Oregon State University

Department of Microbiology
Oregon State University
454 Nash Hall
Corvallis OR 97331

Research Area

Environmental microbiology

Rebecca Vega-Thurber - Publications

Year Citations Publication Type Links
2022 Priority effects in coral-macroalgae interactions can drive alternate community paths in the absence of top-down control. Journal Article
2021 Chronic low-level nutrient enrichment benefits coral thermal performance in a fore reef habitat. Journal Article
2021 Increasing comparability among coral bleaching experiments. Journal Article
2021 Thermal stress interacts with surgeonfish feces to increase coral susceptibility to dysbiosis and reduce tissue regeneration. Journal Article
2021 Nutrient enrichment predominantly affects low diversity microbiomes in a marine trophic symbiosis between algal farming fish and corals. Journal Article
2020 Coral microbiomes demonstrate flexibility and resilience through a reduction in community diversity following a thermal stress event. Journal Article
2020 Parrotfish predation drives distinct microbial communities in reef-building corals. Journal Article
2020 Coral bleaching phenotypes associated with differential abundances of nucleocytoplasmic large DNA viruses. Journal Article
2019 Surgeonfish feces increase microbial opportunism in reef-building corals. Journal Article
2019 Multiple stressors interact primarily through antagonism to drive changes in the coral microbiome. Journal Article
2019 Different nitrogen sources speed recovery from corallivory and uniquely alter the microbiome of a reef-building coral. Journal Article
2017 Rapid adaptive responses to climate change in corals. Journal Article
2014 Unprecedented evidence for high viral abundance and lytic activity in coral reef waters of the South Pacific Ocean. Journal Article