It is well known that marine ecosystems are actually under threatened due to climate change and anthropogenic disturbances. Within these scenarios I would like to clarify how these ecosystems respond to environmental stressors and within what limits of tolerance they can function by keeping their stability, biodiversity and health.
- Finding of 132, 173-cyclopheophorbide a enol as a degradation product of chlorophyll in shrunk zooxanthellae of the coral Montipora digitata. (2015), Suzuki T, Casareto BE, Shioi Y, Ishikawa Y, Suzuki Y, Journal of Phycology, 51(1): 37-45. doi:10.1111/jpy.12253
- A survey of photosynthetic pigments from surface to oligotrophic deep seawater in Suruga Bay, Japan. (2015) Miyata W, Suzuki T, Casareto BE, Suzuki Y, Shioi Y, Procedia Chemistry 14, 444-454. doi: 10.1016/j.proche.2015.03.060
- Role of bioaerosol in the environment: Plus and Minus (2014) Suzuki Y, Casareto BE, Cryobiology and Cryotechnology, 60(1): 17-22.
- Dissolved organic carbon cycling and the roles of the microbial community in the coexistence of corals and seagrasses in Bise, Okinawa, Japan. (2014) Meekaew A, Casareto BE, Higuchi T, Chumun PK Suzuki Y, Eco-Engineering, 26(3): 81-88.
- High Nitrate levels exacerbate Thermal Photo-physiological stress of zooxanthellae in the reef-building coral Pocillopora damicornis. (2013) Chumun PK, Casareto BE, Higuchi T, Irikawa A, Bhagooli R, Ishikawa Y, Suzuki Y, Eco-Engineering, 25(3): 75-83.