Andrew C. Baker
Andrew C. Baker
Professor of Marine Biology and Ecology, University of Miami
Verified email at rsmas.miami.edu
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Climate change and coral reef bleaching: An ecological assessment of long-term impacts, recovery trends and future outlook
AC Baker, PW Glynn, B Riegl
Estuarine, coastal and shelf science 80 (4), 435-471, 2008
11412008
Flexibility and Specificity in Coral-Algal Symbiosis: Diversity, Ecology, and Biogeography of Symbiodinium
AC Baker
Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution, and Systematics 34 (1), 661-689, 2003
10592003
Corals' adaptive response to climate change
AC Baker, CJ Starger, TR McClanahan, PW Glynn
Nature 430, 741, 2004
8492004
Landscape ecology of algal symbionts creates variation in episodes of coral bleaching
R Rowan, N Knowlton, A Baker, J Jara
Nature 388 (6639), 265-269, 1997
8261997
Reef corals bleach to survive change
AC Baker
Nature 411, 765-766, 2001
5632001
Coral bleaching and mortality in Panama and Ecuador during the 1997–1998 El Niño–Southern Oscillation event: spatial/temporal patterns and comparisons with the 1982–1983 event
PW Glynn, JL Maté, AC Baker, MO Calderón
Bulletin of Marine Science 69 (1), 79-109, 2001
5612001
Excess algal symbionts increase the susceptibility of reef corals to bleaching
R Cunning, AC Baker
Nature Climate Change 3 (3), 259-262, 2013
2162013
Diversity of symbiotic dinoflagellates (zooxanthellae) in scleractinian corals of the Caribbean and eastern Pacific
AC Baker, R Rowan
Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium 2, 1301-1306, 1997
2051997
Prioritizing key resilience indicators to support coral reef management in a changing climate
TR McClanahan, SD Donner, JA Maynard, MA MacNeil, NAJ Graham, ...
PloS One 7 (8), e42884, 2012
1962012
Specificity is rarely absolute in coral–algal symbiosis: implications for coral response to climate change
RN Silverstein, AMS Correa, AC Baker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1738), 2609-2618, 2012
1962012
Change in algal symbiont communities after bleaching, not prior heat exposure, increases heat tolerance of reef corals
RN Silverstein, R Cunning, AC Baker
Global Change Biology 21 (1), 236-249, 2015
1732015
Effects of geography, taxa, water flow, and temperature variation on coral bleaching intensity in Mauritius
TR McClanahan, J Maina, R Moothien-Pillay, AC Baker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 298, 131-142, 2005
1532005
Symbiosis ecology of two Caribbean acroporid corals
AC Baker, R Rowan, N Knowlton
Proceedings of the 8th International Coral Reef Symposium 2, 1295-1300, 1997
1461997
Interaction between nutrients and herbivory in controlling algal communities and coral condition on Glover¹s Reef, Belize
TR McClanahan, E Sala, PA Stickels, BA Cokos, AC Baker, CJ Starger, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 261, 135-147, 2003
1422003
Communication arising. Is coral bleaching really adaptive?
O Hoegh-Guldberg, RJ Jones, S Ward, WK Loh
Nature 415 (6872), 601, 2002
136*2002
Multiple symbiotic partnerships are common in scleractinian corals, but not in octocorals: Comment on Goulet (2006)
AC Baker, AM Romanski
Marine ecology progress series 335, 237-242, 2007
1302007
Corals from the Persian/Arabian Gulf as models for thermotolerant reef-builders: Prevalence of clade C3 Symbiodinium, host fluorescence and ex situ temperature tolerance
B Hume, C D’Angelo, J Burt, AC Baker, B Riegl, J Wiedenmann
Marine Pollution Bulletin 72 (2), 313-322, 2013
1122013
The adaptive hypothesis of bleaching
RW Buddemeier, AC Baker, DG Fautin, JR Jacobs
Coral Health and Disease, 427-444, 2004
1122004
Investigating the causes and consequences of symbiont shuffling in a multi-partner reef coral symbiosis under environmental change
R Cunning, RN Silverstein, AC Baker
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1809), 20141725, 2015
1072015
The symbiosis ecology of reef-building corals
AC Baker
Ph.D. dissertation, University of Miami, 1999
1021999
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