Hannah Sheppard-Brennand
Hannah Sheppard-Brennand
PhD, Southern Cross University
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Impact of Ocean Warming and Ocean Acidification on Larval Development and Calcification in the Sea Urchin Tripneustes gratilla
H Sheppard Brennand, N Soars, SA Dworjanyn, AR Davis, M Byrne
PloS one 5 (6), e11372, 2010
Unshelled abalone and corrupted urchins: development of marine calcifiers in a changing ocean
M Byrne, M Ho, E Wong, NA Soars, P Selvakumaraswamy, ...
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 278 (1716), 2376-2383, 2011
Direct and indirect effects of ocean acidification and warming on a marine plant–herbivore interaction
AGB Poore, A Graba-Landry, M Favret, H Sheppard Brennand, M Byrne, ...
Oecologia 173, 1113-1124, 2013
Priority species to support the functional integrity of coral reefs
K Wolfe, K Anthony, RC Babcock, L Bay, DG Bourne, D Burrows, M Byrne, ...
Oceanography and marine biology, 2020
Ocean warming has greater and more consistent negative effects than ocean acidification on the growth and health of subtropical macroalgae
A Graba-Landry, AS Hoey, JK Matley, H Sheppard-Brennand, AGB Poore, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 595, 55-69, 2018
Global patterns in the effects of predator declines on sea urchins
H Sheppard‐Brennand, SA Dworjanyn, AGB Poore
Ecography 40 (9), 1029-1039, 2017
A waterborne pursuit-deterrent signal deployed by a sea urchin
H Sheppard-Brennand, AGB Poore, SA Dworjanyn
The American Naturalist 189 (6), 700-708, 2017
Recommendations to maintain functioning of the Great Barrier Reef
K Wolfe, K Anthony, D Audas, RC Babcock, L Bay, R Beeden, V Bonanno, ...
Reef and Rainforest Research Centre, 2019
Interactions Between Sea Urchins and Their Predators in a Changing Ocean
H Sheppard-Brennand
Interactions between sea urchins and their predators in a changing ocean
HJS Brennand
Southern Cross University, 2017
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