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Carol Turley
Carol Turley
Senior Scientist at Plymouth Marine Laboratory
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Contrasting futures for ocean and society from different anthropogenic CO2 emissions scenarios
JP Gattuso, A Magnan, R Billé, WWL Cheung, EL Howes, F Joos, ...
Science 349 (6243), aac4722, 2015
14732015
Ocean acidification due to increasing atmospheric carbon dioxide
J Raven, K Caldeira, H Elderfield, O Hoegh-Guldberg, P Liss, U Riebesell, ...
The Royal Society, 2005
14632005
Ecosystems, their Properties, Goods, and Services, Chapter 4 in: Climate Change 2007: Climate Change Impacts, Adaptation and Vulnerability, The IPCC Fourth Assessment Report
A Fischlin, GF Midgley, J Price, R Leemans, B Gopal, C Turley, ...
Cambridge University Press, Cambridge, 2007
1196*2007
Ocean acidification
JP Gattuso, L Hansson
Oxford University Press, 2011
7132011
Ocean acidification
JP Gattuso, L Hansson
Oxford University Press, 2011
7132011
Responses by benthic organisms to inputs of organic material to the ocean floor: a review
AJ Gooday, CM Turley
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series A …, 1990
6161990
Bacteria and cyanobacteria associated with phytodetritus in the deep sea
K Lochte, CM Turley
Nature 333 (6168), 67-69, 1988
4011988
Marine snow studies in the Northeast Atlantic Ocean: distribution, composition and role as a food source for migrating plankton
RS Lampitt, KF Wishner, CM Turley, MV Angel
Marine Biology 116, 689-702, 1993
3891993
Phytodetritus on the deep-sea floor in a central oceanic region of the Northeast Atlantic
H Thiel, O Pfannkuche, G Schriever, K Lochte, AJ Gooday, C Hemleben, ...
Biological Oceanography 6 (2), 203-239, 1989
3691989
The changing Mediterranean Sea—a sensitive ecosystem?
CM Turley
Progress in Oceanography 44 (1-3), 387-400, 1999
2401999
Relationship between primary producers and bacteria in an oligotrophic sea--the Mediterranean and biogeochemical implications
CM Turley, M Bianchi, U Christaki, P Conan, JRW Harris, S Psarra, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 193, 11-18, 2000
2252000
Corals in deep-water: will the unseen hand of ocean acidification destroy cold-water ecosystems?
CM Turley, JM Roberts, JM Guinotte
Coral reefs 26, 445-448, 2007
2222007
Heterotrophic flagellates and other protists associated with oceanic detritus throughout the water column in the mid North Atlantic
DJ Patterson, K Nygaard, G Steinberg, CM Turley
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 73 (1), 67-95, 1993
1941993
Survival strategies of two small marine ciliates and their role in regulating bacterial community structure under experimental conditions
CM Turley, RC Newell, DB Robins
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 33 (1), 59-70, 1986
1671986
Microbial response to the input of fresh detritus to the deep-sea bed
CM Turley, K Lochte
Global and Planetary Change 3 (1-2), 3-23, 1990
1541990
From laboratory manipulations to Earth system models: scaling calcification impacts of ocean acidification
A Ridgwell, DN Schmidt, C Turley, C Brownlee, MT Maldonado, P Tortell, ...
Biogeosciences 6 (11), 2611-2623, 2009
1462009
Reviewing the impact of increased atmospheric CO2 on oceanic pH and the marine ecosystem
C Turley, J Blackford, S Widdicombe, D Lowe, PD Nightingale, AP Rees
Avoiding dangerous climate change 8, 65-70, 2006
1422006
Biogeochemical significance of attached and free-living bacteria and the flux of particles in the NE Atlantic Ocean
CM Turley, PJ Mackie
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 115, 191-191, 1994
1411994
Effects of storage on direct estimates of bacterial numbers of preserved seawater samples
CM Turley, DJ Hughes
Deep Sea Research Part A. Oceanographic Research Papers 39 (3-4), 375-394, 1992
1241992
The societal challenge of ocean acidification
C Turley, M Eby, AJ Ridgwell, DN Schmidt, HS Findlay, C Brownlee, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (6), 787-792, 2010
1202010
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