Publications by: Britta Schaffelke

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van Oppen, Madeleine J.H., Gates, Ruth D., Blackall, Linda L., Cantin, Neal, Chakravarti, Leela J., Chan, Wing Y., Cormick, Craig, Crean, Angela, Damjanovic, Katarina, Epstein, Hannah, Harrison, Peter L., Jones, Thomas A., Miller, Margaret, Pears, Rachel J., Peplow, Lesa M., Raftos, David A., Schaffelke, Britta, Stewart, Kirsten, Torda, Gergely, Wachenfeld, David, Weeks, Andrew R., and Putnam, Hollie M. (2017) Shifting paradigms in restoration of the world's coral reefs. Global Change Biology. pp. 1-12. (In Press)

Waterhouse, Jane, Schaffelke, Britta, Bartley, Rebecca, Eberhard, Rachel, Brodie, Jon, Star, Megan, Thorburn, Peter, Rolfe, John, Ronan, Mike, Taylor, Bruce, and Kroon, Frederieke (2017) 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement: land use impacts on the Great Barrier Reef water quality and ecosystem condition. Report. State of Queensland.

Schaffelke, Britta, Collier, Catherine, Kroon, Frederieke, Lough, Janice, McKenzie, Len, Ronan, Mike, Uthicke, Sven, and Brodie, Jon (2017) 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement: land use impacts on the Great Barrier Reef water quality and ecosystem condition, Chapter 1: the condition of coastal and marine ecosystems of the Great Barrioer Reef and their responses to water quality and disturbances. Report Section. State of Queensland.

Waterhouse, Jane, Schaffelke, Britta, Bartley, Rebecca, Eberhard, Rachel, Brodie, Jon, Star, Megan, Thorburn, Peter, Rolfe, John, Ronan, Mike, Taylor, Bruce, and Kroon, Frederieke (2017) 2017 Scientific Consensus Statement: land use impacts on the Great Barrier Reef water quality and ecosystem condition, Chapter 5: overview of key findings, management implications and knowledge gaps. Report Section. State of Queensland.

Angly, Florent E., Heath, Candice, Morgan, Thomas C., Tonin, Hemerson, Rich, Virginia, Schaffelke, Britta, Bourne, David G., and Tyson, Gene W. (2016) Marine microbial communities of the Great Barrier Reef lagoon are influenced by riverine floodwaters and seasonal weather events. PeerJ, 4. pp. 1-24.

McCook, L., Schaffelke, B., Apte, S., Brinkman, R., Brodie, J., Erftemeijer, P., Eyre, B., Hoogerwerf, F., Irvine, I., Jones, R., King, B., Marsh, H., Masini, R., Morton, R., Pitcher, R., Rasheed, M., Sheaves, M., Symonds, A., and Warne, M.St.J. (2015) Synthesis of current knowledge of the biophysical impacts of dredging and disposal on the Great Barrier Reef: report of an Independent Panel of Experts. Report. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

Pollock, F. Joseph, Lamb, Joleah B., Field, Stuart N., Heron, Scott F., Schaffelke, Britta, Shedrawi, George, Bourne, David G., and Willis, Bette L. (2014) Sediment and turbidity associated with offshore dredging increase coral disease prevalence on nearby reefs. PLoS ONE, 9 (7). pp. 1-9.

Lewis, Stephen E., Schaffelke, Britta, Shaw, Melanie, Bainbridge, Zoë T., Rohde, Ken W., Kennedy, Karen, Davis, Aaron M., Masters, Bronwyn L., Devlin, Michelle J., Mueller, Jochen F., and Brodie, Jon E. (2012) Assessing the additive risks of PSII herbicide exposure to the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65 (4-9). pp. 280-291.

Brodie, J.E., Kroon, F.J., Schaffelke, B., Wolanski, E.C., Lewis, S.E., Devlin, M.J., Bohnet, I.C., Bainbridge, Z.T., Waterhouse, J., and Davis, A.M. (2012) Terrestrial pollutant runoff to the Great Barrier Reef: an update of issues, priorities and management responses. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65 (4-9). pp. 81-100.

Haapkylä, Jessica, Unsworth, Richard K.F., Flavell, Mike, Bourne, David G., Schaffelke, Britta, and Willis, Bette L. (2011) Seasonal rainfall and runoff promote coral disease on an inshore reef. PLoS ONE, 6 (2). pp. 1-10.

Johnson, Johanna, Brando, Vittorio, Devlin, Michelle, McKenzie, Len, Morris, Sheridan, Schaffelke, Britta, Thompson, Angus, Waterhouse, Jane, and Waycott, M (2011) Reef Rescue Marine Monitoring Program: 2009/2010 synthesis report. Report. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, Cairns, QLD.

Lewis, Stephen E., Brodie, Jon E., Bainbridge, Zoe T., Rohde, Ken W., Davis, Aaron M., Masters, Bronwyn L., Maughan, Mirjam, Devlin, Michelle J., Mueller, Jochen F., and Schaffelke, Britta (2009) Herbicides: a new threat to the Great Barrier Reef. Environmental Pollution, 157 (8-9). pp. 2470-2484.

Devlin, Michelle, and Schaffelke, Britta (2009) Spatial extent of riverine flood plumes and exposure of marine ecosystems in the Tully coastal region, Great Barrier Reef. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60 (11). pp. 1109-1122.

Schaffelke, Britta, Smith, Jennifer E., and Hewitt, Chad L. (2006) Introduced macroalgae: a growing concern. Journal of Applied Phycology, 18 (3-5). pp. 529-541.

Schaffelke, Britta, and Deane, David (2005) Desiccation tolerance of the introduced marine green alga Codium fragile ssp. Tomentosoides - clues for likely transport vectors. Biological Invasions, 7 (4). pp. 577-587.

Schaffelke, Britta, Mellors, Jane, and Duke, Norman C. (2005) Water quality in the Great Barrier Reef region: responses of mangrove, seagrass and macroalgal communities. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51 (1-4). pp. 279-296.

Schaffelke, Britta, Heimann, Kirsten, Marshall, Paul A, and Ayling, A.M. (2004) Blooms of Chrysocystis fragilis on the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs, 23 (4). p. 514.

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