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John Keesing
John Keesing
Research Scientist, CSIRO
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World's largest macroalgal bloom caused by expansion of seaweed aquaculture in China
D Liu, JK Keesing, Q Xing, P Shi
Marine Pollution Bulletin 58, 888-895, 2009
6232009
Jellyfish blooms in China: dominant species, causes and consequences
Z Dong, D Liu, JK Keesing
Marine pollution bulletin 60 (7), 954-963, 2010
4512010
The world's largest macroalgal bloom in the Yellow Sea, China: formation and implications
D Liu, JK Keesing, P He, Z Wang, Y Shi, Y Wang
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 129, 2-10, 2013
4282013
Fertilization biology of the abalone Haliotis laevigata: laboratory and field studies
R Babcock, J Keesing
Can. J. Fish. Aquat. Sci 56, 1668-1678, 1999
2941999
Inter-and intra-annual patterns of Ulva prolifera green tides in the Yellow Sea during 2007–2009, their origin and relationship to the expansion of coastal seaweed aquaculture …
JK Keesing, D Liu, P Fearns, R Garcia
Marine pollution bulletin 62 (6), 1169-1182, 2011
2892011
Recurrence of the world’s largest green-tide in 2009 in Yellow Sea, China:< i> Porphyra yezoensis</i> aquaculture rafts confirmed as nursery for macroalgal blooms
D Liu, JK Keesing, Z Dong, Y Zhen, B Di, Y Shi, P Fearns, P Shi
Marine Pollution Bulletin 60 (9), 1423-1432, 2010
2822010
A review of sea cucumber aquaculture, ranching, and stock enhancement in China
Q Han, JK Keesing, D Liu
Reviews in Fisheries Science & Aquaculture 24 (4), 326-341, 2016
2142016
Predictable and unpredictable spawning events: in situ behavioural data from free-spawning coral reef invertebrates
R Babcock, C Mundy, J Keesing, J Oliver
Invertebrate Reproduction & Development 22 (1-3), 213-227, 1992
2031992
Review of harvests and status of world sea urchin fisheries points to opportunities for aquaculture.
JK Keesing, KC Hall
Journal of Shellfish Research 17 (5), 1597-1604, 1999
183*1999
Maximizing fish detection with eDNA metabarcoding
C Bessey, SN Jarman, O Berry, YS Olsen, M Bunce, T Simpson, M Power, ...
Environmental DNA 2 (4), 493-504, 2020
1182020
Field measurement of feeding and movement rates of the crown-of-thorns starfish Acanthaster planci (L.)
JK Keesing, JS Lucas
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 156 (1), 89-104, 1992
1091992
Passive eDNA collection enhances aquatic biodiversity analysis
C Bessey, S Neil Jarman, T Simpson, H Miller, T Stewart, ...
Communications biology 4 (1), 236, 2021
922021
Importance of postsettlement processes for the population dynamics of Acanthaster planci (L.)
JK Keesing, AR Halford
Marine and Freshwater Research 43 (3), 635-651, 1992
871992
Quantification of floating macroalgae blooms using the Scaled Algae Index (SAI)
RA Garcia, P Fearns, JK Keesing, D Liu
Journal of Geophysical Research, 2012
81*2012
Field measurement of survival rates of juvenile Acanthaster planci (L.): techniques and preliminary results
JK Keesing, AR Halford
Marine Ecology Progress Series 85, 107-114, 1992
801992
Test of a model of regulation of crown-of-thorns starfish by fish predators
R Ormond, R Bradbury, S Bainbridge, K Fabricius, J Keesing, L de Vantier, ...
Acanthaster and the Coral Reef: A Theoretical Perspective: Proceedings of a …, 1990
791990
Reproduction and feeding in the abalone Haliotis roei Gray
FE Wells, JK Keesing
Marine and Freshwater Research 40 (2), 187-197, 1989
751989
Feeding biology of the crown-of-thorns starfish, Acanthaster planci (Linnaeus)
JK Keesing
James Cook University, 1990
671990
Effects of dredging on critical ecological processes for marine invertebrates, seagrasses and macroalgae, and the potential for management with environmental windows using …
MW Fraser, J Short, G Kendrick, D McLean, J Keesing, M Byrne, MJ Caley, ...
Ecological Indicators 78, 229-242, 2017
652017
Retention and dispersal of shelf waters influenced by interactions of ocean boundary current and coastal geography
M Feng, D Slawinski, L Beckley, J Keesing
Marine and Freshwater Research 61, 1259-1267, 2010
642010
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