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Di Walker
Di Walker
Oceans Institute and School of Plant Biology UWA
Verified email at uwa.edu.au
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Seagrass degradation in Australian coastal waters
DI Walker, AJ McComb
Marine Pollution Bulletin 25 (5-8), 191-195, 1992
3361992
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
3342002
Effect of boat moorings on seagrass beds near Perth, Western Australia
DI Walker, RJ Lukatelich, G Bastyan, AJ McComb
Aquatic Botany 36 (1), 69-77, 1989
2381989
Coral death from sewage and phosphate pollution at Aqaba, Red Sea
DI Walker, RFG Ormond
Marine Pollution Bulletin 13 (1), 21-25, 1982
2321982
Productivity and nutrient limitation
K Hillman, DI Walker, AWD Larkum, AJ McComb
Elsevier Science Pub., 1989
2221989
The distribution, biomass and primary production of the seagrass Halophila ovalis in the Swan/Canning Estuary, Western Australia
K Hillman, AJ McComb, DI Walker
Aquatic Botany 51 (1-2), 1-54, 1995
1631995
Radial oxygen loss from intact roots of Halophila ovalis as a function of distance behind the root tip and shoot illumination
EL Connell, TD Colmer, DI Walker
Aquatic Botany 63 (3-4), 219-228, 1999
1611999
Threats to macroalgal diversity: marine habitat destruction and fragmentation, pollution and introduced species
DI Walker, GA Kendrick
Walter de Gruyter, Berlin/New York 41 (1-6), 105-112, 1998
1571998
Seagrass ecosystems: their global status and prospects
C Duarte, J Borum, FT Short, D Walker
Aquatic ecosystems: trends and global prospects, 281-294, 2008
1412008
Dispersal distances for propagules of Sargassum spinuligerum(Sargassaceae, Phaeophyta) measured directly by vital staining and venturi suction sampling.
GA Kendrick, DI Walker
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 79 (1), 133-138, 1991
1381991
Dispersal of propagules of Sargassum spp.(Sargassaceae: Phaeophyta): Observations of local patterns of dispersal and consequences for recruitment and population structure
GA Kendrick, DI Walker
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 192 (2), 273-288, 1995
1371995
Seagrasses of south–west Australia: A conceptual synthesis of the world's most diverse and extensive seagrass meadows
TJB Carruthers, WC Dennison, GA Kendrick, M Waycott, DI Walker, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 350 (1-2), 21-45, 2007
1342007
Biology of posidonia
S Gobert, MT Cambridge, B Velimirov, G Pergent, G Lepoint, ...
Seagrasses: Biology, Ecologyand Conservation, 387-408, 2007
1312007
Extreme climate events lower resilience of foundation seagrass at edge of biogeographical range
MW Fraser, GA Kendrick, J Statton, RK Hovey, A Zavala‐Perez, DI Walker
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1528-1536, 2014
1282014
Decline and recovery of seagrass ecosystems—the dynamics of change
DI Walker, GA Kendrick, AJ McComb
Seagrasses: Biology, Ecologyand Conservation, 551-565, 2007
1172007
The distribution of seagrass species in Shark Bay, Western Australia, with notes on their ecology
DI Walker, GA Kendrick, AJ McComb
Aquatic Botany 30 (4), 305-317, 1988
1141988
Nitrogen uptake and allocation in the seagrass Amphibolis antarctica
MF Pedersen, EI Paling, DI Walker
Aquatic Botany 56 (2), 105-117, 1997
1131997
Regional sudies-seagrasses of tropical Australia
IR Poiner
Biology of Seagrasses, A Treatise on the Biology of Sea-grasses with Sp …, 1989
1131989
DNA barcodes of fish of the Scotia Sea, Antarctica indicate priority groups for taxonomic and systematics focus
J Rock, FO Costa, DI Walker, AW North, WF Hutchinson, GR Carvalho
Antarctic Science 20 (3), 253-262, 2008
1062008
Growth, flowering, and population dynamics of temperate Western Australian seagrasses
N Marbà, DI Walker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 184, 105-118, 1999
1041999
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