Browsing by Author "Sandwell, Dean R."

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  • Deposition gradients across mangrove fringes

    Horstman, Erik M.; Mullarney, Julia C.; Bryan, Karin R.; Sandwell, Dean R. (2017)
    Observations in a mangrove in the Whangapoua Harbour, New Zealand, have shown that deposition rates are greatest in the fringing zone between the tidal flats and the mangrove forest, where the vegetation is dominated by a ...
  • Mercury Bay Coastal Processes Study: Data Report for 2014 & 2015.

    Walker, Justin H.; Immenga, Dirk; Sandwell, Dean R.; Bryan, Karin R. (Environmental Research Institute, The University of Waikato, 2015)
    Two month-long hydrographic and sedimentation field campaigns were conducted from July 15th, 2014 to August 13th, 2014 and from April 9th, 2015 to May 8th, 2015 within the Mercury Bay-Whitianga Inlet-northern Whitianga ...
  • Quantifying macrodetritus fluxes from a small temperate estuary

    Gladstone-Gallagher, Rebecca Vivian; Sandwell, Dean R.; Lohrer, Andrew M.; Lundquist, Carolyn J.; Pilditch, Conrad A. (CSIRO Publishing, 2017)
    Empirical measurements of estuary-to-coast material fluxes usually exclude the fraction of primary production that is exported as macrodetritus (marine plant litter), potentially leaving a gap in our understanding of the ...
  • A question of scale: How turbulence around aerial roots shapes the seabed morphology in mangrove forests of the Mekong Delta

    Mullarney, Julia C.; Henderson, Stephen M.; Norris, Benjamin; Bryan, Karin R.; Fricke, Aaron T.; Sandwell, Dean R.; Culling, Daniel P. (The Oceanography Society, 2017)
    Mangrove forests are highly productive ecosystems that provide many physical, societal, and ecological services in tropical and subtropical regions. Accurate prediction of the morphological evolution for these areas, in ...
  • Regulation of phosphorus bioavailability by iron nanoparticles in a monomictic lake

    Saeed, H.; Hartland, Adam; Lehto, N.J.; Baalousha, M.; Sikder, M.; Sandwell, Dean R.; Mucalo, Michael R.; Hamilton, David P. (Nature Publishing Group, 2018)
    Dissolved reactive phosphorous (DRP) in lake systems is conventionally considered to predominate over other dissolved P species, however, this view neglects an important set of interactions that occurs between P and reactive ...