justin ries
justin ries
Professor of Marine and Environmental Sciences, Northeastern University
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Marine calcifiers exhibit mixed responses to CO2-induced ocean acidification
JB Ries, AL Cohen, DC McCorkle
Geology 37 (12), 1131-1134, 2009
The geological record of ocean acidification
B Hönisch, A Ridgwell, DN Schmidt, E Thomas, SJ Gibbs, A Sluijs, ...
science 335 (6072), 1058-1063, 2012
Skeletal mineralogy in a high-CO2 world
JB Ries
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 403 (1-2), 54-64, 2011
A physicochemical framework for interpreting the biological calcification response to CO2-induced ocean acidification
JB Ries
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75 (14), 4053-4064, 2011
Low-magnesium calcite produced by coralline algae in seawater of Late Cretaceous composition
SM Stanley, JB Ries, LA Hardie
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 99 (24), 15323-15326, 2002
Geological and experimental evidence for secular variation in seawater Mg/Ca (calcite-aragonite seas) and its effects on marine biological calcification
JB Ries
Biogeosciences 7 (9), 2795-2849, 2010
Effect of ambient Mg/Ca ratio on Mg fractionation in calcareous marine invertebrates: A record of the oceanic Mg/Ca ratio over the Phanerozoic
JB Ries
Geology 32 (11), 981-984, 2004
Superheavy pyrite (δ34Spyr> δ34SCAS) in the terminal Proterozoic Nama Group, southern Namibia: A consequence of low seawater sulfate at the dawn of animal life
JB Ries, DA Fike, LM Pratt, TW Lyons, JP Grotzinger
Geology 37 (8), 743-746, 2009
Methods and compositions using calcium carbonate (A)
BR Constantz, K Farsad, C Camire, J Patterson, M Ginder‐Vogel, ...
US Patent 8,062,418, 2011
Scleractinian corals produce calcite, and grow more slowly, in artificial Cretaceous seawater
JB Ries, SM Stanley, LA Hardie
Geology 34 (7), 525-528, 2006
The influence of temperature and seawater carbonate saturation state on 13C–18O bond ordering in bivalve mollusks
RA Eagle, JM Eiler, AK Tripati, JB Ries, PS Freitas, C Hiebenthal, ...
Biogeosciences 10 (7), 4591-4606, 2013
A nonlinear calcification response to CO 2-induced ocean acidification by the coral Oculina arbuscula
JB Ries, AL Cohen, DC McCorkle
Coral Reefs 29 (3), 661-674, 2010
Methods and compositions using calcium carbonate
BR Constantz, K Farsad, C Camire, J Patterson, M Fernandez, K Yaccato, ...
US Patent 8,114,214, 2012
Seawater chemistry, coccolithophore population growth, and the origin of Cretaceous chalk
SM Stanley, JB Ries, LA Hardie
Geology 33 (7), 593-596, 2005
The reef-building coral Siderastrea siderea exhibits parabolic responses to ocean acidification and warming
KD Castillo, JB Ries, JF Bruno, IT Westfield
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 281 (1797), 20141856, 2014
Decline of forereef corals in response to recent warming linked to history of thermal exposure
KD Castillo, JB Ries, JM Weiss, FP Lima
Nature Climate Change 2 (10), 756-760, 2012
Beyond temperature: Clumped isotope signatures in dissolved inorganic carbon species and the influence of solution chemistry on carbonate mineral composition
AK Tripati, PS Hill, RA Eagle, JL Mosenfelder, J Tang, EA Schauble, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 166, 344-371, 2015
Ocean acidification impairs crab foraging behaviour
LF Dodd, JH Grabowski, MF Piehler, I Westfield, JB Ries
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1810), 20150333, 2015
Mg fractionation in crustose coralline algae: Geochemical, biological, and sedimentological implications of secular variation in the Mg/Ca ratio of seawater
JB Ries
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 70 (4), 891-900, 2006
Seawater Mg/Ca controls polymorph mineralogy of microbial CaCO3: A potential proxy for calcite‐aragonite seas in Precambrian time
JB Ries, MA Anderson, RT Hill
Geobiology 6 (2), 106-119, 2008
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