Luke Hedge
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Dredging related metal bioaccumulation in oysters
LH Hedge, NA Knott, EL Johnston
Marine Pollution Bulletin 58 (6), 832-840, 2009
962009
Marine spatial planning advancing the ecosystem-based approach to coastal zone management: a review
E Domínguez-Tejo, G Metternicht, E Johnston, L Hedge
Marine Policy 72, 115-130, 2016
882016
Sydney Harbour: a review of anthropogenic impacts on the biodiversity and ecosystem function of one of the world’s largest natural harbours
M Mayer-Pinto, EL Johnston, PA Hutchings, EM Marzinelli, ST Ahyong, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (12), 1088-1105, 2015
502015
Manipulating the intrinsic parameters of propagule pressure: implications for bio‐invasion
LH Hedge, WA O'Connor, EL Johnston
Ecosphere 3 (6), 1-13, 2012
412012
Sydney Harbour: what we do and do not know about a highly diverse estuary
EL Johnston, M Mayer-Pinto, PA Hutchings, EM Marzinelli, ST Ahyong, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (12), 1073-1087, 2015
332015
Propagule pressure determines recruitment from a commercial shipping pier
LH Hedge, EL Johnston
Biofouling 28 (1), 73-85, 2012
202012
Sydney Harbour: A systematic review of the science
L Hedge, E Johnston, S Ahyong, G Birch, D Booth, B Creese, M Doblin, ...
Sydney Institute of Marine Science, 2014
162014
Colonisation of the non-indigenous Pacific Oyster Crassostrea gigas determined by predation, size and initial settlement densities
LH Hedge, EL Johnston
PloS one 9 (3), e90621, 2014
152014
Fire, people and ecosystem change in Pleistocene Australia
CN Johnson
Australian Journal of Botany 64 (8), 643-651, 2017
14*2017
The interacting effects of diversity and propagule pressure on early colonization and population size
LH Hedge, B Leung, WA O'Connor, EL Johnston
Journal of animal ecology 83 (1), 168-175, 2014
132014
Sydney Harbour: Beautiful, diverse, valuable and pressured
J Banks, LH Hedge, C Hoisington, EM Strain, PD Steinberg, EL Johnston
Regional Studies in Marine Science 8, 353-361, 2016
102016
The urgent global need to understand port and harbour ecosystems
EL Johnston, LH Hedge, M Mayer-Pinto
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (12), i-ii, 2015
92015
Uncovering hidden heterogeneity: geo-statistical models illuminate the fine scale effects of boating infrastructure on sediment characteristics and contaminants
LH Hedge, KA Dafforn, SL Simpson, EL Johnston
Marine Pollution Bulletin 119 (2), 143-150, 2017
72017
Exploring the social dimension of sandy beaches through predictive modelling
E Domínguez-Tejo, G Metternicht, EL Johnston, L Hedge
Journal of environmental management 214, 379-407, 2018
62018
Living harbour
L Hedge, E Johnston, G Birch, B Creese, W Figueira, P Hutchings, ...
Dynamic Science. a Systematic Review of the Science of Sydney Harbour …, 2014
62014
Altered fish community and feeding behaviour in close proximity to boat moorings in an urban estuary
BS Lanham, A Vergés, LH Hedge, EL Johnston, AGB Poore
Marine pollution bulletin 129 (1), 43-51, 2018
52018
An evaluation of semi‐automated methods for collecting ecosystem‐level data in temperate marine systems
KJ Griffin, LH Hedge, M González‐Rivero, OI Hoegh‐Guldberg, ...
Ecology and evolution 7 (13), 4640-4650, 2017
52017
Fine-scale effects of boat moorings on soft sediment communities masked in large-scale comparisons
AC Macolino, KA Dafforn, LH Hedge, AGB Poore, EL Johnston
Frontiers in Marine Science 6, 101, 2019
22019
Biodiversity conservation in Sydney Harbour
JL Banks, P Hutchings, B Curley, L Hedge, B Creese, E Johnston
Pacific Conservation Biology 22 (2), 98-109, 2016
22016
The Catlin Seaview Survey: a high-resolution seabed imaging system mobilised to quantify the distribution and spatial structure of marine habitat in Sydney Harbour
K Griffin, L Hedge, M González-Rivero, O Hoegh-Guldberg, E Johnston
F1000Research 5, 2014
2014
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