Griffith Research Online
Griffith Research Online (GRO) is a digital archive of research and scholarship from Griffith University, Brisbane, Australia.
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The importance of high-quality algal food sources in stream food webs - current status and future perspectives (Freshwater Biology, 2016)1. While many streams and rivers are dominated by terrestrial inputs of organic carbon, algae are an important trophic base for stream food webs. However, the nutritional importance of algae for stream invertebrates only ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2010)Coastal wetlands provide important ecological services to the coastal zone, one of which is sediment retention. In this study we investigated sediment retention across a range of geomorphological settings and across ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2015)Increases in sea level are a threat to seaward fringing mangrove forests if levels of inundation exceed the physiological tolerance of the trees; however, tidal wetlands can keep pace with sea level rise if soil surface ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
Drop-out during a randomized trial with adolescents with intellectual disability was associated with participant burden, while drop-out at study exit was associated with carer and household characteristics (Research in Developmental Disabilities, 2017)Background: People with intellectual disability are difficult to retain in longitudinal studies. Research on determinants of study retention for individual-carer dyads, and their reasons for drop-out, are limited. ...JOURNAL ARTICLE
(Freshwater Biology, 2015)1. Benthic algae play an important role in many stream food webs, not only serving as a major carbon source but also influencing energy transfer as the primary source of polyunsaturated fatty acids (PUFA). Dietary deficiency ...JOURNAL ARTICLE