corals & temperature
Coral Health and Monitoring Program
coral at aoml.noaa.gov
Tue Apr 1 11:36:49 EST 1997
For starters, try these:
Atwood,-D.K.; Hendee,-J.C.; Mendez,-A. 1992. An assessment of
global warming stress on Caribbean coral reef
ecosystems. Bull. Mar. Sci. 51(1): 118-130.
Cook,-C.B.; Logan,-A.; Ward,-J.; Luckhurst,-B.; Berg,-
C.J.,Jr. Elevated temperatures and bleaching on a high
latitude coral reef: The 1988 Bermuda event. CORAL-
REEFS. 1990. vol. 9, no. 1, pp. 45-49.
Gates,-R.D. Seawater temperature and sublethal coral
bleaching in Jamaica. CORAL-REEFS. 1990. vol. 8, no. 4,
Jokiel,-P.L.; Coles,-S.L. Response of Hawaiian and other
Indo-Pacific reef corals to elevated temperature.
CORAL-REEFS. 1990. vol. 8, no. 4, pp. 155-162.
...then check their references, etc. There are probably some newer
On Tue, 1 Apr 1997, Amos Winter wrote:
> Date: Tue, 1 Apr 1997 10:33:06 -400
> From: Amos Winter <a_winter at RUMAC.UPR.CLU.EDU>
> To: coral-list at coral.aoml.noaa.gov
> Subject: coral growth and temperature
> Dear Colleagues:
> I am interested in any research which addresses specifically the
> relationship between coral growth and water temperature. So far my
> hunt for references on this subject has not been fruitful. Any leads
> would be greatly appreciated.
> Amos Winter
> Department of Marine Sciences
> University of Puerto Rico
> PO Box 5000
> Mayaguez, PR 00681-5000
> Tel: (787) 265-5416; Fax: (787) 265-2195
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