Recent Publications

The Gump Station website is being redesigned and will include a comprehensive details of research programs. In the meantime, please see the list of publications below:

 

 

1.             

Adam TC: Mutualistic cleaner fish initiate trait-mediated indirect interactions on coral reefs by influencing the behavior of coral predators. Journal of Animal Ecology 2012, 81:692-700.

2.             

Adam TC, Horii SS: Patterns of resource-use and competition for mutualistic partners between two species of obligate cleaner fish. Coral Reefs 2012, 31:1149-1154.

3.             

Beijbom O, Edmunds PJ, Kline DI, Mitchell BG, Kriegman D: Automated annotation of coral reef survey images. In IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern Recognition (CVPR); June, 2012; Providence, R.I. IEEE; 2012: 8.

4.             

Beldade R, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ, Planes S, Malone D, Bernardi G: Larger female fish contribute disproportionately more to self-replenishment. Proc Biol Sci 2012, 279:2116-2121.

5.             

Bergsma GS: Coral mutualists enhance fish abundance and diversity through a morphology-mediated facilitation cascade. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 2012, 451:151-161.

6.             

Bergsma GS: Epibiotic mutualists alter coral susceptibility and response to biotic disturbance through cascading trait-mediated indirect interactions. Coral Reefs 2012, 31:461-469.

7.             

Bernardi G, Beldade R, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ: Full-sibs in cohorts of newly settled coral reef fishes. PLoS One 2012, 7:e44953.

8.             

Brown A: The influence of water flow on mechanisms underlying coral-algal interactions. M.S. California State University, Biology; 2012.

9.             

Buenau KE, Price NN, Nisbet RM: Size dependence, facilitation, and microhabitats mediate space competition between coral and crustose coralline algae in a spatially explicit model. Ecological Modelling 2012, 237:23-33.

10.          

Collin A, Hench JL: Towards deeper measurements of tropical reefscape structure using the WorldView-2 spaceborne sensor. Remote Sensing 2012, 4:1425-1447.

11.          

Collin A, Hench JL, Planes S: A novel spaceborne proxy for mapping coral cover. In Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium; July 9-13, 2012; Cairns, Australia. Edited by Yellowlees D, Hughes TP. James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland 4811, Australia; 2012: 5.

12.          

Colvard NB, Edmunds PJ: Macroalgae on shallow tropical reefs reduce the availability of reflected light for use in coral photosynthesis. Bulletin of Marine Science 2012, 88:1019-1033.

13.          

Cumbo VR, Edmunds PJ, Fan T-Y: Scleractinian corals capture zooplankton within days of settlement and metamorphosis. Coral Reefs 2012, 31:1155.

14.          

Cumbo VR, Fan T-Y, Edmunds PJ: Physiological development of brooded larvae from two pocilloporid corals in Taiwan. Marine Biology 2012, 159:2853-2866.

15.          

Davies N, Meyer C, Gilbert JA, Amaral-Zettler L, Deck J, Bicak M, Rocca-Serra P, Assunta-Sansone S, Willis K, Field D: A call for an international network of genomic observatories (GOs). GigaScience 2012, 1:5.

16.          

Deck J, Gross J, Stones-Havas S, Davies N, Shapley R, Meyer C: Field information management systems for DNA barcoding. In DNA Barcodes. Humana Press; 2012: 255-267

17.          

Dufault AM: The effects of ocean acidification on the physiology of coral recruits. Thesis. California State University, Northridge, Biology; 2012.

18.          

Dufault AM, Cumbo VR, Fan T-Y, Edmunds PJ: Effects of diurnally oscillating pCO2 on the calcification and survival of coral recruits. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 2012, 279:2951-2958.

19.          

Edmunds PJ: Effect of pCO2 on the growth, respiration, and photophysiology of massive Porites spp. in Moorea, French Polynesia. Marine Biology 2012, 159:2149-2160.

20.          

Edmunds PJ, Brown DB, Moriarty V: Interactive effects of ocean acidification and temperature on two scleractinian corals from Moorea, French Polynesia. Global Change Biology 2012, 18:2173-2183.

21.          

Edmunds PJ, Putnam HM, Gates RD: Photophysiological consequences of vertical stratification of Symbiodinium in tissue of the coral Porites lutea. Biological Bulletin 2012, 223:226-235.

22.          

Fabina NS, Putnam HM, Franklin EC, Stat M, Gates RD: Transmission mode predicts specificity and interaction patterns in coral-Symbiodinium networks. PLoS One 2012, 7:e44970.

23.          

Franklin EC, Stat M, Pochon X, Putnam HM, Gates RD: GeoSymbio: A hybrid, cloud-based web application of global geospatial bioinformatics and ecoinformatics for Symbiodinium-host symbioses. Molecular Ecology Resources 2012, 12:369-373.

24.          

Gowan JC: The effects of water flow and sedimentation on interactions between massive Porites and algal turf. California State University, Biology; 2012.

25.          

Jaroensutasinee K, Jaroensutasinee M, Bainbridge S, Fountain T, Holbrook SJ, Nekrasov M: CREON-Integrating disparate sources of remote coral reef sensor data. In Proceedings of the 12th International Coral Reef Symposium; July 9-13, 2012; Cairns, Australia. Edited by Yellowlees D, Hughes TP. James Cook University, Townsville, Queensland 4811, Australia; 2012: 5.

26.          

Johnson MD, Carpenter RC: Ocean acidification and warming decrease calcification in the crustose coralline alga Hydrolithon onkodes and increases susceptibility to grazing. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2012, 434:94-101.

27.          

Kahn, J. G.. "Coastal Occupation at the GS-1 Site, Cook’s Bay, Mo’orea, Society Islands," Journal of Pacific Archaeology, v.3, 2012.

28.          

Kayal M, Vercelloni J, Lison de Loma T, Bosserelle P, Chancerelle Y, Geoffroy S, Stievenart C, Michonneau F, Penin L, Planes S, Adjeroud M: Predator crown-of-thorns starfish (Acanthaster planci) outbreak, mass mortality of corals, and cascading effects on reef fish and benthic communities. PLoS One 2012, 7:e47363.

29.          

Krueger T, Gates RD: Cultivating endosymbionts-host environmental mimics support the survival of Symbiodinium C15 ex hospite. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2012, 413:169-176.

30.          

Lawton RJ, Pratchett MS: Influence of dietary specialization and resource availability on geographical variation in abundance of butterflyfish. Ecol Evol 2012, 2:1347-1361.

31.          

Liebherr JK: The first precinctive Carabidae from Moorea, Society Islands: new Mecyclothorax spp. (Coleoptera) from the summit of Mont Tohiea. Zookeys 2012:37-80.

32.          

Leichter JJ, Stokes MD, Hench JL, Witting J, Washburn L: The island-scale internal wave climate of Moorea, French Polynesia. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 2012, 117:C06008.

33.          

Littschwager D: A world in one cubic foot: portraits in biodiversity. Chicago ; London: The University of Chicago Press; 2012.

34.          

Mayfield AB, Chan P-H, Putnam HM, Chen C-S, Fan T-Y: The effects of a variable temperature regime on the physiology of the reef-building coral Seriatopora hystrix: results from a laboratory-based reciprocal transplant. Journal of Experimental Biology 2012, 215:4183-4195.

35.          

McCliment EA, Nelson CE, Carlson CA, Alldredge AL, Witting J, Amaral-Zettler LA: An all-taxon microbial inventory of the Moorea coral reef ecosystem. ISME J 2012, 6:309-319.

36.          

Padilla-Gamino JL, Hanson KM, Stat M, Gates RD: Phenotypic plasticity of the coral Porites rus: acclimatization responses to a turbid environment. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2012, 434:71-80.

37.          

Padilla-Gamiño JL, Pochon X, Bird C, Concepcion GT, Gates RD: From parent to gamete: vertical transmission of Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae) ITS2 sequence assemblages in the reef building coral Montipora capitata. PLoS One 2012, 7:e38440.

38.          

Pochon X, Putnam HM, Burki F, Gates RD: Identifying and characterizing alternative molecular markers for the symbiotic and free-living dinoflagellate genus Symbiodinium. PLoS One 2012, 7:e29816.

39.          

Putnam HM: Resilience and acclimatization potential of reef corals under predicted climate change stressors. Dissertation. University of Hawaii, Zoology; 2012.

40.          

Putnam HM, Stat M, Pochon X, Gates RD: Endosymbiotic flexibility associates with environmental sensitivity in scleractinian corals. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 2012, 279:4352-4361.

41.          

Siegel DA, Antoine D, Behrenfeld MJ, d’Andon OHF, Fields E, Franz BA, Goryl P, Maritorena S, McClain CR, Wang M, Yoder JA: Global ocean phytoplankton. In State of the climate in 2011. Volume 93. Edited by Blunden J, Arndt DS: Bulletin of the American Meteorological Society; 2012: S107-S110

42.          

Stat M, Baker AC, Bourne DG, Correa AMS, Forsman Z, Huggett MJ, Pochon X, Skillings D, Toonen RJ, van Oppen MJH, Gates RD: Molecular delineation of species in the coral holobiont. In Advances in Marine Biology. Volume 63. Edited by Lesser MP. Amsterdam, Netherlands: Academic Press; 2012: 1-65

43.          

Wall CB: The effects of ocean acidification and temperature on the physiology of juvenile scleractinian corals. M.S. California State University, Biology; 2012.

44.          

Yau AJ-Y, Fan T-Y: Size-dependent photosynthetic performance in the giant clam Tridacna maxima, a mixotrophic marine bivalve. Marine Biology 2012, 159:65-75.

 

 

45.          

Anker A, Paulay G: A remarkable new crab-like hermit crab (Decapoda: Paguridae) from French Polynesia, with comments on carcinization in the Anomura. Zootaxa 2013, 3722:283-300.

46.          

Ardura A, Planes S, Garcia-Vazquez E: Applications of DNA barcoding to fish landings: authentication and diversity assessment. Zookeys 2013:49-65.

47.          

Alldredge AL, Carlson CA, Carpenter RC: Sources of organic carbon to coral reef flats. Oceanography 2013, 26:108-113.

48.          

Alldredge AL, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ, Brooks AJ, Stewart HL: Skeletal growth of four scleractinian corals is not enhanced by in situ mesozooplankton enrichment. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 2013, 489:143-153.

49.          

Bourlat SJ, Borja A, Gilbert J, Taylor MI, Davies N, Weisberg SB, Griffith JF, Lettieri T, Field D, Benzie J, et al.: Genomics in marine monitoring: new opportunities for assessing marine health status. Marine Pollution Bulletin 2013, 74:19-31.

50.          

Bramanti L, Edmunds PJ: Demographic models can forcast climate change effects on scleractinian corals: the Pocillopora damicornis case study. In Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA. Oxford University Press; 2013: E22-E22.

51.          

Brown AL, Carpenter RC: Water-flow mediated oxygen dynamics within massive Porites-algal turf interactions. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2013, 490:1-10.

52.          

Brown DB, Edmunds PJ: Long-term changes in the population dynamics of the Caribbean hydrocoral Millepora spp. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2013, 441:62-70.

53.          

Brown DJ: Effects of ocean acidification on the primary framework builders of coral reefs. M.S. California State University, Biology; 2013.

54.          

Carr MH, Malone DP, Hixon MA, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ: How SCUBA changed our understanding of nature: underwater breakthroughs in reef fish ecology. Smithsonian Contributions to the Marine Sciences 2013, Research and Discoveries: The revolution of science through SCUBA.:157-167.

55.          

Comeau S, Carpenter RC, Edmunds PJ: Effects of feeding and light intensity on the response of the coral Porites rus to ocean acidification. Marine Biology 2013, 160:1127-1134.

56.          

Comeau S, Carpenter RC, Edmunds PJ: Response to: Coral reef calcification: carbonate, bicarbonate and proton flux under conditions of increasing ocean acidification. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 2013, 280:20131153.

57.          

Comeau S, Carpenter RC, Edmunds PJ: Coral reef calcifiers buffer their response to ocean acidification using both bicarbonate and carbonate. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 2013, 280:20122374.

58.          

Comeau S, Edmunds PJ, Spindel NB, Carpenter RC: The responses of eight coral reef calcifiers to increasing partial pressure of CO2 do not exhibit a tipping point. Limnology and Oceanography 2013, 58:388-398.

59.          

Cumbo VR, Edmunds PJ, Wall CB, Fan T-Y: Brooded coral larvae differ in their response to high temperature and elevated pCO2 depending on the day of release. Marine Biology 2013, 160:2903-2917.

60.          

Cumbo VR, Fan T-Y, Edmunds PJ: Effects of exposure duration on the response of Pocillopora damicornis larvae to elevated temperature and high pCO2. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2013, 439:100-107.

61.          

Diaz MC, Thacker RW, Redmond NE, Matterson KO, Collins AG: Phylogenetic novelties and geographic anomalies among tropical Verongida. Integr Comp Biol 2013, 53:482-494.

62.          

Dufault AM, Ninokawa A, Bramanti L, Cumbo VR, Fan T-Y, Edmunds PJ: The role of light in mediating the effects of ocean acidification on coral calcification. Journal of Experimental Biology 2013, 216:1570-1577.

63.          

Edmunds PJ, Carpenter RC, Comeau S: Understanding the threats of ocean acidification to coral reefs. Oceanography 2013, 26:149-152.

64.          

Edmunds PJ, Cumbo VR, Fan T-Y: Metabolic costs of larval settlement and metamorphosis in the coral Seriatopora caliendrum under ambient and elevated pCO2. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2013, 442:33-38.

65.          

Edmunds PJ, Fan T-Y: Evidence that high pCO2 affects coral recruits through perturbed protein metabolism. In Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA. Oxford University Press; 2013: E60-E60.

66.          

Ermilov SG, Tolstikov AV, Mary N, Schatz H: Oribatid mites (Acari, Oribatida) from riverine environments of some islands in Oceania. Zookeys 2013:47-57.

67.          

Evenhuis NL: The Campsicnemus popeye species group (Diptera: Dolichopodidae) from French Polynesia. Zootaxa 2013, 3694:271-279.

68.          

Fabina NS, Putnam HM, Franklin EC, Stat M, Gates RD: Symbiotic specificity, association patterns, and function determine community responses to global changes: Defining critical research areas for coral-Symbiodinium symbioses. Global Change Biology 2013, 19:3306-3316.

69.          

Farrar CE, Forsman ZH, Gates RD, Leong JAC, Toonen RJ: Observing the coral symbiome using laser scanning confocal microscopy. Science 2013, 339.

70.          

Forsman Z, Johnston EC, Brooks AJ, Adam TC, Toonen RJ: Genetic evidence for regional isolation of Pocillopora corals from Moorea. Oceanography 2013, 26:153-155.

71.          

Geller J, Meyer C, Parker M, Hawk H: Redesign of PCR primers for mitochondrial cytochrome c oxidase subunit I for marine invertebrates and application in all-taxa biotic surveys. Mol Ecol Resour 2013, 13:851-861.

72.          

Haas AF, Nelson CE, Rohwer F, Wegley-Kelly L, Quistad SD, Carlson CA, Leichter JJ, Hatay M, Smith JE: Influence of coral and algal exudates on microbially mediated reef metabolism. PeerJ 2013, 1:e108.

73.          

Han X: Herbivore community dynamics and functional compositions in Moorea, French Polynesia. Dissertation. University of California, Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology; 2013.

74.          

Hédouin L, Gates RD: Assessing fertilization success of the coral Montipora capitata under copper exposure: does the night of spawning matter? Marine Pollution Bulletin 2013, 66:221-224.

75.          

Hench JL, Rosman JH: Observations of spatial flow patterns at the coral colony scale on a shallow reef flat. Journal of Geophysical Research: Oceans 2013, 118:1142-1156.

76.          

Hofmann GE, Blanchette CA, Rivest EB, Kapsenberg L: Taking the pulse of marine ecosystems: The importance of coupling long-term physical and biological observations in the context of global change biology. Oceanography 2013, 26:140-148.

77.          

Kahn JG, Kirch PV Residential landscapes and house societies of the late prehistoric Society Islands. Journal of Pacific Archaeology 2013 4:50-72.

78.          

Leichter JJ, Alldredge AL, Bernardi G, Brooks AJ, Carlson CA, Carpenter RC, Edmunds PJ, Fewings MR, Hanson KM, Hench JL, Holbrook SJ, Nelson CE, Schmitt RJ, Toonen RJ, Washburn L, Wyatt ASJ: Biological and physical interactions on a tropical island coral reef: Transport and retention processes on Moorea, French Polynesia. Oceanography 2013, 26:52-63.

79.          

Lenz EA, Edmunds PJ: Evidence that octocorals are increasing in population density in the Caribbean. In Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA. Oxford University Press; 2013: E317-E317.

80.          

Leray M, Agudelo N, Mills SC, Meyer CP: Effectiveness of annealing blocking primers versus restriction enzymes for characterization of generalist diets: unexpected prey revealed in the gut contents of two coral reef fish species. PLoS One 2013, 8:e58076.

81.          

Lesser MP, Stat M, Gates RD: The endosymbiotic dinoflagellates (Symbiodinium sp.) of corals are parasites and mutualists. Coral Reefs 2013, 32:603-611.

82.          

Mayfield AB, Fan T-Y, Chen C-S: Physiological acclimation to elevated temperature in a reef-building coral from an upwelling environment. Coral Reefs 2013, 32:909-921.

83.          

Monismith SG, Herdman LMM, Ahmerkamp SH, Hench JL: Wave transformation and wave-driven flow across a steep coral reef. Journal of Physical Oceanography 2013, 43:1356-1379.

84.          

Nelson CE, Goldberg SJ, Wegley Kelly L, Haas AF, Smith JE, Rohwer F, Carlson CA: Coral and macroalgal exudates vary in neutral sugar composition and differentially enrich reef bacterioplankton lineages. ISME J 2013, 7:962-979.

85.          

Nielsen JA: Effects of density on behaviorally-mediated tradeoffs between growth and survivorship. Thesis. University of California, Ecology, Evolution and Marine Biology; 2013.

86.          

Pratchett MS, McCowan D, Maynard JA, Heron SF: Changes in bleaching susceptibility among corals subject to ocean warming and recurrent bleaching in Moorea, French Polynesia. PLoS One 2013, 8:e70443.

87.          

Padilla-Gamino JL, Bidigare RR, Barshis DJ, Alamaru A, Hedouin L, Hernandez-Pech X, Kandel F, Soon SL, Roth MS, Rodrigues LJ, Grottoli AG, Portocarrero C, Wagenhauser SA, Buttler F, Gates RD: Are all eggs created equal? A case study from the Hawaiian reef-building coral Montipora capitata. Coral Reefs 2013, 32:137-152.

88.          

Page HM, Brooks AJ, Kulbicki M, Galzin R, Miller RJ, Reed D, Schmitt RJ, Holbrook SJ, Koenigs C: Stable isotopes reveal trophic relationships and diet of consumers in temperate kelp forest and coral reef ecosystems. Oceanography 2013, 26:180-189.

89.          

Putnam HM, Mayfield AB, Fan T-Y, Chen C-S, Gates RD: The physiological and molecular responses of larvae from the reef-building coral Pocillopora damicornis exposed to near-future increases in temperatures and pCO2. Marine Biology 2013, 160:2157-2173.

90.          

Rivest EB, Chen C-S, Fan T-Y, Li H-H, Edmunds PJ, Hofmann GE: Energetic consequences of ocean acidification and warming for coral larvae. In Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA. Oxford University Press; 2013: E360-E360.

91.          

Siegel DA, Behrenfeld MJ, Maritorena S, McClain CR, Antoine D, Bailey SW, Bontempi PS, Boss ES, Dierssen HM, Doney SC, Eplee Jr. RE, Evans RH, Feldman GC, Fields E, Franz BA, Kuring NA, Mengelt C, Nelson NB, Patt FS, Robinson WD, Sarmiento JL, Swan CM, Werdell PJ, Westberry TK, Wilding JG, Yoder JA: Regional to global assessments of phytoplankton dynamics from the SeaWiFS mission. Remote Sensing of Environment 2013, 135:77-91.

92.          

Smith JE, Price NN, Nelson CE, Haas AF: Coupled changes in oxygen concentration and pH caused by metabolism of benthic coral reef organisms. Marine Biology 2013, 160:2437-2447.

93.          

Stat M, Pochon X, Franklin EC, Bruno JF, Casey KS, Selig ER, Gates RD: The distribution of the thermally tolerant symbiont lineage (Symbiodinium clade D) in corals from Hawaii: correlations with host and the history of ocean thermal stress. Ecology and Evolution 2013, 3:1317-1329.

94.          

Stewart HL, Price NN, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ, Brooks AJ: Determinants of the onset and strength of mutualistic interactions between branching corals and associate crabs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2013, 493:155-163.

95.          

Stier AC, Geange SW, Hanson KM, Bolker BM: Predator density and timing of arrival affect reef fish community assembly. Ecology 2013, 94:1057-1068.

96.          

Thompson AR, Adam TC, Hultgren KM, Thacker CE: Ecology and evolution affect network structure in an intimate marine mutualism. The American Naturalist 2013, 82:E58-E72.

97.          

Tootell J: Processes affecting the grazing, distribution, behavior, and condition of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs. M.S. California State University, Biology; 2013.

98.          

Treibitz T, Neal BP, Kline DI, Beijbom O, Roberts PLD, Mitchell BG, Kriegman D: Wide field-of-view daytime fluorescence imaging of coral reefs. In Oceans '13; San Diego, CA. IEEE, 345 E 47TH ST, NEW YORK, NY 10017 USA; 2013: 1-5.

99.          

Wall CB, Edmunds PJ: Elevated pCO2 increases ammonium excretion in juvenile colonies of the scleractinian Seritopora caliendrum. In Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA. Oxford University Press; 2013: E389-E389.

100.       

Wall CB, Edmunds PJ: In situ effects of low pH and elevated HCO3- on juvenile massive Porites spp. in Moorea, French Polynesia. Biological Bulletin 2013, 225:92-101.

101.       

Werdell PJ, Franz BA, Bailey SW, Feldman GC, Boss E, Brando VE, Dowell M, Hirata T, Lavender SJ, Lee Z, Loisel H, Maritorena S, Mélin F, Moore TS, Smyth TJ, Antoine D, Devred E, d’Andon OHF, Mangin A: Generalized ocean color inversion model for retrieving marine inherent optical properties. Applied Optics 2013, 52:2019-2037.

102.       

Zamudio SL, Bramanti L, Edmunds PJ: Temperature-induced maternal effects on the phenotype of larvae released by the brooding coral Pocillopora damicornis. In Society of Integrative and Comparative Biology Annual Meeting; San Francisco, CA. Oxford University Press; 2013: E233-E233.

 

 

103.       

Adam TC, Brooks AJ, Holbrook SJ, Schmitt RJ, Washburn L, Bernardi G: How will coral reef fish communities respond to climate-driven disturbances? Insight from landscape-scale perturbations. Oecologia 2014, 176:285-296.

104.       

Antoine D, Babin  M, Berthon JF, Bricaud A, Gentili B, Loisel H, Maritorena S, Stramski D: Shedding light on the sea: André Morel’s legacy to optical oceanography. Annual Review of Marine Science 2014, 6:1-21.

105.       

Beijbom O, Saberian M, Kriegman D, Vasconcelos N: Guess Averse Loss functions for cost-sensitive multiclass boosting. In 31st International Conference on Machine Learning (ICML); Beijing, China. Edited by Xing EP, Jebara T. Journal of Machine Learning Research; 2014: 9.

106.       

Bowen BW, Shanker K, Yasuda N, Malay MCD, von der Heyden S, Paulay G, Rocha LA, Selkoe KA, Barber PH, Williams ST, Lessios HA, Crandall ED, Bernardi G, Meyer CP, Carpenter KE, Toonen RJ: Phylogeography unplugged: Comparative surveys in the genomic era. Bulletin of Marine Science 2014, 90:13-46.

107.       

Byrne M, Hofmann GE: Calcification in a changing ocean: Perspectives on a virtual symposium in the Biological Bulletin. Biological Bulletin 2014, 226:167-168.

108.       

Cameron CM, Edmunds PJ: Effects simulated fish predation on small colonies of massive Porites spp. and Pocillopora meandrina. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2014, 508:139-148.

109.       

Clausing RJ, Annunziata C, Baker G, Lee C, Bittick SJ, Fong P: Effects of sediment depth on algal turf height are mediated by interactions with fish herbivory on a fringing reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2014, 517:121-129.

110.       

Comeau S, Carpenter RC, Edmunds PJ: Effects of irradiance on the response of the coral Acropora pulchra and the calcifying alga Hydrolithon reinboldii to temperature elevation and ocean acidification. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2014, 453:28-35.

111.       

Comeau S, Carpenter RC, Nojiri Y, Putnam HM, Sakai K, Edmunds PJ: Pacific-wide contrast highlights resistance of reef calcifiers to ocean acidification. Proceedings of the Royal Society B – Biological Sciences 2014, 281:20141339.

112.       

Comeau S, Edmunds PJ, Lantz CA, Carpenter RC: Water flow modulates the response of coral reef communities to ocean acidification. Scientific Reports 2014, 4:6681.

113.       

Comeau S, Edmunds PJ, Spindel NB, Carpenter RC: Diel pCO2 oscillations modulate the response of the coral Acropora hyacinthus to ocean acidification. Marine Ecology Progress Series 2014, 501:99-111.

114.       

Comeau S, Edmunds PJ, Spindel NB, Carpenter RC: Fast coral reef calcifiers are more sensitive to ocean acidification in short-term laboratory incubations. Limnology and Oceanography 2014, 59:1081-1091.

115.       

Dornelas M, Gotelli NJ, McGill B, Shimadzu H, Moyes F, Sievers C, Magurran AE: Assemblage time series revel biodiversity change but not systematic loss. Science 2014, 344:296-299.

116.       

Comeau S, Carpenter RC, Nojiri Y, Putnam HM, Sakai K, Edmunds PJ: Pacific-wide contrast highlights resistance of reef calcifiers to ocean acidification. Proc Biol Sci 2014, 281.

117.       

Cribb TH, Adlard RD, Bray RA, Sasal P, Cutmore SC: Biogeography of tropical

118.       

Davies N, Field D, Amaral-Zettler L, Clark MS, Deck J, Drummond A, Faith DP, Geller J, Gilbert J, Glockner FO, Hirsch PR, Leong JA, Meyer C, Obst M, Planes S, Scholin C, Vogler AP, Gates RD, Toonen R, Berteaux-Lecellier V, Barbier M, Barker K, Bertilsson S, Bicak M, Bietz MJ, Bobe J, Bodrossy L, Borja A, Coddington J, Fuhrman J, Gerdts G, Gillespie R, Goodwin K, Hanson PC, Hero JM, Hoekman D, Jansson J, Jeanthon C, Kao R, Klindworth A, Knight R, Kottmann R, Koo MS, Kotoulas G, Lowe AJ, Marteinsson VT, Meyer F, Morrison N, Myrold DD, Pafilis E, Parker S, Parnell JJ, Polymenakou PN, Ratnasingham S, Roderick GK, Rodriguez-Ezpeleta N, Schonrogge K, Simon N, Valette-Silver NJ, Springer YP, Stone GN, Stones-Havas S, Sansone SA, Thibault KM, Wecker P, Wichels A, Wooley JC, Yahara T, Zingone A, COS GO: The founding charter of the Genomic Observatories Network. Gigascience 2014, 3:2.

119.       

Edmunds PJ: Is acclimation beneficial to scleractinian corals, Porites spp.? Marine Biology 2014, 161:1531-1542.

120.       

Edmunds PJ, Adjeroud M, Baskett ML, Baums IB, Budd AF, Carpenter RC, Fabina NS, Fan T-Y, Franklin EC, Gross EC, Han X, Jacobson LM, Klaus JS, McClanahan TR, O’Leary JK, van Oppen MJH, Pochon X, Putnam HM, Smith TB, Stat MI, Sweatman H, van Woesik R, Gates RD: Persistence and change in community composition of reef corals through past, present, and future climates. PLoS One 2014, 9:e107525.

121.       

Edmunds PJ, Burgess SC, Putnam HM, Baskett ML, Bramanti L, Fabina NS, Han X, Lesser MP, Madin JS, Wall CB, Yost DM, Gates RD: Evaluating the causal basis of ecological success within the scleractinia: an integral projection model approach. Marine Biology 2014, 161:2719-2734.

122.       

Edmunds PJ, Nozawa Y, Villanueva RD: Refuges modulate coral recruitment in the Caribbean and the Pacific. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 2014, 454:78-84.

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