Andrew Charles Baker, Ph.D.

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Marine Biology and Fisheries University of Miami, Coral Gables, FL 
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Claar DC, Starko S, Tietjen KL, et al. (2020) Dynamic symbioses reveal pathways to coral survival through prolonged heatwaves. Nature Communications. 11: 6097
Drury C, Pérez Portela R, Serrano XM, et al. (2020) Fine-scale structure among mesophotic populations of the great star coral revealed by SNP genotyping. Ecology and Evolution. 10: 6009-6019
Cunning R, Baker AC. (2020) Thermotolerant coral symbionts modulate heat stress-responsive genes in their hosts. Molecular Ecology
McIlroy SE, Cunning R, Baker AC, et al. (2019) Competition and succession among coral endosymbionts. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 12767-12778
Cunning R, Silverstein RN, Barnes BB, et al. (2019) Extensive coral mortality and critical habitat loss following dredging and their association with remotely-sensed sediment plumes. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 145: 185-199
Baums IB, Baker AC, Davies SW, et al. (2019) Considerations for maximizing the adaptive potential of restored coral populations in the western Atlantic. Ecological Applications : a Publication of the Ecological Society of America
Ghiasian M, Carrick J, Lirman D, et al. (2019) Exploring Coral Reef Restoration for Wave-Energy Dissipation through Experimental Laboratory Testing Coastal Structures. 975-980
Cunning R, Bay RA, Gillette P, et al. (2018) Comparative analysis of the Pocillopora damicornis genome highlights role of immune system in coral evolution. Scientific Reports. 8: 16134
Glynn PW, Feingold JS, Baker A, et al. (2018) State of corals and coral reefs of the Galápagos Islands (Ecuador): Past, present and future. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 133: 717-733
Silverstein RN, Cunning R, Baker AC. (2017) Tenacious D: Symbiodinium in clade D remain in reef corals at both high and low temperature extremes despite impairment. The Journal of Experimental Biology
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