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(2019) Carbon Isotopes and Calcifiers
Rickaby R, McClelland H, Hermoso M & Erez J

(2017) Coccoliths Coasting Through the Elderfield Curve
Rickaby R, Hermoso M, Lee R & McClelland H

(2017) Emplacement of a Strong Meridional Temperature Gradient 38 Myr ago led to Antarctic Glaciation at the EOT
Tremblin M, Hermoso M & Minoletti F

(2017) The Δ47 Composition of Coccoliths: From the Laboratory to the Natural Environment
Hermoso M, Katz A, Minoletti F & Bonifacie M

(2015) Coccolith Stable Isotopes in Palaeoceanography: Are Culture Data Transferable to the Natural Environment?
Hermoso M, Candelier Y, Minoletti F, Browning T, McClelland H & Rickaby R

(2015) Carbonate Clumped Isotope Thermometry in Coccoliths: New Proxy for SST Reconstruction
Katz A, Bonifacie M & Hermoso M

(2015) Calcification in Coccolithophores: A Biogeochemical Study of Polysaccharides from Past to Present
Lee R, Mavridou D, Papadakos G, McClelland H, Walker J, Nudelman F, Heureux A, Hermoso M, Day C & Rickaby R

(2015) Everything is not Spinach: A History of Evolving Carbon Affinity and Isotopic Fractionation in Marine Algal Rubisco
Rickaby R, Heureux A, Eason Hubbard M, Chan I, McClelland H, Young J, Lee R & Hermoso M

(2015) Towards a Unifying Theory for Carbon Isotopic Partitioning in Coccolithophores: Implications for Paleo-Proxies
McClelland H, Hermoso M, Bruggeman J & Rickaby R

(2013) Calcification Rate and Carbon-Isotope Fractionation in Coccolithophore Calcite Through Laboratory Culture Experiments
Hermoso M, Minoletti F, Candelier Y, McClelland H, Aloisi G & Rickaby R

(2008) Determination of Differential Vital Effects for Some Neogene Calcareous Nannoplankton Taxa
Hermoso M, Minoletti F, Rickaby REM & Halloran P

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