Noelle Lucey
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Ocean acidification risk assessment for Alaska’s fishery sector
JT Mathis, SR Cooley, N Lucey, S Colt, J Ekstrom, T Hurst, C Hauri, ...
Progress in Oceanography 136, 71-91, 2015
Nutrition and income from molluscs today imply vulnerability to ocean acidification tomorrow
SR Cooley, N Lucey, H Kite‐Powell, SC Doney
Fish and Fisheries 13 (2), 182-215, 2012
Host-associated microbiomes drive structure and function of marine ecosystems
LGE Wilkins, M Leray, A O’Dea, B Yuen, RS Peixoto, TJ Pereira, HM Bik, ...
PLoS biology 17 (11), e3000533, 2019
Interpretation and design of ocean acidification experiments in upwelling systems in the context of carbonate chemistry co-variation with temperature and oxygen
JCP Reum, SR Alin, CJ Harvey, N Bednaršek, W Evans, RA Feely, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (3), 582-595, 2016
To brood or not to brood: Are marine invertebrates that protect their offspring more resilient to ocean acidification?
NM Lucey, C Lombardi, L DeMarchi, A Schulze, MC Gambi, P Calosi
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 12009, 2015
Rapid ecosystem-scale consequences of acute deoxygenation on a Caribbean coral reef
MD Johnson, JJ Scott, M Leray, N Lucey, LMR Bravo, WL Wied, AH Altieri
Nature communications 12 (1), 4522, 2021
Oxygen‐mediated plasticity confers hypoxia tolerance in a corallivorous polychaete
NM Lucey, M Collins, R Collin
Ecology and Evolution 10 (3), 1145-1157, 2020
An in situ assessment of local adaptation in a calcifying polychaete from a shallow CO2 vent system
NM Lucey, C Lombardi, M Florio, L DeMarchi, M Nannini, S Rundle, ...
Evolutionary applications 9 (9), 1054-1071, 2016
2, 3 1 Department of Geosciences, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, USA; email:[email protected] 2 High Meadows Environmental Institute, Princeton University …
N Lucey
Panama Annual Review of Marine Science 16, 217-245, 0
Integrative approaches to understanding organismal responses to aquatic deoxygenation
HA Woods, AL Moran, D Atkinson, A Audzijonyte, M Berenbrink, ...
The Biological Bulletin 243 (2), 85-103, 2022
Multi-stressor extremes found on a tropical coral reef impair performance
N Lucey, E Haskett, R Collin
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 588764, 2020
Hypoxia from depth shocks shallow tropical reef animals
NM Lucey, E Haskett, R Collin
Climate Change Ecology 2, 100010, 2021
Millennial‐scale change on a caribbean reef system that experiences hypoxia
B Figuerola, EL Grossman, N Lucey, ND Leonard, A O'Dea
Ecography 44 (9), 1270-1282, 2021
Environmental legacy effects and acclimatization of a crustose coralline alga to ocean acidification
MD Johnson, LMR Bravo, N Lucey, AH Altieri
Climate Change Ecology 2, 100016, 2021
Host-associated microbiomes and their roles in marine ecosystem functions
LGE Wilkins, M Leray, B Yuen, R Peixoto, TJ Pereira, HM Bik, DA Coil, ...
PeerJ Preprints 7, e27930v1, 2019
Climate, oxygen, and the future of marine biodiversity
C Deutsch, JL Penn, N Lucey
Annual Review of Marine Science 16 (1), 217-245, 2024
Climate warming erodes tropical reef habitat through frequency and intensity of episodic hypoxia
NM Lucey, CA Deutsch, MH Carignan, F Vermandele, M Collins, ...
PLOS Climate 2 (3), e0000095, 2023
Compound extreme events induce rapid mortality in a tropical sea urchin
N Lucey, C Aube, A Herwig, R Collin
The Biological Bulletin 243 (2), 239-254, 2022
A comparison of life-history traits in calcifying Spirorbinae polychaetes living along natural pH gradients
NM Lucey, C Lombardi, M Florio, SD Rundle, P Calosi, MC Gambi
Marine Ecology progress series 589, 141-152, 2018
Improving our understanding of evolutionary persistence in an increasingly high CO2 world: Insight from marine polychaetes at a low pH vent system
NM Lucey
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