Veronica Radice

Veronica Radice

Biological Sciences
Old Dominion University  (United States of America)
&  US National Park Service, US National Park Foundation, University of Queensland, Australian Research Council Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies

Research interests

Coral reef ecology | Stable isotope ecology | Trophic ecology | Symbiosis | Microbial communities

Veronica Radice completed her PhD at the University of Queensland in Brisbane, Australia studying tropical coral reefs of the Indo-Pacific. Her research investigates coral acclimatization to local environmental conditions. She uses field-based experiments and biogeochemical techniques to study how corals acclimatize to shallow versus deep reef environments, with a focus on lower-light mesophotic coral ecosystems. Veronica’s recent work is focused on understanding the impacts of ocean warming on coral recovery following coral bleaching. Veronica is a US National Park Foundation fellow studying coral reefs in the National Park of American Samoa and based at Old Dominion University.


  Please note that only publications relevant to mesophotic reefs are indexed.

Upwelling as the major source of nitrogen for shallow and deep reef‐building corals across an oceanic atoll system | article
Radice V, Hoegh‐Guldberg O, Fry B, Fox MD, Dove SG (2019)
Functional Ecology

Research keywords
Research platform experience
  Surface-deployed sensors and samplers
  In-situ instrumentation
  SCUBA (open-circuit or unspecified)
Research summary (from publications)