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2016Can mud (silt and clay) concentration be used to predict soil organic carbon content within seagrass ecosystems?Serrano, O; Lavery, PS; Duarte, CM; Kendrick, GA; Calafat, A; York, PH; Steven, A; Macreadie, PI
Jan-2006Fish assemblages in habitats dominated by Caulerpa taxifolia and native seagrasses in south-eastern AustraliaYork, PH; Booth, DJ; Glasby, T; Pease, BC
2017Identifying knowledge gaps in seagrass research and management: An Australian perspective.York, PH; Smith, TM; Coles, RG; McKenna, SA; Connolly, RM; Irving, AD; Jackson, EL; McMahon, K; Runcie, JW; Sherman, CD; Sullivan, BK; Trevathan-Tackett, SM; Brodersen, KE; Carter, AB; Ewers, CJ; Lavery, PS; Roelfsema, CM; Sinclair, EA; Strydom, S; Tanner, JE; van Dijk, KJ; Warry, FY; Waycott, M; Whitehead, S
Jan-2013Microsatellite primer development for the seagrass Zostera nigricaulis (Zosteraceae)Smith, TM; York, PH; Stanley, AM; Macreadie, PI; Keough, M; Ross, J; Sherman, C
1-Jan-2014No detectable impact of small-scale disturbances on ‘blue carbon’ within seagrass bedsMacreadie, PI; York, PH; Sherman, CDH; Keough, MJ; Ross, DJ; Ricart, AM; Smith, TM
Jan-2013Physiological and morphological responses of the temperate seagrass Zostera muelleri to multiple stressors: investigating the interactive effects of light and temperature.York, PH; Gruber, RK; Hill, R; Ralph, PJ; Booth, DJ; Macreadie, PI
Jan-2013Positive responses of a seagrass ecosystem to experimental nutrient enrichmentKelaher, BP; Van Den Broek, J; York, PH; Bishop, M; Booth, DJ
Jan-2006Ratio-dependent response of a temperate Australian estuarine system to sustained nitrogen loadingBishop, M; Kelaher, BP; Smith, M; York, PH; Booth, DJ
Jan-2014Resilience of Zostera muelleri seagrass to small-scale disturbances: the relative importance of asexual versus sexual recoveryMacreadie, PI; York, PH; Sherman, CD
19-Oct-2015Response to "Comment on 'Seagrass Viviparous Propagules as a Potential Long-Distance Dispersal Mechanism' by A. C. G. Thomson et al"Thomson, ACG; York, PH; Smith, TM; Sherman, CDH; Booth, DJ; Keough, MJ; Ross, DJ; Macreadie, PI
2015Seagrass Viviparous Propagules as a Potential Long-Distance Dispersal MechanismThomson, AC; York, PH; Smith, TM; Sherman, CD; Booth, DJ; Keough, MJ; Ross, DJ; Macreadie, PI
Jan-2007Spatial variation in molluscan assemblages from coralline turfs of Argentinean PatagoniaKelaher, BP; Castilla, JC; Prado, L; York, PH; Schwindt, E; Bortolus, A
Jan-2007Trophic cul-de-sac, Pyrazus ebeninus, limits trophic transfer through an estuarine detritus-based food webBishop, M; Kelaher, BP; Alquezar, R; York, PH; Ralph, PJ; Skilbeck, G
2010Trophic dynamics in Australian seagrass beds : unravelling linkages from nutrients to fishYork, PH
Jan-2012Trophic Responses To Nutrient Enrichment In A Temperate Seagrass Food ChainYork, PH; Kelaher, BP; Booth, DJ; Bishop, M