Bradley Eyre
Bradley Eyre
Centre for Coastal Biogeochemistry, Southern Cross University
Verified email at scu.edu.au
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The driving forces of porewater and groundwater flow in permeable coastal sediments: A review
IR Santos, BD Eyre, M Huettel
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 98, 1-15, 2012
4232012
Comparison of carbon production and decomposition, benthic nutrient fluxes and denitrification in seagrass, phytoplankton, benthic microalgae-and macroalgae-dominated warm …
BD Eyre, AJP Ferguson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 229, 43-59, 2002
2662002
Groundwater‐derived dissolved inorganic and organic carbon exports from a mangrove tidal creek: The missing mangrove carbon sink?
DT Maher, IR Santos, L Golsby-Smith, J Gleeson, BD Eyre
Limnology and Oceanography 58 (2), 475-488, 2013
2462013
Comparison of isotope pairing and N 2: Ar methods for measuring sediment denitrification—assumption, modifications, and implications
BD Eyre, S Rysgaard, T Dalsgaard, PB Christensen
Estuaries 25 (6), 1077-1087, 2002
2322002
A comparative study of nutrient behavior along the salinity gradient of tropical and temperate estuaries
B Eyre, P Balls
Estuaries 22 (2), 313-326, 1999
1791999
Transport, retention and transformation of material in Australian estuaries
B Eyre
Estuaries 21 (4), 540-551, 1998
1571998
Regional evaluation of nutrient transformation and phytoplankton growth in nine river-dominated sub-tropical east Australian estuaries
BD Eyre
Marine ecology progress series 205, 61-83, 2000
1552000
Benthic metabolism and nitrogen cycling in a subtropical east Australian estuary (Brunswick): Temporal variability and controlling factors
BD Eyre, AJP Ferguson
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (1), 81-96, 2005
1532005
The future of Blue Carbon science
PI Macreadie, A Anton, JA Raven, N Beaumont, RM Connolly, DA Friess, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-13, 2019
1522019
Effect of natural populations of burrowing thalassinidean shrimp on sediment irrigation, benthic metabolism, nutrient fluxes and denitrification
AP Webb, BD Eyre
Marine Ecology Progress Series 268, 205-220, 2004
1522004
Coral reefs will transition to net dissolving before end of century
BD Eyre, T Cyronak, P Drupp, EH De Carlo, JP Sachs, AJ Andersson
Science 359 (6378), 908-911, 2018
1452018
Nutrient behaviour during post-flood recovery of the Richmond River Estuary, Northern NSW, Australia
B Eyre, C Twigg
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 44 (3), 311-326, 1997
1421997
Benthic coral reef calcium carbonate dissolution in an acidifying ocean
BD Eyre, AJ Andersson, T Cyronak
Nature Climate Change 4 (11), 969-976, 2014
1352014
Spatial and temporal variability of carbon dioxide and methane fluxes over semi-diurnal and spring–neap–spring timescales in a mangrove creek
M Call, DT Maher, IR Santos, S Ruiz-Halpern, P Mangion, CJ Sanders, ...
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 150, 211-225, 2015
1312015
Carbon, nitrogen, and phosphorus budgets for a shallow subtropical coastal embayment (Moreton Bay, Australia)
BD Eyre, LJ McKee
Limnology and Oceanography 47 (4), 1043-1055, 2002
1212002
Diel coral reef acidification driven by porewater advection in permeable carbonate sands, Heron Island, Great Barrier Reef
IR Santos, RN Glud, D Maher, D Erler, BD Eyre
Geophysical Research Letters 38 (3), 2011
1132011
Review of techniques to estimate catchment exports
RA Letcher, AJ Jakeman, WS Merritt, LJ McKee, BD Eyre, B Baginska
Environmental Protection Authority, 1999
1111999
Nitrous oxide fluxes in estuarine environments: response to global change
RH Murray, DV Erler, BD Eyre
Global change biology 21 (9), 3219-3245, 2015
1102015
The Contribution of Anammox and Denitrification to Sediment N2 Production in a Surface Flow Constructed Wetland
DV Erler, BD Eyre, L Davison
Environmental Science & Technology 42 (24), 9144-9150, 2008
1102008
Carbon budgets for three autotrophic Australian estuaries: Implications for global estimates of the coastal air‐water CO2 flux
DT Maher, BD Eyre
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 26 (1), 2012
1072012
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