Books

Whole Books

Bayne, B. L. and R. M. Warwick (1998). Feeding and growth of bivalves: observations and models (Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Volume 219). Amsterdam, The Netherlands, Elsevier.



Hagerthey, S., E. Defew, et al. (In press). Advances in the research of estuarine sediment-inhabiting diatoms, Kluwer.

Scandol, J. P. and R. E. Forrest (2001). Commercial catches as an indicator of stock status in NSW estuarine fisheries: trigger points, uncertainty and interpretation.

Underwood, A. J. (1997). Experiments in ecology: their logical design and interpretation using analysis of variance. Cambridge, U.K., Cambridge University Press.

Book Chapters

Byrne, M., A. Smoothey, et al. (2004). Population biology of shallow water ophiuroids from Raine Island and Moulter Cay, Nothern Great Barrier Reef. Proceedings of the 11th Internationl Echinoderms Conference. T. Heinzeller and J. H. Nebelsick. Munich, LisseBalkema.

Chapman, M. G. (1997). Scientific and community roles in intertidal conservation. Conservation outside nature reserves. P. Hale and D. Lamb. Brisbane, Centre for Conservation Biology, University of Queensland: 249-254.

Chapman, M. G., D. Blockley, et al. (2009). Effect of urban structures on diversity of marine species. Ecology of cities and towns: a comparative approach. M. McDonnell. Melbourne, Cambridge University Press: 156-176.

Chapman, M. G. and A. J. Underwood (1997). Concepts and issues in restoration of mangrove forests in urban environments. Frontiers in ecology: building the links. N. Klomp and I. Lunt. Oxford, Elsevier Science: 103-114.

Chapman, M. G. and A. J. Underwood (2009). Comparative effects of urbanization in terrestrial and marine habitats. Ecology of cities and towns: a comparative approach. M. McDonnell. Melbourne, Cambridge University Press: 51-70.

Clynick, B. G., D. J. Blockley, et al. (2009). Anthropogenic changes in patterns of diversity on hard substrata: an overview. M. Wahl. Germany, Springer Verlag: 247-256.

Coleman, R. A. (2007). Homing. Encyclopedia of tidepools and rocky shores. M. W. Denny and S. D. Gaines. Berkeley, California, University of California Press: 275-276.

Corona, A. and A. Raz-Guzman (2003). Distribucion geografica de los anfipodos e isopodos (Crustacea: Peracarida: Amphipoda e Isopoda) de los sistemas estuarinos de Michoacan, Mexico. Contribuciones al estudio de los Crustaceos del Pacifico Este. M. E. Hendrickx. Mexico City, Instituto de Ciencias del Mar y Limnologia, UNAM: 219-225.

Crowe, T. P. (1997). The distribution of Terebralia palustris (Linne) with respect to microhabitat in mangrove forests of Darwin Harbour I Description of patterns. Proceedings of the sixth international marine biological workshop. The marine flora and fauna of Darwin Harbour, Northern Territory, Australia. J. R. Hanley, G. Caswell, D. Megirian and H. K. Larsen. Darwin, Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory and Australian Marine Sciences Association: 425-433.

Crowe, T. P. (1997). Epibiosis and the spatial distribution of molluscs on the pylons of Mandorah Jetty, Darwin Harbour. Proceedings of the sixth international marine biological workshop. The marine flora and fauna of Darwin Harbour, Northern Territory, Australia. J. R. Hanley, G. Caswell, D. Megirian and H. K. Larsen. Darwin, Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory and Australian Marine Sciences Association: 411-424.

Crowe, T. P. and R. F. McMahon (1997). The distribution of Terebralia palustris (Linne) with respect to microhabitat in mangrove forests of Darwin Harbour II Experimental evaluation of behaviour. Proceedings of the sixth international marine biological workshop. The marine flora and fauna of Darwin Harbour, Northern Territory, Australia. J. R. Hanley, G. Caswell, D. Megirian and H. K. Larsen. Darwin, Museum and Art Galleries of the Northern Territory and Australian Marine Sciences Association: 435-443.

Glasby, T. M. and M. J. Kingsford (1999). Planktivorous fishes. Under southern seas: the ecology of Australia's rocky reefs. N. L. Andrew. Sydney, University of New South Wales Press: 210-217.

Goodsell, P. J. and M. G. Chapman (2009). Rehabilitation of habitat and the value of artificial reefs. Ecological Studies: Hard Bottom Communities. M. Wahl. Germany, Springer Verlag: 333-344.

Goodsell, P. J. and A. J. Underwood (2009). Protection of biota and the value of marine protected areas. Ecological Studies: Hard Bottom Communities. M. Wahl. Germany, Springer Verlag: 345-358.

Jackson, A. C. and A. J. Underwood (2009). Field and research methods in marine ecology. Ecological Studies: Hard Bottom Communities. M. Wahl. Germany, Springer Verlag: 425-436.

Kennelly, S. J. (1999). The role of fisheries monitoring programmes in identifying and reducing problematic by-catches. Proceedings of the international conference on integrated fisheries monitoring, Sydney, Australia. C. Nolan. Rome, Food and Agriculture Organization: 75-82.

Scandol, J. P. (2000). Computer visualisation of spatial models for communication and management. Fish Movement and Migration. Australian Society for Fish Biology Workshop Proceedings, Bendigo, Victoria, September 1999. D. A. Hancock, D. C. Smith and J. D. Koehn. Sydney, Australian Society for Fish Biology: 203 - 211.

Sugden, H. E., A. J. Underwood, et al. (2009). The aesthetic value of littoral hard substrata and consideration of ethical frameworks for their investigation and conservation Ecological Studies: Hard Bottom Communities. M. Wahl. Germany, Springer-Verlag: 409-424.

Talman, S., J. S. Bite, et al. (1999). Impacts of some introduced marine species found in Port Phillip Bay. Biological invasion of Port Phillip Bay, Victoria. M. L. Hewitt, C. L. Campbell, R. E. Thresher and R. B. Martin. Hobart, CSIRO Division of Marine Research: 261-274.

Tolhurst, T. J., G. Gust, et al. (2002). The influence of an extracellular polymeric substance (EPS) on cohesive sediment stability. Fine sediment dynamics in the marine environment. J. C. Winterwerp and C. Kranenburg, Proceedings in Marine Science, 5: 409-425.

Underwood, A. J. (1998). Design, implementation and analysis of ecological and environmental experiments: pitfalls in the maintenance of logical structures. Experimental ecology: issues and perspectives. W. R. Resetarits and J. Bernardo. New York, Oxford University Press: 325-349.

Underwood, A. J. (1998). Molluscs on rocky shores. Mollusca: the southern synthesis. Fauna of Australia Vol. 5 Part A. P. L. Beesley, J. G. B. Ross and A. Wells. Melbourne, CSIRO Publishing: 29-32.

Underwood, A. J. (1998). Quantitative ecological sampling of molluscs. Mollusca: the southern synthesis. Fauna of Australia Vol. 5 Part A. P. L. Beesley, J. G. B. Ross and A. Wells. Melbourne, CSIRO Publishing: 104-105.

Underwood, A. J. (1999). History and recruitment in structure of intertidal assemblages on rocky shores: an introduction to problems for interpretation of natural change. Aquatic life cycle strategies. M. Whitfield. London, Institute of Biology: 79-96.

Underwood, A. J. (1999). Precautionary principles require changes in thinking about and planning environmental sampling. Perspectives on the precautionary principle. R. Harding and E. Fisher. Sydney, The Federation Press: 254-266.

Underwood, A. J. (2000). Trying to detect impacts in marine habitats: comparisons with suitable reference areas. Statistics in ecotoxicology. T. Sparks. Chichester, John Wiley and Sons, Ltd.: 279-308.

Underwood, A. J. (2007). Ecology of marine macro-algae. Algae of Australia. Volume 1. A. George. Canberra, Australian Biological Resources Study: 374-404.

Underwood, A. J. (2007). Monitoring: overview. Encyclopedia of tidepools and rocky shores. M. W. Denny and S. D. Gaines. Berkeley, University of California Press: 380-381.

Underwood, A. J. (2007). Monitoring: Statistics. Encyclopedia of tidepools and rocky shores. D. M. W. and G. S. D. Berkeley, University of California Press: 385-390.

Underwood, A. J. (2007). Negative Interactions: an overview of competition among marine organisms. Marine Ecology. S. D. Connell and B. M. Gillanders. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 101-109.

Underwood, A. J. (2008). General ecology: community. Encyclopedia of Ecology, Volume 1, General Ecology. S. E. Jorgensen and B. D. Fath. Oxford, U.K., Elsevier: 689-694.

Underwood, A. J. (2008). Grazing. Encyclopedia of Ecology, Volume 3, Ecological Processes. S. E. Jorgensen and B. D. Fath. Oxford, Elsevier: 1765-1773.

Underwood, A. J. and M. G. Chapman (1999). Problems and practical solutions for quantitative assessment of biodiversity of invertebrates in coastal habitats. The other 99%. The conservation and biodiversity of invertebrates. W. Ponder and D. Lunney. Mosman, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales: 19-25.

Underwood, A. J. and M. G. Chapman (1999). The role of ecology in coastal zone management: perspectives from south-east Australia. Perspectives on integrated coastal zone management. W. Salomons, R. K. Turner, L. D. de Lacerda and S. Ramachandran. Berlin, Springer: 99-128.

Underwood, A. J. and M. G. Chapman (2001). Intertidal ecosystems. The encyclopedia of biodiversity, Volume 3. S. A. Levin. San Diego, Academic Press: 485-500.

Underwood, A. J. and M. G. Chapman (2002). Conservation of coastal organisms depends on scientific realism not community "monitoring". A Clash of Paradigms. Community and Research-Based Consevation. D. Lunney, C. R. Dickman and S. Burgin. Sydney, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales: 20-37.

Underwood, A. J. and M. G. Chapman (2003). Problems of measuring biodiversity in coastal habitats: a summary of issues. Conserving marine environments. Out of sight out of mind. P. Hutchings and D. Lunney. Mosman, NSW, Royal Zoological Society of New South Wales: 103-107.

Underwood, A. J. and M. G. Chapman (2005). Design and analysis in benthic surveys. Methods for the study of marine benthos. A. Eleftheriou and A. D. McIntyre. Oxford, Blackwell Science: 1-42.

Underwood, A. J. and M. G. Chapman (2007). Intertidal temperate rocky shores. Marine Ecology. S. D. Connell and B. M. Gillanders. Oxford, Oxford University Press: 402-427.

Underwood, A. J. and M. J. Keough (2001). Supply-side ecology: the nature and consequences of variations in recruitment of intertidal organisms. Marine community ecology. M. D. Bertness, S. D. Gaines and M. E. Hay. Sunderland, Maine, Sinauer Associates, Inc.: 183-200.