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Adrienne M.S. Correa
Adrienne M.S. Correa
Associate Professor, Environmental Science Policy and Management, UC Berkeley
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Overfishing and nutrient pollution interact with temperature to disrupt coral reefs down to microbial scales
JR Zaneveld, DE Burkepile, AA Shantz, CE Pritchard, R McMinds, ...
Nature communications 7 (1), 1-12, 2016
5312016
Specificity is rarely absolute in coral–algal symbiosis: implications for coral response to climate change
RN Silverstein, AMS Correa, AC Baker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1738), 2609-2618, 2012
2802012
Virus–host interactions and their roles in coral reef health and disease
RV Thurber, JP Payet, AR Thurber, AMS Correa
Nature Reviews Microbiology 15 (4), 205-216, 2017
1582017
Multiple symbiotic partnerships are common in scleractinian corals, but not in octocorals: comment on Goulet (2006)
AC Baker, AM Romanski
Marine ecology progress series 335, 237-242, 2007
1532007
Macroalgae Decrease Growth and Alter Microbial Community Structure of the Reef-Building Coral, Porites astreoides
R Vega Thurber, DE Burkepile, AMS Correa, AR Thurber, AA Shantz, ...
Public Library of Science 7 (9), e44246, 2012
1482012
Potential role of viruses in white plague coral disease
N Soffer, ME Brandt, AMS Correa, TB Smith, RL Vega Thurber
The ISME Journal, 2013
1302013
Environmental DNA survey captures patterns of fish and invertebrate diversity across a tropical seascape
BN Nguyen, EW Shen, J Seemann, AMS Correa, JL O’Donnell, AH Altieri, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 6729, 2020
1162020
Development of clade-specific Symbiodinium primers for quantitative PCR (qPCR) and their application to detecting clade D symbionts in Caribbean corals
AMS Correa, MD McDonald, AC Baker
Marine Biology 156, 2403-2411, 2009
1162009
Understanding diversity in coral-algal symbiosis: a cluster-based approach to interpreting fine-scale genetic variation in the genus Symbiodinium
AMS Correa, AC Baker
Coral Reefs 28, 81-93, 2009
1112009
Revisiting the rules of life for viruses of microorganisms
AMS Correa, C Howard-Varona, SR Coy, A Buchan, MB Sullivan, ...
Nature Reviews Microbiology, 2021
1092021
Novel algal symbiont (Symbiodinium spp.) diversity in reef corals of Western Australia
RN Silverstein, AMS Correa, TC LaJeunesse, AC Baker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 422, 63-75, 2011
1052011
Unique nucleocytoplasmic dsDNA and+ ssRNA viruses are associated with the dinoflagellate endosymbionts of corals.
AM Correa, RM Welsh, RL Vega Thurber
ISME doi: 10.1038/ismej, 2012
942012
Viral outbreak in corals associated with an in situ bleaching event: atypical herpes-like viruses and a new megavirus infecting Symbiodinium
AMS Correa, TD Ainsworth, SM Rosales, AR Thurber, CR Butler, ...
Frontiers in Microbiology, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00127, 2016
912016
Symbiodinium associations with diseased and healthy scleractinian corals
AMS Correa, ME Brandt, TB Smith, DJ Thornhill, AC Baker
Coral Reefs 28, 437-448, 2009
882009
Viruses of reef-building scleractinian corals
RLV Thurber, AMS Correa
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 408 (1-2), 102-113, 2011
862011
Molecular Delineation of Species in the Coral Holobiont
M Stat, AC Baker, DG Bourne, AMS Correa, Z Forsman, MJ Huggett, ...
Advances in Marine Biology 63, 1, 2012
852012
Disturbance Driven Colony Fragmentation as a Driver of a Coral Disease Outbreak
M Brandt, T Smith, A Correa, R Vega Thurber
PLoS ONE 8 (2), e57164, 2013
752013
Rapid recovery of a coral reef at Darwin Island, Galapagos Islands
PW Glynn, B Riegl, A Correa, I Baums
622009
Genesis and morphology of cold-water coral ridges in a unidirectional current regime
TBS Correa, GP Eberli, M Grasmueck, JK Reed, AMS Correa
Marine Geology 326, 14-27, 2012
582012
Variable species responses to experimental stony coral tissue loss disease (SCTLD) exposure
SS Meiling, EM Muller, D Lasseigne, A Rossin, AJ Veglia, N MacKnight, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 670829, 2021
552021
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