Matthew W. Fraser
Matthew W. Fraser
Research Fellow, Oceans Institute & School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia
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Extreme temperatures, foundation species, and abrupt ecosystem change: an example from an iconic seagrass ecosystem
JA Thomson, DA Burkholder, MR Heithaus, JW Fourqurean, MW Fraser, ...
Global change biology 21 (4), 1463-1474, 2015
Extreme climate events lower resilience of foundation seagrass at edge of biogeographical range
MW Fraser, GA Kendrick, J Statton, RK Hovey, A Zavala‐Perez, DI Walker
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1528-1536, 2014
Photosynthetic response to globally increasing CO2 of co‐occurring temperate seagrass species
J Borum, O Pedersen, L Kotula, MW Fraser, J Statton, TD Colmer, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 39 (6), 1240-1250, 2016
Too hot to handle: unprecedented seagrass death driven by marine heatwave in a World Heritage Area
S Strydom, K Murray, S Wilson, B Huntley, M Rule, M Heithaus, C Bessey, ...
Global change biology 26 (6), 3525-3538, 2020
A systematic review of how multiple stressors from an extreme event drove ecosystem-wide loss of resilience in an iconic seagrass community
GA Kendrick, RJ Nowicki, YS Olsen, S Strydom, MW Fraser, EA Sinclair, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 455, 2019
Seagrass restoration is possible: insights and lessons from Australia and New Zealand
YM Tan, O Dalby, GA Kendrick, J Statton, EA Sinclair, MW Fraser, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 617, 2020
Effects of dredging on critical ecological processes for marine invertebrates, seagrasses and macroalgae, and the potential for management with environmental windows using …
MW Fraser, J Short, G Kendrick, D McLean, J Keesing, M Byrne, MJ Caley, ...
Ecological Indicators 78, 229-242, 2017
Belowground stressors and long-term seagrass declines in a historically degraded seagrass ecosystem after improved water quality
MW Fraser, GA Kendrick
Scientific reports 7 (1), 1-11, 2017
The role of Thalassoma lunare as a predator of juvenile fish on a sub-tropical coral reef
TH Holmes, SK Wilson, M Vanderklift, R Babcock, M Fraser
Coral Reefs, 1-11, 2012
Science behind management of Shark Bay and Florida Bay, two P-limited subtropical systems with different climatology and human pressures
GA Kendrick, JW Fourqurean, MW Fraser, MR Heithaus, G Jackson, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (11), 941-951, 2012
Seagrass derived organic matter influences biogeochemistry, microbial communities, and seedling biomass partitioning in seagrass sediments
MW Fraser, J Statton, RK Hovey, B Laverock, GA Kendrick
Plant and Soil 400 (1-2), 133-146, 2016
Coastal connectivity and spatial subsidy from a microbial perspective
C Säwström, GA Hyndes, BD Eyre, MJ Huggett, MW Fraser, PS Lavery, ...
Ecology and evolution 6 (18), 6662-6671, 2016
Metagenomic evidence of microbial community responsiveness to phosphorus and salinity gradients in seagrass sediments
MW Fraser, DB Gleeson, PF Grierson, B Laverock, GA Kendrick
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 1703, 2018
Strategy for assessing impacts in ephemeral tropical seagrasses
RK Hovey, J Statton, MW Fraser, L Ruiz-Montoya, A Zavala-Perez, ...
Marine pollution bulletin 101 (2), 594-599, 2015
Nutrient status of seagrasses cannot be inferred from system-scale distribution of phosphorus in Shark Bay, Western Australia
MW Fraser, GA Kendrick, PF Grierson, JW Fourqurean, MA Vanderklift, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (11), 1015-1026, 2012
Root microbiomes as indicators of seagrass health
BC Martin, MS Alarcon, D Gleeson, JA Middleton, MW Fraser, MH Ryan, ...
FEMS microbiology ecology 96 (2), fiz201, 2020
Hydrogen sulfide intrusion in seagrasses from Shark Bay, Western Australia
ML Cambridge, MW Fraser, M Holmer, J Kuo, GA Kendrick
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (11), 1027-1038, 2012
Cutting out the middle clam: lucinid endosymbiotic bacteria are also associated with seagrass roots worldwide
BC Martin, JA Middleton, MW Fraser, IPG Marshall, VV Scholz, B Hausl, ...
The ISME Journal 14 (11), 2901-2905, 2020
In situ oxygen dynamics in rhizomes of the seagrass Posidonia sinuosa: impact of light, water column oxygen, current speed and wave velocity
YS Olsen, MW Fraser, BC Martin, A Pomeroy, R Lowe, O Pedersen, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 590, 67-77, 2018
Salinity stress drives herbivory rates and selective grazing in subtidal seagrass communities
SY Bell, MW Fraser, J Statton, GA Kendrick
Plos one 14 (3), e0214308, 2019
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