Coral AE Research

Photo: Wing Chan

Our overarching goal is to develop the biological capacity to enhance resilience, preserve and restore coral reefs, and sustain the human services that reefs provide. To do so, we focus our research efforts not only corals, but also microbes and environmental factors that may impact the coral reef system.
Selective Breeding
Hybridization
Bleaching Effects
Trans-generational Acclimatization
Epigenetics
Phenotypic Tolerance
Sexual Reproduction
Asexual Reproduction
Intragenerational Acclimatization
Reciprocal Transplant Experiment
Phenotypic Tolerance
Selective Breeding
Coral Recruitment
Symbiodinium Analyses
Prokaryote Analyses
Stress Test
Symbiodinium Modification
Inoculation
Acclimatization
Lethal Temperatures
Artificial Mutagenesis
Reciprocal Transplant Experiment
Comparative Transcriptomics
Prokaryotes
Seasonal Variation
Reciprocal Transplant Experiment
Acclimatization
Inoculation
Experimental Coral Nurseries
In Situ
SeaSim Tanks
Genome Sequencing
Montipora capitata
Porites compressa