Mat Vanderklift
Mat Vanderklift
CSIRO Oceans & Atmosphere
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Sources of variation in consumer-diet δ 15 N enrichment: a meta-analysis
MA Vanderklift, S Ponsard
Oecologia 136 (2), 169-182, 2003
13952003
Climate-driven regime shift of a temperate marine ecosystem
T Wernberg, S Bennett, RC Babcock, T de Bettignies, K Cure, ...
Science 353 (6295), 169-172, 2016
4112016
Selecting marine reserves using habitats and species assemblages as surrogates for biological diversity
TJ Ward, MA Vanderklift, AO Nicholls, RA Kenchington
Ecological Applications 9 (2), 691-698, 1999
3911999
Global patterns in the impact of marine herbivores on benthic primary producers
AGB Poore, AH Campbell, RA Coleman, GJ Edgar, V Jormalainen, ...
Ecology Letters 15 (8), 912-922, 2012
2852012
Mechanistic interpretation of carbon isotope discrimination by marine macroalgae and seagrasses
JA Raven, AM Johnston, JE Kübler, R Korb, SG McInroy, LL Handley, ...
Functional Plant Biology 29 (3), 355-378, 2002
2652002
Marine macrophytes directly enhance abundances of sandy beach fauna through provision of food and habitat
R Ince, GA Hyndes, PS Lavery, MA Vanderklift
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 74 (1), 77-86, 2007
1462007
Mechanisms and ecological role of carbon transfer within coastal seascapes
GA Hyndes, I Nagelkerken, RJ McLeod, RM Connolly, PS Lavery, ...
Biological Reviews, 2013
1292013
Export of detached macroalgae from reefs to adjacent seagrass beds
T Wernberg, MA Vanderklift, J How, PS Lavery
Oecologia 147 (4), 692-701, 2006
1132006
Effect of reducing taxonomic resolution on ordinations to detect pollution-induced gradients in macrobenthic infaunal assemblages
MA Vanderklift, TJ Ward, CA Jacoby
Marine Ecology Progress Series 136 (1), 137-145, 1996
1121996
Use of assemblages derived from different taxonomic levels to select areas for conserving marine biodiversity
MA Vanderklift, TJ Ward, JC Phillips
Biological Conservation 86 (3), 307-315, 1998
1081998
Detached kelps from distant sources are a food subsidy for sea urchins
MA Vanderklift, T Wernberg
Oecologia 157 (2), 327-335, 2008
922008
Seaweeds in cold seas: evolution and carbon acquisition
JA RAVEN, AM JOHNSTON, JE KÜBLER, R Korb, SG MCINROY, ...
Annals of Botany 90 (4), 525-536, 2002
902002
A comparison of spatial and temporal patterns in epiphytic macroalgal assemblages of the seagrasses Amphibolis griffithii and Posidonia coriacea
PS Lavery, MA Vanderklift
Marine Ecology Progress Series 236, 99-112, 2002
882002
Variation in abundances of herbivorous invertebrates in temperate subtidal rocky reef habitats
MA Vanderklift, GA Kendrick
Marine and Freshwater Research 55 (1), 93-103, 2004
862004
A meta-analysis of seaweed impacts on seagrasses: generalities and knowledge gaps
MS Thomsen, T Wernberg, AH Engelen, F Tuya, MA Vanderklift, ...
PloS One 7 (1), e28595, 2012
852012
Allochthonous brown algae are the primary food source for consumers in a temperate, coastal environment
KR Crawley, GA Hyndes, MA Vanderklift, AT Revill, PD Nichols
Marine Ecology Progress Series 376, 33-44, 2009
832009
Spatial patterns in herbivory on a coral reef are influenced by structural complexity but not by algal traits
A Vergés, MA Vanderklift, C Doropoulos, GA Hyndes
PLoS One 6 (2), e17115, 2011
802011
Differences in trophic position among sympatric sea urchin species
MA Vanderklift, GA Kendrick, AJ Smit
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 66 (1-2), 291-297, 2006
652006
Intensity of herbivory on kelp by fish and sea urchins differs between inshore and offshore reefs
MA Vanderklift, PS Lavery, KI Waddington
Marine Ecology Progress Series 376, 203-211, 2009
642009
Contrasting influence of sea urchins on attached and drift macroalgae
MA Vanderklift, GA Kendrick
Marine Ecology Progress Series 299, 101-110, 2005
622005
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