Thomas Wernberg, MSc, PhD

Affiliations: 
1999- UWA Oceans Institute & School of Biological Sciences University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia 
Area:
Seaweeds, kelp ecology, subtidal ecology, temperate reefs, global change
Website:
http://wernberglab.org
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Fredriksen S, Filbee-Dexter K, Norderhaug KM, et al. (2020) Green gravel: a novel restoration tool to combat kelp forest decline. Scientific Reports. 10: 3983
Gurgel CFD, Camacho O, Minne AJP, et al. (2020) Marine Heatwave Drives Cryptic Loss of Genetic Diversity in Underwater Forests. Current Biology : Cb
Pedersen MF, Filbee-Dexter K, Norderhaug KM, et al. (2019) Detrital carbon production and export in high latitude kelp forests. Oecologia
Filbee-Dexter K, Pedersen MF, Fredriksen S, et al. (2019) Carbon export is facilitated by sea urchins transforming kelp detritus. Oecologia
Zarco-Perello S, Langlois TJ, Holmes T, et al. (2019) Overwintering tropical herbivores accelerate detritus production on temperate reefs. Proceedings. Biological Sciences. 286: 20192046
Mamo LT, Benkendorff K, Butcherine P, et al. (2019) Resilience of a harvested gastropod, Turbo militaris, to marine heatwaves. Marine Environmental Research. 104769
Alsuwaiyan NA, Mohring MB, Cambridge M, et al. (2019) A review of protocols for the experimental release of kelp (Laminariales) zoospores. Ecology and Evolution. 9: 8387-8398
Bennett S, Duarte CM, Marbà N, et al. (2019) Integrating within-species variation in thermal physiology into climate change ecology. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 374: 20180550
Holbrook NJ, Scannell HA, Sen Gupta A, et al. (2019) A global assessment of marine heatwaves and their drivers. Nature Communications. 10: 2624
Wernberg T, Filbee-Dexter K. (2018) Grazers extend blue carbon transfer by slowing sinking speeds of kelp detritus. Scientific Reports. 8: 17180
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