Hollie Putnam

University of Rhode Island

Department of Biological Sciences
120 Flagg Road
University of Rhode Island
Kingston, RI 02881

Research Area

Coral ecophysiology and epigenetics

Hollie Putnam - Publications

Year Citations Publication Type Links
In Press Correspondence of coral holobiont metabolome with symbiotic bacteria, archaea and Symbiodinium communities. Journal Article
2016 Ocean acidification influences DNA methylation and phenotypic plasticity in environmentally susceptible corals Journal Article
2016 The Coral Traits Database, a curated database of trait information for coral species from the global oceans Journal Article
2016 Ocean acidification influences DNA methylation and phenotypic plasticity in environmentally susceptible corals Journal Article
2016 Metabolomic signatures of increases in temperature and ocean acidification from the reef-building coral, Pocillopora damicornis Journal Article
2015 Preconditioning in the reef-building coral Pocillopora damicornis and the potential for trans-generational acclimatization in coral larvae under future climate change conditions. Journal Article
2015 Species-specific differences in thermal tolerance may define susceptibility to intracellular acidosis in reef corals. Journal Article
2015 Building coral reef resilience through assisted evolution. Journal Article
2014 Multi-gene analysis of Symbiodinium dinoflagellates: a perspective on rarity, symbiosis, and evolution. Journal Article
2014 Pacific-wide contrast highlights resistance of reef calcifiers to ocean acidification. Journal Article
2014 Persistence and change in community composition of reef corals through past, present, and future climates Journal Article
2014 Evaluating the causal basis of ecological success within the scleractinia: an integral projection model approach Journal Article
2014 Intracellular pH and its response to CO2-driven seawater acidification in symbiotic versus non-symbiotic coral cells. Journal Article
2013 The physiological and molecular responses of larvae from the reef-building coral Pocillopora damicornis exposed to near-future increases in temperatures and pCO2. Journal Article
2013 Symbiotic specificity, association patterns, and function determine community responses to global changes: Defining critical research areas for coral-Symbiodinium symbioses. Journal Article