Raz Tamir
Raz Tamir
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Spectral diversity and regulation of coral fluorescence in a mesophotic reef habitat in the Red Sea
G Eyal, J Wiedenmann, M Grinblat, C D’Angelo, E Kramarsky-Winter, ...
PloS one 10 (6), e0128697, 2015
482015
What is the space of attenuation coefficients in underwater computer vision?
D Akkaynak, T Treibitz, T Shlesinger, Y Loya, R Tamir, D Iluz
Proceedings of the IEEE Conference on Computer Vision and Pattern …, 2017
472017
Light, temperature, photosynthesis, heterotrophy, and the lower depth limits of mesophotic coral ecosystems
SE Kahng, D Akkaynak, T Shlesinger, EJ Hochberg, J Wiedenmann, ...
Mesophotic coral ecosystems, 801-828, 2019
372019
The spectral and spatial distribution of light pollution in the waters of the northern Gulf of Aqaba (Eilat)
R Tamir, A Lerner, C Haspel, Z Dubinsky, D Iluz
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
372017
Euphyllia paradivisa, a successful mesophotic coral in the northern Gulf of Eilat/Aqaba, Red Sea
G Eyal, L Eyal-Shaham, I Cohen, R Tamir, O Ben-Zvi, F Sinniger, Y Loya
Coral Reefs 35 (1), 91-102, 2016
342016
Reproduction, abundance and survivorship of two Alveopora spp. in the mesophotic reefs of Eilat, Red Sea
L Eyal-Shaham, G Eyal, R Tamir, Y Loya
Scientific reports 6 (1), 1-11, 2016
272016
The red sea: Israel
G Eyal, R Tamir, N Kramer, L Eyal-Shaham, Y Loya
Mesophotic coral ecosystems, 199-214, 2019
202019
Light environment drives the shallow-to-mesophotic coral community transition
JHLYL Raz Tamir, Gal Eyal, Netanel Kramer
Ecosphere 10, 1-18, 2019
15*2019
Light environment drives the shallow to mesophotic coral community transition
R Tamir, G Eyal, N Kramer, J Laverick, Y Loya
bioRxiv, 622191, 2019
152019
Reproductive strategies of the coral Turbinaria reniformis in the northern Gulf of Aqaba (Red Sea)
H Rapuano, I Brickner, T Shlesinger, E Meroz-Fine, R Tamir, Y Loya
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-13, 2017
152017
Upper mesophotic depths in the coral reefs of Eilat, Red Sea, offer suitable refuge grounds for coral settlement
N Kramer, G Eyal, R Tamir, Y Loya
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-12, 2019
142019
A generalized light‐driven model of community transitions along coral reef depth gradients
JH Laverick, R Tamir, G Eyal, Y Loya
Global Ecology and Biogeography 29 (9), 1554-1564, 2020
62020
Coral morphology portrays the spatial distribution and population size-structure along a 5–100 m depth gradient
N Kramer, R Tamir, G Eyal, Y Loya
Frontiers in Marine Science, 2020
52020
Photophysiology of a mesophotic coral 3 years after transplantation to a shallow environment
O Ben-Zvi, R Tamir, N Keren, D Tchernov, I Berman-Frank, Y Kolodny, ...
Coral Reefs 39 (4), 903-913, 2020
32020
Effects of light pollution on the early life stages of the most abundant northern red sea coral
R Tamir, G Eyal, I Cohen, Y Loya
Microorganisms 8 (2), 193, 2020
32020
Mesophotic reef geomorphology categorization, habitat identification, and relationships with surface cover and terrace formation in the Gulf of Aqaba
DK Weinstein, R Tamir, N Kramer, G Eyal, I Berenshtein, Y Shaked, ...
Geomorphology 379, 107548, 2021
2021
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DK Weinstein, R Tamir, N Kramer, G Eyal, I Berenshtein, Y Shaked
Geomorphology 379, 107548, 2021
2021
Reciprocal-transplantation between shallow and mesophotic stony corals
R Tamir, O Ben-Zvi, G Eyal, N Kramer, Y Loya
Marine Environmental Research 161, 105035, 2020
2020
Light-harvesting in mesophotic corals is powered by a spatially efficient photosymbiotic system between coral host and microalgae
N Kramer, R Tamir, O Ben-Zvi, SL Jacques, Y Loya, D Wangpraseurt
Available at SSRN 3736399, 2020
2020
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N Kramer, G Eyal, R Tamir, Y Loya
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