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The cumulative impact of annual coral bleaching can turn some winners into losers.

Grottoli AG, Warner ME, Levas SJ, Aschaffenburg MD, Schoepf V, McGinley MP, Baumann JH, Matsui Y (2014), Global Change Biology vol 20, issue 12, page 3823-3833. doi:10.1111/gcb.12658

High-temperature acclimation strategies within the thermally tolerant endosymbiont Symbiodinium trenchii and its coral host, Turbinaria reniformis, differ with changing pCO2 and nutrients.

Hoadley KD, Pettay DT, Grottoli AG, Cai W-J, Melman TF, Levas SJ, Schoepf V, Ding Q, Yuan X, Wang Y, Matsui Y, Baumann JH, Warner ME (2016) Marine Biology 163:134. doi:10.1007/s00227-016-2909-8

Limits to the thermal tolerance of corals adapted to a highly fluctuating, naturally extreme temperature environment.

Schoepf, V., Stat, M., Falter, J. et al. Sci Rep 5, 17639 (2015). https://doi.org/10.1038/srep17639

Thermally Variable, Macrotidal Reef Habitats Promote Rapid Recovery From Mass Coral Bleaching

Schoepf Verena, Jung Maria U., McCulloch Malcolm T., White Nicole E., Stat Michael, Thomas Luke. Frontiers in Marine Science, vol 7, 2020, doi=10.3389/fmars.2020.00245

Coral host physiology and symbiont dynamics associated with differential recovery from mass bleaching in an extreme, macro-tidal reef environment in northwest Australia.

Jung, E.M.U., Stat, M., Thomas, L. et al. Coral Reefs 40, 893–905 (2021). https://doi.org/10.1007/s00338-021-02094-x