Jonathan Gardner
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Mining of deep-sea seafloor massive sulfides: a review of the deposits, their benthic communities, impacts from mining, regulatory frameworks and management strategies
RE Boschen, AA Rowden, MR Clark, JPA Gardner
Ocean & coastal management 84, 54-67, 2013
Jumping ship: a stepping stone event mediating transfer of a non-indigenous species via a potentially unsuitable environment
S Apte, BS Holland, LS Godwin, J Gardner
Biological Invasions 2 (1), 75-79, 2000
Hybridization in the sea
JPA Gardner
Advances in marine biology 31, 1-78, 1997
Population genetic subdivision in the New Zealand greenshell mussel (Perna canaliculus) inferred from single‐strand conformation polymorphism analysis of …
S Apte, JPA Gardner
Molecular Ecology 11 (9), 1617-1628, 2002
A molecular phylogeny of the marine mussel genus Perna (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) based on nuclear (ITS1&2) and mitochondrial (COI) DNA sequences
AR Wood, S Apte, ES MacAvoy, JPA Gardner
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 44 (2), 685-698, 2007
Internal borders for managing invasive marine species
BM Forrest, JPA Gardner, MD Taylor
Journal of Applied Ecology 46 (1), 46-54, 2009
Human dietary exposure to heavy metals via the consumption of greenshell mussels (Perna canaliculus Gmelin 1791) from the Bay of Islands, northern New Zealand
ALH Whyte, GR Hook, GE Greening, E Gibbs-Smith, JPA Gardner
Science of the Total Environment 407 (14), 4348-4355, 2009
The structure and dynamics of naturally occurring hybrid Mytilus edulis Linnaeus, 1758 and Mytilus galloprovincialis Lamarck, 1819 (Bivalvia: Mollusca) populations: review and …
JPA Gardner
Arch Hydrobiol Suppl 99, 37-71, 1994
Genetic diversity of Southern hemisphere blue mussels (Bivalvia: Mytilidae) and the identification of non-indigenous taxa
KM Westfall, JPA Gardner
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 101 (4), 898-909, 2010
Historical and size-dependent genetic variation in hybrid mussel populations
JPA Gardner, DOF Skibinski
Heredity 61 (1), 93-105, 1988
The Mytilus edulis species complex in southwest England: effects of hybridization and introgression upon interlocus associations and morphometric variation
JPA Gardner
Marine Biology 125 (2), 385-399, 1996
Efficacy of acetic acid treatments in the management of marine biofouling
BM Forrest, GA Hopkins, TJ Dodgshun, JPA Gardner
Aquaculture 262 (2-4), 319-332, 2007
Where are the mussels on Cook Strait (New Zealand) shores? Low seston quality as a possible factor limiting multi-species distributions
JPA Gardner
Marine ecology Progress series 194, 123-132, 2000
Shoreline changes and sediment redistribution at Palmyra Atoll (Equatorial Pacific Ocean): 1874–present
JD Collen, DW Garton, JPA Gardner
Journal of Coastal Research 25 (3), 711-722, 2009
Effect of vessel voyage speed on survival of biofouling organisms: implications for translocation of non-indigenous marine species
ADM Coutts, RF Piola, CL Hewitt, SD Connell, JPA Gardner
Biofouling 26 (1), 1-13, 2010
The effects of coastal and estuarine conditions on the physiology and survivorship of the mussels Mytilus edulis, M. trossulus and their hybrids
JPA Gardner, RJ Thompson
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 265 (2), 119-140, 2001
Mytilus galloprovincialis (Lmk)(Bivalvia, Mollusca): the taxonomic status of the Mediterranean mussel
JPA Gardner
Ophelia 35 (3), 219-243, 1992
Biological and physical factors influencing genotype-dependent mortality in hybrid mussel populations
JPA Gardner, DOF Skibinski
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 235-243, 1991
Marine reserves increase the abundance and size of blue cod and rock lobster
A Pande, AB MacDiarmid, PJ Smith, RJ Davidson, RG Cole, D Freeman, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 366, 147-158, 2008
Seafloor massive sulfide deposits support unique megafaunal assemblages: implications for seabed mining and conservation
RE Boschen, AA Rowden, MR Clark, A Pallentin, JPA Gardner
Marine environmental research 115, 78-88, 2016
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