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David J Smith
David J Smith
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Social capital in biodiversity conservation and management
J Pretty, D Smith
Conservation biology 18 (3), 631-638, 2004
9752004
Exopolymer production by intertidal epipelic diatoms
DJ Smith, GJC Underwood
Limnology and Oceanography 43 (7), 1578-1591, 1998
3281998
Ecological knowledge is lost in wealthier communities and countries
SE Pilgrim, LC Cullen, DJ Smith, J Pretty
Environmental science & technology 42 (4), 1004-1009, 2008
3152008
Is photoinhibition of zooxanthellae photosynthesis the primary cause of thermal bleaching in corals?
DJ Smith, DJ Suggett, NR Baker
Global Change Biology 11 (1), 1-11, 2005
2852005
The production of extracellular carbohydrates by estuarine benthic diatoms: the effects of growth phase and light and dark treatment
DJ Smith, GJC Underwood
Journal of Phycology 36 (2), 321-333, 2000
2742000
High connectivity of Indo-Pacific seagrass fish assemblages with mangrove and coral reef habitats
RKF Unsworth, PS De León, SL Garrard, J Jompa, DJ Smith, JJ Bell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 353, 213-224, 2008
2502008
A system of classification of solution adsorption isotherms, and its use in diagnosis of adsorption mechanisms and in measurement of specific surface areas of solids
CH Giles, TH MacEwan, SN Nakhwa, D Smith
J. Chem. Soc 111, 3973-3993, 1960
2361960
PHOTOSYNTHESIS AND PRODUCTION OF HYDROGEN PEROXIDE BY SYMBIODINIUM (PYRRHOPHYTA) PHYLOTYPES WITH DIFFERENT THERMAL TOLERANCES …
DJ Suggett, ME Warner, DJ Smith, P Davey, S Hennige, NR Baker
Journal of Phycology 44 (4), 948-956, 2008
2142008
Ecology of sponge assemblages (Porifera) in the Wakatobi region, south-east Sulawesi, Indonesia: richness and abundance
JJ Bell, D Smith
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 84 (3 …, 2004
1962004
Process for making a high density detergent composition which includes selected recycle streams for improved agglomerate
SW Capeci, JF Lange, DJ Smith, NS Roberts
US Patent 5,516,448, 1996
1921996
Photobiology of Symbiodinium revisited: bio-physical and bio-optical signatures
SJ Hennige, DJ Suggett, ME Warner, KE McDougall, DJ Smith
Coral Reefs 28 (1), 179-195, 2009
1832009
Predicting epipelic diatom exopolymer concentrations in intertidal sediments from sediment chlorophyll a
GJC Underwood, DJ Smith
Microbial Ecology 35 (2), 116-125, 1998
1781998
Differential effects of ocean acidification on growth and photosynthesis among phylotypes of Symbiodinium (Dinophyceae)
P Brading, ME Warner, P Davey, DJ Smith, EP Achterberg, DJ Suggett
Limnology and Oceanography 56 (3), 927-938, 2011
1762011
The future of coral reefs subject to rapid climate change: lessons from natural extreme environments
EF Camp, V Schoepf, PJ Mumby, LA Hardtke, R Rodolfo-Metalpa, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 4, 2018
1712018
Sediment impacts on growth rates of Acropora and Porites corals from fringing reefs of Sulawesi, Indonesia
MJC Crabbe, DJ Smith
Coral reefs 24 (3), 437-441, 2005
1602005
Thermal refugia against coral bleaching throughout the northern Red Sea
EO Osman, DJ Smith, M Ziegler, B Kürten, C Conrad, KM El‐Haddad, ...
Global change biology 24 (2), e474-e484, 2018
1572018
Diel trophic structuring of seagrass bed fish assemblages in the Wakatobi Marine National Park, Indonesia
RKF Unsworth, E Wylie, DJ Smith, JJ Bell
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 72 (1-2), 81-88, 2007
1452007
A cross‐regional assessment of the factors affecting ecoliteracy: implications for policy and practice
S Pilgrim, D Smith, J Pretty
Ecological applications 17 (6), 1742-1751, 2007
1422007
Detergent products, methods and manufacture
TMLA Catlin, RB Moussa, TBW Kroese, CR Gillham, JI Kinloch, DJ Smith, ...
US Patent 7,125,828, 2006
1342006
Structuring of Indo-Pacific fish assemblages along the mangrove–seagrass continuum
RKF Unsworth, SL Garrard, PS De León, LC Cullen, DJ Smith, KA Sloman, ...
Aquatic Biology 5 (1), 85-95, 2009
1172009
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