Todd Martz
Todd Martz
Professor of Marine Chemistry, University of California San Deigo
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High-frequency dynamics of ocean pH: a multi-ecosystem comparison
GE Hofmann, JE Smith, KS Johnson, U Send, LA Levin, F Micheli, ...
PloS one 6 (12), e28983, 2011
7232011
High temporal and spatial variability of dissolved oxygen and pH in a nearshore California kelp forest.
CA Frieder, SH Nam, TR Martz, LA Levin
Biogeosciences 9 (10), 2012
2342012
Testing the Honeywell Durafet« for seawater pH applications
TR Martz, JG Connery, KS Johnson
Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 8 (5), 172-184, 2010
2252010
Diel variability in seawater pH relates to calcification and benthic community structure on coral reefs
NN Price, TR Martz, RE Brainard, JE Smith
PloS one 7 (8), e43843, 2012
1462012
The ocean acidification seascape and its relationship to the performance of calcifying marine invertebrates: Laboratory experiments on the development of urchin larvae framedá…
CY Pauline, PG Matson, TR Martz, GE Hofmann
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 400 (1-2), 288-295, 2011
1302011
A submersible autonomous sensor for spectrophotometric pH measurements of natural waters
TR Martz, JJ Carr, CR French, MD DeGrandpre
Analytical chemistry 75 (8), 1844-1850, 2003
1092003
Best practices for autonomous measurement of seawater pH with the Honeywell Durafet
PJ Bresnahan Jr, TR Martz, Y Takeshita, KS Johnson, M LaShomb
Methods in Oceanography 9, 44-60, 2014
1072014
A climatology‐based quality control procedure for profiling float oxygen data
Y Takeshita, TR Martz, KS Johnson, JN Plant, D Gilbert, SC Riser, C Neill, ...
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 118 (10), 5640-5650, 2013
702013
Ocean metabolism observed with oxygen sensors on profiling floats in the South Pacific
TR Martz, KS Johnson, SC Riser
Limnology and Oceanography 53 (5part2), 2094-2111, 2008
702008
Near-shore Antarctic pH variability has implications for the design of ocean acidification experiments
L Kapsenberg, AL Kelley, EC Shaw, TR Martz, GE Hofmann
Scientific Reports 5, 9638, 2015
692015
Applications of in situ pH measurements for inorganic carbon calculations
SEC Gray, MD DeGrandpre, TS Moore, TR Martz, GE Friederich, ...
Marine Chemistry 125 (1-4), 82-90, 2011
692011
Deep-Sea DuraFET: A pressure tolerant pH sensor designed for global sensor networks
KS Johnson, HW Jannasch, LJ Coletti, VA Elrod, TR Martz, Y Takeshita, ...
Analytical chemistry 88 (6), 3249-3256, 2016
682016
Including high-frequency variability in coastal ocean acidification projections
Y Takeshita, CA Frieder, TR Martz, JR Ballard, RA Feely, S Kram, S Nam, ...
502015
Technology for ocean acidification research: Needs and availability
TR Martz, KL Daly, RH Byrne, JH Stillman, D Turk
Oceanography 28 (2), 40-47, 2015
432015
Tracer monitored titrations: Measurement of total alkalinity
TR Martz, AG Dickson, MD DeGrandpre
Analytical chemistry 78 (6), 1817-1826, 2006
432006
Autonomous ocean measurements in the California Current Ecosystem
MD Ohman, DL Rudnick, A Chekalyuk, RE Davis, RA Feely, M Kahru, ...
Oceanography 26 (3), 18-25, 2013
422013
Characterization of an ion sensitive field effect transistor and chloride ion selective electrodes for pH measurements in seawater
Y Takeshita, TR Martz, KS Johnson, AG Dickson
Analytical chemistry 86 (22), 11189-11195, 2014
402014
Sensors and systems for in situ observations of marine carbon dioxide system variables
RH Byrne, MD DeGrandpre, RT Short, TR Martz, L Merlivat, C McNeil, ...
Proceedings of OceanObs’ 09: Sustained Ocean Observations and Informationá…, 2010
392010
Sea surface pCO2 and carbon export during the Labrador Sea spring‐summer bloom: An in situ mass balance approach
TR Martz, MD DeGrandpre, PG Strutton, WR McGillis, WM Drennan
Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 114 (C9), 2009
362009
High-frequency observations of pH under Antarctic sea ice in the southern Ross Sea
PG Matson, TR Martz, GE Hofmann
Antarctic Science 23 (6), 607, 2011
342011
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