Crawford Drury
Crawford Drury
Hawaii Institute of Marine Biology
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Propagation of the threatened staghorn coral Acropora cervicornis: methods to minimize the impacts of fragment collection and maximize production
D Lirman, T Thyberg, J Herlan, C Hill, C Young-Lahiff, S Schopmeyer, ...
Coral Reefs 29, 729-735, 2010
Growth dynamics of the threatened Caribbean staghorn coral Acropora cervicornis: influence of host genotype, symbiont identity, colony size, and environmental setting
D Lirman, S Schopmeyer, V Galvan, C Drury, AC Baker, IB Baums
PloS one 9 (9), e107253, 2014
Genotype and local environment dynamically influence growth, disturbance response and survivorship in the threatened coral, Acropora cervicornis
C Drury, D Manzello, D Lirman
PLoS One 12 (3), e0174000, 2017
Genomic variation among populations of threatened coral: Acropora cervicornis
C Drury, KE Dale, JM Panlilio, SV Miller, D Lirman, EA Larson, E Bartels, ...
BMC genomics 17 (1), 1-14, 2016
Metabolomic signatures of coral bleaching history
TNF Roach, J Dilworth, AD Jones, RA Quinn, C Drury
Nature Ecology & Evolution 5 (4), 495-503, 2021
Citizen science benefits coral reef restoration activities
D Hesley, D Burdeno, C Drury, S Schopmeyer, D Lirman
Journal for Nature Conservation 40, 94-99, 2017
Resilience in reef‐building corals: The ecological and evolutionary importance of the host response to thermal stress
C Drury
Molecular Ecology 29 (3), 448-465, 2020
Genomic patterns in Acropora cervicornis show extensive population structure and variable genetic diversity
C Drury, S Schopmeyer, E Goergen, E Bartels, K Nedimyer, M Johnson, ...
Ecology and Evolution 7 (16), 6188-6200, 2017
Physiological and reproductive repercussions of consecutive summer bleaching events of the threatened Caribbean coral Orbicella faveolata
J Fisch, C Drury, EK Towle, RN Winter, MW Miller
Coral Reefs 38, 863-876, 2019
Host genotype and stable differences in algal symbiont communities explain patterns of thermal stress response of Montipora capitata following thermal pre-exposure and across …
J Dilworth, C Caruso, VA Kahkejian, AC Baker, C Drury
Coral Reefs 40 (1), 151-163, 2021
Genotype by environment interactions in coral bleaching
C Drury, D Lirman
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 288 (1946), 20210177, 2021
Coral bleaching response is unaltered following acclimatization to reefs with distinct environmental conditions
KL Barott, AS Huffmyer, JM Davidson, EA Lenz, SB Matsuda, JR Hancock, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 118 (22), e2025435118, 2021
SAV communities of western Biscayne Bay, Miami, Florida, USA: Human and natural drivers of seagrass and macroalgae abundance and distribution along a continuous shoreline
D Lirman, T Thyberg, R Santos, S Schopmeyer, C Drury, L Collado-Vides, ...
Estuaries and coasts 37, 1243-1255, 2014
A persistent bloom of Anadyomene JV Lamouroux (Anadyomenaceae, Chlorophyta) in Biscayne Bay, Florida
L Collado-Vides, C Avila, S Blair, F Leliaert, D Rodriguez, T Thyberg, ...
Aquatic botany 111, 95-103, 2013
Preconditioning improves bleaching tolerance in the reef‐building coral Pocillopora acuta through modulations in the programmed cell death pathways
E Majerova, FC Carey, C Drury, RD Gates
Molecular Ecology 30 (14), 3560-3574, 2021
Selecting heat-tolerant corals for proactive reef restoration
C Caruso, K Hughes, C Drury
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 632027, 2021
Clonal diversity impacts coral cover in Acropora cervicornis thickets: Potential relationships between density, growth, and polymorphisms
C Drury, JB Greer, I Baums, B Gintert, D Lirman
Ecology and evolution 9 (8), 4518-4531, 2019
Intrapopulation adaptive variance supports thermal tolerance in a reef-building coral
C Drury, NK Bean, CI Harris, JR Hancock, J Huckeba, TNF Roach, ...
Communications Biology 5 (1), 486, 2022
Dispersal capacity and genetic relatedness in Acropora cervicornis on the Florida Reef Tract
C Drury, CB Paris, VH Kourafalou, D Lirman
Coral Reefs 37, 585-596, 2018
Coral husbandry for ocean futures: leveraging abiotic factors to increase survivorship, growth, and resilience in juvenile Montipora capitata
JR Hancock, AR Barrows, TC Roome, AS Huffmyer, SB Matsuda, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 657, 123-133, 2021
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