Matthew A Hayes
Matthew A Hayes
Australian Rivers Institute, Griffith University
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Contemporary rates of carbon sequestration through vertical accretion of sediments in mangrove forests and saltmarshes of South East Queensland, Australia
CE Lovelock, MF Adame, V Bennion, M Hayes, J O’Mara, R Reef, ...
Estuaries and coasts 37 (3), 763-771, 2014
Dynamics of sediment carbon stocks across intertidal wetland habitats of Moreton Bay, Australia
MA Hayes, A Jesse, B Hawke, J Baldock, B Tabet, D Lockington, ...
Global Change Biology, 2017
Sea level and turbidity controls on mangrove soil surface elevation change
CE Lovelock, MF Adame, V Bennion, M Hayes, R Reef, N Santini, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 153, 1-9, 2015
Australian vegetated coastal ecosystems as global hotspots for climate change mitigation
O Serrano, CE Lovelock, TB Atwood, PI Macreadie, R Canto, S Phinn, ...
Nature communications 10 (1), 1-10, 2019
Climate-driven regime shifts in a mangrove–salt marsh ecotone over the past 250 years
KC Cavanaugh, EM Dangremond, CL Doughty, AP Williams, JD Parker, ...
PNAS, 2019
Long-term versus daily stem diameter variation in co-occurring mangrove species: Environmental versus ecophysiological drivers
MW Vandegehuchte, A Guyot, M Hubau, SRE De Groote, ...
Agricultural and Forest Meteorology 192, 51-58, 2014
Seasonal nitrous oxide and methane emissions across a subtropical estuarine salinity gradient
N Welti, M Hayes, D Lockington
Biogeochemistry 132 (1), 55-69, 2016
The contrasting effects of nutrient enrichment on growth, biomass allocation and decomposition of plant tissue in coastal wetlands
MA Hayes, A Jesse, B Tabet, R Reef, JA Keuskamp, CE Lovelock
Plant and Soil 416 (1), 193-204, 2017
Mangrove blue carbon stocks and dynamics are controlled by hydrogeomorphic settings and land‐use change
SD Sasmito, M Sillanpää, MA Hayes, S Bachri, MF Saragi‐Sasmito, ...
Global Change Biology 26 (5), 3028-3039, 2020
Intertidal diatom communities reflect patchiness in groundwater discharge
N Welti, D Gale, M Hayes, A Kumar, M Gasparon, B Gibbes, D Lockington
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 163, 116-124, 2015
Mangroves in arid regions: Ecology, threats, and opportunities
MF Adame, R Reef, NS Santini, E Nakera, MP Turschwell, MA Hayes, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 2020
Exploring the oxygen sensitivity of wetland soil carbon mineralization
SK Chapman, MA Hayes, B Kelly, JA Langley
Biology letters 15 (1), 20180407, 2019
The role of glycine betaine in range expansions; protecting mangroves against extreme freeze events
MA Hayes, AC Shor, A Jesse, C Miller, JP Kennedy, I Feller
Journal of Ecology 108 (1), 61-69, 2020
Groundwater enhances above‐ground growth in mangroves
MA Hayes, A Jesse, N Welti, B Tabet, D Lockington, CE Lovelock
Journal of Ecology 107 (3), 1120-1128, 2019
Is demineralization with dilute hydrofluoric acid a viable method for isolating mineral stabilized soil organic matter?
JB Jonathan Sandermana, Mark Farrell, Peter I. Macreadie, Matthew Hayes ...
Geoderma, 2017
Indian Sundarbans mangrove forest considered endangered under Red List of Ecosystems, but there is cause for optimism
M Sievers, MR Chowdhury, MF Adame, P Bhadury, R Bhargava, ...
Biological Conservation 251, 2020
Foliar water uptake by coastal wetland plants: a novel water acquisition mechanism in arid and humid subtropical mangroves
MA Hayes, S Chapman, A Jesse, E O'Brien, AJ Langley, R Bardou, ...
Journal of Ecology, 2020
Artificial intelligence meets citizen science to supercharge ecological monitoring
EC McClure, M Sievers, CJ Brown, CA Buelow, EM Ditria, MA Hayes, ...
Patterns 1 (7), 100109, 2020
Oil spill from the Era: Mangroves taking eons to recover
RM Connolly, FN Connolly, MA Hayes
Marine Pollution Bulletin 153, 2020
The differential importance of deep and shallow seagrass to nekton assemblages of the Great Barrier Reef
MA Hayes, EC McClure, PH York, KI Jinks, MA Rasheed, M Sheaves, ...
Diversity 12 (8), 292, 2020
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