Publications by: Abigail L. Scott

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Scott, Abigail L., York, Paul H., and Rasheed, Michael A. (2021) Herbivory has a major influence on structure and condition of a Great Barrier Reef subtropical seagrass meadow. Estuaries and Coasts. (In Press)

Scott, Abigail L., York, Paul H., and Rasheed, Michael A. (2021) Spatial and temporal patterns in macroherbivore grazing in a multi-species tropical seagrass meadow of the Great Barrier Reef. Diversity, 13 (1). 12.

Scott, Abigail L., York, Paul H., and Rasheed, Michael A. (2020) Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) grazing plot formation creates structural changes in a multi-species Great Barrier Reef seagrass meadow. Marine Environmental Research, 162. 105183.

Jinks, Kristin I., Brown, Christopher J., Rasheed, Michael A., Scott, Abigail L., Sheaves, Marcus, York, Paul H., and Connolly, Rod M. (2019) Habitat complexity influences the structure of food webs in Great Barrier Reef seagrass meadows. Ecosphere, 10 (11). e02928.

Scott, Abigail L., York, Paul H., Duncan, Clare, Macreadie, Peter I., Connolly, Rod M., Ellis, Megan T., Jarvis, Jessie C., Jinks, Kristin I., Marsh, Helene, and Rasheed, Michael A. (2018) The role of herbivory in structuring tropical seagrass ecosystem service delivery. Frontiers in Plant Science, 9. 127.

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