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Coral Reefs (Responses to Temperature Stress: Recovery and Resilience)

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Coral Reefs (Responses to Temperature Stress: Recovery and Resilience)


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Summary


The Increasing Resilience of Corals to Thermal Stress

A Review of Coral Thermal Tolerance Abilities

The Absolute Resilience of French Polynesian Reefs to Environmental Disturbances

Reef-dwelling Fish Resilience Despite Widespread Coral Bleaching

The Recovery of Three Caribbean Corals Following a Simulated Bleaching Event

The Resilience of a Caribbean Inshore Patch Reef to Temperature Stress

The Outer Reefs of Moorea Island: Back From the Dead!

Coral Bleaching is Not a Tell-Tale Sign of Imminent Extinction

Warming-Driven Regime Shifts and Rebound Potential in Coral Reefs

Benthic Primary Production of an Upwelling-Influenced Coral Reef

Algal Symbionts Increase Heat Tolerance of Corals after Bleaching

A 16-Year History of Coral Bleaching in Moorea, French Polynesia

The Flip Side of Coral Bleaching

Near-Death Experiences of Brazilian Corals

The Resiliency of a Tropical Eastern-Pacific Coral Reef

Sea Fan Adaptive Responses to Pathogen- and Heat-Induced Stress

Coral Reefs of Tanzania

Recovery of Palau's Coral Reefs After the ENSO-Induced Bleaching Event of 1998

Effects of Bleaching and Cyclones on Coral Reefs of French Polynesia

To the Big Bleaching and Back Again