The legacy of stress: coral bleaching impacts reproduction years later

Erika Johnston, Chelsie Counsell, Tayler Sale, Scott Burgess & Rob Toonen
1. The extent to which populations persist under environmental stress depends on the reproductive output of individuals that survive the stress. In coral systems, corals bleach in response to stress from elevated water temperature. However, little is known of the extent to which thermal stress impairs the reproductive capacity of the survivors over the following years, limiting the capacity to predict how populations will persist in the Anthropocene. 2. Using histology to quantify the abundance...
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