nutrient; limitation; phytoplankton; iron; nitrate; Southern Ocean; lake; biogeochemical cycle; bioavailability; biodiversity; phosphate; biosensor
(2016), Nutrient uplift in a cyclonic eddy increases diversity, primary productivity and iron demand of microbial communities relative to a western boundary current, in PeerJ
(2016), The Australian phytoplankton database – abundance and biovolume, in Scientific Data, Nature
(2016), The Southern Ocean carbon sink in a changing climate, in Journal of Plant Physiology
(2015), The role of bacterial and algal exopolymeric substances (EPS) on iron chemistry, in Marine Chemistry
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(2014), Iron biogeochemistry in aquatic systems : from source to bioavailability, in Chimia
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(2014), Primary productivity induced by Iron and Nitrogen in the Tasman Sea-An overview of the PINTS expedition, in Marine and Freshwater Research
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(2014), The impact of iron limitation on the physiology of the Antarctic diatom Chaetoceros simplex, in Marine Biology
, Iron associated with exopolymeric substances is highly bioavailable to oceanic phytoplankton, in Marine Chemistry
, Physiological characteristics of open ocean and coastal phytoplankton communities of Western Antarctic Peninsula and Drake Passage waters., in Deep-Sea Research I