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    • Copyright law and new technologies 

      Inkellis, Barbara (IAMSLIC, 1989)
    • Copyright vs. open access: what is the future of science publishing? 

      Seaman, Matthias; Stewart, Ian (IAMSLIC, 2014)
    • Copyright: will it strangle information? 

      Friend, Frederick J. (IAMSLIC, 1999)
    • Coral biomineralization, climate proxies and the sensitivity of coral reefs to CO2-driven climate change 

      DeCarlo, Thomas M. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2017-02)
      Scleractinian corals extract calcium (Ca2+) and carbonate (CO2−3) ions from seawater to construct their calcium carbonate (CaCO3) skeletons. Key to the coral biomineralization process is the active elevation of the CO2−3 ...
    • Coral calcification : insights from inorganic experiments and coral responses to environmental variables 

      Holcomb, Michael (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2010-02)
      Coral calcification is examined using a laboratory model and living corals. In the laboratory model, abiogenic aragonite formed at high saturation state (Ω>~20) had a granular appearance and was enriched in trace elements, ...
    • Coral macrobioerosion is accelerated by ocean acidification and nutrients 

      DeCarlo, Thomas M.; Cohen, Anne L.; Barkley, Hannah C.; Cobban, Quinn; Young, Charles W.; Shamberger, Kathryn E. F.; Brainard, Russell E.; Golbuu, Yimnang (2014-10)
      Coral reefs exist in a delicate balance between calcium carbonate (CaCO3) production and CaCO3 loss. Ocean acidification (OA), the CO2-driven decline in seawater pH and CaCO3 saturation state (Ω), threatens to tip this ...
    • Coral reef drag coefficients – water depth dependence 

      Lentz, Steven J.; Davis, Kristen A.; Churchill, James H.; DeCarlo, Thomas M. (American Meteorological Society, 2017-05-04)
      A major challenge in modeling the circulation over coral reefs is uncertainty in the drag coefficient because existing estimates span two orders of magnitude. Current and pressure measurements from five coral reefs are ...
    • Coral reef fish populations can persist without immigration 

      Salles, Océane C.; Maynard, Jeffrey A.; Joannides, Marc; Barbu, Corentin M.; Saenz-Agudelo, Pablo; Almany, Glenn R.; Berumen, Michael L.; Thorrold, Simon R.; Jones, Geoffrey P.; Planes, Serge (2015-10)
      Determining the conditions under which populations may persist requires accurate estimates of demographic parameters, including immigration, local reproductive success, and mortality rates. In marine populations, empirical ...
    • Coral reef soundscapes : spatiotemporal variability and links to species assemblages 

      Kaplan, Maxwell B. (Massachusetts Institute of Technology and Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, 2017-02)
      Coral reefs are biodiverse ecosystems that are at risk of degradation as a result of environmental changes. Reefs are constantly in a state of flux: the resident species assemblages vary considerably in space and time. ...
    • Coral reef soundscapes may not be detectable far from the reef 

      Kaplan, Maxwell B.; Mooney, T. Aran (Nature Publishing Group, 2016-07-28)
      Biological sounds produced on coral reefs may provide settlement cues to marine larvae. Sound fields are composed of pressure and particle motion, which is the back and forth movement of acoustic particles. Particle motion ...
    • Coral reef species assemblages are associated with ambient soundscapes 

      Kaplan, Maxwell B.; Mooney, T. Aran; Partan, James W.; Solow, Andrew R. (2015-06)
      Coral reefs provide a wide array of ecosystem services and harbor some of the highest levels of biodiversity on the planet, but many reefs are in decline worldwide. Tracking changes is necessary for effective resource ...
    • Coral Sr-U thermometry 

      DeCarlo, Thomas M.; Gaetani, Glenn A.; Cohen, Anne L.; Foster, Gavin L.; Alpert, Alice; Stewart, Joseph A. (John WIley & Sons, 2016-06-11)
      Coral skeletons archive past climate variability with unrivaled temporal resolution. However, extraction of accurate temperature information from coral skeletons has been limited by “vital effects,” which confound, and ...
    • Corals record persistent multidecadal SST variability in the Atlantic Warm Pool since 1775 AD 

      Vasquez-Bedoya, Luis Fernando; Cohen, Anne L.; Oppo, Delia W.; Blanchon, Paul (American Geophysical Union, 2012-09-29)
      Accurate low-latitude sea surface temperature (SST) records that predate the instrumental era are needed to put recent warming in the context of natural climate variability and to evaluate the persistence of lower frequency ...
    • Core journals: fact or fiction? 

      Butler, Barbara; Webster, Janet (IAMSLIC, 2011)
    • Core journals: fact or fiction? Appendix. 

      Butler, Barbara; Webster, Janet (IAMSLIC, 2011)
    • Core microbial functional activities in ocean environments revealed by global metagenomic profiling analyses 

      Ferreira, Ari J. S.; Siam, Rania; Setubal, Joao C.; Moustafa, Ahmed; Sayed, Ahmed; Chambergo, Felipe S.; Dawe, Adam S.; Ghazy, Mohamed A.; Sharaf, Hazem; Ouf, Amged; Alam, Intikhab; Abdel-Haleem, Alyaa M.; Lehvaslaiho, Heikki; Ramadan, Eman; Antunes, Andre; Stingl, Ulrich; Archer, John A. C.; Jankovic, Boris R.; Sogin, Mitchell L.; Bajic, Vladimir B.; El-Dorry, Hamza (Public Library of Science, 2014-06-12)
      Metagenomics-based functional profiling analysis is an effective means of gaining deeper insight into the composition of marine microbial populations and developing a better understanding of the interplay between the ...
    • Corporate Librarianship in the ODINECET Group (EURASLIC) 

      Kulakova, Kateryna; Akimova, Olga A.; Krasenkova, Irina (IAMSLIC, 2015)
      This paper focused on the advantages of joint librarian projects and international collaboration among the aquatic libraries, which are highly specialized. One of the outstanding features of the information environment ...
    • Correcting acoustic measurements of scatterer density for extinction 

      Foote, Kenneth G. (Acoustical Society of America, 1990-09)
      Extinction is sometimes a major problem in acoustic surveys of fish stocks, as it often occurs when the fish are concentrated and easiest to survey. The same may be true of certain macrozooplankton, such as krill in swarms. ...
    • Correction of seafloor magnetotelluric data for topographic effects during inversion 

      Baba, Kiyoshi; Chave, Alan D. (American Geophysical Union, 2005-12-14)
      The large contrast in electrical conductivity between seawater and the underlying seafloor accumulates boundary electric charges which can severely distort observed electric and magnetic fields. For marine magnetotelluric ...
    • Correction of shallow-water electromagnetic data for noise induced by instrument motion 

      Lezaeta, Pamela F.; Chave, Alan D.; Evans, Rob L. (2004-12-16)
      An unexpected noise source was found in magnetic and sometimes electric field data recorded on the bottom of lakes in the Archean Slave craton (NW Canada) during warm seasons. The noise is due to instrument motion and in ...