Role
Research Scientist
A Healthy and Resilient Great Barrier Reef Program
AIMS Coral Core Archive
Background
Prior to joining AIMS in 2011:
Postdoctoral Investigator, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution, Woods Hole, MA, USA (2008-2011)
Education
  • 2008 PhD James Cook University, Townsville QLD Australia
  • 2005 Grad Dip of Research Methods, James Cook University Townsville QLD Australia
  • 2002 BSc(Hons)University of Guelph, Guelph ONT Canada
Current Research Activities
My research focuses on the combination of historical records of coral calcification from long-lived massive corals and experimental aquarium-based studies to better understand the response of coral physiology and calcification to past, present and future environmental stressors, particularly thermal stress and ocean acidification.
Publications
Selected publications in international journals.

Lough JM, Cantin NE, Benthuysen JA, Cooper TF (2016) Environmental drivers of growth in massive Porites corals over 16 degrees of latitude along Australia's northwest shelf. Limnology and Oceanography 61(2): 684-700

Vogel N, Cantin NE, Strahl J, Kaniewska P, Bay L, Wild C, Uthicke S (2016) Interactive effects of ocean acidification and warming on coral reef associated epilithic algal communities under past, present-day and future ocean conditions. Coral Reefs 35(2): 715-728

Nash MC, Utichke S, Negri AP, Cantin NE (2015) Ocean acidification does not affect magnesium composition or dolomite formation in living crustose coralline algae, Porolithon onkodes in an experimental system. Biogeosciences 12: 5247-5260

Lough JM, Lewis SE, Cantin NE (2015) Freshwater impacts in the central Great Barrier Reef: 1648-2011. Coral Reefs 34(3): 739-751.

Albright R, Benthuysen J, Cantin NE, Calderia K, Anthony K (2015) Coral reef metabolism and carbon chemistry dynamics of a coral reef flat, Geophysical Research Letters, 42: 3980-3988.

Evenhuis C, Lenton A, Cantin NE, Lough JM (2015) Modelling coral calcification accounting for the impacts of coral bleaching and ocean acidification. Biogeosciences 12: 2607-2630.

Lough JM, Cantin NE (2014) Perspectives on massive coral growth rates in a changing ocean. Biological Bulletin 226: 187-202.

Cantin NE, Lough JM (2014) Surviving coral bleaching events: Porites growth anomalies on the Great Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88720.

Cantin NE, Cohen A, Karnauskas K, Tarrant A, McCorkle D (2010) Ocean warming slows coral growth in the central Red Sea. Science 329: 322-325.

Mieog JC, van Oppen MJH, Cantin N, Stam WT, Olsen JL (2007) Real-time PCR reveals a high incidence of Symbiodinium clade D at low levels in four scleractinian corals across the Great Barrier Reef: implications for symbiont shuffling. Coral Reefs 26: 449-457.

Cantin N, Negri AP, Willis BL (2007) Photoinhibition from chronic herbicide exposure reduces reproductive output of reef-building corals. Marine Ecology Progress Series 344: 81-93.

Cantin N, van Oppen MJH, Willis BL, Mieog JC, Negri AP (2009) Juvenile corals can acquire more carbon from high-performance algal symbionts. Coral Reefs 28: 405-414.

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