Highlighted publications

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Science

Rasher, D.B., Steneck, R.S., Halfar, J., Kroeker, K.J., Ries, J.B., Tinker, M.T., Chan, P.T.W., Fietzke, J., Kamenos, N.A., Konar, B.H., Lefcheck, J.S., Norley, C.J.D., Weitzman, B.P., Westfield, I.T., and Estes, J.A. (2020). Keystone predators govern the pathway and pace of climate impacts in a subarctic marine ecosystem. Science 369, 1351-1354. doi: 10.1126/science.aav7515

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Frontiers in Mar Sci

Kamenos, N. A., Hennige, S.J. 2018. Reconstructing four centuries of temperature induced bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Frontiers in Marine Sciences. doi: 10.3389/fmars.2018.00283

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Global Change Biology

Mao, J., Burdett, H.L., Mcgill, R.a.R., Newton, J., Gulliver, P., and Kamenos, N.A. (2020). Carbon burial over the last four millennia is regulated by both climatic and land use change. Global Change Biology. doi: 10.1111/gcb.15021

Journal of Phycology

McCoy, S. & Kamenos, N.A. 2015. Coralline algae in a changing world: Integrating ecological, physiological and geochemical responses to global change (review article). J. Phycol. 51:6-24 doi: 10.1111/jpy.12262

All publications

My group and I have published over 60 papers and book chapters on marine global change biology and biogeochemistry. See my Google Scholar profle for the most up to date list of publications and metrics

Book chapters:

1.          Kamenos, N.A., Burdett, H.L., & Darrenogue, N. Coralline algae as palaeoclimatic proxies. In Rhodolith/Maerl Beds: A Global Perspective (Eds: Riosmena-Rodríguez, R. Nelson, W. Aguire, J.). Elsevier. 2016 (ISBN: 3319293133)

2.          Roberts, J.M., Murray, F., Hennige, S., Fox, A., Henry, L-A., Kamenos, N.A., Gori, A., Anagnostou, E., Foster, G. Cold‐water corals in an era of rapid global change: are these the deep ocean’s most vulnerable ecosystems?. In: The cnidaria, past, present and future. (Eds; Goffredo, S and Dubinsky, Z). Elsevier. 2016 (in press).

3.          Foster, M.S, Filho, G.M.A., Kamenos, N.A., Riosmena-Rodríguez, R. & Steller, D.L. 2013. Rhodoliths and rhodolith beds. In: The revolution of science through SCUBA (Eds: Lang, M.A., Marinelli, R.L., Roberts, S.J. & Taylor, R.P.). Smithsonian Proceedings. 2013

 

Peer reviewed publications:​​

  1. Rasher, D.B., Steneck, R.S., Halfar, J., Kroeker, K.J., Ries, J.B., Tinker, M.T., Chan, P.T.W., Fietzke, J., Kamenos, N.A., Konar, B.H., Lefcheck, J.S., Norley, C.J.D., Weitzman, B.P., Westfield, I.T., and Estes, J.A. 2020. Keystone predators govern the pathway and pace of climate impacts in a subarctic marine ecosystem. Science 369, 1351-1354. doi: 10.1126/science.aav7515

  2. Mao, J., Burdett, H. L., McGill, R. A. R., Newton, J., Gulliver, P., & Kamenos, N. A. 2020. Carbon burial over the last four millennia is regulated by both climatic and land use change. Global Change Biology. doi:10.1111/gcb.15021

  3. Hennige, S., Wolfram, U., Wickes, L., Murray, F., Roberts, J.M., Kamenos, N.A, Schofield, S., Groetsch, A., Spiesz, E., and Aubin-Tam, M.-E. 2020. Crumbling reefs and cold-water coral habitat loss in a future ocean: evidence of ‘coralporosis’ as an indicator of habitat integrity. Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 668. doi: doi: 10.3389/fmars.2020.00668

  4. Schubert, N., Schoenrock, K. M., Aguirre, J., Kamenos, N. A., Silva, J., Horta, P. A., & Hofmann, L. C. 2020. Editorial: Coralline Algae: Globally Distributed Ecosystem Engineers. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7,352. doi:10.3389/fmars.2020.00352

  5. Porter, J., Austin, W., Burrows, M., Clarke, D., Davies, G., Kamenos, N.A., Riegel, S., Smeaton, C., Page, C., and Want, A. 2020. Blue carbon audit of Scottish waters. Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science 11, 0-96. doi: 10.7489/12262-1

  6. Schofield, J.E., Pearce, D.M., Mair, D.W.F., Rea, B.R., Lea, J.M., Kamenos, N.A., Schoenrock, K.M., Barr, I.D., and Edwards, K.J. 2019. Pushing the Limits: Palynological Investigations at the Margin of the Greenland Ice Sheet in the Norse Western Settlement. Environmental Archaeology, 1-15. doi: 10.1080/14614103.2019.1677075

  7. Schoenrock, K.M., Vad, J., Muth, A., Pearce, D.M., Rea, B.R., Schofield, J.E., and Kamenos, N.A. (2018). Biodiversity of kelp forests and coralline algae habitats in southwestern Greenland. Diversity 10, 117. doi: 10.3390/d10040117

  8. Schoenrock, K.M., Bacquet, M., Pearce, D., Rea, B.R., Schofield, J.E., Lea, J., Mair, D., and Kamenos, N.A. 2018. Influences of salinity on the physiology and distribution of the Arctic coralline algae, Lithothamnion glaciale (Corallinales, Rhodophyta). Journal of Phycology 54, 690-702. doi: 10.1111/jpy.12774

  9. Küpper, F.C., and Kamenos, N.A. 2018. The future of marine biodiversity and marine ecosystem functioning in UK coastal and territorial waters (including UK Overseas Territories)–with an emphasis on marine macrophyte communities. Botanica Marina 61, 521-535. doi: 10.1515/bot-2018-0076

  10. Kamenos, N.A., Hennige, S.J. 2018. Reconstructing four centuries of temperature-induced bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef. Front. Mar. Sciences doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2018.00283

  11. McCoy S.J., Kamenos, N.A. 2018. Coralline algal skeletal mineralogy affects grazer impacts. Glob. Change Biology doi: 10.1111/gcb.14370 (IF=8.4)

  12. McCoy S.J., Kamenos, N.A., Chung, P., Wooton, J.T., Pfister, C.A. 2018. A mineralogical record of ocean change: decadal and centennial patterns in the California mussel. Glob. Change Biology 24:2554-2562 doi.org/10.1111/gcb.14013 (IF=8.4)

  13. Burdett, H.L., Perna, G., McKay, L., Broomhead, G., Kamenos, N.A. 2018. Community-level sensitivity of a calcifying ecosystem to acute in situ CO2 enrichment. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 587:73-80 doi: https://doi.org/10.3354/meps12421 (IF=2.6)

  14. Pearce, D.M., Mair, D.W.F., Rea, B.R., Lea, J.M., Schofield, J.E., Kamenos, N.A. and Schoenrock, K. 2018. The glacial geomorphology of upper Godthåbsfjord (Nuup Kangerlua) in southwest Greenland. Journal of Maps 14:45-55 doi:10.1080/17445647.2017.1422447 (IF= 2.17)

  15. Recknagel, H., Kamenos, N.A., Elmer, K.R. 2018. Common lizards break Dollo’s law of irreversibility: genome-wide phylogenomics support a single origin of viviparity and re-evolution of oviparity. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution in press. 127, 579-588. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ympev.2018.05.029 (IF=4.0)

  16. Bach, L.L, Freer, J.J., Kamenos N.A. 2017. In situ response of tropical coralline algae to a novel thermal regime. Front. Mar. Sciences: doi: 10.3389/fmars.2017.00212 (IF=6.42)

  17. Hennige, S.J., Burdett, H.L., Perna, G., Tudhope, A.W. and Kamenos, N.A. 2017 The potential for coral reef establishment through free-living stabilization. Nature Sci. Rep., 7, 13322. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-13668-7 (IF=5.8)

  18. Kamenos N.A., Perna G, Gambi M.C., Micheli F, Kroeker K.J. 2016. Coralline algae in a naturally acidified ecosystem persist by maintaining control of skeletal mineralogy and size. Proc. R. Soc. B. 283:20161159. doi: 10.1098/rspb.2016.1159 (IF: 4.82)

  19. Fitzer, S.C., Chung, P., Maccherozzi, F., Dhesi, S.S., Kamenos, N.A., Phoenix, V.R., Cusack, M. 2016 Biomineral shell formation under ocean acidification: a shift from order to chaos. Nature Sci. Rep., 6, 21076. doi: 10.1038/srep21076 (IF = 5.8)

  20. van der Heijden, L. H., & Kamenos, N. A. 2015. Calculating the global contribution of coralline algae to total carbon burial. Biogeosciences, 12:6429-6441. doi:10.5194/bg-12-6429-2015 (IF = 3.75)

  21. Burdett, H.L., Hatton, A.D., & Kamenos, N.A. Coralline algae are a globally significant pool of marine dimethylated sulphur. 2015. Glob. Biogeochem. Cycles. 29:1845-1853 doi: 10.1002/2015GB005274 (IF = 4.5)

  22. Fitzer, S.C., Vittert, L., Bowman, A., Kamenos, N.A., Phoenix, V. R. & Cusack, M. 2015. Ocean acidification and temperature increase impacts mussel shell shape and thickness: problematic for protection? Ecol. Evolut. doi: 10.1002/ece3.1756 (IF = 2.3)

  23. Hennige, S.J., Wicks, L.C., Kamenos, N.A., Perna, G. Findlay, H.S. & Roberts, J.M. 2015. Hidden impacts of ocean acidification of live and dead coral framework. Proc. R. Soc. B. 282:20150990  doi: 10.1098/rspb.2015.0990 (IF = 5.68)

  24. Attard, K., Stahl, H., Kamenos, N.A., Turner, G., Burdett, H.L., Glud, N.R. 2015. Benthic oxygen exchange in a live coralline algal bed and an adjacent sandy habitat: an eddy covariance study. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 535: 99-115 doi: 10.3354/meps11413 (IF = 2.64)

  25. Burdett, H.L., Hatton, A.D. & Kamenos, N.A. 2015. Effects of reduced salinity on the photosynthetic characteristics and intracellular DMSP concentrations of the red coralline alga, Lithothamnion glaciale. Mar. Biol. 162:1077-1085  Doi:10.1007/s00227-015-2650-8 (IF = 2.5)

  26. Pauly, M., Kamenos, N.A., Donohue, P. & LeDrew, E. 2015 Coralline algal Mg-O bond strength as a marine pCO2 proxy. Geology. 43:267-270 doi:10.1130/G36386.1 (IF = 4.6)

  27. Fitzer, S.C., Zhu, W., Tanner, K.E., Phoenix, V.R., Kamenos, N.A. & Cusack, M. 2015 Ocean acidification alters the material properties of Mytilus edulis shells. J. R. Soc. Interface 20141227 doi:10.1098/rsif.2014.1227 (IF = 3.9)

  28. McCoy, S. & Kamenos, N.A. 2015. Coralline algae in a changing world: Integrating ecological, physiological and geochemical responses to global change (review article). J. Phycol. 51:6-24 doi: 10.1111/jpy.12262 (IF = 2.5)

  29. Cusack, M, Kamenos, N.A., Rollion-Bard, C. & Tricot, G. Red coralline algae assessed as marine pH proxies using 11B MAS NMR. Nature Sci. Rep. 5:8175 doi: 10.1038/srep08175 (IF = 5.0)

  30. Hennige, S.J., Morrison, C.L., Form, A.U., Büscher, J., Kamenos, N.A. & Roberts, J.M. 2014. Self-recognition in corals facilitates deep-sea habitat engineering. Nature Sci. Rep. 4:6782 doi: 10.1038/srep06782 (IF = 5)

  31. Fitzer, S., Phoenix, V., Cusack, M. & Kamenos, N.A. 2014. Ocean acidification changes mussel biomineralisation pathways. Nature Sci. Rep. 4:6218 doi: 10.1038/srep06218 (IF = 5)

  32. Burdett, H.L., Keddie, V., MacArthur, N., McDowall, L., McLeicsh, J., Spielvogel, E. & Kamenos, N.A. 2014. Dynamic photoinhibiton exhibited by Red Sea coralline algae. BMC Pl. Biol. 14:139 doi:10.1186/1471-2229-14-139 (IF = 4.4)

  33. Fitzer, S., Phoenix, V., Cusack, M. & Kamenos, N.A. 2014. Ocean acidification reduces crystallographic control in juvenile mussel shells. J. Struct. Biol. 188: 39-45 (IF = 3.4)

  34. Burdett, H.L., Carruthers, M., Donohue, P.J.C., Wicks, L., Hennige, S.J., Roberts, J.M. & Kamenos, N.A. 2014. Effects of high temperature and CO2 on intracellular DMSP in the cold-water coral, Lophelia pertusa. Mar. Biol. DOI 10.1007/s00227-014-2435-5. (IF = 2.5)

  35. Hennige S.J., Wicks L.C., Kamenos, N.A., Bakker D., Findlay H.S., Dumousseaud C. & Roberts J.M. 2014. Short – term metabolic and growth responses of the cold water coral Lophelia pertusa to predicted rises in atmospheric CO2. Deep Sea Research II. DOI:10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.07.005 (IF = 2.2)

  36. Brodie, J. et al. (including Kamenos, N.A.) 2014. The future of the NE Atlantic benthic flora in a high CO2 world. Ecology and Evolution. DOI:10.1002/ece3.1105. (IF = 1.2)

  37. Kamenos, N.A., Burdett, H.L., Aloisio, E., Findlay, H.F., Longbone, C., Dunn, J., Widdicombe, S. & Calosi, P. 2013. Coralline algae respond differently to rate and magnitude of ocean acidification. Global Change Biology. 19:3621–3628 doi:10.1111/gcb.12351 (IF = 8.2)

  38. Burdett, H.L., Donohue, P.J.C., Hatton. A.D., Alwany, M. & Kamenos, N.A. 2013. Spatiotemporal variability of dimethylsulphoniopropionate on a fringing coral reef: the role of reefal carbonate chemistry. PLoS One. 8: e64651. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0064651 (IF = 4.1)

  39. Cusack, M., Guo, D., Chung, P. & Kamenos, N.A. 2013. Biomineral repair of Abalone shell apertures. Structural Biology. 183:165-171 (IF = 3.4)

  40. Wicks, L.C., Hennige, S.J., Kamenos, N.A., and Roberts, J.M., 2013, Carbon budget of the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa. British Oceanographic Data Centre - Natural Environment Research Council. DOI:10.5285/e4887142-c2b6-2cde-e044-000b5de50f38

  41. Birchenough, S., Bremner, J, Henderson, P., Hinz, H., Jenkins, S., Mieszkowska, N., Roberts, J.M., Kamenos, N.A. & Plenty, S. 2013. Shallow and shelf subtidal habitats and ecology. DEFRA Marine Climate Change Impact Card.

  42. Birchenough, S., Bremner, J, Henderson, P., Hinz, H., Jenkins, S., Mieszkowska, N., Roberts, J.M., Kamenos, N.A. & Plenty, S. 2013. Impacts of climate change on shallow and shelf subtidal habitats. MCCIP Science Review 2013: 193-203. DOI:10.14465/2013.arc20.193-203.

  43. Kamenos, N.A., Hoey, T., Nienow, P., Fallick, A.E. & Claverie, T. 2012. Reconstructing Greenland Ice Sheet runoff using red coralline algae. Geology. 40:1095-1098 doi:10.1130/G33405.1 (IF = 4.0)

  44. Burdett H.L., Aloisio E., Calosi P., Findlay H.S., Widdicombe S., Hatton A.D. & Kamenos, N.A. 2012. The effect of chronic and acute low pH on the intracellular DMSP production and epithelial cell morphology of red coralline algae. Mar. Biol. Res. 8:756-763 (IF = 1.1)

  45. Rix, L.N., Burdett, H.L. & Kamenos N.A. 2012. Irradiance-mediated dimethylsulphoniopropionate (DMSP) responses of red coralline algae. Est. Coast. Shelf Sci. 96:268-272 (IF = 2.6)

  46. Burdett, H.L., Hennige, S.J., Francis, F.T.-Y., & Kamenos, N.A. 2012. Characterising the photokinetics of red coralline algae using pulse amplitude modulation (PAM) fluorometry. Bot. Marina. 55: 499-509. DOI: 10.1515/bot-2012-0135(IF = 1.4)

  47. Burdett, H.L, Kamenos, N.A. & Law, A. 2011. Using coralline algae to understand historic marine cloud cover. Palaeoceanog. Palaeoclimat. Palaeoecol. 302: 65-70 (IF = 2.8)

  48. Kamenos, N.A. 2010. North Atlantic summers have warmed more than winters since 1351 and the response of marine zooplankton. PNAS. 107, 22442-22447. (IF = 9.8)

  49. Kamenos, N.A. & Law, A. 2010. Temperature controls on coralline algal growth. J. Phycol. 46: 331-335. (IF = 2.8)

  50. Kamenos, N.A., Cusack, M., Huthwelker, T., Lagarde, P. & Scheibling, R.E. 2009. Mg-lattice associations in red coralline algae. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta.73: 1901-1907 (IF = 3.8)

  51. Kamenos, N.A., Strong, S.C., Shenoy, D., Wilson, S.T., Hatton, A.D. & Moore, P.G. 2008. Red coralline algae as a source of the climate gas dimethylsulphoniopropionate. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 372: 61-66. (IF = 2.6)

  52. Kamenos, N.A., Cusack, M. & Moore, P.G. 2008. Red coralline algae are global palaeothermometers with bi-weekly resolution. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. 72: 771-779 (IF = 3.8)

  53. Linge,H., Lauritzen, S.E., Mangerud, J, Kamenos, N.A. & Ghererdi, J.-M. 2008. Assessing the use of U-Th dating for cold-water calcareous algae. Quat. Geochron. 3: 76-88 (IF = 2.5)

  54. Claveire, T & Kamenos, N.A. 2008. Spawning aggregations and mass movements in subtidal Onchidoris bilamellata (Mollusca; Opisthobranchia). J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 88: 157-159. (IF = 0.8)

  55. Kamenos, N.A., Calosi, P. & Moore, P.G. 2006. Substratum-mediated heart rate responses of an invertebrate to predation threat. Anim. Behav. 71: 809-813. (IF = 2.7)

  56. Downie, J.R., Robinson, E., Linklater-McLennan, R.J. & Kamenos, N.A. 2005. The costs of extended larval transport in the Trinidadian stream frog, Mannophryne trinitatis (Dendrobatodae). J. Nat. Hist. 39: 2023-2034 (IF = 0.6)

  57. Kamenos, N.A., Moore, P.G. & Hall-Spencer, J.M. 2004. Nursery-area function of maerl (subtidal red coralline algae) grounds for juvenile queen scallops Aequipecten opercularis and other invertebrates. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser. 274: 183-189 (IF = 2.3)

  58. Kamenos, N.A., Moore, P.G. & Hall-Spencer, J.M. 2004. The small-scale distribution of gadoids in shallow inshore waters; what role does maerl play? ICES J. Mar. Sci. 61: 422-429 (IF = 1.5)

  59. Kamenos, N.A., Moore, P.G. & Hall-Spencer, J.M. 2004. Maerl grounds provide both refuge and high growth potential for juvenile queen scallops (Aequipecten opercularis). J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 313: 241-254 (IF = 1.9)

  60. Kamenos, N.A., Moore, P.G. & Hall-Spencer, J.M. 2004. The attachment of the juvenile queen scallop (Aequipecten opercularis) to maerl in mesocosm conditions: juvenile habitat selection. J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 306: 139-155 (IF = 1.9)

  61. Jackson, C.M., Kamenos N.A., Moore, P.G. & Young, M. 2004. Meiofaunal bivalves in maerl, and other substrata; their diversity and community structure. Ophelia 58: 49-60 (IF = 0.6)

  62. Kamenos, N.A., Moore, P.G. & Hall-Spencer, J.M. 2003. The heterogeneity of dredged versus un-dredged maerl grounds. J. Mar. Biol. Assoc. U.K. 83: 411-413 (IF = 0.8)

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