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Anderson, A. J., and F.T. Mackenzie. 2004. Shallow-water oceans: a source or sink of atmospheric CO2? Front Ecol Environ 2(7):348-353.

Anderson, A.J., F.T. Mackenzie, and A. Lerman: Coastal Ocean and Carbonate Ecosystems in the High CO2 World of the Anthropocene

Balch, W. M., Howard Gordon, B. C. Bowler, D. T. Drapeau, E. S. Booth.  2005.  Calcium carbonate measurements in the surface global ocean based on MODIS Data.  Accepted.   J. Geophys. Res.-Oceans.

Balch, W. M., D. Drapeau, B. Bowler, E. Booth, J. Goes,  A. Ashe, and J. Frye. 2004. A multi-year record of optical properties in the Gulf of Maine: I.  Spatial and temporal variability.  Progr. Oceanogr. 63: 57-98.

Balch, W. M.  Re-evaluating the physiological ecology of coccolithophores. 2004.  Chapter for: COCCOLITHOPHORES - FROM MOLECULAR PROCESSES TO GLOBAL IMPACT.  Editors: Hans R. Thierstein and Jeremy R. Young.  Springer-Verlag  pp. 165-190.

Berkelmans, R., J.C. Hendee , P.A. Marshall, P.V. Ridd, A.R. Orpin, and D. Irvine. 2002. Automatic weather stations: Tools for managing and monitoring potential impacts to coral reefs. Marine Technology Society Journal, 36(1):29-38.

Bijma, J., B. Hönisch, R.E. Zeebe. 2002: Impact of the ocean carbonate chemistry on living foraminiferal shell weight: "Comment on carbonate ion concentration in glacial-age deep waters of the Caribbean Sea“ by W.S. Broecker and E. Clark. Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems, Vol 3, N. 11.

Chung, S.-N., K. Lee, R.A. Feely, C.L. Sabine, F.J. Millero, R.M. Key, J.L. Bullister, and R. Wanninkhof. Calcium Carbonate Budget in the Atlantic Ocean Based on Water Column Inorganic Carbon Chemistry. (2002, submitted to Global Biogeochemical cycles).

Chung, S.-N., G.H. Park , K. Lee, R.M. Key, F.J. Millero, R.A. Feely, C.L. Sabine, and P.G. Falkowski: Post industrial enhancement of aragonite undersaturation in the upper tropical and subtropical Atlantic Ocean: The roe of fossil fuel CO2. (2003, submitted to Limnol. Oceanogr.)

Clausen, C.D., and A.A. Roth, Effect of temperature and temperature adaptation on calcification rate in the hermatypic coral Pocillopora damicornis, Mar. Biol., 33, 93-100, 1975.

Coles, S.L., and P.L. Jokiel, Effects of temperature on photosynthesis and respiration in hermatypic corals, Mar. Biol., 43, 209-216, 1977.

Coles, S.L., and P.L. Jokiel, Synergistic effects of temperature, salinity and light on the hermatypic coral Montipora verrucosa, Mar. Biol., 49, 187-195, 1978.

Delille B., Harlay J., Zondervan I., Jacquet S., Chou L., Wollast R., Bellerby R. G. J., Frankignoulle M., Borges A. V., Riebesell U. & Gattuso J.-P., in press. Response of primary production and calcification to changes of pCO2 during blooms of the coccolithophorid Emiliania huxleyi. Global Biogeochemical Cycles.

Engel A., Zondervan I., Aerts K., Beaufort L., Benthien A., Chou L., Delille B., Gattuso J.-P., Harlay J., Heemann C., Hoffmann L., Jacquet S., Nejstgaard J., Pizay M.-D., Rochelle-Newall E., Schneider U., Terbreuggen A. & Riebesell U., 2005. Testing the direct effect of CO2 concentration on a bloom the coccolithophorid Emiliania huxleyi in mesocosm experiements. Limn. Oceanogr. 50:493-507.

Feely, R.A., C.L. Sabine, K.Lee, F.J. Millero, M.F. Lamb, D. Greeley, J.L. Bullister, R.M. Key, T.-H. Peng, A. Kozyr, T. Ono, and C.S. Wong. 2002. In situ calcium carbonate dissolution in the Pacific Ocean. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, Vol. 16, No. 4, 1144.

Feely, R.A., C.L. Sabine, K. Lee, W. Berelson, J. Kleypas, V.J. Fabry, F. J. Millero. 22204. Impact of Antropogenic Co2 on the CaCo3 System in the Oceans. Science Vol 305. 2004.

Fitt, W.K., F.K. McFarland , M.E. Warner, G.C. Chilcoat.  2000.  Seasonal cycles of tissue biomass and zooxanthellae densities in Caribbean reef corals.  Limnol. Ocean 45: 677-685

Frankignoulle M., Canon C. & Gattuso J.-P., 1994. Marine calcification as a source of carbon dioxide- Positive feedback of increasing atmospheric CO2. Limn. Oceanogr. 39:458-462.

Gattuso J.-P., Allemand D. & Frankignoulle M., 1999. Photosynthesis and calcification at cellular, organismal and community levels in coral reefs: a review on interactions and control by carbonate chemistry. Am. Zool. 39:160-183.

Gattuso J.-P. & Buddemeier R. W., 2000. Ocean biogeochemistry: calcification and CO2. Nature 407:311-312.

Gattuso J.-P., Frankignoulle M., Bourge I., Romaine S. & Buddemeier R. W., 1998. Effect of calcium carbonate saturation of seawater on coral calcification. Global and Planetary Change 18:37-46.

Gattuso J.-P., Frankignoulle M. & Smith S. V., 1999. Measurement of community metabolism and significance of coral reefs in the CO2 source-sink debate. Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 96:13017-13022.

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Gattuso J.-P., Frankignoulle M. & Wollast R., 1998. Carbon and carbonate metabolism in coastal aquatic ecosystems. Ann. Rev. Ecol. Syst. 29:405-434.

Gattuso J.-P., Payri C. E., Pichon M., Delesalle B. & Frankignoulle M., 1997. Primary production, calcification, and air-sea CO2 fluxes of a macroalgal-dominated coral reef community (Moorea, French Polynesia). J. Phycol. 33:729-738.

Gattuso J.-P., Pichon M., Delesalle B. & Frankignoulle M., 1993. Community metabolism and air-sea CO2 fluxes in a coral reef ecosystem (Moorea, French Polynesia).  Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 96:259-267.

Gattuso J.-P., Pichon M. & Frankignoulle M., 1995. Biological control of air-sea CO2 fluxes: effect of photosynthetic and calcifying marine organisms and ecosystems. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 129:307-312.

Gattuso J.-P., Reynaud-Vaganay S., Furla P., Romaine-Lioud S., Jaubert J., Bourge I. & Frankignoulle M., 2000. Calcification does not stimulate photosynthesis in the zooxanthellate scleractinian coral Stylophora pistillata. Limnol. Oceanogr. 45:246-250.

Hallock, P., in press: Global change and modern coral reefs: New opportunities to understand shallow-water carbonate dspositional processes. Sed. Geol.

Hendee, J.C., Ed. The effects of combined sea temperature, light, and carbon dioxide on coral bleaching, settlement and growth.  NOAA Special Report, March, 2004, 126 pp.

Hendee , J.C., and R. Berkelmans. 2003. Expert system generated coral bleaching alerts for Myrmidon and Agincourt reefs, Great Barrier Reef , Australia . Proc., 9th Int.l Coral Reef Symp., Bali, Indonesia , October 23-27, 2000. Indonesian Institute of Sciences, 1099-1104.

Hendee , J.C., E. Mueller, C. Humphrey, and T. Moore. A data-driven expert system for producing coral bleaching alerts at Sombrero Reef in the Florida Keys. Bull. Mar. Sci., 69(2):673-684 2001.

Hendee , J.C., G. Liu, A. Strong, J. Sapper, D. Sasko, and C. Dahgren. Near real-time validation of satellite sea surface temperature products at Rainbow Gardens Reef, Lee Stocking Island , Bahamas. Proc., 7th Int Conference on Remote Sensing for Marine and Coastal Environments, Miami, FL, May 20-22, 2002. Veridian Systems Division, CD-ROM, 9 pp. 2002

Hendee , J.C., E. Stabenau, L. Florit, D. Manzello and C. Jeffris.  Infrastructure and capabilities of a near real-time meteorological and ocenographic insitu instrumented array, and its role in marine environmental decision support.  In:  Remote sensing of aquatic coastal ecosystem processes; L.L. Richardson and E.F. LeDrew, Eds., in press.

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Kleypas, J.A., and C. Langdon. Coral reefs and seawater chemistry, chapter in AGU Monograph "Corals and Climate Change", (American Geophysical Union), editors:  J. Phinney, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, J. Kleypas, and W. Skirving.

Kuffner IB (2001) Effects of ultraviolet radiation and water motion on the reef coral Porites compressa Dana: a flume experiment. Mar. Biol. 138:467-476

Kuffner IB (2001) Effects of ultraviolet radiation on larval recruitment of the reef coral, Pocillopora damicornis. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 217:251-261

Kuffner IB (2002) Effects of ultraviolet radiation and water motion on the reef coral, Porites compressa Dana: a transplantation experiment.   J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecology 270:147-169  

Kuffner IB, Paul VJ (2004) Effects of the benthic cyanobacterium Lyngbya majuscula on larval recruitment of the reef corals Acropora surculosa and Pocillopora damicornis. Coral Reefs 23:455-458

Langdon, C., and M.J. Atkinson, Effect of elevated pCO2 on photosynthesis and calcification of corals and interactions with seasonal change in temperature/irradiance and nutrient enrichment, J. Geophysical Res., in press.

Langdon, C., W. Broecker, D. Hammond, E. Glenn, K. Fitzsimmons, S.G. Nelson, T.-H. Peng, I. Hajdas, and G. Bonani, Effect of elevated CO2 on the community metabolism of an experimental coral reef, Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 17 (1), 11-1 to 11-14, 2003.

Lea, D.W., J. Bijma, H.J. Spero, and D. Archer. 1999. Implications of a carbonate ion effect on shell carbon and oxygen isotopes for glacial ocean conditions. In: G. Fischer and G. Wefer (eds.)  Use of Proxies in Paleoceanography - Examples from the South Atlantic, pp.513-522, Springer-Verlag, Heidelberg.

Leclercq N., Gattuso J.-P. & Jaubert J., 2000. CO2 partial pressure controls the calcification rate of a coral community. Global Change Biology 6:329-334.

Leclercq N., Gattuso J.-P. & Jaubert J., 2002. Primary production, respiration, and calcification of a coral reef mesocosm under increased CO2 partial pressure. Limnol. Oceanogr. 47:558-564.

LaJeunesse, T.C., W.K.W. Loh, T. van Woesik, O. Hoegh-Guldberg, G.S. Schmidt, W.K. Fitt.  2003. Low symbiont diversity in southern Great Barrier Reef corals relative to those of the Caribbean .  Limnol. Oceanogr. 48:2046-2054

Lough, J.M. and D.J. Barnes, 1997. Several centuries of variation in skeletal extension, density and calcification in massive Porites colonies from the Great Barrier Reef : a proxy for seawater temperature and a background of variability against which to identify unnatural change. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 211: 29-67.

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Mackenzie, F.T., A. Lerman, and A.J. Anderson. Past and present of sediment and carbon biogeochemical cycling models. Biosciences, 1, 11-32, 2004.

Manzello, D., J.C. Hendee , D. Ward and Z. Hillis-Starr.  An evaluation of environmental parameters coincident with the partial bleaching event in St. Croix , U.S. Virgin Islands 2003.  Proc. 10th Int. Coral Reef Symp., in press.

Marshall, A.T., and P. Clode, Calcification rate and the effect of temperature in a zooxanthellate and an azooxanthellate scleractinian reef coral, Coral Reefs, 23, 218-224, 2004.

Marubini, F., H. Barnett, C. Langdon, and M.J. Atkinson, Dependence of calcification on light and carbonate ion concentration for the hermatypic coral Porites compressa, Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 220, 153-162, 2001.

Marubini, F., C. Ferrier-Pages, and J.-P. Cuif, Suppression of growth in scleractinian corals by decreasing ambient carbonate ion concentration: a cross-family comparison, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. B, 270, 179-184, 2002.

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Stabenau, E.R., J. Hendee and L. Florit.  Automated assessment of the effect of intense light plus high sea temperature on coral response.  Proc. 10th Int. Coral Reef Symp., in press.

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