Agostino Merico
Agostino Merico
Professor of Ecological Modelling, Leibniz Centre for Tropical Marine Research & Jacobs University
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Emiliania huxleyi: bloom observations and the conditions that induce them
T Tyrrell, A Merico
Coccolithophores, 75-97, 2004
Modelling phytoplankton succession on the Bering Sea shelf: role of climate influences and trophic interactions in generating Emiliania huxleyi blooms 1997–2000
A Merico, T Tyrrell, EJ Lessard, T Oguz, PJ Stabeno, SI Zeeman, ...
Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers 51 (12), 1803-1826, 2004
Eocene/Oligocene ocean de-acidification linked to Antarctic glaciation by sea-level fall
A Merico, T Tyrrell, PA Wilson
Nature 452 (7190), 979-982, 2008
Nitrate : phosphate ratios and Emiliania huxleyi blooms
EJ Lessard, A Merico, T Tyrrell
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (3), 1020-1024, 2005
A trait-based approach for downscaling complexity in plankton ecosystem models
A Merico, J Bruggeman, K Wirtz
Ecological Modelling 220 (21), 3001-3010, 2009
Mechanisms shaping size structure and functional diversity of phytoplankton communities in the ocean
E Acevedo-Trejos, G Brandt, J Bruggeman, A Merico
Scientific reports 5 (1), 1-8, 2015
Analysis of satellite imagery for Emiliania huxleyi blooms in the Bering Sea before 1997
A Merico, T Tyrrell, CW Brown, SB Groom, PI Miller
Geophysical Research Letters 30 (6), 2003
Environmental and anthropogenic factors structuring waterbird habitats of tropical coastal lagoons: implications for management
DC Tavares, DL Guadagnin, JF de Moura, S Siciliano, A Merico
Biological Conservation 186, 12-21, 2015
Optimality‐based modeling of planktonic organisms
SL Smith, M Pahlow, A Merico, KW Wirtz
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (6), 2080-2094, 2011
Importance of resuspended sediment dynamics for the phytoplankton spring bloom in a coastal marine ecosystem
T Tian, A Merico, J Su, J Staneva, K Wiltshire, K Wirtz
Journal of Sea Research 62 (4), 214-228, 2009
Factors controlling the summer Emiliania huxleyi bloom in the Black Sea: A modeling study
T Oguz, A Merico
Journal of Marine Systems 59 (3), 173-188, 2006
The cause of bright waters in the Bering Sea in winter
ATC Broerse, T Tyrrell, JR Young, AJ Poulton, A Merico, WM Balch, ...
Continental Shelf Research 23 (16), 1579-1596, 2003
Effect of seafloor depth on phytoplankton blooms in high‐nitrate, low‐chlorophyll (HNLC) regions
T Tyrrell, A Merico, JJ Waniek, CS Wong, N Metzl, F Whitney
Journal of Geophysical Research: Biogeosciences 110 (G2), 2005
Suitable environmental ranges for potential coral reef habitats in the tropical ocean
Y Guan, S Hohn, A Merico
PLoS ONE 10 (6), 17, 2015
Is there any relationship between phytoplankton seasonal dynamics and the carbonate system?
A Merico, T Tyrrell, T Cokacar
Journal of Marine Systems 59 (1-2), 120-142, 2006
A statistical analysis of climate variability and ecosystem response in the German Bight
MH Schlüter, A Merico, KH Wiltshire, W Greve, H Von Storch
Ocean Dynamics 58 (3-4), 169, 2008
Biogeographical patterns of phytoplankton community size structure in the oceans
E Acevedo‐Trejos, G Brandt, A Merico, SL Smith
Global Ecology and Biogeography 22 (9), 1060-1070, 2013
Phenological shifts of three interacting zooplankton groups in relation to climate change
MH Schlueter, A Merico, M Reginatto, M Boersma, KH Wiltshire, W Greve
Global Change Biology 16 (11), 3144-3153, 2010
Multiple negative carbon-isotope excursions during the Carnian Pluvial Episode (Late Triassic)
J Dal Corso, P Gianolla, M Rigo, M Franceschi, G Roghi, P Mietto, ...
Earth-Science Reviews 185, 732-750, 2018
Incidence of marine debris in seabirds feeding at different water depths
DC Tavares, JF de Moura, A Merico, S Siciliano
Marine pollution bulletin 119 (2), 68-73, 2017
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