Paul Gribben
Paul Gribben
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Non-natives: 141 scientists object
D Simberloff, J Alexander, F Allendorf, J Aronson, PM Antunes, S Bacher, ...
Nature 475 (7354), 36, 2011
1692011
Behavioural interactions between ecosystem engineers control community species richness
PE Gribben, JE Byers, M Clements, LA McKenzie, PD Steinberg, ...
Ecology Letters 12 (11), 1127-1136, 2009
692009
Variable direct and indirect effects of a habitat‐modifying invasive species on mortality of native fauna
JE Byers, JT Wright, PE Gribben
Ecology 91 (6), 1787-1798, 2010
682010
Impacts of an abundant introduced ecosystem engineer within mudflats of the southeastern US coast
JE Byers, PE Gribben, C Yeager, EE Sotka
Biological invasions 14 (12), 2587-2600, 2012
642012
Surface chemistry versus whole-cell extracts: antifouling tests with seaweed metabolites
GM Nylund, PE Gribben, R de Nys, PD Steinberg, H Pavia
Marine Ecology Progress Series 329, 73-84, 2007
602007
Reproductive cycle of the New Zealand geoduck, Panopea zelandica, in two North Island populations
PE Gribben, J Helson, AG Jeffs
The Veliger, 2004
602004
Positive versus negative effects of an invasive ecosystem engineer on different components of a marine ecosystem
PE Gribben, JE Byers, JT Wright, TM Glasby
Oikos 122 (6), 816-824, 2013
562013
Invasive seaweed enhances recruitment of a native bivalve: roles of refuge from predation and the habitat choice of recruits
PE Gribben, JT Wright
Marine Ecology Progress Series 318, 177-185, 2006
552006
Differences in soft-sediment macrobenthic assemblages invaded by Caulerpa taxifolia compared to uninvaded habitats
JG McKinnon, PE Gribben, AR Davis, DF Jolley, JT Wright
Marine ecology progress series 380, 59-71, 2009
532009
Morphometric relationships, gametogenic development and spawning of the geoduck clam Panopea globosa (Bivalvia: Hiatellidae) in the central Gulf of California
EA Aragon-Noriega, J Chavez-Villalba, PE Gribben, E Alcantara-Razo, ...
Journal of Shellfish Research 26 (2), 423-432, 2007
512007
Reduced performance of native infauna following recruitment to a habitat-forming invasive marine alga
PE Gribben, JT Wright, WA O’Connor, MA Doblin, B Eyre, PD Steinberg
Oecologia 158 (4), 733-745, 2009
502009
Density‐dependent facilitation cascades determine epifaunal community structure in temperate Australian mangroves
MJ Bishop, JE Byers, BJ Marcek, PE Gribben
Ecology 93 (6), 1388-1401, 2012
472012
Less inhibited with age? Larval age modifies responses to natural settlement inhibitors
PE Gribben, DJ Marshall, PD Steinberg
Biofouling 22 (02), 101-106, 2006
452006
Age, growth, and mortality of the New Zealand geoduck clam, Panopea zelandica (Bivalvia: Hiatellidae) in two North Island populations
PE Gribben, RG Creese
Bulletin of Marine Science 77 (1), 119-136, 2005
422005
Predicting the impact of an invasive seaweed on the fitness of native fauna
JT Wright, PE Gribben
Journal of Applied Ecology 45 (5), 1540-1549, 2008
372008
Sydney Harbour: a review of anthropogenic impacts on the biodiversity and ecosystem function of one of the world’s largest natural harbours
M Mayer-Pinto, EL Johnston, PA Hutchings, EM Marzinelli, ST Ahyong, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (12), 1088-1105, 2015
312015
Protandry in the New Zealand geoduck, Panopea zelandica (Mollusca, Bivalvia)
PE Gribben, RG Creese
Invertebrate reproduction & development 44 (2-3), 119-129, 2003
312003
Relative importance of natural cues and substrate morphology for settlement of the New Zealand Greenshell™ mussel, Perna canaliculus
PE Gribben, AG Jeffs, R de Nys, PD Steinberg
Aquaculture 319 (1-2), 240-246, 2011
292011
Sublethal effects on reproduction in native fauna: are females more vulnerable to biological invasion?
PE Gribben, JT Wright
Oecologia 149 (2), 352, 2006
292006
Variation in the morphology, reproduction and development of the habitat-forming kelp Ecklonia radiata with changing temperature and nutrients
CJT Mabin, PE Gribben, A Fischer, JT Wright
Marine Ecology Progress Series 483, 117-131, 2013
282013
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