Andreas Dietzel
Andreas Dietzel
ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
Verified email at my.jcu.edu.au
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Global warming transforms coral reef assemblages
TP Hughes, JT Kerry, AH Baird, SR Connolly, A Dietzel, CM Eakin, ...
Nature 556 (7702), 492-496, 2018
7012018
Global warming impairs stock–recruitment dynamics of corals
TP Hughes, JT Kerry, AH Baird, SR Connolly, TJ Chase, A Dietzel, T Hill, ...
Nature 568 (7752), 387-390, 2019
1812019
Horny sponges and their affairs: On the phylogenetic relationships of keratose sponges
D Erpenbeck, P Sutcliffe, SC Cook, A Dietzel, M Maldonado, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 63 (3), 809-816, 2012
602012
Long-term shifts in the colony size structure of coral populations along the Great Barrier Reef
A Dietzel, M Bode, SR Connolly, TP Hughes
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 287 (1936), 20201432, 2020
132020
The population sizes and global extinction risk of reef-building coral species at biogeographic scales
A Dietzel, M Bode, SR Connolly, TP Hughes
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (5), 663-669, 2021
12021
Costs of restoration measures in the EU based on an assessment of LIFE projects
A Dietzel, J Maes
European Commission, 2015
12015
Author Correction: The population sizes and global extinction risk of reef-building coral species at biogeographic scales
A Dietzel, M Bode, SR Connolly, TP Hughes
Nature Ecology & Evolution, 1-1, 2021
2021
The viability of coral populations in the Anthropocene (PhD thesis)
A Dietzel
https://doi.org/10.25903/ksg6-fq85, 2021
2021
The viability of coral populations in the Anthropocene
A Dietzel
James Cook University, 2020
2020
The resilience of coral reefs: The role of shelter limitation, connectivity, functional redundancy and response diversity
A Dietzel
2012
'The full hands of a sower'. Energy transition, onwards to the next phase. A helping hand for an effective energy policy. Final report of the RMNO-project'Energy and …
TG Tan, JG Hoffman, A Dietzel
2010
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