Graeme F Clark
TitleCited byYear
The role of propagule pressure in invasion success
EL Johnston, RF Piola, GF Clark
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems, 133-151, 2009
952009
Light‐driven tipping points in polar ecosystems
GF Clark, JS Stark, EL Johnston, JW Runcie, PM Goldsworthy, ...
Global Change Biology 19 (12), 3749-3761, 2013
892013
Propagule pressure and disturbance interact to overcome biotic resistance of marine invertebrate communities
GF Clark, EL Johnston
Oikos 118 (11), 1679-1686, 2009
882009
Temporal change in the diversity–invasibility relationship in the presence of a disturbance regime
GF Clark, EL Johnston
Ecology Letters 14 (1), 52-57, 2011
832011
The challenge of choosing environmental indicators of anthropogenic impacts in estuaries
KA Dafforn, SL Simpson, BP Kelaher, GF Clark, V Komyakova, ...
Environmental Pollution 163, 207-217, 2012
762012
Manipulating larval supply in the field: a controlled study of marine invasibility
GF Clark, EL Johnston
Marine Ecology Progress Series 298, 9-19, 2005
662005
Coastal urban lighting has ecological consequences for multiple trophic levels under the sea
D Bolton, M Mayer-Pinto, GF Clark, KA Dafforn, WA Brassil, A Becker, ...
Science of the Total Environment 576, 1-9, 2017
302017
Polychaete richness and abundance enhanced in anthropogenically modified estuaries despite high concentrations of toxic contaminants
KA Dafforn, BP Kelaher, SL Simpson, MA Coleman, PA Hutchings, ...
PLoS One 8 (9), e77018, 2013
282013
Assessing national biodiversity trends for rocky and coral reefs through the integration of citizen science and scientific monitoring programs
RD Stuart-Smith, GJ Edgar, NS Barrett, AE Bates, SC Baker, NJ Bax, ...
Bioscience 67 (2), 134-146, 2017
252017
Intrinsic time dependence in the diversity–invasibility relationship
GF Clark, EL Johnston, B Leung
Ecology 94 (1), 25-31, 2013
242013
Invasion expansion: time since introduction best predicts global ranges of marine invaders
JE Byers, RS Smith, JM Pringle, GF Clark, PE Gribben, CL Hewitt, ...
Scientific reports 5, 12436, 2015
232015
Recipient environment more important than community composition in determining the success of an experimental sponge transplant
EL Johnston, GF Clark
Restoration Ecology 15 (4), 638-651, 2007
232007
Vulnerability of A ntarctic shallow invertebrate‐dominated ecosystems
GF Clark, B Raymond, MJ Riddle, JS Stark, EL Johnston
Austral Ecology 40 (4), 482-491, 2015
222015
The role of habitat complexity in community development is mediated by resource availability
RS Smith, EL Johnston, GF Clark
PloS one 9 (7), e102920, 2014
222014
Elevated nutrients change bacterial community composition and connectivity: high throughput sequencing of young marine biofilms
JC Lawes, BA Neilan, MV Brown, GF Clark, EL Johnston
Biofouling 32 (1), 57-69, 2016
202016
Seasonal variation in the effects of ocean warming and acidification on a native bryozoan, Celleporaria nodulosa
HMS Durrant, GF Clark, SA Dworjanyn, M Byrne, EL Johnston
Marine biology 160 (8), 1903-1911, 2013
202013
Putting marine sanctuaries into context: a comparison of estuary fish assemblages over multiple levels of protection and modification
AC McKinley, L Ryan, MA Coleman, NA Knott, G Clark, MD Taylor, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 21 (7), 636-648, 2011
202011
What does impacted look like? High diversity and abundance of epibiota in modified estuaries
GF Clark, BP Kelaher, KA Dafforn, MA Coleman, NA Knott, EM Marzinelli, ...
Environmental Pollution 196, 12-20, 2015
192015
Effects of sea-ice cover on marine benthic communities: a natural experiment in Commonwealth Bay, East Antarctica
GF Clark, EM Marzinelli, CJ Fogwill, CSM Turney, EL Johnston
Polar Biology 38 (8), 1213-1222, 2015
152015
Responses of ghost crabs to habitat modification of urban sandy beaches
TP Stelling-Wood, GF Clark, AGB Poore
Marine environmental research 116, 32-40, 2016
142016
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