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Marine Biology Section, Department of Biology, University of Copenhagen (Denmark)

Monitoring dynamic diurnal changes in oxygen, pH and temperature on coral reefs

Involved scientists: M. Mosshammer, E.C.L. Trampe & M. Kühl

ECOBIOC, UMR 5805 EPOC – OASU, University of Bordeaux (France)

Total Oxygen Uptake and Bioirrigation Activity in Coastal Sediments

Involved scientists: B. Deflandre & O. Maire

University of Turku (Finland)

Photosynthetic Oxygen Evolution

Involved scientists: Vesa Havurinne & Esa Tyystjärvi

Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (USA)

Small Marine Invertebrate Comparative Physiology

Involved scientists: Amy E. Maas & Ann M. Tarrant

Australian Institute of Marine Science, The Sven Lovén Centre for Marine Sciences, University of Gothenburg (Sweden)

Perch Have What It Takes to Beat the Heat

Involved scientists: Timothy Clark, Andreas Ekström, Fredrik Jutfelt & Erik Sandblom

ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University (Australia)

Climate Change Relevant Stressors on Coral Reef Fish Physiology

Involved scientist: Jodie L. Rummer

University of Ulm (Germany)

Analyzing Dissolved Oxygen in Cerebrospinal Fluid

Involved scientists: Paula Fortes & Martina Merk

Royal Netherlands institute of Sea Research (NIOZ), Ecosystem Studies (YES)

Sediment Oxygen Uptake in the seasonally hypoxic Lake Grevelingen

Involved scientists: Dorina Seitaj, Pieter van Rijswijk & Filip Meysman

Faculty of Agricultural Sciences and Landscape Architecture, Hochschule Osnabrück (Germany)

Earthworm behavior in artificial soil columns under poor soil air conditions

University of Glasgow, Scotland (UK)

Effects of temperature fluctuations on the metabolic rate and aerobic capacity of fish

UVaMOX. E.T.S. Ingenierías Agrarias, Universidad de Valladolid, Palencia (Spain)

Measurements of the Oxygen Transfer Rate in an Oak Barrel

Institute for Environmental Sciences, University of Koblenz-Landau (Germany)

Acquisition of an Oxygen Transect in a Small Lake

Max Planck Institute for Marine Microbiology, Microsensor Group (Germany)

pH Changes around a CO2 Seep using pH Robust Probes in Sediment

Involved scientist: Dirk deBeer

Medical University Graz, Core Facility Alternative Biomodels and Preclinical Imaging (Austria)

Continuous pH monitoring of suspension and adherent human cell culture

Involved scientists: Beate Rinner & Thomas Hebesberger

Aarhus University Centre for Water Technology, Department of Biology, Section for Microbiology

Using the Combined O2, pH and Temperature Respiration Vials to Study Photosynthesis

Involved scientist: Fabian Steininger, Theresa Merl, Klaus Koren