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Please fill in your details here so that we can showcase all the NZOA community research - there are 7 columns
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Abby SmithUOtagoMarine Carbonate Biogeochemistry (“what happens to shells in the sea?”)Marine Carbonate Sedimentology:Effects of ocean chemistry (pH, carbonate, Mg:Ca) on marine shelf carbonate sediments, especially dissolution potential in the context of ocean acidification
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Geochemistry (stable isotopes, mineralogy, trace metals) of skeletal marine carbonate sediments and patterns in biomineralisation
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The effects of taphonomic processes (abrasion, bioerosion, dissolution) on shelf faunas and the carbonate budget
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New Zealand shelf carbonate sediment facies and controls on their distribution
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Shelf and coastal sedimentary processes, history and budgets
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Bryozoans of New ZealandGeochemistry of NZ bryozoans as a record of global sea water changes over time
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Age, calcification rate, and preservation of large structure-forming bryozoans
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Paleoenvironmental interpretation using bryozoans
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Systematics, identification and classification of New Zealand bryozoans
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Control of fouling bryozoans in freshwater reservoirs and pipes
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Victoria MetcalfOPMCSAMolecular biology, biochemistry, scicomm and outreachOA impacts on shellfish; public engagementImpacts of OA on Antarctic and NZ shellfish species,using molecular, physiological and biochemical techniques. Scicomm and publicengagement strategies.www.carim.nzLeader for outreach and engagement for CARIM
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Di TraceyNIWADeep sea coralsOA impacts on deep sea coralsLive Deepwater Coral Experiment
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Age and growth of deep-sea corals to investigate impacts from OA
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Distribution of corals - for use in relation to regional environmental data (e.g., depth, temperature, salinity, carbonate chemistry)
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International liaisons deep-sea corals and OA
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