List of public deliverables 3rd period (month 37-48)
What do we do? - Public deliverables
  • D2.8 Report to scientists and policy-makers on how paleoceanographic results on ocean acidification enable an improved simulation of the future evolution of the Earth system (PDF)
  • Due month: 48 Responsible scientist: Jelle Bijma

  • D3.4 Quality-controlled datasets of carbonate chemistry and other chemical variables (over time and space) (PDF)

Due month: 48, Responsible scientist: Toby Tyrrell

  • D3.9 Report identifying possible "hotspots" (PDF)

Due month: 48, Responsible scientist: Toby Tyrrell

  • D4.5 Determination of external pH effects on intracellular pH homeostasis and calcification at the single cell level in different coccolithophore species and on calcification in coccolithophores, foraminifera, pteropods, corals, and bivalves (PDF)
  • Due month: 42 Responsible scientist: Colin Brownlee

  • D4.7 Provide a set of genetic and proteomic markers to diagnose and forecast changes in marine calcification (PDF)
  • Due month: 48 Responsible scientist: Colomban de Vargas

  • D6.7 Contribution to mechanism-based model of OA effects at ecosystem level (linking to WP7, 9) (PDF)
  • Due month: 48 Responsible scientist: Hans-Otto Pörtner

  • D7.5 Effect of pH on bioturbating organisms and benthic nitrogen cycling and respiration (PDF)
  • Due month: 42 Responsible scientist: Steve Widdicombe

  • D7.6 Identification of non-linear responses of heterotrophic processes and benthic nitrogen cycling towards CO2/pH changes, link with WP9 and WP13 (PDF)
  • Due month: 39 Responsible scientist: Jack Middelburg

  • D9.5 Improved model formulation for pH sensitive processes that can be used in Earth-system models (PDF)
  • Due month: 40 Responsible scientist: Andreas Oschlies

  • D9.6 Uncertainty analysis of ecosystem response to changes in pH and covarying factors (PDF)
  • Due month: 48 Responsible scientist: Andreas Oschlies

  • D10.5 Report assessing hot spots, thresholds, and uncertainties in terms of simulated future pH and carbonate saturation states completed and provided to WP13 (PDF)
  • Due month: 42 Responsible scientist: Fortunat Joos

  • D12.5 Final model output archive made available to the public after quality control (PDF)
  • Due month: 48 Responsible scientist: Laurent Bopp

  • D13.9 “Strawman” report of potential thresholds, new states, risks to the marine environment and potential feedback to climate and associated uncertainties, probabilities and thresholds associated with CO2 emission and stabilization scenarios (PDF)
  • Due month: 38 Responsible scientist: Carol Turley

  • D14.3 Information for policy makers and other stakeholders made accessible in the form of brochures and digital material (on CD or pen drive) of key facts and findings. (PDF)
  • Due month: 45 Responsible scientist: Carol Turley

  • D14.5 Final plan for the use and dissemination of foreground (PDF)
  • Due month: 48 Responsible scientist: Lina Hansson, Jean-Pierre Gattuso

  • D15.5 Final databases of EPOCA observations; final databases of EPOCA model simulations (PDF)
  • Due month: 48 Responsible scientist: Anne-Marin Nisumaa

 

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