Leigh Tait
Leigh Tait
NIWA, New Zealand
Verified email at niwa.co.nz
TitleCited byYear
Legacy effects of canopy disturbance on ecosystem functioning in macroalgal assemblages
LW Tait, DR Schiel
PLOS one 6 (10), 2011
442011
Dynamics of productivity in naturally structured macroalgal assemblages: importance of canopy structure on light-use efficiency
LW Tait, DR Schiel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 421, 97-107, 2011
432011
Impacts of temperature on primary productivity and respiration in naturally structured macroalgal assemblages
LW Tait, DR Schiel
PLoS One 8 (9), e74413, 2013
412013
Primary productivity of intertidal macroalgal assemblages: comparison of laboratory and in situ photorespirometry
LW Tait, DR Schiel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 416, 115-125, 2010
312010
Transient effects of an invasive kelp on the community structure and primary productivity of an intertidal assemblage
PM South, SA Lilley, LW Tait, T Alestra, MJH Hickford, MS Thomsen, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 67 (1), 103-112, 2016
302016
Effects of algal turfs and sediment accumulation on replenishment and primary productivity of fucoid assemblages
T Alestra, LW Tait, DR Schiel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 511, 59-70, 2014
192014
Local extinction of bull kelp (Durvillaea spp.) due to a marine heatwave
MS Thomsen, L Mondardini, T Alestra, S Gerrity, L Tait, P South, S Lilley, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 84, 2019
172019
Shining light on benthic macroalgae: mechanisms of complementarity in layered macroalgal assemblages
LW Tait, I Hawes, DR Schiel
PloS one 9 (12), 2014
172014
The impact of artificial surfaces on marine bacterial and eukaryotic biofouling assemblages: a high-throughput sequencing analysis
U von Ammon, SA Wood, O Laroche, A Zaiko, L Tait, S Lavery, G Inglis, ...
Marine environmental research 133, 57-66, 2018
162018
Impacts of natural and manipulated variations in temperature, pH and light on photosynthetic parameters of coralline–kelp assemblages
LW Tait
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 454, 1-8, 2014
142014
Assemblage and understory carbon production of native and invasive canopy-forming macroalgae
LW Tait, PM South, SA Lilley, MS Thomsen, DR Schiel
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 469, 10-17, 2015
112015
Enhancing passive sampling tools for detecting marine bioinvasions
L Tait, G Inglis, K Seaward
Marine pollution bulletin 128, 41-50, 2018
82018
Integration of chlorophyll a fluorescence and photorespirometry techniques to understand production dynamics in macroaglal communities
LW Tait, I Hawes, DR Schiel
Journal of phycology 53 (3), 476-485, 2017
82017
Combining morpho-taxonomy and metabarcoding enhances the detection of non-indigenous marine pests in biofouling communities
U von Ammon, SA Wood, O Laroche, A Zaiko, L Tait, S Lavery, GJ Inglis, ...
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-11, 2018
72018
Procedures for evaluating in-water systems to remove or treat vessel biofouling
DJ Morrisey, G Inglis, L Tait, C Woods, J Lewis, E Georgiades
Ministry for Primary Industries, Manatū Ahu Matua, 2015
72015
Primary production of intertidal marine macroalgae: factors influencing primary production over wide spatial and temporal scales
LW Tait
University of Canterbury. School of Biological Sciences, 2010
62010
Treatment agents for biofouling in internal pipework of recreational vessels
P Cahill, C Hickey, P Lewis, L Tait, O Floerl
32019
Ecophysiology of layered macroalgal assemblages: importance of subcanopy species biodiversity in buffering primary production
LW Tait, DR Schiel
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 444, 2018
32018
Optimising Settlement Arrays for Surveillance of Non-indigenous Biofouling Species: Results and Recommendations Following Settlement Array Field Trials
L Tait, G Inglis, K Seaward, KT Spong, SL Wilkens
Ministry for Primary Industries, 2016
32016
Hagfish natriuretic peptide changes urine flow rates and vascular tensions in a hagfish
LW Tait, CWC Simpson, Y Takei, ME Forster
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part C: Toxicology & Pharmacology …, 2009
32009
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