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Publications by Andrea Y. Frommel

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  1. Frommel, A.Y., Margulies, D., Wexler, J.B., Stein, M.S., Scholey, V.P., Williamson, J.E., Bromhead, D., Nicol, S., Havenhand, J. 2016. Ocean acidification has lethal and sub-lethal effects on larval development of yellowfin tuna, Thunnus albacares. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 482: 18-24
  2. Maneja, R.H., Frommel, A.Y., Browman, H.I., Geffen, A.J., Folkvord A., Piatkowski U., Durif C.M.F., Bjelland R., Skiftesvik A.B., Clemmesen, C. 2015. The swimming kinematics and foraging behavior of larval Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus L) are unaffected by elevated pCO2. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 466: 42-48
  3. Frommel, A.Y., Maneja, R., Lowe, D., Malzahn, A.M., Geffen, A.J., Folkvord, A., Piatkowski, U., Clemmesen, C. 2014. Tissue damage in larval Atlantic herring as a result of ocean acidification. Ecological Applications 24: 1131-1143
  4. Maneja, R.H., Dineshram, R., Thiyagarajan, V., Skiftesvik, A.B., Frommel, A.Y., Clemmesen, C., Geffen, A.J., Browman, H.I. 2014. The proteome of Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus L) larvae is resistant to elevated pCO2. Marine Pollution Bulletin 86: 154-160
  5. Frommel, A.Y., Schubert, A., Piatkowski, U., Clemmesen, C. 2013. Eggs and early larval stages of Baltic cod, Gadus morhua, are robust to high levels of ocean acidification. Marine Biology 160: 1825-1834
  6. Garrard S.L., Hunter R.C., Frommel A.Y., Lane A.C., Phillips J.C., Cooper R., Dineshram R., Cardini U., McCoy S.J., Arnberg M., Alves B.G.R., Annane S., de Orte M.R., Kumar A., Aguirre-Martinez G.V., Maneja R.H., Basallote M.D., Ape F., Torstensson A., Bj. 2013. Biological impacts of ocean acidification: a postgraduate perspective on research priorities. Marine Biology 160: 1789-1805
  7. Maneja R.H., Frommel A.Y., Browman H.I., Clemmesen C., Geffen A.J., Folkvord A., Piatkowski U., Durif C.M.F., Bjelland R., Skiftesvik A.B. 2013. The swimming kinematics of larval Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua L, are resilient to elevated seawater pCO2. Marine Biology 160: 1963-1972
  8. Maneja R.H., Frommel A.Y., Geffen A.J., Folkvord A., Piatkowski U., Chang M.Y., Clemmesen C. 2013. Effects of ocean acidification on the calcification of otoliths of larval Atlantic cod, Gadus morhua. Marine Ecology Progress Series 477: 251-258
  9. Frommel, A.Y., Maneja, R., Lowe, D., Malzahn, A.M., Geffen, A.J., Folkvord, A., Piatkowski, U., Reusch, T.B.H., Clemmesen, C. 2012. Severe tissue damage in Atlantic cod under increasing ocean acidification. Nature Climate Change 2: 42-46
  10. Frommel, A.Y., Stiebens, V., Clemmesen, C. und Havenhand, J. 2010. Effect of ocean acidification on marine fish sperm (Baltic cod: Gadus morhua). Biogeosciences 7: 3915-3919
  11. Frommel, A., and Clemmesen C. 2009. Use of biochemical indices for analysis of growth in juvenile two-spotted gobies (Gobiusculus flavescens) of the Baltic Sea. Scientia Marina 73S1: 159-170