Material in this section originates from the following category in our Subject Index:
Coral Reefs (Bleaching: Causes, Temperature))
Material preceded by an asterisk (*) was posted after this subject summary was written and therefore is not included in the summary. This material will be integrated into the summary at a later date.
* -- If Temperatures Rise, Can Earth's Corals Take the Heat?
* -- Larval Sponge Responses to Elevated Seawater Temperatures
* -- The High-Latitude Coral-Climate Correlation During the Holocene
* -- Corals Dying from Weather-Induced Heating and Cooling ... But Surviving Climate-Induced Heating and Cooling
* -- The Real Recipe for Coral Bleaching
* -- Prospects for Sea Urchin Development in Warmed Waters Southeast of Australia
* -- Coral Disease in a Warmer World
* -- The Mushroom Corals of Singapore: Global vs. Local Challenges
* -- Coral Reefs, Temperature and CO2: Their Long-Term Interactions
* -- Water Quality and Warming-Induced Coral Bleaching
* -- Earth's Incredible Dissolving Corals
* -- Acclimation to Thermal Stress in Reef-Building Corals
* -- Coral Bleaching in the South China Sea
* -- Thermal Conditions at Major Coral Reef Sites Prior to the Late-20th-Century's "Unprecedented" Global Warming
* -- More Hope for Corals in a Warming World
* -- Can Rising Atmospheric CO2 Concentrations Prevent the Thermal Bleaching of Corals?
* -- The Significance of Size and Age in the Bleaching of Coral Colonies
* -- The New Climate-Alarmist Wisdom: Both Heat and Cold May Kill Corals in a CO2-Warmed World
* -- Corals Killed by Cooling
* -- UV Radiation: Can It Prevent Coral Bleaching?
* -- El Niño Warming: Effects on Costa Rican Corals
* -- The Resiliency of the Reef-Flat Corals of Ko Phuket, Thailand
* -- The Resiliency of the Coral Communities on the Outer Slope of Moorea, French Polynesia
* -- Coral Bleaching Caused by Cold Temperatures
* -- Recent Coral Mortality Associated with Bleaching: Is It Caused by High Temperature or Disease? ... or Both?
* -- Earth's "ThermoSolarstat": Does It Protect Coral Reefs During Periods of High Temperature and Solar Radiation?
* -- Corals That Tolerate High Temperatures
* -- Human-Induced Destruction of Coral Reefs and Other Coastal Ecosystems
* -- Health Status of the World’s Coral Reefs
* -- A 271-Year Sea Surface Temperature Record from the Central Gyre of the Subtropical South Pacific
Coral Reef Recovery Following the 1982/1983 ENSO Event
Effect of Temperature on Bacteria-Induced Coral Bleaching
Temperature, Bacterial Adhesion, and Coral Bleaching
Coral Bleaching Caused by Bacterial Infection
Oxidative Stress and Coral Bleaching
Heat-Shock Proteins and Coral Bleaching
Coral Bleaching Follows Rapid Cooling
Coral Bleaching Follows Rapid Warming
Sea Surface Temperatures and Coral Bleaching