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2019
Fox M.D, Carter A.L, Edwards C.B, Takeshita Y, Johnson M.D, Petrovic V., Amir C.G, Sala E, Sandin SA, Smith JE.  2019.  Limited coral mortality following acute thermal stress and widespread bleaching on Palmyra Atoll, central Pacific. 38:701-712.
2017
Neal B.P, Khen A., Treibitz T., Beijbom O., O'Connor G., Coffroth M.A, Knowlton N, Kriegman D., Mitchell B.G, Kline DI.  2017.  Caribbean massive corals not recovering from repeated thermal stress events during 2005-2013. Ecology and Evolution. 7:1339-1353.
Furby KA, Smith JE, Sandin SA.  2017.  Porites superfusa mortality and recovery from a bleaching event at Palmyra Atoll USA. Peerj. 5
2015
Lajeunesse T.C, Lee S.Y, Gil-Agudelo D.L, Knowlton N, Jeong H.J.  2015.  Symbiodinium necroappetens sp nov (Dinophyceae): an opportunist 'zooxanthella' found in bleached and diseased tissues of Caribbean reef corals. European Journal of Phycology. 50:223-238.
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