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Carolyn Burns
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University of Otago
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Publications

  • Responses of lake phytoplankton to micronutrient enrichment: A study in two New Zealand lakes and an analysis of published data

    Authors
    Carolyn Burns, M. Schallenberg, T.M. Downs
    Journal
    Aquatic Sciences
    Year
    2008
    Natural and anthropogenic changes in nutrient concentrations can affect phytoplankton in marine and freshwater environments. However, potential micronutrient limitation of phytoplankton productivity i... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Distribution, substrate preference and habitat enhancement of the isopod Austridotea lacustris in Tomahawk Lagoon, Otago, New Zealand

    Authors
    Carolyn Burns, C.M. Dufour, N.M. Engels
    Journal
    New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research
    Year
    2007
    Aquatic isopods are cryptic, semi-benthic components of food webs in coastal water bodies in southern New Zealand. The distribution and abundance of endemic Austridotea lacustris in a modified, urban ... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Linking land-use, water body type and water quality in southern New Zealand

    Authors
    Carolyn Burns, L.M. Galbraith
    Journal
    Landscape Ecology
    Year
    2007
    Land-use and vegetation cover have been linked to the nutrient levels (nitrogen, phosphorus) of surface waters in several countries. However, the links generally relate to streams and rivers, or to sp... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE
  • Photoprotective compounds in weakly and strongly pigmented copepods and co-occurring cladocerans

    Authors
    Carolyn Burns, A.D. Persaud, R.E. Moeller, E. Chris Williamson
    Journal
    Freshwater Biology
    Year
    2007
    1. The prevalence of mycosporine-like amino acids (MAAs) - a group of potential ultraviolet (UV)-photoprotective compounds - was surveyed across 11 species of freshwater copepods from 20 lakes of vary... REGISTER NOW TO SEE MORE

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