Norman C Duke
Norman C Duke
Professorial Research Fellow, James Cook University
Verified email at jcu.edu.au - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Status and distribution of mangrove forests of the world using earth observation satellite data
C Giri, E Ochieng, LL Tieszen, Z Zhu, A Singh, T Loveland, J Masek, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (1), 154-159, 2011
15312011
A world without mangroves?
NC Duke, JO Meynecke, S Dittmann, AM Ellison, K Anger, U Berger, ...
Science 317, 41-42, 2007
10272007
Threats to mangroves from climate change and adaptation options: A review
EL Gilman, J Ellison, NC Duke, C Field
Aquatic Botany 89, 237-250, 2008
8052008
Mangrove Floristics and Biogeography
NC Duke
Tropical Mangrove Ecosystems; Robertson, AI and DM Alongi (eds.), 63-100, 1992
731*1992
The loss of species: mangrove extinction risk and geographic areas of global concern
BA Polidoro, KE Carpenter, L Collins, NC Duke, AM Ellison, JC Ellison, ...
PLoS ONE 5, e10095, 2010
6632010
Mangrove production and carbon sinks: A revision of global budget estimates
S Bouillon, AV Borges, E Castaneda-Moya, K Diele, T Dittmar, NC Duke, ...
Global Biogeochemical Cycles 22, 2008
6472008
Factors influencing biodiversity and distributional gradients in mangroves
NC Duke, MC Ball, JC Ellison
Global Ecology and Biogeography Letters 7, 27-47, 1998
6371998
Mangroves as nursery sites: comparisons of the abundance and species composition of fish and crustaceans in mangroves and other nearshore habitats in tropical Australia
AI Robertson, NC Duke
Mar. Biol 96, 193-205, 1987
5361987
Australia's Mangroves: the authoritative guide to Australia's mangrove plants
NC Duke
Norman C Duke & the University of Queensland, 2006
2672006
Mangrove fish-communities in tropical Queensland, Australia: spatial and temporal patterns in densities, biomass and community structure
AI Robertson, NC Duke
Marine Biology 104 (3), 369-379, 1990
2371990
Phenological trends with latitude in the mangrove tree Avicennia marina
NC Duke
The Journal of Ecology, 113-133, 1990
1891990
Water quality in the Great Barrier Reef region: responses of mangrove, seagrass and macroalgal communities
B Schaffelke, J Mellors, NC Duke
Marine Pollution Bulletin 51 (1-4), 279-296, 2005
1782005
GENETIC STRUCTURE AND EVOLUTION OF SPECIES IN THE MANGROVE GENUS AVICENNIA (AVICENNIACEAE) IN THE INDO‐WEST PACIFIC
NC Duke, JAH Benzie, JA Goodall, ER Ballment
Evolution 52 (6), 1612-1626, 1998
1501998
Gap creation and regenerative processes driving diversity and structure of mangrove ecosystems
NC Duke
Wetlands Ecology and Management 9 (3), 267-279, 2001
1452001
Advances and limitations of individual-based models to analyze and predict dynamics of mangrove forests: A review
U Berger, VH Rivera-Monroy, TW Doyle, F Dahdouh-Guebas, NC Duke, ...
Aquatic Botany 89 (2), 260-274, 2008
1352008
Recruitment, growth and residence time of fishes in a tropical Australian mangrove system
AI Robertson, NC Duke
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 31 (5), 723-743, 1990
1351990
Effect of bioremediation on the microbial community in oiled mangrove sediments
MA Ramsay, RPJ Swannell, WA Shipton, NC Duke, RT Hill
Marine Pollution Bulletin 41 (7-12), 413-419, 2000
1292000
A systematic revision of the mangrove genus Avicennia (Avicenniaceae) in Australasia
NC Duke
Australian Systematic Botany 4 (2), 299-324, 1991
1271991
Observations on the floral and vegetative phenologies of north-eastern Australian mangroves
NC Duke, JS Bunt, WT Williams
Australian Journal of Botany 32 (1), 87-99, 1984
1261984
Linking spatial metrics and fish catch reveals the importance of coastal wetland connectivity to inshore fisheries in Queensland, Australia
JO Meynecke, SY Lee, NC Duke
Biological Conservation 141 (4), 981-996, 2008
1172008
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