Publications

Publications

PUBLISHED:

McCarthy M, Colna K, El-Mezayen MM, Laureano-Rosario AE, Méndez-Lázaro P, Otis DB, Toro-Farmer G., Vega-Rodriguez M, Muller-Karger FE. 2017. Satellite Remote Sensing for Coastal Management: A Review of Successful Applications. Environmental Management. doi:10.1007/s00267-017-0880-x

Vega-Rodriguez, M. 2016. Influence of water quality on stony coral diversity and net community productivity in the Florida Keys. PhD Dissertation. USF Scholar Commons.

Vega-Rodriguez, M., Montes E., Muller-Karger, FE. 2016. New insights on coral diversity from a Marine  Biodiversity Observation Network (MBON) in the Florida Keys. Reef Encounter News Journal for International Society for Reef Studies 31(2): 63 – 66

Toro-Farmer, G., Muller-Karger, FE., Vega-Rodriguez, M., Melo, N., et al. 2016. Characterization of available light for seagrass and patch reef productivity in Sugarloaf Key, Lower Florida Keys. Remote Sensing 8(2): doi: 10.3390/rs8020086

Vega-Rodriguez, M., Muller-Karger, FE., Hallock-Muller, P., Quiles-Perez, G., et al.  2015. Influence of water-temperature variability on stony coral diversity in Florida Keys patch reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 528: 173 – 186

Turk, D., Yates, K., Vega-Rodriguez, M., Toro-Farmer, G., et al. 2015. Community metabolism in shallow coral reef and seagrass ecosystems, lower Florida Keys. Marine Ecology Progress Series 538: 35 – 52

Liu, G., Heron, S., Eakin, M., Muller-Karger, FE., Vega-Rodriguez, M., et al. 2014. Reef-Scale thermal stress monitoring of coral ecosystems: new 5-km global products from NOAA Coral Reef Watch. Remote Sensing 6 11579-11606; doi:10.3390/rs61111579

Vega-Rodriguez, M. 2008. Estimating primary productivity of red mangroves in southwestern Puerto Rico from remote sensing and field measurements. Master’s Thesis.

SUBMITTED:

Vega-Rodriguez M, Yates K., Toro-Farmer G., Melo N., Ramsewak D., Cerdeira-Estrada S., Turk D., Herwitz S.R., Müller-Karger F.E. Submitted.  Daily net community production and stony coral photosynthetic efficiency as a function of water turbidity in shallow-reef environments of the Florida Keys. PLoS ONE.


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