MCR LTER: Coral Reef: Coral bleaching with nitrogen and heat stress: 2016 data in support of Donovan et al. submitted to PNAS

, Deron Burkepile & Tom Adam
During 2016, maximum water temperature in the lagoons of Moorea exceeded a threshold for heat stress for 70 straight days from early February through mid-April. In early May 2016, at the peak of accumulated heat stress, coral bleaching surveys were conducted to test the hypothesis that bleaching prevalence and severity were correlated with differences in heat stress and nutrient availability. This material is based upon work supported by the U.S. National Science Foundation under Grant...
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