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2012

  • Artioli Y., Blackford J. C., Butenschön M., Holt J. T., Wakelin S. L., Thomas H., Borges A. V. & Allen I., 2012. The carbonate system in the North Sea: sensitivity and model validation. Journal of Marine Systems 102-104:1-13.
  • Borchard C. & Engel A., 2012. Organic matter exudation by Emiliania huxleyi under simulated future ocean conditions. Biogeosciences Discussions 9:1199-1236.
  • Comeau S., Alliouane S. & Gattuso J.-P., 2012. Effects of ocean acidification on overwintering juvenile Arctic pteropods Limacina helicina. Marine Ecology Progress Series 456:279-284.
  • Comeau S., Gattuso J.-P., Jeffree R. & Gazeau F., 2012. Effect of carbonate chemistry manipulations on calcification, respiration, and excretion of a Mediterranean pteropod. Biogeosciences Discussions 9:6169-6189.
  • Daniels C. J., Tyrrell T., Poulton A. J. & Pettit L., 2012. The influence of lithogenic material on particulate inorganic carbon measurements of coccolithophores in the Bay of Biscay. Limnology and Oceanography 57:145-153.
  • Dissard D., Douville E., Reynaud S., Juillet-Leclerc A., Montagna P., Louvat P. & McCulloch M., 2012. Light and temperature effect on δ11B and B/Ca ratios of the zooxanthellate coral Acropora sp.: results from culturing experiments. Biogeosciences Discussions 9:5969-6014.
  • Donohue P., Calosi P., Bates A. H., Laverock B., Rastrick S., Mark F. C., Strobel A. & Widdicombe S., 2012. Impact of exposure to elevated pCO2 on the physiology and behaviour of an important ecosystem engineer, the burrowing shrimp Upogebia deltaura. Aquatic Biology 15:73-86.
  • Dupont S., Moya A. & Bailly X., 2012. Stable photosymbiotic relationship under CO2-induced acidification in the acoel worm Symsagittifera roscoffensis. PLoS ONE 7, e29568. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0029568.
  • Dupont S. & Thorndyke M., 2012. Relationship between CO2-driven changes in extracellular acid–base balance and cellular immune response in two polar echinoderm species. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 424-425:32-37.
  • Flynn K. J., Blackford J. C., Baird M. E., Raven J. A., Clark D. R., Beardall J., Brownlee C., Fabian H. & Wheeler G. L., 2012. Changes in pH at the exterior surface of plankton with ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 510-513.
  • Form A. U. & Riebesell U., 2012. Acclimation to ocean acidification during long-term CO2 exposure in the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa. Global Change Biology 18:843-853.
  • Frada M. J., Bidle K. D., Probert I. & de Vargas C., 2012. In situ survey of life cycle phases of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi (Haptophyta). Environmental Microbiology 14:1558-1569.
  • Frommel A., Maneja R., Lowe D., Malzahn A. M., Geffen A. J., Folkvord A., Piatkowski U., Reusch T. B. H. & Clemmesen C., 2012. Severe tissue damage in Atlantic cod larvae under increasing ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 2:42-46.
  • 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.
  • Glock N., Eisenhauer A., Liebetrau V., Wiedenbeck M., Hensen C. & Nehrke G., 2012. EMP and SIMS studies on Mn/Ca and Fe/Ca systematics in benthic foraminifera from the Peruvian OMZ: a contribution to the identification of potential redox proxies and the impact of cleaning protocols. Biogeosciences 9:341-359.
  • Hohn S. & Merico A., 2012. Effects of seawater pCO2 changes on the calcifying fluid of scleractinian corals. Biogeosciences Discussions 9:2655-2689.
  • Hönisch B., Ridgwell A., Schmidt D. N., Thomas E., Gibbs S., Sluijs A., Zeebe R., Kump L., Martindale R. C., Greene S. E., Kiessling W., Ries J., Zachos J. C., Royer D. L., Barker S., Marchitto J. T. M., Moyer R., Pelejero C., Ziveri P., Foster G. L. & Williams B., 2012. The geological record of ocean acidification. Science 335:1058-1063.
  • Hoogstraten A., Peters M., Timmermans K. R. & de Baar H. J. W., 2012. Combined effects of inorganic carbon and light on Phaeocystis globosa Scherffel (Prymnesiophyceae). Biogeosciences 9:1885-1896.
  • Hoogstraten A., Timmermans K. R. & de Baar H. J. W., 2012. Morphological and physiological effects in Proboscia alata (bacillariophyceae) grown under different light and CO2 conditions of the modern Southern Ocean. Journal of Phycology 48:559–568.
  • Hopkins F. E., Kimmance S. A., Stephens J. A., Bellerby R. G. J., Brussaard C. P. D., Czerny J., Schulz K. G. & Archer S. D., 2012. Response of halocarbons to ocean acidification in the Arctic. Biogeosciences Discussions 9:8199-8239.
  • Hoppe C. J. M., Langer G., Rokitta S. D., Wolf-Gladrow D. A. & Rost B., 2012. Implications of observed inconsistencies in carbonate chemistry measurements for ocean acidification studies. Biogeosciences Discussions 9:1781-1792.
  • Lacoue-Labarthe T., Martin S., Oberhänsli F., Teyssié J.-L., Jeffree R., Gattuso J.-P. & Bustamante P., 2012. Temperature and pCO2 effect on the bioaccumulation of radionuclides and trace elements in the eggs of the common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 413:45-49.
  • Langer G., Oetjen K. & Brenneis T., 2012. Calcification of Calcidiscus leptoporus under nitrogen and phosphorus limitation. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 413:131-137.
  • Lebrato M., Pitt K. A., Sweetman A. K., Jones D. O. B., Cartes J. E., Oschlies A., Condon R. H., Molinero J. C., Adler L., Gaillard C., Lloris D. & Billett D. S. M., 2012. Jelly-falls historic and recent observations: a review to drive future research directions. Hydrobiologia 690
  • Maier C., Watremez P., Taviani M., Weinbauer M. G. & Gattuso J.-P., 2012. Calcification rates and the effect of ocean acidification on Mediterranean cold-water corals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279:1716-1723.
  • Moya A., Huisman L., Ball E. E., Hayward D. C., Grasso L. C., Chua C. M., Woo H. N., Gattuso J.-P., Forêt S. & Miller D. J., 2012. Whole transcriptome analysis of the coral Acropora millepora reveals complex responses to CO2-driven acidification during the initiation of calcification. Molecular Ecology 21:2440–2454.
  • Nehrke G., Poigner H., Wilhelms-Dick D., Brey T. & Abele D., 2012. Coexistence of three calcium carbonate polymorphs in the shell of the Antarctic clam Laternula elliptica. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 13, Q05014. doi:10.1029/2011GC003996.
  • Pedrotti M. L., Fiorini S., Kerros M.-E., Middelburg J. J. & Gattuso J.-P., 2012. Variable production of transparent exopolymeric particles by haploid and diploid life stages of coccolithophores grown under different CO2 concentrations. Journal of Plankton Research 34:288-398.
  • Rokitta S. D. & Rost B., 2012. Effects of CO2 and their modulation by light in the life-cycle stages of the coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi. Limnology and Oceanography 57:607-618.
  • Rossoll D., Bermúdez R., Hauss H., Schulz K. G., Riebesell U., Sommer U. & Winder M., 2012. Ocean acidification-induced food quality deterioration constrains trophic transfer. PLoS ONE 7, e34737. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0034737.
  • Sabatier P., Reyss J.-L., Hall-Spencer J. M., Colin C., Frank N., Tisnérat-Laborde N., Bordier L. & Douville E., 2012. 210Pb-226Ra chronology reveals rapid growth rate of Madrepora oculata and Lophelia pertusa on world's largest cold-water coral reef. Biogeosciences 9:1253-1265.
  • Smith H. E. K., Tyrrell T., Charalampopoulou A. D., C, Legge O. J., Birchenough S., Pettit L. R., Garley R. & Hartman S. E. H. M. C., Sagoo N., Daniels C. J., Achterberg E. P. & Hydes D. J, 2012. Predominance of heavily calcified coccolithophores at low CaCO3 saturation during winter in the Bay of Biscay. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the U.S.A 109:8845–8849.
  • Wåhlström I., Omstedt A., Björk G. & Anderson L. G., 2012. Modelling the CO2 dynamics in the Laptev Sea, Arctic Ocean: Part I. Journal of Marine Systems 102-104:29-38.
  • Wicks L. C. & Roberts J. M., 2012. Benthic invertebrates in a high-CO2 world. In: Gibson R. N., Atkinson R. J. A., Gordon J. D. M., Hughes R. N., Hughes D. J. & Smith I. P. (Eds.), Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, pp. 127–188. Taylor & Francis.
  • Yara Y., Vogt M., Fujii M., Yamano H., Hauri C., Steinacher M., Gruber N. & Yamanaka Y., 2012. Ocean acidification limits temperature-induced poleward expansion of coral habitats around Japan. Biogeosciences Discussions 9:7165-7196.

2011

  • Anderson L. G., Björk G., Jutterström S., Pipko I., Shakhova N., Semiletov I. P. & Wåhlström I., 2011. East Siberian Sea, an Arctic region of very high biogeochemical activity. Biogeosciences 8:1745-1754. 
  • Andersson A. J., Mackenzie F. T. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on benthic processes, organisms, and ecosystems. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 122-153. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Anthony K. R. N., Kleypas J. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Coral reefs modify their seawater carbon chemistry – implications for impacts of ocean acidification. Global Change Biology 17:3655-3666.
  • Barry J. P., Widdicombe S. & Hall-Spencer J. M., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on marine biodiversity and ecosystem function. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 192-209. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Beaufort L., Probert I., de Garidel-Thoron T., Bendif E. M., Ruiz-Pino D., Metzl N., Goyet C., Buchet N., Coupel P., Grelaud M., Rost B., Rickaby R. E. M. & de Vargas C., 2011. Sensitivity of coccolithophores to carbonate chemistry and ocean acidification. Nature 476:80-83. 
  • Borchard C., Borges A. V., Händel N. & Engel A., 2011. Biogeochemical response of Emiliania huxleyi (PML B92/11) to elevated CO2 and temperature under phosphorous limitation: a chemostat study. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 410:61-71. 
  • Charalampopoulou A., Poulton A. J., Tyrrell T. & Lucas M. I., 2011. Irradiance and pH affect coccolithophore community composition on a transect between the North Sea and the Arctic Ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 431:25-43. 
  • Danovaro R., Corinaldesi C., Dell'anno A., Fuhrman J. A., Middelburg J. J., Noble R. T. & Suttle C. A., 2011. Marine viruses and global climate change. FEMS Microbiology Reviews 35:993-1034. 
  • Fiorini S., Middelburg J. J. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Effects of elevated CO2 partial pressure and temperature on the coccolithophore Syracosphaera pulchraAquatic Microbial Ecology 64:221-232. 
  • Fiorini S., Middelburg J. J. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Testing the effects of elevated pCO2 on coccolithophores (Prymnesiophyceae): comparison between haploid and diploid life stages. Journal of Phycology 47:1281-1291. 
  • Frank N., Freiwald A., López Correa M., Wienberg C., Eisele M., Hebbeln D., Van Rooij D., Henriet J.-P., Colin C., van Weering T., de Haas H., Buhl-Mortensen P., Roberts J. M., De Mol B., Douville E., Blamart D. & Hatté C., 2011. Northeastern Atlantic cold-water coral reefs and climate. Geology 39:743-476. 
  • Franke A. & Clemmesen C., 2011. Effect of ocean acidification on early life stages of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus L.). Biogeosciences 8:3697-3707. 
  • Frölicher T. L., Joos F. & Raible C. C., 2011. Sensitivity of atmospheric CO2 and climate to explosive volcanic eruptions. Biogeosciences 8:2317-2339. 
  • Gangstø R., Joos F. & Gehlen M., 2011. Sensitivity of pelagic calcification to ocean acidification. Biogeosciences 8:433-458. 
  • Ganssen G., Peeters F., Metcalfe B., Anand P., Jung S., Kroon D. & Brummer G.-J., 2011. Quantifying sea surface temperature ranges of the Arabian Sea for the past 20 000 years. Climate of the Past 7:1337-1349. 
  • Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Interactive comment on “Potential impact of DOC accumulation on f CO2 and carbonate ion computations in ocean acidification experiments” by W. Koeve et al. Biogeosciences Discussions 8:C600–C601. 
  • Gattuso J.-P., Bijma J., Gehlen M., Riebesell U. & Turley C., 2011. Knowns, unknowns and perspectives. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 291-312. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L., 2011. Ocean acidification: background and history. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 1-20. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L., 2011. Ocean acidification, 352 p. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gazeau F., Gattuso J.-P., Greaves M., Elderfield H., Peene J., Heip C. H. R. & Middelburg J. J., 2011. Effect of carbonate chemistry alteration on the early embryonic development of the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas). PLOS ONE 6:e23010. 
  • Gehlen M., Gruber N., Gangstø R., Bopp L. & Oschlies A., 2011. Biogeochemical consequences of ocean acidification and feedback to the Earth system. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 230-248. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Gruber N., 2011. Warming up, turning sour, losing breath: ocean biogeochemistry under global change. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A 369:1980-1996. 
  • Hagino K., Bendif E. M., Young J. R., Kogame K., Probert I., Takano Y., Horiguchi T., de Vargas C. & Okada H., 2011. New evidence for morphological and genetic variation in the cosmopolitan coccolithophore Emiliania Huxleyi (Prymnesiophyceae) from the cox1b-ATP4 genes. Journal of Phycology 47:1164–1176. 
  • Hale R., Calosi P., McNeill L., Mieszkowska N. & Widdicombe S., 2011. Predicted levels of future ocean acidification and temperature rise could alter community structure and biodiversity in marine benthic communities. Oikos 120:661–674. 
  • Hopkins F., Nightingale P. & Liss P., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on the marine source of atmospherically-active trace gases. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 210-229. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Hoppe C. J. M., Langer G. & Rost B., 2011. Emiliania huxleyi shows identical responses to elevated pCO2 in TA and DIC manipulations. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 406:54-62. 
  • Jones B. M., Edwards R. J., Skipp P. J., O'Connor C. D. & Iglesias-Rodriguez M. D., 2011. Shotgun proteomic analysis of Emiliania huxleyi, a marine phytoplankton species of major biogeochemical importance. Marine Biotechnology (NY) 13:496-504. 
  • Joos F., Frölicher T. L., Steinacher M. & Plattner G.-K., 2011. Impact of climate change mitigation on ocean acidification projections. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 272-290. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Kranz S. A., Eichner M. & Rost B., 2011. Interactions between CCM and N2 fixation in TrichodesmiumPhotosynthesis Research 109:73-84.
  • Krause-Nehring J., Klügel A., Nehrke G., Brellochs B. & Brey T., 2011. Impact of sample pretreatment on the measured element concentrations in the bivalve Arctica islandica. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 12, Q07015. doi:10.1029/2011GC003630.
  • Krug S., Schulz K. & Riebesell U., 2011. Effects of CO2-induced changes in seawater carbonate chemistry speciation on Coccolithus braarudii: a discussion of coccolithophorid sensitivities. Biogeosciences Discussions 8:771-777. 
  • Lacoue-Labarthe T., Reveillac E., Oberhänsli F., Teyssié J.-L., Jeffree R. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on trace element accumulation in the early-life stages of squid Loligo vulgarisAquatic Toxicology 105:166-176. 
  • Langer G. & Bode M., 2011. CO2 mediation of adverse effects of seawater acidification in Calcidiscus leptoporusGeochemistry Geophysics Geosystems 12, Q05001. doi:10.1029/2010GC003393.
  • Langer G., Probert I., Nehrke G. & Ziveri P., 2011. The morphological response of Emiliania huxleyi to seawater carbonate chemistry changes: an inter-strain comparison. Journal of Nannoplankton Research 32:29-34. 
  • Lebrato M., Pahlow M., Oschlies A., Pitt K. A., Jones D. O. B., Molinero J. C. & Condon R. H., 2011. Depth attenuation of organic matter export associated with jelly falls. Limnology and Oceanography 56:1917-1928. 
  • Lischka S., Büdenbender J., Boxhammer T. & Riebesell U., 2011. Impact of ocean acidification and elevated temperatures on early juveniles of the polar shelled pteropod Limacina helicina: mortality, shell degradation, and shell growth. Biogeosciences Discussions 8:919-932. 
  • Mackinder L., Wheeler G., Schroeder D., von Dassow P., Riebesell U. & Brownlee C., 2011. Expression of biomineralization-related ion transport genes in Emiliania huxleyiEnvironmental Microbiology 13:3250-3265.
  • Maier C., de Kluijver A., Agis M., Brussaard C. P. D., van Duyl F. C. & Weinbauer M. G., 2011. Dynamics of nutrients, total organic carbon, prokaryotes and viruses in onboard incubations of cold-water corals. Biogeosciences 8:2609-2620.
  • Martin S., Richier S., Pedrotti M.-L., Dupont S., Castejon C., Gerakis Y., Kerros M.-E., Oberhänsli F., Teyssié J.-L., Jeffree R. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Early development and molecular plasticity in the Mediterranean sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus exposed to CO2-driven acidification. Journal of Experimental Biology 214:1357-1368.
  • Mella-Flores D., Mazard S., Humily F., Partensky F., Mahé F., Bariat L., Courties C., Marie D., Ras J., Mauriac R., Jeanthon C., Bendif E. M., Ostrowski M., Scanlan D. J. & Garczarek L., 2011. Is the distribution of Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus ecotypes in the Mediterranean Sea affected by global warming? Biogeosciences 8:2785-2804.
  • Nehrke G. & Nouet J., 2011. Confocal Raman microscope mapping as a tool to describe different mineral and organic phases at high spatial resolution within marine biogenic carbonates: case study on Nerita undata (Gastropoda, Neritopsina). Biogeosciences8:3761-3769. 
  • Orr J. C., 2011. Recent and future changes in ocean carbonate chemistry. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 41-66. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Pagarete A., Le Corguillé G., Tiwari B., Ogata H., de Vargas C., Wilson W. H. & Allen M. J., 2011. Unveiling the transcriptional features associated with coccolithovirus infection of natural Emiliania huxleyi blooms. FEMS Microbiology Ecology 78:555–564.
  • Pipko I. I., Semiletov I. P., Pugach S. P., Wåhlström I. & Anderson L. G., 2011. Interannual variability of air-sea CO2 fluxes and carbonate system parameters in the East Siberian Sea. Biogeosciences Discussions 8:1227-1273. 
  • Pörtner H.-O., Gutowska M. A., Ishimatsu A., Lucassen M., Melzner F. & Seibel B., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on nektonic organisms. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 154-175. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Porzio L., Buia M. C. & Hall-Spencer J. M., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on macroalgal communities. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400:278-287. 
  • Rempfer J., Stockera T. F., Joos F., Dutay J.-C. & Siddall M., 2011. Modelling Nd-isotopes with a coarse resolution ocean circulation model: sensitivities to model parameters and source/sink distributions. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75:5927-5950. 
  • Richier S., Fiorini S., Kerros M.-E., von Dassow P. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Response of the calcifying coccolithophore Emiliania huxleyi to low pH/high pCO2: from physiology to molecular level. Marine Biology 158:551-560. 
  • Riebesell U. & Tortell P. D., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on pelagic organisms and ecosystems. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 99-121. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Ritz S. P., Stocker T. F. & Joos F., 2011. A coupled dynamical ocean–energy balance atmosphere model for paleoclimate studies. Journal of Climate 24:349-375. 
  • Rodolfo-Metalpa R., Houlbrèque F., Tambutté E., Boisson F., Baggini C., Patti F. P., Jeffree R., Fine M., Foggo A., Gattuso J.-P. & Hall-Spencer J. M., 2011. Coral and mollusc resistance to ocean acidification adversely affected by warming. Nature Climate Change 1:308-312. 
  • Rokitta S. D., de Nooijer L. J., Trimborn S., de Vargas C., Rost B. & John U., 2011. Transcriptome analyses reveal differential gene expression patterns between the life-cycle stages of Emiliania huxleyiJournal of Phycology 47:829–838. 
  • Smith S. V. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Balancing the oceanic calcium carbonate cycle: consequences of variable water column Ψ. Aquatic Geochemistry 17:327-337. 
  • Soetaert K. & Gregoire M., 2011. Estimating marine biogeochemical rates of the carbonate pH system - A Kalman filter tested. Ecological Modelling 222:1929-1942. 
  • Tagliabue A., Bopp L. & Gehlen M., 2011. The response of marine carbon and nutrient cycles to ocean acidification: large uncertainties related to phytoplankton physiological assumptions. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 25, GB3017. doi:10.1029/2010GB003929.
  • Tagliabue A. & Völker C., 2011. Towards accounting for dissolved iron speciation in global ocean models. Biogeosciences 8:3025-3039. 
  • Taylor A. R., Chrachri A., Wheeler G., Goddard H. & Brownlee C., 2011. A voltage-gated H+ channel underlying pH homeostasis in calcifying coccolithophores. PLoS Biology 9, e1001085. doi:10.1371/journal.pbio.1001085.
  • Trotter J., Montagna P., McCulloch M., Silenzi S., Reynaud S., Mortimer G., Martin S., Ferrier-Pagès C., Gattuso J.-P. & Rodolfo-Metalpa R., 2011. Quantifying the pH ‘vital effect’ in the temperate zooxanthellate coral Cladocora caespitosa: Validation of the boron seawater pH proxy. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 303:163-173.
  • Tschumi T., Joos F., Gehlen M. & Heinze C., 2011. Deep ocean ventilation, carbon isotopes, marine sedimentation and the deglacial CO2 rise. Climate of the Past 7: 771-800.
  • Turley C. & Boot K., 2011. The ocean acidification challenges facing science and society. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 249-271. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Turley C., Gattuso J.-P. & Hoegh-Guldberg O., 2011. Box 2.3 Ocean acidification: examples of potential impacts. In: Richardson K., Steffen W. & Liverman D. (Eds.), Climate change: global risks, challenges and decisions, pp. 37-39. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Ulfsbo A., Hulth S. & Anderson L. G., 2011. pH and biogeochemical processes in the Gotland Basin of the Baltic Sea. Marine Chemistry 127:20-30. 
  • Walther K., Sartoris F. J. & Pörtner H.-O., 2011. Impacts of temperature and acidification on larval calcium incorporation of the spider crab Hyas araneus from different latitudes (54° vs. 79°N). Marine Biology 158:2043-2053. 
  • Weinbauer M. G., Mari X. & Gattuso J.-P., 2011. Effect of ocean acidification on the diversity and activity of heterotrophic marine microorganisms. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 83-98. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Widdicombe S., Spicer J. I. & Kitidis V., 2011. Effects of ocean acidification on sediment fauna. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 176-191. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
  • Zeebe R. E. & Ridgwell A., 2011. Past changes of ocean carbonate chemistry. In: Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L. (Eds.), Ocean acidification, pp. 21-40. Oxford: Oxford University Press.


2010

  • Anderson L. G., Björk G., Hjalmarsson S., Jones E. P., Jutterström S., Rudels B., Swift J. H., Tanhua T. & Wåhlstöm I., 2010. Arctic Ocean shelf – basin interaction: an active continental shelf CO2 pump and its impact on the degree of calcium carbonate solubility. Deep Sea Research I 57:869-879.
  • Barry J. P., Hall-Spencer J. M. & Tyrrell T., 2010. In situ perturbation experiments: natural venting sites, spatial/temporal gradients in ocean pH, manipulative in situ p(CO2) perturbations. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 123-136. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Barry J. P., Tyrrell T., Hansson L., Plattner G.-K. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. Atmospheric CO2 targets for ocean acidification perturbation experiments. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 53-66. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Bernie D., Lowe J., Tyrrell T. & Legge O., 2010. Influence of mitigation policy on ocean acidification. Geophysical Research Letters 37, L15704. doi:10.1029/2010GL043181.
  • Blackford J. C., 2010. Predicting the impacts of ocean acidification: challenges from an ecosystem perspective. Journal of Marine Systems 81:12-18.
  • Boudreau B. P., Middelburg J. J., Hofmann A. F. & Meysman F. J. R., 2010. Ongoing transients in carbonate compensation. Global Biogeochemical Cycles24:GB4010.
  • Boudreau B. P., Middelburg J. J. & Meysman F. J. R., 2010. Carbonate compensation dynamics. Geophysical Research Letters 37:L03603.
  • Cigliano M., Gambi M. C., Rodolfo-Metalpa R., Patti F. P. & Hall-Spencer J. M., 2010. Effects of ocean acidification on invertebrate settlement at volcanic CO2 vents. Marine Biology 157:2489-2502.
  • Comeau S., Gorsky G., Alliouane S. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. Larvae of the pteropod Cavolinia inflexa exposed to aragonite undersaturation are viable but shell-less.Marine Biology 157:2341–2345.
  • Comeau S., Jeffree R., Teyssié J.-L. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. Response of the Arctic pteropod Limacina helicina to projected future environmental conditions. PLoS ONE 5(6), e11362. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0011362.
  • De Bodt C., Van Oostende N., Harlay J., Sabbe K. & Chou L., 2010. Individual and interacting effects of pCO2 and temperature on Emiliania huxleyi calcification: study of the calcite production, the coccolith morphology and the coccosphere size. Biogeosciences 7:1401-1412.
  • de Kluijver A., Soetaert K., Schulz K. G., Riebesell U., Bellerby R. G. J. & Middelburg J. J., 2010. Phytoplankton-bacteria coupling under elevated CO2 levels: a stable isotope labelling study. Biogeosciences 7:3783-3797.
  • 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.
  • Dias B. B., Hart M. B., Smart C. W. & Hall-Spencer J. M., 2010. Modern seawater acidification: the response of foraminifera to high-CO2 conditions in the Mediterranean Sea. Journal of the Geological Society 167:843-846.
  • Dumousseaud C., Achterberg E. P., Tyrrell T., Charalampopoulou A., Schuster U., Hartman M. & Hydes D. J., 2010. Contrasting effects of temperature and winter mixing on the seasonal and inter-annual variability of the carbonate system in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean. Biogeosciences 7:1481-1492.
  • Dupont S., Dorey N. & Thorndyke M., 2010. What meta-analysis can tell us about vulnerability of marine biodiversity to ocean acidification? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 89:182-185.
  • Dupont S., Lundve B. & Thorndyke M., 2010. Near future ocean acidification increases growth rate of the lecithotrophic larvae and juveniles of the sea star Crossaster papposusJournal of Experimental Zoology Part B: Molecular and Developmental Evolution 314B:382-389.
  • Dupont S., Ortega-Martínez O. & Thorndyke M., 2010. Impact of near-future ocean acidification on echinoderms. Ecotoxicology 19:449-462.
  • Engel A., Barcelos e Ramos J., Geider R., Hutchins D. A., Lee C., Rost B., Röttgers R. & Thingstad F., 2010. Production and export of organic matter. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 181-200. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Findlay H. S., Kendall M. A. & Widdicombe S., 2010. Relative influences of ocean acidification and temperature on intertidal barnacle post-larvae at the northern edge of their geographic distribution. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 86:675-682.
  • Fiorini S., Gattuso J.-P., van Rijswijk P. & Middelburg J. J., 2010. Coccolithophores lipid and carbon isotope composition and their variability related to changes in seawater carbonate chemistry. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 394:74-85.
  • Frölicher T. L. & Joos F., 2010. Reversible and irreversible impacts of greenhouse gas emissions in multi-century projections with the NCAR global coupled carbon cycle-climate model. Climate Dynamics 35:1439-1459.
  • Frommel A. Y., Stiebens V., Clemmesen C. & Havenhand J., 2010. Effect of ocean acidification on marine fish sperm (Baltic cod: Gadus morhua). Biogeosciences7:3915-3919.
  • Gattuso J.-P., Gao K., Lee K., Rost B. & Schulz K. G., 2010. Approaches and tools to manipulate the carbonate chemistry. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 41-52. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Gazeau F., Gattuso J.-P., Dawber C., Pronker A. E., Peene F., Peene J., Heip C. H. R. & Middelburg J. J., 2010. Effect of ocean acidification on the early life stages of the blue mussel Mytilus edulisBiogeosciences 7:2051-2060.
  • Gutowska M. A., Melzner F., Langenbuch M., Bock C., Claireaux G. & Pörtner H.-O., 2010. Acid–base regulatory ability of the cephalopod (Sepia officinalis) in response to environmental hypercapnia. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology 180:323-335.
  • Gutowska M. A., Melzner F., Pörtner H.-O. & Meier S., 2010. Cuttlebone calcification increases during exposure to elevated seawater pCO2 in the cephalopodSepia officinalisMarine Biology
  • Havenhand J., Dupont S. & Quinn G. P., 2010. Designing ocean acidification experiments to maximise inference. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 67-80. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Hofmann A. F., Middelburg J. J., Soetaert K., Wolf-Gladrow D. A. & FJR M., 2010. Proton cycling, buffering, and reaction stoichiometry in natural waters. Marine Chemistry 121:246-255.
  • Jutterström S. & Anderson L. G., 2010. Uptake of CO2 by the Arctic Ocean in a changing climate. Marine Chemistry 122:96-104.
  • Kranz S. A., Wolf-Gladrow D., Nehrke G., Langer G. & Rost B., 2010. Calcium carbonate precipitation induced by the growth of the marine cyanobacteriaTrichodesmiumLimnology and Oceanography 55:2563-2569.
  • Langdon C., Gattuso J.-P. & Andersson A., 2010. Measurements of calcification and dissolution of benthic organisms and communities. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 213-232. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Langer G., De Nooijer L. J. & Oetjen K., 2010. On the role of the cytoskeleton in coccolith morphogenesis: the effect of cytoskeleton inhibitors. Journal of Phycology 46:1252–1256.
  • Lannig G., Eilers S., Pörtner H.-O., Sokolova I. M. & Bock C., 2010. Impact of ocean acidification on energy metabolism of oyster, Crassostrea gigas - changes in metabolic pathways and thermal response. Marine Drugs 8:2318-2339.
  • LaRoche J., Rost B. & Engel A., 2010. Bioassays, batch culture and chemostat experimentation. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.),Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 81-94. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Liu J., Weinbauer M. G., Maier C., Dai M. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. Effect of ocean acidification on microbial diversity, and on microbe-driven biogeochemistry and ecosystem functioning. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 61:291-305.
  • Lombard F., da Rocha R. E., Bijma J. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. Effect of carbonate ion concentration and irradiance on calcification in planktonic foraminifera.Biogeosciences 7:247-255.
  • Marchant H. K., Calosi P. & Spicer J. I., 2010. Short-term exposure to hypercapnia does not compromise feeding, acid–base balance or respiration of Patella vulgata but surprisingly is accompanied by radula damage. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 90:1379-1384.
  • McQuatters-Gollop A., Burkill P. H., Beaugrand G., Johns D. J., Gattuso J.-P. & Edwards M., [Eds], 2010. Atlas of calcifying plankton: results from the continuous plankton recorder survey. 20. Plymouth, UK: EPOCA and Sir Alister Hardy Foundation for Ocean Science.
  • Müller M. N., Schulz K. G. & Riebesell U., 2010. Effects of long-term high CO2 exposure on two species of coccolithophores. Biogeosciences 7:1109-1116.
  • Nisumaa A.-M., Pesant S., Bellerby R. G. J., Delille B., Middelburg J., Orr J. C., Riebesell U., Tyrrell T., Wolf-Gladrow D. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. EPOCA/EUR-OCEANS data compilation on the biological and biogeochemical responses to ocean acidification. Earth System Science Data 2:167-175.
  • Oschlies A., Blackford J., Doney S. C. & Gehlen M., 2010. Modelling considerations. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 233-242. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Pesant S., Hook L. A., Lowry R., Moncoiffé G., Nisumaa A.-M. & Pfeil B., 2010. Safeguarding and sharing ocean acidification data. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 243-258. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Piontek J., Lunau M., Händel N., Borchard C., Wurst M. & Engel A., 2010. Acidification increases microbial polysaccharide degradation in the ocean.Biogeosciences 7:1615-1624.
  • Pörtner H.-O., 2010. Oxygen- and capacity-limitation of thermal tolerance: a matrix for integrating climate-related stressor effects in marine ecosystems. Journal of Experimental Biology 213:881-893.
  • Pörtner H.-O., Bickmeyer U., Bleich M., Bock C., Brownlee C., Melzner F., Michaelidis B., Sartoris F.-J. & Storch D., 2010. Studies of acid-base status and regulation. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 137-166. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Pörtner H.-O., Dupont S., Melzner F., Storch D. & Thorndyke M., 2010. Studies of metabolic rate and other characters across life stages. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 167-180. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Pörtner H.-O. & Peck M. A., 2010. Climate change effects on fishes and fisheries: towards a cause-and-effect understanding. Journal of Fish Biology 77:1745-1779.
  • Pörtner H. O., Schulte P. M., Wood C. M. & Schiemer F., 2010. Niche dimensions in fishes: an integrative view. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 83:808-826.
  • Provoost P., van Heuven S., Soetaert K., Laane R. W. P. M. & Middelburg J. J., 2010. Seasonal and long-term changes in pH in the Dutch coastal zone.Biogeosciences 7:3869-3878.
  • Raitzsch M., Dueñas-Bohórquez A., Reichart G.-J., de Nooijer L. J. & Bickert T., 2010. Incorporation of Mg and Sr in calcite of cultured benthic foraminifera: impact of calcium concentration and associated calcite saturation state. Biogeosciences 7:869-881.
  • Ridgwell A. & Schmidt D. N., 2010. Past constraints on the vulnerability of marine calcifiers to massive carbon dioxide release. Nature Geoscience 3:196 - 200.
  • Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, 260 p. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Riebesell U., Lee K. & Nejstgaard J. C., 2010. Pelagic mesocosms. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 95-112. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Rodolfo-Metalpa R., Lombardi C., Cocito S., Hall-Spencer J. M. & Gambi M. C., 2010. Effects of ocean acidification and high temperatures on the bryozoanMyriapora truncata at natural CO2 vents. Marine Ecology 31:447-456.
  • Rodolfo-Metalpa R., Martin S., Ferrier-Pagès C. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. Response of the temperate coral Cladocora caespitosa to mid- and long-term exposure to pCO2 and temperature levels projected for the year 2100 AD. Biogeosciences 7:289-300.
  • Small D., Calosi P., White D., Spicer J. I. & Widdicombe S., 2010. Impact of medium-term exposure to CO2 enriched seawater on the physiological functions of the velvet swimming crab Necora puberAquatic Biology 10:11-21.
  • Steinacher M., Joos F., Frölicher T. L., Bopp L., Cadule P., Cocco V., Doney S. C., Gehlen M., Lindsay K., Moore J. K., Schneider B. & Segschneider J., 2010. Projected 21st century decrease in marine productivity: a multi-model analysis. Biogeosciences 7:979-1005.
  • Thomsen J., Gutowska M. A., Saphörster J., Heinemann A., Trübenbach K., Fietzke J., Hiebenthal C., Eisenhauer A., Körtzinger A., Wahl M. & Melzner F., 2010. Calcifying invertebrates succeed in a naturally CO2 enriched coastal habitat but are threatened by high levels of future acidification. Biogeosciences 7:3879-3891.
  • Tittensor D. P., Baco A. R., Hall-Spencer J. M., Orr J. C. & Rogers A. D., 2010. Seamounts as refugia from ocean acidification for cold-water stony corals. Marine Ecology 31:212-225.
  • Turley C., Eby M., Ridgwell A. J., Schmidt D. N., Findlay H. S., Brownlee C., Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Feely R. A. & Gattuso J.-P., 2010. The societal challenge of ocean acidification. Marine Pollution Bulletin 60:787-792.
  • Walther K., Anger K. & Pörtner H.-O., 2010. Effects of ocean acidification and warming on the larval development of the spider crab Hyas araneus from different latitudes (54° vs. 79°N). Marine Ecology Progress Series 417:159-170.
  • Widdicombe S., Dupont S. & Thorndyke M., 2010. Laboratory experiments and benthic mesocosm studies. In: Riebesell U., Fabry V. J., Hansson L. & Gattuso J.-P. (Eds.), Guide to best practices for ocean acidification research and data reporting, pp. 113-122. Luxembourg: Publications Office of the European Union.
  • Wood H. L., Spicer J. I., Lowe D. M. & Widdicombe S., 2010. Interaction of ocean acidification and temperature; the high cost of survival in the brittlestar Ophiura ophiura. Marine Biology 157:2001-2013.

2009

  • Anderson L. G., Jutterström S., Hjalmarsson S., Wåhlström I. & Semiletov I. P., 2009. Out-gassing of CO2 from Siberian Shelf seas by terrestrial organic matter decomposition. Geophysical Research Letters 36, L20601. doi:10.1029/2009GL040046.
  • Bijma J. & Elderfield H., 2009. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA): objectives, products, and scientific highlights. Box 1. Past changes in ocean pH.Oceanography 22:193.
  • Burkill P., Tyrrell T. & Edwards M., 2009. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA): objectives, products, and scientific highlights. Box 2. European time series of calcareous organisms and carbonate chemistry. Oceanography 22:195.
  • Comeau S., Gorsky G., Jeffree R., Teyssié J. L. & Gattuso J.-P., 2009. Impact of ocean acidification on a key Arctic pelagic mollusc (Limacina helicina).Biogeosciences 6:1877-1882.
  • 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 Nooijer L. J., Langer G., Nehrke G. & Bijma J., 2009. Physiological controls on seawater uptake and calcification in the benthic foraminifer Ammonia tepida.Biogeosciences 6:2669-2675.
  • Gao K., Ruan Z., Villafañe V. E., Gattuso J.-P. & Helbling E. W., 2009. Ocean acidification exacerbates the effect of UV radiation on the calcifying phytoplankterEmiliania huxleyiLimnology and Oceanography 54:1855-1862.
  • Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L., 2009. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA): objectives, products, and scientific highlights. Oceanography 22:190-201.
  • Gattuso J.-P. & Lavigne H., 2009. Technical note: approaches and software tools to investigate the impact of ocean acidification. Biogeosciences 6:2121-2133.
  • Hauri C., Gruber N., Plattner G.-K., Alin S., Feely R. A., Hales B. & Wheeler P. A., 2009. Ocean acidification in the California Current System. Oceanography22:60-71.
  • Havenhand J. N. & Schlegel P., 2009. Near-future levels of ocean acidification do not affect sperm motility and fertilization kinetics in the oyster Crassostrea gigasBiogeosciences 6:3009-3015.
  • Heinze C., Kriest I. & Maier-Reimer E., 2009. Age offsets among different biogenic and lithogenic components of sediment cores revealed by numerical modeling.Paleoceanography 24, PA4214. doi:10.1029/2008PA001662.
  • Lacoue-Labarthe T., Martin S., Oberhänsli F., Teyssié J.-L., Markich S., Jeffree R. & Bustamante P., 2009. Effects of increased pCO2 and temperature on trace element (Ag, Cd and Zn) bioaccumulation in the eggs of the common cuttlefish, Sepia officinalisBiogeosciences 6:2561-2573.
  • Maier C., Hegeman J., Weinbauer M. G. & Gattuso J.-P., 2009. Calcification of the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa, under ambient and reduced pH.Biogeosciences 6:1671-1680.
  • Melzner F., Gutowska M. A., Langenbuch M., Dupont S., Lucassen M., Thorndyke M. C., Bleich M. & Pörtner H.-O., 2009. Physiological basis for high CO2 tolerance in marine ectothermic animals: pre-adaptation through lifestyle and ontogeny? Biogeosciences 6:2313-2331.
  • Olafsson J., Olafsdottir S. R., Benoit-Cattin A., Danielsen M., Arnarson T. S. & Takahashi T., 2009. Rate of Iceland Sea acidification from time series measurements. Biogeosciences 6:2661-2668.
  • Ridgwell A., Schmidt D. N., Turley C., Brownlee C., Maldonado M. T., Tortell P. & Young J. R., 2009. From laboratory manipulations to earth system models: scaling calcification impacts of ocean acidification. Biogeosciences 6:2611-2623.
  • Schulz K. G., Barcelos e Ramos J., Zeebe R. E. & Riebesell U., 2009. CO2 perturbation experiments: similarities and differences between dissolved inorganic carbon and total alkalinity manipulations. Biogeosciences 6:2145-2153.
  • Steinacher M., Joos F., Frölicher T. L., Plattner G.-K. & Doney S. C., 2009. Imminent ocean acidification projected with the NCAR global coupled carbon cycle-climate model. Biogeosciences 6:515-533.
  • Turley C., Boot K., Davidson K.-M., Laffoley D. & Saugier P., 2009. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA): objectives, products, and scientific highlights. Box 6. EPOCA outreach activities. Oceanography 22:200.
  • Walther K., Sartoris F. J., Bock C. & Pörtner H.-O., 2009. Impact of anthropogenic ocean acidification on thermal tolerance of the spider crab Hyas araneus.Biogeosciences 6:2207-2215.
  • Widdicombe S., 2009. European Project on Ocean Acidification (EPOCA): objectives, products, and scientific highlights. Box 3. Ocean acidification effects on key ecological interactions among species. Oceanography 22:196.
  • Wood H. L., Widdicombe S. & Spicer J. I., 2009. The influence of hypercapnia and the infaunal brittlestar Amphiura filiformis on sediment nutrient flux – will ocean acidification affect nutrient exchange? Biogeosciences 6:2015-2024.

2008

  • Davies A. J., Wisshak M., Orr J. C. & Roberts J. M., 2008. Predicting suitable habitat for the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa (Scleractinia). Deep-Sea Research I 55:1048-1062.
  • Gattuso J.-P. & Hansson L., 2008. EPOCA (European Project on Ocean Acidification) and other research efforts devoted to the Mediterranean Sea. In: Briand F. (Ed.), Impacts of acidification on biological, chemical and physical systems in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, pp. 31-33. Monaco: CIESM.
  • Gazeau F., 2008. Impact of ocean acidification on marine shellfish. In: Briand F. (Ed.), Impacts of acidification on biological, chemical and physical systems in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, pp. 81-87. Monaco: CIESM.
  • Gehlen M., 2008. Biogeochemical impacts of ocean acidification - emphasis on carbonate production and dissolution. In: Briand F. (Ed.), Impacts of acidification on biological, chemical and physical systems in the Mediterranean and Black Seas, pp. 51-54. Monaco: CIESM.
  • Gutowska M. A., Pörtner H.-O. & Melzner F., 2008. Growth and calcification in the cephalopod Sepia officinalis under elevated seawater pCO2. Marine Ecology Progress Series 373:303-309.
  • Pörtner H.-O., 2008. Ecosystem effects of ocean acidification in of ocean warming: a physiologist’s view. Marine Ecology Progress Series 373:203-217.
 

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