Bernhard Riegl
Bernhard Riegl
Professor of Marine and Environmental Science, Nova Southeastern University
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Climate change and coral reef bleaching: An ecological assessment of long-term impacts, recovery trends and future outlook
AC Baker, PW Glynn, B Riegl
Estuarine, coastal and shelf science 80 (4), 435-471, 2008
Environmental impacts of dredging and other sediment disturbances on corals: a review
PLA Erftemeijer, B Riegl, BW Hoeksema, PA Todd
Marine pollution bulletin 64 (9), 1737-1765, 2012
The Gulf: a young sea in decline
C Sheppard, M Al-Husiani, F Al-Jamali, F Al-Yamani, R Baldwin, J Bishop, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 60 (1), 13-38, 2010
Multi-site evaluation of IKONOS data for classification of tropical coral reef environments
S Andréfouët, P Kramer, D Torres-Pulliza, KE Joyce, EJ Hochberg, ...
Remote sensing of environment 88 (1-2), 128-143, 2003
Possible refugia for reefs in times of environmental stress
B Riegl, WE Piller
International Journal of Earth Sciences 92, 520-531, 2003
Effects of sediment on the energy budgets of four scleractinian (Bourne 1900) and five alcyonacean (Lamouroux 1816) corals
B Riegl, GM Branch
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 186 (2), 259-275, 1995
Effects of the 1996 and 1998 positive sea-surface temperature anomalies on corals, coral diseases and fish in the Arabian Gulf (Dubai, UAE)
B Riegl
Marine biology 140, 29-40, 2002
Holocene coral reef rubble and its binding agents
M Rasser, B Riegl
Coral Reefs 21, 57-72, 2002
Climate change and coral reefs: different effects in two high-latitude areas (Arabian Gulf, South Africa)
B Riegl
Coral reefs 22, 433-446, 2003
Implications of reef ecosystem change for the stability and maintenance of coral reef islands
CT Perry, PS Kench, SG Smithers, B Riegl, H Yamano, MJ O'Leary
Global Change Biology 17 (12), 3679-3696, 2011
Present limits to heat-adaptability in corals and population-level responses to climate extremes
BM Riegl, SJ Purkis, AS Al-Cibahy, MA Abdel-Moati, O Hoegh-Guldberg
PloS one 6 (9), e24802, 2011
Corals from the Persian/Arabian Gulf as models for thermotolerant reef-builders: prevalence of clade C3 Symbiodinium, host fluorescence and ex situ temperature tolerance
B Hume, C D’angelo, J Burt, AC Baker, B Riegl, J Wiedenmann
Marine pollution bulletin 72 (2), 313-322, 2013
Thermal tolerances of reef corals in the Gulf: A review of the potential for increasing coral survival and adaptation to climate change through assisted translocation
SL Coles, BM Riegl
Marine pollution bulletin 72 (2), 323-332, 2013
Reefs and islands of the Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean: why it is the world's largest no‐take marine protected area
CRC Sheppard, M Ateweberhan, BW Bowen, P Carr, CA Chen, C Clubbe, ...
Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 22 (2), 232-261, 2012
A coral damage index and its application to diving sites in the Egyptian Red Sea
SC Jameson, MSA Ammar, E Saadalla, HM Mostafa, B Riegl
Coral reefs 18, 333-339, 1999
Coral reefs: threats and conservation in an era of global change
B Riegl, A Bruckner, SL Coles, P Renaud, RE Dodge
Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 1162 (1), 136-186, 2009
Corals in a non-reef setting in the southern Arabian Gulf (Dubai, UAE): fauna and community structure in response to recurring mass mortality
B Riegl
Coral Reefs 18, 63-73, 1999
Effects of sand deposition on scleractinian and alcyonacean corals
B Riegl
Marine Biology 121, 517-526, 1995
Coral reefs of the Gulf: adaptation to climatic extremes in the world’s hottest sea
BM Riegl, SJ Purkis
Coral reefs of the Gulf: Adaptation to climatic extremes, 1-4, 2012
How many damaged corals in Red Sea reef systems? A quantitative survey
B Riegl, B Velimirov
Hydrobiologia 216 (1), 249-256, 1991
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