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  • Divergent responses of Atlantic coastal and oceanic Synechococcus to iron limitation 

    Mackey, Katherine R. M.; Post, Anton F.; McIlvin, Matthew R.; Cutter, Gregory A.; John, Seth G.; Saito, Mak A. (2015-06-19)
    Marine Synechococcus are some of the most diverse and ubiquitous phytoplankton, and iron (Fe) is an essential micronutrient that limits productivity in many parts of the ocean. To investigate how coastal and oceanic Atlantic ...
  • The influence of light on nitrogen cycling and the primary nitrite maximum in a seasonally stratified sea 

    Mackey, Katherine R. M.; Bristow, Laura; Parks, David R.; Altabet, Mark A.; Post, Anton F.; Paytan, Adina (2011-07-08)
    In the seasonally stratified Gulf of Aqaba Red Sea, both NO2- release by phytoplankton and NH4+ oxidation by nitrifying microbes contributed to the formation of a primary nitrite maximum (PNM) over different seasons and ...
  • An interdisciplinary assessment of climate engineering strategies 

    Cusack, Daniela F.; Axsen, Jonn; Shwom, Rachael; Hartzell-Nichols, Lauren; White, Sam; Mackey, Katherine R. M. (Ecological Society of America, 2014-06)
    Mitigating further anthropogenic changes to the global climate will require reducing greenhouse-gas emissions (“abatement”), or else removing carbon dioxide from the atmosphere and/or diminishing solar input (“climate ...
  • Phytoplankton responses to atmospheric metal deposition in the coastal and open-ocean Sargasso Sea 

    Mackey, Katherine R. M.; Buck, Kristen N.; Casey, John R.; Cid, Abigail; Lomas, Michael W.; Sohrin, Yoshiki; Paytan, Adina (Frontiers Media, 2012-10-12)
    This study investigated the impact of atmospheric metal deposition on natural phytoplankton communities at open-ocean and coastal sites in the Sargasso Sea during the spring bloom. Locally collected aerosols with different ...