Professor Peter J Ralph
Professor Peter J Ralph
Climate Change Cluster (C3), University of Technology Sydney
Verified email at uts.edu.au - Homepage
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Rapid light curves: a powerful tool to assess photosynthetic activity
PJ Ralph, R Gademann
Aquatic botany 82 (3), 222-237, 2005
10762005
Coral bleaching: the role of the host
AH Baird, R Bhagooli, PJ Ralph, S Takahashi
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 24 (1), 16-20, 2009
4942009
Impact of light limitation on seagrasses
PJ Ralph, MJ Durako, S Enriquez, CJ Collier, MA Doblin
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 350 (1-2), 176-193, 2007
4232007
Photosynthetic response of Halophila ovalis to heavy metal stress
PJ Ralph, MD Burchett
Environmental Pollution 103 (1), 91-101, 1998
2811998
Assessment of photosynthetic performance of Prochloron in Lissoclinum patella in hospite by chlorophyll fluorescence measurements
U Schreiber, R Gademann, PJ Ralph, AWD Larkum
Plant and Cell Physiology 38 (8), 945-951, 1997
2611997
Human impacts on seagrasses: eutrophication, sedimentation, and contamination
PJ Ralph, D Tomasko, K Moore, S Seddon, CMO Macinnis-Ng
Seagrasses: biology, ecologyand conservation, 567-593, 2007
2512007
The impact of the herbicide diuron on photosynthesis in three species of tropical seagrass
D Haynes, P Ralph, J Prange, B Dennison
Marine pollution bulletin 41 (7-12), 288-293, 2000
2482000
A niche for cyanobacteria containing chlorophyll d
M Kühl, M Chen, PJ Ralph, U Schreiber, AWD Larkum
Nature 433 (7028), 820-820, 2005
2132005
Quantifying and modelling the carbon sequestration capacity of seagrass meadows–a critical assessment
PI Macreadie, ME Baird, SM Trevathan-Tackett, AWD Larkum, PJ Ralph
Marine pollution bulletin 83 (2), 430-439, 2014
2092014
In situ seagrass photosynthesis measured using a submersible, pulse-amplitude modulated fluorometer
PJ Ralph, R Gademann, WC Dennison
Marine Biology 132 (3), 367-373, 1998
1741998
Herbicide toxicity of Halophila ovalis assessed by chlorophyll a fluorescence
PJ Ralph
Aquatic Botany 66 (2), 141-152, 2000
1592000
Seventy years of continuous encroachment substantially increases ‘blue carbon’capacity as mangroves replace intertidal salt marshes
JJ Kelleway, N Saintilan, PI Macreadie, CG Skilbeck, A Zawadzki, ...
Global change biology 22 (3), 1097-1109, 2016
1432016
Variation in bleaching sensitivity of two coral species across a latitudinal gradient on the Great Barrier Reef: the role of zooxanthellae
KE Ulstrup, R Berkelmans, PJ Ralph, MJH Van Oppen
Marine Ecology Progress Series 314, 135-148, 2006
1432006
Spatial heterogeneity in active chlorophyll fluorescence and PSII activity of coral tissues
P Ralph, R Gademann, A Larkum, M Kühl
Marine Biology 141 (4), 639-646, 2002
1422002
Estimating the potential for adaptation of corals to climate warming
NBM Csaszar, PJ Ralph, R Frankham, R Berkelmans, MJH van Oppen
PloS one 5 (3), e9751, 2010
1382010
CORAL PHOTOBIOLOGY STUDIED WITH A NEW IMAGING PULSE AMPLITUDE MODULATED FLUOROMETER1
PJ Ralph, U Schreiber, R Gademann, M Kühl, AWD Larkum
Journal of Phycology 41 (2), 335-342, 2005
1342005
Measurements of photosynthetic rates in seagrasses
S Beer, M Björk, R Gademann, P Ralph
Global seagrass research methods, 183-198, 2001
1312001
Impact of the wasting disease pathogen, Labyrinthula zosterae, on the photobiology of eelgrass Zostera marina
PJ Ralph, FT Short
Marine Ecology Progress Series 226, 265-271, 2002
1262002
In situ underwater measurements of photosynthetic activity of coral zooxanthellae and other reef-dwelling dinoflagellate endosymbionts
PJ Ralph, R Gademann, AWD Larkum, U Schreiber
Marine Ecology Progress Series 180, 139-147, 1999
1241999
Can we manage coastal ecosystems to sequester more blue carbon?
PI Macreadie, DA Nielsen, JJ Kelleway, TB Atwood, JR Seymour, ...
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 15 (4), 206-213, 2017
1232017
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