Richard B. Taylor
Richard B. Taylor
Senior Lecturer in Marine Ecology, Leigh Marine Laboratory, University of Auckland
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Global patterns in the impact of marine herbivores on benthic primary producers
AGB Poore, AH Campbell, RA Coleman, GJ Edgar, V Jormalainen, ...
Ecology letters 15 (8), 912-922, 2012
3282012
Mobile epifauna on subtidal brown sea-weeds in northeastern New Zealand
RB Taylor, RG Cole
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 115, 271-271, 1994
1771994
Density, biomass and productivity of animals in four subtidal rocky reef habitats: the importance of small mobile invertebrates
RB Taylor
Marine ecology progress series 172, 37-51, 1998
1651998
Effects of trampling by humans on animals inhabiting coralline algal turf in the rocky intertidal
PJ Brown, RB Taylor
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 235 (1), 45-53, 1999
1621999
Tissue-specific induction of herbivore resistance: seaweed response to amphipod grazing
RB Taylor, E Sotka, ME Hay
Oecologia 132 (1), 68-76, 2002
1362002
Short-term dynamics of a seaweed epifaunal assemblage
RB Taylor
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 227 (1), 67-82, 1998
771998
Scaling of ammonium uptake by seaweeds to surface area: volume ratio: geographical variation and the role of uptake by passive diffusion
RB Taylor, JTA Peek, TAV Rees
Marine Ecology Progress Series 169, 143-148, 1998
751998
Excretory products of mobile epifauna as a nitrogen source for seaweeds
R Taylor, TAV Rees
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (4), 600-606, 1998
751998
Tissue-specific induction of resistance to herbivores in a brown seaweed: the importance of direct grazing versus waterborne signals from grazed neighbors
EE Sotka, RB Taylor, ME Hay
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 277 (1), 1-12, 2002
662002
Intraspecific variation in palatability and defensive chemistry of brown seaweeds: effects on herbivore fitness
RB Taylor, N Lindquist, J Kubanek, ME Hay
Oecologia 136 (3), 412-423, 2003
652003
Host use by Australasian seaweed mesograzers in relation to feeding preferences of larger grazers
RB Taylor, PD Steinberg
Ecology 86 (11), 2955-2967, 2005
612005
Seasonal variation in assemblages of mobile epifauna inhabiting three subtidal brown seaweeds in northeastern New Zealand
RB Taylor
Hydrobiologia 361 (1-3), 25-35, 1997
601997
Herbivory in the gammarid amphipod Aora typica: relationships between consumption rates, performance and abundance across ten seaweed species
RB Taylor, PJ Brown
Marine Biology 149 (3), 455-463, 2006
562006
Relationships amongst length, weight and growth of north-eastern New Zealand reef fishes
RB Taylor, TJ Willis
Marine and Freshwater Research 49 (3), 255-260, 1998
461998
Density, biomass and productivity of small mobile invertebrates in a wide range of coastal habitats
A Cowles, JE Hewitt, RB Taylor
Marine Ecology Progress Series 384, 175-185, 2009
432009
Establishing baselines for recovery in a marine reserve (Poor Knights Islands, New Zealand) using local ecological knowledge
RB Taylor, MA Morrison, NT Shears
Biological Conservation 144 (12), 3038-3046, 2011
422011
Wave surge increases rates of growth and nutrient uptake in the green seaweed Ulva pertusa maintained at low bulk flow velocities
NG Barr, A Kloeppel, TAV Rees, C Scherer, RB Taylor, A Wenzel
Aquatic biology 3 (2), 179-186, 2008
422008
Habitat patches that cross marine reserve boundaries: consequences for the lobster Jasus edwardsii
DJ Freeman, AB MacDiarmid, RB Taylor
Marine Ecology Progress Series 388, 159-167, 2009
392009
Trophic cascade in a seaweed-epifauna-fish food chain
EM Newcombe, RB Taylor
Marine Ecology Progress Series 408, 161-167, 2010
342010
Harmful effects of sediment-induced turbidity on juvenile fish in estuaries
ML Lowe, MA Morrison, RB Taylor
Marine Ecology Progress Series 539, 241-254, 2015
272015
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