Response of Acropora digitifera to ocean acidification: constraints from δ11B, Sr, Mg, and Ba compositions of aragonitic skeletons cultured under variable seawater p H. Coral Reefs,34: 1139–1149, DOI 10.1007/s00338-015-1319-6.

In mid-2009 he was appointed to UWA as a Western Australian Premier’s Fellow.

Professor Mc Culloch received his Ph D from the Californian Institute of Technology (Caltech) and previously held an appointment at the Australian National University. Crustose coralline algal growth, calcification and mortality following a marine heatwave in Western Australia.

He is an ISI Highly Cited Researcher and has published over 270 scientific papers in leading international journals including 26 in Science and Nature.[293] 2015 Schoepf, V., Stat, M., Falter, J. Limits to thermal tolerance of corals adapted to a highly fluctuating, naturally extreme environment, Science Communications, (paper SREP-15-08096A) [292] 2015 Tanaka, K., Holcomb, M., Takahashi, A., Kurihara, H., Asami, R., Shinjo.

R., Sowa, K., Rankenburg, K., Watanabe, T., Mc Culloch, M.

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We provide rigorously checked, credible and relevant information from peer-reviewed sources, contacts to UWA experts who can clearly explain the scientific literature, and strive to foster a better understanding of the consequences of climate change and correct some common misconceptions that can confuse the public.

Professor Malcolm Mc Culloch is an ARC Laureate Fellow undertaking research on the theme ‘Coral Reef Futures: a new paradigm for quantifying the resilience of marine calcifiers to ocean acidification and global change'.

He is a member of ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies and leader of the UWA node - Program 3: Responding to a changing world. J., Clarke, H., Ricca, C., Rankenburg, K., Mc Culloch, M. Coral record of southeast Indian Ocean marine heat waves with intensified Western Pacific temperature gradient.

p H homeostasis during coral calcification in a Free Ocean CO2 Enrichment (FOCE) experiment, Heron Island reef flat, Great Barrier Reef.

Effect of ocean warming and acidification on the early life stages of sub-tropical Acropora spicifera.

M., Schoepf V., Dissard D., Tanaka K., Mc Culloch, M. Cleaning and pre-treatment procedures for biogenic and synthetic calcium carbonate powders for determination of elemental and boron isotopic compositions.