Jamodiong EA, Maboloc EA, JC Leriorato, MCS Tañedo, LA Diaz, TC Tabalanza, PC Cabaitan, RD Villanueva. 2017. Coral spawning and spawn-slick
observation in the Philippines. Marine Biodiversity. doi:10.1007/s12526-017-0680-9
Maboloc EA, Jamodiong EA, Villanueva RD. 2016. Reproductive biology and larval development of the scleractinian corals Favites colemani
and F. abdita (Faviidae) in northwestern Philippines. Invertebrate Reproduction and Development. 60:1-11
Maboloc, EA, Puzon, JJM, Villanueva RD. 2015. Stress responses of zooxanthellae in juvenile Tridacna gigas (Bivalvia, Cardiidae) exposed to reduced
salinity. Hydrobiologia, 162:103-112.
Maboloc, EA, Mingoa-Licuanan, SS, Villanueva RD. 2014. Effects of reduced salinity on the heterotrophic feeding of the juvenile giant clam Tridacna
gigas. Journal of Shellfish Research. 33:373-379.
Maboloc, EA, Mingoa-Licuanan, SS. 2013. Spawning in Trochus maculatus: field observations from Bolinao, Pangasinan (Philippines). Coral Reefs,
Maboloc, EA, Mingoa-Licuanan, SS. 2011. Feeding aggregation of Spratelloides delicatulus on giant clam’s gametes. Coral Reefs, 30:167.
I am a PhD student in Marine Environmental Science. Generally interested in marine invertebrate ecophysiology, developmental and reproductive biology, aquaculture and conservation.
Currently investigating the potential adaptive capacity of Crepidula onyx by transgenerational exposure to ocean acidification (OA) under the supervision of Dr. Karen Chan.
I graduated my MS in Marine Science from the Marine Science Institute, University of the Philippines. I previously worked on the aquaculture and mass production of giant clams for restocking, giant clam bleaching and the effects of hyposalinity in juvenile Tridacna gigas. I also worked on the reproductive biology of brooding and broadcast spawning corals across the Philippine archipelago and involved in coral restoration efforts.
LIFS, Hong Kong University of Science and Technology, Clear Water Bay, Kowloon, Hong Kong
Division of Life Science
Hong Kong University of Science and Technology
Photos by Dr. Karen Chan. Last updated on March 9, 2018