Roberto Iglesias-Prieto mainly investigates Ecology, Botany, Coral, Reef and Coral reef. His Dinoflagellate, Photosynthesis, Xanthophyll and Chlorophyll study in the realm of Botany interacts with subjects such as Context. His studies deal with areas such as Zooxanthellae and Symbiodinium as well as Coral.
As part of one scientific family, Roberto Iglesias-Prieto deals mainly with the area of Reef, narrowing it down to issues related to the Climate change, and often Holobiont and Nature reserve. The Resilience of coral reefs study combines topics in areas such as Aquaculture of coral, Environmental protection, Ecosystem services, Bioerosion and Environmental issues with coral reefs. Roberto Iglesias-Prieto works mostly in the field of Aquaculture of coral, limiting it down to topics relating to Coral reef organizations and, in certain cases, Staghorn coral.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Coral, Coral reef, Reef and Botany. His research in Coral tackles topics such as Light scattering which are related to areas like Attenuation coefficient and Absorption. His work carried out in the field of Coral reef brings together such families of science as Climate change and Ecosystem.
His Reef study results in a more complete grasp of Oceanography. Roberto Iglesias-Prieto focuses mostly in the field of Botany, narrowing it down to topics relating to Symbiodinium and, in certain cases, Zooxanthellae, Gorgonian, Biophysics and Interspecific competition. His research investigates the link between Resilience of coral reefs and topics such as Coral reef protection that cross with problems in Aquaculture of coral and Environmental issues with coral reefs.
His primary areas of investigation include Coral, Coral reef, Ecology, Reef and Symbiodinium. His Coral study is concerned with the field of Oceanography as a whole. His work on Coral bleaching and Great barrier reef as part of general Coral reef research is often related to Single measure and Per capita, thus linking different fields of science.
His study in the fields of Anthozoa and Evolutionary ecology under the domain of Ecology overlaps with other disciplines such as Endangered species and Functional role. His work on Resilience of coral reefs and Fringing reef as part of general Reef research is frequently linked to Orbicella faveolata, bridging the gap between disciplines. Roberto Iglesias-Prieto has researched Resilience of coral reefs in several fields, including Coral reef protection, Coral reef organizations, Environmental issues with coral reefs and Aquaculture of coral.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Ecology, Coral reef, Coral, Symbiodinium and Reef. His study in the field of Resilience of coral reefs and Introduced species also crosses realms of Endangered species. His studies link Niche differentiation with Coral reef.
His study in Coral is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Indo-Pacific, Ecosystem and Ribosomal RNA, Internal transcribed spacer. Within one scientific family, Roberto Iglesias-Prieto focuses on topics pertaining to Botany under Symbiodinium, and may sometimes address concerns connected to Biogeography and Intraspecific competition. The concepts of his Reef study are interwoven with issues in Photosynthesis, Productivity, Seasonality and Acclimatization.
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Coral Reefs Under Rapid Climate Change and Ocean Acidification
Photosynthetic response to elevated temperature in the symbiotic dinoflagellate Symbiodinium microadriaticum in culture
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America (1992)
Different algal symbionts explain the vertical distribution of dominant reef corals in the eastern Pacific
Proceedings of The Royal Society B: Biological Sciences (2004)
Acclimation and adaptation to irradiance in symbiotic dinoflagellates. I. Responses of the photosynthetic unit to changes in photon flux density
Marine Ecology Progress Series (1994)
Avoiding coral reef functional collapse requires local and global action
Current Biology (2013)
Nitrogen fixation by symbiotic cyanobacteria provides a source of nitrogen for the scleractinian coral Montastraea cavernosa
Michael P. Lesser;Luisa I. Falcón;Aimé Rodríguez-Román;Susana Enríquez.
Marine Ecology Progress Series (2007)
Climate change impedes scleractinian corals as primary reef ecosystem engineers
Christian Wild;Ove Hoegh-Guldberg;Malik S. Naumann;M. Florencia Colombo-Pallotta.
Marine and Freshwater Research (2011)
Acclimation and adaptation to irradiance in symbiotic dinoflagellates. II. Response of chlorophyll–protein complexes to different photon-flux densities
Marine Biology (1997)
Response of two species of Indo-Pacific corals, Porites cylindrica and Stylophora pistillata, to short-term thermal stress: The host does matter in determining the tolerance of corals to bleaching
W.K. Fitt;R.D. Gates;O. Hoegh-Guldberg;J.C. Bythell.
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology (2009)
Shifts in coral-assemblage composition do not ensure persistence of reef functionality.
Scientific Reports (2013)
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