Browsing by Author Farrell, H

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11-Oct-2016Modelling bloom formation of the toxic dinoflagellates Dinophysis acuminata and Dinophysis caudata in a highly modified estuary, south eastern AustraliaAjani, PA; Larsson, M; Rubio, A; Bush, S; Brett, S; Farrell, H
Aug-2016Is ciguatera moving south in Australia?Murray, SA; Farrell, H; Harwood, T; Zammit, A
31-Mar-2016Clinical diagnosis and chemical confirmation of ciguatera fish poisoning in New South Wales, Australia.Farrell, H; Zammit, A; Manning, J; Shadbolt, C; Szabo, L; Harwood, DT; McNabb, P; Turahui, JA; van den Berg, DJ
Sep-2015Warm temperature acclimation impacts metabolism of paralytic shellfish toxins from Alexandrium minutum in commercial oysters.Farrell, H; Seebacher, F; O'Connor, W; Zammit, A; Harwood, DT; Murray, S
1-Mar-2014Phased cell division, specific division rates and other biological observations of Dinophysis populations in sub-surface layers off the south coast of IrelandFarrell, H; Velo-Suarez, L; Reguera, B; Raine, R
1-Mar-2014Vertical and horizontal controls of a haptophyte thin layer in the Bay of Biscay, FranceFarrell, H; Gentien, P; Fernand, L; Lazure, P; Lunven, M; Youenou, A; Reguera, B; Raine, R
1-Jan-2014Alexandrium species in New South Wales (NSW) coastal waters: historical distributions and identification of high-risk zonesFarrell, H; Ajani, P; Brett, S; Zammit, A; Murray, S
Jan-2013Distribution of the genus Alexandrium (Halim) and paralytic shellfish toxins along the coastline of New South Wales, AustraliaFarrell, H; Brett, S; Ajani, P; Murray, SA
1-Mar-2012Scales characterising a high density thin layer of Dinophysis acuta Ehrenberg and its transport within a coastal jetFarrell, H; Gentien, P; Fernand, L; Lunven, M; Reguera, B; González-Gil, S; Raine, R
2012Scales characterising a high density thin layer of Dinophysis acuta Ehrenberg and its transport within a coastal jetFarrell, H; Gentien, P; Fernand, L; Lunven, M; Reguera, B; Gonzalez-Gil, S; Raine, R
Jan-2010Dynamics of co-occurring Alexandrium minutum (Global Clade) and A. tamarense (West European) (Dinophyceae) during a summer bloom in Cork Harbour, Ireland (2006)Touzet, N; Farrell, H; Rathaille, A; Rodriguez, P; Alfonso, A; Botana, L; Raine, R
30-Nov-2009Paradigm shift from student to researcher: An academic preparation program for international studentsGoldsmith, RJ; Jones, G; Farrell, H
2009A paradigm shift from student to researcher: An academic preparation program for international studentsJones, G; Farrell, H; Goldsmith, R