Matthew J Desmond
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Light limitation within southern New Zealand kelp forest communities
M Desmond, D Pritchard, C Hepburn
PLOS ONE 10 (4), 2015
432015
Light dose versus rate of delivery: implications for macroalgal productivity
MJ Desmond, DW Pritchard, CD Hepburn
Photosynthesis research 132 (3), 257-264, 2017
62017
Metal concentrations within the sediments of Hawksbury Lagoon/Matainaka.
M Desmond, C Hepburn, R McLeod
Department of Marine Science, Department of Chemistry, University of Otago …, 2012
42012
Biomass across space and tide: architecture of a kelp bed with implications for the abiotic environment
TA Stephens, MJ Desmond, CD Hepburn
Hydrobiologia 827 (1), 391-404, 2019
32019
Epifaunal community structure within southern New Zealand kelp forests
MJ Desmond, R Suárez-Jiménez, WA Nelson, CD Hepburn
Marine Ecology Progress Series 596, 71-81, 2018
32018
Whole community estimates of macroalgal pigment concentration within two southern New Zealand kelp forests1
MJ Desmond, L Pajusalu, DW Pritchard, TA Stephens, CD Hepburn
Journal of phycology 55 (4), 936-947, 2019
22019
Analysis of trace metal concentration in a degraded lagoon in East Otago, New Zealand
MJ Desmond, RJ McLeod, CD Hepburn
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 47 (4), 469-480, 2013
22013
Biomass and species richness relationships in macroalgal communities that span intertidal and subtidal zones
BA Twist, A Kluibenschedl, D Pritchard, MJ Desmond, RD Archino, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 654, 67-78, 2020
12020
Kelp-forest response to light limitation
M Desmond
University of Otago, 2017
12017
Superior photosynthetic performance of the invasive kelp Undaria pinnatifida may contribute to continued range expansion in a wave-exposed kelp forest community
MJ Desmond, DW Pritchard, CL Hurd, DK Richards, K Schweikert, S Wing, ...
Marine Biology 166 (11), 1-11, 2019
2019
Article type: Regular Article
MJ Desmond, L Pajusalu, DW Pritchard, TA Stephens, CD Hepburn
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