John Reed

John Reed

FAU Harbor Branch Oceanographic Institute
Florida Atlantic University  (United States of America)
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John Reed is Principal Investigator for the Robertson Coral Reef Research & Conservation Program. He is a project PI and leads the research and conservation programs on deep water and mesophotic coral reefs for the NOAA Cooperative Institute for Ocean Exploration, Research, and Technology (CIOERT). John’s research is not only scientifically important, but it has also directly resulted in the protection of fragile deep water coral habitats.


  Please note that only publications relevant to mesophotic reefs are indexed.

Pomponi 2001a Diversity and bathymetric distribution of lithistid sponges in the tropical western Atlantic region | article
Pomponi SA, Kelly M, Reed JK, Wright AE (2001)
Bull Biol Soc Wash 10:344-353
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Reed 1997a Biodiversity and distribution of deep and shallow water sponges in the Bahamas | article
Reed JK, Pomponi SA (1997)
Proc 8th Inter Coral Reef Symp 2:1387-1392
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No pdf Deep-Water Coral Reefs of the United States | chapter
Messing CG, Reed JK, Brooke SD, Ross SW (2008)
in: Coral Reefs of the USA (Springer) by Riegl B.M., Dodge R.E.

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Reed 2006a Deep-water Oculina reefs of Florida: summary of the state of knowledge of the habitat, fauna, geology, and physical processes of the ecosystem | report
Reed JK (2006)
South Atlantic Fishery Management Council
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10.1016   j.csr.2016.06.012 The perfect storm: match-mismatch of bio-physical events drives larval reef fish connectivity between Pulley Ridge mesophotic reef and the Florida ... | article
Vaza AC, Parisa CB, Olascoaga MJ, Kourafalou VH, Kanga H, Reed JK (2016)
Cont Shelf Res 0:0
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Harter Fish assemblages associated with red grouper pits at Pulley Ridge, a mesophotic reef in the Gulf of Mexico | article
Harter SL, Moe H, Reed JK, David AW (2017)
Fish Bull 115:419-432
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10.1002   ecs2.1542 Habitat availability and depth-driven population demographics regulate reproductive output of a coral reef fish | article
Goldstein ED, D'Alessandro EK, Reed J, Sponaugle S (2016)
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