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DISCOVRE - Diversity, Systematics and Connectivity of Vulnerable Reef Ecosystems Project:
Microbial Ecology of Deep-Sea Coral Ecosystems
Small colonies of Primnoa and Paragorgia corals growing in a rock field in Baltimore Canyon. Image courtesy of Deepwater Canyons 2012 Expedition, NOAA-OER/BOEM. [larger version]
- Kellogg C.A., Goldsmith D.B. and Gray M.A., 2017, Biogeographic comparison of Lophelia-associated bacterial communities in the western Atlantic reveals conserved core microbiome, Frontiers in Microbiology 8:796, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2017.00796.
Galkiewicz, J.P., Stellick, S.H., Gray, M.A., and Kellogg, C.A., 2012, Cultured fungal associates from the deep-sea coral Lophelia pertusa: Deep-Sea Research I 67: 12-20.
- Galkiewicz, J.P., Pratte, Z.A., Gray, M.A., and Kellogg, C.A., 2011, Characterization of culturable bacteria isolated from the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa: FEMS Microbiology Ecology 77:333-346.
- Gray, M.A., Stone, R.P., McLaughlin, M.R., and Kellogg, C.A., 2011, Microbial consortia of gorgonian corals from the Aleutian islands: FEMS Microbiology Ecology 76: 109-120.
- Kellogg, C.A., 2011, Microbial ecology of deep-water mid-Atlantic canyons: U.S. Geological Survey Fact Sheet 2011-3102.
- Kellogg, C.A., 2010, Enumeration of viruses and prokaryotes in deep-sea sediments and cold seeps of the Gulf of Mexico: Deep-Sea Research II 57: 2002-2007.
- Kellogg, C.A., Lisle, J.T., and Galkiewicz, J.P., 2009, Culture-independent characterization of bacterial communities associated with the cold-water coral Lophelia pertusa in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico: Applied and Environmental Microbiology 75 (8): 2294-2303.
- Lawler, S.N., C.A. Kellogg, S.C. France, R.W. Clostio, S.D. Brooke, and S.W. Ross, 2016, Coral-associated bacterial diversity is conserved across two deep-sea Anthothela species: Frontiers in Microbiology 7:458, doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2016.00458.