His primary areas of investigation include Reef, Coral reef, Climate change, Ecology and Coral bleaching. In his study, Cell biology, Host and Dinoflagellate is strongly linked to Coral, which falls under the umbrella field of Reef. Oceanography covers he research in Coral reef.
His research in Climate change is mostly focused on Global warming. Many of his studies on Coral bleaching involve topics that are commonly interrelated, such as Cnidaria. The various areas that he examines in his Resilience of coral reefs study include Adaptive management, Montipora capitata, Salinity and Ecological resilience.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Coral reef, Reef, Coral bleaching, Ecology and Coral. His research in Coral reef intersects with topics in Global warming and Climate change. His work on Effects of global warming on oceans as part of general Climate change research is frequently linked to Spatial variability, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science.
His Reef study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Ocean acidification, Ecosystem and Environmental resource management. Scott F. Heron has included themes like Sea surface temperature and Climatology in his Coral bleaching study. His Coral research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Abundance, Great barrier reef and Climate model.
Scott F. Heron focuses on Reef, Coral bleaching, Coral, Ecology and Coral reef. The Reef study combines topics in areas such as Stressor and Physical geography. His study with Coral bleaching involves better knowledge in Climate change.
His Acropora study in the realm of Coral interacts with subjects such as Infectious disease. His Ecosystem, Abundance and Herbivore study, which is part of a larger body of work in Ecology, is frequently linked to Water flow and Transmission, bridging the gap between disciplines. His Coral reef research integrates issues from Marine ecosystem and Resistance.
His primary areas of study are Reef, Coral bleaching, Coral reef, Ecosystem and Ecology. His work deals with themes such as Ecological systems theory, Boreal and Sea surface temperature, which intersect with Reef. His research on Coral bleaching concerns the broader Coral.
Scott F. Heron works mostly in the field of Coral reef, limiting it down to topics relating to Marine ecosystem and, in certain cases, Accretion and Dominance, as a part of the same area of interest. His study involves Climate change and Endangered species, a branch of Ecology. His Climate change research incorporates themes from Spatial ecology and Disturbance.
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Global warming and recurrent mass bleaching of corals
Terry P. Hughes;James T. Kerry;Mariana Álvarez-Noriega;Jorge G. Álvarez-Romero.
Global warming transforms coral reef assemblages
Terry P. Hughes;James T. Kerry;Andrew H. Baird;Sean R. Connolly.
Spatial and temporal patterns of mass bleaching of corals in the Anthropocene.
Terry Hughes;Kristen D. Anderson;Sean R. Connolly;Scott F. Heron;Scott F. Heron.
Caribbean corals in crisis: record thermal stress, bleaching, and mortality in 2005.
C. Mark Eakin;Jessica A. Morgan;Scott F. Heron;Scott F. Heron;Tyler B. Smith.
PLOS ONE (2010)
Warming Trends and Bleaching Stress of the World’s Coral Reefs 1985–2012
Scott F Heron;Scott F Heron;Jeffrey A Maynard;Jeffrey A Maynard;Ruben van Hooidonk;Ruben van Hooidonk;C Mark Eakin.
Scientific Reports (2016)
Climate change disables coral bleaching protection on the Great Barrier Reef
Tracy D. Ainsworth;Scott F. Heron;Scott F. Heron;Juan Carlos Ortiz;Peter J. Mumby.
Local-scale projections of coral reef futures and implications of the Paris Agreement
Ruben van Hooidonk;Ruben van Hooidonk;Jeffrey A. Maynard;Jeffrey A. Maynard;Jerker Tamelander;Jamison M. Gove.
Scientific Reports (2016)
Prioritizing Key Resilience Indicators to Support Coral Reef Management in a Changing Climate
Tim R. McClanahan;Simon D. Donner;Jeffrey A. Maynard;M. Aaron MacNeil.
PLOS ONE (2012)
Operationalizing resilience for adaptive coral reef management under global environmental change.
Kenneth R. N. Anthony;Paul A. Marshall;Ameer Abdulla;Roger Beeden.
Global Change Biology (2015)
Projections of climate conditions that increase coral disease susceptibility and pathogen abundance and virulence
Jeffrey Maynard;Jeffrey Maynard;Ruben van Hooidonk;Ruben van Hooidonk;C. Mark Eakin;Marjetta Puotinen.
Nature Climate Change (2015)
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