DOI: 10.1130/G36147.1

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Annual growth chronologies of Siderastrea siderea and Pseudodiploria strigosa on the Florida Keys Reef Tract, 2015-2016 Methods
Dongsha Atoll Coral 45 Years Bimonthly Stable Isotope Data from cores collected on June 29, 2013 from 1968-2012 Methods
Porites calcification rates from Dongsha Atoll from cores collected on June 29, 2013 from 1954-2012 Methods
Annual calcification histories for corals from ten Palau reef sites representing lagoon and barrier reef environments Methods
Stress bands in coral cores for corals from Palau reefs Methods
Comparison of bleaching data to stress bands in Porites corals on Palau reefs Methods
Vulnerability of coral reefs to bioerosion from land-based sources of pollution using parameters quantified by computerized tomography. Methods
Stress band counts from coral cores taken in the central equatorial Pacific Methods
Raw coral extension, density, and calcification data from Castillo lab research in Belize, 2009, 2012, and 2015 Methods
Coral and algae cover, coral richness, and coral diversity from coral reef sites sampled by small boats in the Palauan archipelago from 2011-2013 Methods
Seawater chemistry measurements for Porites macrobioerosion experiments collected from reefs from across the Pacific Basin (Coral Reef Ecosystem OA Impact project) Related Research
Porites macrobioerosion study: individual calcification rates, skeleton density, and the volume of borings in the tropical Pacific from 2011-2012 (Coral Reef Ecosystem OA Impact project) Related Research
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DeCarlo, T. M., Cohen, A. L., Barkley, H. C., Cobban, Q., Young, C., Shamberger, K. E., Brainard R.E., Golbuu, Y. (2015). Coral macrobioerosion is accelerated by ocean acidification and nutrients. Geology, 43(1), 7–10. doi:10.1130/g36147.1
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10.1130/G36147.1
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