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Ms Merinda Nash

Position PhD Student
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Office phone (02) 612 51593
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Publications

Journal article

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Palaeoenvironmental dynamics of Holocene shoreface bryoliths from the southern coast of Brazil
Holocene 29, 4() 662-675
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Coralline algal calcification: A morphological and process-based understanding
PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science) 14, 9()
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The role of chitin-rich skeletal organic matrix on the crystallization of calcium carbonate in the crustose coralline alga Leptophytum foecundum
Scientific Reports 9, 11869() 1-8
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Effects of in situ CO2 enrichment on Posidonia oceanica epiphytic community composition and mineralogy
Marine Biology 164, 5()
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Presence of skeletal banding in a reef-building tropical crustose coralline alga
PLOS ONE (Public Library of Science) 12, 10() e0185124-e0185124
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Ocean acidification: assessing the vulnerability of socioeconomic systems in Small Island Developing States
Regional Environmental Change 17, 4() 973-987
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Mineralogical response of the Mediterranean crustose coralline alga Lithophyllum cabiochae to near-future ocean acidification and warming
Biogeosciences 13, 21() 5937-5945
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Discovery of the mineral brucite (magnesium hydroxide) in the tropical calcifying alga Polystrata dura (Peyssonneliales, Rhodophyta)
Journal of Phycology 51, 3() 403-407
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Ocean acidification does not affect magnesium composition or dolomite formation in living crustose coralline algae, Porolithon onkodes in an experimental system
Biogeosciences 12, 17() 5247-5260
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Greenhouse conditions induce mineralogical changes and dolomite accumulation in coralline algae on tropical reefs
Nature Communications 5, 3310() 1-9
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Spatial variation in mechanical properties of coral reef substrate and implications for coral colony integrity
Coral Reefs 32, 1() 173-179
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Dolomite-rich coralline algae in reefs resist dissolution in acidified conditions
Nature Climate Change 3, 3() 268-272
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Simple X-ray diffraction techniques to identify mg calcite, dolomite, and magnesite in tropical coralline algae and assess peak asymmetry
Journal of Sedimentary Research 83, 11-12() 1085-1099
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A short-term in situ CO2 enrichment experiment on Heron Island (GBR)
Scientific Reports 2()

(14 publications)

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