Macroalgal blooms on southeast Florida coral reefs: II. Cross-shelf discrimination of nitrogen sources indicates widespread assimilation of sewage nitrogen
Macroalgal blooms on southeast Florida coral reefs I. Nutrient stoichiometry of the invasive green alga Codium isthmocladum in the wider Caribbean indicates nutrient enrichment
Ecology and nutrition of invasive Caulerpa brachypus f. parvifolia blooms on coral reefs off southeast Florida, U.S.A.
Coral reefs in southeast Florida have experienced an unprecedented succession of macroalgal blooms and invasions involving both native and non-native chlorophytes over the past two decades.
These HABs resulted in die-offs of sponges, hard corals, and soft corals due to hypoxia/anoxia in nearbottom waters and caused an emigration of reef fishes from the impacted areas.