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Kaplan M.  2010.  Sea stars suck up carbon. Nature news.
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Lampitt RS.  2008.  Ocean fertilization: a potential means of geoengineering? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences. 366(1882):3919–3945.
Lampitt RS.  2008.  Ocean Fertilisation: a potential means of geo-engineering? The Royal Society. 366(1882):3919-3945.
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Joint I.  2009.  Consequences of high CO2 and ocean acidification for microbes in the global ocean. Rising CO2, Ocean Acidification, and Their Impacts on Marine Microbes.
Joint I.  2009.  Consequences of high CO2 and ocean acidification for microbes in the global ocean. Rising CO2, Ocean Acidification, and Their Impacts on Marine Microbes.
Joint I.  2009.  Consequences of high CO2 and ocean acidification for microbes in the global ocean. Rising CO2, Ocean Acidification, and Their Impacts on Marine Microbes.
Krumhardt KM, Lovenduski NS, M. Iglesias-Rodriguez D, Kleypas JA.  2017.  Coccolithophore growth and calcification in a changing ocean. Progress in Oceanography. 159:276-295.
Krumhardt KM, Lovenduski NS, M. Iglesias-Rodriguez D, Kleypas JA.  2017.  Coccolithophore growth and calcification in a changing ocean. Progress in Oceanography. 159:276-295.