Emma Mary Gibbin

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emma.gibbin@epfl.ch +41 21 69 38048

Nationalité : English

Date de naissance : 30.09.1987

EPFL ENAC IIE LGB
GR C2 515 (Bâtiment GR)
Station 2
CH-1015 Lausanne

+41 21 69 38048
Site web: http://lgb.epfl.ch
Unité: LGB
Local: GR C2 515

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Données administratives

Compétences

Climate change;
Coral physiology;
Acid-base balance;
Live cell imaging;
Confocal microscopy;
Adaptive evolution;
Phenotypic plasticity;
Coral disease;
NanoSIMS imaging;
Fluorescence in situ hybridization

Publications

Autres publications

Gibbin EM, Putnam HM, Nitschke MR, Gates RD, Davy SK.
Marine Biology, 162(3), 717-723 (2015).
Species-specific differences in thermal tolerance may define susceptibility to intracellular acidosis in reef corals.
Gibbin EM, Putnam HM, Davy SK, Gates RD.
Journal of Experimental Biology, 217, 1963-1969 (2014).
Intracellular pH and its response to CO2- driven seawater acidification in symbiotic versus non-symbiotic coral cells.
Gibbin EM, Davy SK.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 457, 1-7 (2014).
The photo-physiological response of a model cnidarian-dinoflagellate symbiosis to CO2-induced acidification at the cellular level.
Gibbin EM, Davy SK.
Coral Reefs, 32, 859-863 (2013).
Intracellular pH of symbiotic dinoflagellates.
Chakravarti LJ, Jarrold MD, Gibbin EM, Christen F, Massamba N'Siala G, Blier PU, Calosi P.
Evolutionary Applications. First online
Can trans-generational experiments be used to enhance species resilience to ocean warming and acidification?
Gibbin EM, Chakravarti LJ, Jarrold MD, Christen F, Turpin V, Massamba N’Siala G, Blier PU, Calosi P.
Journal Experimental Biology 220, 551-563 (2017)
Can multi-generational exposure to ocean warming and acidification lead to the adaptation of life history and physiology in a marine metazoan?