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2019
Sastri A.R, Christian J.R, Achterberg E.P, Atamanchuk D., Buck J.JH, Bresnahan P., Duke P.J, Evans W., Gonski S.F, Johnson B. et al..  2019.  Perspectives on in situ sensors for ocean acidification research. 6
2018
Sato K.N, Andersson AJ, Day JMD, Taylor J.RA, Frank M.B, Jung J.Y, McKittrick J., Levin L.A.  2018.  Response of sea urchin fitness traits to environmental gradients across the Southern California oxygen minimum zone. Frontiers in Marine Science. 5
Cyronak T., Andersson AJ, D'Angelo S., Bresnahan P., Davidson C., Griffin A., Kindeberg T., Pennise J., Takeshita Y, White M..  2018.  Short-term spatial and temporal carbonate chemistry variability in two contrasting seagrass meadows: Implications for pH buffering capacities. Estuaries and Coasts. 41:1282-1296.
2015
Pickett M, Andersson AJ.  2015.  Dissolution rates of biogenic carbonates in natural seawater at different pCO2 conditions: A laboratory study. Aquatic Geochemistry. :1-27.
Levin L.A, Honisch B., Frieder C.A.  2015.  Geochemical proxies for estimating faunal exposure to ocean acidification. Oceanography. 28:62-73.
2014
Rose KK, Johnson JE, Torres ME, Hong W-L, Giosan L, Solomon EA, Kastner M, Cawthern T, Long PE, H. Schaef T.  2014.  Anomalous porosity preservation and preferential accumulation of gas hydrate in the Andaman accretionary wedge, NGHP-01 site 17A. Marine and Petroleum Geology. 58, Part A:99-116.
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