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Mass spawning in tropical reef corals
PL Harrison, RC Babcock, GD Bull, JK Oliver, CC Wallace, BL Willis
Science 223 (4641), 1186-1189, 1984
9261984
Synchronous spawnings of 105 scleractinian coral species on the Great Barrier Reef
RC Babcock, GD Bull, PL Harrison, AJ Heyward, JK Oliver, CC Wallace, ...
Marine Biology 90, 379-394, 1986
9201986
Building coral reef resilience through assisted evolution
MJH Van Oppen, JK Oliver, HM Putnam, RD Gates
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 112 (8), 2307-2313, 2015
8502015
Large-scale bleaching of corals on the Great Barrier Reef
R Berkelmans, JK Oliver
Coral reefs 18, 55-60, 1999
4181999
Aspects of the fertilization ecology of broadcast spawning corals: sperm dilution effects and in situ measurements of fertilization
J Oliver, R Babcock
The Biological Bulletin 183 (3), 409-417, 1992
3471992
Patterns in the mass spawning of corals on the Great Barrier Reef from 1981 to 1984
BL Willis, RC Babcock, PL Harrison, JK Oliver, CC Wallace
Antenne Museum-EPHE, 1985
3441985
Operationalizing resilience for adaptive coral reef management under global environmental change
KRN Anthony, PA Marshall, A Abdulla, R Beeden, C Bergh, R Black, ...
Global change biology 21 (1), 48-61, 2015
2942015
Bathymetric adaptations of reef-building corals at Davies Reef, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. III. UV-B absorbing compounds
WC Dunlap, BE Chalker, JK Oliver
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 104 (1-3), 239-248, 1986
2871986
Predictable and unpredictable spawning events: in situ behavioural data from free-spawning coral reef invertebrates
R Babcock, C Mundy, J Keesing, J Oliver
Invertebrate Reproduction & Development 22 (1-3), 213-227, 1992
2011992
Bathymetric adaptations of reef-building corals at Davies Reef, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. II. Light saturation curves for photosynthesis and respiration
BE Chalker, WC Dunlap, JK Oliver
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 73 (1), 37-56, 1983
1731983
Geographic extent of mass coral spawning: clues to ultimate causal factors
JK Oliver
Proc. 6th. Int. Coral Reef Symp. 2, 803, 1988
1641988
Coral-spawn slicks in the Great Barrier Reef: preliminary observations
JK Oliver, BL Willis
Marine Biology 94, 521-529, 1987
1641987
Coral bleaching in space and time
JK Oliver, R Berkelmans, CM Eakin
Coral bleaching: patterns, processes, causes and consequences, 27-49, 2018
1582018
Recurrent seasonal bleaching and mortality of corals on the Great Barrier Reef
J Oliver
Proc. 5th Int. Coral Reef Symp. 4, 201-206, 1985
1501985
The Coral Triangle and climate change: ecosystems, people and societies at risk
O Hoegh-Guldberg, H Hoegh-Guldberg, JEN Veron, A Green, ED Gomez, ...
WWF Australia, 2009
1482009
Natural turbidity variability and weather forecasts in risk management of anthropogenic sediment discharge near sensitive environments
AR Orpin, PV Ridd, S Thomas, KRN Anthony, P Marshall, J Oliver
Marine Pollution Bulletin 49 (7-8), 602-612, 2004
1382004
Direct tracking of coral larvae: implications for dispersal studies of planktonic larvae in topographically complex environments
BL Willis, JK Oliver
Ophelia 32 (1-2), 145-162, 1990
1361990
Choosing the appropriate spatial resolution for monitoring coral bleaching events using remote sensing
S Andréfouët, R Berkelmans, L Odriozola, T Done, J Oliver, ...
Coral Reefs 21, 147-154, 2002
1292002
State of the great barrier reef World Heritage Area 1998
DR Wachenfeld, J Oliver, JI Morrissey
Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, 1998
1261998
The representative areas program for protecting biodiversity in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area
J Day, L Fernandes, A Lewis, G De'Ath, S Slegers, B Barnett, B Kerrigan, ...
Proceedings of the Ninth International Coral Reef Symposium, Bali, 23-27 …, 2002
1212002
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