“Sublethal effects of coral bleaching on an obligate coral feeding butterflyfish”

  title={“Sublethal effects of coral bleaching on an obligate coral feeding butterflyfish”},
  author={Morgan S Pratchett and Shaun K Wilson and Michael L Berumen and Mark I McCormick},
  journal={Coral Reefs},
Coral bleaching is a significant and increasingly prevalent source of coral mortality, representing one of the most severe and widespread disturbances affecting coral reef ecosystems (Hoegh-Guldberg 1999; Pockley 2000). In the last few years (mostly since 1998), major episodes of coral bleaching have occurred on many coral reefs throughout the world, killing 20–80% of zooxanthellate corals (including both scleractinians and alcyonaceans) across expansive reef areas (e.g., Great Barrier Reef… CONTINUE READING
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