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Bibliography

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2023

  • Romera-Castillo C, Lucas A, Mallenco-Fornies R, Briones-Rizo M, Calvo E, Pelejero C. Abiotic plastic leaching contributes to ocean acidification. Science of The Total Environment 2023;854:158683. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]

2022

  • Sala M. M, Peters F, Sebastián M, Cardelús C, Calvo E, Marrasé C et al. COVID-19 lockdown moderately increased oligotrophy at a marine coastal site_1. Science of The Total Environment 2022;151443. [More]

2021

  • Horner T. J, Little S. H, Conway T. M, Farmer J. R, Hertzberg J. E, Janssen D. J et al. Bioactive Trace Metals and Their Isotopes as Paleoproductivity Proxies: An Assessment Using GEOTRACES-Era Data. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2021;35(11):e2020GB006814. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Farmer J. R, Hertzberg J. E, Cardinal D, Fietz S, Hendry K, Jaccard S. L et al. Assessment of C, N, and Si Isotopes as Tracers of Past Ocean Nutrient and Carbon Cycling. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2021;35(7):e2020GB006775. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Hayes C. T, Costa K. M, Anderson R. F, Calvo E, Chase Z, Demina L. L et al. Global Ocean Sediment Composition and Burial Flux in the Deep Sea. Global Biogeochemical Cycles 2021;35(4):e2020GB006769. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Moreno A, Giralt S, Benito G, Calvo E, Corella J. P, González-Sampériz P et al. Past global changes: A context to the Anthropocene. In: García M. B, Jordano P, editors. Global change impacts. Madrid: CSIC Scientific Challenges: Towards 2030, CSIC. 21-47. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Ballabrera J, Castro C. G, Alonso-Pérez F, Álvarez-Salgado X. A, Basterretxea G, Calbet A et al. Ocean variability and climate. In: Pascual A, Macías D, editors. Ocean science challenges for 2030. Madrid: CSIC Scientific Challenges: Towards 2030, CSIC. 35–51. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Dachs J, Huertas I. E, Alvarez-Salgado X. A, Araujo C, Berdalet E, Blasco J et al. Ocean health. In: Pascual A, Macías D, editors. Ocean science challenges for 2030. Madrid: CSIC Scientific Challenges: Towards 2030, CSIC. 81–95. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Pelejero C, Calvo E. Beyond global warming: Stressed oceans, globe-wide in the Anthropocene. Mètode Science Studies Journal 2021;11:165-171. [More]
  • Shuttleworth R, Bostock H. C, Chalk T. B, Calvo E, Jaccard S. L, Pelejero C et al. Early deglacial CO2 release from the Sub-Antarctic Atlantic and Pacific oceans. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 2021;554:116649. [More]
  • Malits A, Boras J. A, Balagué V, Calvo E, Gasol J. M, Marrasé C et al. Viral-mediated microbe mortality modulated by ocean acidification and eutrophication: Consequences for the carbon fluxes through the microbial food web. Frontiers in Microbiology 2021;12:635821. [More]
  • Martínez-Dios A, Pelejero C, Cobacho S, Movilla J, Dinarès-Turell J, Calvo E. A 1-million-year record of environmental change in the Central Mediterranean Sea from organic molecular proxies. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 2021;36:e2021PA004289. [More]

2020

  • Quirós-Collazos L, Calvo E, Schouten S, Van der Meer M. T, Rodrigo-Gámiz M, Pena L. D et al. Controls on primary productivity in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific, east of the Galapagos Islands, during the penultimate deglaciation. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 2020. [More]
  • Martínez-Dios A, Pelejero C, López-Sanz A, Sherrell R. M, Ko S, Häussermann V et al. Effects of low pH and feeding on calcification rates of the cold-water coral Desmophyllum dianthus. PeerJ 2020;8:e8236. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]

2019

  • Bostock H. C, Prebble J. G, Cortese G, Hayward B, Calvo E, Quirós-Collazos L et al. Paleoproductivity in the SW Pacific Ocean during the Early Holocene Climatic Optimum. Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 2019;34(4):580-599. [More]
  • Moy A. D, Palmer M. R, Howard W. R, Bijma J, Cooper M. J, Calvo E et al. Varied contribution of the Southern Ocean to deglacial atmospheric CO2 rise. Nature Geoscience 2019;12:1006-1011. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Tilbrook B, Jewett E. B, DeGrandpre M. D, Hernandez-Ayon J. M, Feely R. A, Gledhill D. K et al. An Enhanced Ocean Acidification Observing Network: From People to Technology to Data Synthesis and Information Exchange. Frontiers in Marine Science 2019;6:337. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]

2017

  • Prebble J. G, Bostock H. C, Cortese G, Lorrey A. M, Hayward B. W, Calvo E et al. Evidence for a Holocene Climatic Optimum in the southwest Pacific: A multiproxy study. Paleoceanography 2017;32(8):763-779. [More]
  • De la Fuente M, Calvo E, Skinner L, Pelejero C, Evans D, Müller W et al. The evolution of deep ocean chemistry and respired carbon in the Eastern Equatorial Pacific over the Last Deglaciation. Paleoceanography 2017;32:1371–1385. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Aparicio F. L, Nieto-Cid M, Calvo E, Pelejero C, López-Sanz A, Pascual J et al. Wind-induced changes in the dynamics of fluorescent organic matter in the coastal NW Mediterranean. Science of the Total Environment 2017;609:1001-1012. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]

2016

  • Catalá T. S, Reche I, Ramón C. L, López-Sanz A, Álvarez M, Calvo E et al. Chromophoric signatures of microbial by-products in the dark ocean. Geophysical Research Letters 2016;43:7639-7648. [More]
  • Ribes M, Calvo E, Movilla J, Logares R, Coma R, Pelejero C. Restructuring of the sponge microbiome favors tolerance to ocean acidification. Environmental Microbiology Reports 2016;8:536-544. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Movilla J, Calvo E, Coma R, Serrano E, López-Sanz A, Pelejero C. Annual response of two Mediterranean azooxanthellate temperate corals to low-pH and high-temperature conditions. Marine Biology 2016. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Aparicio F. L, Nieto-Cid M, Borrull E, Calvo E, Pelejero C, Sala M. M et al. Eutrophication and acidification: do they induce changes in the dissolved organic matter dynamics in the coastal Mediterranean Sea?. Science of the Total Environment 2016;563-564:179-189. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]
  • Bunse C, Lundin D, Karlsson C. M, Akram N, Vila-Costa M, Palovaara J et al. Response of marine bacterioplankton pH homeostasis gene expression to elevated CO2. Nature Climate Change 2016. [More] [PDF version, authorized staff only]