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Martin Johnson

  • Dr
  • Cefas Lecturer in Marine Science
  • University of East Anglia School of Environmental Sciences
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  • 457CitationsNumber of citations received by Martin's publications. Updated daily.

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Research interests

Earth system science. Global N cycle. Open Science on the web.Marine and atmospheric biogeoechemistry. Ocean-atmosphere gas exchange

Co-authors (142)

Publications (5)

  • Surface ocean-lower atmosphere study: Scientific synthesis and contribution to Earth system science

    • Brévière E
    • Bakker D
    • Bange H
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    3Citations
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  • Corrigendum to "Mechanisms of microbial carbon sequestration in the ocean - Future research directions" published in Biogeosciences, 11, 5285-5306, 2014

    • Jiao N
    • Robinson C
    • Azam F
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    0Citations
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  • Mechanisms of microbial carbon sequestration in the ocean – Future research directions

    • Jiao N
    • Robinson C
    • Azam F
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  • Climate-induced change in biogenic bromine emissions from the Antarctic marine biosphere

    • Hughes C
    • Johnson M
    • Von Glasow R
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    14Citations
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  • Ammonium accumulation during a silicate-limited diatom bloom indicates the potential for ammonia emission events

    • Johnson M
    • Sanders R
    • Avgoustidi V
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    19Citations
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Professional experience

Cefas Lecturer in Marine Science

University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences

January 2013 - Present

Postdoctoral Research Associate

University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences

January 2010 - December 2012(3 years)

Postdoctoral Research Associate and Scientific Coordinator

University of East Anglia, School of Environmental Sciences

July 2004 - December 2009(5 years)

Education history

PhD

School of Environmental Sciences, University of East Anglia

September 2000 - July 2004(4 years)