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Ramsby BD, Hoogenboom MO, Smith HA, Whalan S, Webster NS.  2018.  The bioeroding sponge Cliona orientalis will not tolerate future projected ocean warming. Scientific Reports. 8(1)
Bell JJ, Rovellini A, Davy SK, Taylor MW, Fulton EA, Dunn MR, Bennett HM, Kandler NM, Luter HM, Webster NS.  2018.  Climate change alterations to ecosystem dominance: how might sponge-dominated reefs function? Ecology. 99(9):1920-1931.
Høj L, Levy N, Baillie BK, Clode PL, Strohmaier RC, Siboni N, Webster NS, Uthicke S, Bourne DG.  2018.  Crown-of-Thorns Sea Star Acanthaster cf. solaris Has Tissue-Characteristic Microbiomes with Potential Roles in Health and ReproductionABSTRACT. Applied and Environmental Microbiology. 84(13)
Espinel-Velasco N, Hoffmann L, Agüera A, Byrne M, Dupont S, Uthicke S, Webster NS, Lamare M.  2018.  Effects of ocean acidification on the settlement and metamorphosis of marine invertebrate and fish larvae: a review. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 606:237-257.
Ramsby BD, Hoogenboom MO, Whalan S, Webster NS.  2018.  Elevated seawater temperature disrupts the microbiome of an ecologically important bioeroding sponge. Molecular Ecology.
Bennett H, Bell JJ, Davy SK, Webster NS, Francis DS.  2018.  Elucidating the sponge stress response; lipids and fatty acids can facilitate survival under future climate scenarios. Global Change Biology.
Glasl B, Bourne DG, Frade PR, Webster NS.  2018.  Establishing microbial baselines to identify indicators of coral reef health. Microbiology Australia.
Glasl B, Smith CE, Bourne DG, Webster NS.  2018.  Exploring the diversity-stability paradigm using sponge microbial communities. Scientific Reports. 8(1)
Webster NS, Wagner M, Negri AP.  2018.  Microbial conservation in the Anthropocene. Environmental Microbiology.
Roux S, Adriaenssens EM, Dutilh BE, Koonin EV, Kropinski AM, Krupovic M, Kuhn JH, Lavigne R, J Brister R, Varsani A et al..  2018.  Minimum Information about an Uncultivated Virus Genome (MIUViG). Nature Biotechnology. 37(1):29-37.
Pascelli C, Laffy PW, Kupresanin M, Ravasi T, Webster NS.  2018.  Morphological characterization of virus-like particles in coral reef sponges. PeerJ. 6:e5625.
Laffy PW, Wood-Charlson EM, Turaev D, Jutz S, Pascelli C, Botté ES, Bell SC, Peirce T, Weynberg KD, van Oppen MJH et al..  2018.  Reef Invertebrate Viromics: Diversity, Host-Specificity & Functional Capacity. Environmental Microbiology.
Kandler NM, Wahab MAAbdul, Noonan SHC, Bell JJ, Davy SK, Webster NS, Luter HM.  2018.  In situ responses of the sponge microbiome to ocean acidification. FEMS Microbiology Ecology.
Bell JJ, Bennett HM, Rovellini A, Webster NS.  2018.  Sponges to Be Winners under Near-Future Climate Scenarios. BioScience. 68(12):955-968.
Luter HM, Webster NS.  2017.  Climate Change, Ocean Acidification and SpongesSponge Disease and Climate Change. :411-428.
Webster NS.  2017.  Conceptual and methodological advances for holobiont research. Environmental Microbiology Reports. 9(1):30-32.
Damjanovic K, Blackall LL, Webster NS, van Oppen MJH.  2017.  The contribution of microbial biotechnology to mitigating coral reef degradation. Microbial Biotechnology. 10(5):1236-1243.
Weynberg KD, Laffy PW, Wood-Charlson EM, Turaev D, Rattei T, Webster NS, van Oppen MJH.  2017.  Coral-associated viral communities show high levels of diversity and host auxiliary functions. PeerJ. 5:e4054.
Ramsby BD, Hoogenboom MO, Whalan S, Webster NS, Thompson A.  2017.  A decadal analysis of bioeroding sponge cover on the inshore Great Barrier Reef. Scientific Reports. 7(1)
Webster NS, Reusch TBH.  2017.  Microbial contributions to the persistence of coral reefs. The ISME Journal. 11(10):2167-2174.
Glasl B, Webster NS, Bourne DG.  2017.  Microbial indicators as a diagnostic tool for assessing water quality and climate stress in coral reef ecosystems. Marine Biology. 164(4)
Luter HM, Bannister RJ, Whalan S, Kutti T, Pineda M-C, Webster NS.  2017.  Microbiome analysis of a disease affecting the deep-sea sponge Geodia barretti. FEMS Microbiology Ecology. 93(6)
Moitinho-Silva L, Steinert G, Nielsen S, Hardoim CCP, Wu Y-C, McCormack GP, Lopez-Legentil S, Marchant R, Webster NS, Thomas T et al..  2017.  Predicting the HMA-LMA Status in Marine Sponges by Machine Learning. Frontiers in Microbiology. 8



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