Professor Pauline Ross
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Impacts of ocean acidification on marine shelled molluscs
F Gazeau, LM Parker, S Comeau, JP Gattuso, WA O’Connor, S Martin, ...
Marine biology 160, 2207-2245, 2013
Adult exposure influences offspring response to ocean acidification in oysters
LM Parker, PM Ross, WA O'Connor, L Borysko, DA Raftos, HO Pörtner
Global change biology 18 (1), 82-92, 2012
Predicting the response of molluscs to the impact of ocean acidification
LM Parker, PM Ross, WA O’Connor, HO Pörtner, E Scanes, JM Wright
Biology 2 (2), 651-692, 2013
The effect of ocean acidification and temperature on the fertilization and embryonic development of the Sydney rock oyster Saccostrea glomerata (Gould 1850)
LM Parker, PM Ross, WA O'CONNOR
Global Change Biology 15 (9), 2123-2136, 2009
Comparing the effect of elevated pCO2 and temperature on the fertilization and early development of two species of oysters
LM Parker, PM Ross, WA O’Connor
Marine Biology 157, 2435-2452, 2010
‘Tough love and tears’: Learning doctoral writing in the sciences
C Aitchison, J Catterall, P Ross, S Burgin
Higher Education Research & Development 31 (4), 435-447, 2012
Populations of the Sydney rock oyster, Saccostrea glomerata, vary in response to ocean acidification
LM Parker, PM Ross, WA O’Connor
Marine biology 158, 689-697, 2011
Persistence of Positive Carryover Effects in the Oyster, Saccostrea glomerata, following Transgenerational Exposure to Ocean Acidification
LM Parker, WA O’Connor, DA Raftos, HO Pörtner, PM Ross
PloS one 10 (7), e0132276, 2015
The impact of ocean acidification on reproduction, early development and settlement of marine organisms
PM Ross, L Parker, WA O’Connor, EA Bailey
Water 3 (4), 1005-1030, 2011
Climate change rapidly warms and acidifies Australian estuaries
E Scanes, PR Scanes, PM Ross
Nature communications 11 (1), 1803, 2020
Transgenerational responses of molluscs and echinoderms to changing ocean conditions
PM Ross, L Parker, M Byrne
ICES Journal of Marine Science 73 (3), 537-549, 2016
Limitations of cross‐and multigenerational plasticity for marine invertebrates faced with global climate change
M Byrne, SA Foo, PM Ross, HM Putnam
Global Change Biology 26 (1), 80-102, 2020
Fish assemblages in seagrass beds are influenced by the proximity of mangrove forests
JE Jelbart, PM Ross, RM Connolly
Marine Biology 150, 993-1002, 2007
Adult exposure to ocean acidification is maladaptive for larvae of the Sydney rock oyster Saccostrea glomerata in the presence of multiple stressors
LM Parker, WA O'Connor, M Byrne, RA Coleman, P Virtue, M Dove, ...
Biology Letters 13 (2), 20160798, 2017
Effects of multiple climate change stressors: ocean acidification interacts with warming, hyposalinity, and low food supply on the larvae of the brooding flat oyster Ostrea angasi
VJ Cole, LM Parker, SJ O’Connor, WA O’Connor, E Scanes, M Byrne, ...
Marine Biology 163, 1-17, 2016
Edge effects and patch size in seagrass landscapes: an experimental test using fish
JE Jelbart, PM Ross, RM Connolly
Marine Ecology Progress Series 319, 93-102, 2006
Modelling photosynthesis to increase conceptual understanding
P Ross, D Tronson, RJ Ritchie
Journal of Biological education 40 (2), 84-88, 2006
Pedagogical approaches that facilitate writing in postgraduate research candidature in science and technology
J Catterall, P Ross, C Aitchison, S Burgin
Journal of University Teaching & Learning Practice 8 (2), 7, 2011
Ocean acidification narrows the acute thermal and salinity tolerance of the Sydney rock oyster Saccostrea glomerata
LM Parker, E Scanes, WA O'Connor, RA Coleman, M Byrne, HO Pörtner, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 122 (1-2), 263-271, 2017
Rapid transcriptional acclimation following transgenerational exposure of oysters to ocean acidification
P Goncalves, K Anderson, EL Thompson, A Melwani, LM Parker, ...
Molecular ecology 25 (19), 4836-4849, 2016
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