Brigitte Sommer, PhD
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Global warming and recurrent mass bleaching of corals
TP Hughes, JT Kerry, M Álvarez-Noriega, JG Álvarez-Romero, ...
Nature 543 (7645), 373-377, 2017
12262017
Status and trends of Caribbean coral reefs: 1970-2012
J Jackson, M Donovan, K Cramer, V Lam
Global Coral Reef Monitoring Network, International Union for the …, 2014
530*2014
Pole-ward range expansion of Acropora spp. along the east coast of Australia
AH Baird, B Sommer, JS Madin
Coral Reefs 31 (4), 1063-1063, 2012
982012
Conserving potential coral reef refuges at high latitudes
M Beger, B Sommer, PL Harrison, SDA Smith, JM Pandolfi
Diversity and distributions 20 (3), 245-257, 2014
952014
Trait‐mediated environmental filtering drives assembly at biogeographic transition zones
B Sommer, PL Harrison, M Beger, JM Pandolfi
Ecology 95 (4), 1000-1009, 2014
942014
The impacts of flooding on the high-latitude, terrigenoclastic influenced coral reefs of Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia
IR Butler, B Sommer, M Zann, J Zhao, JM Pandolfi
Coral Reefs 32 (4), 1149-1163, 2013
272013
Research challenges to improve the management and conservation of subtropical reefs to tackle climate change threats: (Findings of a workshop conducted in Coffs Harbour …
M Beger, R Babcock, DJ Booth, D Bucher, SA Condie, B Creese, ...
Ecological Management & Restoration 12 (1), e7-e10, 2011
242011
Coral community decline at Bonaire, southern Caribbean
B Sommer, PL Harrison, L Brooks, SR Scheffers
Bulletin of Marine Science 87 (3), 541-565, 2011
222011
Social–environmental drivers inform strategic management of coral reefs in the Anthropocene
ES Darling, TR McClanahan, J Maina, GG Gurney, NAJ Graham, ...
Nature Ecology & Evolution 3 (9), 1341–1350, 2019
212019
Differential response to abiotic stress controls species distributions at biogeographic transition zones
B Sommer, M Beger, PL Harrison, RC Babcock, JM Pandolfi
Ecography 41 (3), 478-490, 2018
202018
Aggressive colonial ascidian impacting deep coral reefs at Bonaire, Netherlands Antilles
B Sommer, PL Harrison, SR Scheffers
Coral Reefs 29 (1), 245-245, 2010
162010
Scope for latitudinal extension of reef corals is species specific
JS Madin, AP Allen, AH Baird, JM Pandolfi, B Sommer
Frontiers of Biogeography 8, 1-4, 2016
132016
Potential and limits of combining studies of coarse-and fine-grained sediments for the coastal event history of a Caribbean carbonate environment
AM Scheffers, M Engel, SM May, SR Scheffers, R Joannes-Boyau, ...
Geological Society, London, Special Publications 388 (1), 503-531, 2014
122014
Decommissioning of offshore oil and gas structures–Environmental opportunities and challenges
B Sommer, AM Fowler, PI Macreadie, DA Palandro, AC Aziz, DJ Booth
Science of The Total Environment 658, 973-981, 2019
112019
The cumulative impacts of repeated heavy rainfall, flooding and altered water quality on the high-latitude coral reefs of Hervey Bay, Queensland, Australia
IR Butler, B Sommer, M Zann, JX Zhao, JM Pandolfi
Marine Pollution Bulletin 96 (1-2), 356-357, 2015
112015
Refugia under threat: Mass bleaching of coral assemblages in high‐latitude eastern Australia
SW Kim, EM Sampayo, B Sommer, CA Sims, MC Gómez‐Cabrera, ...
Global Change Biology, 2019
92019
Local and regional controls of phylogenetic structure at the high-latitude range limits of corals
B Sommer, EM Sampayo, M Beger, PL Harrison, RC Babcock, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284 (1861), 20170915, 2017
92017
Coral and micro-benthic assemblages from reef habitats in Moreton Bay
JM Pandolfi, M Lybolt, B Sommer, R Narayan, P Rachello-Domen
Moreton Bay Quandamooka & Catchment: Past, present and future, 361-378, 2019
12019
How does a widespread reef coral maintain a population in an isolated environment?
K Precoda, AH Baird, A Madsen, T Mizerek, B Sommer, SN Su, JS Madin
Marine Ecology Progress Series 594, 85-94, 2018
12018
Ecological dynamics of scleractinian corals at their high-latitude range margins
B Sommer
The University of Queensland, 2015
12015
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