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Coral Reefs and Climate Change
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Preface
Jonathan T. Phinney, Ore Hoegh-Guldberg, Joanie Kleypas, William Skitying and Allan E. Strong  vii

Corals and Climate Change: An Introduction
John E. N. Veron and Jonathan T. Phinney  1

Tropical Coastal Ecosystemsa nd Climate Change
Prediction: Global and Local Risks
Terry Done and Roger Jones  5

Coral Reef Records of Past Climatic Change
C. Mark Eakin and Andrea G. Grottoli  33

The Cell Physiology of Coral Bleaching
Sophie G. Dove and Ore Hoegh-Guldberg  55

Coral Reefs and Changing Seawater Carbonate Chemistry
Joan A. Kleypas and Chris Langdon  73

Analyzing the Relationship Between Ocean Temperature
Anomalies and Coral Disease Outbreaks at Broad Spatial Scales
Elizabeth R. Selig, C. Drew Hatyell, John F. Bruno, Bette L .Willis, Cathie A. Page, Kenneth S. Case,
and Hugh Sweatman  111

A Coral Population Response (CPR) Model for Thermal Stress
R. van Woesik and S. Koksal  129

The Hydrodynamics of a Bleaching Event: Implications for
Management and Monitoring
William Skitying, Mat Heron, and Scott Heron  145

Identifying Coral Bleaching Remotely via Coral Reef Watch-
Improved Integration and Implications for Changing Climate
A. E. Strong, E. Arzayus, W. Skirving, and S. E Heton  163

Management Response to a Bleaching Event
David Obura, Billy Causey, and Julie Church  181

Marine Protected Area Planning in a Changing Climate
Rodney V. Salm, Terry Done, and Elizabeth McLeod  207

Adapting Coral Reef Management in the Face of Climate Change
Paul Marshall and Heidi Schuttenberg 223

About the Author

JonathanT. Phinney is the editor of Coral Reefs and Climate Change: Science and Management, published by Wiley. Ove Hoegh-Guldberg, is the inaugural Director of the Global Change Institute at the University of Queensland, and the holder of a Queensland Smart State Premier fellowship. He studies climate change and coral reefs.

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