Roberta D’Archino

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Rhodolith beds are recognised internationally as unique ecosystems, harbouring a high diversity and abundance of marine biota. Beds typically occur in environments of moderate exposure and coarse sandy sediments, in which individual rhodoliths are not moved away from the beds, and do not get buried by fine sediments. For the first time in New Zealand, we(More)
Recent research voyages in the New Zealand region have resulted in new macroalgal specimens and underwater imagery from a range of deepwater habitats in coastal and offshore areas. In addition, targeted surveys have enabled the investigation of the biodiversity of specific island and shelf regions of New Zealand, and assemblages in biogenic habitats, as(More)
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