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Daniel Wagner


Daniel Wagner

Schmidt Ocean Institute
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration  (United States of America)



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Research interests

Dr. Daniel Wagner is a marine ecologist with NOAA’s Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument. He has conducted research on Hawaii’s mesophotic coral ecosystems (reefs found at depths between 30-150 m) for close to a decade, and has participated in numerous expeditions that have surveyed such deeper habitats using technical SCUBA diving, manned submersibles, and remotely operated vehicles. Daniel’s special interest in this cruise is to map mesophotic coral ecosystems within the Monument, in order to design systematic surveys of the biology and ecology of these understudied environments in the near future.

Publications

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

10.1186   1472 6785 9 21 Generalist dinoflagellate endosymbionts and host genotype diversity detected from mesophotic (67-100 m depths) coral Leptoseris | article
Chan YL, Pochon X, Fisher MA, Wagner D, Concepcion GT, Kahng SE, Toonen RJ, Gates RD (2009)
BMC Ecol
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10.1007   s00338 007 0232 z New report of nudibranch predators of the invasive octocoral Carijoa riisei in the Main Hawaiian Islands | article
Wagner D, Kahng SE, Toonen RJ (2007)
Coral Reefs 26:411
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10.1007   s00338 010 0593 6 Community ecology of mesophotic coral reef ecosystems | article
Kahng SE, Garcia-Sais JR, Spalding HL, Brokovich E, Wagner D, Weil E, Hinderstein L, Toonen RJ (2010)
Coral Reefs 29:255-275
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10.1016   j.cosust.2013.11.019 Recent advances in the ecology of mesophotic coral ecosystems (MCEs) | article
Kahng SE, Copus JM, Wagner D (2014)
Curr Opin Environ Sustainability 7:72-81
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10.1111   j.1744 7410.2011.00233.x Sexual reproduction of Hawaiian black corals, with a review of the reproduction of antipatharians (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Hexacorallia) | article
Wagner D, Waller RG, Toonen RJ (2011)
Invertebr Biol 130:211-225
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10.1071   is10004 Using morphometrics, in situ observations and genetic characters to distinguish among commercially valuable Hawaiian black coral species; a redescr... | article
Wagner D, Brugler MR, Opresko DM, France SC, Montgomery AD, Toonen RJ (2010)
Invertebr Syst 24:271-290
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10.1017   s1755267214000785 Mesophotic surveys of the flora and fauna at Johnston Atoll, Central Pacific Ocean | article
Wagner D, Kosaki RK, Spalding HL, Whitton RK, Pyle RL, Sherwood AR, Tsuda RT, Calcinai B (2014)
Mar Biodivers Rec 7:e68
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Kahng et al 2012 meps Efficient light harvesting in deep-water zooxanthellate corals | article
Kahng SE, Hochberg EJ, Apprill A, Wagner D, Luck DG, Perez D, Bidigare RR (2012)
Mar Ecol Prog Ser 455:65-77
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10.2984   65.2.249 New Records of Commercially Valuable Black Corals (Cnidaria: Antipatharia) from the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands at Mesophotic Depths | article
Wagner D, Papastamatiou YP, Kosaki RK, Gleason KA, McFall GB, Boland RC, Pyle RL, Toonen RJ (2011)
Pac Sci 65:249-255
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10.1098   rspb.2010.1681 Azooxanthellate? Most Hawaiian black corals contain Symbiodinium | article
Wagner D, Pochon X, Irwin L, Toonen RJ, Gates RD (2011)
Proc Biol Sci 278:1323-1328
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10.5343   bms.2013.1053 High levels of mesophotic reef fish endemism in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands | article
Kane C, Kosaki RK, Wagner D (2014)
Bull Mar Sci 90:693-703
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Kahng 2012a Temperature related depth limits of warm-water corals | article
Kahng SE, Wagner D, Lantz C, Vetter O, Gove J, Merrifield M (2012)
Proc 12th Int Coral Reef Symp
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Opresko 2012a Discovery of Aphanipathes verticillata (Cnidaria: Anthozoa: Antipatharia) in the Hawaiian Islands | article
Opresko DM, Wagner D, Montgomery AD, Brugler MR (2012)
Zootaxa 3348:24-39
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10.1007   s12526 016 0510 5 100% endemism in mesophotic reef fish assemblages at Kure Atoll, Hawaiian Islands | article
Kosaki RK, Pyle RL, Leonard JC, Hauk BB, Whitton RK, Wagner D (2016)
Mar Biodiv
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10.1371   journal.pone.0157861 Structure of Mesophotic Reef Fish Assemblages in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands | article
Fukunaga A, Kosaki RK, Wagner D, Kane C (2016)
PLoS ONE 11:e0157861
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10.7717   peerj.2475 A comprehensive investigation of mesophotic coral ecosystems in the Hawaiian Archipelago | article
Pyle​ RL, Boland R, Bolick H, Bowen BW, Bradley CJ, Kane C, Kosaki RK, Langston R, Longenecker K, Montgomery A, Parrish FA, Popp BN, Rooney​ J, Smith CM, Wagner D, Spalding HL (2016)
PeerJ 4:e2475
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10.1186   s13750 016 0068 5 To what extent do mesophotic coral ecosystems and shallow reefs share species of conservation interest? | review
Laverick JH, Andradi-Brown DA, Exton DA, Bongaerts P, Bridge TC, Lesser MP, Pyle RL, Slattery M, Wagner D, Rogers AD (2016)
Environmental Evidence 5:1-8
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10.1007   978 3 319 17001 5 4 1 Mesophotic Coral Ecosystems | article
Kahng S, Copus JM, Wagner D (2017)
Marine Animal Forest
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10.1017   s1755267215000202 The spatial distribution of shallow-water (<150 m) black corals (Cnidaria: Antipatharia) in the Hawaiian Archipelago | article
Wagner D (2015)
Mar Biodivers Rec 8:e54
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10.3389   fmars.2015.00024 A taxonomic survey of the shallow-water (<150 m) black corals (Cnidaria: Antipatharia) of the Hawaiian Islands | article
Wagner D (2015)
Front Mar Sci
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10.1007   s00338 017 1569 6 Changes in mesophotic reef fish assemblages along depth and geographical gradients in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands | article
Fukunaga A, Kosaki RK, Wagner D (2017)
Coral Reefs 36:785-790
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