- Ecotoxicology: Effects of pollutants and climate on marine biota
- Coral reproduction biology
- Pollution chemistry: Bioaccumulation and degradation
- Chemistry of aquatic toxins
1993: PhD (Chemistry) RMIT University, Australia
Flores F, Hoogenboom M, Smith LD, Cooper TF, Abrego D, Negri AP (2012) Chronic exposure of corals to fine sediments: lethal and sub-lethal impacts. PLoS ONE 7: e37795.
Heyward AJ, Negri AP (2012) Turbulence, cleavage and the naked embryo: a case for coral clones. Science 335 (6072): 1064.
Magnusson M, Heimann K, Ridd MJ, Negri AP (2012) Chronic herbicide exposures affect the sensitivity and community structure of tropical benthic microalgae. Marine Pollution Bulletin 65: 363-372.
van Dam J, Negri AP, Mueller JF, Altenburger R, Uthicke S (2012) Additive pressures of elevated sea surface temperatures and herbicides on symbiont-bearing foraminifera. PLoS ONE 7: e33900.
Grasso LC, Negri AP, Foret S, Saint R, Hayward DC, Ball EE (2011) The biology of coral metamorphosis: Molecular responses of larvae to inducers of settlement and metamorphosis. Developmental Biology 353: 411-419.
Negri AP, Harford A, Parry D, Van Dam RA (2011) Effects of alumina refinery wastewater and signature metal constituents at the upper thermal tolerance of: 2. The early life stages of the coral Acropora tenuis. Marine Pollution Bulletin 62: 474-482.
Negri AP, Flores F, Rothig T, Uthicke S (2011) Herbicides increase the vulnerability of corals to rising sea surface temperature. Limnology and Oceanography 56: 471-485.
Negri AP, Hoogenboom M (2011) Water contamination reduces the tolerance of coral larvae to thermal stress. PLoS ONE 6: e19703.
Webster NS, Soo R, Cobb RE, Negri AP (2011) Elevated seawater temperature causes a microbial shift on crustose coralline algae with implications for the recruitment of coral larvae. The ISME Journal 5: 759-770.
Heyward AJ, Negri AP (2010) Plasticity of larval pre-competency in response to temperature: observations on multiple broadcast spawning coral species. Coral Reefs 29: 631-636.
Cantin N, van Oppen MJH, Willis BL, Mieog JC, Negri AP (2009) Juvenile corals can acquire more carbon from high-performance algal symbionts. Coral Reefs 28: 405-414.
Negri AP, Marshall PA (2009) TBT contamination of remote marine environments: Ship groundings and ice-breakers as sources of organotins in the Great Barrier Reef and Antarctica. Journal of Environmental Management 90, Supplement 1: S31-S40.