陳昭倫 研究員

實驗室主持人

Dr.陳昭倫

研究員

PhD – James Cook, University ,Australia,1995

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辦公室: 新溫室 204

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研究領域
  • 珊瑚與珊瑚礁演化
  • 珊瑚礁生態與環境變遷
  • 共生學

研究方向

  • 珊瑚礁是海洋中生物多樣性最高的生態系之一,同時也提供人類文明發展非常重要的基石。但是由於人類長期的干擾,包括過魚、汙染、棲地破壞以及氣候變遷所造成的海溫升高與海水酸化等影響,使得珊瑚礁面臨嚴重衰退的問題。根據預測,如果這些干擾無法改變,現生的珊瑚將大量滅絕,而珊瑚生態系與其提供的生態服務功能將在本世紀結束之前瓦解。本實驗室針對珊瑚與珊瑚礁生態系在面對以上環境變遷影響下,提出以下幾個重要的問題:

    (1)面對環境變遷,特別是海水升溫的影響下,是否有珊瑚能進行調適或是產生適應未來的情境?如果有,哪些物種是贏家?哪些物種是輸家?

    (2)這些贏家珊瑚對於環境變遷的反應機制為何?是珊瑚主導嗎?還是共生藻主導?

    (3)這些贏家珊瑚所組成的群聚是否能行使與現在珊瑚礁群聚類似的珊瑚?

    (4)綜合以上所得的結果,針對未來的珊瑚礁,應該提出哪一些英對的管理與保育策略。我們從不同的時間與空間尺度,以長期升態研究為基礎,再依研究問題的導向利用基因體學、分子生態、生理生態與群聚生等角度切入作探討。

 

最新發表

期刊論文 ( 2017 - 2020 )

  1. Shashank Keshavmurthy, Chao-Yang Kuo, Ya-Yi Huang, Rodrigo Carballo-Bolaños, Pei-Jei Meng*, Jih-Terng Wang*, and Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2019, “Coral Reef Resilience in Taiwan: Lessons from Long-Term Ecological Research on the Coral Reefs of Kenting National Park (Taiwan)”, Journal of Marine Science and Engineering, 7(11), 388. (SCI)
  2. Emily S. Darling, Tim R. McClanahan, […], Chaolun Allen Chen,[…],David Mouillot , 2019, “Social–environmental drivers inform strategic management of coral reefs in the Anthropocene”, NATURE ECOLOGY & EVOLUTION, 3(9), 1341-1350. (SCI) Link
  3. Jih-Terng Wang*, Yu-Ting Wang, Shashank Keshavmurthy, Pei-Jei Meng, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2019, “The coral Platygyra verweyi exhibits local adaptation to long-term thermal stress 2 through host-specific physiological and enzymatic response”, Scientific Reports, 9, 13492. (SCI) (IF: 4.122; SCI ranking: 18.8%) Link
  4. Chao-Yang KUO, Aichi CHUNG, Shashank KESHAVMURTHY, Ya-Yi HUANG, Sung-Yin YANG, and Chaolun Allen CHEN*, 2019, “Lonely giant on the sand: unexpected massive Taiwanese coral, Polycyathus chaishanensis in the Datan algal reef demands a conservation focus”, Galaxea, Journal of Coral Reef Studies, 21(1), 11-12. (SCI)
  5. Rodrigo Carballo-Bolaños, Vianney Denis, Ya-Yi Huang, Shashank Keshavmurthy, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2019, “Temporal variation and photochemical efficiency of species in Symbiodinaceae associated with coral Leptoria phrygia (Scleractinia; Merulinidae) exposed to contrasting temperature regimes”, PLOS ONE, 14(6): e0218801. (SCI, SSCI) (IF: 2.766; SCI ranking: 25%; SSCI ranking: 25%) Link
  6. Ren Min Oh1*, Mei Lin Neo, Nicholas Wei Liang Yap, Sudhanshi Sanjeev Jain, Ria Tan, Chaolun Allen Chen & Danwei Huang, 2019, “Citizen science meets integrated taxonomy to uncover the diversity and distribution of Corallimorpharia in Singapore”, RAFFLES BULLETIN OF ZOOLOGY, 67, 306–321. (SCI) (IF: 0.716; SCI ranking: 72.5%) Link
  7. Carolin Nieder, Chen-Pan Liao, Chaolun Allen Chen, Shao-Lun Liu*, 2019, “Filamentous calcareous alga provides substrate for coral-competitive macroalgae in the degraded lagoon of Dongsha Atoll, Taiwan”, PLOS ONE, 14(5): e0200864. (SCI, SSCI) (IF: 2.766; SCI ranking: 25%; SSCI ranking: 25%) Link
  8. Carolin Nieder, Pin-Chen Chen, Chen, Chaolun Allen Chen, Shao-Lun Liu*, 2019, “New record of the encrusting alga Ramicrusta textilis overgrowing corals in the lagoon of Dongsha Atoll, South China Sea”, Bulletin of Marine Science, https://doi.org/10.5343/bms.2019.0010. (SCI, SSCI) (IF: 1.847; SCI ranking: 46.7%; SSCI ranking: 46.7%) Link
  9. Shashank Keshavmurthy, Sung-Yin Yang, Chun-Yu Su, Yu-Wen Chiu, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2019, “Association between massive Porites and the hidden hermit crab, Calcinus latens (Decapoda, Diogenidae)”, BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE, 95(1), 115-116. (SCI) (IF: 2.263; SCI ranking: 24.8%,30.2%) Link
  10. Parisa Alidoost Salimi, Pargol Ghavam Mostafavi*, Chaolun Allen Chen, Seyed Mohammad Reza Fatemi, and Michel Pichon, 2018, “The Scleractinia (Cnidaria: Anthozoa) of Abu-Musa and Sirri Islands, Persian Gulf”, ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES, 57(56). (SCI) (IF: 1.008; SCI ranking: 52.1%) Link
  11. Kuo-Wei Kao, Shashank Keshavmurthy*, Cing-Hsin Tsao, Jih-Terng Wang, and Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2018, “Repeated and Prolonged Temperature Anomalies Negate Symbiodiniaceae Genera Shuffling in the Coral Platygyra verweyi (Scleractinia; Merulinidae)”, ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES, 57, 55. (SCI) (IF: 1.008; SCI ranking: 52.1%) Link
  12. Hawthorne L. Beyer, Emma V. Kennedy, Maria Beger, Chaolun Allen Chen, Joshua E. Cinner, Emily S. Darling, C. Mark Eakin, Ruth D. Gates, Scott F. Heron, Nancy Knowlton, David O. Obura, Stephen R. Palumbi, Hugh P. Possingham, Marji Puotinen, Rebecca K. Runting, William J. Skirving, Mark Spalding, Kerrie A. Wilson,Sally Wood, John E. Veron, Ove Hoegh‐Guldberg, 2018, “Risk‐sensitive planning for conserving coral reefs under rapid climate change”, Conservation Letters, 11(6),e12587. (SCI) (IF: 7.02; SCI ranking: 3.7%) Link
  13. Stephane De Palmas, Derk R. Sato, Min-Jay Ho, Vianney Denis*, Chaolun Allen Chen* , 2018, “Molecular assessment of Pocillopora verrucosa (Scleractinia; Pocilloporidae) distribution along a depth gradient in Ludao, Taiwan. ”, PeerJ, 6, e5797. (SCI) (IF: 2.177; SCI ranking: 31.3%) Link
  14. Sung-Yin Yang, Hsing-Ju Chen, Ming-Jay Ho, Yen-Jia Chen, Ya-Yi Huang, Wenhua Savanna Chow, Sen-Lin Tang, Ming-Shiou Jeng, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2018, “Outbreak of coral-killing cyanobacteriasponge, Terpios hoshinota, in Taiping Island (Itu Aba), Spratlys, South China Sea”, BULLETIN OF MARINE SCIENCE, 94(4), 1543-1544. (SCI) (IF: 2.263; SCI ranking: 24.8%,30.2%) Link
  15. Derek Soto, Stephane De Palmas, Ming Jay Ho, Vianney Denis*, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2018, “Spatial variation in the morphological traits of Pocillopora verrucosa along a depth gradient in Taiwan”, PLoS One, 13(8), e0202586. (SCI) (IF: 2.806; SCI ranking: 23.4%) Link
  16. Maria Dornelas*, Laura H. Antão, Faye Moyes, Amanda E. Bates, Anne E. Magurran, Dušan Adam, Asem A. Akhmetzhanova, Ward Appeltans, José Manuel Arcos, Haley Arnold, Narayanan Ayyappan, Gal Badihi, Andrew H. Baird, Miguel Barbosa, Tiago Egydio Barreto, Claus Bässler, Alecia Bellgrove, Jonathan Belmaker, Lisandro Benedetti‐Cecchi, Brian J. Bett, Anne D. Bjorkman, Magdalena Błażewicz, Shane A. Blowes, Christopher P. Bloch, Timothy C. Bonebrake, Susan Boyd, Matt Bradford, Andrew J. Brooks, James H. Brown, Helge Bruelheide, Phaedra Budy, Fernando Carvalho,Edward Castañeda‐Moya, Chaolun Allen Chen, ...etc., 2018, “BioTIME: A database of biodiversity time series for the Anthropocene”, GLOBAL ECOLOGY AND BIOGEOGRAPHY, 27(7), 760-786. (SCI) (IF: 6.045; SCI ranking: 6.5%,4.1%) Link
  17. Sung-Yin Yang, Wai-Ling Fong, Wenhua Savanna Chow, Chia-Min Hsu, Chia-Ling Carynn Chan, Shashank Keshavmurthy*, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2018, “Development of Novel Polymorphic Microsatellite Markers in Catch Bowl Coral, Isopora palifera (Scleractinia; Acroporidae) Using Next-generation Sequencing”, ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES, 57, 32. (SCI) (IF: 1.008; SCI ranking: 52.1%) Link
  18. Carolin Nieder, Chaolun Allen Chen, Shao-Lun Liu*, 2018, “Long-term blooming filamentous calcareous alga provides substrate for other coral-competitive macroalgae in the degraded lagoon of Dongsha Atoll (Pratas), Taiwan”, bioRxiv, https://doi.org/10.1101/363796. Link
  19. Sonny T. M. Lee, Shashank Keshavmurthy*, Silvia Fontana, Mezaki Takuma, Wen-Hua Chou and Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2018, “Transcriptomic response in Acropora muricata under acute temperature stress follows preconditioned seasonal temperature fluctuations.”, BMC research notes, 11(1), 119. Link
  20. Katrina S. Luzon*, Mei-Fang Lin*, Ma. Carmen A. Ablan Lagman, Wilfredo Roehl Y. Licuanan and Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2017, “Resurrecting a subgenus to genus: molecular phylogeny of Euphyllia and Fimbriaphyllia (order Scleractinia; family Euphyllidae; clade V)”, PeerJ, 5, e4074. (SCI) (IF: 2.177; SCI ranking: 31.3%) Link
  21. Jia-Ho Shiu, Shashank Keshavmurthy, Pei-Wen Chiang, Hsing-Ju Chen, Shueh-Ping Lou, Ching-Hung Tseng, Hernyi Justin Hsieh, Chaolun Allen Chen & Sen-Lin Tang*, 2017, “Dynamics of coral-associated bacterial communities acclimated to temperature stress based on recent thermal history”, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 7(1), 14933. (SCI) (IF: 4.259; SCI ranking: 15.6%) Link
  22. Jih-Terng Wang​*, Shashank Keshavmurthy, Tzu-Ying Chu, Chaolun Allen Chen​*, 2017, “Diverse responses of Symbiodinium types to menthol and DCMU treatment”, PeerJ, 5, e3843. (SCI) (IF: 2.177; SCI ranking: 31.3%) Link
  23. Ching-Yu Liou, Sung-Yin Yang*, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2017, “Unprecedented calcareous algal reefs in northern Taiwan merit high conservation priority”, CORAL REEFS, 36(4), 1253. (SCI) (IF: 2.906; SCI ranking: 12.4%) Link
  24. Vianney Denis*, Lauriane Ribas-Deulofeu, Nicolas Sturaro, Chao-Yang Kuo & Chaolun Allen Chen, 2017, “A functional approach to the structural complexity of coral assemblages based on colony morphological features”, SCIENTIFIC REPORTS, 7(1), 9849. (SCI) (IF: 4.259; SCI ranking: 15.6%) Link
  25. Yang S-H, Tseng C-H, Huang C-R, Chen C-P, Tandon K, Lee STM, Chiang P-W, Shiu J-H, Chen CA and Tang S-L, 2017, “Long-Term Survey Is Necessary to Reveal Various Shifts of Microbial Composition in Corals”, Frontiers in Microbiology, 8, 1094. (SCI) (IF: 4.076; SCI ranking: 20.8%) Link
  26. James Davis Reimer, Maria Eduarda Alves Santos, Hiroki Kise, Mei Lin Neo, Chaolun Allen Chen, Keryea Soong, 2017, “Diversity of Zoantharia (Anthozoa: Hexacorallia) at Dongsha Atoll in the South China Sea”, Regional Studies in Marine Science, 12, 49-57. Link
  27. Yaoyang Chuang, Marcelo Kitahara, Hironobu Fukami, Dianne Tracey, David J. Miller*, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2017, “Loss and Gain of Group I Introns in the Mitochondrial Cox1 Gene of the Scleractinia (Cnidaria; Anthozoa)”, ZOOLOGICAL STUDIES, 56, 9. (SCI) (IF: 1.008; SCI ranking: 52.1%) Link
  28. Mei-Fang Lin, Aurelie Moya, Hua Ying, Chaolun Allen Chen, Ira Cooke, Eldon E. Ball, Sylvain Forêt, David J. Miller, 2017, “Analyses of Corallimorpharian Transcriptomes Provide New Perspectives on the Evolution of Calcification in the Scleractinia (Corals)”, Genome Biology and Evolution, 9(1),150-160. (SCI) (IF: 3.979; SCI ranking: 25.1%,29.2%) Link
  29. Shashank Keshavmurthy, Kuo-Hsun Tang, Chao-Yang Kuo, Keryea Soong, Chaolun Allen Chen*, 2017, “Symbiodinium spp. associated with scleractinian corals from Dongsha Atoll (Pratas), Taiwan in the South China Sea”, PeerJ, 5, e2871. (SCI) (IF: 2.177; SCI ranking: 31.3%) Link