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Publications - Kroeker

  1. Kamenos NA, Perna G, Gambi MC, Micheli F , Kroeker KJ. 2016, Coralline algae in a naturally acidified ecosystem persist by maintaining control of skeletal mineralogy and size. Proc. R. Soc. B 283: 20161159. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.1159  PDF
  2. M. C. Gambi, L. Musco, A. Giangrande, F. Badalamenti, F. Micheli, K. J. Kroeker, (2016), Distribution and functional traits of polychaetes in a CO2 vent system: winners and losers among closely related species. Mar Ecol Prog Ser, Vol. 550: 121–134.  PDF
  3. Pinsky, M.L., K.J. Kroeker, C.A. Logan, and D.J. Barshis.  In press.  Marine conservation and climate change. In: Encyclopedia of Biodiversity, Elsevier Inc.
  4. Hofmann, G.E., J.E. Smith, K.S. Johnson, U. Send, L.A. Levin, F. Micheli, A. Paytan, N.N. Price, B. Peterson, Y. Takeshita, P.G. Matson, E. Derse Crook, K.J. Kroeker, M.C. Gambi, E.B. Rivest, C.A. Frieder, P.C. Yu, and T.R. Martz. 2011. High-frequency dynamics in ocean pH: A multi-ecosystem comparison. PLoS ONE 6(12): e28983. PDF
  5. Kroeker, K.J., F. Micheli , M.C. Gambi, and T.R. Martz. 2011. Divergent ecosystem responses to ocean acidification, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.1107789. PDF
  6. Kroeker, K.J., R.L. Kordas, R.N. Crim and G.G. Singh. 2011. Response to Technical comment on "Meta-analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms." Ecology Letters 14: E1-E2. PDF
  7. Kroeker, K.J., R.L. Kordas, R.N. Crim, and G.G. Singh. 2010. Meta-analysis reveals negative yet variable effects of ocean acidification on marine organisms. Ecology Letters 13: 1419–1434. PDF
  8. Crain, C.M., K. Kroeker, and B.S. Halpern. 2008. Interactions and cumulative impacts of multiple stressors in marine ecosystems. Ecology Letters 11: 1304-1315. PDF
  9. Kroeker, K.J., C.M. Crain, and F. Micheli. Deconstructing climate change: Interactive effects between multiple climatic stressors in marine ecosystems. In revision.
  10. Kroeker, K.J., F. Micheli, and M.C. Gambi. Ocean acidification causes a reduction in ecological resilience. In prep.
  11. McLeod, E., K.R.N. Anthony, A.J. Andersson, R. Bedeen, J. Kleypas, K.L. Kroeker, D. Manzello, R. Salm, H. Schuttenberg, J.E. Smith. Can we manage for ocean acidification on coral reefs? Submitted: Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.