Published by Springer, Coral Reefs is the official journal of International Society for Coral Reef Studies. This quarterly publication provides a venue for multidisciplinary research across the broad fields of reef studies, with relevance to modern and/ or ancient reefs.
Editor-in-chief: Professor Rolf P.M. Bak
Editorial Assistant: Dr Elizabeth H. Gladfelter
Geology Editor: Professor Bernhard Riegl
Biology Editors: Dr Glenn Almany, Dr. Anastazia Banaszak, Dr Ruth D. Gates, Dr Stephen Swearer, Dr Hugh Sweatman, Dr Mark J.A. Vermeij, and Dr Mark E. Warner
Environmental Editor: Dr Robert van Woesik
Ecology Editor: Professor Mark Hay
Editorial Board: Dr. Serge Andrefouet, Dr. Marlin Atkinson, Dr. Iliana Baums, Dr. Michael Berumen, Prof. Barbara Brown, Dr. Richard Dodge, Dr. Terry Done, Dr. Peter Edmunds, Dr. Christine Ferrier-Pages, Prof. Bruce Fouke, Prof. Eberhard Gischler, Dr. Richard W. Grigg , Dr Alastair Harborne, Dr. Dennis Hubbard, Dr. Howard Lasker , Dr. Harilaos A. Lessios , Dr. Janice M. Lough, Dr. Maggy Nugues, Dr. Morgan Pratchett, Dr. Kimberly B. Ritchie, Dr. Randi Rotjan, Dr Stuart A. Sandin, Prof. George Stanley, Dr Peter Swart, Dr. Alina M. Szmant, and Dr. Hiroya Yamano
Each year the editorial board of Coral Reefs votes on The Best Paper. The Best Paper Award includes a certificate, a glass trophy, and a cash prize of EUR1000.
2011 (Coral Reefs, Volume 30)
HPA Sweatman, S. Delean, C. Syms
Assessing loss of coral cover on Australia's Great Barrier Reef over two decades, with implications for longer-term trends
Coral Reefs, Volume 30: 521-531
2010 (Coral Reefs, Volume 29)
KE Fabricius, K Okaji and G De'ath
Three lines of evidence to link outbreaks of the crown-of-thorns seastar Acanthaster planci to the release of larval food limitation
Coral Reefs, Volume 29: 593-605
2009 (Coral Reefs, Volume 28)
SK Wilson, AM Dolman, AJ Cheal, MJ Emslie, MS Pratchett, HPA Sweatman
Maintenance of fish diversity on disturbed coral reefs
Coral Reefs, Volume 28: 3-14
2008 (Coral Reefs, Volume 27)
Mass extinctions and ocean acidification: biological constraints on geological dilemmas
Coral Reefs, Volume 27: 459-472
2007 (Coral Reefs, Volume 26)
JC Mieog, MJH van Oppen, NE Cantin, WT Stam, JL Olsen
Real-time PCR reveals a high incidence of Symbiodinium clade D at low levels in four scleractinian corals across the Great Barrier Reef: implications for symbiont shuffling
Coral Reefs, Volume 26: 449-457
2006 (Coral Reefs, Volume 25)
Is the timing of spawning in sparid fishes a response to sea temperature regimes?
Coral Reefs, Volume 25: 655-669
2005 (Coral Reefs, Volume 24)
A Tribollet, S Golubic
Cross-shelf differences in the pattern and pace of bioerosion of experimental carbonates exposed for 3 years on the northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
Coral Reefs, Volume 24:422-434
2004 (Coral Reefs, Volume 23)
L Penland, J Kloulechad, D Idip, R van Woesik
Coral Spawning in the western Pacific Ocean is related to solar insolation.
Coral Reefs, Volume 23:133-140
2003 (Coral Reefs, Volume 22)
JM Guinotte, RW Buddemeier, and JA Kleypas
Future coral reef habitat marginality: temporal and spatial effects of climate change in the Pacific basin.
Coral Reefs, Volume 22: 551-558
2002 (Coral Reefs, Volume 21)
Does habitat availability determine geographical-scale abundances of coral-dwelling fishes?
Coral Reefs, Volume 21: 105-116
2001 (Coral Reefs, Volume 20)
WK Fitt, BE Brown, ME Warner, and RP Dunne
Coral bleaching: interpretation of thermal tolerance limits and thermal thresholds in tropical corals.
Coral Reefs, Volume 20: 51-65
2000 (Coral Reefs, Volume 19)
Enhanced particle-feeding capacity of corals on turbid reefs (Great Barrier Reef, Australia)
Coral Reefs, Volume 19: 59-67