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Swan Bay Collection - Seagrass

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Bond, A.M. (1986). Uptake of heavy metals by seagrasses. In 'Victorian seagrass ecosystems' (Eds H. Hudson and S. Strother) p.35-39. (Deakin University, Geelong)

Bond, Alan M., Bradbury, Julie R., Hudson, Henry A., Granham, John S., Hanna, Peter J., and Strother, Stanley (1985). Kinetic studies of lead (II) uptake by the seagrass Zostera muelleri in water by radiotracing atomic absorption spectrometry and electrochemical techniques. Marine Chemistry 16, 1-9

Bulthuis, Douglas A. (1981a). Control of the seagrass, Heterozostera tasmanica by bottom-covering screens in Corio Bay. (Port Phillip Coastal processes: final report for task R016. Technical report no. 7). Marine Science Laboratories, Queenscliff. 11p

Builthuis, Douglas A. (1981b). Distribution of seagrasses in Port Phillip Victoria. (Report for Task R105, Technical Report no. 5). Marine Science Laboratories, Queenscliff. 18p

Bulthuis, Douglas A. (1982). Studies on the seagrass, Heterozostera tasmanica, in Western Port and Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia. (Westernport Regional environmental study guidelines for water quality control: final report for task R804; Land use and erosion control guidelines for the Western Port catchment: final report for task R806). Marine Science Laboratories, Queenscliff. 186p

Bulthuis, Douglas A. and Woelkerling, Wm. J. (1983). Biomass accumulation and shading effects of epiphytes on leaves of the seagrass, Heterozostera tasmanica, in Victoria, Australia. Aquatic Botany 16, 137-148

Bulthuis, D., Alexrad, D.M., Bremmer, A.J., Coleman, N., Holmes, N.J., Krebs, C.T., Marchant, and J.W., Mickelson, M.J. (1984). Loss of seagrasses in Western Port. (Progress report no. 1, December 1983 to March 1984) (Internal report no. 73). Marine Science Laboratories, Queenscliff. 10p

Denning, N. and Strother, S. (1986). The macrobenthic fauna associated with Victorian seagrass ecosytems. In: 'Victorian seagrass ecosystems' (Eds H. Hudson and S. Strother) p.42-49 (Deakin University, Geelong)

Edgar, Graham and Kirkman, Hugh ed. (1990). Recovery and restoration of seagrass habitat of significance to commercial fisheries: report of a workshop held on 28-30 June, 1989 Melbourne, Australia (VIMS working paper no. 19). Victorian Institute of Marine Sciences, East Melbourne.37p

Fabris, G.J., Harris, J.E., and Tawfik, F.A. (1982). Heavy metals in decomposing seagrasses. (Marine Science laboratories technical report No. 20). Marine Science Laboratories, Queenscliff. 30p

Ferguson Wood, E.J. (1959). Some East Australian sea-grass communities. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 84 (part 2), 218-226

Hamdorf, Ian and Kirkman, Hugh (1995). Status of Australian seagrass: issues paper - March 1995. Fisheries Pollution and Marine Environment Committee, Canberra. 32p

Hudson, H.A. and Strother, S. (ed) (1988). A preliminary study of the seagrasses and associated macrobenthic fauna of Swan Bay, Victoria. Swan Bay Research Group report number 1. Deakin University, School of Sciences, Geelong. 30p

Jenkins, G.P., Edgar, G.J., May, H.M.A. and Shaw, C. (1993). Ecological basis for parallel declines in seagrass habitat and catches of commercial fish in Western Port Bay, Victoria. In: 'Proceedings: Sustainable fisheries through sustaining fish habitat'. Australian Society for Fish Biology workshop, Victor Harbour, SA, 12-13 August, 1992, (ed D.A.Hancock) pp.124-136. (AGPS, Canberra)

Jenkins, Greg, Watson, Graeme and Hammond, Laurie (1994a). Research targets seagrass habitats. Australian Fisheries June, 27-29

Jessop, R., Holmes, N. and Strother, S. (1986). Seagrass as a habitat for juvenile fish. In: 'Victorian seagrass ecosystems' (Eds H. Hudson and S. Strother) pp. 50-56. (Deakin University, Geelong)

Keough, M.J. and Jenkins, G.P. (1995). Seagrass meadows and their inhabitants. In: 'Coastal marine ecology of temperate Australia' (Eds A.J Underwood and M.G. Chapman) pp.221-239 (UNSW Press Sydney)

Kerr, Elizabeth (1982). The Distribution of seagrasses in Swan Bay.
Geelong Naturalist. 19 (3), 59-73

Kerr. E.A., and Strother, S. (1985). Effects of irradiance temperature and salinity on photosynthesis of Zostera muelleri. Aquatic Botany 23, 177-183

Kerr. E.A., and Strother, S. (1989). Seasonal changes in leaf growth rate of Zostera muelleri Irmisch ex Aschers, in South-Eastern Australia. Aquatic Botany 33, 131-140

Kerr. E.A., and Strother, S. (1990). Seasonal changes in standing crop of Zostera muelleri in south-eastern Australia. Aquatic Botany 38, 369-376

Kerr, E. and Strother, S. (1986). Seasonal variation in productivity of Zostera muelleri. In: 'Victorian seagrass ecosystems' (Ed H. Hudson and S. Strother) p.17-21 (Deakin University, Geelong)

Longmore, Andrew R. (2002). Causes of seagrass loss in Swan Bay and prospects for recovery by Andrew R. Longmore, Geoff J. Nicholson and Brett Abbott. Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute, Queenscliff. (Internal report) 44p.

Longmore, A.R. and Nicholson, G. (2001). Monitoring seagrassdensity in Swan Bay near the proposed MAFRI “Narrows” site. Internal Report No.23. Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute, Queenscliff. (Bound with Fabris, G. Baseline monitoring at the proposed MAFRI “Narrows” site). 14p.

Seagrass meadows (1998). Marine and Coastal Community Network, Melbourne. 4p

Shepherd, S.A., McComb, A.J., Bulthuis, D.A., Neveraukas, V., Steffensen, D.A. and West, R. (1989). Decline of seagrasses. In: 'Biology of seagrasses: a treatise on the biology of seagrasses with special reference to the Australian region'. (Eds A.W.D. Larkum, McComb, A.J., and Shepherd, S.A.) pp.346-393 (Elsevier, Amsterdam)

State Pollution Control Commission, New South Wales. (1978). Seagrasses of Botany Bay: environmental control study of Botany Bay. State Pollution Control Commission, Sydney. 62p

Strother, Stan (1988). Seagrass - an important marine resource. Trees and Natural Resources 30 (3) Sept. pp. 6-7

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