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Kaplan M.  2010.  Sea stars suck up carbon. Nature news.
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Schofield O.  2003.  Development of regional coastal ocean observatories and the potential benefits to marine sanctuaries. Marine Technology Society Journal. 37(1):54–67.
Matson PG, Washburn L, Fields EA, Gotschalk C, Ladd TM, Siegel DA, Welch ZS, M. Iglesias-Rodriguez D.  2019.  Formation, Development, and Propagation of a Rare Coastal Coccolithophore Bloom. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans. 124:3298-3316.
Lebrato M.  2010.  Global contribution of echinoderms to the marine carbon cycle: CaCO3 budget and benthic compartments. Ecological Monographs. 80(3):441–467.
Lebrato M, Garbe-Schönberg D, Müller MN, Blanco-Ameijeiras S, Feely RA, Lorenzoni L, Molinero J-C, Bremer K, Jones DOB, Iglesias-Rodriguez D et al..  2020.  Global variability in seawater Mg:Ca and Sr:Ca ratios in the modern ocean. PNAS. 117(36):22281-22292.
Frommlet JC.  2008.  Microsatellite Genotyping of Single Cells of the Dinoflagellate Species Lingulodinium Polyedrum (Dinophyceae): A novel approach for marine microbial population genetic studies. Journal of Phycology. 44(5):1116–1125.
Iglesias-Rodriguez MD.  2002.  Progress made in study of ocean's calcium carbonate budget. Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union. 83(34):365–375.
Iglesias-Rodriguez MD.  2002.  Representing key phytoplankton functional groups in ocean carbon cycle models: Coccolithophorids. Global Biogeochemical Cycles. 16(4):1-20.
Iglesias-Rodriguez MD.  2010.  Towards an integrated global ocean acidification observation network. Developing a Global Ocean Acidification Observation Network. :335–353.
Iglesias-Rodriguez MD.  2010.  Towards an integrated global ocean acidification observation network. Developing a Global Ocean Acidification Observation Network. :335–353.
Honjo S.  2014.  Understanding the Role of the Biological Pump in the Global Carbon Cycle: An Imperative for Ocean Science. Oceanography. 27(3):10–16.