Publications

Hesley, D., D. Burdeno, C. Drury, S. Schopmeyer and D. Lirman (2017). “Citizen science benefits coral reef restoration activities.” Journal of Nature Conservation. Doi: 10.1016/j.jnc.2017.09.001.

Drury C, Schopmeyer S, Goergen E, et al. Genomic patterns in Acropora cervicornis show extensive population structure and variable genetic diversity. Ecol Evol. (2017)7:6188–6200. https://doi.org/10.1002/ece3.3184


Drury, C, D. Manzello, and D. Lirman. 2017. Genotype and local environment dynamically influence growth, disturbance response and survivorship in the threatened coral Acropora cervicornis. PloS ONE, doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0174000.


Schopmeyer, S.A., Lirman, D., Bartels, E. et al. Coral Reefs (2017) 36:1047. https://doi.org/10.1007/s00338-017-1596-3

Lirman, D. and S. Schopmeyer. 2016. Ecological solutions to reef degradation: optimizing coral restoration in the Caribbean and Western Atlantic. PeerJ 4:e2597, DOI 10.7717/peerj.2597.


Johnson, M., Lustic, E., Bartels, E., Baums, I., Gilliam, D., Learson, L., … Schopmeyer, S. (2011). Caribbean Acropora Restoration Guide: Best Practices for Propagation and Population Enhancement. Arlington, VA.  http://reefresilience.org/article-summaries/caribbean-acroporarestoration-guide-best-practices-for-propagation-and-population-enhancement/#