Simon E Reeves
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Ubiquity of microplastics in coastal seafloor sediments
SD Ling, M Sinclair, CJ Levi, SE Reeves, GJ Edgar
Marine pollution bulletin 121 (1-2), 104-110, 2017
The effect of prolonged darkness on the growth, recovery and survival of Antarctic sea ice diatoms
S Reeves, A McMinn, A Martin
Polar biology 34 (7), 1019-1032, 2011
Phase-Shift Dynamics of Sea Urchin Overgrazing on Nutrified Reefs
N Kriegisch, S Reeves, CR Johnson, SD Ling
PLoS One 11 (12), e0168333, 2016
Reduced resistance to sediment-trapping turfs with decline of native kelp and establishment of an exotic kelp
SE Reeves, N Kriegisch, CR Johnson, SD Ling
Oecologia 188 (4), 1239-1251, 2018
Density‐dependent feedbacks, hysteresis, and demography of overgrazing sea urchins
SD Ling, N Kriegisch, B Woolley, SE Reeves
Ecology 100 (2), e02577, 2019
Pollution signature for temperate reef biodiversity is short and simple
SD Ling, A Davey, SE Reeves, S Gaylard, PL Davies, RD Stuart-Smith, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 130, 159-169, 2018
Top-down sea urchin overgrazing overwhelms bottom-up stimulation of kelp beds despite sediment enhancement
N Kriegisch, SE Reeves, CR Johnson, SD Ling
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 514, 48-58, 2019
Quantifying fisheries enhancement from coastal vegetated ecosystems
H Jänes, PI Macreadie, PSE Zu Ermgassen, JR Gair, S Treby, S Reeves, ...
Ecosystem Services 43, 101105, 2020
The Reef Ecosystem Evaluation Framework: Managing for Resilience in Temperate Environments
CR Johnson, SE Swearer, SD Ling, S Reeves, N Kriegisch, EA Treml, ...
Spatial distribution of microplastics around an inhabited coral island in the Maldives, Indian Ocean
TB Patti, EK Fobert, SE Reeves, KB da Silva
Science of The Total Environment 748, 141263, 2020
Stable isotopes infer the value of Australia’s coastal vegetated ecosystems from fisheries
H Jänes, PI Macreadie, E Nicholson, D Ierodiaconou, S Reeves, ...
Fish and Fisheries 21 (1), 80-90, 2020
Key Principles for Managing Recovery of Kelp Forests through Restoration
RL Morris, R Hale, EMA Strain, SE Reeves, A Vergés, EM Marzinelli, ...
BioScience 70 (8), 688-698, 2020
Blue restoration—building confidence and overcoming barriers
PJ Stewart-Sinclair, J Purandare, E Bayraktarov, NJ Waltham, SE Reeves, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 748, 2020
Drift-kelp suppresses foraging movement of overgrazing sea urchins
N Kriegisch, SE Reeves, EB Flukes, CR Johnson, SD Ling
Oecologia 190 (3), 665-677, 2019
Mapping Ocean Wealth Australia: The value of coastal wetlands to people and nature
CL Carnell, P.E, Reeves, S.E, Nicholson, E., Macreadie, P. Ierodiaconou, D ...
The Nature Conservancy, 2019
Facilitating better outcomes: How positive species interactions can improve oyster reef restoration
SE Reeves, JJ Renzi, EK Fobert, BR Silliman, B Hancock, CL Gillies
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 656, 2020
Benefit-cost analysis for marine habitat restoration: a framework for estimating the viability of shellfish reef repair projects
AA Rogers, C Gillies, B Hancock, I McLeod, A Nedosyko, S Reeves, ...
Report to the National Environmental Science Programme, Marine Biodiversity …, 2018
Mechanisms of ecosystem stability for kelp beds in urban environments
SE Reeves
University of Tasmania, 2018
Octocoral barrier to grazing sea urchins allows macroalgal recovery on barrens ground
SD Ling, SE Reeves, N Kriegisch
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 524, 151292, 2020
Ontogenetic shifts in social aggregation and habitat use in a temperate reef fish
EK Fobert, SE Reeves, SE Swearer
Ecosphere 11 (12), e03300, 2020
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