Christian Wild
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Coral mucus functions as an energy carrier and particle trap in the reef ecosystem
C Wild, M Huettel, A Klueter, SG Kremb, MYM Rasheed, BB Jørgensen
Nature 428 (6978), 66-70, 2004
Nitrogen cycling in corals: the key to understanding holobiont functioning?
N Rädecker, C Pogoreutz, CR Voolstra, J Wiedenmann, C Wild
Trends in microbiology 23 (8), 490-497, 2015
Climate change impedes scleractinian corals as primary reef ecosystem engineers
C Wild, O Hoegh-Guldberg, MS Naumann, MF Colombo-Pallotta, ...
Marine and Freshwater research 62 (2), 205-215, 2011
Heat stress destabilizes symbiotic nutrient cycling in corals
N Rädecker, C Pogoreutz, HM Gegner, A Cárdenas, F Roth, J Bougoure, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (5), e2022653118, 2021
Coral surface area quantification–evaluation of established techniques by comparison with computer tomography
MS Naumann, W Niggl, C Laforsch, C Glaser, C Wild
Coral reefs 28, 109-117, 2009
7.04—Physical ecosystem engineers and the functioning of estuaries and coasts
JL Gutiérrez, CG Jones, JE Byers, KK Arkema, K Berkenbusch, ...
Treatise on estuarine and coastal science, 53-81, 2011
Effects of transparent exopolymer particles and muddy terrigenous sediments on the survival of hard coral recruits
KE Fabricius, C Wild, E Wolanski, D Abele
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 57 (4), 613-621, 2003
Degradation and mineralization of coral mucus in reef environments
C Wild, M Rasheed, U Werner, U Franke, R Johnstone, M Huettel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 267, 159-171, 2004
Biology and ecology of coral mucus release
JC Bythell, C Wild
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 408 (1-2), 88-93, 2011
Coral mucus fuels the sponge loop in warm-and cold-water coral reef ecosystems
L Rix, JM de Goeij, CE Mueller, U Struck, JJ Middelburg, FC van Duyl, ...
Scientific reports 6 (1), 18715, 2016
Influence of coral mucus on nutrient fluxes in carbonate sands
C Wild, H Woyt, M Huettel
Marine ecology Progress series 287, 87-98, 2005
Effects of ocean acidification on microbial community composition of, and oxygen fluxes through, biofilms from the Great Barrier Reef
V Witt, C Wild, KRN Anthony, G Diaz‐Pulido, S Uthicke
Environmental Microbiology 13 (11), 2976-2989, 2011
Sugar enrichment provides evidence for a role of nitrogen fixation in coral bleaching
C Pogoreutz, N Rädecker, A Cardenas, A Gärdes, CR Voolstra, C Wild
Global Change Biology 23 (9), 3838-3848, 2017
In situ measurements of advective solute transport in permeable shelf sands
CE Reimers, HA Stecher III, GL Taghon, CM Fuller, M Huettel, A Rusch, ...
Continental shelf research 24 (2), 183-201, 2004
Differential recycling of coral and algal dissolved organic matter via the sponge loop
L Rix, JM de Goeij, D van Oevelen, U Struck, FA Al‐Horani, C Wild, ...
Functional Ecology 31 (3), 778-789, 2017
Dominance of Endozoicomonas bacteria throughout coral bleaching and mortality suggests structural inflexibility of the Pocillopora verrucosa microbiome
C Pogoreutz, N Rädecker, A Cárdenas, A Gärdes, C Wild, CR Voolstra
Ecology and evolution 8 (4), 2240-2252, 2018
In-situ Effects of Eutrophication and Overfishing on Physiology and Bacterial Diversity of the Red Sea Coral Acropora hemprichii
C Jessen, JF Villa Lizcano, T Bayer, C Roder, M Aranda, C Wild, ...
PLoS One 8 (4), e62091, 2013
Organic matter release by dominant hermatypic corals of the Northern Red Sea
MS Naumann, A Haas, U Struck, C Mayr, M el-Zibdah, C Wild
Coral Reefs 29, 649-659, 2010
Organic matter release by Red Sea coral reef organisms—potential effects on microbial activity and in situ O2 availability
C Wild, W Niggl, MS Naumann, AF Haas
Marine Ecology Progress Series 411, 61-71, 2010
First evidence for zooplankton feeding sustaining key physiological processes in a scleractinian cold-water coral
MS Naumann, C Orejas, C Wild, C Ferrier-Pagès
Journal of Experimental Biology 214 (21), 3570-3576, 2011
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