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From High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the Extreme

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185Atoll floras and forests as « harbingers » of local and global changes in the Pacific OceanFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeMeyer, Jean-Yves Hiro.atoll
climate change
human impacts
Pacific islands
restoration
983Chronicles of Deep Reef Flowers: Biodiversity, Biogeography, and Adaptations of Hawaiian Mesophotic Expanded Red Blades in the Orders Gigartinales and HalymenialesFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeCabrera, Feresa Corazon; Huisman, John; Smith, Celia; Kosaki, Randy; Sherwood, Alison.mesophotic
Algae
Rhodophyta
extreme environment
adaptation
phylogenetics
912Extreme Topography: New Tools for Survey, Inventory and Collection in Vertical Cliff HabitatsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeNyberg, Ben.drone
cliff
Hawaii
1043Integrated physiological response by four red algae species and analysis of benthic community structure across an environmental gradient of tidally-driven submarine groundwater discharge conditionsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeGibson, Veronica; Smith, Celia.osmotic relations
ecohydrology
environmental gradient
macroalgae
ecophysiology
nutrient pollution
groundwater
submarine
262Life on the Edge: Sea Level Rise Effects on Coastal Dune PlantsFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremeBarton, Kasey.Island Ecology
Phenotypic plasticity
invasive species
climate change
Salinity Tolerance
369Weeds at the extreme: infestations in early Māori cultivation systems of Southern PolynesiaFrom High Islands to the Ocean Floor: Pacific Island Plants at the ExtremePrebble, Matiu.weeds
Polynesia
Pacific islands
cultivation

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