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  • Hyndes, G., Lavery, P. and Doropoulos, C. (2012). Dual processes for cross-boundary subsidies: incorporation of nutrients from reef-derived kelp into a seagrass ecosystem.  Marine Ecology Progress Series 445: 97-107
  • Berry, O., Spiller, LC, Campbell, R., Hitchen, Y., Kennington, WJ., (2012) Population recovery of the New Zealand fur seal in southern Australia: a molecular DNA analysis.  Journal Of Mammalogy. 93:482-490
  • Thomsen, MS., de Bettignies, T., Wernberg, T., Holmer, M., Debeuf, B. (2012) Harmful algae are not harmful to everyone.  Harmful Algae 16:74-80
  • Tuya, F., Duarte, P., (2012) Role of food availability in the bathymetric distribution of the starfish Marthasterias glacialis (Lamk.) on reefs of northern Portugal. Scientia Marina 76:9-15
  • How, JR., de Lestang, S. (2012) Acoustic tracking: issues affecting design, analysis and interpretation of data from movement studies.  Marine And Freshwater Research. 63:312-324
  • Hoffle, H., Wernberg, T., Thomsen, MS., Holmer, M. (2012) Drift algae, an invasive snail and elevated temperature reduce ecological performance of a warm-temperate seagrass, through additive effects. Marine Ecology-Progress Series. 450:67-U85.
  • Mackey, AP., Atkinson, A., Hill, SL., Ward, P., Cunningham, NJ., Johnston, NM., Murphy, EJ. (2012)  Antarctic macrozooplankton of the southwest Atlantic sector and Bellingshausen Sea: Baseline historical distributions (Discovery Investigations, 1928-1935) related to temperature and food, with projections for subsequent ocean warming. DEEP-SEA RESEARCH PART II-TOPICAL STUDIES IN OCEANOGRAPHY. 59:130-146.
  • Kendrick, GA., Waycott, M., Carruthers, TJB., Cambridge, ML. Hovey, R., Krauss, SL., Lavery, PS., Les, DH., Lowe, RJ., Vidal, OMI., Ooi, JLS., Orth, RJ., Rivers, DO., Ruiz-Montoya, L., Sinclair, EA., Statton, J., van Dijk, JK., Verduin, JJ. (2012) The Central Role of Dispersal in the Maintenance and Persistence of Seagrass Populations. Bioscience 62:56-65.


  • Moore PJ, Thompson RC, Hawkins SJ (2011) Phenological changes in intertidal con-specific gastropods in response to climate warming. Glob Change Biol 17:709-719
  • Burrows MT, Schoeman DS, Buckley LB, Moore P, Poloczanska ES, Brander KM, Brown C, Bruno JF, Duarte CM, Halpern BS, Holding J, Kappel CV, Kiessling W, O’Connor MI, Pandolfi JM, Parmesan C, Schwing FB, Sydeman WJ, Richardson AJ (2011) The Pace of Shifting Climate in Marine and Terrestrial Ecosystems. Science 334:652-655
  • Brown, C. J., Schoeman, D. S., Sydeman, W. J., Brander, K., Buckley, L. B., Burrows, M., Duarte, C. M., Moore, P. J., Pandolfi, J. M., Poloczanska, E., Venables, W. and Richardson, A. J. (2011), Quantitative approaches in climate change ecology. Global Change Biology, 17: 3697–3713. 
  • Wernberg Thomas; Russell Bayden D., Moore Pippa J., Ling, S D., Smale, D A., Campbell, A., Coleman, MA., Steinberg, PD., Kendrick, GA., Connell, SD. (2011) Impacts of climate change tidal patterns in herbivory on a coral reef in a global hotspot for temperate marine biodiversity and ocean warming. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 400 (1-2): 7-16 
  • Tuya F, Vanderklift MA, Wernberg T, Thomsen MS (2011) Gradients in the Number of Species at Reef-Seagrass Ecotones Explained by Gradients in Abundance. PLoS One 6
  • Smale DA., Kendrick GA., Wernberg T. (2011) Subtidal macroalgal richness, diversity and turnover, at multiple spatial scales, along the southwestern Australian coastline 
    Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 91 (2): 224-231
  • Kendrick GA, Waycott M, Carruthers T, Cambridge M, Hovey, Krauss S, Lavery P, Les D, Lowe R, Mascaró O, Ooi Lean Sim, J, Orth, RJ, Rivers D, Ruiz-Montoya L, Sinclair EA, Statton J, van Dijk K, Verduin J (2011) The central role of dispersal in the maintenance and persistence of seagrass populations. BioScience (in press)
  • Hyndes GA, Lavery PS & Doropoulos C (2011) Dual processes for cross-boundary subsidies: incorporation of nutrients from reef-derived kelp into a seagrass ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series (in press)
  • MacArthur, L., Phillips,D., Hyndes,G., Hansen,C. and Vanderklift, M. (2011). Habitat surrounding patch reefs influences the diet, nutrition and trophic linkages of western rock lobsters, Panulirus cygnus. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 436: 191-204.
  • McMahon, KM, Lavery, PS, Mulligan, M. (2011) Recovery from the impact of light reduction on the seagrass Amphibolis griffithii, insights for dredging management. Marine Pollution Bulletin
  • Mellbrand, K., Lavery, P., Hyndes, G. and Hambäck, P. (2011). Linking land and sea: different pathways for marine subsidies. Ecosystems 14: 732-744
  • Srinoparatwatana, C. and Hyndes, G. (2011). Inconsistent benefits of a freshwater protected area for artisanal fisheries and biodiversity in a south-east Asian wetland. Marine and Freshwater Research 62: 462-470.
  • Vergés, A., Vanderklift, M.A., Doropoulos, C. and Hyndes, G.A. (2011). Spatial patterns in herbivory on a coral reef are influenced by structural complexity but not by algal traits. PLoS One 6: 1-12.
  • Fernandez, M. V., S. Heras, F. Maltagliati, A. Turco, and M. I. Roldan. (2011) Genetic structure in the blue and red shrimp Aristeus antennatus and the role played by hydrographical and oceanographical barriers”. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 421:163.


  • Bennett S., Verges A., and Bellwood D (2010). Branching coral as a macroalgal refuge in a marginal coral reef system. Coral Reefs. 29: 471-480.
  • Collier C., Prado P., and Lavery P (2010). Carbon and nitrogen translocation in response to shading of the seagrass Posidonia sinuosa. Aquatic Botany. 93: 47 – 54.
  • Eklof J., McMahon K., and Lavery P (2010).Effects of multiple disturbances in seagrass meadows: shading decreases resilience to grazing. Marine and Freshwater Research. 60: 1317-1327.
  • Gartner A., Lavery P., McMahon K., Brearley A., and Barwick, H (2010). Light reductions drive macroinvertebrate changes in Amphibolis griffithii seagrass habitat. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 401: 87-100.
  • Hanson C., Hyndes G., and Wang S (2010). Differentiation of benthic marine primary producers using stable isotopes and fatty acids: Implications to food web studies. Aquatic Botany. 93: 114-122.
  • Hawkins S., Sugden H., Mieszkowska N., Moore P., Poloczanska E., Leaper R., Herbert R., Genner M., Moschella P., Thompson R., Jenkins S., Southward A., and Burrows M (2010). Consequences of climate-driven biodiversity changes for ecosystem functioning of North European rocky shores. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 396: 245-259.
  • Lavery P., McMahon K., Mulligan M., and Tennyson A (2010). Interactive effects of timing, intensity and duration of experimental shading on Amphibolis griffithii. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 394: 21-33.
  • Moore P., Thompson R., and Hawkins S (in press). Phenological changes in the reproduction of intertidal conspecific gastropods in response to climate warming. Global Change Biology. 1365-2486.
  • Smale D., Kendrick G., and Wernberg T (2010). Assemblage turnover and taxonomic sufficiency of subtidal macroalgae at multiple spatial scales. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 384: 76–86.
  • Svensson C., Hyndes G., and Lavery P (2010). An efficient method of collecting large samples of live copepods free from detritus. Marine and Freshwater Research. 61: 621 – 624.
  • Thomsen M., Wernberg T., Altieri A., Tuya F., Gulbransen D., McGlathery K., Holmer M., and Silliman B (2010). Habitat cascades: the conceptual context and global relevance of facilitation cascades via habitat formation and modification. Integrative and Comparative Biology. 50: 158-175.
  • Thomsen M., Wernberg T., Tuya F., and Silliman B (2010). Ecological performance and possible origin of a ubiquitous but under-studied gastropod. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 87: 501-509.
  • Tuya F., Vanderklift M., and Hyndes G (2010). Proximity to rocky reefs alters the balance between positive and negative effects on seagrass fauna. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 405: 175-186.
  • Vanderklift M., and Wernberg T (2010).Stable isotopes reveal a consistent consumer–diet relationship across hundreds of kilometers. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 403: 53–61.
  • Vergés A., Alcoverro T., and Romero J (2010). Plant defences and the role of epibiosis in mediating within-plant feeding choices of seagrass consumers. Oecologia. 166: 381-390.
  • Wernberg T., Thomsen M., and Tuya F (2010). Decreasing resilience of kelp beds along a latitudinal temperature gradient: potential implications for a warmer future. Ecology Letters. 13: 685 – 694.
  • Wernberg T., andVanderklift M (2010). Contribution of temporal and spatial components to morphological variation in the kelp Ecklonia (laminariales). Journal of Phycology. 46: 153–161. 


  • Arthur KE, McMahon KM, Limpus CJ and Dennison WC (2009) Feeding Ecology of Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas) from Shoalwater Bay, Australia Marine Turtle Newsletter 123:6-12
  • Collier CJ, Lavery PS, Ralph PJ, Masini RJ, (2009) Shade-induced response and recovery of the seagrass Posidonia sinuosa Journal Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 370:89-103
  • Crawley KR, Hyndes GA, Vanderklift MA, Revill AT, Nicols PD (2009). Allochthonous brown algae are the primary food source for consumers in a temperate coastal environment. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 376:33‑44
  • Doropoulos C., Hyndes G.A., Lavery P.S., and Tuya, F(2009). Dietary preferences of two seagrass inhabiting gastropods: Allochthonous vs autochthonous resources. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 83, 1: 13-18.
  • Stæhr PA and Wernberg T (2009) Physiological responses of Ecklonia radiata (Laminariales) to a latitudinal gradient in ocean temperature. J Phycol 45:91-99
  • Tuya, F., Wernberg, T. and Thomsen, M.S. (2009) Colonization of gastropods on subtidal reefs depends on density in adjacent habitats not on disturbance regime, Journal of Molluscan Studies, 75: 27-33
  • Vanderklift MA, Lavery PS, Waddington KI (2009) Intensity of herbivory on kelp by fish and sea urchins differs between inshore and offshore reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 376:203-211
  • Vergés A, Alcoverro T, Ballesteros E (2009) The role of fish herbivory in structuring the vertical distribution of canopy algae (Cystoseira spp.) in the Mediterranean. Marine Ecology Progress Series 375: 1-11
  • Wernberg T (2009). Spatial variation in juvenile and adult Ecklonia radiata (Laminariales) sporophytes . Aquatic Botany 90:93-95
  • Eklof J.S., McMahon K., and Lavery P.S(2009). Effects of multiple disturbances in seagrass meadows: shading decreases resilience to grazing. Marine and Freshwater Research. 60: 1317-1327.
  • Firth L.B., Crowe T.P, Moore P., Thompson R.C. and Hawkins S.J (2009). Competition between key species on temperate rocky shores: a proposed method to identify potential effects of climate change. Global Change Biology. 15: 1413-1422.
  • Hanson C.E., McLaughlin M.J., Hyndes G.A., and Strzelecki J (2009). Selective uptake of prokaryotic picoplankton by a marine sponge (Callyspongia sp.) within an oligotrophic coastal system. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science. 84: 289-297.
  • Hawkins S.J., Sugden H.E., Mieszkowska N., Moore P.J., Poloczanska E.S., Leaper R., Herbert R., Genner M.J., Moschella P.S., Thompson R.C., Jenkins S.R., Southward A.J., and Burrows M.T (2009). Consequences of climate-driven biodiversity changes for ecosystem functioning. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 396: 245-259
  • Lavery P., McMahon K., Mulligan M., and Tennyson A (2009). Interactive effects of timing, intensity and duration of experimental shading on Amphibolis griffithii. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 394: 21-33.
  • McMahon K.M., Waycott M (2009). New record for Halophila decipiens Ostenfeld in Kenya based on morphological and molecular evidence. Aquatic Botany 91: 318-320.
  • Nyberg C.D., Thomsen M.S., and Wallentinus I (2009). Flora and fauna associated with the intriduced red algae Gracilaria vermiculophylla. European Journal of Phycology. 44: 395-403.
  • Ortega-Borges L., Tuya F., and Haroun R.J (2009). Does depth and sedimentation interact with sea urchins to affect algal assemblege patterns on eastern Atlantic reefs? Journal of Shellfish Research. 28: 947-955.
  • Ortega-Borges L., Tuya F., and Haroun R.J (2009). The sea urchin Diadema antillarum (Phillipi, 1845) influences the diversity and composition of the mobile mega-invertebrate community on the rocky bottoms of the Canary Archipelago. Revista de Biologia Marina Oceanographia. 44: 489-495.
  • Ramirez R., Tuya F., and Haroun R.J (2009). Spatial patterns in the population structure of the whelk Stramonita haemastoma (Linnaeus, 1766) (Gastropoda: Muricidae) in the Canarian Archipelago (eastern Atlantic). Scientia Marina. 73: 431-437.
  • Rennie S., Hanson C.E., McCauley R.D., Pattiaratchi C., Burton .C., Bannister J., Jenner J., and Jenner M.N (2009). Physical properties and processes in the Perth Canyon, Western Australia: Links to water column production and seasonal pygmy blue whale abundance. Journal of Marine Systems. 77:21-44.
  • Smale, D.A. and Wernberg, T (2009). Satellite-derived SST data as a proxy for water temperature in nearshore benthic ecology. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 387: 27–37.
  • Thomsen M.S., McGlathery K.J., Schwarzchild A., and Silliman B. R (2009). Distribution and ecological role of the non-native macroalga Gracilaria vermiculophylla in Virginia salt marshes. Biological Invasions. 11: 2303-2316.
  • Thomsen, M. S., Wernberg, T., Tuya, F., and Silliman, B.R (2009). Evidence for Impacts of Nonindigenous Macroalgae: A Meta-Analysis of Experimental Field Studies. Journal of Phycology. 45: 812–819.
  • Thomsen M.S., Wernberg T., Silliman B.R., and Josefson, A.B (2009). Broad-scale patterns of abundance of non-indigenous soft-bottom invertebrates in Denmark. Helgoland Marine Research. 63: 159-167.
  • Tuya F., and Haroun R.J (2009). Phytogeopgraphy of Lusitanian Macaronesia: biogeographic affinities in species richness and assemblage composition. European Journal of Phycology. 44: 405‑413.
  • Tuya F., Wernberg T., and Thomsen M.S (2009). Colonization of gastropods on subtidal reefs depends on density in adjacent habitats not on disturbance regime. Journal of Molluscan Studies. 75: 27-33.
  • Tuya F., Wernberg T., and Thomsen M.S (2009). Habitat structure affect abundances of labrid fishes across temperate reefs in south-western Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 86: 311-319.


  • Collier CJ, Lavery PS, Masini RJ, Ralph PJ (2008) Physiological characteristics of the seagrass Posidonia sinuosa along a depth-related gradient of light availability. Marine Ecology Progress Series 353:65-79.
  • Hawkins, S.J, Moore, P, Burrows, M, Poloczanska, E, Mieszkowska, N., Jenkins, S.R., Thompson, R.C., Genner, M.J. and Southward A.J. (2008) Complex interactions in a rapidly changing world: responses of rocky shore species to recent climate change. Climate Research 37: 123-133
  • Jenkins, S., Moore, P., Burrows, M., Garbary, D., Hawkins, S., Ingolffson, A., Sebens, K., Snelgrove, P., Wethey, D. and Woodin, S. (2008). Comparisons of the ecology of shores across the North Atlantic: Does difference in players matter for process? Ecology 89(11): S3-S23
  • MacArthur L.D., Hyndes G.A., Babcock R.C. and Vanderklift M.A. (2008). Nocturnally active western rock lobsters, Panulirus cygnus, forage close to shallow coastal reefs. Aquatic Biology 4: 201-210
  • MacArthur LD, Babcock, G. A. Hyndes GA (2008) Movements of the western rock lobster (Panulirus cygnus) within shallow coastal waters using acoustic telemetry. Marine and Freshwater Research 59: 603–613
  • Martínez-Crego, B., Vergés, A., Alcoverro, T., and Romero, J. (2008) Selection of multiple seagrass indicators for environmental biomonitoring. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 361: 93-109
  • Poloczanska, E.S., Johnson C., Wernberg, T. (2008). Approaches for Predicting Marine Climate Change. In Poloczanska, E. S., Hobday, A. J. and Richardson, A. J. (eds) ‘In Hot Water: preparing for climate change in Australia’s coastal and marine systems’, proceedings of conference held in Brisbane, 12-14th November 2007, CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.
  • Prado P, Collier CJ and Lavery PS (2008) Within-shoot and among-shoot 13C and 15N translocation in two Posidonia species from Western Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series MEPS 361: 69-82
  • Sanchez-Jerez P, Fernandez-Jover D, Bayle-Sempere J, Valle C, Dempster T, Tuya F, Juanes F (2008) Interactions between bluefish Pomatomus saltatrix (L.) and coastal sea-cage farms in the Mediterranean Sea. Aquaculture 282:61-67
  • Tuya, F., Wernberg, T. andThomsen, M.S. (2008) Testing the ‘abundant centre’ hypothesis on
  • endemic reef fishes in south-western Australia, MEPS 372:225-230
  • Tuya F, Wernberg T, Thomsen MS (2008) The spatial arrangement of reefs alters the ecological patterns offauna between interspersed algal habitats. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 78: 774-782
  • ·Thomsen M.S., Wernberg T., Stæhr P.A., Silliman B.R., Josefson A.B., Krause-Jensen D. and Risgaard-Petersen N. (2008) Annual changes in abundance of non-indigenous marine benthos on a very large spatial scale. Aquatic Invasions, 3, 133-140
  • Thomsen, M.S., Staehr, P.A., Wernberg, T., Krause-Jensen, D., Josefson, A.B. and Tendal, O.S. (2008). Introduced plants and animals Denmark (in Danish). Naturens Verden 6: 10-18.
  • Vanderklift, MA, Wernberg, T. (2008). Detached kelps from distant sources are a food subsidy for sea urchins. Oecologia 157:327-335
  • Vanderklift MA, Kirsch KD, Beck M (2008) Exploited species impacts on trophic linkages along reef-seagrass interfaces in the Florida Keys. Ecological Applications 18:1501-1515
  • Vergés, A., Pérez, M., Alcoverro, T., and Romero, J. (2008) Compensation and resistance to herbivory in seagrasses: induced responses to simulated fish consumption. Oecologia 155: 751-760
  • Vergés A, Paul NA, Steinberg, PD (2008) Sex and life-history stage alter herbivore responses to a chemically defended red alga. Ecology 89:1334-1343
  • Waddington, K, and MacArthur, L. (2008) Diet quality and muscle tissue location influence consumer-diet discrimination in captive-reared rock lobsters (Panulirus Cygnus). Marine Biology 154: 569-576
  • Wernberg, T. and Connell, S.D. (2008). Physical disturbance and subtidal habitat structure on open rocky coasts: effects of wave exposure, extent and intensity. 59: 237–248 Journal of Sea Research.
  • Wernberg T, White M, Vanderklift MA (2008) Population structure of turbinid gastropods on wave-exposed subtidal reefs: effects of density, body size and algae on grazing behaviour. MEPS 362: 169-179
  • Wernberg T. and Goldberg N. (2008) Short-term temporal dynamics of algal species in a subtidal kelp bed in relation to changes in environmental conditions and canopy biomass. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 76, 265-272


  • Cambridge ML, How JR, Lavery PS, Vanderklift MA (2007) Retrospective analysis of epiphyte assemblages in relation to seagrass loss in a eutrophic coastal embayment. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 346: 97-107
  • Collier CJ, Lavery PS, Masini RJ, Ralph PJ (2007) Morphological, growth and meadow characteristics of the seagrass Posidonia sinuosa along a depth-related gradient of light availability. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 337: 103-115
  • Crawley KR, Hyndes GA, Vanderklift MA (2007) Variation among diets in discrimination of δ¹³C and δ15N in the amphipod Allorchestes compressa. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 349: 370-377
  • Crawley KR, Hyndes GA (2007) The role of different types of detached macrophytes in the food and habitat choice of a surf-zone inhabiting amphipod. Marine Biology 151: 1433-1443
  • Hanson CE, Waite AM, Thompson PA, Pattiaratchi CB (2007) Phytoplankton community structure and nitrogen nutrition in Leeuwin Current and coastal waters off the Gascoyne region of Western Australia. Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography 54: 902-924
  • Hanson CE, Pesant S, Waite AM, Pattiaratchi CB (2007) Assessing the magnitude and significance of deep chlorophyll maxima of the coastal eastern Indian Ocean. Deep-Sea Research Part II Topical Studies in Oceanography 54: 902-924
  • Fromont J, Vanderklift MA, Kendrick GA (2007) Marine sponges of the Dampier Archipelago, Western Australia: patterns of species distributions, abundance and diversity. Biodiversity and Conservation. 15: 3731-3750
  • Ince R, Hyndes GA, Lavery PS, Vanderklift MA (2007) Marine macrophytes directly enhance abundance of sandy beach fauna through provision of food and habitat. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 74: 77-86
  • Lavery PS, Reid T, Hyndes GA, Van Elven BR (2007) Effects of leaf movement on epiphytic algal biomass of seagrass leaves. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 338: 97-106
  • Mackey P, Collier CJ, Lavery PS (2007) Effects of experimental reduction of light availability on the seagrass Amphibolis griffithifif. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 342: 117-126
  • MacArthur LD, Hyndes GA (2007) Varying foraging strategies of Labridae in seagrass habitats: Herbivory in temperate seagrass meadows? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 340: 247-258
  • McAuley RB, Simpfendorder CA, Hyndes GA, Lenanton RCJ (2007) Distribution and reproductive biology of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus (Nardo), in Western Australian waters. Marine and Freshwater Research 58: 116-126
  • Olavarria C, Baker CS, Garrigue C, Poole M, Hauser N, Caballero S, Florez-Gonzalez L, Brasseur M, Bannister J, Capella J, Clapham P, Dodemont R, Donoghue M, Jenner C, Jenner MN, Moro D, Oremus M, Paton D, Rosenbaum H, Russell K (2007) Population structure of South Pacific humpback whales and the origin of the eastern Polynesian breeding grounds. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 330: 257-268
  • Svensson CJ, Hyndes GA, Lavery PS (2007) Food web analysis in two permanently open temperate estuaries: Consequences of saltmarsh loss? Marine Environmental Research 64: 286-304
  • Thomsen MS, McGlathery KJ (2007) Stress tolerance of the invasive macroalgae Codium fragile and Gracilaria vermiculophylla in a soft-bottom turbid lagoon. Biological Invasions 9: 499-513
  • Thomsen MS, Wernberg T, Staehr P, Krause-Jenson D, Risgaard-Petersen N, Silliman BR (2007) Alien macroalgae in Denmark - a broad-scale national perspective. Marine Biology Research 3: 61-72 
  • Tuya F, Cisneros-Aguirre J, Ortega-Borges L, Haroun RJ (2007) Bathymetric segregation of sea urchins on reefs of the Canarian Archipelago: Role of flow-induced forces. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 73: 481-488
  • Vanderklift MA, How J, Wernberg T, MacArthur LD, Heck KL, Valentine JF (2007) Proximity to reef influences density of small predatory fishes, while type of seagrass influences intensity of their predation on crabs. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 340: 235-243
  • Valentine JF, Heck KL, Blackmon D, Goecker ME, Christian J, Kroutil RM, Kirsch KD, Peterson BJ, Beck M, Vanderklift MA (2007) Food web interactions along seagrass-coral reef boundaries: effects of piscivore reductions on cross-habitat energy exchange. Marine Ecology-Progress Series 333: 37-50
  • Waite AM, Thompson PA, Pesant S, Feng M, Beckley LE, Domingues CM, Gaughan D, Hanson CE, Hol CM, Koslow T, Meuleners M, Montoya JP, Moore T, Muhling BA, Paterson H, Rennie S, Strzelecki J, Twomey L (2007) The Leeuwin Current and its eddies: an introductory overview. Deep-Sea Research Part II-Topical Studies in Oceanography 54: 902-924


  • McAuley, RB, Simpfendorfer, CA, Hyndes, GA, Allison, RR, Chidlow, JA, Newman, SJ and Lenanton, RCJ. Validated age and growth of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus (Nardo, 1827) in the waters off Western Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 77:385-400
  • Vanderklift, MA, How, J, Wernberg, T, MacArthur, L, Heck Jr, KL, Valentine, JF. Intensity of predation on crabs differs between two seagrass habitats over a large scale. Marine Ecology Progress Series.
  • Crawley, KR, Hyndes, GA, Ayvazian, SG. The influence of different volumes and types of detached macrophytes on fish community structure in surf zones of sandy beaches. Marine Ecology Progress Series 307: 233-246.
  • Fowler-Walker, M, Wernberg, T, Connell, SD. Differences in kelp morphology between wave sheltered and exposed localities: morphologically plastic or fixed traits? Marine Biology 148: 755-767
  • Pearce, A., Faskel, F., Hyndes, G. Nearshore sea temperature variability off Rottnest Island (Western Australia) derived from satellite data. International Journal of Remote Sensing 27: 2503-2518
  • Pearce, AF, Lynch, MJ, Hanson, CE. The Hillarys Transect (1): Seasonal and cross-shelf variability of physical and chemical water properties off Perth, Western Australia, 1996-98. Continental Shelf Research 26(15): 1689-1729.
  • Smit AJ, Brearley A, Hyndes GA, Lavery PS, Walker DI. d15N and d13C analysis of a Posidonia sinuosa seagrass bed. Aquatic Botany 84: 277-282.
  • Thomsen, M, Wernberg, T, Stæhr, P, Pedersen, M. Spatio-temporal distribution patterns of the invasive macroalga Sargassum muticum within a Danish Sargassum-bed. Helgoland Marine Research 60: 50-58
  • Vanderklift, MA, Kendrick, GA, Smit, AJ. Differences in trophic position among sympatric sea urchin species. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 66: 291-297.
  • Vanderklift, MA, Kendrick, GA. Contrasting influence of sea urchins on attached and drift macroalgae. Marine Ecology Progress Series 299: 101-110.
  • Wernberg T, Vanderklift, MA, How, J, Lavery PS. Export of detached macroalgae to seagrass beds from adjacent reefs. Oecologia 147: 692-701
  • Wernberg, T. Scale of impact determines early post-disturbance assemblage structure in subtidal Fucus beds in the Baltic Sea (Bornholm, Denmark). European Journal of Phycology 41: 105-113


  • Hyndes, GA, Lavery, PS. Does transported seagrass provide an important trophic link in unvegetated, nearshore areas? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 63: 633-643.
  • Kendrick, AJ, Hyndes, GA. Variations in the dietary compositions of morphologically diverse syngnathid fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 72: 415-427.
  • Pedersen, M, Stæhr, P, Wernberg, T, Thomsen, M. Biomass dynamics of invasive Sargassum muticum and indigenous Halidrys siliquosa, in Limfjorden, Denmark – implications for invasion effects on ecosystem functioning. Aquatic Botany 83: 31-47.
  • Smit AJ, Brearley A, Hyndes GA, Lavery PS, Walker DI. Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis of an Amphibolis griffithii seagrass bed. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 65: 545-556.
  • Thomsen, MS, Wernberg, T. Mini review: what affects the forces required to break or dislodge macroalgae? European Journal of Phycology 40: 139-148.
  • Wernberg, T. Holdfast aggregation in relation to morphology, age, attachment and drag for the kelp Ecklonia radiata. Aquatic Botany 82: 168-180.
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