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Title: Chapter 7: Vulnerability of macroalgae of the Great Barrier Reef to climate change
Authors: Diaz-Pulido, G.
McCook, L.J.
Larkum, A.W.D.
Lotze, H.K.
Raven, J.A.
Schaffelke, B.
Smith, J.E.
Steneck, R.S.
Corporate author: Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Year of publication: 2007
Year: 2007
Publisher: The Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority
Place of publication: Townsville
Type of document: Book section or chapter
Abstract: Assessing the vulnerability of benthic macroalgae is complicated by the fact that the taxon ‘algae’ is an unnatural (and, some suggest, outdated) grouping that encompasses several distinct and diverse evolutionary lines. Adl et al.3 suggest that ‘algae’ remains a useful functional term, denoting photosynthetic protists and their multicellular derivatives which are not embryophytes (higher plants), as well as cyanobacteria. However, they also show that ‘algae’, like ‘protists’, is not a formal taxon (and therefore should not be capitalised), nor a single, homogeneous group.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/11017/540
metadata.dc.relation.uri: http://hdl.handle.net/11017/137
ISBN: 9781876945619
Connection to GBRMPA: GBRMPA published this item
Subjects: Climatic changes
Coral reefs
Ecosystem resilience
Algae
Vulnerability
Plants
Environmental management
Environmental impact
Animals
Plants
Ecosystems
Processes
Economic values
Social values
Climate change
Coastal communities
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