Daniel Pritchard
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Diversity of carbon use strategies in a kelp forest community: implications for a high CO2 ocean
CD Hepburn, DW Pritchard, CE Cornwall, RJ McLeod, J Beardall, ...
Global Change Biology 17 (7), 2488-2497, 2011
2532011
Carbon‐use strategies in macroalgae: Differential responses to lowered pH and implications for ocean acidification
CE Cornwall, CD Hepburn, D Pritchard, KI Currie, CM McGraw, KA Hunter, ...
Journal of Phycology 48 (1), 137-144, 2012
1772012
FRAIR: an R package for fitting and comparing consumer functional responses
DW Pritchard, RA Paterson, HC Bovy, D Barrios‐O'Neill
Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 2017
1082017
Predicting invasive species impacts: a community module functional response approach reveals context dependencies
RA Paterson, JTA Dick, DW Pritchard, M Ennis, MJ Hatcher, AM Dunn
Journal of Animal Ecology 84 (2), 453-463, 2015
722015
Light limitation within southern New Zealand kelp forest communities
MJ Desmond, DW Pritchard, CD Hepburn
PloS one 10 (4), e0123676, 2015
422015
Predator cue studies reveal strong trait-mediated effects in communities despite variation in experimental designs
RA Paterson, DW Pritchard, JTA Dick, ME Alexander, MJ Hatcher, ...
Animal Behaviour 86 (6), 1301-1313, 2013
412013
Strangford Lough and the SeaGen Tidal Turbine
G Savidge, D Ainsworth, S Bearhop, N Christen, B Elsaesser, F Fortune, ...
Marine Renewable Energy Technology and Environmental Interactions, 153-172, 2014
362014
Survival in low light: photosynthesis and growth of a red alga in relation to measured in situ irradiance
DW Pritchard, CL Hurd, J Beardall, CD Hepburn
Journal of Phycology 49 (5), 867-879, 2013
342013
Photosynthetic response of monospecific macroalgal stands to density
DK Richards, CL Hurd, DW Pritchard, SR Wing, CD Hepburn
Aquatic Biology 13 (1), 41-49, 2011
292011
Restricted use of nitrate and a strong preference for ammonium reflects the nitrogen ecophysiology of a light‐limited red alga
DW Pritchard, CL Hurd, J Beardall, CD Hepburn
Journal of Phycology 51 (2), 277-287, 2015
262015
The modelling of tidal turbine farms using multi-scale, unstructured mesh models
SC Kramer, MD Piggott, J Hill, L Kregting, D Pritchard, B Elsaesser
Proceedings of the 2nd International Conference on Environmental …, 2014
132014
FRAIR: functional response analysis in R
DW Pritchard
R package version 0.4, 2014
102014
Challenges to traditional management of connected ecosystems within a fractured regulatory landscape: A case study from southern New Zealand
CD Hepburn, AM Jackson, DW Pritchard, N Scott, PH Vanderburg, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 (9), 1535-1546, 2019
92019
Using coupled hydrodynamic biogeochemical models to predict the effects of tidal turbine arrays on phytoplankton dynamics
P Schuchert, L Kregting, D Pritchard, G Savidge, B Elsäßer
Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 6 (2), 58, 2018
92018
Ecotones as indicators: boundary properties in wetland-woodland transition zones
G Brownstein, C Johns, A Fletcher, D Pritchard, PD Erskine
Community Ecology 16 (2), 235-243, 2015
72015
Light dose versus rate of delivery: implications for macroalgal productivity
MJ Desmond, DW Pritchard, CD Hepburn
Photosynthesis research 132 (3), 257-264, 2017
62017
The ecophysiology of the deep-water macroalga Anotrichium crinitum (Kützing) Baldock
DW Pritchard
University of Otago, 2011
62011
Ocean acidification may threaten a unique seaweed community and associated industry in the Baltic Sea
L Pajusalu, G Albert, E Fachon, CD Hepburn, J Kotta, K Liversage, ...
Journal of Applied Phycology, 1-10, 2019
42019
Turf wars: experimental tests for alternative stable states in a two-phase coastal ecosystem
G Brownstein, WG Lee, DW Pritchard, JB Wilson
Ecology 95 (2), 411-424, 2014
42014
Coupled hydrodynamic and wastewater plume models of Belfast Lough, Northern Ireland: A predictive tool for future ecological studies
D Pritchard, G Savidge, B Elsäßer
Marine pollution bulletin 77 (1-2), 290-299, 2013
42013
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