Taylor M. Williams

Taylor M. Williams
University of Alabama at Birmingham | UAB · Department of Biology

Master of Science

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Satellite imagery is a useful tool for monitoring and mapping the distribution of invasive or nuisance algal species on coral reefs over the temporal and spatial scales needed for ecosystem management. Visual inspections of high-resolution satellite imagery were used to detect the newly discovered nuisance alga, Chondria tumulosa, at Manawai (Pearl...
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The Hawaiian Archipelago stretches 2500 km from the Main to the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands, represents a complex gradient of oceanographic and anthropogenic drivers, and has a high abundance and diversity of native and invasive macroalgae. These photosynthetic organisms occur in intertidal to mesophotic (30–150+ m) depths and absorb nitrogen wit...
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The complete chloroplast genome of Chondria tumulosa, a red alga from Manawai (Pearl and Hermes Atoll), Hawai‘i, was determined and analyzed using next-generation sequencing and de novo assembly approaches. The chloroplast genome sequence of C. tumulosa was 172,617 bp and contained 231 genes, consisting of 197 protein-coding genes, 29 transfer RNA...
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Survey cruises by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) in 2016 and 2019 yielded specimens of an undetermined red alga that rapidly attained alarming levels of benthic coverage at Pearl and Hermes Atoll, Papahānaumokuākea Marine National Monument, Hawaiʻi. By 2019 the seaweed had covered large expanses on the northeast side of...

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