David M. Baker
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Climate change promotes parasitism in a coral symbiosis
DM Baker, CJ Freeman, ML Wong, Jane CY, Fogel, N Knowlton
The ISME Journal, 2018
1052018
Nitrate competition in a coral symbiosis varies with temperature among Symbiodinium clades
DM Baker, JP Andras, AG Jordán-Garza, ML Fogel
The ISME journal 7, 1248-1251, 2013
1002013
Nitrogen biogeochemistry in the Caribbean sponge, Xestospongia muta: a source or sink of dissolved inorganic nitrogen?
CL Fiore, DM Baker, MP Lesser
PLoS One 8 (8), e72961, 2013
792013
Link between sewage-derived nitrogen pollution and coral disease severity in Guam
JE Redding, RL Myers-Miller, DM Baker, M Fogel, LJ Raymundo, K Kim
Marine pollution bulletin 73 (1), 57-63, 2013
742013
Quality or quantity: is nutrient transfer driven more by symbiont identity and productivity than by symbiont abundance?
CJ Freeman, RW Thacker, DM Baker, ML Fogel
The ISME journal 7, 1116-1125, 2013
692013
Reefs of tomorrow: eutrophication reduces coral biodiversity in an urbanized seascape
NN Duprey, M Yasuhara, DM Baker
Global change biology 22 (11), 3550-3565, 2016
682016
Relationship between water quality, d15N, and aspergillosis of Caribbean sea fan corals
DM Baker, SE MacAvoy, K Kim
Marine Ecology Progress Series 343, 123-130, 2007
672007
Sea fan corals provide a stable isotope baseline for assessing sewage pollution in the Mexican Caribbean
DM Baker, E Jordán-Dahlgren, M Angel Maldonado, C Drew Harvell
Limnology and Oceanography 55 (5), 2139-2149, 2010
652010
Tourism’s nitrogen footprint on a Mesoamerican coral reef
DM Baker, RE Rodríguez-Martínez, ML Fogel
Coral Reefs 32 (3), 691-699, 2013
632013
Influence of marine reserves on coral disease prevalence
CA Page, DM Baker, CD Harvell, Y Golbuu, L Raymundo, SJ Neale, ...
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 87 (1-2), 135-150, 2009
522009
Isotopic and microbial indicators of sewage pollution from Stone Town, Zanzibar, Tanzania
MA Moynihan, DM Baker, AJ Mmochi
Marine Pollution Bulletin 64, 1348-1355, 2012
482012
Productivity links morphology, symbiont specificity and bleaching in the evolution of Caribbean octocoral symbioses
DM Baker, CJ Freeman, N Knowlton, RW Thacker, K Kim, ML Fogel
The ISME journal 9 (12), 2620-2629, 2015
432015
Caribbean octocorals record changing carbon and nitrogen sources from 1862 to 2005
DM Baker, KL Webster, K Kim
Global change biology 16 (10), 2701-2710, 2010
432010
Nitrogen sources and cycling revealed by dual isotopes of nitrate in a complex urbanized environment
A Archana, B Thibodeau, N Geeraert, MN Xu, SJ Kao, DM Baker
Water research 142, 459-470, 2018
372018
Complex ecological associations: competition and facilitation in a sponge–algal interaction
CG Easson, M Slattery, DM Baker, DJ Gochfeld
Marine Ecology Progress Series 507, 153-167, 2014
312014
Upside-down but headed in the right direction: review of the highly versatile Cassiopea xamachana system
AH Ohdera, MJ Abrams, CL Ames, DM Baker, LP Suescún-Bolívar, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution 6, 35, 2018
302018
Metabolic diversity and niche structure in sponges from the Miskito Cays, Honduras
CJ Freeman, CG Easson, DM Baker
PeerJ 2, e695, 2014
272014
Variations in nitrate isotope composition of wastewater effluents by treatment type in Hong Kong
A Archana, L Li, K Shuh-Ji, B Thibodeau, DM Baker
Marine pollution bulletin 111 (1-2), 143-152, 2016
252016
Light-mediated 15N fractionation in Caribbean gorgonian octocorals: implications for pollution monitoring
DM Baker, K Kim, JP Andras, JP Sparks
Coral Reefs 30, 709-717, 2011
242011
The environmental exposures and inner-and intercity traffic flows of the metro system may contribute to the skin microbiome and resistome
K Kang, Y Ni, J Li, L Imamovic, C Sarkar, MD Kobler, Y Heshiki, T Zheng, ...
Cell Reports 24 (5), 1190-1202. e5, 2018
222018
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