Iliana B. Baums spends much of her time researching Ecology, Reef, Biological dispersal, Coral and Coral reef. Iliana B. Baums has researched Ecology in several fields, including Gene flow, Genetic structure and Symbiodinium. Her Gene flow study deals with Larva intersecting with Genetic variation and Oceanography.
In her research, Pocillopora, Fragmentation, Ecosystem and Marine conservation is intimately related to Archipelago, which falls under the overarching field of Reef. Her research integrates issues of Spatial management, Montastraea annularis and Ecosystem-based management in her study of Biological dispersal. Her research on Coral focuses in particular on Anthozoa.
Iliana B. Baums mainly focuses on Ecology, Acropora, Coral, Coral reef and Reef. Her Ecology research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Gene flow, Biological dispersal and Symbiodinium. Her Acropora research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Evolutionary biology, Host and Threatened species.
The Coral study combines topics in areas such as Intraspecific competition, Fishery and Holobiont. Her Coral reef research focuses on subjects like Porites lobata, which are linked to Atoll. She has included themes like Propagule, Archipelago, Habitat and Outbreeding depression in her Reef study.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Acropora, Ecology, Coral, Evolutionary biology and Symbiodinium. Iliana B. Baums interconnects Species richness, Host and Threatened species in the investigation of issues within Acropora. Her work on Ecology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Holobiont.
Her Coral study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Coral reef, Symbiosis, Obligate parasite and Genome. Her studies in Evolutionary biology integrate themes in fields like Epigenetics, Genetic variation and Staghorn coral. Her Symbiodinium research includes themes of Range, Dinoflagellate, Lineage, Disruptive selection and Sympatric speciation.
Iliana B. Baums mainly investigates Ecology, Asexual reproduction, Coral, Acropora and Coral reef. Her studies in Reef and Obligate parasite are all subfields of Ecology research. Her work in Asexual reproduction tackles topics such as Fragmentation which are related to areas like Population decline, Rare species, Population genetics and Pillar coral.
Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Phototroph, Microbial ecology, Genome and Taxonomic rank. Her work deals with themes such as Evolutionary biology, Genetic variation, Symbiodinium and Threatened species, which intersect with Acropora. Iliana B. Baums interconnects Intraspecific competition, Climate change and Resistance in the investigation of issues within Coral reef.
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Regionally isolated populations of an imperiled Caribbean coral, Acropora palmata.
Molecular Ecology (2005)
A restoration genetics guide for coral reef conservation
Molecular Ecology (2008)
A bio-oceanographic filter to larval dispersal in a reef-building coral
Limnology and Oceanography (2006)
GEOGRAPHIC VARIATION IN CLONAL STRUCTURE IN A REEF- BUILDING CARIBBEAN CORAL, ACROPORA PALMATA
Ecological Monographs (2006)
Connectivity of Caribbean coral populations: complementary insights from empirical and modelled gene flow
Nicola L. Foster;Nicola L. Foster;Claire B. Paris;Johnathan T. Kool;Johnathan T. Kool;Iliana B. Baums.
Molecular Ecology (2012)
Defining Boundaries for Ecosystem-Based Management: A Multispecies Case Study of Marine Connectivity across the Hawaiian Archipelago.
Journal of Marine Biology (2011)
Mendelian microsatellite loci for the Caribbean coral Acropora palmata
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2005)
Conservation genomics of natural and managed populations: building a conceptual and practical framework.
Molecular Ecology (2016)
Geographic differences in vertical connectivity in the Caribbean coral Montastraea cavernosa despite high levels of horizontal connectivity at shallow depths.
Molecular Ecology (2014)
Caribbean Acropora restoration guide : best practices for propagation and population enhancement.
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