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One-third of reef-building corals face elevated extinction risk from climate change and local impacts
KE Carpenter, M Abrar, G Aeby, RB Aronson, S Banks, A Bruckner, ...
Science 321 (5888), 560-563, 2008
Marine ecology of the Arabian region: patterns and processes in extreme tropical environments
C Sheppard, A Price, C Roberts
London (United Kingdom) Academic Press, 1992
The Gulf: a young sea in decline
C Sheppard, M Al-Husiani, F Al-Jamali, F Al-Yamani, R Baldwin, J Bishop, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (1), 13-38, 2010
The coral reef crisis: The critical importance of< 350 ppm CO2
JEN Veron, O Hoegh-Guldberg, TM Lenton, JM Lough, DO Obura, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 58 (10), 1428-1436, 2009
Predicted recurrences of mass coral mortality in the Indian Ocean
CRC Sheppard
Nature 425 (6955), 294-297, 2003
Coral mortality increases wave energy reaching shores protected by reef flats: examples from the Seychelles
C Sheppard, DJ Dixon, M Gourlay, A Sheppard, R Payet
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 64 (2-3), 223-234, 2005
Corals and coral communities of Arabia
CRC Sheppard
Marine Management (Holdings) Limited, 1991
Mitochondrial and nuclear genes suggest that stony corals are monophyletic but most families of stony corals are not (Order Scleractinia, Class Anthozoa, Phylum Cnidaria)
H Fukami, CA Chen, AF Budd, A Collins, C Wallace, YY Chuang, C Chen, ...
PloS one 3 (9), e3222, 2008
Climate warming, marine protected areas and the ocean-scale integrity of coral reef ecosystems
NAJ Graham, TR McClanahan, MA MacNeil, SK Wilson, NVC Polunin, ...
PLoS one 3 (8), e3039, 2008
Coral populations on reef slopes and their major controls
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 7, 83-115, 1982
The biology of coral reefs
C Sheppard, S Davy, G Pilling, N Graham
Oxford University Press, 2017
Erosion vs. recovery of coral reefs after 1998 El Niņo: Chagos reefs, Indian Ocean
CRC Sheppard, M Spalding, C Bradshaw, S Wilson
AMBIO: A Journal of the human environment 31 (1), 40-48, 2002
Physical environment of the Gulf relevant to marine pollution: an overview
CRC Sheppard
Marine Pollution Bulletin 27, 3-8, 1993
Reef shark declines in remote atolls highlight the need for multi-faceted conservation action.
NAJ Graham, MD Spalding, CRC Sheppard
Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 20 (5), 543-548, 2010
Climate change impacts on coral reefs: synergies with local effects, possibilities for acclimation, and management implications
M Ateweberhan, DA Feary, S Keshavmurthy, A Chen, MH Schleyer, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 74 (2), 526-539, 2013
Reefs and islands of the Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean: why it is the world's largest no‐take marine protected area
CRC Sheppard, M Ateweberhan, BW Bowen, P Carr, CA Chen, C Clubbe, ...
Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 22 (2), 232-261, 2012
Interspecific aggression between reef corals with reference to their distribution
CRC Sheppard
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 237-247, 1979
The potential effects of climate change on the Scottish tourist industry
SJ Harrison, SJ Winterbottom, C Sheppard
Tourism Management 20 (2), 203-211, 1999
Transforming management of tropical coastal seas to cope with challenges of the 21st century
PF Sale, T Agardy, CH Ainsworth, BE Feist, JD Bell, P Christie, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 85 (1), 8-23, 2014
Coral reefs of the world. v. 1: Atlantic and Eastern Pacific.-v. 2: Indian Ocean, Red Sea and Gulf.-v. 3: Central and Western Pacific
SM Wells, C Sheppard, MD Jenkins
Nairobi (Kenya) UNEP, 1988
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