Category: Coral Research
New publication: Coral reefs in the Gilbert Islands of Kiribati after more than a decade of multiple stressors
I’m thrilled to share the first publication from my Ph.D. dissertation research, out last month in the open-access journal PLoS One (and available for download here). This paper will be the first chapter of my dissertation, and it’s great to (finally) see it out in the universe! For this paper, my co-authors (including my advisor […]
Hidden Indicators of Reef Health: New study suggests that common survey metrics may miss subtler signs of stress (cross-posted from Reefbites)
Some corals in the Gulf of Aqaba (also known as the Gulf of Eilat) in the Red Sea are spawning out of sync, says a new paper published in Science by scientists Tom Shlesinger and Yossi Loya from Tel-Aviv University.
New publication: The relationship between macroalgae taxa and human disturbance on central Pacific coral reefs
I am delighted to share my first first-authored peer reviewed journal article, The relationship between macroalgae taxa and human disturbance on central Pacific coral reefs, now out in Marine Pollution Bulletin!