Erinn M. Muller, Ph.D. - Publications

2011 Florida Institute of Technology, Melbourne, FL, United States 
Ecology Biology, Oceanography Biology

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2022 Eaton KR, Clark AS, Curtis K, Favero M, Hanna Holloway N, Ewen K, Muller EM. A highly effective therapeutic ointment for treating corals with black band disease. Plos One. 17: e0276902. PMID 36288339 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0276902  0.366
2022 MacKnight NJ, Dimos BA, Beavers KM, Muller EM, Brandt ME, Mydlarz LD. Disease resistance in coral is mediated by distinct adaptive and plastic gene expression profiles. Science Advances. 8: eabo6153. PMID 36179017 DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abo6153  0.324
2022 Klinges JG, Patel SH, Duke WC, Muller EM, Vega Thurber RL. Phosphate enrichment induces increased dominance of the parasite Aquarickettsia in the coral Acropora cervicornis. Fems Microbiology Ecology. PMID 35157069 DOI: 10.1093/femsec/fiac013  0.359
2021 Baker LJ, Reich HG, Kitchen SA, Grace Klinges J, Koch HR, Baums IB, Muller EM, Thurber RV. The coral symbiont Candidatus Aquarickettsia is variably abundant in threatened Caribbean acroporids and transmitted horizontally. The Isme Journal. PMID 34363004 DOI: 10.1038/s41396-021-01077-8  0.328
2021 MacKnight NJ, Cobleigh K, Lasseigne D, Chaves-Fonnegra A, Gutting A, Dimos B, Antoine J, Fuess L, Ricci C, Butler C, Muller EM, Mydlarz LD, Brandt M. Microbial dysbiosis reflects disease resistance in diverse coral species. Communications Biology. 4: 679. PMID 34083722 DOI: 10.1038/s42003-021-02163-5  0.483
2021 Meiling SS, Muller EM, Lasseigne D, Rossin A, Veglia AJ, MacKnight N, Dimos B, Huntley N, Correa AMS, Smith TB, Holstein DM, Mydlarz LD, Apprill A, Brandt ME. Variable Species Responses to Experimental Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) Exposure Frontiers in Marine Science. 8. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2021.670829  0.344
2021 Williams SD, Walter CS, Muller EM. Fine Scale Temporal and Spatial Dynamics of the Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease Outbreak Within the Lower Florida Keys Frontiers in Marine Science. 8. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2021.631776  0.439
2020 Sharp WC, Shea CP, Maxwell KE, Muller EM, Hunt JH. Evaluating the small-scale epidemiology of the stony-coral -tissue-loss-disease in the middle Florida Keys. Plos One. 15: e0241871. PMID 33175886 DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0241871  0.502
2020 Klinges G, Maher RL, Vega Thurber RL, Muller EM. Parasitic 'Candidatus Aquarickettsia rohweri' is a marker of disease susceptibility in Acropora cervicornis but is lost during thermal stress. Environmental Microbiology. PMID 32975356 DOI: 10.1111/1462-2920.15245  0.392
2020 Rosales SM, Clark AS, Huebner LK, Ruzicka RR, Muller EM. and Are Associated With Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease and Its Suspected Sources of Transmission. Frontiers in Microbiology. 11: 681. PMID 32425901 DOI: 10.3389/Fmicb.2020.00681  0.39
2020 Meiling S, Muller EM, Smith TB, Brandt ME. 3D Photogrammetry Reveals Dynamics of Stony Coral Tissue Loss Disease (SCTLD) Lesion Progression Across a Thermal Stress Event Frontiers in Marine Science. 7. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2020.597643  0.413
2020 Dobbelaere T, Muller EM, Gramer LJ, Holstein DM, Hanert E. Coupled Epidemio-Hydrodynamic Modeling to Understand the Spread of a Deadly Coral Disease in Florida Frontiers in Marine Science. 7. DOI: 10.3389/fmars.2020.591881  0.427
2020 Muller EM, Sartor C, Alcaraz NI, Woesik Rv. Spatial Epidemiology of the Stony-Coral-Tissue-Loss Disease in Florida Frontiers in Marine Science. 7. DOI: 10.3389/Fmars.2020.00163  0.521
2018 Muller EM, Bartels E, Baums IB. Bleaching causes loss of disease resistance within the threatened coral species . Elife. 7. PMID 30203745 DOI: 10.7554/Elife.35066  0.535
2018 Hall ER, Muller EM, Goulet T, Bellworthy J, Ritchie KB, Fine M. Eutrophication may compromise the resilience of the Red Sea coral Stylophora pistillata to global change. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 131: 701-711. PMID 29886997 DOI: 10.1016/J.Marpolbul.2018.04.067  0.345
2018 Randall CJ, Whitcher EM, Code T, Pollock C, Lundgren I, Hillis-Starr Z, Muller EM. Testing methods to mitigate Caribbean yellow-band disease on . Peerj. 6: e4800. PMID 29770279 DOI: 10.7717/Peerj.4800  0.501
2018 Muller EM, Bartels E, Baums IB. Author response: Bleaching causes loss of disease resistance within the threatened coral species Acropora cervicornis Elife. DOI: 10.7554/Elife.35066.028  0.415
2018 Page CA, Muller EM, Vaughan DE. Microfragmenting for the successful restoration of slow growing massive corals Ecological Engineering. 123: 86-94. DOI: 10.1016/J.Ecoleng.2018.08.017  0.322
2017 Muller EM, Leporacci NM, Macartney KJ, Shea AG, Crane RE, Hall ER, Ritchie KB. Low pH reduces the virulence of black band disease on Orbicella faveolata. Plos One. 12: e0178869. PMID 28570712 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0178869  0.434
2016 Randall CJ, Jordán-Garza AG, Muller EM, van Woesik R. Does Dark-Spot Syndrome Experimentally Transmit among Caribbean Corals? Plos One. 11: e0147493. PMID 26788918 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0147493  0.479
2016 Bright AJ, Rogers CS, Brandt ME, Muller E, Smith TB. Disease Prevalence and Snail Predation Associated with Swell-Generated Damage on the Threatened Coral, Acropora palmata (Lamarck) Frontiers in Marine Science. 3. DOI: 10.3389/Fmars.2016.00077  0.482
2014 Muller EM, van Woesik R. Genetic susceptibility, colony size, and water temperature drive white-pox disease on the coral Acropora palmata. Plos One. 9: e110759. PMID 25372835 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0110759  0.528
2014 Randall CJ, Jordan-Garza AG, Muller EM, Van Woesik R. Relationships between the history of thermal stress and the relative risk of diseases of Caribbean corals. Ecology. 95: 1981-94. PMID 25163129 DOI: 10.1890/13-0774.1  0.524
2014 Muller EM, Rogers CS, van Woesik R. Early signs of recovery of Acropora palmata in St. John, US Virgin Islands Marine Biology. 161: 359-365. DOI: 10.1007/S00227-013-2341-2  0.462
2013 Roth L, Muller EM, Van Woesik R. Tracking Acropora fragmentation and population structure through thermal-stress events Ecological Modelling. 263: 223-232. DOI: 10.1016/J.Ecolmodel.2013.05.002  0.329
2012 Muller EM, Van Woesik R. Caribbean coral diseases: Primary transmission or secondary infection? Global Change Biology. 18: 3529-3535. DOI: 10.1111/Gcb.12019  0.529
2012 Rogers CS, Muller EM. Bleaching, disease and recovery in the threatened scleractinian coral Acropora palmata in St. John, US Virgin Islands: 2003-2010 Coral Reefs. 31: 807-819. DOI: 10.1007/S00338-012-0898-8  0.536
2011 Jordán-Garza AG, Muller EM, Burman SG, van Woesik R. Susceptibility of coral-disease models. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. 108: E110-1; author reply. PMID 21498684 DOI: 10.1073/Pnas.1102711108  0.44
2011 Muller EM, van Woesik R. Black-band disease dynamics: Prevalence, incidence, and acclimatization to light Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 397: 52-57. DOI: 10.1016/J.Jembe.2010.11.002  0.388
2010 Eakin CM, Morgan JA, Heron SF, Smith TB, Liu G, Alvarez-Filip L, Baca B, Bartels E, Bastidas C, Bouchon C, Brandt M, Bruckner AW, Bunkley-Williams L, Cameron A, Causey BD, ... ... Muller EM, et al. Caribbean corals in crisis: record thermal stress, bleaching, and mortality in 2005. Plos One. 5: e13969. PMID 21125021 DOI: 10.1371/Journal.Pone.0013969  0.386
2010 Reed KC, Muller EM, van Woesik R. Coral immunology and resistance to disease. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 90: 85-92. PMID 20662364 DOI: 10.3354/Dao02213  0.378
2009 Rogers CS, Muller E, Spitzack T, Miller J. Extensive coral mortality in the US Virgin Islands in 2005/2006: A review of the evidence for synergy among thermal stress, coral bleaching and disease Caribbean Journal of Science. 45: 204-214. DOI: 10.18475/Cjos.V45I2.A8  0.544
2009 Miller J, Muller E, Rogers C, Waara R, Atkinson A, Whelan KRT, Patterson M, Witcher B. Coral disease following massive bleaching in 2005 causes 60% decline in coral cover on reefs in the US Virgin Islands Coral Reefs. 28: 925-937. DOI: 10.1007/S00338-009-0531-7  0.567
2009 Muller EM, van Woesik R. Shading reduces coral-disease progression Coral Reefs. 28: 757-760. DOI: 10.1007/S00338-009-0504-X  0.562
2008 Muller EM, Rogers CS, Spitzack AS, Van Woesik R. Bleaching increases likelihood of disease on Acropora palmata (Lamarck) in Hawksnest Bay, St John, US Virgin Islands Coral Reefs. 27: 191-195. DOI: 10.1007/S00338-007-0310-2  0.501
2006 Miller J, Waara R, Muller E, Rogers C. Coral bleaching and disease combine to cause extensive mortality on reefs in US Virgin Islands Coral Reefs. 25: 418-418. DOI: 10.1007/S00338-006-0125-6  0.451
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