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Theme A – Organism responses to Ocean Acidification
1 Effects of Ocean Acidification on the Growth of juvenile Mytilus edulis
Mary Margaret Stoll
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2 Effects of ocean acidification on the photosynthetic performance, carbonic anhydrase activity and growth of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera
Pamela A. Fernandez
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3 Integrated impacts of temperature increase and ocean acidification on larval shell development in the American Lobster, Homerus americanus
Christine San Antonio
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4 Physiological response of a protected deep sea coral to ocean acidification
Di Tracey
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5 The effects of ocean acidification in gastropod shell development
Keisuke Shimizu
6 Will ocean acidification alter thermal windows of echinoderm fertilisation and early development?
Miles Lamare
7 Effect of lower pH on settlement and development of coral, Pocillopora damicornis (Linnaeus, 1758)
Suchana Chavanich
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8 Elevated CO2 demonstrates insignificant impacts on bacterial community structure in a subtropical coastal mesocosm experiment
Xin Lin
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9 Impact of ocean acidification benthic foraminifera -Ammonia beccarii A. tepida and A. dentata – in captive condition
Gunasekaran Kannan 
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10 Investigating the Multiplicative Effects of Climate Change on Southern Ocean Phytoplankton
Sarah Andrew
11 Krill (Euphausia pacifica) Development in the Laboratory is Impaired at Currently Observed pCO2 Levels
Anna McLaskey
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12 Living in the boundary layer of kelp blades: refuge from ocean acidification or training for harsh conditions?
Catriona Hurd
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13 Response of the photosynthetic rate of macrophytes to increased CO2 concentrations in a brackish-water ecosystem
Liina Pajusalu
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14 Studies of Ocean Acidification impacts on Antarctic krill at the Australian Antarctic Division
So Kawaguchi
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15 The Effects of Natural CO2 Variability on Behavioural Sensitivity of Coral Reef Fish to Ocean Acidification
Michael Jarrold
16 The impact of angel’s wing on pteropod population in the Gulf of Naples (Western Mediterranean)
Sergio d’Albero
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17 Two-current choice flumes for fish chemosensory behaviour – method validation and limited effects of high pCO2
Josefin Sundin
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18 Vulnerability of Pteropod Shell In The Arctic Ocean: A Result of Culture Experiment Under Natural Seawater
Katsunori Kimoto
19 Acclimation to environmental change: a long term record of a New Zealand brachiopod
Emma Cross
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20 Interactive effects of acidification and hypoxia and adaptive potential in red abalone (Haliotis rufescens)
Sara Boles
21 Potential for Adaptation of New Zealand Greenshell Mussels to a Higher CO2 World: Milestone 5.1 of CARIM (Coastal Acidification: Rate, Impacts & Management): An Integrated New Zealand Project
Zoe Hilton
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22 The Effects of Ocean Acidification on Growth, Photosynthesis, and Domoic Acid Production by the Toxigenic Diatom Pseudo-nitzschia australis
Charles Wingert
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23 Sea cucumbers buffer seawater chemistry: prospects for a changing ocean
Kennedy Wolfe
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24 Emiliania huxleyi calcite mass variability during periods of atmospheric CO2 rising in the Mediterranean Sea
Patrizia Ziveri
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25 Elevated CO2 induces different molecular responses from selectively bred and wild Sydney rock oysters (Saccostrea glomerata)
Emma Thompson
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26 Contrasting Effects of Ocean Acidification on Reproduction in Reef Fishes
Megan Welch
27 Subcellular basis of climate change resilience in oysters
Priscila Goncalves
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28 Effects of ocean acidification and warming on early benthic juveniles of Crown of Thorns Starfish, Acanthaster planci indicate enhanced development at near future acidification
Pamela Kamya
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29 Effects of Ocean Acidification on Fish Eggs and Larvae in Naturally High-pCO2 Upwelling Systems
Sara Shen
30 Lipid Use in the Lecithotrophic Larvae of Laternula elliptica Under pH and Temperature Stress
Vonda Cummings
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31 Ocean acidification changes the male fitness landscape
Anna Campbell
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32 Investigating the change of pH in the internal vesicle of coccolith formation as a potential mechanism of adaptation of coccolithophores in the face of acidification
Nina Delebecque
33 Lethal effects of increasing CO2 on dominant zooplankton in the Southern Ocean
Jake Wallis
34 Parent identity influences adaptation potential of larval Acanthaster planci to ocean acidification and warming
Kate Sparks
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36 The Relationship Between Behavioural and Physiological Tolerance to Elevated CO2 in Coral Reef Fish
Taryn Laubenstein
37 Toward improved modelling of CaCO3 dissolution in seawater
Jim Greenwood
38 Effects of elevated sea water pCO2 on two species of euphausiids: Meganyctiphanes norvegica and Nyctiphanes couchii. Effect on survival, moulting, growth and food uptake
Ann-Lisbeth Agnalt
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39 Adaptive capacity of the sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma to ocean change: responses from fertilisation to the juvenile
Maria Byrne
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40 The impact of high pCO2, both static and fluctuating, on whole-organism thermal tolerance
Robert Ellis
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41 Sea Urchins in a High-CO2 World: Partitioned Effects of Body Size, Ocean Warming and  Acidification on Metabolic Rate
Maria Byrne
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42 Impact of Ocean Acidification on Biochemical Components in Tropical Oyster, Crassostrea belcheri
Nithiyaa Nilamani
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Theme B – Ecological effects of Ocean Acidification
43 Effects of river streamflow on summer-winter dynamics of pH/pCO2 in a Patagonia highly stratified fjord
Maximiliano J. Vergara
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44 Epifaunal invertebrate community variation along a salinity-acidity gradient in a tropical estuary
Mohammad Hossain
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45 Geographic variability in ecophysiological traits of benthic calcifiers along natural temperature and pH gradients: the Chilean coast as a natural laboratory.
Nelson Lagos
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46 Diurnal and seasonal variations of pH in Oshoro Bay, Hokkaido, Japan
Shintaro Takao
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47 Life-long in situ exposure to ocean acidification reduces heterotrophy in the stony coral Galaxea fascicularis
Joy Smith
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48 New volcanic CO2 vents along the coast off the Ischia Island (Italy) provide a glimpse of the potential impacts of ocean acidification
Kristy Kroeker
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49 Effect of Ocean Acidification on the Nutritional Quality of Phytoplankton for Copepod Reproduction
Morgan Meyers
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50 Ocean Acidification Effects on Productivity in a Coastal Antarctic Marine Microbial Community
Stacy Deppeler
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51 Distribution of Pelagic Biogenic Carbonates in the Southern Ocean south of Australia: a Baseline for Ocean Acidification Impact Assessment
Thomas William Trull
52 Effect of elevated CO2 and nutrients on phytoplankton community structure during spring in the Western English Channel
Matthew Keys
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53 Landscape changes on Deception Island’s coast  after subglacial volcanic eruptions
Marcelo Muniz
54 Who is the master? Trade-off between competitive ability and resistance to elevated pCO2
Giannina Hattich
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Theme C – Changing carbonate chemistry of the Ocean
55 Decadal scale carbon dioxide increase and acidification in the Weddell Sea, Southern Ocean
Mario Hoppema
56 Modelling the role of sea ice biogeochemistry on polar oceans’ acidification
Sebastien Moreau
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57 Strong-short-term effects of a volcanic eruption on the carbonate system of a highly stratified fjord in the Northern Chilean Patagonia
Maximiliano J. Vergara
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58 Li/Mg and Boron Isotopes in Antarctic Corals as Temperature and pH Proxies of Southern Ocean Water Masses
Paolo Montagna
59 Anthropogenic carbon distribution and ocean acidification state in the Patagonian shelf break region
Iole Orselli
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60 Biogeochemical changes in the Southern Ocean, South of Tasmania
Paula Conde Pardo, Bronte Tilbrook
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61 CO2 net fluxes along south and southeast Brazilian continental shelf and slope
Iole Orselli, Rodrigo Kerr
62 Calcium Carbonate Saturation States and pH in Orphan Knoll Region; a Seamount Where the North Atlantic Subpolar and Subtropical Gyres Meet
Kumiko Azetsu-Scott
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63 Spatial variability of CO2 fluxes in the Gerlache Strait, Antarctica, during austral summer 2015
Rodrigo Kerr, Iole Orselli
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64 Carbonate system parameters monitoring in coastal waters of Chile.
Rodrigo Torres
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65 Spatial variation of total alkalinity and total dissolved inorganic carbon along the Brazilian continental shelf-break and slope: preliminary results
Iole Orselli
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66 Modeling Effects of Bicarbonate Release on Carbonate Chemistry of the North Sea
Julia Kirchner
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67 Quantifying the Carbonate Chemistry and pH Fluctuations of Otago Harbour, New Zealand
Katie Nelson
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68 The state of ocean acidification in a Newfoundland fjord
Melissa Wartman
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69 Winter-to-spring evolution of Arctic Ocean acidification state in under-ice water and effect of sea-ice dynamics during N-ICE 2015 ice drift project
Agneta Fransson
70 Monitoring Carbonate Chemistry of Algal Ridges at One Tree Island Reef using Spectrophotometric System.
Vikashni Nand
71 The Role of Planktonic Foraminifers as Driver of Carbonate Export in the Scotia Sea (Southern Ocean)
Meltem Ok
72 Surface total alkalinity, salinity and temperature: a study case in the South-western Atlantic Ocean
Leticia Cotrim Da Cunha
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73 Constraining net calcification/dissolution in the open ocean using high precision ID measurement of dissolved Ca/Mg ratios in seawater
Ellen Cliff
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74 Decadal Trends of Underway pCO2 Observed from VOS ships in the Tropical Pacific
Catherine Cosca
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 Bridging the OA Data Management Workflow Gap
Eugene F. Burger
Theme D- Advances in Ocean Acidification research and monitoring
75 A low-cost spectrophotometric system for automated and high-frequency measurements of seawater pH
Hugh Doyle
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76 Bridging the OA Data Management Workflow Gap
Eugene F. Burger
77 The Friends of GOA-ON Build OA Reporting Capacity in Underserved Areas
Mark Spalding
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78 Data Management for an in situ Ocean Acidification Experiment
Kent Headley
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79 Between control and complexity: The potential for experimental ocean science in the Biosphere2 mesocosm
Julia Cole
Theme E- Ocean Acidification and society – from mitigation to food security
81 “With these actions you can improve the world”: Empowering students with innovative learning resources for climate change and OA education
Sam Dupont
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82 Perspective Sanitary Control for Seafood Safety under Predicted Changes in Climate with Special Focus on Korea
Dong-Suck Chang
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83 Perception of small-scale fishers on ocean acidification impacts: A case study of small-scale fisheries communities at Ko Chang, Thailand
Thamasak Yeemin
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84 CARIM (Coastal Acidification: Rate, Impacts & Management): An integrated New Zealand project
Cliff S. Law
85 The Future of an Ecosystem Engineer: Effects of Ocean Acidification and Rising Temperatures in Crassostrea gigas Juveniles
Rui Rosa
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86 Building capacities and bridging gaps on Ocean Acidification research for equatorial developing countries: Ecuadorian experience
Francisco Navarrete-Mier, Patricia Castillo-Briceno
87 An Early Stage of Biological Impact Investigation in Marine Organisms of Thailand due to Reducing pH in Seawater using Radiotracer Techniques
Yutthana Tumnoi
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Theme F – Ocean Acidification and the increasingly crowded ocean – global change multistressors
89 Climate Change-Driven Multistressor Impacts on a Shelf Ecosystem: The Gulf of Maine
Cynthia Pilskaln
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90 Combined effect of elevated pCO2 and temperature on an estuarine planktonic community and dimethylsulfide production: a mesocosm study
Robin Bénard
91 Combined effects of ocean acidification and metals on sea urchin and oyster larval development
Narimane Dorey
92 Ocean Acidification and Increased Temperature have both Positive and Negative Effects on Early Ontogeny Traits of a Rocky Shore Keystone Predator Species
Patricio H Manríquez
93 Seagrass fitness under ocean warming and acidification
Tiago Repolho
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94 Effects of ocean warming and acidification on the growth of juveniles of two Antarctic Heart Urchins, Abatus ingens and A. shackletoni
Jessica Ericson
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95 Growth response of calcifying and non-calcifying phytoplankton to changes in seawater carbonate speciation and divalent cation concentration
Marina Tonetti Botana
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96 Higher sensitivity to ocean warming and acidification in boreal than temperate great scallop, Pecten maximus
Gisela Lannig
97 Intraspecific variability in the response of coral to increasing temperature and ocean acidification
Emily Shaw
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98 Long Term Adaptation by New Zealand Phytoplankton to Climate Change
Evelyn Armstrong
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99 Multiple climate stressors produce complex trade-offs between metabolic costs and growth in subtidal tropical and temperate gastropods.
Charlee Corra
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100 Bacterial response to ocean acidification and warming varies with plankton community composition
Cliff S. Law
101 Methylmercury and climate change: effects on behaviour of Solea senegalensis.
Rui Rosa
102 The survival of pteropod larvae (Limacina helicina antarctica) in a changing world
Jessie Gardner
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103 Biofouling in high-CO2  coastal oceans: importance of multiple stressors interactions
Vengatesen Thiyagarajan
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104 Ecological effect of multiple stressors on a tropical coral reef
Kalyan De
105 Behaviour of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua) is more resilient to ocean warming and acidification than that of Polar cod (Boreogadus saida)
Christian Bock
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106 The physiology of Polar cod (Boreogadus saida) in a changing world: Impacts of ocean acidification and warming
Felix Mark
107 Giant Clams in a Changing Ocean: Effects of Ocean Warming and Acidification on a Solar-powered Bivalve
Ana Rita Lopes
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108 Quantitative analysis of oyster larval proteome provides new insights into the effects of multiple climate change stressors
Ginger Wai Kuen Ko
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109 Marine Bioaccumulation experiment Activities in Indonesia
Heny Suseno
110 Experimental evidence of negative effect of low pH in growth and calcification of Argopecten purpuratus (Lamarck, 1819)
Michelle Graco