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Papers from 2013

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Carbon cycling hysteresis in permeable carbonate sands over a diurnal cycle: implications for ocean acidification, Tyler Cyronak, Isaac R. Santos, Ashly McMahon, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Air blasting as the optimal approach for the extraction of antioxidants in coral tissue, Elisabeth S M Deschaseaux, Myrna A. Deseo, Kellie M. Shepherd, Graham B. Jones, and Peter Lynton Harrison

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Quantity and quality of organic matter (detritus) drives N2 effluxes (net denitrification) across seasons, benthic habitats, and estuaries, Bradley D. Eyre, Damien T. Maher, and Peter Squire

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Seasonal, daily and diel N2 effluxes in permeable carbonate sediments, Bradley D. Eyre, Isaac R. Santos, and Damien T. Maher

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Groundwater-surface water exchange in a mangrove tidal creek: evidence from natural geochemical tracers and implications for nutrient budgets, Justin Gleeson, Isaac R. Santos, Damien T. Maher, and Lindsay Golsby-Smith

Changes in reef fish assemblages in a Cape Byron marine sanctuary relative to fished areas, Brendan Kelaher

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Detrital diversity influences estuarine ecosystem performance, Brendan P. Kelaher, Melanie J. Bishop, Jamie Potts, Peter Scanes, and Greg Skilbeck

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Groundwater-derived dissolved inorganic and organic carbon exports from a mangrove tidal creek: the missing mangrove carbon sink?, Damien T. Maher, Isaac R. Santos, L Golsby-Smith, Justin Gleeson, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Novel use of cavity ring-down spectroscopy to investigate aquatic carbon cycling from microbial to ecosystem scales, Damien T. Maher, Isaac R. Santos, Jasper RFW Leuven, Joanne M. Oakes, Dirk V. Erler, Matheus Carvalho de Carvalho, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Hysteresis between coral reef calcification and the seawater aragonite saturation state, Ashly McMahon, Isaac R. Santos, Tyler Cyronak, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Tracking suspended particle transport via radium isotopes (226Ra and 228Ra) through the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River system, Richard N. Peterson, William C. Burnett, Stephen P. Opsahi, Isaac R. Santos, Sambuddha Misra, and Philip N. Froelich

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Rare earth element and radionuclide distribution in surface sediments along an estuarine system affected by fertilizer industry contamination, L M. Sanders, W Luiz-Silva, W Machado, Christian J. Sanders, H Marotta, A Enrich-Prast, A Bosco-Santos, A Boden, E V. Silva-Filho, Isaac R. Santos, and S R. Patchineelam

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The contribution of groundwater discharge to nutrient exports from a coastal catchment: post flood seepage increases estuarine N/P ratios, Isaac R. Santos, Jason de Weys, Douglas R. Tait, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Estimating submarine groundwater discharge in a South Pacific coral reef lagoon using different radioisotope and geophysical approaches, Douglas R. Tait, Isaac R. Santos, Dirk V. Erler, Kevin M. Befus, M B. Cardenas, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Enrichment of radon and carbon dioxide in the open atmosphere of an Australian coal seam gas field, Douglas R. Tait, Isaac R. Santos, Damien T. Maher, Tyler J. Cyronak, and Rachel J. Davis

Thermal and pH/pCO2 fluctuations in the intertidal habitat of Heliocidaris erythrogramma: effects on post-metamorphic juveniles, Kennedy Wolfe, Symon A. Dworjanyn, and Maria Byrne

Papers from 2012

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Scuba diving and marine conservation: collaboration at two Australian subtropical destinations, Zan Hammerton, Kay Dimmock, Christine Hahn, Steven J. Dalton, and Stephen DA Smith

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Elevated concentrations of dissolved Ba, Fe and Mn in a mangrove subterranean estuary: consequence of sea level rise?, Christian J. Sanders, Isaac R. Santos, Renato Barcellos, and Emmanoel V. Silva Filho

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The “salt wedge pump”: convection-driven pore-water exchange as a source of dissolved organic and inorganic carbon and nitrogen to an estuary, Isaac R. Santos, Perran LM Cook, Louissa Rogers, Jason de Weys, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Influence of porewater advection on denitrification in carbonate sands: evidence from repacked sediment column experiments, Isaac R. Santos, Bradley D. Eyre, and Ronnie N. Glud

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The driving forces of porewater and groundwater flow in permeable coastal sediments: a review, Isaac R. Santos, Bradley D. Eyre, and Markus Huettel

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Dissolved histamine: a potential habitat marker promoting settlement and metamorphosis in sea urchin larvae, Rebecca L. Swanson, Maria Byrne, Thomas AA Prowse, Symon Anthony Dworjanyn, Benjamin Mos, and Peter D. Steinberg

Papers from 2011

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Linking groundwater discharge to severe estuarine acidification during a flood in a modified wetland, Jason de Weys, Isaac R. Santos, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Plastic pollution at a sea turtle conservation area in NE Brazil: contrasting developed and undeveloped beaches, Juliana Assuncao Ivar Do Sul, Isaac R. Santos, Ana Claudia Friedrich, Alexandre Matthiensen, and Gilberto Fillmann

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Uranium and barium cycling in a salt wedge subterranean estuary: the influence of tidal pumping, Isaac R. Santos, William C. Burnett, Sambuddha Misra, I GNA Suryaputra, Jeffrey P. Chanton, Thorsten Dittmar, Richard Peterson, and Peter W. Swarzenski

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Groundwater or floodwater? Assessing the pathways of metal exports from a coastal acid sulfate soil catchment, Isaac R. Santos, Jason de Weys, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Radon tracing of groundwater discharge into an Australian estuary surrounded by coastal acid sulphate soils, Isaac R. Santos and Bradley D. Eyre

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Diel coral reef acidification driven by porewater advection in permeable carbonate sands, Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef, Isaac R. Santos, Ronnie N. Glud, Damien T. Maher, Dirk V. Erler, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Groundwater sources in a permeable coastal barrier: evidence from stable isotopes, Axel Schmidt, Isaac R. Santos, William C. Burnett, Felipe Niencheski, and Kay Knoeller

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Initial genotype matching of humpback whales from the 2010 Australia/New Zealand Antarctic Whale Expedition (Area V) to Australia and the South Pacific, D Steel, N Schmitt, M Anderson, D Burns, S Childerhouse, R Constantine, T Franklin, W Franklin, N Gales, C Garrigue, N Gibb, N Hauser, D Mattila, C Olavarria, D Paton, M Poole, J Robbins, J Ward, Peter Harrison, P Braverstock, M Double, and C S. Baker

Papers from 2010

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Microsatellite genotype matches of eastern Australian humpback whales to Area V feeding and breeding grounds, M Anderson, D Steel, W Franklin, T Franklin, D Paton, D Burns, Peter Harrison, P R. Bravestock, C Garrigue, C Olvarria, M Poole, N Hauser, R Constantine, D Thiele, P Clapham, M Donoghue, and C S. Baker

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Land-based Mulloway (Argyrosomus japonicus) farming: a diversification opportunity for Northern NSW prawn farmers, Jeffrey A. Guy, Erika Cross, Kenneth Cowden, and Andrew Carroll

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Breathing of a coral cay: tracing tidally driven seawater recirculation in permeable coral reef sediments, Isaac R. Santos, Dirk V. Erler, Douglas R. Tait, and Bradley D. Eyre

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Significant lateral inputs of fresh groundwater into a stratified tropical estuary: evidence from radon and radium isotopes, Isaac R. Santos, Richard N. Peterson, Bradley D. Eyre, and William C. Burnett

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The contribution of groundwater discharge to the overall water budget of two typical Boreal lakes in Alberta/Canada estimated from a radon mass balance, A Schmidt, J J. Gibson, Isaac R. Santos, M Schubert, K Tattrie, and H Weiss

Papers from 2009

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The economic impact of low cost imported Asian prawns on the NSW aquaculture industry, Jeffrey A. Guy

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Abundance estimate of Australian east coast humpback whales (Group E1) in 2005 using multi year photo-identification data and capture-recapture analysis, David Paton, Lyndon O. Brooks, Daniel Burns, E Kniest, Peter Harrison, and Peter Baverstock

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The scleractinian corals of Moreton Bay, eastern Australia: high latitude, marginal assemblages with increasing species richness, Carden C. Wallace, Ida Fellegara, Paul R. Muir, and Peter Lynton Harrison

Papers from 2008

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Status of the subtropical scleractinian coral communities in the turbid environment of Moreton Bay, southeast Queensland, Ida Fellegara and Peter Lynton Harrison

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Eastern Australia (E1 breeding grounds) may be a wintering destination for Area V Humpback Whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) migrating through New Zealand waters, Wally Franklin, Trish Franklin, Lyndon Brooks, Nadine Gibbs, Simon Childerhouse, Daniel Burns, David Paton, Claire Garrigue, Rochelle Constantine, Michael Poole, Nan Hauser, Michael Donoghue, Kirsty Russell, David K. Mattila, Jooke Robbins, Megan Anderson, Carlos Olavarria, Jennifer Jackson, Michael Noad, Peter Harrison, Peter Baverstock, Russell Leaper, Scott Baker, and Phil Clapman

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Coral spawn slicks at Lord Howe Island, the world’s most southerly coral reef, Peter Lynton Harrison

Papers from 2007

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Patterns of coral larval settlement on lagoon reefs in the Mombasa Marine National Park and Reserve, Kenya, Sangeeta Mangubhai, Peter Lynton Harrison, and David O. Obura

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Effects of elevated temperature on larval settlement and post-settlement survival in scleractinian corals, Acropora solitaryensis and Favites chinensis, Yoko Nozawa and Peter Lynton Harrison

Papers from 2006

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Sexual reproduction of Acropora reef corals at Moorea, French Polynesia, A Carroll, Peter Harrison, and M Adjeroud

Settlement competency periods and dispersal potential of scleractinian reef coral larvae, Peter Lynton Harrison

Seasonal patterns of coral reproduction on equatorial reefs in Mombasa, Kenya, Sangeeta Mangubhai and Peter Lynton Harrison

First abundance estimate of East Coast Australian humpback whales (Megaptera novaeangliae) utilising multi-point sampling and likelihood analysis, David A. Paton, Lyndon Brooks, Daniel Burns, Trish Franklin, Wally Franklin, Peter Lynton Harrison, and Peter R. Baverstock

Papers from 2002

Growth response of the reef coral Acropora longicyathus to elevated inorganic nutrients: do responses to nutrients vary among coral taxa?, Daniel J. Bucher and Peter Lynton Harrison

Effects of oil contaminants on survivorship of larvae of the scleractinian reef corals Acropora tenuis, Goniastrea aspera and Platygyra sinensis from the Great Barrier Reef, A Lane and Peter Lynton Harrison

Larval settlement patterns, dispersal potential, and the effect of temperature on settlement rates of larvae of the broadcast spawning reef coral, Platygyra daedalea, from the Great Barrier Reef, Y Nozawa and Peter Lynton Harrison

Papers from 1998

Hard corals, Peter Lynton Harrison

Papers from 1983

Recent developments in the study of sexual reproduction in tropical reef corals, Peter Lynton Harrison, R Babcock, G Bull, J Oliver, C Wallace, and B Willis