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Plankton bioindicators of environmental conditions in coastal lagoons
DA Hemraj, MA Hossain, Q Ye, JG Qin, SC Leterme
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 184, 102-114, 2017
542017
Environmental variability and phytoplankton dynamics in a South Australian inverse estuary
J Jendyk, DA Hemraj, MH Brown, AV Ellis, SC Leterme
Continental Shelf Research 91, 134-144, 2014
262014
Drought conditions and recovery in the Coorong wetland, South Australia in 1997–2013
SC Leterme, L Allais, J Jendyk, DA Hemraj, K Newton, J Mitchell, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 163, 175-184, 2015
212015
Anthropogenic shift of planktonic food web structure in a coastal lagoon by freshwater flow regulation
DA Hemraj, A Hossain, Q Ye, JG Qin, SC Leterme
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 1-10, 2017
182017
Capacity of an ecologically key urchin to recover from extreme events: Physiological impacts of heatwaves and the road to recovery
JJ Minuti, M Byrne, DA Hemraj, BD Russell
Science of the Total Environment 785, 147281, 2021
152021
Diet overlap and resource partitioning among three forage fish species in Coorong, the largest inverse estuary in Australia
MA Hossain, DA Hemraj, Q Ye, SC Leterme, JG Qin
Environmental Biology of Fishes 100 (6), 639-654, 2017
122017
Survived but not safe: marine heatwave hinders metabolism in two gastropod survivors
DA Hemraj, NC Posnett, JJ Minuti, LB Firth, BD Russell
Marine Environmental Research 162, 105117, 2020
102020
The impact of diatoms on the biofouling of seawater reverse osmosis membranes in a model cross-flow system
SC Leterme, C Le Lan, DA Hemraj, AV Ellis
Desalination 392, 8-13, 2016
62016
A combination of salinity and pH affects the recruitment of Gladioferens pectinatus (Brady) (Copepoda; Calanoida)
DA Hemraj, L Allais, SC Leterme
Limnology and Oceanography 62 (5), 1799-1809, 2017
32017
Bacterial production of transparent exopolymer particles during static and laboratory-based cross-flow experiments
T Jamieson, AV Ellis, DA Khodakov, S Balzano, DA Hemraj, SC Leterme
Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology 2 (2), 376-382, 2016
32016
Analysis of raw and pre-treated seawater for potential biofouling precursors
C Le Lan, AV Ellis, T Jamieson, AJ Blok, DA Hemraj, L Allais, S Balzano, ...
Desalination 373, 71-78, 2015
22015
A neritic species in a hypersaline lagoon; population structure of Acartia fancetti in relation to hyperhaline and thermal stresses
DA Hemraj, L Allais, JG Qin, SC Leterme
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 498, 8-15, 2018
12018
Seasonal patterns of macroalgal and sessile invertebrate communities in a monsoonal marine ecosystem
RWY Cheung-Wong, JK Dytnerski, R Gotama, DA Hemraj, BD Russell
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 275, 107962, 2022
2022
Live‐fast‐die‐young: Carryover effects of heatwave‐exposed adult urchins on the development of the next generation
JJ Minuti, M Byrne, H Campbell, DA Hemraj, BD Russell
Global Change Biology, 2022
2022
Global success in oyster reef restoration despite ongoing recovery debt
DA Hemraj, MJ Bishop, B Hancock, JJ Minuti, RH Thurstan, ...
bioRxiv, 2022
2022
Species' Distribution and Evolutionary History Influence the Responses of Marine Copepods to Climate Change: A Global Meta-Analysis
DA Hemraj, JD Gaitán-Espitia, BD Russell
Oceanography and Marine Biology, 559-584, 2021
2021
Plankton Communities of the Coorong, Lower Lakes and Murray mouth
S Leterme, R Oliver, R Shiel, D Hemraj, M Geddes, D Furst, K Aldridge, ...
NATURAL HISTORY OF THE COORONG, LOWER LAKES, AND MURRAY MOUTH REGION …, 2018
2018
Trophodynamics of Plankton Communities Subjected to Environmental Fluctuations in an Inverse Estuary: A Case Study of the Coorong; South Australia
DA Hemraj
Flinders University, School of Biological Sciences., 2017
2017
Seasonal Refuge in a Tropical Transition Zone: Hotter Temperatures Reduce Seasonal Productivity of Seaweeds But Do Not Cause Direct Mortality
RWY Cheung-Wong, J Kotta, DA Hemraj, BD Russell
Available at SSRN 4051281, 0
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