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Editorial: The future of coral reefs subject to rapid climate change: Lessons from natural extreme environments.
SDJ Camp EF, Schoepf V, Mumby PJ
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 433, 2018
156*2018
The Future of Coral Reefs Subject to Rapid Climate Change: Lessons from Natural Extreme Environments
DJS EF Camp, V Schoepf, PJ Mumby, LA Hardtke, R Rodolfo-Metalpa, DJ Smith
Frontiers in Marine Science 5 (4), 2018
1562018
Influence of conservation education dive briefings as a management tool on the timing and nature of recreational SCUBA diving impacts on coral reefs
E Camp, D Fraser
Ocean & coastal management 61, 30-37, 2012
1092012
Rapid coral decay is associated with marine heatwave mortality events on reefs
WP Leggat, EF Camp, DJ Suggett, SF Heron, AJ Fordyce, S Gardner, ...
Current Biology 29 (16), 2723-2730. e4, 2019
852019
Reef-building corals thrive within hot-acidified and deoxygenated waters
EF Camp, MR Nitschke, R Rodolfo-Metalpa, F Houlbreque, SG Gardner, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-9, 2017
682017
Mangrove and seagrass beds provide different biogeochemical services for corals threatened by climate change
EF Camp, DJ Suggett, G Gendron, J Jompa, C Manfrino, DJ Smith
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 52, 2016
672016
The other microeukaryotes of the coral reef microbiome
TD Ainsworth, AJ Fordyce, EF Camp
Trends in Microbiology 25 (12), 980-991, 2017
592017
Acclimatization to high-variance habitats does not enhance physiological tolerance of two key Caribbean corals to future temperature and pH
EF Camp, DJ Smith, C Evenhuis, I Enochs, D Manzello, S Woodcock, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1831), 20160442, 2016
462016
Coral microbiome diversity reflects mass coral bleaching susceptibility during the 2016 El Niņo heat wave
SG Gardner, EF Camp, DJ Smith, T Kahlke, EO Osman, G Gendron, ...
Ecology and evolution 9 (3), 938-956, 2019
422019
Mangrove lagoons of the Great Barrier Reef support coral populations persisting under extreme environmental conditions
EF Camp, J Edmondson, A Doheny, J Rumney, AJ Grima, A Huete, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 625, 1-14, 2019
382019
Insights from extreme coral reefs in a changing world
JA Burt, EF Camp, IC Enochs, JL Johansen, KM Morgan, B Riegl, ...
Coral Reefs 39 (3), 495-507, 2020
362020
How can “Super Corals” facilitate global coral reef survival under rapid environmental and climatic change?
EF Camp, V Schoepf, DJ Suggett
Global change biology 24 (7), 2755-2757, 2018
292018
A positive trajectory for corals at Little Cayman Island
C Manfrino, CA Jacoby, E Camp, TK Frazer
PLoS One 8 (10), e75432, 2013
282013
Revealing changes in the microbiome of Symbiodiniaceae under thermal stress
EF Camp, T Kahlke, MR Nitschke, D Varkey, NL Fisher, L Fujise, S Goyen, ...
Environmental microbiology 22 (4), 1294-1309, 2020
272020
Optimizing return‐on‐effort for coral nursery and outplanting practices to aid restoration of the Great Barrier Reef
DJSEFCJELBEVRKLJT Patterson
Restoration Ecology 27 (3), 683–93, 2019
272019
Cohabitation promotes high diversity of clownfishes in the Coral Triangle
EF Camp, JPA Hobbs, M De Brauwer, AJ Dumbrell, DJ Smith
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1827), 20160277, 2016
262016
Utility of photochemical traits as diagnostics of thermal tolerance amongst great barrier reef corals
MR Nitschke, SG Gardner, S Goyen, L Fujise, EF Camp, PJ Ralph, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 45, 2018
242018
Corals exhibit distinct patterns of microbial reorganisation to thrive in an extreme inshore environment
EF Camp, DJ Suggett, C Pogoreutz, MR Nitschke, F Houlbreque, ...
Coral Reefs 39 (3), 701-716, 2020
232020
Metabolomic profiles differ among unique genotypes of a threatened Caribbean coral
KE Lohr, RB Khattri, J Guingab-Cagmat, EF Camp, ME Merritt, TJ Garrett, ...
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-11, 2019
232019
Polyp bailout in Pocillopora damicornis following thermal stress
AJ Fordyce, EF Camp, TD Ainsworth
F1000Research 6, 2017
222017
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