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Fraser MW, Martin BC, Wong HL, Burns BP, Kendrick GA (2023) Sulfide intrusion in a habitat forming seagrass can be predicted from relative abundance of sulfur cycling genes in sedimentsScience of The Total Environment 864: 161144

Alsuwaiyan NA, Filbee-Dexter K, Vranken S, Burkholz C, Cambridge ML, Coleman MA, Wernberg T. (2022) Green gravel as a vector of dispersal for kelp restoration. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 910417

Bayer PE, Fraser MW, Martin, BC, Petereit J, Severn-Ellis AA, Sinclair EA, Batley J, Kendrick GA, Edwards D (preprint) Not all pathways are the same – unique adaptations to submerged environments emerge from comparative seagrass genomics. Available here 

Booth MW, Breed MF, Kendrick GA, Bayer PE, Severn-Ellis AA, Sinclair EA (2022) Tissue-specific transcriptome profiles identify functional differences key to understanding whole seagrass responses to life in variable salinity. Biology Open 11: bio059147

Edgeloe JM, Severn-Ellis AA, Bayer PE, Mehravi S, Breed MF, Krauss SL, Batley J, Kendrick GA, Sinclair EA (2022) Extensive polyploid clonality was a successful strategy for seagrass to expand into a newly submerged environment. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 289 (1976): 20220538

Gu R, Statton J, Rahmawati S, Hovey RK, Zhou Y, Tang J, Yu S, Kendrick GA (2022) Seed bank dynamics and quality in the seagrass Halophila ovalis along estuarine salinity gradients - a case in the Swan-Canning Estuary. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 1025615

Jung EMU, Cosgrove JJ, Martin BC, Bollen M, Kendrick GA, Fraser MW (2022) Seasonal links between metabolites and traditional seagrass metrics in the seagrass Halophila ovalis in an estuarine system. Ecological Indicators 143(3): 109315

Kendrick GA, Orth RJ, Sinclair EA, Statton J (2022) Effect of climate change on regeneration of seagrasses from seed. In: Baskan CC and Baskan JM (eds) Plant regeneration from seeds: a global warming perspective. Chapter 20, pp 275-283  

Lester E, Cannon T, Lawrence S, Wilton J, Araujo G (2022) Whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) feed on baitfish with other predators at Ningaloo Reef. Pacific Conservation Biology doi:10.1071/PC21033


Lester E, Langlois TJ, Lindgren I,Birt M, Bond T, McLean D, Vaughan B, Holmes TH, Meekan MG (2022) Drivers of variation in occurrence, abundance, and behaviour of sharks on coral reefs. Scientific Reports 12: 728


Macreadie PI, Robertson AI, Spinks B, Adams MP, Atchison JM, Bell-James J, Bryan BA, Chu L, Filbee-Dexter K, Drake L, Duarte CM, Friess DA, Gonzalez F, Grafton RQ, Helmstedt KJ, Kaebernick M, Kelleway J, Kendrick GA, Kennedy H, Lovelock CE, Megonigal JP, Maher DT, Pidgeon E, Rogers AA, Sturgiss R, Trevathan-Tackett SM, Wartman M, Wilson KA, Rogers K (2022) Operationalizing marketable blue carbon. One Earth 5(5): 485-492

Martin BC, Middleton JA, Skrzypek G, Kendrick GA, Cosgrove J, Fraser MW (2022) Composition of seagrass root associated bacterial communities are linked to nutrients and heavy metal concentrations in an anthropogenically influenced estuary. Frontiers in Marine Science 8: 768864 

McLaughlin MJ, Bessey C, Kendrick GA, Keesing J, Olsen YS (preprint) Production and accumulation of reef framework by calcifying corals and macroalgae on a remote Indian Ocean Cay. Available here

McMahon K, Kilminster K, Canto R, Roelfsema C, Lyons M, Kendrick GA, Waycott M, Uddy J (2022) The risk of multiple anthropogenic and climate change threats must be considered for continental scale conservation and management of seagrass habitat. Frontiers in Marine Science 9: 837259


Mulders Y, Mattio L, Phillips JC, Lavery PS, Kendrick GA, Wernberg T (2022) Patch dynamics driven by wave exposure in subtidal temperate seaweeds is exacerbated by warming oceans. Marine Ecology Progress Series 685: 85-95

Pfeifer L, van Erven G, Sinclair EA, Duarte CM, Kabel MA, Classen B (2022) Profiling the cell walls of seagrasses from A (Amphibolis) to Z (Zostera). BMC Plant Biology 22: 63 

Santos VS, de Moura RL, Magdalena UR, Hovey RK, Bahia RG, Amado-Filho GM, de Siqueira MF, Kendrick GA (2022) Spatial modeling reveals a lack of conservation and growing vulnerability of the world's largest extension of rhodolith beds. SSRN electronic journal 4133243

Zarco-Perello S, Fairclough D, Dowling C, DiBattista J, Austin R, Wernberg T, Taylor B (2022) Maximization of fitness by phenological and phenotypic plasticity in range expanding rabbitfishes (Siganidae). Journal of Animal Ecology 91: 1666-1678

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