Richard B. Taylor
Richard B. Taylor
Senior Lecturer in Marine Ecology, Leigh Marine Laboratory, University of Auckland
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Global patterns in the impact of marine herbivores on benthic primary producers
AGB Poore, AH Campbell, RA Coleman, GJ Edgar, V Jormalainen, ...
Ecology letters 15 (8), 912-922, 2012
Mobile epifauna on subtidal brown sea-weeds in northeastern New Zealand
RB Taylor, RG Cole
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 115, 271-271, 1994
Density, biomass and productivity of animals in four subtidal rocky reef habitats: the importance of small mobile invertebrates
RB Taylor
Marine ecology progress series 172, 37-51, 1998
Effects of trampling by humans on animals inhabiting coralline algal turf in the rocky intertidal
PJ Brown, RB Taylor
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 235 (1), 45-53, 1999
Tissue-specific induction of herbivore resistance: seaweed response to amphipod grazing
RB Taylor, E Sotka, ME Hay
Oecologia 132, 68-76, 2002
Scaling of ammonium uptake by seaweeds to surface area: volume ratio: geographical variation and the role of uptake by passive diffusion
RB Taylor, JTA Peek, TAV Rees
Marine Ecology Progress Series 169, 143-148, 1998
Short-term dynamics of a seaweed epifaunal assemblage
RB Taylor
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 227 (1), 67-82, 1998
Excretory products of mobile epifauna as a nitrogen source for seaweeds
R Taylor, TAV Rees
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (4), 600-606, 1998
Seasonal variation in assemblages of mobile epifauna inhabiting three subtidal brown seaweeds in northeastern New Zealand
RB Taylor
Hydrobiologia 361, 25-35, 1997
Intraspecific variation in palatability and defensive chemistry of brown seaweeds: effects on herbivore fitness
RB Taylor, N Lindquist, J Kubanek, ME Hay
Oecologia 136, 412-423, 2003
Tissue-specific induction of resistance to herbivores in a brown seaweed: the importance of direct grazing versus waterborne signals from grazed neighbors
EE Sotka, RB Taylor, ME Hay
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 277 (1), 1-12, 2002
A comparative assessment of microwave assisted (MAE) and conventional solid-liquid (SLE) techniques for the extraction of phloroglucinol from brown seaweed
M Magnusson, AKL Yuen, R Zhang, JT Wright, RB Taylor, T Maschmeyer, ...
Algal research 23, 28-36, 2017
Harmful effects of sediment-induced turbidity on juvenile fish in estuaries
ML Lowe, MA Morrison, RB Taylor
Marine Ecology Progress Series 539, 241-254, 2015
Herbivory in the gammarid amphipod Aora typica: relationships between consumption rates, performance and abundance across ten seaweed species
RB Taylor, PJ Brown
Marine Biology 149, 455-463, 2006
Establishing baselines for recovery in a marine reserve (Poor Knights Islands, New Zealand) using local ecological knowledge
RB Taylor, MA Morrison, NT Shears
Biological Conservation 144 (12), 3038-3046, 2011
Host use by Australasian seaweed mesograzers in relation to feeding preferences of larger grazers
RB Taylor, PD Steinberg
Ecology 86 (11), 2955-2967, 2005
Density, biomass and productivity of small mobile invertebrates in a wide range of coastal habitats
A Cowles, JE Hewitt, RB Taylor
Marine Ecology Progress Series 384, 175-185, 2009
Wave surge increases rates of growth and nutrient uptake in the green seaweed Ulva pertusa maintained at low bulk flow velocities
NG Barr, A Kloeppel, TAV Rees, C Scherer, RB Taylor, A Wenzel
Aquatic biology 3 (2), 179-186, 2008
Relationships amongst length, weight and growth of north-eastern New Zealand reef fishes
RB Taylor, TJ Willis
Marine and Freshwater Research 49 (3), 255-260, 1998
Factors affecting the recovery of soft-sediment mussel reefs in the Firth of Thames, New Zealand
IM McLeod, DM Parsons, MA Morrison, A Le Port, RB Taylor
Marine and freshwater research 63 (1), 78-83, 2011
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