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You’ve collected messy crowd-sourced data – now what?
You’ve collected messy crowd-sourced data – now what?
Christine A. Ward-Paige, Annabel Westell, Darlene Howe
eOceans

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Sticking and sinking: when sediments rise, corals gametes fall
Sticking and sinking: when sediments rise, corals gametes fall
Gerard F. Ricardo, Ross J. Jones, Roman Stocker, Peta L. Clode, Adriana Humanes, Natalie Giofre, Andrew P. Negri
UWA; AIMS; WAMSI; ETH Zurich, JCU

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A scenario analysis of past and future trends of the coastal and marine ecosystems of Maluku Barat Daya, Indonesia
A scenario analysis of past and future trends of the coastal and marine ecosystems of Maluku Barat Daya, Indonesia
Estradivari, C. Handayani, A. Damora, N. Wisesa, Amkieltiela, B. Sumiono, L. Glew & G. Ahmadia
WWF-Indonesia

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Evidence of adaptation in coral-algal symbiosis at mesophotic depths in the Northwest Gulf of Mexico
Evidence of adaptation in coral-algal symbiosis at mesophotic depths in the Northwest Gulf of Mexico
Jennifer Polinski, Joshua Voss
Florida Atlantic University, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

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Effects of St. Lucie Estuarine Discharge Water and Thermal Stress on <i>Montastraea cavernosa</i> in Florida
Effects of St. Lucie Estuarine Discharge Water and Thermal Stress on Montastraea cavernosa in Florida
Alycia Shatters, Joshua Voss, Jeff Beal
FAU, Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute

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Fleshy Macroalgae Share Dominance with Other Organisms on Degraded Coral Reefs
Fleshy Macroalgae Share Dominance with Other Organisms on Degraded Coral Reefs
Judith C. Lang, Philip A. Kramer and Kenneth W. Marks
AGRRA (Atlantic and Gulf Rapid Reef Assessment), TNC (The Nature Conservancy)

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Strengthening Citizen Science Networks to benefit the Great Barrier Reef
Strengthening Citizen Science Networks to benefit the Great Barrier Reef
Jennifer Loder 1,13, Andrew Chin 2,3, Asia Armstrong 1,4, Martha Brians 1,5, Angela Dean 1,6, Norman Duke 1,7, Kyra Hay 1,8, Debra Henry 1,9, Nathan Johnston 1,10, Diana Kleine 1,8, Jock Mackenzie 1,7, Vicki Martin 1,11, Fiona Merida 1,2, Gretta Pecl 1,5, Jemina Stuart-Smith 1,5, Jodi Salmond 1,12, Heidi Taylor 1,13, Kathy Townsend 1,4, Petra Lundgren 1,14
1 Great Barrier Reef Citizen Science Alliance, 2 Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, 3 James Cook University, 4 Project Manta, 5 Redmap, 6 University of Queensland School of Communications & Arts, 7 Mangrove Watch, 8 CoralWatch, 9 Wildlife Queensland Coastal Citizen Science, 10 Fitzroy Partnership for River Health, 11 Southern Cross University, 12 Reef Check Australia, 13 Tangaroa Blue Foundation, 14 Great Barrier Reef Foundation

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Crowd-sourcing Coral Reef Visualization - The ARRAS Experience
Crowd-sourcing Coral Reef Visualization - The ARRAS Experience
Marioor Soriano
National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines

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Assessing factors affecting coral transplantation success in Inner Apra Harbor, Guam
Assessing factors affecting coral transplantation success in Inner Apra Harbor, Guam
Spring, K. D.1; Khan, A. A.2; Marx, Jr., D. E.3; Smith, S. H.3; Cooke, C. A.3; Ampela, K.2; Wild, B. J.3; and Lundgren, I. F.4
1. CSA Ocean Sciences Inc.; 2. HDR; 3. Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center - Pacific; 4. United States Navy, NAVFAC Pacific

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FINDING SUPER CORALS: ENVIRONMENTALLY MEDIATED MATERNAL EFFECTS IN STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA FROM THE GULF OF AQABA, RED SEA.
FINDING SUPER CORALS: ENVIRONMENTALLY MEDIATED MATERNAL EFFECTS IN STYLOPHORA PISTILLATA FROM THE GULF OF AQABA, RED SEA.
Jessica Bellworthy
University of Southampton

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Crowd-sourcing Coral Reef Visualization - The ARRAS Experience
Crowd-sourcing Coral Reef Visualization - The ARRAS Experience
Maricor Soriano
National Institute of Physics, University of the Philippines

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Contribution of Large Decapods to Maintenance of Coral Reef Community Integrity
Contribution of Large Decapods to Maintenance of Coral Reef Community Integrity
Alexander Tewfik
Wildlife Conservation Society, Glover’s Reef Research Station, Belize

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Sexual Reproduction in the Caribbean Coral Genus Colpophyllia in Puerto Rico
Sexual Reproduction in the Caribbean Coral Genus Colpophyllia in Puerto Rico
Hanae Spathias, Ernesto Weil
Departments of Marine Sciences, University of Puerto Rico, Mayagüez

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Effects of coal contamination on a coral, reef-fish and seagrass
Effects of coal contamination on a coral, reef-fish and seagrass
Kathryn Berry, Mia Hoogenboom, Florita Flores, Andrew Negri
James Cook University, Australian Institute of Marine Science, ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies

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Influence of coral reef composition on feeding preferences of Caribbean herbivorous fishes
Influence of coral reef composition on feeding preferences of Caribbean herbivorous fishes
A. Duran, T. Adam, C. Fuchs, M. Rojas, M. Roycroft, L. Palma, L. Collado-Vides and D. E. Burkepile
Florida International University, University of California Santa Barbara

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Designing and financing optimal enforcement for small-scale fisheries and dive tourism industries
Designing and financing optimal enforcement for small-scale fisheries and dive tourism industries
Gavin McDonald, Tracey Mangin, Lennon R. Thomas, Christopher Costello
 Bren School of Environmental Science & Management, Sustainable Fisheries Group, University of California Santa Barbara, United States

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Herbivorous fish species differ in selectivities of macroalgae on a fringing reef in Mo
Herbivorous fish species differ in selectivities of macroalgae on a fringing reef in Mo'orea
Shayna A Sura, Peggy Fong
University of California Los Angeles

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WHAT IS THE BEST SCIENTIFIC JUSTIFICATION FOR MPAS ON CARIBBEAN REEFS?
WHAT IS THE BEST SCIENTIFIC JUSTIFICATION FOR MPAS ON CARIBBEAN REEFS?
Pawlik, Joseph R
University of North Carolina Wilmington

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THE 2014-2016 GLOBAL CORAL BLEACHING EVENT: PRELIMINARY COMPARISONS BETWEEN THERMAL STRESS AND BLEACHING TIMING AND INTENSITY
THE 2014-2016 GLOBAL CORAL BLEACHING EVENT: PRELIMINARY COMPARISONS BETWEEN THERMAL STRESS AND BLEACHING TIMING AND INTENSITY
Andrea M. Gomez1, C. Mark Eakin2, Jacqueline L. De La Cour2,4, Gang Liu2,4, Erick F. Geiger2,4, Scott F. Heron3,4, William J. Skirving3,4, Kyle V. Tirak2,4, Alan E. Strong2,4, Kyle C. McDonald1, and Ana Carnaval5
Ecosystem Science Lab and NOAA-CREST, City College of New York, New York, NY 10031; 2. NOAA/NESDIS/STAR Coral Reef Watch, College Park, MD 20740; 3. NOAA/NESDIS/STAR Coral Reef Watch-ReefSense, Townsville, Queensland 4817, Australia; 4. Global Science & Technology, Inc., Greenbelt, MD 20770; 5. Biology Department, The Graduate Center & City College, City University of New York, New York, NY 10031

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NO REEF LEFT BEHIND: USING AND INTERPRETING NOAA CORAL REEF WATCH’S 5-KM REGIONAL VIRTUAL STATIONS FOR MONITORING BLEACHING STRESS
NO REEF LEFT BEHIND: USING AND INTERPRETING NOAA CORAL REEF WATCH’S 5-KM REGIONAL VIRTUAL STATIONS FOR MONITORING BLEACHING STRESS
Erick Geiger, Mark Eakin, Gang Liu, Jacqueline De La Cour, Scott Heron, William Skirving, Kyle Tirak, Alan Strong
Global Science & Technology, Inc., NOAA Coral Reef Watch

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