What could be bleached?
Samisoni Sauni, MSP-USP
sauni_s at usp.ac.fj
Tue Jan 8 17:54:56 EST 2002
I am a PhD student and interested in the same list of existing
publications you send to Victor.
On 8 Jan 02, at 8:42, Pam Muller wrote:
> My students and I have been studying bleaching in reef-dwelling
> for just over a decade. We have published a several papers on bleaching
> related symptoms (increased succeptibility to predation, test breakage and
> bioerosion, as well as reduced recruitment) in these protists. Two
> dissertations on our data set were defended in the past month, so several
> papers on our unique long-term data set from Conch Reef (thanks to the
> NOAA-NURC-Florida Keys Program) are planned for submission in the near
> I will send a list of existing publications directly to Victor. If anyone
> else is interested in the list, please contact me.
> If anyone else has published anything on bleaching in reef-dwelling
> foraminifera, please let me know.
> Pamela Hallock, Professor
> College of marine Science
> University of South Florida
> 140 7th Avenue S.
> St. Petersburg, FL 33701
> pmuller at marine.usf.edu
> "Gomelyuk, Victor" wrote:
> > I wander if colleagues would like to share their experiences on
> > marine organisms other than corals (but also containing symbiotic
> > zooxantellae)? I 've noticed bleaching of giant clam and some sea
> > Any literature sources on this phenomenon?
> > Regards,
> > V.Gomelyuk
> > Dr Victor E. Gomelyuk
> > Marine Scientist
> > Cobourg Marine Park
> > PO Box 496 PALMERSTON NT 0831 AUSTRALIA
> > phone 61 (08) 8979 0244
> > FAX 61 (08) 8979 0246
> > victor.gomelyuk at plmbay.pwcnt.nt.gov.au
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