Coral responses to anthropogenic stress in the twenty-first century: an ecophysiological perspective

The number of ecophysiological studies involving reef corals has increased markedly over the last 20 years, driven primarily by the concern over the potential effects of anthropogenic change on coral communities. In particular, the evaluation of the effects of global climate change has prompted major research efforts into understanding the consequences of both rising seawater temperatures and ocean acidification on the physiology of corals.

Sweet M. J. & Brown B. E., 2016. Coral responses to anthropogenic stress in the twenty-first century: an ecophysiological perspective. In: Hughes R. N., Hughes D. J., Smith I. P. & Dale A. C., Oceanography and marine biology: an annual review, 54, pp 271-314. Taylor and Francis. Book chapter (restricted access).

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