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The scleractinian corals of Moreton Bay, eastern Australia: high latitude, marginal assemblages with increasing species richness
Moreton Bay, located 27°S on the east coast of Australia, provides a rare instance of urban, subtropical, marginal coral reefs in an urbanised environment, adjacent to a major city 500 km south ofExpand
Mapping and characterisation of key biotic and physical attributes of the Torres Strait ecosystem: CRC-TS task number: T2.1 final report
The Torres Strait Protected Zone (TSPZ) is a unique area of ecological and cultural significance, shared under an international treaty with Papua New Guinea. As a joint management area, activitiesExpand
Coral reproduction in a high-latitude, marginal reef environment (Moreton Bay, south-east Queensland, Australia)
Numerous factors are hypothesised to limit the geographical distribution of reef organisms, such as corals. For example, high-latitude populations of some marine invertebrates are not reproductive,Expand
National climate change adaptation research plan: Freshwater biodiversity
Climate change will alter the basic physical and chemical environment underpinning all life. Species will be affected differentially by these alterations, resulting in changes to the structure andExpand
Excavation, habitation and transportation of massive corals by the crab Actumnus setifer (Crustacea: Brachyura: Pilumnidae) in Moreton Bay, Queensland
Previously unreported coral-carrying, and coral-burrowing, behaviour is described and illustrated for Actumnus setifer from Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia. A. setifer typically inhabits excavatedExpand