Items where Author is "Keller, David"

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Article in a Scientific Journal - peer-reviewed

Keller, D., Lee, D. Y. and Hood, R. R. (2014) Turbidity Maximum Entrapment of Phytoplankton in the Chesapeake Bay Estuaries and Coasts, 37 . pp. 279-298. DOI 10.1007/s12237-013-9692-2.

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Keller, D., Feng, Y. and Oschlies, A. (2014) Potential climate engineering effectiveness and side effects during a high CO2-emissions scenario Nature Communications, 5 (3304). pp. 1-11. DOI 10.1038/ncomms4304.


Kvale, K. F., Meissner, K. J., Keller, D., Eby, M. and Schmittner, A. (Submitted) Explicit planktic calcifiers in the University of Victoria Earth System Climate Model Geoscientific Model Development Discussions .

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Lee, D. Y., Keller, D., Crump, B. C. and Hood, R. R. (2012) Community metabolism and energy transfer in the Chesapeake Bay estuarine turbidity maximum Marine Ecology Progress Series, 449 . pp. 65-82. DOI 10.3354/meps09543.

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Keller, D., Oschlies, A. and Eby, M. (2012) A new marine ecosystem model for the University of Victoria Earth System Climate Model Geoscientific Model Development, 5 . pp. 1195-1220. DOI 10.5194/gmd-5-1195-2012.

Conference presentation


Keller, D., Feng, Y. and Oschlies, A. (2013) Climate engineering unlikely to prevent disruptive climate change if CO2 emissions remain high [Public Lecture] In: GEOMAR FB2 Seminar, 27.05.2013, Kiel, Germany .


Keller, D. (2013) The Role of Modelling in Climate Engineering Research [Invited talk] In: SPP 1689 PhD workshop, 22.-24.09.2013, Plön, Germany .


Keller, D., Feng, Y. and Oschlies, A. (2013) SHOULD CLIMATE ENGINEERING BE CONSIDERED TO DEAL WITH CLIMATE CHANGE? AN EARTH SYSTEM MODEL EVALUATION OF MULTIPLE CLIMATE ENGINEERING APPROACHES [Talk] In: IMBER IMBIZO III, 28.-31.01. 2013, Goa, India .

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Keller, D. and Oschlies, A. (2011) Global Marine Biogeochemical Modeling and the Value of Mesocosm Data: It's Usefulness, Problems, and Potential [Invited talk] In: MESOAQUA PhD Course/Workshop, 29.08.-02.09.2011, IFM-GEOMAR, Kiel, Germany .


Keller, D. and Hood, R. (2010) A Steady-State Comparative Simulation of Dissolved Organic Matter Cycling in Idealized Oceanic, Coastal, and Estuarine Surface Waters: The Role of the Planktonic Community Structure and Nutrient Loading [Talk] In: IMBER IMBIZO ll “Integrating biogeochemistry and ecosystems in a changing ocean: Regional comparisons”, 10.-14.10 2010, Crete, Greece .

Conference poster


Keller, D. and Oschlies, A. (2014) Investigating the role that the Southern Ocean biological pump plays in determining global ocean oxygen concentrations and deoxygenation [Poster] In: Ocean Sciences Meeting 2014, 23.-28.02.2014, Honululu, Hawaii, USA .


Feng, Y., Keller, D., Koeve, W. and Oschlies, A. (2014) Ocean alkalinization - an application for coral reef conservation [Poster] In: Ocean Sciences Meeting 2014, 23.-28.02.2014, Honululu, Hawaii, USA .

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Keller, D. and Oschlies, A. (2013) Investigating the role that the Southern Ocean biological pump plays in determining global ocean oxygen concentrations and deoxygenation [Poster] In: EUR-OCEANS Hot Topics Conference, 6.-8.11.2013, Gran Canaria, Spain .


Keller, D., Feng, Y. and Oschlies, A. (2013) SHOULD CLIMATE ENGINEERING BE CONSIDERED TO DEAL WITH CLIMATE CHANGE? AN EARTH SYSTEM MODEL EVALUATION OF MULTIPLE CLIMATE ENGINEERING APPROACHES [Poster] In: IMBER IMBIZO III, 28.-31.01.2013, Goa, India .


Keller, D. and Oschlies, A. (2012) Investigating the Net Impact of Ecosystem Seasonality on Biogeochemistry in Climate Change Simulations [Poster] In: ASLO Ocean Sciences Meeting 2012, 20.-24.02.2012, Salt Lake City, USA .

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