Britta Schaffelke
Britta Schaffelke
Australian Institute of Marine Science, Research Program Leader - A Healthy and Sustainable Great
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Terrestrial pollutant runoff to the Great Barrier Reef: an update of issues, priorities and management responses
JE Brodie, FJ Kroon, B Schaffelke, EC Wolanski, SE Lewis, MJ Devlin, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 65 (4-9), 81-100, 2012
3542012
A boom–bust phylum? Ecological and evolutionary consequences of density variations in echinoderms
S Uthicke, B Schaffelke, M Byrne
Ecological Monographs 79 (1), 3-24, 2009
3272009
Herbicides: a new threat to the Great Barrier Reef
SE Lewis, JE Brodie, ZT Bainbridge, KW Rohde, AM Davis, BL Masters, ...
Environmental Pollution 157 (8-9), 2470-2484, 2009
3072009
Coral–macroalgal phase shifts or reef resilience: links with diversity and functional roles of herbivorous fishes on the Great Barrier Reef
AJ Cheal, MA MacNeil, E Cripps, MJ Emslie, M Jonker, B Schaffelke, ...
Coral reefs 29 (4), 1005-1015, 2010
2552010
Introduced macroalgae–a growing concern
B Schaffelke, JE Smith, CL Hewitt
Journal of applied phycology 18 (3-5), 529-541, 2006
2482006
Effects of feeding on the environment: Echinoidea
JM Lawrence, PW Sammarco
Echinoderm nutrition. AA Balkema, Rotterdam, 499-519, 1982
217*1982
Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, J Alexander, F Allendorf, J Aronson, PM Antunes, S Bacher, ...
Nature 475 (7354), 1, 2011
2052011
Water quality in the Great Barrier Reef region: responses of mangrove, seagrass and macroalgal communities
B Schaffelke, J Mellors, NC Duke
Marine pollution bulletin 51 (1-4), 279-296, 2005
1932005
Impacts of introduced seaweeds
B Schaffelke, CL Hewitt
Botanica marina 50 (5-6), 397-417, 2007
1822007
Shifting paradigms in restoration of the world's coral reefs
MJH Van Oppen, RD Gates, LL Blackall, N Cantin, LJ Chakravarti, ...
Global Change Biology 23 (9), 3437-3448, 2017
1732017
Seasonal rainfall and runoff promote coral disease on an inshore reef
J Haapkylä, RKF Unsworth, M Flavell, DG Bourne, B Schaffelke, BL Willis
PloS one 6 (2), e16893, 2011
1712011
Sediment and turbidity associated with offshore dredging increase coral disease prevalence on nearby reefs
FJ Pollock, JB Lamb, SN Field, SF Heron, B Schaffelke, G Shedrawi, ...
PLOS one 9 (7), e102498, 2014
1542014
Spatial extent of riverine flood plumes and exposure of marine ecosystems in the Tully coastal region, Great Barrier Reef
M Devlin, B Schaffelke
Marine and Freshwater Research 60 (11), 1109-1122, 2009
1372009
Water quality in the inshore Great Barrier Reef lagoon: Implications for long-term monitoring and management
B Schaffelke, J Carleton, M Skuza, I Zagorskis, MJ Furnas
Marine Pollution Bulletin 65 (4-9), 249-260, 2012
1352012
Intra-annual variation in turbidity in response to terrestrial runoff on near-shore coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef
KE Fabricius, G De’ath, C Humphrey, I Zagorskis, B Schaffelke
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 116, 57-65, 2013
1232013
Efficacy of physical removal of a marine pest: the introduced kelp Undaria pinnatifida in a Tasmanian Marine Reserve
CL Hewitt, ML Campbell, F McEnnulty, KM Moore, NB Murfet, ...
Biological Invasions 7 (2), 251-263, 2005
1082005
A bioindicator system for water quality on inshore coral reefs of the Great Barrier Reef
KE Fabricius, TF Cooper, C Humphrey, S Uthicke, G De’ath, J Davidson, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 65 (4-9), 320-332, 2012
1052012
Towards protecting the Great Barrier Reef from land‐based pollution
FJ Kroon, P Thorburn, B Schaffelke, S Whitten
Global change biology 22 (6), 1985-2002, 2016
1042016
Nutrient-limited growth of the coral reef macroalga Sargassum baccularia and experimental growth enhancement by nutrient addition in continuous flow culture
B Schaffelke, DW Klumpp
Marine Ecology Progress Series 164, 199-211, 1998
1021998
Introductions of seaweeds: accidental transfer pathways and mechanisms
CL Hewitt, ML Campbell, B Schaffelke
Botanica marina 50 (5-6), 326-337, 2007
972007
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