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Caldeira Lab

Nighttime dissolution in a temperate coastal ocean ecosystem increases under acidification

Lester Kwiatkowski, Brian Gaylord, Tessa Hill, Jessica Hosfelt, Kristy J. Kroeker, Yana Nebuchina, Aaron Ninokawa, Ann Russell, Emily B. Rivest, Marine Sesboüé & Ken Caldeira


Lester Kwiatkowski, Brian Gaylord, Tessa Hill, Jessica Hosfelt, Kristy J. Kroeker, Yana Nebuchina, Aaron Ninokawa, Ann Russell, Emily B. Rivest, Marine Sesboüé & Ken Caldeira, 2016: Nighttime dissolution in a temperate coastal ocean ecosystem increases under acidification. Scientific Reports, doi: 10.1038/srep22984.

 


Photos

'Bodega1'

  • Study co-authors Lester Kwiatkowski and Yana Nebuchina taking samples from a rocky tide pool on the UC Bodega Marine Reserve.     
  • Photo credit: Ken Caldeira

'Bodega2'

  • Instrument measuring temperature, salinity and depth in a tide pool of the UC Bodega Marine Reserve.   
  • Photo credit: Ken Caldeira

'Bodega3'

  • Study area along the rocky coast of the UC Bodega Marine Reserve, California.   
  • Photo credit: Ken Caldeira

'Bodega4'

  • Study co-author Yana Nebuchina preparing to sample from a tide pool on the UC Bodega Marine Reserve.  
  • Photo credit: Ken Caldeira

'Bodega5'

  • Sampling pump and a device to measure temperature, salinity and depth in a tide pool of the UC Bodega Marine Reserve.
  • Photo credit: Lester Kwiatkowski

'Bodega6'

  • Sampling pump and a device to measure temperature, salinity and depth in a tide pool of the UC Bodega Marine Reserve.
  • Photo credit: Lester Kwiatkowski

'Bodega7'

  • Study co-authors Marine Sesboüé and Yana Nebuchina taking samples from a rocky tide pool on the UC Bodega Marine Reserve.    
  • Photo credit: Lester Kwiatkowski

'Bodega8'

  • Sampling bottles ready to be filled with seawater from the tide pools.
  • Photo credit: Marine Sesboüé

'Bodega9'

  • Sea Anemone in the intertidal zone of the UC Bodega Marine Reserve.
  • Photo credit: Marine Sesboüé