Biodiversity Research Center
My research involves understanding the response of coral-Symbiodinium associations in high-latitude, marginal and extreme environments in Taiwan, Japan and Korea to the effects of climate change. I look mainly at the effects of seawater temperature fluctuations (highs and lows) and the limits to the temperature tolerance in corals using molecular and eco-physiological methods.
October 2, 2017
January 18, 2017
Symbiodinium spp. associated with scleractinian corals from Dongsha Atoll (Pratas), Taiwan, in the South China Sea
April 8, 2014
Can resistant coral-Symbiodinium associations enable coral communities to survive climate change? A study of a site exposed to long-term hot water input
Signed reviews submitted for articles published in PeerJ Note that some articles may not have the review itself made public unless authors have made them open as well.
November 29, 2016
July 14, 2016