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Details of Prof. John Beardall   


Gender male
Job title Professor
Department School of Biological Sciences
Monash University, School of Biological Sciences Clayton Campus Bld 18
Regions Sea of Azov
Tel (61)[3]99055611
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Website http://www.monash.edu/science/schools/biological-sciences/staff2/beardall
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Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Activities Major research activities centre around the ecophysiology of algae with particular regard to the mechanisms of acquisition of inorganic carbon by these organisms. Other interests include (i)the interactions between inorganic carbon acquisition and the availability of other nutrients such as N and Fe; (ii)the effects of climate change on the physiology and productivity of phytoplankton and iii)productivity and ecophysiology of benthic microalgae.
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Prof. John BEARDALL)

Pantorno A., Holland D.P. , Stojkovic S and Beardall J. (2013). Impacts of nitrogen limitation on the sinking rate of the coccolithophorid Emiliania huxleyi (Prymnesiophyceae). Phycologia 52 (3), 288?294 Jin P, Gao K, Beardall J (2013) Evolutionary responses of a coccolithophorid Gephyrocapsa oceanica to ocean acidification. Evolution doi:10.1111/evo.12112 Raven JA, Beardall J Larkum AWD and Sánchez-Baracaldo P (2013) Interactions of photosynthesis with genome size and function. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London Series B (accepted March 2013) Stojkovic S, Beardall J and Matear R (2013) CO2 concentrating mechanisms in three Southern Hemisphere strains of Emiliania huxleyi. J Phycol doi: 10.1111/jpy.12074 Woodland, RJ, Holland DP, Beardall, J, Smith J, Scicluna T and Cook PLM (2013) Assimilation of diazotrophic nitrogen into pelagic food webs. PLos ONE 8(6):e67588. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0067588
Flynn, KJ, Blackford JC, Baird ME, Raven JA, Clark DR, Beardall J, Brownlee C, Fabian H and Wheeler G (2012) Changes in pH at the exterior surface of plankton with ocean Acidification. Nature Climate Change doi:10.1038/nclimate1489
Hepburn C.D., Pritchard D.W., Cornwall C.E., McLeod R.J., Beardall J., Raven J.A., Hurd C.L. (2011). Diversity of carbon use strategies in a kelp forest community. A window to a high CO2 ocean? Global Change Biology 17: doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2486.2011.02411.x
Boelen P, van de Poll WH, van der Strata HJ, Neven IA, Beardall J and Buma AGJ (2011) Neither elevated nor reduced CO2 affects the photophysiological performance of the marine Antarctic diatom Chaetoceros brevis. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 406: 38?45
Chung, I.K, Beardall, J, Mehta, S., Sahoo, D and Stojkovic S (2011) Using Marine Macroalgae for Carbon Sequestration: a critical appraisal. Journal of Applied Phycology , 23:877?886
Ihnken, S., Roberts, S. and Beardall, J. (2011) Differential responses of growth and photosynthesis in the marine diatom Chaetoceros muellerii (Lemmermann, 1898) to CO2 and light availability. Phycologia 50 (2): 182?193
Finkel, Z, Beardall, J, Flynn, K, Quigg, A, Rees, T and Raven, J. (2010) Phytoplankton in a changing world: cell size and elemental stoichiometry. Journal of Plankton Research 32: 119-137.
Flynn K. J., Raven J.A., Rees T.A.V., Finkel, Z.V, Quigg A., Beardall J. (2010) . Is the growth rate hypothesis applicable to microalgae? J. Phycology 46: 1-12.
Beardall J. Stojkovic S. and Larsen S. (2009) Living in a high CO2 world: Impacts of global climate change on marine phytoplankton. Plant Ecology and Diversity 2: 191-205.
Beardall, J., Ihnken, S. and Quigg, A. (2009). Gross and net primary production: Closing the gap between concepts and measurements. Aquatic Microbial Ecology 56: 113-122.
Beardall J, Sobrino C and Stojkovic S. (2009) Interactions between the impacts of ultraviolet radiation, elevated CO2, and nutrient limitation on marine primary producers. Photochemical & Photobiological Sciences. 8: 1257 ? 1265

Group(s): GLODIR
Created: 1997-03-25 Last Updated: 2016-06-16 by John BEARDALL