David Keller
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Potential climate engineering effectiveness and side effects during a high carbon dioxide-emission scenario
DP Keller, EY Feng, A Oschlies
Nature communications 5 (1), 1-11, 2014
2202014
A new marine ecosystem model for the University of Victoria Earth System Climate Model
DP Keller, A Oschlies, M Eby
Geoscientific Model Development 5 (5), 1195-1220, 2012
85*2012
The carbon dioxide removal model intercomparison project (CDRMIP): Rationale and experimental protocol for CMIP6
DP Keller, A Lenton, V Scott, NE Vaughan, N Bauer, D Ji, CD Jones, ...
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (3), 1133-1160, 2018
472018
Modeling the seasonal autochthonous sources of dissolved organic carbon and nitrogen in the upper Chesapeake Bay
DP Keller, RR Hood
Ecological Modelling 222 (5), 1139-1162, 2011
362011
Could artificial ocean alkalinization protect tropical coral ecosystems from ocean acidification?
EY Feng, DP Keller, W Koeve, A Oschlies
Environmental Research Letters 11 (7), 074008, 2016
292016
The effects of carbon dioxide removal on the carbon cycle
DP Keller, A Lenton, EW Littleton, A Oschlies, V Scott, NE Vaughan
Current climate change reports 4 (3), 250-265, 2018
262018
Potential increasing dominance of heterotrophy in the global ocean
KF Kvale, KJ Meissner, DP Keller
Environmental Research Letters 10 (7), 074009, 2015
232015
Comparative simulations of dissolved organic matter cycling in idealized oceanic, coastal, and estuarine surface waters
DP Keller, RR Hood
Journal of Marine Systems 109, 109-128, 2013
222013
A dynamic marine iron cycle module coupled to the University of Victoria Earth System Model: the Kiel Marine Biogeochemical Model 2 for UVic 2.9
L Nickelsen, DP Keller, A Oschlies
Geoscientific Model Development 8 (5), 1357-1381, 2015
202015
Assessing carbon dioxide removal through global and regional ocean alkalinization under high and low emission pathways
A Lenton, RJ Matear, DP Keller, V Scott, NE Vaughan
Earth System Dynamics 9 (2), 339-357, 2018
192018
Indicators and metrics for the assessment of climate engineering
A Oschlies, H Held, D Keller, K Keller, N Mengis, M Quaas, W Rickels, ...
Earth's Future 5 (1), 49-58, 2017
182017
Uncertainty in the response of transpiration to CO2 and implications for climate change
N Mengis, DP Keller, M Eby, A Oschlies
Environmental Research Letters 10 (9), 094001, 2015
182015
Explicit planktic calcifiers in the university of victoria earth system climate model, version 2.9
KF Kvale, KJ Meissner, DP Keller, M Eby, A Schmittner
Atmosphere-Ocean 53 (3), 332-350, 2015
162015
Community metabolism and energy transfer in the Chesapeake Bay estuarine turbidity maximum
DY Lee, DP Keller, BC Crump, RR Hood
Marine Ecology Progress Series 449, 65-82, 2012
162012
Turbidity maximum entrapment of phytoplankton in the Chesapeake Bay
DP Keller, DY Lee, RR Hood
Estuaries and coasts 37 (2), 279-298, 2014
152014
Operationalizing Ocean Health: Toward integrated research on ocean health and recovery to achieve ocean sustainability
A Franke, T Blenckner, CM Duarte, K Ott, LE Fleming, A Antia, ...
One Earth 2 (6), 557-565, 2020
142020
Southern Ocean biological impacts on global ocean oxygen
DP Keller, I Kriest, W Koeve, A Oschlies
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (12), 6469-6477, 2016
142016
Integrated assessment of carbon dioxide removal
W Rickels, F Reith, D Keller, A Oschlies, MF Quaas
Earth's future 6 (3), 565-582, 2018
112018
Model‐Based Assessment of the CO2 Sequestration Potential of Coastal Ocean Alkalinization
EY Feng, W Koeve, DP Keller, A Oschlies
Earth's Future 5 (12), 1252-1266, 2017
102017
Impacts of sea spray geoengineering on ocean biogeochemistry
AI Partanen, DP Keller, H Korhonen, HD Matthews
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (14), 7600-7608, 2016
92016
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