Gustaaf Hallegraeff
Gustaaf Hallegraeff
Professor of Marine Science, University of Tasmania
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TitleCited byYear
A review of harmful algal blooms and their apparent global increase
GM Hallegraeff
Phycologia 32 (2), 79-99, 1993
26961993
Harmful algal blooms: a global overview
GM Hallegraeff
Manual on harmful marine microalgae 33, 1-22, 2003
7662003
OCEAN CLIMATE CHANGE, PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY RESPONSES, AND HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS: A FORMIDABLE PREDICTIVE CHALLENGE1
GM Hallegraeff
Journal of phycology 46 (2), 220-235, 2010
5982010
Manual on harmful marine microalgae
GM Hallegraeff, DM Anderson, AD Cembella, HO Enevoldsen
Unesco, 2004
5272004
Transport of diatom and dinoflagellate resting spores in ships' ballast water: implications for plankton biogeography and aquaculture
GM Hallegraeff, CJ Bolch
Journal of plankton research 14 (8), 1067-1084, 1992
4711992
Progress in understanding harmful algal blooms: paradigm shifts and new technologies for research, monitoring, and management
DM Anderson, AD Cembella, GM Hallegraeff
Annual review of marine science 4, 143-176, 2012
4652012
Transport of toxic dinoflagellates via ships ballast water: bioeconomic risk assessment and efficacy of possible ballast water management strategies
GM Hallegraeff
Marine Ecology Progress Series 168, 297-309, 1998
3771998
Algicidal effects of a novel marinepseudoalteromonas isolate (Class Proteobacteria, Gamma Subdivision) on harmful algal bloom species of the generachattonella, gymnodinium …
C Lovejoy, JP Bowman, GM Hallegraeff
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 64 (8), 2806-2813, 1998
3181998
Transport of toxic dinoflagellate cysts via ships' ballast water
GM Hallegraeff, CJ Bolch
Marine pollution bulletin 22 (1), 27-30, 1991
3071991
VEGETATIVE REPRODUCTION AND SEXUAL LIFE CYCLE OF THE TOXIC DINOFLAGELLATE GYMNODINIUM CATENATUM FROM TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA1
SI Blackburn, GM Hallegraeff, CJ Bolch
Journal of Phycology 25 (3), 577-590, 1989
2761989
Molecular evolution of the Alexandrium tamarense ‘species complex’(Dinophyceae): dispersal in the North American and West Pacific regions
CA Scholin, GM Hallegraeff, DM Anderson
Phycologia 34 (6), 472-485, 1995
2191995
Comparative study on paralytic shellfish toxin profiles of the dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum from three different countries
Y Oshima, SI Blackburn, GM Hallegraeff
Marine Biology 116 (3), 471-476, 1993
2101993
Seasonal study of phytoplankton pigments and species at a coastal station off Sydney: importance of diatoms and the nanoplankton
GM Hallegraeff
Marine Biology 61 (2-3), 107-118, 1981
2101981
Three estuarine Australian dinoflagellates that can produce paralytic shellfish toxins
GM Hallegraeff, DA Steffensen, R Wetherbee
Journal of plankton research 10 (3), 533-541, 1988
2021988
Dinoflagellate cysts in recent marine sediments from Tasmania, Australia
CJ Bolch, GM Hallegraeff
Botanica Marina 33 (2), 173-192, 1990
1991990
Chlorophyllase distribution in ten classes of phytoplankton: a problem for chlorophyll analysis
SW Jeffrey, GM Hallegraeff
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 35 (3), 293-304, 1987
1931987
Tropical phytoplankton species and pigments of continental shelf waters of north and north-west Australia.
GM Hallegraeff, SW Jeffrey
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 20 (1), 59-74, 1984
1781984
Some Problems in the Estimation of Chlorophyll‐a and Phaeopigments from Pre‐ and Post‐acidification Spectrophotometrie Measurements
JR Moed, GM Hallegraeff
Internationale Revue der gesamten Hydrobiologie und Hydrographie 63 (6), 787-800, 1978
1751978
Dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum as the source of paralytic shellfish toxins in Tasmanian shellfish
Y Oshima, M Hasegawa, T Yasumoto, G Hallegraeff, S Blackburn
Toxicon 25 (10), 1105-1111, 1987
1711987
Harmful algal blooms in the Australian region
GM Hallegraeff
Marine pollution bulletin 25 (5-8), 186-190, 1992
1641992
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