Jamie Wilson
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Cyanobacteria and biogeochemical cycles through Earth history
P Sánchez-Baracaldo, G Bianchini, JD Wilson, AH Knoll
Trends in Microbiology 30 (2), 143-157, 2022
Assessment of the spatial variability in particulate organic matter and mineral sinking fluxes in the ocean interior: Implications for the ballast hypothesis
JD Wilson, S Barker, A Ridgwell
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26 (4), 2012
Temperature-dependent remineralization and carbon cycling in the warm Eocene oceans
EH John, JD Wilson, PN Pearson, A Ridgwell
Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology 413, 158-166, 2014
Understanding the causes and consequences of past marine carbon cycling variability through models
D Hülse, S Arndt, JD Wilson, G Munhoven, A Ridgwell
Earth-Science Reviews 171, 349-382, 2017
Linking marine plankton ecosystems and climate: A new modeling approach to the warm early Eocene climate
JD Wilson, FM Monteiro, DN Schmidt, BA Ward, A Ridgwell
Paleoceanography and Paleoclimatology 33 (12), 1439-1452, 2018
Considering the role of adaptive evolution in models of the ocean and climate system
BA Ward, S Collins, S Dutkiewicz, S Gibbs, P Bown, A Ridgwell, ...
Journal of Advances in Modeling Earth Systems 11 (11), 3343-3361, 2019
EcoGEnIE 1.0: plankton ecology in the cGEnIE Earth system model
B Ward, JD Wilson, RM Death, FM Monteiro, A Yool, A Ridgwell
Geoscientific Model Development 11 (10), 4241-4267, 2018
Calibration of temperature-dependent ocean microbial processes in the cGENIE. muffin (v0. 9.13) Earth system model
KA Crichton, JD Wilson, A Ridgwell, PN Pearson
Geoscientific Model Development 14 (1), 125-149, 2021
Algal plankton turn to hunting to survive and recover from end-Cretaceous impact darkness
SJ Gibbs, PR Bown, BA Ward, SA Alvarez, H Kim, OA Archontikis, ...
Science Advances 6 (44), eabc9123, 2020
A trait-based modelling approach to planktonic<? xmltex\break?> foraminifera ecology
M Grigoratou, FM Monteiro, DN Schmidt, JD Wilson, BA Ward, A Ridgwell
Biogeosciences 16 (7), 1469-1492, 2019
Modeling radiocarbon constraints on the dilution of dissolved organic carbon in the deep ocean
JD Wilson, S Arndt
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 31 (5), 775-786, 2017
Can organic matter flux profiles be diagnosed using remineralisation rates derived from observed tracers and modelled ocean transport rates?
Wilson, J.D., Ridgwell, A., Barker, S.
Biogeosciences 12 (8), 5547-5562, 2015
Sensitivity of atmospheric CO2 to regional variability in particulate organic matter remineralization depths
J Wilson, S Barker, N Edwards, P Holden, A Ridgwell
Biogeosciences 16 (14), 2923-2936, 2019
The biological carbon pump in CMIP6 models: 21st century trends and uncertainties
JD Wilson, O Andrews, A Katavouta, F de Melo Viríssimo, RM Death, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 119 (29), e2204369119, 2022
The Bristol CMIP6 data hackathon
DM Mitchell, EJ Stone, OD Andrews, JL Bamber, RJ Bingham, J Browse, ...
Weather 77 (6), 218-221, 2022
Exploring the impact of climate change on the global distribution of non‐spinose planktonic foraminifera using a trait‐based ecosystem model
M Grigoratou, FM Monteiro, JD Wilson, A Ridgwell, DN Schmidt
Global change biology 28 (3), 1063-1076, 2022
What the geological past can tell us about the future of the ocean’s twilight zone
KA Crichton, JD Wilson, A Ridgwell, F Boscolo-Galazzo, EH John, ...
Nature Communications 14 (1), 2376, 2023
Seasonal variability in particle flux attenuation in the global ocean generates spatial variability in annual transfer efficiency
F de Melo Viríssimo, AP Martin, S Henson, JD Wilson
EarthArXiv, 2023
A diatom extension to the cGEnIE Earth system model–EcoGEnIE 1.1
AA Naidoo-Bagwell, FM Monteiro, KR Hendry, S Burgan, JD Wilson, ...
EGUsphere 2023, 1-29, 2023
ForamEcoGEnIE 2.0: incorporating symbiosis and spine traits into a trait-based global planktic foraminiferal model
R Ying, FM Monteiro, JD Wilson, DN Schmidt
Geoscientific Model Development 16 (3), 813-832, 2023
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