Browsing by Author "Ellis, Joanne I."

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  • 2016 Subtidal Ecological Survey of Tauranga Harbour and development of benthic health models

    Clark, Dana; Taiapa, Caine; Sinner, Jim; Taikato, Vanessa; Culliford, David; Battershill, Christopher N.; Ellis, Joanne I.; Hewitt, Judi E.; Gower, Fiona; Borges, Hugo; Patterson, Murray (Massey University, 2018)
    This report summarises the results of biological and physical data collected from a broad-scale subtidal survey of Tauranga Harbour conducted between March and May 2016. The survey was designed to understand more fully the ...
  • Communicating the value of marine conservation using an ecosystem service matrix approach

    Geange, Shane; Townsend, Michael; Clark, Dana; Ellis, Joanne I.; Lohrer, Andrew M. (Elsevier Science BV, 2019)
    Matrix approaches are useful for linking ecosystem services to habitats that underpin their delivery. Matrix applications in marine ecosystem services research have been primarily qualitative, focusing on 'habitat presence' ...
  • Differential thermal tolerance between algae and corals may trigger the proliferation of algae in coral reefs

    Anton, Andrea; Randle, Janna L.; Garcia, Francisca C.; Rossbach, Susann; Ellis, Joanne I.; Weinzierl, Michael; Duarte, Carlos M. (Wiley, 2020)
    Marine heatwaves can lead to rapid changes in entire communities, including in the case of shallow coral reefs the potential overgrowth of algae. Here we tested experimentally the differential thermal tolerance between ...
  • Ecological Survey of Tauranga Harbour

    Ellis, Joanne I.; Clark, Dana; Hewitt, Judi E.; Taiapa, Caine; Sinner, Jim; Patterson, Murray; Hardy, Derrylea; Park, Stephen; Gardner, Bruce; Morrison, Alice; Culliford, David; Battershill, Christopher N.; Hancock, Nicole; Hale, Lydia; Asher, Rod; Gower, Fiona; Brown, Erin; McCallion, Aaron (Cawthron Institute, 2017)
    This report summarises the results of biological and physical data collected from a broad scale intertidal survey of Tauranga Harbour conducted between December 2011 and February 2012. The survey was designed to understand ...
  • Estimating the numbers of aquatic birds affected by oil spills: pre-planning, response, and post-incident considerations

    Fraser, G.S.; Robertson, G.J.; Stenhouse, I.J.; Ellis, Joanne I. (Canadian Science Publishing, 2022)
    Oil spills most visibly affect waterbirds and often the number of birds affected, a key measure of environmental damage from an incident, is required for public communication, population management, and legal reasons. We ...

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