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Andreas Andersson
Andreas Andersson
Professor, Scripps Institution of Oceanography
Verified email at ucsd.edu
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Anthropogenic perturbation of the carbon fluxes from land to ocean
P Regnier, P Friedlingstein, P Ciais, FT Mackenzie, N Gruber, ...
Nature geoscience 6 (8), 597-607, 2013
8902013
Decreased abundance of crustose coralline algae due to ocean acidification
IB Kuffner, AJ Andersson, PL Jokiel, KS Rodgers, FT Mackenzie
Nature geoscience 1 (2), 114-117, 2008
6682008
Ocean acidification and calcifying reef organisms: a mesocosm investigation
PL Jokiel, KS Rodgers, IB Kuffner, AJ Andersson, EF Cox, FT Mackenzie
Coral Reefs 27 (3), 473-483, 2008
4252008
Life on the margin: implications of ocean acidification on Mg-calcite, high latitude and cold-water marine calcifiers
AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie, NR Bates
Marine Ecology Progress Series 373, 265-273, 2008
3792008
Global declines in oceanic nitrification rates as a consequence of ocean acidification
JM Beman, CE Chow, AL King, Y Feng, JA Fuhrman, A Andersson, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 108 (1), 208-213, 2011
3392011
Initial responses of carbonate-rich shelf sediments to rising atmospheric pCO2 and “ocean acidification”: Role of high Mg-calcites
JW Morse, AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (23), 5814-5830, 2006
3172006
Ocean acidification and coral reefs: effects on breakdown, dissolution, and net ecosystem calcification
AJ Andersson, D Gledhill
Annual Review of Marine Science 5, 321-348, 2013
3132013
Coastal ocean and carbonate systems in the high CO2 world of the Anthropocene
AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie, A Lerman
American Journal of Science 305 (9), 875-918, 2005
2062005
Past and present of sediment and carbon biogeochemical cycling models
FT Mackenzie, A Lerman, AJ Andersson
Biogeosciences Discussions 1 (1), 27-85, 2004
2042004
Coral reefs will transition to net dissolving before end of century
BD Eyre, T Cyronak, P Drupp, EH De Carlo, JP Sachs, AJ Andersson
Science 359 (6378), 908-911, 2018
1952018
Net Loss of CaCO3 from a subtropical calcifying community due to seawater acidification: mesocosm-scale experimental evidence
AJ Andersson, IB Kuffner, FT Mackenzie, PL Jokiel, KS Rodgers, A Tan
Biogeosciences 6 (8), 1811-1823, 2009
1662009
Benthic coral reef calcium carbonate dissolution in an acidifying ocean
BD Eyre, AJ Andersson, T Cyronak
Nature climate change 4 (11), 969-976, 2014
1542014
Solution of shallow-water carbonates: An insignificant buffer against rising atmospheric CO2
AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie, LM Ver
Geology 31 (6), 513-516, 2003
1512003
Dissolution of carbonate sediments under rising pCO2 and ocean acidification: observations from Devil’s Hole, Bermuda
AJ Andersson, NR Bates, FT Mackenzie
Aquatic Geochemistry 13 (3), 237-264, 2007
1452007
Feedbacks and responses of coral calcification on the Bermuda reef system to seasonal changes in biological processes and ocean acidification
NR Bates, A Amat, AJ Andersson
Biogeosciences 7 (8), 2509-2530, 2010
1372010
Impacts of the oceans on climate change
PC Reid, AC Fischer, E Lewis-Brown, MP Meredith, M Sparrow, ...
Advances in marine biology 56, 1-150, 2009
1372009
Revisiting four scientific debates in ocean acidification research
AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie
Biogeosciences 9 (3), 893-905, 2012
1262012
Effects of ocean acidification on benthic processes, organisms, and ecosystems
AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie, JP Gattuso
Ocean acidification 8, 122-153, 2011
1182011
Shallow‐water oceans: a source or sink of atmospheric CO2?
AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 2 (7), 348-353, 2004
1162004
Coastal ocean CO2–carbonic acid–carbonate sediment system of the Anthropocene
AJ Andersson, FT Mackenzie, A Lerman
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 20 (1), 2006
1002006
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