The future of coral reefs subject to rapid climate change: lessons from natural extreme environments.

Camp, E.F., Schoepf, V., Mumby, P.J., Hardtke, L.A., Rodolfo-Metalpa, R., Smith, D.J. and Suggett, D.J., 2018.  |  Frontiers in Marine Science, 5, p.4.

Utility of photochemical traits as diagnostics of thermal tolerance amongst great barrier reef corals.

Nitschke, M.R., Gardner, S.G., Goyen, S., Fujise, L., Camp, E.F., Ralph, P.J. and Suggett, D.J., 2018.  |  Frontiers in Marine Science, 5, p.45.

How can “Super Corals” facilitate global coral reef survival under rapid environmental and climatic change?

Camp, E.F., Schoepf, V. and Suggett, D.J., 2018.  |  Global change biology, 24(7), pp.2755-2757.

A novel membrane inlet‐infrared gas analysis (MI‐IRGA) system for monitoring of seawater carbonate system.

Camp, E.F., Dong, L.F., Suggett, D.J., Smith, D.J., Boatman, T.G., Crosswell, J.R., Evenhuis, C., Scorfield, S., Walinjkar, A., Woods, J. and Lawson, T., 2017.  |  Limnology and Oceanography: Methods, 15(1), pp.38-53.

Polyp bailout in Pocillopora damicornis following thermal stress.

Fordyce, A.J., Camp, E.F. and Ainsworth, T.D., 2017.  |  F1000 Research, 6.

Reef-building corals thrive within hot-acidified and deoxygenated waters.

Camp, E.F., Nitschke, M.R., Rodolfo-Metalpa, R., Houlbreque, F., Gardner, S.G., Smith, D.J., Zampighi, M. and Suggett, D.J., 2017.  |  Scientific reports, 7(1), pp.1-9.

Coral community structure and recruitment in seagrass meadows.

Lohr, K.E., Smith, D.J., Suggett, D.J., Nitschke, M.R., Dumbrell, A.J., Woodcock, S. and Camp, E.F., 2017.  |  Frontiers in Marine Science, 4, p.388.

The other microeukaryotes of the coral reef microbiome.

Ainsworth, T.D., Fordyce, A.J. and Camp, E.F., 2017.  |  Trends in microbiology, 25(12), pp.980-991.

Cohabitation promotes high diversity of clownfishes in the Coral Triangle.

Camp, E.F., Hobbs, J.P.A., De Brauwer, M., Dumbrell, A.J. and Smith, D.J., 2016.  |  Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 283(1827), p.20160277.

Mangrove and seagrass beds provide different biogeochemical services for corals threatened by climate change.

Camp, E.F., Suggett, D.J., Gendron, G., Jompa, J., Manfrino, C. and Smith, D.J., 2016.  |  Frontiers in Marine Science, 3, p.52.

Acclimatization to high-variance habitats does not enhance physiological tolerance of two key Caribbean corals to future temperature and pH.

Camp, E.F., Smith, D.J., Evenhuis, C., Enochs, I., Manzello, D., Woodcock, S. and Suggett, D.J., 2016.  |  Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 283(1831), p.20160442.