Research project

Quantification of the metabolic proteins that drive biogeochemical cycles in marine systems


Lead researcher

Professor Tom Bibby

Professor of Biological Oceanography

Research interests

  • (1) The role of photosynthetic microbes in global biogeochemical cycles(2) The use of photosynthetic microbes for sustainable products
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Other researchers

Professor Mark Moore

Professor of Oceanography

Research interests

  • Marine Biogeochemistry
  • Oceanic nutrient and carbon cycling
  • Phytoplankton photosynthesis
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Research outputs

Cristina Fernández-González, María Pérez-Lorenzo, Nicola Pratt, Christopher Moore, Thomas Bibby & Emilio Marañón, 2020, Journal of Phycology, 56(3), 818-829
Type: article
Qian Li, J. Huisman, Thomas Bibby & Nianzhi Jiao, 2019, Frontiers in Microbiology, 10(650), 1-12
Type: article
Thomas J. Ryan-Keogh, Liza M. DeLizo, Walker O. Smith, Peter N. Sedwick, Dennis J. McGillicuddy, C. Mark Moore & Thomas S. Bibby, 2017, Journal of Marine Systems, 166, 87-96
Type: article
Joseph T. Snow, Despo Polyviou, Paul Skipp, Nathan A.M. Chrismas, Andrew Hitchcock, Richard Geider, C. Mark Moore & Thomas S. Bibby, 2015, PLoS ONE, 10(11), 1-24
Type: article
D.J. McGillicuddy, P.N. Sedwick, M.S. Dinniman, K.R. Arrigo, T.S. Bibby, B.J.W. Greenan, E.E. Hofmann, J.M. Klinck, W.O. Smith, S.L. Mack, C.M. Marsay, B.M. Sohst & G.L. van Dijken, 2015, Geophysical Research Letters, 42(19), 8088-8097
Type: article