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Dr. Jean-Pierre Gattuso


Dr. Jean-Pierre Gattuso

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Laboratoire Océanographie
CNRS-Université de Paris 6
181 Chemin du Lazaret
06234 Villefranche-sur-mer Cedex, France

Email: gattuso@obs-vlfr.fr

Blog: Ocean acidification




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Publications

Date Publication
15.09.2011 Book: Ocean Acidification
Jean-Pierre Gattuso, Lina Hansson
Oxford University Press
ISBN: 9780199591091
06.11.2006 Article: Light availability in the coastal ocean: impact on the distribution of benthic photosynthetic organisms and their contribution to primary production
J.-P. Gattuso, B. Gentili, C. M. Duarte, J. A. Kleypas, J. J. Middelburg, and D. Antoine
Biogeosciences, 3, 489-513
SRef: 1726-4189/bg/2006-3-489

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Latest Blog Posts

  • 18.10.2018: Transgenerational effects of pCO2-driven ocean acidification on adult mussels Mytilus chilensis modulate physiological response to multiple stressors in larvae

    The effect of CO2-driven ocean acidification (OA) on marine biota has been extensively studied mostly on a single stage of the life cycle. However, the cumulative and population-level response to this global stressor may be biased due to transgenerational effects and their impacts on physiological plasticity. In this study, we exposed adult mussels Mytilus chilensis […]


    Source: Ocean acidification

  • 18.10.2018: Deciphering carbon sources of mussel shell carbonate under experimental ocean acidification and warming

    Highlights • Sources of Mytilus edulis shell carbonate are deciphered through carbon isotopic analysis. • With increasing temperature, the percent metabolic carbon incorporation into shell increases. • Exposure to low pH also results in an increase of metabolic carbon taken up into shell. • Ongoing climate change reduces the ability of M. edulis to extract […]


    Source: Ocean acidification

  • 18.10.2018: In situ responses of the sponge microbiome to ocean acidification

    Climate change is causing rapid changes in reef structure, biodiversity, and function, though most sponges are predicted to tolerate conditions projected for 2100. Sponges maintain intimate relationships with microbial symbionts, with previous studies suggesting that microbial flexibility may be pivotal to success under ocean acidification. We performed a reciprocal transplantation of the coral reef sponges […]


    Source: Ocean acidification

  • 18.10.2018: Rapid warming and salinity changes in the Gulf of Maine alter surface ocean carbonate parameters and hide ocean acidification

    A profound warming event in the Gulf of Maine during the last decade has caused sea surface temperatures to rise to levels exceeding any earlier observations recorded in the region over the last 150 years. This event dramatically affected CO2 solubility and, in turn, the status of the sea surface carbonate system. When combined with the […]


    Source: Ocean acidification

  • 18.10.2018: Meeting: NYS Ocean Acidification Task Force

    Date: 1 November 2018 6:30 PM – 8:30 PM (US Eastern) Location: 20 Endeavour Hall, South Campus, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, NY 11794 Description:  The Ocean Acidification Task Force works to assess the impacts of ocean acidification on the ecological, economic, and social well-being of the State of New York in order to recommend actions to reduce […]


    Source: Ocean acidification

  • 18.10.2018: Time to take ocean acidification seriously

    From 2007 to 2010, major shellfish hatcheries supplying the seed for West Coast oyster growers suffered persistent production failures. Hatchery scientists were witnessing baby larval oysters (just the size of the width of an eyelash) completely dissolving before their eyes. It wasn’t until 2012 that a group of researchers at Oregon State University confirmed that […]


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Biogeosciences, Ocean Science, eEarth, Climate of the Past, Geosciences