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作者:Monika Frazier , Martin Helmkampf , M. Renee Bellinger ...
来源:[J].BMC Genomics(IF 4.397), 2017, Vol.18 (1)
摘要:Scleractinian corals are a vital component of coral reef ecosystems, and of significant cultural and economic value worldwide. As anthropogenic and natural stressors are contributing to a global decline of coral reefs, understanding coral health is critical to help preserve the...
作者:Hilton B. Swan , Elisabeth S. M. Deschaseaux , Graham B. Jones ...
来源:[J].Analytical and Bioanalytical Chemistry(IF 3.659), 2017, Vol.409 (18), pp.4409-4423
摘要:Dimethylsulfoniopropionate (DMSP) and eleven other target zwitterions were quantified in the branch tips of six Acropora species and Stylophora pistillata hard coral growing on the reef flat surrounding Heron Island in the southern Great Barrier Reef (GBR), Australia. Hydrophilic...
作者:Kaylee Smit , David Glassom
来源:[J].Helgoland Marine Research(IF 1.444), 2017, Vol.71 (1)
摘要:Intertidal corals have been under-studied yet they provide scope for understanding adaptation and acclimatisation of corals to marginal conditions. Corals in intertidal rock pools along the east coast of South Africa withstand large temperature fluctuations, and marginal conditi...
作者:Zhenjun Qin , Kefu Yu , Yanting Liang ...
来源:[J].Science of the Total Environment(IF 3.258), 2020, Vol.711
摘要:Abstract(#br)Coral tissue thickness (CTT) is an effective indicator of the adaptability of corals to environmental stress, but the relationships between the spatial and intergeneric variation of coral tissue across latitudes and tolerance to environmental stress are not well...
作者:Minwei Han , Ruijie Zhang , Kefu Yu ...
来源:[J].Journal of Hazardous Materials(IF 3.925), 2020, Vol.384
摘要:Abstract(#br)Coral reefs have suffered degradation from climate change and water quality deterioration. Studies have shown that PAHs are present widely in some coastal seawater and coral tissues. However, no studies have focused on the PAHs in coastal coral mucus and offshore coral...
作者:Ruijie Zhang , Kefu Yu , An Li ...
来源:[J].Science of the Total Environment(IF 3.258), 2020, Vol.704
摘要:Abstract(#br)Coral reef fishes are about 10% of commercial fishes worldwide. Their pollution is close to human’s health. Antibiotics are one group of emerging organic pollutants in the marine environment. However, little data is available on the bioaccumulation and dietary...
作者:Simon Van Wynsberge , Antoine Gilbert , Nicolas Guillemot ...
来源:[J].Environmental Monitoring and Assessment(IF 1.592), 2017, Vol.189 (7)
摘要:... In this study, we used 1800 candidate indicators by combining metrics measured from coral, fish, and macro-invertebrate assemblages surveyed from 2006 to 2012 in the vicinity of an ongoing mining project in the Voh-Koné-Pouembout lagoon, New Caledonia. We performed a power ...
作者:Le Yao , Markus Aretz , Paul B. Wignall ...
来源:[J].Earth-Science Reviews(IF 7.339), 2020, Vol.203
摘要:... Here, we document and review the reef-recovery interval following the Late Devonian Frasnian-Famennian (Kellwasser) and end-Famennian (Hangenberg) mass extinctions, which eliminated the largest area of metazoan (stromatoporoid-coral) reefs of the Phanerozoic. Previous rep...
作者:Dar Golomb , Nadav Shashar , Baruch Rinkevich
来源:[J].Ecological Engineering(IF 2.958), 2020, Vol.145
摘要:Abstract(#br)Hard bottom substrates that are the hallmark property of the coral reefs can be expanded by transforming sedimentary areas into engineered reefs. Testing this rationale, we developed here two preset coral-carpet prototypes (‘coral sods’; 6 units, each 7.5 m 2 ...
作者:Hongqiang Yan , Qi Shi , Kefu Yu ...
来源:[J].Science of the Total Environment(IF 3.258), 2019, Vol.670, pp.595-605
摘要:Abstract(#br)Seawater temperature is one of the main environmental factors controlling coral skeleton growth. Sustained seawater warming is regarded as a major threat to coral growth and reef development. Coral reefs are widespread in the South China Sea (SCS), where the his...

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