Gustaaf Hallegraeff
Gustaaf Hallegraeff
Professor of Marine Science, University of Tasmania
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A review of harmful algal blooms and their apparent global increase
GM Hallegraeff
Phycologia 32 (2), 79-99, 1993
29411993
Harmful algal blooms: a global overview
GM Hallegraeff
Manual on harmful marine microalgae 33, 1-22, 2003
8462003
OCEAN CLIMATE CHANGE, PHYTOPLANKTON COMMUNITY RESPONSES, AND HARMFUL ALGAL BLOOMS: A FORMIDABLE PREDICTIVE CHALLENGE1
GM Hallegraeff
Journal of phycology 46 (2), 220-235, 2010
7442010
Progress in understanding harmful algal blooms: paradigm shifts and new technologies for research, monitoring, and management
DM Anderson, AD Cembella, GM Hallegraeff
Annual review of marine science 4, 143-176, 2012
6172012
Manual on harmful marine microalgae
GM Hallegraeff, DM Anderson, AD Cembella, HO Enevoldsen
Unesco, 2004
5612004
Transport of diatom and dinoflagellate resting spores in ships' ballast water: implications for plankton biogeography and aquaculture
GM Hallegraeff, CJ Bolch
Journal of plankton research 14 (8), 1067-1084, 1992
5111992
Transport of toxic dinoflagellates via ships ballast water: bioeconomic risk assessment and efficacy of possible ballast water management strategies
GM Hallegraeff
Marine Ecology Progress Series 168, 297-309, 1998
4011998
Transport of toxic dinoflagellate cysts via ships' ballast water
GM Hallegraeff, CJ Bolch
Marine pollution bulletin 22 (1), 27-30, 1991
3441991
Algicidal effects of a novel marinepseudoalteromonas isolate (Class Proteobacteria, Gamma Subdivision) on harmful algal bloom species of the generachattonella, gymnodinium …
C Lovejoy, JP Bowman, GM Hallegraeff
Applied and Environmental Microbiology 64 (8), 2806-2813, 1998
3391998
VEGETATIVE REPRODUCTION AND SEXUAL LIFE CYCLE OF THE TOXIC DINOFLAGELLATE GYMNODINIUM CATENATUM FROM TASMANIA, AUSTRALIA1
SI Blackburn, GM Hallegraeff, CJ Bolch
Journal of Phycology 25 (3), 577-590, 1989
2961989
Molecular evolution of the Alexandrium tamarense ‘species complex’(Dinophyceae): dispersal in the North American and West Pacific regions
CA Scholin, GM Hallegraeff, DM Anderson
Phycologia 34 (6), 472-485, 1995
2331995
Comparative study on paralytic shellfish toxin profiles of the dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum from three different countries
Y Oshima, SI Blackburn, GM Hallegraeff
Marine Biology 116 (3), 471-476, 1993
2201993
Seasonal study of phytoplankton pigments and species at a coastal station off Sydney: importance of diatoms and the nanoplankton
GM Hallegraeff
Marine Biology 61 (2-3), 107-118, 1981
2201981
Three estuarine Australian dinoflagellates that can produce paralytic shellfish toxins
GM Hallegraeff, DA Steffensen, R Wetherbee
Journal of plankton research 10 (3), 533-541, 1988
2091988
Dinoflagellate Cysts in Recent Marine Sediments from Tasmania, Australia
CJ Bolch, GM Hallegraeff
Botanica Marina 33, 173-192, 1990
2081990
Chlorophyllase distribution in ten classes of phytoplankton: a problem for chlorophyll analysis
SW Jeffrey, GM Hallegraeff
Mar. Ecol. Prog. Ser 35 (3), 293-304, 1987
2081987
Millimeter-sized marine plastics: a new pelagic habitat for microorganisms and invertebrates
J Reisser, J Shaw, G Hallegraeff, M Proietti, DKA Barnes, M Thums, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e100289, 2014
2062014
Harmful algal blooms in the Australian region
GM Hallegraeff
Marine pollution bulletin 25 (5-8), 186-190, 1992
1851992
Tropical phytoplankton species and pigments of continental shelf waters of north and north-west Australia.
GM Hallegraeff, SW Jeffrey
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 20 (1), 59-74, 1984
1851984
Dinoflagellate Gymnodinium catenatum as the source of paralytic shellfish toxins in Tasmanian shellfish
Y Oshima, M Hasegawa, T Yasumoto, G Hallegraeff, S Blackburn
Toxicon 25 (10), 1105-1111, 1987
1841987
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