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Barbara D'Amario

Barbara D'Amario
Earth Science Editing

PhD

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Introduction
Through "Earth Science Editing", I offer editing services targeted to scientists, university students, companies, and nonprofit organisations. I am specialised in the Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences. Please visit www.earthsciencediting.com to know more. I received my PhD at the Autonomous University of Barcelona, under the supervision of Patrizia Ziveri and Michaël Grelaud.

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Publications (7)
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Coccolithophores are unicellular pelagic algae, capable of calcification. In the Mediterranean Sea, several species have a well-known haplo-diploid life cycle, alternating the production of different types of calcite plates, the holo- and hetero-coccoliths. We analyzed the distribution of both phases along a W-E Mediterranean transect during April...
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To understand the response of marine calcifying organisms under high CO2 scenarios, it is critical to study their calcification patterns in the natural environment. This paper focuses on a major calcifying phytoplankton group, the coccolithophores, through the analysis of water samples collected along a WE Mediterranean transect during two research...
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Mesocosm experiments have been fundamental to investigate the effects of elevated CO2 and ocean acidification (OA) on planktic communities. However, few of these experiments have been conducted using naturally nutrient-limited waters and/or considering the combined effects of OA and ocean warming (OW). Coccolithophores are a group of calcifying phy...
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Campo al Bello (Monte Nerone, Piobbico, PU) is one of best places to study the high structural succession of the Umbria-Marche basin. The entire Jurassic sequence, between the Calcare Massiccio and the Majolica formations, is about 42 m thick and includes every member of the so-called Bugarone Formation (Calcari Stratificati Grigi, Calcari Nodulari...

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Through "Earth Science Editing", I offer editing and translation (ENG > ITA) services to scientists, university students, companies, and nonprofit organisations. Although specialised in the Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences, I have also gained working experience in other Natural Science disciplines and purely technical topics. Please contact me or visit the website "www.earthsciencediting.com" to know more. I work on texts written in English and/or Italian.
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Coccolithophores, Mediterranean Sea, warming, acidification, holococcolithophores, heterococcolithophores, diversity