Till Röthig
Till Röthig
Aquatic Research Facility, Environmental Sustainability Research Centre University of Derby, UK
Verified email at derby.ac.uk
TitleCited byYear
Herbicides increase the vulnerability of corals to rising sea surface temperature
AP Negri, F Flores, T Röthig, S Uthicke
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (2), 471-485, 2011
892011
Long‐term salinity tolerance is accompanied by major restructuring of the coral bacterial microbiome
T Röthig, MA Ochsenkühn, A Roik, R Van Der Merwe, CR Voolstra
Molecular Ecology 25 (6), 1308-1323, 2016
612016
In situ observations of coral bleaching in the central Saudi Arabian Red Sea during the 2015/2016 global coral bleaching event
AA Monroe, M Ziegler, A Roik, T Röthig, RS Hardenstine, MA Emms, ...
PLoS One 13 (4), e0195814, 2018
372018
Year-long monitoring of physico-chemical and biological variables provide a comparative baseline of coral reef functioning in the central Red Sea
A Roik, T Röthig, C Roder, M Ziegler, SG Kremb, CR Voolstra
PLoS One 11 (11), e0163939, 2016
312016
Distinct bacterial communities associated with the coral model Aiptasia in aposymbiotic and symbiotic states with Symbiodinium
T Röthig, RM Costa, S Baumgarten, AF Torres, A Radhakrishnan, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 3, 234, 2016
292016
Stable mucus-associated bacterial communities in bleached and healthy corals of Porites lobata from the Arabian Seas
G Hadaidi, T Röthig, LK Yum, M Ziegler, C Arif, C Roder, J Burt, ...
Scientific reports 7, 45362, 2017
272017
Spatial and seasonal reef calcification in corals and calcareous crusts in the central Red Sea
A Roik, C Roder, T Röthig, CR Voolstra
Coral Reefs 35 (2), 681-693, 2016
262016
High salinity tolerance of the Red Sea coral Fungia granulosa under desalination concentrate discharge conditions: an in situ photophysiology experiment
R Van Der Merwe, T Röthig, CR Voolstra, MA Ochsenkühn, S Lattemann, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 1, 58, 2014
212014
The role of floridoside in osmoadaptation of coral-associated algal endosymbionts to high-salinity conditions
MA Ochsenkühn, T Röthig, C D’Angelo, J Wiedenmann, CR Voolstra
Science advances 3 (8), e1602047, 2017
202017
Microbial community composition of deep-sea corals from the Red Sea provides insight into functional adaption to a unique environment
T Röthig, LK Yum, SG Kremb, A Roik, CR Voolstra
Scientific reports 7, 44714, 2017
132017
Captive rearing of the deep-sea coral Eguchipsammia fistula from the Red Sea demonstrates remarkable physiological plasticity
A Roik, T Röthig, C Roder, PJ Müller, CR Voolstra
PeerJ 3, e734, 2015
102015
Distinct bacterial microbiomes associate with the deep-sea coral Eguchipsammia fistula from the Red Sea and from aquaria settings
T Röthig, A Roik, LK Yum, CR Voolstra
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 259, 2017
82017
Coral reef carbonate budgets and ecological drivers in the central Red Sea–a naturally high temperature and high total alkalinity environment
AK Roik, T Röthig, C Pogoreutz, V Saderne, CR Voolstra
Copernicus GmbH, 2018
72018
Transcriptomes and expression profiling of deep-sea corals from the Red Sea provide insight into the biology of azooxanthellate corals
LK Yum, S Baumgarten, T Röthig, C Roder, A Roik, C Michell, ...
Scientific reports 7 (1), 6442, 2017
72017
Coral bleaching event in the central Red Sea
A Roik, T Röthig, M Ziegler, CR Voolstra
Mideast Coral Reef Society (MCRS) Newsletter 3, 2015
72015
Xestospongia testudinaria nighttime mass spawning observation in Indonesia
T RÖTHIG, CR VOOLSTRA
Galaxea, Journal of Coral Reef Studies 18 (1), 1-2, 2016
22016
The Tara Pacific expedition—A pan-ecosystemic approach of the “-omics” complexity of coral reef holobionts across the Pacific Ocean
S Planes, D Allemand, S Agostini, B Banaigs, E Boissin, E Boss, ...
PLoS biology 17 (9), e3000483, 2019
12019
Coral reef carbonate budgets and ecological drivers in the naturally high temperature and high total alkalinity environment of the Red Sea
AK Roik, T Röthig, C Pogoreutz, V Saderne, CR Voolstra
Copernicus GmbH, 2018
12018
Coral reef carbonate budgets and ecological drivers in the naturally high temperature and high alkalinity environment of the Red Sea
A Roik, T Rothig, C Pogoreutz, CR Voolstra
BioRxiv, 203885, 2017
12017
Data from: Year-long monitoring of physico-chemical and biological variables provide a comparative baseline of coral reef functioning in the central Red Sea
AK Roik, T Röthig, C Roder, M Zielger, SG Kremb, CR Voolstra
Dryad Digital Repository, 2016
12016
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