The Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean

Proceedings of the 37TH Scientific Meeting of the
Memorias de la 37
VA Reunión Científica de la
AMLC / ALMC
Association of Marine Laboratories of the Caribbean
Asociación de Laboratorios Marinos del Caribe

The meeting proceedings were published in the online journal PeerJ as the
37th AMLC Meeting Collection.
Links to individual papers are provided below for convenience.

Download the meeting program, including abstracts

Alejandra Verde, Carolina Bastidas, & Aldo Croquer

Tissue mortality by Caribbean ciliate infection and white band disease in three reef-building coral species

Hazel A. Oxenford & Henri Vallès

Transient turbid water mass reduces temperature-induced coral bleaching and mortality in Barbados

Esteban A. Agudo-Adriani, Jose Cappelletto, Francoise Cavada-Blanco, & Aldo Croquer

Colony geometry and structural complexity of the endangered species Acropora cervicornis partly explains the structure of their associated fish assemblage

Aldo Croquer, Francoise Cavada-Blanco, Ainhoa L. Zubillaga, Esteban A. Agudo-Adriani, & Michael Sweet

Is Acropora palmata recovering? A case study in Los Roques National Park, Venezuela

Victoria Suarez-Ulloa, Juan Fernandez-Tajes, Vanessa Aguiar-Pulido, M. Veronica Prego-Faraldo, Fernanda Florez-Barros, Alexia Sexto-Iglesias, Josefina Mendez, & Jose M. Eirin-Lopez

Unbiased high-throughput characterization of mussel transcriptomic responses to sublethal concentrations of the biotoxin okadaic acid

Victoria Suarez-Ulloa, Juan Fernandez-Tajes, Vanessa Aguiar-Pulido, M. Veronica Prego-Faraldo, Fernanda Florez-Barros, Alexia Sexto-Iglesias, Josefina Mendez, & Jose M. Eirin-Lopez

Unbiased high-throughput characterization of mussel transcriptomic responses to sublethal concentrations of the biotoxin okadaic acid

Aldo Croquer, Francoise Cavada-Blanco, Ainhoa L. Zubillaga, & Esteban Agudo-Adriani

Is Acropora palmata really coming back? An analysis from Los Roques, Venezuela
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