Edit the description's bibliography (Lizard Island Field Guide)

Edit the description's bibliography


Chromista: species: Sargassum swartzii

Other references

  • Goatley, C.H.R. (2013). The ecological role of sediments on coral reefs, PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1840.
  • Goatley, C.H.R., A.S. Hoey and D.R. Bellwood (2012). The role of turtles as coral reef macroherbivores. PLoS One, 7(6): e39979. LIRS catalog number 1523.
  • Hoey, A.S. (2010). The ecosystem role of macroalgal browsing fishes on coral reefs. PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 1415.
  • Hoey, A.S. and D.R. Bellwood (2009). Among-habitat variation in herbivory on Sargassum sp(p). on a mid-shelf reef in the northern Great Barrier Reef, Marine Biology, doi 10.1007: s00227-009. LIRS catalog number 1271.
  • Hoey, A.S. and D.R. Bellwood (2009). Limited functional redundancy in a high diversity system:single species dominates key ecological processon coral reefs, Ecosystems, doi: 10.1007: s10021-009. LIRS catalog number 1270.
  • Hoey, A.S. and D.R. Bellwood (2010). Cross-shelf variation in browsing intensity on the Great Barrier Reef, Coral Reefs, 29: 499-508. LIRS catalog number 1353.
  • Hoey, A.S. and D.R. Bellwood (2010). Damselfish territories as a refuge for macroalgae on coral reefs, Coral Reefs, 29: 107-118. LIRS catalog number 1288.
  • Loffler, Z. (2019). The persistence of Sargassum communities on coral reefs: resilience and herbivory. PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 2323.
  • Loffler, Z., A. Graba-Landry, J.T. Kidgell, E.C. McClure, M.S. Pratchett and A.S. Hoey (2018). Holdfasts of Sargassum swartzii are resistant to herbivory and resilient to damage. Coral Reefs, 37: 1075-1084. LIRS catalog number 2274.
  • Rizzari, J.R. (2015). Trophic impact of large predators on coral reefs and management implications, PhD thesis, James Cook University. LIRS catalog number 2149.