Daniel Pritchard
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Diversity of carbon use strategies in a kelp forest community: implications for a high CO2 ocean
CD Hepburn, DW Pritchard, CE Cornwall, RJ McLeod, J Beardall, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (7), 2488-2497, 2011
2372011
Carbon‐use strategies in macroalgae: Differential responses to lowered pH and implications for ocean acidification
CE Cornwall, CD Hepburn, D Pritchard, KI Currie, CM McGraw, KA Hunter, ...
Journal of Phycology 48 (1), 137-144, 2012
1672012
FRAIR: an R package for fitting and comparing consumer functional responses
DW Pritchard, RA Paterson, HC Bovy, D Barrios‐O'Neill
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2017
832017
Predicting invasive species impacts: a community module functional response approach reveals context dependencies
RA Paterson, JTA Dick, DW Pritchard, M Ennis, MJ Hatcher, AM Dunn
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (2), 453-463, 2015
622015
Predator cue studies reveal strong trait-mediated effects in communities despite variation in experimental designs
RA Paterson, DW Pritchard, JTA Dick, ME Alexander, MJ Hatcher, ...
Animal Behaviour 86 (6), 1301-1313, 2013
412013
Light limitation within southern New Zealand kelp forest communities
MJ Desmond, DW Pritchard, CD Hepburn
PloS one 10 (4), e0123676, 2015
382015
Strangford Lough and the SeaGen Tidal Turbine
G Savidge, D Ainsworth, S Bearhop, N Christen, B Elsaesser, F Fortune, ...
Marine Renewable Energy Technology and Environmental Interactions, 153-172, 2014
352014
Survival in low light: photosynthesis and growth of a red alga in relation to measured in situ irradiance
DW Pritchard, CL Hurd, J Beardall, CD Hepburn
Journal of Phycology 49 (5), 867-879, 2013
302013
Photosynthetic response of monospecific macroalgal stands to density
DK Richards, CL Hurd, DW Pritchard, SR Wing, CD Hepburn
Aquatic Biology 13 (1), 41-49, 2011
282011
Restricted use of nitrate and a strong preference for ammonium reflects the nitrogen ecophysiology of a light‐limited red alga
DW Pritchard, CL Hurd, J Beardall, CD Hepburn
Journal of Phycology 51 (2), 277-287, 2015
212015
The modelling of tidal turbine farms using multi-scale, unstructured mesh models
SC Kramer, MD Piggott, J Hill, L Kregting, D Pritchard, B Elsaesser
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Environmental …, 2014
132014
FRAIR: functional response analysis in R
DW Pritchard
R package version 0.4, 2014
102014
Ecotones as indicators: boundary properties in wetland-woodland transition zones
G Brownstein, C Johns, A Fletcher, D Pritchard, PD Erskine
Community Ecology 16 (2), 235-243, 2015
62015
The ecophysiology of the deep-water macroalga Anotrichium crinitum (Kützing) Baldock
DW Pritchard
University of Otago, 2011
62011
Using coupled hydrodynamic biogeochemical models to predict the effects of tidal turbine arrays on phytoplankton dynamics
P Schuchert, L Kregting, D Pritchard, G Savidge, B Elsäßer
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 6 (2), 58, 2018
52018
Challenges to traditional management of connected ecosystems within a fractured regulatory landscape: A case study from southern New Zealand
CD Hepburn, AM Jackson, DW Pritchard, N Scott, PH Vanderburg, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 (9), 1535-1546, 2019
42019
Light dose versus rate of delivery: implications for macroalgal productivity
MJ Desmond, DW Pritchard, CD Hepburn
Photosynthesis research 132 (3), 257-264, 2017
42017
Turf wars: experimental tests for alternative stable states in a two-phase coastal ecosystem
G Brownstein, WG Lee, DW Pritchard, JB Wilson
Ecology 95 (2), 411-424, 2014
42014
Coupled hydrodynamic and wastewater plume models of Belfast Lough, Northern Ireland: A predictive tool for future ecological studies
D Pritchard, G Savidge, B Elsäßer
Marine pollution bulletin 77 (1-2), 290-299, 2013
42013
Ocean acidification may threaten a unique seaweed community and associated industry in the Baltic Sea
L Pajusalu, G Albert, E Fachon, CD Hepburn, J Kotta, K Liversage, ...
Journal of Applied Phycology, 1-10, 2019
12019
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