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1-Feb-2017Recent trends in marine phycotoxins from Australian coastal watersAjani, P; Harwood, DT; Murray, A
12-Jul-2013Global marine plankton functional type biomass distributions: CoccolithophoresO'Brien, CJ; Peloquin, JA; Vogt, M; Heinle, M; Gruber, N; Ajani, P; Andruleit, H; Arístegui, J; Beaufort, L; Estrada, M; Karentz, D; Kopczyńska, E; Lee, R; Poulton, AJ; Pritchard, T; Widdicombe, C
1-Aug-2013The diatom genus Pseudo-nitzschia (Bacillariophyceae) in New South Wales, Australia: Morphotaxonomy, molecular phylogeny, toxicity, and distributionAjani, P; Murray, S; Hallegraeff, G; Lundholm, N; Gillings, M; Brett, S; Armand, L
1-Jun-2013The risk of harmful algal blooms (HABs) in the oyster-growing estuaries of New South Wales, AustraliaAjani, P; Brett, S; Krogh, M; Scanes, P; Webster, G; Armand, L
1-Jan-2013First reports of Pseudo-nitzschia micropora and P. hasleana (Bacillariaceae) from the Southern Hemisphere: Morphological, molecular and toxicological characterizationAjani, P; Murray, S; Hallegraeff, G; Brett, S; Armand, L
1-Jan-2011Microalgal blooms in the coastal waters of New South Wales, AustraliaAjani, P; Ingleton, T; Pritchard, T; Armand, L
1-Jan-2014Identification and seasonal occurrence of potentially toxic Pseudo-nitzschia diatoms in oyster growing estuaries of New South Wales, AustraliaAjani, P; Murray, S; Hallegraeff, G; Brett, S; Webster, G; Armand, L
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
1-Dec-2019Field application and validity of a red-tide acoustic sensing system (RASS) for monitoring and alerting of harmful algal blooms (HABs) in Korean coastal watersKim, JH; Kim, H; Kang, D; Lim, YK; Ajani, P; Jung, SW; Baek, SH
1-Feb-2017Recent trends in marine phycotoxins from Australian coastal watersAjani, P; Harwood, DT; Murray, A
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