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Bernhard Riegl, Michael Berumen and Andrew Bruckner Coral population trajectories, increased disturbance and management intervention: a sensitivity analysis Ecology and Evolution 3

Article first published online: 7 MAR 2013 | DOI: 10.1002/ece3.519

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Coral reefs distant from human population have suffered significantly from bleaching and predator outbreaks in the Red Sea. One-third of all reefs showed signs of degradation. Population projections suggest, based on frequency and severity of disturbances, a cascade of community shifts toward dominance by resilient slow-growers and then toward small, weedy, fast-growers. Careful management is needed to avoid large-scale degradation. Avoidance or control of predator outbreaks should have high priority.

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