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Publications in Earth sciences

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Publication Audience Format Latest Issue Articles
Atlantic Geology Academic Magazine/Journal Jan 1, 2014
Australian Journal of Soil Research Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2010
Earth Sciences Research Journal Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2012
Estonian Journal of Earth Sciences Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2014
Estonian Journal of Ecology Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2014
Geoscience Canada Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2011
Monthly Climatic Data for the World Trade Magazine/Journal Jul 1, 2014
Oceanus Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 22, 2013
  • Can squid abide ocean's lower pH? Experiments hint at harm to critical balance organs.
  • The socioeconomic costs of ocean acidification: seawater's falling pH may have dire impacts on food supplies, livelihoods, and societies.
  • A quest for resilient reefs: corals are threatened by the ocean's changing chemistry.
  • Sassy scallops: how will shellfish fare as ocean conditions shift?
  • Wind on the water: will an offshore wind farm affect the undersea sounbscape?
  • Caller IDs for marine mammals: crowd-sourcing helps sort whale, dolphin vocalizations.
  • Tangles up in fishing gear: the tale of a whale named EG3911.
  • The return of the seals: growing herds raise questions on sharks, fish, and poop.
  • Call of the whales: underwater robots provide roving ears in the sea.
  • Bloom: a biologist distills Science into poetry.
  • A day in the life of a phytoplankter: a conversation with WHOI biologist Sam Laney.
  • What causes the Alantic to bloom? Scientists find surprising trigger for spring plant growth. (Phytoplankton).
  • Dropping a laboratory into the sea: revolutionary sensor detects toxic marine organisms.
  • Swimming with sharks: an underwater robot learns how to track great whites.
  • An ocean that's no longer wild: tagging project aims to help conserve sharks and rays.
  • Tipping the scales for tips on fisheries: a vault of fish samples yields clues to ocean ecosystem changes.
  • Lush life, deep down: thriving biodiversity discovered under the seafloor.
  • The most inhospitable places on earth: in a hypersaline realm, with no light or oxygen, under crushing pressure, life still finds a way.
  • An ocean instrument comes of age: meet SID (submersible incubation device).
  • Microscopic helpers: symbiosis is key for life in the deep sea.
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    Oil Shale Academic Magazine/Journal Sep 1, 2014
    Pacific Ecologist Academic Magazine/Journal Jun 22, 2013
    Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences: Biology/Ecology Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2007
    Proceedings of the Estonian Academy of Sciences: Geology Academic Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2006
    ROM Magazine Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 22, 2012
    Soil Research Academic Magazine/Journal Oct 1, 2014
    Storm Data Trade Magazine/Journal Dec 1, 2008

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