Further Reading

  • ACE CRC (2008). Position analysis: Ocean fertilisation: Science and policy issues. ACE CRC, Hobart, May 2008.
  • FAO (2012). State of world fisheries and aquaculture.
  • Harrison, DP (2013)  "A method for estimating the cost to sequester carbon dioxide by delivering iron to the ocean".  International Journal of Global Warming, vol. 5, pp. 231-254. 
  • Harrison, DP (2017). Global negative emissions capacity of ocean macronutrient fertilisation. Environmental Research Letters, Volume 12, Number 3, Negative Emission Scenarios and Technologies.
  • Intergovernmental Oceanographic Commission (2008). Information document IOC/inf-1247. Report on the IMO London Convention Scientific Group meeting on ocean fertilization, June 2008.
  • Jones, ISF (2004). The enhancement of marine productivity for climate stabilisation and food security. Chapter in Handbook of Microalgal Culture, ed A. Richmond, Blackwell, Oxford.
  • Jones ISF and Young HE (1997). Engineering a large sustainable world fishery. Journal of Environmental Conservation, vol. 24, p.99-104.
  • Jones ISF (2011). Contrasting micro- and macro- nutrient nourishment of the ocean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, vol. 425, p.281-29.
  • Jones, ISF and M Renilson (2011)  "Using ocean nourishment to increase fishing effectiveness".  Journal of Ocean Technology, vol. 6, pp. 30-37.
  • Judd, B, DP Harrison and ISF Jones (2008)  "Engineering ocean nourishment".  Proceedings of the World Congress of Engineering, vol. 2, pp. 1315-1319, ISBN 978-988-17012-3-7.  
  • Lampitt RS, Achterberg EP, Anderson TR, Hughes JA, Iglesias-Rodriguez MD, Kelly-Gerreyn BA, Lucas M, Popova EE, Sanders R, Shepherd JG, Smythe- Wright D & Yool A (2008). Ocean fertilization: a potential means of geoengineering?. Philosophical Transaction of the Royal Society A, vol. 366, no. 1882, p.3919–3945.
  • Lawrence MW, (2014).  Efficiency of carbon sequestration by added reactive nitrogen in ocean fertilisation.  International Journal of Global Warming, Volume 6, No. 1.
  • Matear, RJ and B Elliott (2004)  "Enhancement of oceanic uptake of anthropogenic CO2 by macro-nutrient fertilization".  Journal of Geophysical Research, vol. 109, C04001, pp. 14.  doi: 10.1029/2000JC000321. 
  • Murray, BC, et al (2010). Payments for blue carbon - Potential for protecting threatened coastal habitats. Nicholas Institute for Environmental Policy Solutions, Duke University.
  • Rehdanz K, Tola RSJ, Wetzeld P (2006). Ocean carbon sinks and international climate policy. Elsevier Energy Policy, vol. 34, p.3516-3526.
  • Royal Society (2009). Geoengineering the climate: Science, governance and uncertainty. Report, September 2009.
  • Schmidhuber J and Tubiello FN (2007). Global food security under climate change. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, vol. 104, no. 50, p.19707.
  • Shoji, K and ISF Jones (2001)  "The costing of carbon credits from ocean nourishment plants".  Science of the Total Environment, vol. 277, pp. 27-31.
  • UNEP (2008). The environmental food crisis: – The environment’s role in averting future food crises. UNEP Rapid Response Assessment.
  • UNEP (2009). Blue Carbon – The role of healthy oceans in binding carbon. UNEP Rapid Response Assessment
  • Wallace DWR, et al (2010). Ocean fertilization. A scientific summary for policy makers. IOC/ UNESCO, Paris (IOC/BRO/2010/2).
  •  Ware DM and Thompson RE (2005). Bottom-up ecosystem trophic dynamics determine fish production in the NE Pacific. Science, vol. 308, no. 5726, p.1280-1284. DOI:10.1126/science. 1109049