Rivero-Calle Lab Publications

Published

(*= student mentored by Dr. Rivero-Calle)

1. Del Castillo CE., Signorini S, Karakoylu E, Rivero-Calle S, (2019). Is the Southern Ocean getting greener? Geophysical Research Letters. DOI:10.1029/2019GL083163. link to pdf 

2. Sieradzki ET*, Fuhrman JA, Rivero-Calle S, Gómez-Consarnau L. (2018) Proteorhodopsins dominate the expression of phototrophic mechanisms in seasonal and dynamic marine picoplankton communities. PeerJ 6:e5798; DOI 10.7717/peerj.5798. link to pdf 

3. Jiang H., Fu F, Rivero-Calle S., Levine N.M., Sañudo-Wilhelmy S.A., Qu P.*, Wang X., Pinedo Gonzalez P., Zhu Z., Hutchins D. (2018). Ocean warming alleviates iron limitation of marine nitrogen fixation. Nature Climate Change. doi 10.1038/s41558-018-0216-8 link to pdf 

4. Rivero-Calle S, Del Castillo CE, Gnanadesikan A, Dezfuli A., Zaitchik B. Johns D. (2016). Interdecadal Trichodesmium variability in cold North Atlantic waters. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 30, 1620–1638. doi:10.1002/2015GB005361. link to pdf 

5. Asch R, Pilcher D, Rivero-Calle S, Holding J. (2016). Demystifying models: Answers to Ten Common Questions that Ecologists Have about Earth System Models. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 25: 65–70. doi:10.1002/lob.10113. link to pdf 

6. Krumhardt K. and S. Rivero-Calle (2016). A chalkier ocean? Multi-decadal increases in North Atlantic coccolithophore populations. Ocean Carbon and Biogeochemistry News. Volume 9, Number 3. Fall 2016. link to pdf 

7. Rivero-Calle S, and Johns D. (2016). Trichodesmium in cold North Atlantic waters. SAHFOS 2016 Annual Report, page 31. link to pdf 

8. Coble, A. A., Asch, R. G., Rivero-Calle, S., Heerhartz, S. M., Holding, J. M., Kremer, C. T., Finiguerra, M. and Strock, K. E. (2016). Climate is variable, but is our science? Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 25: 71–76. doi:10.1002/lob.10115. link to pdf 

9. Rivero-Calle S, Gnanadesikan A, Del Castillo CE, Balch WB, Guikema S. (2015). Multidecadal increase in North Atlantic coccolithophores and the potential role of rising CO2. Science, 2015: 350 (6267), 1533-1537. doi:10.1126/science.aaa8026. link to pdf 

10. Co-authors in alphabetical order: R. Appeldoorn, R. Armstrong, D. Ballantine, C. Caldow, Christopher F.G. Jeffrey, S. Rivero-Calle, H. Ruiz, E. Weil, AGRRA, CARICOMP and NOAA Biogeography Branch (2014). GCRMN Caribbean report: Status and Trends of Caribbean Coral Reefs: 1970-2012. Puerto Rico Chapter. Editors: J Jackson, M. Donovan, K. Cramer, V. Lam. link to pdf 

11. Co-authors in alphabetical order: A. Arellano, N. Briggs, F. Cao, A. Chase, H. Chen, A Dave, C. Goyens, F. Henderikx, C. Kearney, M. Kheireddine S. Mishra, A. Neeley, M. Omand, L. Powers, A. Reisinger, S. Rivero-Calle, B. Russell, B. Seegers, R. Vandermeulen, W. Zhu. (2011). Technical document on Measurement, Processing, and Analysis Techniques for Optical Oceanography Data. University of Maine. link to pdf 

12. Rivero Calle, S. (2010) Ecological Aspects of Sponges in Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems. M.Sc. dissertation, University of Puerto Rico, Mayaguez (Puerto Rico). link to pdf 

13. Armstrong RA, Singh HA, Rivero S, Gilbes F. (2008). Monitoring Coral Reefs in Optically-Deep Waters. Proceedings of the11th International Coral Reef Symposium. 2008. Vol. 1; 593-597. link to pdf 

14. Rivero-Calle S. Armstrong RA, Soto-Santiago FJ. (2008). Biological and physical characteristics of a mesophotic coral reef: Black Jack reef, Vieques, Puerto Rico. Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium. Vol. 1: 567-571. link to pdf 

 

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