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Mikaela Nordborg
Mikaela Nordborg
PhD Candidate at James Cook University, AIMS@JCU and Australian Institute of Marine Science
Verified email at my.jcu.edu.au
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Settlement patterns of the coral Acropora millepora on sediment-laden surfaces
GF Ricardo, RJ Jones, M Nordborg, AP Negri
Science of the Total Environment 609, 277-288, 2017
622017
Phototoxic effects of PAH and UVA exposure on molecular responses and developmental success in coral larvae
S Overmans, M Nordborg, R Díaz-Rúa, DL Brinkman, AP Negri, S Agustí
Aquatic toxicology 198, 165-174, 2018
332018
Phototoxic effects of two common marine fuels on the settlement success of the coral Acropora tenuis
FM Nordborg, F Flores, DL Brinkman, S Agustí, AP Negri
Scientific Reports 8 (1), 1-12, 2018
222018
The effects of ultraviolet radiation and climate on oil toxicity to coral reef organisms–a review
FM Nordborg, RJ Jones, M Oelgemöller, AP Negri
Science of the Total Environment 720, 137486, 2020
182020
The effect of environmental stressors on the early development of the Norway lobster Nephrops norvegicus (L.)
HL Wood, SP Eriksson, M Nordborg, HK Styf
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 473, 35-42, 2015
162015
Phototoxic effects of two common marine fuels on the settlement success of the coral Acropora tenuis. Sci Rep 8: 8635
FM Nordborg, F Flores, DL Brinkman, S Agustí, AP Negri
62018
Comparative sensitivity of the early life stages of a coral to heavy fuel oil and UV radiation
FM Nordborg, DL Brinkman, GF Ricardo, S Agustí, AP Negri
Science of the Total Environment 781, 146676, 2021
52021
Corrigendum to``Settlement patterns of the coral Acropora millepora on sediment-laden surfaces''[Sci. Total Environ. 609 (2017) 277-288]
GF Ricardo, RJ Jones, M Nordborg, AP Negri
ScTEn 640, 116, 2018
2018
Coral Recruits are Highly Sensitive to Heavy Fuel Oil Exposure Both in the Presence and Absence of Uv Light
FM Nordborg, DL Brinkman, AP Negri
Available at SSRN 4058105, 0
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