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Evans, W., G.T. Lebon, C.D. Harrington, Y. Takeshita, and A. Bidlack. 2022. Marine CO2 system variability along the northeast Pacific Inside Passage determined from an Alaskan ferry. Biogeosciences, 19: 1277–1301.

Huang, Y., A.J. Fassbender, J.S. Long, S. Johannessen, and M.B. Bif. 2022. Partitioning the export of distinct biogenic carbon pools in the Northeast Pacific Ocean using a biogeochemical profiling float. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 36: 1–19.

Traiger, S.B., B. Cohn, D. Panos, M. Daly, H.K. Hirsh, M. Martone, I. Gutierrez, D.A. Mucciarone, Y. Takeshita, S.G. Monismith, R.B. Dunbar, and K.J. Nickols. 2022. Limited biogeochemical modification of surface waters by kelp forest canopies: Influence of kelp metabolism and site-specific hydrodynamics. Limnology and Oceanography, 67: 392–403.


Roemmich, D., L. Talley, N. Zilberman, E. Osborne, K.S. Johnson, L. Barbero, H.C. Bittig, N. Briggs, A.J. Fassbender, G.C. Johnson, B.A. King, E. McDonagh, S. Purkey, S. Riser, T. Suga, Y. Takeshita, V. Thierry, and S. Wijffels. 2021. The Technological, Scientific, and Sociological Revolution of Global Subsurface Ocean Observing. Oceanography, 34: 2–8.

Takeshita, Y., B.D. Jones, K.S. Johnson, F.P. Chavez, D.L. Rudnick, M. Blum, K. Conner, S. Jensen, J.S. Long, T. Maughan, K.L. Mertz, J.T. Sherman, and J.K. Warren. 2021. Accurate pH and O2 measurements from Spray underwater gliders. Journal of Atmospheric and Oceanic Technology, 38: 181–195.

Takeshita, Y., J.K. Warren, X. Liu, R.S. Spaulding, R.H. Byrne, B.R. Carter, M.D. DeGrandpre, A. Murata, and S. Watanabe. 2021. Consistency and stability of purified meta-cresol purple for spectrophotometric pH measurements in seawater. Marine Chemistry, 236: 1–10.

Wolfe, W.H., K.M. Shipley, P.J. Bresnahan, Y. Takeshita, T. Wirth, and T.R. Martz. 2021. Technical note: Stability of tris pH buffer in artificial seawater stored in bags. Ocean Science, 17: 819–831.


Cyronak, T., Y. Takeshita, T.A. Courtney, E.H. DeCarlo, B.D. Eyre, D.I. Kline, T. Martz, H. Page, N.N. Price, J. Smith, L. Stoltenberg, M. Tresguerres, and A.J. Andersson. 2020. Diel temperature and pH variability scale with depth across diverse coral reef habitats. Limnology and Oceanography Letters, 5(2): 193–203.

Doo, S., A. Kealoha, A. Andersson, A. Choen, T.L. Hicks, Z.I. Johnson, M.H. Long, P. McElhany, N. Mollica, K.E. Shamberger, N.J. Silbiger, Y. Takeshita, and D.S. Busch. 2020. The challenges of detecting and attributing ocean acidification impacts on marine ecosystems. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 77(7-8): 2411–2422.

Hirsh, H.K., K.J. Nickols, Y. Takeshita, S.B. Traiger, D.A. Mucciarone, S. Monismith, and R.B. Dunbar. 2020. Drivers of biogeochemical variability in a central California kelp forest: Implications for local amelioration of ocean acidification. JGR Oceans, 25: 1–22.

Platz, M.C., Y. Takeshita, E. Bartels, and M.E. Arias. 2020. Evaluating the potential for autonomous measurements of net community production and calcification as a tool for monitoring coral restoration. Ecological Engineering, 158: 1–10.

Takeshita, Y., K.S. Johnson, L.J. Colletti, H. Jannasch, P.M. Walz, and J.K. Warren. 2020. Assessment of pH dependent errors in spectrophotometric pH measurements of seawater. Marine Chemistry, 223(103801): 1–7.


Bushinsky, S.M., Y. Takeshita, and N.L. Williams. 2019. Observing changes in ocean carbonate chemistry: Our autonomous future. Current Climate Change Reports, 5: 207–220.

Fox, M.D., A.L. Carter, C.B. Edwards, Y. Takeshita, M.D. Johnson, V. Petrovic, C.G. Amier, E. Sala, S.A. Sandin, and J.E. Smith. 2019. Limited coral mortality following acute thermal stress and widespread bleaching on Palmyra Atoll, central Pacific. Coral Reefs, 38: 701–712.

Koweek, D.A., A. Forde, R. Albright, Y. Takeshita, D.A. Mucciarone, A. Ninokawa, and K. Caldeira. 2019. Carbon isotopic fractionation in organic matter production consistent with benthic community composition across a coral reef flat. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5: 1–14.

Ninokawa, A., Y. Takeshita, B.M. Jellison, L. Jurgens, and B. Gaylord. 2019. Biological modification of seawater chemistry by an ecosystem engineer, the California mussel, Mytilus californianus. Limnology and Oceanography, 65: 157–172.

Silveira, C.B., A. Luque, T.N. Roach, H. Villela, A. Barno, K. Green, B. Reyes, E. Rubio-Portillo, S. Mead, M. Hatay, M.J. Vermeij, Y. Takeshita, A. Haas, B. Bailey, and F. Rohwer. 2019. Biophysical and physiological processes causing oxygen loss from coral reefs. Elife, 8(e49114): 1–24.


Albright, R., Y. Takeshita, D.A. Koweek, A. Ninokawa, K. Wolfe, T. Rivlin, Y. Nebuchina, J. Young, and K. Caldeira. 2018. Carbon dioxide addition to coral reef waters suppresses net community calcification. Nature, 555: 516–519.

Cyronak, T., A.J. Andersson, S. D'Angelo, P.J. Bresnahan, C. Davidson, T. Kindeberg, J. Pennise, Y. Takeshita, and M. White. 2018. Short-term spatial and temporal carbonate chemistry variability in two contrasting seagrass meadows: Implications for pH buffering capacities. Estuaries and Coasts, 41: 1282–1296.

Koweek, D.A., R.C. Zimmerman, K.M. Hewett, B. Gaylord, S.N. Giddings, K.J. Nickols, J.L. Ruesink, J.J. Stachowicz, Y. Takeshita, and K. Caldeira. 2018. Expected limits on the ocean acidification buffering potential of a temperature seagrass meadow. Ecological Applications, 28: 1964–1714.

Takeshita, Y., K.S. Johnson, T.R. Martz, J.N. Plant, and J.L. Sarmiento. 2018. Assessment of autonomous pH measurements for determining surface seawater partial pressure of CO2. Journal of Geophyiscal Research, 123: 4003–4013.

Takeshita, Y., T. Cyronak, T.R. Martz, T. Kindeberg, and A. Andersson. 2018. Coral reef carbonate chemistry variability at different functional scales. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5: 1–12.


Briggs, E.M., E. Sandoval, S. Erten, Y. Takeshita, A.C. Kummel, and T.R. Martz. 2017. Solid State Sensor for Simultaneous Measurement of Total Alkalinity and pH of Seawater. ACS Sensors, 2: 1302–1309.

Carter, B.R., R.A. Feely, N.L. Williams, A.G. Dickson, M.B. Fong, and Y. Takeshita. 2017. Updated Methods for Global Locally Interpolated Estimation of Alkalinity, pH, and Nitrate. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 16: 119–131.

Takeshita, Y. 2017. Understanding feedbacks between ocean acidification and coral reef metabolism. Journal of Geophyiscal Research: Oceans, 122: 1639–1642.

Williams, N. L., L.W. Juranek, R.A. Feely, K.S. Johnson, J.L. Sarmiento, L.D. Talley, A.G. Dickson, A.R. Gray, R. Wanninkhof, J.L. Russell, S.C. Riser, and Y. Takeshita. 2017. Calculating surface ocean pCO2 from biogeochemical Argo floats equipped with pH: An uncertainty analysis. Global Biogeochemical Cycles, 31: 591–604.


Johnson, K.S., H.W. Jannasch, L.J. Coletti, V.A. Elrod, T.R. Martz, Y. Takeshita, R.J. Carlson, and J.G. Connery. 2016. Deep-Sea DuraFET: A pressure tolerant pH sensor designed for global sensor networks. Analytical Chemistry, 88: 3249–3256.

Takeshita, Y., T.R. Martz, L.J. Coletti, A.G. Dickson, H.W. Jannasch, and K.S. Johnson. 2016. The effects of pressure on pH of Tris buffer in synthetic seawater. Marine Chemistry, 188: 1–5.


Bresnahan Jr., P.J., T.R. Martz, Y. Takeshita, K.S. Johnson, and M. LaShomb. 2014. Best practices for autonomous measurement of seawater pH with the Honeywell Durafet. Methods in Oceanography, 9: 44–60.

Takeshita, Y., T.R. Martz, K.S. Johnson, and A.G. Dickson. 2014. Characterization of an ion sensitive field effect transistor and chloride ion selective electrodes for pH measurements in seawater. Analytical Chemistry, 86: 11189–11195.


Takeshita, Y., T.R. Martz, K.S. Johnson, J.N. Plant, D. Gilbert, S.C. Riser, C. Neill, and B. Tilbrook. 2013. A climatology-based quality control procedure for profiling float oxygen data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans, 118: 5640–5650.


Hofmann, G.E., J.E. Smith, K.S. Johnson, U. Send, L.A. Levin, F. Micheli, A. Paytan, N.N. Price, B. Peterson, Y. Takeshita, P.G. Matson, E.D. Crook, K.J. Kroeker, M.C. Gambi, E.B. Rivest, C.A. Frieder, P.C. Yu, and T.R. Martz. 2011. High-frequency dynamics of ocean pH: a multi-ecosystem comparison. PLoS ONE, 6: e28983.