Thibaut de Bettignies, PhD

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2013 Edith Cowan University 
 2015 The University of Western Australia, Crawley, Western Australia, Australia 
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Bennett S, Wernberg T, Arackal Joy B, et al. (2015) Central and rear-edge populations can be equally vulnerable to warming. Nature Communications. 6: 10280
Xiao X, de Bettignies T, Olsen YS, et al. (2015) Sensitivity and Acclimation of Three Canopy-Forming Seaweeds to UVB Radiation and Warming. Plos One. 10: e0143031
De Bettignies T, Wernberg T, Lavery PS, et al. (2015) Phenological decoupling of mortality from wave forcing in kelp beds. Ecology. 96: 850-61
Marzinelli EM, Campbell AH, Zozaya Valdes E, et al. (2015) Continental-scale variation in seaweed host-associated bacterial communities is a function of host condition, not geography. Environmental Microbiology
Bennett S, Wernberg T, de Bettignies T, et al. (2015) Canopy interactions and physical stress gradients in subtidal communities. Ecology Letters. 18: 677-86
De Bettignies T, Wernberg T, Lavery PS, et al. (2015) Phenological decoupling of mortality from wave forcing in kelp beds Ecology. 96: 850-861
Marzinelli EM, Campbell AH, Zozaya Valdes E, et al. (2015) Continental-scale variation in seaweed host-associated bacterial communities is a function of host condition, not geography Environmental Microbiology
de Bettignies T, Wernberg T, Lavery PS, et al. (2013) Contrasting mechanisms of dislodgement and erosion contribute to production of kelp detritus Limnology and Oceanography. 58: 1680-1688
Wernberg T, Smale DA, Tuya F, et al. (2013) An extreme climatic event alters marine ecosystem structure in a global biodiversity hotspot Nature Climate Change. 3: 78-82
de Bettignies T, Wernberg T, Lavery PS. (2013) Size, not morphology, determines hydrodynamic performance of a kelp during peak flow Marine Biology. 160: 843-851
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