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A massive phytoplankton bloom induced by an ecosystem-scale iron fertilization experiment in the equatorial Pacific Ocean
KH Coale, KS Johnson, SE Fitzwater, RM Gordon, S Tanner, FP Chavez, ...
Nature 383 (6600), 495-501, 1996
18691996
Testing the iron hypothesis in ecosystems of the equatorial Pacific Ocean
JH Martin, KH Coale, KS Johnson, SE Fitzwater, RM Gordon, SJ Tanner, ...
Nature 371 (6493), 123-129, 1994
16781994
In situ evaluation of air‐sea gas exchange parameterizations using novel conservative and volatile tracers
PD Nightingale, G Malin, CS Law, AJ Watson, PS Liss, MI Liddicoat, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14 (1), 373-387, 2000
14702000
Production of chloroform and other low molecular‐weight halocarbons by some species of macroalgae
PD Nightingale, G Malin, PS Liss
Limnology and Oceanography 40 (4), 680-689, 1995
2881995
Measurements of air‐sea gas transfer during an open ocean algal bloom
PD Nightingale, PS Liss, P Schlosser
Geophysical Research Letters 27 (14), 2117-2120, 2000
2132000
Large decrease in ocean-surface CO2 fugacity in response to in situ iron fertilization
DJ Cooper, AJ Watson, PD Nightingale
Nature 383 (6600), 511-513, 1996
2101996
Marine sulphur emissions
PS Liss, AD Hatton, G Malin, PD Nightingale, SM Turner
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series Bá…, 1997
2061997
Seasonal variation of dimethyl sulphide in the North Sea and an assessment of fluxes to the atmosphere
SM Turner, G Malin, PD Nightingale, PS Liss
Marine Chemistry 54 (3-4), 245-262, 1996
1931996
Increased dimethyl sulphide concentrations in sea water from in situ iron enrichment
SM Turner, PD Nightingale, LJ Spokes, MI Liddicoat, PS Liss
Nature 383 (6600), 513-517, 1996
1861996
The distribution of dimethyl sulphide and dimethylsulphoniopropionate in Antarctic waters and sea ice
SM Turner, PD Nightingale, W Broadgate, PS Liss
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 42 (4-5), 1059-1080, 1995
1421995
Reviewing the impact of increased atmospheric CO2 on oceanic pH and the marine ecosystem
C Turley, J Blackford, S Widdicombe, D Lowe, PD Nightingale, AP Rees
Avoiding dangerous climate change 8, 65-70, 2006
1412006
Chemistry and release of gases from the surface ocean
LJ Carpenter, PD Nightingale
Chemical reviews 115 (10), 4015-4034, 2015
1182015
Ocean acidification and marine trace gas emissions
FE Hopkins, SM Turner, PD Nightingale, M Steinke, D Bakker, PS Liss
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (2), 760-765, 2010
1132010
Transfer across the air-sea interface
CS Garbe, A Rutgersson, J Boutin, G de Leeuw, B Delille, CW Fairall, ...
Ocean-atmosphere interactions of gases and particles, 55-112, 2014
1062014
Impact of an artificial surfactant release on air‐sea gas fluxes during Deep Ocean Gas Exchange Experiment II
ME Salter, RC Upstill‐Goddard, PD Nightingale, SD Archer, B Blomquist, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 116 (C11), 2011
1062011
Distribution and sea‐air fluxes of biogenic trace gases in the eastern Atlantic Ocean
AR Baker, SM Turner, WJ Broadgate, A Thompson, GB McFiggans, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 14 (3), 871-886, 2000
1062000
Dimethyl sulphide biogeochemistry within a coccolithophore bloom (DISCO): an overview
PH Burkill, SD Archer, C Robinson, PD Nightingale, SB Groom, GA Tarran, ...
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 49 (15), 2863-2885, 2002
1022002
Spatial and temporal distribution of Fe (II) and H2O2 during EisenEx, an open ocean mescoscale iron enrichment
PL Croot, P Laan, J Nishioka, V Strass, B Cisewski, M Boye, ...
Marine Chemistry 95 (1-2), 65-88, 2005
1002005
Iron‐induced changes in oceanic sulfur biogeochemistry
SM Turner, MJ Harvey, CS Law, PD Nightingale, PS Liss
Geophysical Research Letters 31 (14), 2004
922004
Modelling of bubble-mediated gas transfer: Fundamental principles and a laboratory test
DK Woolf, IS Leifer, PD Nightingale, TS Rhee, P Bowyer, G Caulliez, ...
Journal of Marine Systems 66 (1-4), 71-91, 2007
902007
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