Deemer BR, Hotaling S, Poulson‐Ellestad K, Falkenberg LJ, Cloern JE (2020) Virtual networking between editors and early career scientists: benefits, silver linings, and lessons learned. Limnology and Oceanography: Bulletin, 29: 141-144

Ducker JFalkenberg LJ (2020) How the Pacific oyster responds to ocean acidification: development and application of a meta-analysis based Adverse Outcome Pathway. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7: 898

Falkenberg LJ, Bellerby RG, Connell SD, Fleming LE, Maycock B, Russell BD, Sullivan FJ, Dupont S (2020) Ocean acidification and human health. International Journal of Environmental Research and Public Health, 17: 4563

Poulson‐Ellestad K, Hotaling S, Falkenberg LJ, Soranno PA (2020) Illuminating a black box of the peer review system: demographics, experiences, and career benefits of Associate Editors. Limnology and Oceanography: Bulletin, 29: 11-17

Fitzer SC, Chan VBS, Meng Y, Rajan KC, Suzuki M, Not C, Toyofuku T, Falkenberg LJ, Byrne M, Harvey BP, de Wit P, Cusack M, Gao KS, Taylor P, Dupont S, Hall-Spencer JM, Thiyagarajan V (2019) Established and emerging techniques for characterising the formation, structure and performance of calcified structures under ocean acidification. Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, 57: 89-126

Falkenberg LJ, Styan CA, Havenhand JN (2019) Sperm motility of oysters from distinct populations differs in response to ocean acidification and freshening. Scientific Reports, 9: 7970

Falkenberg LJ, Dupont S, Bellerby RGJ (2018) Approaches to reconsider literature on physiological effects of environmental change: examples from ocean acidification research. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5: 453

Soranno PA, Falkenberg LJ (2018) How editorial fellowships at society journals can provide opportunities for early career researchers in publishing: a case study of the Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellowship. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 27: 88

Falkenberg LJ, Soranno PA (2018) Reviewing reviews: an evaluation of peer reviews of journal article submissions. Limnology and Oceanography Bulletin, 27: 1-5

Falkenberg LJ, Tubb A (2017) Undisciplined thinking facilitates accessible writing. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 32: 894-895

Falkenberg LJ, Wrange A-L, Kinnby A, Havenhand JN, Lockyer A, Styan CA (2017) Low sensitivity of reproductive life-stages in the Pacific oyster (Crassostrea gigas) to abamectin. Chemosphere 182: 665-671

Connell SD, Fernandes M, Burnell OW, Doubleday ZA, Griffin K, Irving AD, Leung JYS, Owen S, Russell BD, Falkenberg LJ (2017) Testing for thresholds of ecosystem collapse in seagrass meadows. Conservation Biology, DOI 10.1111/cobi.12951

Falkenberg LJ, Tubb A (2017) Economic consequences of ocean acidification: publication patterns and directions for future research. Ambio, DOI 10.1007/s13280-017-0895-9

Falkenberg LJ, Havenhand JN, Styan CA (2016) Sperm accumulated against surface: a novel alternative bioassay for environmental monitoring. Marine Environmental Research 114: 51-57

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2016) Design and performance evaluation of a mesocosm facility and techniques to simulate ocean acidification and warming. Limnology and Oceanography: Methods 14: 278-291

Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD, Coffee OI, Ghedini G, Russell BD (2015) Species interactions can maintain resistance of subtidal algal habitats to an increasingly modified world. Global Ecology and Conservation 4: 549-558

Ghedini G, Russell BD, Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD (2015) Beyond spatial and temporal averages: ecological responses to extreme events may be exacerbated by local disturbances. Climate Change Responses 2: DOI: 10.1186/s40665-015-0014-8

Falkenberg LJ, Styan CA (2015) The use of simulated whole effluents in toxicity assessments: a review of case studies from reverse osmosis desalination plants. Desalination 368: 3-9

Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD, Russell BD (2014) Herbivory mediates the expansion of an algal habitat under nutrient and CO2 enrichment. Marine Ecology Progress Series 497: 87-92

Falkenberg LJ, Styan CA (2014) Too much data is never enough: a review of the mismatch between scales of water quality data collection and reporting from recent marine dredging programmes. Ecological Indicators 45: 529-537

Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD, Russell BD (2013) Disrupting the effects of synergies between stressors: improved water quality dampens the effects of future CO2 on a marine habitat. Journal of Applied Ecology 50: 51-58

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2013) Contrasting resource limitations of marine primary producers: implications for competitive interactions under enriched CO2 and nutrient regimes. Oecologia 172: 575-583

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2013) Future herbivory: the indirect effects of enriched CO2 may rival its direct effects. Marine Ecology Progress Series 492: 85-95

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2012) Stability of strong species interactions resist the synergistic effects of local and global pollution in kelp forests. PLoS ONE 7(3): e33841. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0033841

Falkenberg LJ, Burnell OW, Connell SD, Russell BD (2010) Sustainability in near-shore marine systems: promoting natural resilience. Sustainability 2: 2593-2600

Russell BD, Thompson JI, Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD (2009) Synergistic effects of climate change and local stressors: CO2 and nutrient driven change in subtidal rocky habitats. Global Change Biology 15: 2153-2162


Falkenberg LJ, Connell SD, Russell BD (2013) Current and future eutrophication of nearshore marine environments: causes, consequences and potential management strategies. In Lambert A and Roux C (eds), Eutrophication: causes, economic implications and future challenges, Nova Publishers, New York.


Falkenberg LJ, Jelmert A, Mark FC, Rost B, Schulz KG, Thor P (2018) Bioloigical responses to ocean acidification. In: AMAP Assessment 2018: Arctic Ocean Acidification. pp. [15-28] Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Programme (AMAP), Tromsø, Norway.


Falkenberg LJ, Hotaling S (2 May, 2019) The changing of the guard: a discussion between an outgoing and incoming Editorial Fellow. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ, Poulson-Ellestad K (5 April, 2019) Writing effective titles, abstracts, and summaries. ASLO Blog 

Falkenberg LJ (8 March, 2019) The women of the Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellowship. ASLO Blog


Falkenberg LJ (24 January, 2019) My strategies for attending academic conferences as an ECR. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (2 November, 2018) Open Access – part of a broader movement towards Open Science. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (28 August, 2018) A Fellows' perspective of the Raelyn Cole Editorial Fellowship. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (19 July, 2018) Early career peer reviewers should feel confident to evaluate big ideas. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (6 June, 2018) Reading about writing: summaries of recently published guides. ALSO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (25 April, 2018) Effective reviewers enter discussions with Editors. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (11 April, 2018) How to be an effective peer reviewer. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (28 March, 2018) How to ‘revise and resubmit’: advice from journal Editors. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (14 March, 2018) 10 tips for a successful manuscript submission. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (6 Feb, 2018) Interacting with editors at academic conferences: tips for early career researchers. ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (27 November, 2017) Cross peer review: what is it and how is it being used at Limnology & Oceanography: Letters? ASLO Blog

Falkenberg LJ (6 October, 2017) The ASLO-Wiley Strategy Day – an Early Career Researcher (ECR) perspective. ASLO Blog


Falkenberg LJ, Simons DL, Anderson KM (2020) ASLO 2020 Ocean Sciences Meeting, San Diego, USA (attended remotely due to covid restrictions), Species-specific responses of tropical gastropods to moderate ocean warming

Falkenberg LJ (2019) Resilient City: Landscape Planning Towards Climate Adaptation Conference organized by the Asian Townscape Awards, Hong Kong SAR - China, Ecosystem services in an era of development and climate change

Falkenberg LJ, Styan CA, Havenahnd JN (2019) 9th International Conference on Marine Pollution and Ecotoxicology. Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR - China, Male fitness landscapes of different populations show distinct responses to ocean acidification and freshening

Falkeberg LJ (2019) ASLO 2019 Aquatic Sciences Meeting, Planet Water: Challenges and Successes, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Using academic writing to facilitate outreach and education regarding ocean acidification research across traditional disciplinary lines

Falkenberg LJ, Dupont S, Kaiser BA, Chen W, Wallhead PJ, Fagerli  CW, Norling MD, Azetsu-Scott K, Burmeister A-D, Ravn-Jonsen L, Bellerby RGJ (2018) 55th Australian Marine Science Association National Symposium, Adelaide, Australia, Approaches to project physiological effects of environmental change: examples from ocean acidification

Falkenberg LJ, Dupont S, Kaiser BA, Chen W, Wallhead PJ, Fagerli CW, Norling MD, Azetsu-Scott K, Burmeister A-D, Ravn-Jonsen L, Bellerby RGJ (2018) 4th International Symposium: Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans, Washington, USA, Developing adaptation and management strategies for socio-ecological systems in an acidified ocean

Falkenberg LJ, Tubb A, Dupont S, Bellerby RGJ (2018) Ocean Sciences Meeting, Portland, USA, Using transdisciplinary approaches to forecast the socio-ecological systems of an acidified ocean

Falkenberg LJ, Dupont S, Bellerby RGJ (2017) ICES/PICES 3rd Early Career Scientist Conference, Busan, Korea, Projecting biological impacts of ocean acidification: approaches to link physico-chemical changes with organismal response

Falkenberg LJ, Styan CA, Havenhand, JN (2016) 11th International Temperate Reefs Symposium, Pisa, Italy, Variability among individuals and between populations: responses of oyster sperm motility to ocean acidification and freshening

Falkenberg LJ, Styan CA, Havenhand, JN (2016) 4th International Symposium on the Ocean in a High-CO2 World, Hobart, Australia, Multiple stressors acting across populations: will the effect of ocean acidification and freshening on sperm motility of oysters be population-specific? 

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2015) 3rd International Symposium: Effects of Climate Change on the World’s Oceans, Santos, Brazil, The role of species interactions in determining ecosystem resistance to an increasingly modified world

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2014) 51st Australian Marine Science Association National Syposium, Canberra, Australia, Resisting environmental change: the importance of maintaining kelp canopies in an increasingly stressful world 

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2014) 10th International Temperate Reefs Symposium, Perth, Australia, Resistance to change: could kelp forests limit the effects of modified climates and nutrient pollution?

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2013) 8th Australian Marine Science Association - South  Australia Symposium, Adelaide, Australia, Marine climate change research and its South Australian context (Invited Session Keynote)

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2011) 9th International Temperate Reefs Symposium, Plymouth, United Kingdom, How will forecasted CO2 affect gastropod grazing?

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2010) 5th Australian Marine Science Association - South Australia Symposium, Adelaide, Australia, Kelp forests may reduce the effects of climate change

Falkenberg LJ, Russell BD, Connell SD (2009) 8th International Temperate Reefs Symposium, Adelaide, Australia, Interactions between global- and local-scale stressors: consequences for marine assemblages of rocky temperate coasts