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Jenny R Hillman
Jenny R Hillman
Lecturer, Institute of Marine Science, University of Auckland
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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Blue carbon stocks and cross-habitat subsidies
RH Bulmer, F Stephenson, HFE Jones, M Townsend, JR Hillman, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 380, 2020
562020
Cumulative stressors reduce the self‐regulating capacity of coastal ecosystems
SF Thrush, JE Hewitt, RV Gladstone‐Gallagher, C Savage, C Lundquist, ...
Ecological Applications 31 (1), e02223, 2021
522021
Rising tides, cumulative impacts and cascading changes to estuarine ecosystem functions
TA O’Meara, JR Hillman, SF Thrush
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 10218, 2017
482017
The influence of mussel restoration on coastal carbon cycling
MA Sea, JR Hillman, SF Thrush
Global Change Biology 28 (17), 5269-5282, 2022
272022
Enhancing multiple scales of seafloor biodiversity with mussel restoration
MA Sea, JR Hillman, SF Thrush
Scientific Reports 12 (1), 5027, 2022
272022
Considering the use of subadult and juvenile mussels for mussel reef restoration
A Alder, A Jeffs, JR Hillman
Restoration Ecology 29 (3), e13322, 2021
222021
The challenges associated with connectivity in ecosystem processes
JR Hillman, CJ Lundquist, SF Thrush
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 364, 2018
222018
Challenges for the conservation of marine small natural features
CJ Lundquist, RH Bulmer, MR Clark, JR Hillman, WA Nelson, CR Norrie, ...
Biological Conservation 211, 69-79, 2017
222017
Investigating changes in estuarine ecosystem functioning under future scenarios
JR Hillman, F Stephenson, SF Thrush, CJ Lundquist
Ecological Applications 30 (4), e02090, 2020
202020
Conserving shellfish reefs—a systematic review reveals the need to broaden research efforts
TA Toone, R Hunter, ED Benjamin, S Handley, A Jeffs, JR Hillman
Restoration Ecology 29 (4), e13375, 2021
192021
Influence of restored mussel reefs on denitrification in marine sediments
JR Hillman, TA O'Meara, AM Lohrer, SF Thrush
Journal of Sea Research 175, 102099, 2021
172021
The role of large macrofauna in mediating sediment erodibility across sedimentary habitats
JR Hillman, CJ Lundquist, CA Pilditch, SF Thrush
Limnology and Oceanography 65 (4), 683-693, 2020
172020
Environmental predictors of sediment denitrification rates within restored green-lipped mussel Perna canaliculus beds
MA Sea, SF Thrush, JR Hillman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 667, 1-13, 2021
162021
Loss of Large Animals Differentially Influences Nutrient Fluxes Across a Heterogeneous Marine Intertidal Soft-Sediment Ecosystem
JR Hillman, CJ Lundquist, TA O’Meara, SF Thrush
Ecosystems, 2020
152020
Biodiversity associated with restored small-scale mussel habitats has restoration decision implications
ED Benjamin, SJ Handley, R Hale, TA Toone, A Jeffs, JR Hillman
Biodiversity and Conservation 31 (11), 2833-2855, 2022
142022
Expansion of shellfish aquaculture has no impact on settlement rates
TA Toone, ED Benjamin, S Handley, A Jeffs, JR Hillman
Aquaculture Environment Interactions 14, 135-145, 2022
122022
Marine ecosystem science and the media: exploring ways to improve news coverage through journalist–scientist working relations
K Kolandai‐Matchett, M Armoudian, S Thrush, J Hillman, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 31 (11), 3034-3055, 2021
122021
The importance of stock selection for improving transplantation efficiency
A Alder, AG Jeffs, JR Hillman
Restoration Ecology 30 (4), e13561, 2022
112022
Predicting habitat suitability of filter-feeder communities in a shallow marine environment, New Zealand
M Ribó, H Macdonald, SJ Watson, JR Hillman, LJ Strachan, SF Thrush, ...
Marine Environmental Research 163, 105218, 2021
112021
Out of their depth: The successful use of cultured subtidal mussels for intertidal restoration
TA Toone, JR Hillman, ED Benjamin, S Handley, A Jeffs
Conservation Science and Practice 5 (4), e12914, 2023
102023
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