Dominic McAfee
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Latitudinal gradients in ecosystem engineering by oysters vary across habitats
D McAfee, VJ Cole, MJ Bishop
Ecology 97 (4), 929-939, 2016
592016
Everyone loves a success story: optimism inspires conservation engagement
D McAfee, ZA Doubleday, N Geiger, SD Connell
BioScience 69 (4), 274-281, 2019
442019
Fast‐growing oysters show reduced capacity to provide a thermal refuge to intertidal biodiversity at high temperatures
D McAfee, WA O'Connor, MJ Bishop
Journal of Animal Ecology 86 (6), 1352-1362, 2017
332017
Structural traits dictate abiotic stress amelioration by intertidal oysters
D McAfee, MJ Bishop, TN Yu, GA Williams
Functional ecology 32 (12), 2666-2677, 2018
202018
Environmental solutions sparked by environmental history
D McAfee, HK Alleway, SD Connell
Conservation Biology 34 (2), 2020
142020
The mechanisms by which oysters facilitate invertebrates vary across environmental gradients
D McAfee, MJ Bishop
Oecologia 189 (4), 1095-1106, 2019
122019
Conservation status of the oyster reef ecosystem of southern and eastern Australia
CL Gillies, SA Castine, HK Alleway, C Crawford, JA Fitzsimons, ...
Global Ecology and Conservation 22, e00988, 2020
92020
Balancing the Benefits of Optimism and Pessimism in Conservation
D McAfee, SD Connell
Trends in Ecology & Evolution 34 (8), 2019
82019
Intraspecific differences in the transcriptional stress response of two populations of Sydney rock oyster increase with rising temperatures
D McAfee, VR Cumbo, MJ Bishop, DA Raftos
Marine Ecology Progress Series 589, 115-127, 2018
72018
Stress across life stages: Impacts, responses and consequences for marine organisms
JYS Leung, D McAfee
Science of the Total Environment 700, 134491, 2020
42020
The global fall and rise of oyster reefs
D McAfee, SD Connell
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2021
32021
The value and opportunity of restoring Australia's lost rock oyster reefs
D McAfee, IM McLeod, L Boström‐Einarsson, CL Gillies
Restoration Ecology 28 (2), 304-314, 2020
22020
Environmental solutions fast-tracked: Reversing public scepticism to public engagement
D McAfee, SL Reinhold, HK Alleway, SD Connell
Biological Conservation 253, 108899, 2021
12021
Cuing oyster recruitment with shell and rock: implications for timing reef restoration
D McAfee, SD Connell
Restoration Ecology 28 (3), 506-511, 2020
12020
Can oysters provide a refuge to coastal biodiversity in a changing world?
D McAfee
Sydney, Australia: Macquarie University, 2018
12018
Valuing marine restoration beyond the ‘too small and too expensive’
D McAfee, R Costanza, SD Connell
Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 2021
2021
Repairing recruitment processes with sound technology to accelerate habitat restoration
BR Williams, D McAfee, SD Connell
Ecological Applications, e2386, 2021
2021
Multi‐species restoration accelerates recovery of extinguished oyster reefs
D McAfee, C Larkin, SD Connell
Journal of Applied Ecology 58 (2), 2021
2021
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