33. Stehen die Korallen vor dem Hitze-Aus?

1. PIK (2020): Kippelemente – Achillesfersen im Erdsystem:

2. Universität Konstanz (2019): Bakterien machen Korallen widerstandsfähiger: 25.7.2019,

3. University of Miami (2015): New study uncovers why some threatened corals swap ‚algae‘ partners: 3.6.2015,

4. Griffith University (2015): Caribbean findings may impact Barrier Reef studies: 20.2.2015,

5. University of Southampton (2015): New algae species helps corals survive in the hottest reefs on the planet: 27.2.2015,

6. Penn State (2015): Invasive microbe protects corals from global warming, but at a cost: 1.6.2015,

7. University of Melbourne (2016): Promiscuity may help some corals survive bleaching events: 20.4.2016,

8. Penn State (2018): Diverse symbionts of reef corals have endured since ‚age of dinosaurs‘: 9.8.2018,

9. NOAA (2013): New study suggests coral reefs may be able to adapt to moderate climate change: 29.10.2013,

10. Logan, C. A., Dunne, J. P., Eakin, C. M., Donner, S. D. (2014): Incorporating adaptive responses into future projections of coral bleaching: Global Change Biology 20 (1), 125-139.

11. Palumbi, S. R., Barshis, D. J., Traylor-Knowles, N., Bay, R. A. (2014): Mechanisms of reef coral resistance to future climate change: Science 344 (6186), 895-898.

12. Stanford University (2014): Some corals adjusting to rising ocean temperatures, Stanford researchers say: 24.4.2014,

13. Bellantuono, A. J., Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Rodriguez-Lanetty, M. (2012): Resistance to thermal stress in corals without changes in symbiont composition: Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1731), 1100-1107.

14. University of Texas at Austin (2016): New Coral Research Exposes Genomic Underpinnings of Adaptation: 7.11.2016,

15. University of Texas at Austin (2015): Corals Are Already Adapting to Global Warming, Scientists Say: 25.6.2015,

16. Carilli, J., Donner, S. D., Hartmann, A. C. (2012): Historical Temperature Variability Affects Coral Response to Heat Stress: PLOS ONE 7 (3), e34418.

17. PLOS (2017): Resilience of Great Barrier Reef offers opportunities for regeneration: 28.11.2017,

18. Bar-Ilan University (2017): Coral Reefs in the Gulf of Aqaba May Survive Global Warming, New Study Finds: 19.6.2017,

19. University of Califonia at Davis (2017): Can Corals Adapt to Climate Change? Corals Can Persist if Nations Control Emissions: 1.11.2017,

20. Camp, E. F., Nitschke, M. R., Rodolfo-Metalpa, R., Houlbreque, F., Gardner, S. G., Smith, D. J., Zampighi, M., Suggett, D. J. (2017): Reef-building corals thrive within hot-acidified and deoxygenated waters: Scientific Reports 7 (1), 2434.

21. University of Miami (2015): A balanced diet is good for corals too, study finds: 1.10.2015,

22. Wildlife Conservation Society (2017): Some – But Not All – Corals Adapting to Warming Climate: 2.5.2017,

23. University of Sydney (2016): Coral bleaching solution could be just beneath the surface: 24.5.2016,

24. Wildlife Conservation Society (2015): New Climate Stress Index Model Challenges Doomsday Forecasts for World’s Coral Reefs: 1.6.2015,

25. Institut de Recherche pour le Développement (2015): A new future for corals: 1.2.2015,

26. University of Miami (2018): Some corals might adapt to climate changes: 2.8.2018,

27. University of Barcelona (2019): Researchers describe a survival strategy in living corals which was only seen in fossil records: 15.10.2019,

28. ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies (2013): Western Australia’s Scott Reef has recovered from mass bleaching in 1998: 5.4.2013,

29. Gilmour, J. P., Smith, L. D., Heyward, A. J., Baird, A. H., Pratchett, M. S. (2013): Recovery of an Isolated Coral Reef System Following Severe Disturbance: Science 340 (6128), 69-71.

30. Smithsonian Magazine (2013): Zombie Corals Can Come Back From the Dead: 17.10.2013,

31. Adjeroud, M., Michonneau, F., Edmunds, P. J., Chancerelle, Y., de Loma, T. L., Penin, L., Thibaut, L., Vidal-Dupiol, J., Salvat, B., Galzin, R. (2009): Recurrent disturbances, recovery trajectories, and resilience of coral assemblages on a South Central Pacific reef: Coral Reefs 28 (3), 775-780.

32. University of Edinburgh (2017): Hardy corals make moves to build reefs from scratch: 18.10.2017,

33. Perry, C. T., Murphy, G. N., Graham, N. A. J., Wilson, S. K., Januchowski-Hartley, F. A., East, H. K. (2015): Remote coral reefs can sustain high growth potential and may match future sea-level trends: Scientific Reports 5 (1), 18289.

34. Florida Institute of Technology (2019): Coral reefs near equator less affected by ocean warming: 20.3.2019,

35. Sully, S., Burkepile, D. E., Donovan, M. K., Hodgson, G., van Woesik, R. (2019): A global analysis of coral bleaching over the past two decades: Nature Communications 10 (1), 1264.

36. PeerJ (2018): Corals are becoming more tolerant of rising ocean temperatures: 7.8.2018,

37. PLOS (2018): Great Barrier Reef coral predicted to last at least 100 years before extinction from climate change: 19.4.2018,

38. Matz, M. V., Treml, E. A., Aglyamova, G. V., Bay, L. K. (2018): Potential and limits for rapid genetic adaptation to warming in a Great Barrier Reef coral: PLOS Genetics 14 (4), e1007220.

39. Geomar (2017): Kaltwasserkorallen: Versauerung schadet, Wärme hilft: 27.4.2017,

40. Tortolero-Langarica, J. J. A., Carricart-Ganivet, J. P., Cupul-Magaña, A. L., Rodríguez-Troncoso, A. P. (2017): Historical insights on growth rates of the reef-building corals Pavona gigantea and Porites panamensis from the Northeastern tropical Pacific: Marine Environmental Research 132, 23-32.

41. McGowan, H., Theobald, A. (2017): ENSO Weather and Coral Bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: Geophysical Research Letters 44 (20), 10,601-610,607.

42. Florida Institute of Technology (2017): Coral disease outbreaks fluctuate with El Niño years, new research finds: 31.7.2017,

43. Wildlife Conservation Society (2019): Besides hot water, coral bleaching also about location, location, location: 2.10.2019,

44. University of California at Irvine (2018): Bleaching of coral reefs reduced where daily temperature changes are large: 26.4.2018,

45. Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution (2018): Study tracks severe bleaching events on a Pacific coral reef over past century: 8.11.2018,

46. Kamenos, N. A., Hennige, S. J. (2018): Reconstructing Four Centuries of Temperature-Induced Coral Bleaching on the Great Barrier Reef: Frontiers in Marine Science 5 (283).

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49. Larcombe, P., Ridd, P. (2018): The need for a formalised system of Quality Control for environmental policy-science: Marine Pollution Bulletin 126, 449-461.

50. Schaffelke, B., Fabricius, K., Kroon, F., Brodie, J., De’ath, G., Shaw, R., Tarte, D., Warne, M., Thorburn, P. (2018): Support for improved quality control but misplaced criticism of GBR science. Reply to viewpoint “The need for a formalised system of Quality Control for environmental policy-science” by P. Larcombe and P. Ridd (Marine Pollution Bulletin 126: 449–461, 2018): Marine Pollution Bulletin 129 (1), 357-363.

51. Larcombe, P., Ridd, P. (2019): Viewpoint: The need for a formalised system of Quality Assurance for Environmental Policy-Science and for improved policy advice to Government on the Great Barrier Reef. Reply to – “Support for improved quality control but misplaced criticism of GBR science” by Britta Schaffelke, Katharina Fabricius, Frederieke Kroon, Jon Brodie, Glenn De’ath, Roger Shaw, Diane Tarte, Michael Warne, Peter Thorburn (Marine Pollution Bulletin 129: 357–363, 2018): Marine Pollution Bulletin 143, 50-57.

52. ABC News (2019): Are climate sceptic Peter Ridd’s controversial reef views validated by his unfair dismissal win?: 23.4.2019,

53. ABC News (2019): James Cook University ordered to pay $1.2m compensation to wrongly sacked professor: 6.9.2019,