Scientific outputs

Listed below are scientific outputs produced by the Benthic Acidification Consortium's scientists:


Papers


Burdett HL, Aloisio E, Calosi P, Findlay HS, Widdicombe S, Hatton A, Kamenos NA (2012) The effect of chronic and acute low pH on the intracellular DMSP production and epithelial cell morphology of red coralline algae. Marine Biology Research, 8, 756-763. 10.1080/17451000.2012.676189

Calosi P, Turner LM, Hawkins M, Bertolini C, Nightingale G, Truebano M, Spicer JI  (2013) Multiple physiological responses to multiple environmental challenges: An individual approach. Integrative and Comparative Biology special issue on Physiological Responses to Simultaneous Shifts in Multiple Environmental Stressors: Relevance in a Changing World. 53(4):660-70. 10.1093/icb/ict041

Calosi P, Rastrick SPS, Lombardi C, Deguzman H, Davidson L, Marlene J, Giangrande A, Hardege JD, Shulze A, Spicer JI, Gambi MC (2013) Metabolic adaptation and acclimatisation to ocean acidification in marine ectotherms: an in situ transplant experiment at a shallow CO2 vent system. Philosophical Transections of the Royal Society B special issue on Ocean acidification and climate change: advances in ecology and evolution. 368, 1627, 20120444. 10.1098/rstb.2012.0444

Calosi P, Rastrick SPS, Graziano M, Thomas SC, Baggini C, Carter HA, Hall-Spencer JM, Milazzo M, Spicer JI (2013) Distribution of sea urchins living near shallow water CO2 vents is dependent upon species acid-base and ion-regulatory abilities. Marine Pollution Bulletin special issue on CCS and CO2 Vents. 73, 470-484. 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.11.040

Godbold JA, Calosi P (2013) Ocean acidification and climate change: Advances in ecology and evolution. Philosophical Transections of the Royal Society B special issue on Ocean acidification and climate change: advances in ecology and evolution, 368, 1627, 20120448.

Jarrold MD, Calosi P, Verberk WCEP, Rastrick SPS, Atfield A, Spicer JI (2013) Ocean acidification alters the photo-physiology but preserves the metabolic relationship of the zooxanthellae-anemone symbiosis. Journal of Experimental Biology and Ecology. In Press.

Kamenos NA, Burdett HL, Aloisio E, Findlay HS, Martin S, Longbone C, Dunn J, Widdicombe S, Calosi P (2013) Calcifying algae respond differently to the rate and magnitude of ocean acidification. Global Change Biology online. 10.1111/gcb.12351

Laverock B, Kitidis V, Tait K, Gilbert JA, Osborn AM, Widdicombe S (2013) Bioturbation determines the response of benthic ammonia-oxidizing microorganisms to ocean acidification. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 2013 368 20120441. 10.1098/rstb.2012.0441

Melatunan S, Calosi P, Rundle SD, Widdicombe S, Moody AJ (2013) Marine gastropod shell plastic responses to the combined effects of ocean acidification and elevated temperature. Marine Ecology Progress Series 472, 155–168. 10.3354/meps10046

Russell BD, Connell SD, Findlay HS, Tait K, Widdicombe S, Mieszkowska N (2013) Ocean acidification and rising temperatures may increase biofilm primary productivity but decrease grazer consumption. Phil. Trans. R. Soc. B. 2013 368 20120438. 10.1098/rstb.2012.0438

Sunday JM, Calosi P, Dupont S, Munday PL, Stillman JH, Reusch T (2013 ) Evolution in an acidifying ocean. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 1771. 10.1016/j.tree.2013.11.001

Wicks LC, Roberts JM (2012) Benthic invertebrates in a high CO2 world. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, 50, 127-188.

Whiteley NM (2011) Physiological and ecological responses of crustaceans to ocean acidification. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 430, 257-271. 10.3354/meps09185


Books & chapters


Marine biodiversity: Past development, present status, and future threats (S Widdicombe & P Somerfield)
Marine Biodiversity Futures and Ecosystem Functioning: frameworks, methodologies and integration (Paterson DM, Aspen RL, & Solan M / University Oxford Press)

Large Marine Ecosystems at Risk from Acidification during Climate Change (JRD Oliver, S Widdicombe & D Laffoley / NOAA, IUCN)


Reports


Final report of the expert meeting to develop a series of joint expert review processes to monitor and assess the impacts of ocean acidification on marine and coastal biodiversity
Dr Steve Widdicombe co-chaired the expert meeting on OA for the Convention on Biological Diversity

ICES status report on climate change in the North Atlantic
Contribution by Dr Silvana Birchenough (see from p.123)

Deep-sea impacts of ocean acidification and warming (5th Assessment Report Chapter 6 ‘Ocean Systems’) by Dr Murray Roberts to the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) 5th Assessment Report Chapter 6 ‘Ocean Systems’

Status report on Climate change in the North Atlantic, Benthos chapter
Nova Mieszkowska

Status report on Climate change in the North Atlantic, Invasive species chapter
Nova Mieszkowska

UK National Ecosystem Assessment 2011
co-author Nova Mieszkowska

Natural England National Intertidal Monitoring Report 2011
Nova Mieszkowska

Natural England Northeast Regional / Scottish Natural Heritage Intertidal Monitoring Report 2010
Nova Mieszkowska

Countryside Council for Wales National Intertidal Monitoring Report 2010
Nova Mieszkowska

Milford Haven Waterway Environmental Surveillange Group (NGO) Re-establishment of intertidal monitoring report
Nova Mieszkowska

Countryside Council for Wales National Intertidal Monitoring Report 2011
Nova Mieszkowska


Presentations


Wenner-Gren Foundations Meeting (Sweden)
May 2013
Evolution and plasticity of marine organisms in a changing world
Piero Calosi

International Conference on Arctic Ocean Acidification (Norway)
May 2013
Combined effects of ocean acidification, ocean warming and oil spill on the development, feeding and metabolism of the northern shrimp (Pandalus borealis) larvae
Arnberg M, Calosi P, Spicer JI, Taban IC, Westerlund S, Bechmann RK

Bangor University (UK)
February 2013
Comparative and evolutionary physiology of marine ectotherms in a high CO2 world
Piero Calosi

II Macrophysiology Workshop (UK)
January 2013
Event organiser
Piero Calosi and Jonathon Stillman

SICB Annual Meeting Symposium: Physiological responses to simultaneous shifts in multiple environmental stressors - relevance in a changing world (USA)
January 2013
Integrating an individual approach to investigate the effect of exposure to multiple environmental challenges on multiple physiological responses
Calosi P, Turner Ml, Hawkins M, Nightingale G, Bertolini C, Truebano M, Ford A, Spicer J

CeMEB International Advanced Course (Sweden)
November 2012
Marine evolution under climate change
Piero Calosi, Jenn Sunday & Sam Dupont

4th Norwegian Environmental Toxicology Symposium – Emerging challenges and threats in the Arctic (Norway)
October 2012
Combined effects of ocean acidification, ocean warming and oil related discharges
Bechmann RK, Arnberg M, Taban IC, Westerlund S, Baussant T, Dupont S, Spicer JI, Calosi P

4th International Rhodolith Workshop (Spain)
September 2012
Buffering of skeletal calcium carbonate changes by red coralline algae in response to ocean acidification
Nick Kamenos, Jonathan Dunn, Piero Calosi, Helen Findlay, Steve Widdicombe, Elena Aloisio, & Heidi Burdett

Ocean Acidification and Marine Ecosystems - Enhancing Research Collaboration to Unlock a Global Problem (USA)
September 2012
Participant and Chair
Piero Calosi

3rd International Symposium on the Ocean in a High CO2 World (USA)
September 2012
Synergistic impacts of climate change drivers on the developmental ecophysiology, growth and survival of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus
Small D, Calosi P, Spicer JI, Boothroyd D, Widdicombe S

3rd International Symposium on the Ocean in a High CO2 World (USA)
September 2012
Buffering of skeletal calcium carbonate changes by red coralline algae in response to ocean acidification
Nick Kamenos, Jonathan Dunn, Piero Calosi, Helen Findlay, Steve Widdicombe, Elena Aloisio, Heidi Burdett

3rd International Symposium on the Ocean in a High CO2 World (USA)
September 2012
The effect of low and low-spiked pH on the intracellular DMSP production and epithelial cell morphology of red coralline algae
Heidi Burdett, Elena Aloisio, Piero Calosi, Steve Widdicombe, Helen Findlay, Anglela Hatton & Nick Kamenos

3rd International Symposium on the Ocean in a High CO2 World (USA)
September 2012
Synergistic effects of temperature and pCO2 on photosynthesis, respiration and calcification in the free-living coralline alga Lithothamnion glaciale
Penelope Donohue, Sebastian Hennige, Murray Roberts, Maggie Cusack & Nick Kamenos

3rd International Symposium on the Ocean in a High CO2 World (USA)
September 2012
Using an evolutionary approach to investigate the responses of marine organisms to elevated temperature and CO2
Piero Calosi, Melatunan Sedercor, Simon Rundle & Steve Widdicombe

3rd International Symposium on the Ocean in a High CO2 World (USA)
September 2012
Determining the resilience of ecologically-important intertidal invertebrates to elevated CO2 and temperature: Phisiological response and energetic trade-offs
Samuel Rastrick, Piero Calosi, Helen Findlay, Helen Graham, Jasmin Godbold, Chris Hauton, Ana Queiros, Martin Solan, John Spice, Nia Whiteley & Steve Widdicombe

2nd UKOA Benthic Consortium Annual Meeting (UK)
July 2012
Coralline algae show variable responses to ocean acidification and warming
Nick Kamenos, Elena Aloisio, Heidi Burdett, Piero Calosi, Maggie Cusack, Penelope Donohue, Jonathan Dunn, Helen Findlay, Angela Hatton, Natalie Hicks, Murray Roberts, Henrik Stahl & Steve Widdicombe

2nd UKOA Benthic Consortium Annual Meeting (UK)
July 2012
Relative impacts of temperature and pH on survival, growth and reproduction of the predatory Boreal gastropod Nucella lapillus and grazing Lusitanian gastropod Osilinus lineatus
Nova Mieszkowska & Mike Burrows

Symposium on Physiology of Environmental Grandients - Society of Experimental Biology Annual Meeting (Austria)
June 2012
The macrophysiology of marine organisms in a changing ocean: latitudinal variation in the vulnerability to elevated temperature and CO2 in the periwinkle Littorina littorea
Piero Calosi, Melatunan Sedercor, Widdicombe & Simon Rundle

2nd International Symposium ‘Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans' (Korea)
May 2012
Synergistic impacts of climate change drivers on the developmental ecophysiology, growth and survival of the European lobster, Homarus gammarus
Daniel Small, Piero Calosi, John Spicer, Dominic Boothroyd & Steve Widdicombe

2nd International Symposium ‘Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans' (Korea)
May 2012
Using an evolutionary approach to investigate the responses of marine organisms to elevated temperature and CO2
Piero Calosi, Melatunan Sedercor, Simon Rundle & Steve Widdicombe

University of Sheffield, Seminar (UK)
May 2012
The effects of ocean acidification and temperature on the physiology and burrowing behaviour of two infaunal invertebrates
Jasmin Godbold

6th World Fisheries Congress (UK)
May 2012
Ocean acidification An uncertain future for benthic invertebrates?
Murray Roberts

UKOA Annual Science Meeting (UK)
April 2012
Population and reproduction mesocosm studies of Nucella lapillus and Osilinus lineatus
Nova Mieszkowska & Mike Burrows

UKOA Annual Science Meeting (UK)
April 2012
The effects of ocean acidification and tmperature on the physiology and burrowing behaviour of two infaunal invertebrate
Jasmin Godbold, Sam Rastrick, Piero Carlosi & Martin Solan

UKOA Annual Science Meeting (UK)
April 2012
Physiological adaptation of marine invertebrates to high CO2/low pH and hypoxia - paradigms and pitfalls
Piero Calosi, Marie Hawkins, Lucy Turner, Manuela Truebano & John Spicer

UKOA Annual Science Meeting (UK)
April 2012
Long-term physiological responses to elevated CO2 and temperature in the sea urchin Paracentrotus lividus
Sam Rastrick, Piero Calosi, Helen Findlay, Helen Graham, Chris Hauton, Niki Lacey, Ana Queiros, John Spicer, Nia Whiteley & Steve Widdicombe

Oceans of Change (Mallorca)
April 2012
Acclimation of the cold water coral Lophelia pertusa to predicted rises in atmospheric CO2 and sea temperatures
Sebastian Hennige, Laura Wicks, Nick Kamenos & Murray Roberts

EPOCA final meeting (France)
April 2012
Effects of ocean acidification and temperature on cold-water calcifiers
Sebastian Hennige, Laura Wicks, Nick Kamenos & Murray Roberts

5th International Symposium on Deep Sea Corals (Netherlands)
April 2012
Responses of Lophelia pertusa to ocean acidification
Sebastian Hennige, Laura Wicks, Nick Kamenos & Murray Roberts

5th International Symposium on Deep Sea Corals (Netherlands)
April 2012
Trans-Atlantic perspectives on the history of Lophelia cold-water coral development
Murray Roberts

5th International Symposium on Deep Sea Corals (Netherlands)
April 2012
Ecohydrodynamics of Mingulay Reef complex
Juan Moreno Navas & Murray Roberts

University of Exeter, Seminar (UK)
March 2012
Current ocean acidification research and the UKOA programme
Steve Widdicombe

Ocean Sciences 2012 (USA)
February 2012
Acclimation of the cold water coral Lophelia pertusa to predicted rises in atmospheric CO2 and sea temperatures
Sebastian Hennige; Laura Wicks, Nick Kamenos & Murray Roberts

Ocean Sciences 2012 (USA)
February 2012
Application of proteomics to assess the synergistic effects of elevated temperature and ocean acidification on temperate marine calcifying organisms
Pennie Donohue, Henrik Stahl, Murray Roberts, Maggie Cusack & Nick Kamenos

American Society of Limnology and Oceanography (USA)
February 2012
Acclimation of the cold water coral Lophelia pertusa to predicted rises in atmospheric CO2 and sea temperatures
Sebastian Hennige, Laura Wicks, Nick Kamenos & Murray Roberts

Agence des aires marines proteges (France)
November 2011
Le changement climatique sur la biodiversité marine côtière: tendances, prévisions et conséquences pur la gestion
Nova Mieszkowska

Marine Biological Association Postgraduate Conference (UK)
November 2011
Molecular analysis of biomineralisation in the coralline alga Lithothamnion glaciale under elevated levels of CO2
Pennie Donohue, Heidi Burdett, Elena Aloisio, Piero Calosi, Steve Widdicombe, Helen Findlay, Angela Hatton, Maggie Cusack & Nick Kamenos

6th Port-Cros Symposium “Ocean acidification and Biodiversity (France)
October 2011
Biological responses to acidification
Steve Widdicombe

University Austral of Chile, Seminar (Chile)
October 2011
Current ocean acidification research in Plymouth and the UK Ocean Acidification programme
Steve Widdicombe

4th International Rhodolith Workshop (Spain)
September 2011
Application of proteomics to assess the synergistic effects of elevated temperature and ocean acidification on temperate marine calcifying organisms
Penelope Donohue, Henrik Stahl, Murray Roberts, Maggie Cusack and Nick Kamenos

4th International Rhodolith Workshop (Spain)
September 2011
The effect of low and low-spiked pH on the intracellular DMSP production and epithelial cell morphology of red coralline algae
Heidi Burdett, Elena Aloisio, Peiro Calosi, Steve Widdicombe, Helen Findlay, Angela Hatton & Nick Kamenos

Workshop Climate and Ectotherms (Germany)
September 2011
Surviving climate change: role of physiological studies on adult crustaceans
Nia Whiteley

World Conference on Marine Biodiversity (UK)
September 2011
The effects of ocean acidification and temperature on invertebrate behaviour, activity and function
Jasmin Godbold & Martin Solan

World Conference on Marine Biodiversity (UK)
September 2011
Application of proteomics to assess the synergistic effects of elevated temperature and ocean acidification on temperate marine calcifying organisms
Pennie Donohue, Henrik Stahl, Murray Roberts, Maggie Cusack & Nick Kamenos

Marine Alliance for Science and Technology, 2nd Annual Science Meeting (UK)
August 2011
Low pH induces a new pathway for the release of DMSP from coralline algae
Heidi Burdett, Nick Kamenos, Elena Aloisio, Piero Calosi, Helen Findlay, Steve Widdicombe & Angela Hatton

3rd Nereis Park Conference (Sweden)
August 2011
Will bioturbating animals be affected by Ocean Acidification?
Steve Widdicombe

3rd Nereis Park Conference (Sweden)
August 2011
Ocean acidification: impacts on microbial nitrogen cycling in marine sediment burrows
Bonnie Laverock

University of Portsmouth Environment Network (UK)
August 2011
Climate change and the Solent
Nova Mieszkowska

World Oceans Day (UK)
August 2011
Impacts of climate change on coastal creatures; Plymouth, the UK and beyond...
Nova Mieszkowska and Mike Burrows

UKOA Annual Meeting (UK)
July 2011
MBA mesocosm system and ecosystem modelling
Nova Mieszkowska & Mike Burrows

Marinexus (France)
June 2011
‘MarClim’ surveys: Brittany autumn 2010, England spring 2010 and 2011
Nova Mieszkowska

Marinexus (France)
June 2011
Demography and ecological impact of major non-native species (Sargassum, Crassostrea)
Nova Mieszkowska

Investigating Variability in Polar Climates: Past, Present and Future (UK)
April 2011
High pCO2 induces a new pathway for the release of DMSP from coralline algae
Heidi Burdett, Nick Kamenos, Elena Aloisio, Piero Calosi, Helen Findlay, Steve Widdicombe & Angela Hatton

Seminar (UK)
March 2011
The effects of ocean acidification and temperature on invertebrate behaviour, activity and function
Jasmin Godbold

Aquatic Sciences 2011 (Puerto Rico)
February 2011
High pCO2 induces a new pathway for the release of DMSP from coralline algae
Heidi Burdett, Nick Kamenos, Elena Aloisio, Piero Calosi, Helen Findlay, Steve Widdicombe

Microbial Molecular Ecology Group Meeting (UK)
December 2010
Impacts of ocean acidification on the functional ecology of marine nitrogen cyclers
Bonnie Laverock, Vassilis Kitidis, Cindy Smith, Jack Gilbert, Karen Tait, Mark Osborn & Steve Widdicombe

5th International Symposium on Biological and Environmental Chemistry of DMSP and Related Compounds (India)
October 2010
Coming Apart at the Seams – Ocean acidification, coralline algae and leaking DMSP
Heidi Burdett, Elena Aloisio, Piero Calosi, Steve Widdicombe, Helen Findlay, Angela Hatton & Nick Kamenos

James Cook University, Seminar (Australia)
October 2010
The value of time-series data to track climate-driven changes to intertidal systems & provide policy-relevant evidence & advice
Nova Mieszkowska

Murdoch University, Seminar (Australia)
October 2010
Climate-driven changes in temperate intertidal systems
Nova Mieszkowska

National Oceanography Centre, Seminar Series (UK)
October 2010
Adaptive management options in marine systems: scientific forays into the policy arenas of Australia and the UK
Nova Mieszkowska

Enzymology and Ecology of the Nitrogen Cycle (UK)
September 2010
Impacts of ocean acidification on the functional ecology of marine nitrogen cyclers
Bonnie Laverock, Vassilis Kitidis, Cindy Smith, Jack Gilbert, Karen Tait, Mark Osborn & Steve Widdicombe

EPOCA, BIOACID and UKOA Joint Annual Meeting (Germany)
September 2010
Can ocean acidification affect population dynamics of the barnacle Semibalanus balanoides at its southern range edge?
Helen Findlay, Mike Burrows, Mike Kendall, John Spicer & Steve Widdicombe

EPOCA, BIOACID and UKOA Joint Annual Meeting (Germany)
September 2010
Can predicted levels of future ocean acidification and temperature rise alter community structure and biodiversity in marine benthic communities? Evidence from previous experiments and plans for future research?
Steve Widdicombe, Rachel Hale, Louise McNeill, Nova Mieszkowska & Piero Calosi

2010 APS Intersociety Meeting: Global Change and Global Science: Comparative Physiology in a Changing World (USA)
August 2010
What can the study of physiological response tell us about the future of marine biodiversity and ecosystem function in a high CO2 world?
Steve Widdicombe & John Spicer

13th International Symposium for Microbial Ecology (USA)
August 2010
Ocean acidification: impacts on microbial nitrogen cycling in marine sediment burrows
Bonnie Laverock, Vassilis Kitidis, Cindy Smith, Jack Gilbert, Karen Tait, Mark Osborn & Steve Widdicombe

International Polar Year 2010 Science Conference (Norway)
June 2010
The relative influence of temperature and ocean acidification on early life stages of Arctic marine invertebrates
Helen Findlay, Mike Kendall, John Spicer & Steve Widdicombe

Griffith University (Australia)Griffith University (Australia)
March 2010
UK climate change research: impacts on marine systems and provision of scientific information to policymakers
Nova Mieszkowska

University of Liverpool (UK)
February 2010
Using population dynamics to unravel species responses to environmental drivers
Nova Mieszkowska

University of Plymouth (UK)
February 2010
Biodiversity, macroscale studies and Global Climate Change: the ecologists’ and physiologists’ prospectives in modern time
Nova Mieszkowska

Macquarie University (Australia)
January 2010
The value of time-series data to track climate-driven changes to intertidal systems & provide policy-relevant evidence & advice
Nova Mieszkowska


Posters


CICTA Congress (Spain)
July 2013
What are the consequences of adaptation to elevated pCO2 in the polychaete Ophryotrocha labronica?
Adela Rodríguez- Romero, Michael Jarrold, Gloria Massamba-N’siala, John Spicer, Piero Calosi

16th International Bryozoology Association Conference (Italy)
June 2013
Growth and morphometric responses of the bryozoan Cryptosula pallasiana (Moll, 1803) under ocean acidification conditions: preliminary results from a laboratory experiment
Lombardi C, Cocito S, Calosi P, Bertolini C, Cisterna B, Wood C, Bishop JD, Taylor PD

SICB Annual Meeting(USA)
January 2013
Genetic diversity of the sabellid polychaete Amphiglena mediterranea Leydig from shallow carbon dioxide vents and non-acidified control areas in the Mediterranean Sea
Guzman HJ, Gambi MC, Calosi P, Giangrande A, Schulze A

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