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Assis, Juliana M., Abreu, Fernanda, Villela, Helena M.D., Barno, Adam, Valle, Rafael F., Vieira, Rayssa, Taveira, Igor, Duarte, Gustavo, Bourne, David G., Høj, Lone, and Peixoto, Raquel S. (2020) Delivering beneficial microorganisms for corals: rotifers as carriers of probiotic bacteria. Frontiers In Microbiology, 11. 608506.

Allard, Sarah M., Costa, Matthew T., Bulseco, Ashley N., Helfer, Véronique, Wilkins, Laetitia G.E., Hassenrück, Christiane, Zengler, Karsten, Zimmer, Martin, Erazo, Natalia, Mazza Rodrigues, Jorge L., Duke, Norman, Melo, Vânia M.M., Vanwonterghem, Inka, Junca, Howard, Makonde, Huxley M., Jiménez, Diego Javier, Tavares, Tallita C.L., Fusi, Marco, Daffonchio, Daniele, Duarte, Carlos M., Peixoto, Raquel S., Rosado, Alexandre S., Gilbert, Jack A., and Bowman, Jeff (2020) Introducing the mangrove microbiome initiative: identifying microbial research priorities and approaches to better understand, protect, and rehabilitate mangrove ecosystems. mSystems, 5 (5). e0065820.

Ahasan, Md. Shamim, Waltzek, Thomas B., Huerlimann, Roger, and Ariel, Ellen (2017) Fecal bacterial communities of wild-captured and stranded green turtles (Chelonia mydas) on the Great Barrier Reef. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 93 (12). fix139.

Ainsworth, T.D., Fordyce, A.J., and Camp, E.F. (2017) The other microeukaryotes of the coral reef microbiome. Trends in Microbiology, 25 (12). pp. 980-991.

Angly, Florent E., Pantos, Olga, Morgan, Thomas C., Rich, Virginia, Tonin, Hemerson, Bourne, David G., Mercurio, Philip, Negri, Andrew P., and Tyson, Gene W. (2016) Diuron tolerance and potential degradation by pelagic microbiomes in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon. PeerJ, 4. e1758. pp. 1-23.

Angly, Florent E., Heath, Candice, Morgan, Thomas C., Tonin, Hemerson, Rich, Virginia, Schaffelke, Britta, Bourne, David G., and Tyson, Gene W. (2016) Marine microbial communities of the Great Barrier Reef lagoon are influenced by riverine floodwaters and seasonal weather events. PeerJ, 4. e1511. pp. 1-24.

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Botté, E.S., Luter, H.M., Marangon, E., Patel, F., Uthicke, S., and Webster, N.S. (2020) Simulated future conditions of ocean warming and acidification disrupt the microbiome of the calcifying foraminifera Marginopora vertebralis across life stages. Environmental Microbiology Reports, 12 (6). pp. 693-701.

Blasdell, Kim R., Morand, Serge, Perera, David, and Firth, Cadhla (2019) Association of rodent-borne Leptospira spp. with urban environments in Malaysian Borneo. PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 13 (2). e0007141.

Blasdell, Kim R., Perera, David, and Firth, Cadhla (2019) High prevalence of rodent-borne Bartonella spp. in urbanizing environments in Sarawak, Malaysian Borneo. American Journal of Tropical Medicine and Hygiene, 100 (3). pp. 506-509.

Borzée, Amaël, Kosch, Tiffany A., Kim, Miyeon, and Jang, Yikweon (2017) Introduced bullfrogs are associated with increased Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis prevalence and reduced occurrence of Korean treefrogs. PLoS ONE, 12. e0177860.

Bourne, David G., Morrow, Kathleen M., and Webster, Nicole S. (2016) Insights into the coral microbiome: underpinning the health and resilience of reef ecosystems. Annual Review of Microbiology, 70. pp. 317-340.

Bissett, Andrew, Fitzgerald, Anna, Meintjes, Thys, Mele, Pauline M., Reith, Frank, Dennis, Paul G., Breed, Martin F., Brown, Belinda, Brown, Mark V., Brugger, Joel, Byrne, Margaret, Caddy-Retalic, Stefan, Carmody, Bernie, Coates, David J., Correa, Carolina, Ferrari, Belinda C., Gupta, Vadakattu V.S.R., Hamonts, Kelly, Haslem, Asha, Hugenholtz, Philip, Karan, Mirko, Koval, Jason, Lowe, Andrew J., McDonald, Stuart, McGrath, Leanne, Martin, David, Morgan, Matt, North, Kristin I., Paungfoo-Lonhienne, Chanyarat, Pendall, Elise, Phillips, Lori, Pirzl, Rebecca, Powell, Jeff R., Ragan, Mark A., Schmidt, Susanne, Seymour, Nicole, Snape, Ian, Stephen, John R., Stevens, Matthew, Tinning, Matt, Williams, Kristen, Yeoh, Yun Kit, Zammit, Carla M., and Young, Andrew (2016) Introducing BASE: the Biomes of Australian Soil Environments soil microbial diversity database. GigaScience, 5 (1). pp. 1-11.

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Cooke, Ira, Mead, Oliver, Whalen, Casey, Boote, Chloe, Moya, Aurelie, Ying, Hua, Robbins, Steven, Strugnell, Jan M., Darling, Aaron, Miller, David, Voolstra, Christian, and Adamska, Maya (2019) Molecular techniques and their limitations shape our view of the holobiont. Zoology, 137. 125695.

Chidambarampadmavathy, K., Karthikeyan, O.P., Huerlimann, R., Maes, G.E., and Heimann, K. (2017) Response of mixed methanotrophic consortia to different methane to oxygen ratios. Waste Management, 61. pp. 220-228.

Chidambarampadmavathy, Karthigeyan, Obulisamy, Karthigeyan, Huerlimann, Roger, Maes, Gregory. E., and Heimann, Kirsten (2017) Responses of mixed methanotrophic consortia to variable Cu2+/Fe2+ ratios. Journal of Environmental Management, 197. pp. 159-166.

Camps, Mercedes, Benavides, Mar, Lema, Kimberley A., Bourne, David G., Grosso, Olivier, and Bonnet, Sophie (2016) Released coral mucus does not enhance planktonic N2 fixation rates. Aquatic Microbial Ecology, 77 (1). pp. 51-63.

Correa, Adrienne M.S., Ainsworth, Tracy D., Rosales, Stephanie M., Thurber, Andrew R., Butler, Christopher R., and Thurber, Rebecca L. Vega (2016) Viral outbreak in corals associated with an in situ bleaching event: atypical herpes-like viruses and a new megavirus infecting Symbiodinium. Frontiers in Microbiology, 7. 127. pp. 1-14.

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Drane, Kezia, Huerlimann, Roger, Power, Michelle, Whelan, Anna, Ariel, Ellen, Sheehan, Madoc, and Kinobe, Robert (2021) Testudines as sentinels for monitoring the dissemination of antibiotic resistance in marine environments: an integrative review. Antibiotics, 10 (7). 775.

DiPerna, Stephanie, Hoogenboom, Mia, Noonan, Sam, and Fabricius, Katharina (2018) Effects of variability in daily light integrals on the photophysiology of the corals Pachyseris speciosa and Acropora millepora. PLoS ONE, 13 (9). e0203882.

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Ezechukwu, Henry C., Diya, Cornelius A., Egoh, Ifunanya J., Abiodun, Mayowa J., Grace, John-Ugwuanya A., Okoh, God'spower R., Adu, Kayode T., and Adegboye, Oyelola A. (2021) Lung microbiota dysbiosis and the implications of SARS-CoV-2 infection in pregnancy. Therapeutic Advances in Infectious Disease, 8.

Epstein, Hannah E., Smith, Hillary A., Torda, Gergely, and van Oppen, Madeleine J. H. (2019) Microbiome engineering: enhancing climate resilience in corals. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 17 (2). pp. 100-108.

Epstein, Hannah E., Torda, Gergely, Munday, Philip L., and van Oppen, Madeleine J.H. (2019) Parental and early life stage environments drive establishment of bacterial and dinoflagellate communities in a common coral. ISME Journal: multidisciplinary journal of microbial ecology, 13 (6). pp. 1635-1638.

Elumalai, Punniyakotti, Parthipan, Punniyakotti, Obulisamy, Karthikeyan Parthiba, and Rajasekar, Aruliah (2017) Enzyme-mediated biodegradation of long-chain n-alkanes (C₃₂ and C₄₀) by thermophilic bacteria. 3 Biotech, 7. 116.

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Frade, Pedro R., Glasl, Bettina, Matthews, Samuel A., Mellin, Camille, Serrão, Ester A., Wolfe, Kennedy, Mumby, Peter J., Webster, Nicole S., Bourne, David G., and UNSPECIFIED (2020) Spatial patterns of microbial communities across surface waters of the Great Barrier Reef. Communications Biology, 3. 442.

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Glasl, Bettina, Robbins, Steven, Frade, Pedro R., Marangon, Emma, Laffy, Patrick W., Bourne, David G., and Webster, Nicole N. (2020) Comparative genome-centric analysis reveals seasonal variation in the function of coral reef microbiomes. ISME Journal: multidisciplinary journal of microbial ecology, 14. pp. 1435-1450.

Glasl, Bettina, Smith, Caitlin E., Bourne, David G., and Webster, Nicole S. (2019) Disentangling the effect of host-genotype and environment on the microbiome of the coral Acropora tenuis. PeerJ, 7. e6377.

Glasl, Bettina, Bourne, David G., Frade, Pedro R., Thomas, Torsten, Schaffelke, Britta, and Webster, Nicole S. (2019) Microbial indicators of environmental perturbations in coral reef ecosystems. Microbiome, 7. 94.

Glasl, Bettina, Smith, Caitlin E., Bourne, David G., and Webster, Nicole S. (2018) Exploring the diversity-stability paradigm using sponge microbial communities. Scientific Reports, 8. 8425.

Guernier, Vanina, Lagadec, Erwan, Cordonin, Colette, Le Minter, Gildas, Gomard, Yann, Pagès, Frédéric, Jaffar-Bandjee, Marie-Christine, Michault, Alain, Tortosa, Pablo, and Dellagi, Koussay (2016) Human leptospirosis on Reunion Island, Indian Ocean: are rodents the (only) ones to blame? PLoS Neglected Tropical Diseases, 10 (6). e0004733. pp. 1-19.

Guernier, Vanina, Milinovich, Gabriel J., Bezerra Santos, Marcos Antonio, Haworth, Mark, Coleman, Glen, and Soares Magalhaes, Ricardo J. (2016) Use of big data in the surveillance of veterinary diseases: early detection of tick paralysis in companion animals. Parasites & Vectors, 9. 303. pp. 1-10.

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Hoj, Lone, Levy, Natalie, Baillie, Brett K., Clode, Peta L., Strohmaier, Raphael C., Siboni, Nachshon, Webster, Nicole S., Uthicke, Sven, and Bourne, David G. (2018) Crown-of-thorns sea star Acanthaster cf. solaris has tissue-characteristic microbiomes with potential roles in health and reproduction. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 84 (13).

Hernandez-Agreda, Alejandra, Leggat, William, Bongaerts, Pim, Herrera, Cesar, and Ainsworth, Tracy D. (2018) Rethinking the coral microbiome: simplicity exists within a diverse microbial biosphere. mBio, 9 (5).

Hernandez-Agreda, Alejandra, Leggat, William, Bongaerts, Pim, and Ainsworth, Tracy D. (2016) The microbial signature provides insight into the mechanistic basis of coral success across reef habitats. mBio, 7 (4). e00560-16. pp. 1-10.

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Jensen, Sigmund, Hovland, Martin, Lynch, Michael D.J., and Bourne, David G. (2019) Diversity of deep-water coral-associated bacteria and comparison across depth gradients. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 95 (7). fiz091.

Jensen, Sigmund, V. Fortunato, Sofia A., Hoffman, Friederike, Hoem, Solveig, Tore Rapp, Hans, Øvreås, Lise, and Torsvik, Vigdis L. (2017) The relative abundance and transcriptional activity of marine sponge-associated microorganisms emphasizing groups involved in sulfur cycle. Microbial Ecology, 73 (3). pp. 668-676.

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McKnight, Donald T., Zenger, Kyall R., Alford, Ross A., and Huerlimann, Roger (2020) Microbiome diversity and composition varies across body areas in a freshwater turtle. Microbiology, 166 (5). pp. 440-452.

Marchioro, Giulia, Glasl, Bettina, Engelen, Aschwin H., Serrao, Ester A., Bourne, David G., Webster, Nicole S., and Frade, Pedro R. (2020) Microbiome dynamics in the tissue and mucus of acroporid corals differ in relation to host and environmental parameters. PeerJ, 8. e9644.

McKnight, Donald T., Huerlimann, Roger, Bower, Deborah S., Schwarzkopf, Lin, Alford, Ross A., and Zenger, Kyall R. (2019) Methods for normalizing microbiome data: an ecological perspective. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 10 (3). pp. 389-400.

Morris, Luke A., Voolstra, Christian R., Quigley, Kate M., Bourne, David G., and Bay, Line K. (2019) Nutrient availability and metabolism Affect the stability of coral–Symbiodiniaceae symbioses. Trends in Microbiology, 27 (8). pp. 678-689.

Mohamed, Amin R., Cumbo, Vivian R., Harii, Saki, Shinzato, Chuya, Chan, Cheong Xin, Ragan, Mark A., Satoh, Nori, Ball, Eldon E., and Miller, David J. (2018) Deciphering the nature of the coral-Chromera association. ISME Journal: multidisciplinary journal of microbial ecology, 12 (3). pp. 776-790.

Machado, Lorenna, Tomkins, Nigel, Magnusson, Marie, Midgley, David J., de Nys, Rocky, and Rosewarne, Carly P. (2018) In vitro response of rumen microbiota to the antimethanogenic red acroalga Asparagopsis taxiformis. Microbial Ecology, 75 (3). pp. 811-818.

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O'Brien, Paul A., Smith, Hillary A., Fallon, Stewart, Fabricius, Katharina, Willis, Bette L., Morrow, Kathleen M., and Bourne, David G. (2018) Elevated CO2 has little influence on the bacterial communities associated with the pH-tolerant coral, massive Porites spp. Frontiers in Microbiology, 9. 2621.

O'Brien, Paul A., Smith, Hillary A., Fallon, Stewart, Fabricius, Katharina, Willis, Bette L., Morrow, Kathleen M., and Bourne, David G. (2018) Elevated CO₂ has little influence on the bacterial communities associated with the pH-tolerant coral, massive Porites spp. Frontiers in Microbiology, 9. 2621. pp. 1-12.

O'Brien, Paul A., Morrow, Kathleen M., Willis, Bette L., and Bourne, David G. (2016) Implications of ocean acidification for marine microorganisms from the free-living to the host-associated. Frontiers in Marine Science, 3. 47. pp. 1-14.

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Purkiss, Terence, and Lach, Lori (2019) Pathogen spillover from Apis mellifera to a stingless bee. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 286. 20191071.

Pollock, F. Joseph, Lamb, Joleah B., van de Water, Jeroen A. J. M., Smith, Hillary A., Schaffelke, Britta, Willis, Bette L., and Bourne, David G. (2019) Reduced diversity and stability of coral-associated bacterial communities and suppressed immune function precedes disease onset in corals. Royal Society Open Science, 6 (6). 190355.

Pollock, F. Joseph, McMinds, Ryan, Smith, Styles, Bourne, David G., Willis, Bette L., Medina, Mónica, Thurber, Rebecca Vega, and Zaneveld, Jesse R. (2018) Coral-associated bacteria demonstrate phylosymbiosis and cophylogeny. Nature Communications, 9. 4921. pp. 1-13.

Pirotta, Vanessa, Smith, Alastair, Ostrowski, Martin, Russell, Dylan, Jonsen, Ian D., Grech, Alana, and Harcourt, Robert (2017) An economical custom-built drone for assessing whale health. Frontiers in Marine Science, 4. 425.

Peterson, Anna C., Ghersi, Bruno M., Alda, Fernando, Firth, Cadhla, Frye, Matthew J., Bai, Ying, Osikowicz, Lynn M., Riegel, Claudia, Lipkin, W. Ian, Kosoy, Michael Y., and Blum, Michael J. (2017) Rodent-borne Bartonella infection varies according to host species within and among cities. EcoHealth, 14 (4). pp. 771-782.

Pollock, F. Joseph, Wada, Naoisha, Torda, Gergely, Willis, Bette L., and Bourne, David G. (2017) White syndrome-affected corals have a distinct microbiome at disease lesion fronts. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 83 (2). e02799-16. pp. 1-15.

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Quigley, Kate M., Alvarez Roa, Carlos, Torda, Greg, Bourne, David G., and Willis, Bette L. (2020) Co-dynamics of Symbiodiniaceae and bacterial populations during the first year of symbiosis with Acropora tenuis juveniles. MicrobiologyOpen, 9 (2). e959.

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Ramsby, Blake D., Hoogenboom, Mia O., Whalan, Steve, and Webster, Nicole S. (2018) Elevated seawater temperature disrupts the microbiome of an ecologically important bioeroding sponge. Molecular Ecology, 27 (8). pp. 2124-2137.

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Smith, Hillary A., Conlan, Jessica A., Pollock, F. Joseph, Wada, Naohisa, Shore, Amanda, Hung, Julia Yun-Hsuan, Aeby, Greta S., Willis, Bette L., Francis, David S., and Bourne, David G. (2020) Energy depletion and opportunistic microbial colonisation in white syndrome lesions from corals across the Indo-Pacific. Scientific Reports, 10. 19990.

Schrameyer, Verena, York, Paul H., Chartrand, Katie, Ralph, Peter J., Kuhl, Michael, Brodersen, Kasper Elgetti, and Rasheed, Michael A. (2018) Contrasting impacts of light reduction on sediment biogeochemistry in deep- and shallow-water tropical seagrass assemblages (Green Island, Great Barrier Reef). Marine Environmental Research, 136. pp. 38-47.

Sorek, Michal, Schnytzer, Yisrael, Ben-Asher, Hiba Waldman, Caspi, Vered Chalifa, Chen, Chii-Shiarng, Miller, David J., and Levy, Oren (2018) Setting the pace: host rhythmic behaviour and gene expression patterns in the facultatively symbiotic cnidarian Aiptasia are determined largely by Symbiodinium. Microbiome, 6. 83.

Strong, Peter James, Karthikeyan, Obulisamy Parthiba, Zhu, Jing, Clarke, William, and Wu, Weixiang (2017) Methanotrophs: methane mitigation, denitrification and bioremediation. In: Singh, Jay Shankar, and Seneviratne, Gamini, (eds.) Agro-Environmental Sustainability: managing environmental pollution. Springer, Cham, Switzerland, pp. 19-40.

Sato, Yui, Civiello, Michael, Bell, Sara C., Willis, Bette L., and Bourne, David G. (2016) Integrated approach to understanding the onset and pathogenesis of black band disease in corals. Environmental Microbiology, 18 (3). pp. 752-765.

Stockwell, Michelle P., Bower, Deborah S., Clulow, John, and Mahony, Michael J. (2016) The role of non-declining amphibian species as alternative hosts for Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in an amphibian community. Wildlife Research, 43 (4). pp. 341-347.

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Trevathan-tackett, Stacey M., Kepfer-Rojas, Sebastian, Engelen, Aschwin H., York, Paul, Ola, Anne, Li, Jinquan, Kelleway, Jeffrey J., Jinks, Kristin I., Jackson, Emma L., Adame, Maria Fernanda, Pendall, Elise, Lovelock, Catherine E., Connolly, Rod M., Watson, Anne, Visby, Inger, Trethowan, Allison, Taylor, Ben, Roberts, Tessa N.B., Petch, Jane, Farrington, Lachlan, Djukic, Ika, and Macreadie, Peter I. (2021) Ecosystem type drives tea litter decomposition and associated prokaryotic microbiome communities in freshwater and coastal wetlands at a continental scale. Science of the Total Environment, 782. 146819.

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von May, Rudolf, Catenazzi, Alessandro, Santa-Cruz, Roy, Kosch, Tiffany A., and Vredenburg, Vance T. (2018) Microhabitat temperatures and prevalence of the pathogenic fungus batrachochytrium dendrobatidis in lowland amazonian frogs. Tropical Conservation Science, 11.

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West, Annie G., Waite, David W., Deines, Peter, Bourne, David G., Digby, Andrew, McKenzie, Valerie J., and Taylor, Michael W. (2019) The microbiome in threatened species conservation. Biological Conservation, 229. pp. 85-98.

Wessels, Wiebke, Sprungala, Susanne, Watson, Sue-Ann, Miller, David J., and Bourne, David G. (2017) The microbiome of the octocoral Lobophytum pauciflorum: minor differences between sexes and resilience to short-term stress. FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 93 (5). pp. 1-13.

Wakelin, S.A., Gerard, E., van Koten, C., Banabas, M., O'Callaghan, M., and Nelson, P.N. (2016) Soil physicochemical properties impact more strongly on bacteria and fungi than conversion of grassland to oil palm. Pedobiologia, 59 (3). pp. 83-91.

Wada, Naohisa, Pollock, Frederic J., Willis, Bette L., Ainsworth, Tracy, Mano, Nobuhiro, and Bourne, David G. (2016) In situ visualization of bacterial populations in coral tissues: pitfalls and solutions. PeerJ, 4. e2424.

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