Coral Spawning Database
datasetposted on 2020-12-01, 09:12 authored by Andrew Baird, James GuestJames Guest, Alasdair Edwards, Andrew BaumanAndrew Bauman, Jessica Bouwmeester, Hanaka MeraHanaka Mera, David Abrego, Mariana Alvarez-Noriega, Russell C. Babcock, Miguel B Barbosa, Victor Bonito, John A. Burt, Patrick Cabaitan, Ching-Fong Chang, Suchana Chavanich, Chaolun Allen Chen, Chieh-Jhen Chen, Wei-Jen Chen, Fung-Chen Chung, Sean R. Connolly, Vivian R. Cumbo, Maria DornelasMaria Dornelas, Christopher Doropoulos, Gal Eyal, Lee Eyal-Shaham, Nur Fadli, Joana Figueiredo, Jean-François Flot, Sze-Hoon Gan, Elizabeth Gomez, Erin M. Graham, Mila Grinblat, Nataly Gutiérrez-Isaza, Saki Harii, Peter Harrison, Masayuki Hatta, Nina Ann Jin Ho, Gaetan Hoarau, Mia Hoogenboom, Emily J. Howells, Akira Iguchi, Naoko Isomura, Emmeline Jamodiong, Suppakarn Jandang, Jude Keyes, Seiya Kitanobo, Narinratana Kongjandtre, Chao-Yang Kuo, Charlon Ligson, Che-Hung Lin, Jeffrey Low, Yossi Loya, Elizaldy A. Maboloc, Joshua MadinJoshua Madin, Takuma Mezaki, Min Choo, Masaya Morita, Aurélie Moya, Su-Hwei Neo, Matthew NitschkeMatthew Nitschke, Satoshi Nojima, Yoko Nozawa, Srisakul Piromvaragorn, Sakanan Plathong, Eneour Puill-Stephan, Kate Quigley, Catalina Ramírez-Portilla, Gerard RicardoGerard Ricardo, Sakai, Kazuhiko, Eugenia Sampayo, Tom Shlesinger, Leony Sikim, Chris Simpson, Carrie A. Sims, Frederic Sinniger, Davies A Spiji, Tracy Tabalanza, Chung-Hong Tan, Tullia I. Terraneo, Gergely Torda, James True, Karenne Tun, Kareen Vicentuan, Voranop Viyakarn, Zarinah Waheed, Selina Ward, Bette Willis, Rachael M. Woods, Erika S. Woolsey, Hiromi H Yamamoto, Syafyudin Yusuf
The discovery of multi-species synchronous spawning of scleractinian corals on the Great Barrier Reef in the 1980s stimulated an extraordinary effort to document spawning times in other parts of the globe. Unfortunately, most of these data remain unpublished which limits our understanding of regional and global reproductive patterns. The Coral Spawning Database (CSD) collates much of these disparate data into a single place. The CSD includes 6178 observations (3085 of which were unpublished) of the time or day of spawning for over 300 scleractinian species in 61 genera from 101 sites in the Indo-Pacific. The goal of the CSD is to provide open access to coral spawning data to accelerate our understanding of coral reproductive biology and to provide a baseline against which to evaluate any future changes in reproductive phenology.
ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies CE140100020
- Biological Sciences