotta M., Mazzola A. & Calvo S., 2010. Effect of explosive shallow hydrothermal vents on δ13C and growth performance in the seagrass Posidonia oceanica. Journal of Ecology 98: 1284–1291
  • Welladsen, H. M., Southgate, P. C. & Heimann, K., 2010. The effects of exposure to near-future levels of ocean acidification on shell characteristics of Pinctada fucata (Bivalvia: Pteriidae). Molluscan Research 30(3): 125-130
  • Zippay, M. L., & Hofmann, G. E., 2010. Effect of pH on gene expression and thermal tolerance of early life history stages of Red Abalone (Haliotis rufescens). Journal of Shellfish Research 29(2):429-439.

2009

  • Bernard O., Sciandra A. & Rabouille S., 2009. Carbon fixation prediction during a bloom of Emiliania huxleyi is highly sensitive to the assumed regulation mechanism. Biogeosciences Discussions 6:5339-5372.
  • Bernhard J. M., Mollo-Christensen E., Eisenkolb N. & Starczak, V. R., 2009. Tolerance of allogromiid Foraminifera to severely elevated carbon dioxide concentrations: Implications to future ecosystem functioning and paleoceanographic interpretations. Global and Planetary Change. 65:107-114.
  • Clark D., Lamare M. & Barker M., 2009. Response of sea urchin pluteus larvae (Echinodermata: Echinoidea) to reduced seawater pH: a comparison among a tropical, temperate, and a polar species. Marine Biology 156:1432-1793.
  • Couto R. P., Neto A. I. & Rodrigues A. S., 2009. Metal concentration and structural changes in Corallina elongata (Corallinales, Rhodophyta) from hydrothermal vents. Marine Pollution Bulletin 60:509-5014.
  • de Moel H., Ganssen G. M., Peeters F. J. C., Jung S. J. A., Brummer G. J. A., Kroon D. & Zeebe R. E., 2009. Planktic foraminiferal shell thinning in the Arabian Sea due to anthropogenic ocean acidification? Biogeosciences 6:1917-1925.
  • De’ath G., Lough J. M. & Fabricius K. E., 2009. Declining coral calcification on the Great Barrier Reef. Science 323:116-119.
  • Godoi R. H. M., Aerts K., Harlay J., Kaegi R., Ro C.-U., Chou L. & Van Grieken R., 2009. Organic surface coating on Coccolithophores - Emiliania huxleyi: Its determination and implication in the marine carbon cycle. Microchemical Journal 91:266-271.
  • Grelaud M., Schimmelmann A., Beaufort L., 2009. Coccolithophore response to climate and surface hydrography in Santa Barbara Basin, California, AD 1917–2004. Biogeosciences 6:2025-2039.
  • Hauton C., Tyrrell T. & Williams J., 2009. The subtle effects of sea water acidification on the amphipod Gammarus locusta. Biogeosciences 6:1479-1489.
  • Kasemann S. A., Schmidt D. N., Bijma J. & Foster G. L., 2009. In situ boron isotope analysis in marine carbonates and its application for foraminifera and palaeo-pH. Chemical Geology 260:138-147.
  • Kuroyanagi A., Kawahata H., Suzuki A., Fujita K. & Irie T., 2009. Impacts of ocean acidification on large benthic foraminifers: Results from laboratory experiments. Marine Micropaleontology 73:190-195.
  • Liu J., Allard, M., Maier, C., Pedrotti, M.-L., Dai, M., Gattuso, J.-P. & Weinbauer, M. G., 2009. Effects of elevated temperature and pCO2 on respiration in mesopelagic communities of the NW Mediterranean Sea. EPOCA first annual meeting, Plymouth.
  • Mattioli E., Pittet B., Petitpierre L. & Mailliot S., 2009. Dramatic decrease of pelagic carbonate production by nannoplankton across the Early Toarcian anoxic event (T-OAE). Global and Planetary Change 65:134-145.
  • Mcdonald M. R., McClintock J. B., Amsler C. D., Rittschof D., Angus R. A. & Orihuela B. 2009. Effects of ocean acidification on larval development and settlement of the common intertidal barnacle Amphibalanus amphitrite. Integrative and Comparative Biology 49: E270-E270
  • McKinnell S. & Christian J. R., 2009. Seasonal pH and aragonite saturation horizons in the Gulf of Alaska during the North Pacific Survey, 1956–1957. Biogeosciences Discussions 6:4587-4602.
  • Nienhuis S. B., 2009. Multiple impacts of ocean acidification on calcifying marine invertebrates. MSc thesis.
  • O’Donnell M. J., Hammond L. M. & Hofmann G. E., 2009. Predicted impact of ocean acidification on a marine invertebrate: elevated CO2 alters response to thermal stress in sea urchin larvae. Marine Biology 156:1432-1793.
  • Raffi I., Backman J., Zachos J. C. & Sluijs A., 2009. The response of calcareous nannofossil assemblages to the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum at the Walvis Ridge in the South Atlantic. Marine Micropaleontology 70(3-4): 201-212
  • Raffi I., Backman J., Zachos J. C. & Sluijs A., 2009. The response of calcareous nannofossil assemblages to the Paleocene Eocene Thermal Maximum at the Walvis Ridge in the South Atlantic. Marine Micropaleontology 70:201-212.
  • Signorini S. R. & McClain C. R., 2009. Environmental factors controlling the Barents Sea spring-summer phytoplankton blooms. Geophysical Research Letters 36:L10604.
  • Thurber R. V., Willner-Hall D., Rodriguez-Mueller B., Desnues C., Edwards R. A., Angly F., Dinsdale E., Kelly L. & Rohwer F., 2009. Metagenomic analysis of stressed coral holobionts. Environmental Microbiology 11:2148-2163.
  • Todgham A. E., & Hofmann G. E., 2009. Transcriptomic response of sea urchin larvae Strongylocentrotus purpuratus to CO2-driven seawater acidification. Journal of Experimental Biology 212:2579-2594.
  • Wei G., McCulloch M. T., Mortimer G., Deng W. & Xie L., 2009. Evidence for Ocean Acidification in the Great Barrier Reef of Australia. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73:2332-2346.

2008

  • Dashfield S. L., Somerfield P. J., Widdicombe S., Austen M. C. & Nimmo M., 2008. Impacts of ocean acidification and burrowing urchins on within-sediment pH profiles and subtidal nematode communities. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 365:46-52.
  • Hardman-Mountford N. J., Moore, G., Bakker D. C. E., Watson, A. J., Schuster, U., Barciela, R., Hines, A., Moncoiffé, G., Brown, J., Dye, S., Blackford, J., Somerfield, P. J., Holt, J., Hydes, D. J. & Aiken, J., 2008. An operational monitoring system to provide indicators of CO2-related variables in the ocean. ICES Journal of Marine Science 1498-1503.
  • Hautmann M., Benton M. J. & Tomasovych A., 2008. Catastrophic ocean acidification at the Triassic-Jurassic boundary. Neues Jahrbuch für Geologie und Paläontologie - Abhandlungen 249:119-127.
  • Heydari E., Arzani N. & Hassanzadeh J., 2008. Mantle plume: The invisible serial killer -- Application to the Permian-Triassic boundary mass extinction. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 264:147-162.
  • Liu J. W., Maier C., Pedrotti M. L., Dai M. H., Gattuso J. P. & Weinbauer M. G., 2008. Effect of changes in pCO2 concentrations and temperature on prokaryotic growth in mesopelagic waters. ASLO 2009 Aquatic Sciences meeting, Nice.
  • Mari X., 2008. Does ocean acidification induce an upward flux of marine aggregates? Biogeosciences 5:1023-1031.
  • Raffi I. & De Bernardi B., 2008. Response of calcareous nannofossils to the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum: Observations on composition, preservation and calcification in sediments from ODP Site 1263 (Walvis Ridge — SW Atlantic). Marine Micropaleontology 69:119-138.
  • Richardson A. J. & Gibbons M. J., 2008. Are jellyfish increasing in response to ocean acidification? Limnology and Oceanography 53:2035–2040.
  • Tortell P. D., Payne C. D., Li Y. Y., Trimborn S., Rost B., Smith W. O., Riesselman C., Dunbar R. B., Sedwick P. & DiTullio G. R., 2008. CO2 sensitivity of Southern Ocean phytoplankton. Geophysical Research Letters 35:L04605.
  • Wootton J. T., Pfister, C. A. & Forester, J. D., 2008. Dynamic patterns and ecological impacts of declining ocean pH in a high-resolution multi-year dataset. Proceedings of the National Academy of Science U.S.A. 105:18848-18853.

2007

  • Hare C. E., Leblanc K., DiTullio G. R., Kudela R. M., Zhang Y., Lee P. A., Riseman S. & Hutchins D. A., 2007. Consequences of increased temperature and CO2 for phytoplankton community structure in the Bering Sea. Marine Ecology Progress Series 352:9-16.
  • Mayor D. J., Matthews C., Cook K. L., Zuur A. F. & Hay S., 2007. CO2-induced acidification affects hatching success in Calanus finmarchicus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 350:91-97.

2006

  • Langer G., Geisen M., Baumann K. H., Klas J., Riebesell U., Thoms S. & Young J. R., 2006. Species-specific responses of calcifying algae to changing seawater carbonate chemistry. Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems 7:Q09006.
  • Veloza A. J., Chu F.-L. E. & Tang K. W., 2006. Trophic modification of essential fatty acids by heterotrophic protists and its effects on the fatty acid composition of the copepod Acartia tonsa. Marine Biology 148:779-788.

2000-2005

  • Cullen J. T. & Sherrell R. M., 2005. Effects of dissolved carbon dioxide, zinc, and manganese on the cadmium to phosphorus ratio in natural phytoplankton assemblages. Limnology and Oceanography 50:1193-1204.
  • Huesemann M. H., Skillman A. D. & Crecelius E. A., 2002. The inhibition of marine nitrification by ocean disposal of carbon dioxide. Marine Pollution Bulletin 44:142-148.
  • Marshall A. T. & Clode P. L., 2002. Effect of increased calcium concentration in sea water on calcification and photosynthesis in the scleractinian coral Galaxea fascicularis. The Journal of Experimental Biology 205:2017-2113.
  • Marubini F., Barnett H., Langdon C. & Atkinson M. J., 2001. Dependence of calcification on light and carbonate ion concentration for the hermatypic coral Porites compressa. Marine Ecology Progress Series 220:153-162.
  • Zou D. & Gao K., 2005. Effects of elevated CO2 concentration on the photosynthesis and related physiological processes in marine macroalgae. Acta ecologica sinica/Shengtai Xuebao 22:1750-1757.

Before 2000

  • Ahn Y.-B., Cho H.-B., Min B. R. & Choi Y.-K., 1999. Effects of acidification on the changes of microbial diversity in aquatic microorganisms. Korean Journal of Biological Sciences 3:153-159.
  • Buitenhuis E. T., de Baar H. J. W. & Veldhuis M. J. W., 1999. Photosynthesis and calcification by Emiliania huxleyi (Prymnesiophyceae) as a function of inorganic carbon species. Journal of Phycology 35:949–959.
  • Cullen J. T., Lane T. W., Morel F. M. M. & Sherrell R. M., 1999. Modulation of cadmium uptake in phytoplankton by seawater CO2 concentration. Nature 402:165-167.
  • Hiwatari T., Yuzawa A., Okazaki M., Yamamoto M., Akano T. & Kiyohara M., 1995. Effects of CO2 concentrations on growth in the coccolithophorids (Haptophyta). Energy Conversion and Management 36:779-782.
  • Marubini F. & Thake B., 1999. Bicarbonate addition promotes coral growth. Limnology and Oceanography 44:716-720.