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Bielmyer-Fraser, G. K., Patel, P., Capo, T., & Grosell, M. (2018). Physiological responses of corals to ocean acidification and copper exposure. Mar Pollut Bull, 133, 781–790.
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Brachert, T. C., Reuter, M., Krüger, S., Lohmann, H., Petuch, E. J., & Klaus, J. S. (2014). A 4.2 million years record of interglacial paleoclimate from sclerochronological data of Florida carbonate platform (Early Pliocene to recent). Global and Planetary Change, 120, 54–64.
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Cacciapaglia, C., & van Woesik, R. (2015). Reef-coral refugia in a rapidly changing ocean. Glob Change Biol, .
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Cacciapaglia, C., & van Woesik, R. (2016). Climate-change refugia: shading reef corals by turbidity. Glob Change Biol, 22(3), 1145–1154.
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Cacciapaglia, C., & van Woesik, R. (2018). Marine species distribution modelling and the effects of genetic isolation under climate change. J Biogeogr, 45(1), 154–163.
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Chutcharavan, P. M., Dutton, A., & Ellwood, M. J. (2018). Seawater 234 U/ 238 U recorded by modern and fossil corals. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 224, 1–17.
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Gouezo, M., Golbuu, Y., van Woesik, R., Rehm, L., Koshiba, S., & Doropoulos, C. (2015). Impact of two sequential super typhoons on coral reef communities in Palau. Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser., 540, 73–85.
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Lapointe, B. E., Brewton, R. A., Herren, L. W., Porter, J. W., & Hu, C. (2019). Nitrogen enrichment, altered stoichiometry, and coral reef decline at Looe Key, Florida Keys, USA: a 3-decade study. Mar Biol, 166(8).
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Towle, E. K., Palacio-Castro, A. M., Baker, A. C., & Langdon, C. (2017). Source location and food availability determine the growth response of Orbicella faveolata to climate change stressors. Regional Studies in Marine Science, 10, 107–115.
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