Browsing by Author "Ross, Philip M."

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  • Aqueous copper bioavailability linked to shipwreck-contaminated reef sediments

    Hartland, Adam; Zitoun, Rebecca; Middag, Rob; Sander, Sylvia; Laferriere, Alix; Saeed, Huma; De Luca, Sharon; Ross, Philip M. (Nature Publishing Group, 2019)
    Pollution from the grounding or sinking of ships can have long lasting effects on the recovery and dynamics of coastal ecosystems. Research on the impact of copper (Cu) pollution from the 2011 MV Rena shipwreck at the ...
  • Bonamia Response 2015: Report from the Technical Advisory Group on Resilience Breeding in Flat Oysters

    Ross, Philip M.; Boudry, Pierre; Culloty, Sarah; Michael, Keith; Wilkie, Emma; Lane, Henry (Ministry for Primary Industries, 2017)
    Bonamia ostreae is an unwanted and notifiable organism that was first detected in New Zealand in flat oysters (Ostrea chilensis) collected in 2014 from the Marlborough Sounds. It is not known how B. ostreae entered New ...
  • The genetic structure of New Zealand's coastal benthos: using the estuarine clam Austrovenus stutchburyi, to determine rates of gene flow and population connectivity

    Ross, Philip M. (University of Waikato, 2011)
    For many benthic marine taxa, dispersal over large distances is dependent on a pelagic larval phase. It is through the dispersal process that benthic taxa can found new populations, colonise disturbed or degraded habitats ...
  • Historical translocations by Maori may explain the distribution and genetic structure of a threatened surf clam in Aotearoa (New Zealand)

    Ross, Philip M.; Knox, Matthew Andrew; Smith, Shade; Smith, Huhana; Williams, James; Hogg, Ian D. (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
    The population genetic structure of toheroa (Paphies ventricosa), an Aotearoa (New Zealand) endemic surf clam, was assessed to determine levels of inter-population connectivity and test hypotheses regarding life history, ...
  • Long-term, high frequency in situ measurements of intertidal mussel bed temperatures using biomimetic sensors

    Helmuth, Brian; Choi, Francis; Matzelle, Allison; Torossian, Jessica L.; Morello, Scott L.; Mislan, K.A.S.; Yamane, Lauren; Strickland, Denise; Szathmary, P. Lauren; Gilman, Sarah E.; Tockstein, Alyson; Hilbish, Thomas J.; Burrows, Michael T.; Power, Anne Marie; Gosling, Elizabeth; Mieszkowska, Nova; Harley, Christopher D.G.; Nishizaki, Michael; Carrington, Emily; Menge, Bruce; Petes, Laura; Foley, Melissa M.; Johnson, Angela; Poole, Megan; Noble, Mae M.; Richmond, Erin L.; Robart, Matt; Robinson, Jonathan; Sapp, Jerod; Sones, Jackie; Broitman, Bernardo R.; Denny, Mark W.; Mach, Katharine J.; Miller, Luke P.; O’Driscoll, Michael P.; Ross, Philip M.; Hofmann, Gretchen E.; Zippay, Mackenzie; Blanchette, Carol; Macfarlan, J.A.; Carpizo-Ituarte, Eugenio; Ruttenberg, Benjamin; Peña Mejía, Carlos E.; McQuaid, Christopher D.; Lathlean, Justin; Monaco, Cristián J.; Nicastro, Katy R.; Zardi, Gerardo (Springer Nature, 2016)
    At a proximal level, the physiological impacts of global climate change on ectothermic organisms are manifest as changes in body temperatures. Especially for plants and animals exposed to direct solar radiation, body ...

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