Matthew W. Fraser
Matthew W. Fraser
Research Fellow, Oceans Institute & School of Biological Sciences, University of Western Australia
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Extreme temperatures, foundation species, and abrupt ecosystem change: an example from an iconic seagrass ecosystem
JA Thomson, DA Burkholder, MR Heithaus, JW Fourqurean, MW Fraser, ...
Global Change Biology 21 (4), 1463-1474, 2015
Too hot to handle: Unprecedented seagrass death driven by marine heatwave in a World Heritage Area
S Strydom, K Murray, S Wilson, B Huntley, M Rule, M Heithaus, C Bessey, ...
Global change biology 26 (6), 3525-3538, 2020
Extreme climate events lower resilience of foundation seagrass at edge of biogeographical range
MW Fraser, GA Kendrick, J Statton, RK Hovey, A Zavala‐Perez, DI Walker
Journal of Ecology 102 (6), 1528-1536, 2014
Seagrass restoration is possible: insights and lessons from Australia and New Zealand
YM Tan, O Dalby, GA Kendrick, J Statton, EA Sinclair, MW Fraser, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 617, 2020
A systematic review of how multiple stressors from an extreme event drove ecosystem-wide loss of resilience in an iconic seagrass community
GA Kendrick, RJ Nowicki, YS Olsen, S Strydom, MW Fraser, EA Sinclair, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 455, 2019
Photosynthetic response to globally increasing CO2 of co‐occurring temperate seagrass species
J Borum, O Pedersen, L Kotula, MW Fraser, J Statton, TD Colmer, ...
Plant, Cell & Environment 39 (6), 1240-1250, 2016
Effects of dredging on critical ecological processes for marine invertebrates, seagrasses and macroalgae, and the potential for management with environmental windows using …
MW Fraser, J Short, G Kendrick, D McLean, J Keesing, M Byrne, MJ Caley, ...
Ecological Indicators 78, 229-242, 2017
Belowground stressors and long-term seagrass declines in a historically degraded seagrass ecosystem after improved water quality
MW Fraser, GA Kendrick
Scientific Reports 7 (1), 14469, 2017
Root microbiomes as indicators of seagrass health
BC Martin, MS Alarcon, D Gleeson, JA Middleton, MW Fraser, MH Ryan, ...
FEMS Microbiology Ecology 96 (2), fiz201, 2020
Metagenomic evidence of microbial community responsiveness to phosphorus and salinity gradients in seagrass sediments
MW Fraser, DB Gleeson, PF Grierson, B Laverock, GA Kendrick
Frontiers in microbiology 9, 1703, 2018
Seagrass derived organic matter influences biogeochemistry, microbial communities, and seedling biomass partitioning in seagrass sediments
MW Fraser, J Statton, RK Hovey, B Laverock, GA Kendrick
Plant and Soil 400, 133-146, 2016
Cable bacteria at oxygen‐releasing roots of aquatic plants: a widespread and diverse plant–microbe association
VV Scholz, BC Martin, R Meyer, A Schramm, MW Fraser, LP Nielsen, ...
New Phytologist 232 (5), 2138-2151, 2021
Coastal connectivity and spatial subsidy from a microbial perspective
C Säwström, GA Hyndes, BD Eyre, MJ Huggett, MW Fraser, PS Lavery, ...
Ecology and Evolution 6 (18), 6662-6671, 2016
Science behind management of Shark Bay and Florida Bay, two P-limited subtropical systems with different climatology and human pressures
GA Kendrick, JW Fourqurean, MW Fraser, MR Heithaus, G Jackson, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (11), 941-951, 2012
The role of Thalassoma lunare as a predator of juvenile fish on a sub-tropical coral reef
TH Holmes, SK Wilson, M Vanderklift, R Babcock, M Fraser
Coral Reefs, 1-11, 2012
Cutting out the middle clam: lucinid endosymbiotic bacteria are also associated with seagrass roots worldwide
BC Martin, JA Middleton, MW Fraser, IPG Marshall, VV Scholz, B Hausl, ...
The ISME journal 14 (11), 2901-2905, 2020
Nutrient status of seagrasses cannot be inferred from system-scale distribution of phosphorus in Shark Bay, Western Australia
MW Fraser, GA Kendrick, PF Grierson, JW Fourqurean, MA Vanderklift, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (11), 1015-1026, 2012
Strategy for assessing impacts in ephemeral tropical seagrasses
RK Hovey, J Statton, MW Fraser, L Ruiz-Montoya, A Zavala-Perez, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 101 (2), 594-599, 2015
In situ oxygen dynamics in rhizomes of the seagrass Posidonia sinuosa: impact of light, water column oxygen, current speed and wave velocity
YS Olsen, MW Fraser, BC Martin, A Pomeroy, R Lowe, O Pedersen, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 590, 67-77, 2018
Foods of Redwinged Starlings and the potential for avian dispersal of Acacia cyclops at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
MW Fraser
South African Journal of Ecology 1, 73-76, 1990
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