The Shoalhaven Marine and Freshwater Centre (SMFC) is part of the University of Wollongong’s strategy of providing the Illawarra, South Coast and Far South Coast regions of New South Wales with access to tertiary teaching and research services that meet the regional demands, address global challenges and are of the highest international standards. The 5-year mission (2008-12) of the SMFC is to establish a centre which carries out world-class research and postgraduate teaching activities, based on the needs of the south eastern region of Australia.

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Journal Articles

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A molecular survey of Ulva (Chlorophyta) in temperate Australia reveals enhanced levels of cosmopolitanism, Lisa Kirkendale, Gary W. Saunders, and Pia C. Winberg Dr

Comparison of macroalgal (Ulva and Grateloupia spp.) and formulated terrestrial feed on the growth and condition of juvenile abalone, William J. Mulvaney, Pia C. Winberg, and Louise Adams

Genetic improvement of macroalgae: status to date and needs for the future, Nick Robinson, Pia Winberg, and Lisa Kirkendale

Repair and revitalisation of Australia's tropical estuaries and coastal wetlands: opportunities and constraints for the reinstatement of lost function and productivity, Marcus Sheaves, Justin Brookes, Rob Coles, Marnie Freckelton, Paul Groves, Ross Johnston, and Pia Winberg

Evaluating Microdictyon umbilicatum bloom biomass as a compost conditioner for Australian, native coastal plants, Rhagodia candoleana and Banksia integrifolia, P Winberg, C de Mestre, and S Willis

The importance of spatial scale for the conservation of tidal flat macrobenthos: An example from New South Wales, Australia, Pia C. Winberg, Tim P. Lynch, Anna Murray, Alan R. Jones, and Andrew R. Davis

Book Chapters

Climate change and marine living resources, Pia C. Winberg, Ana M. Rubio, and Lisa Kirkendale

Data

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Ecological data of fish, invertebrates and water quality in Broughton Creek, Shoalhaven River, Pia Winberg

Conference Papers

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Monitoring the canaries of our catchments, C Nash and Ana M. Rubio

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Oyster Information Portal- a user-group focused 'Coastal Google' for the future, Ana M. Rubio, Pia C. Winberg, and Lisa A. Kirkendale

Sustainable marine food production systems - the case for seaweed, Pia Winberg

Reports

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Impacts of Tidal Barriers on the Ecology of Flood Mitigation Drain Fish Assemblages, Tom Heath and Pia C. Winberg

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Environmental and Socio-Economic Considerations for Aquaculture in Jervis Bay, NSW, Alyssa Joyce, Ana M. Rubio, and Pia C. Winberg

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Review on the use and production of algae and manufactured diets as feed for sea-based abalone aquaculture in Victoria, Lisa Kirkendale, Deborah V. Robertson-Andersson, and Pia C. Winberg

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The Dynamic and Distribution of Food Supplies for the Sydney rock oyster in southern NSW estuaries, Ana M. Rubio

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Using an automated oyster grading machine for long-term monitoring of oyster performance, Ana M. Rubio

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Scaling up for New Opportunities in the Practical Use of Algae (Applied Phycology), Pia Winberg

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Using Algae in the 21st Century - Novel Opportunities in a Changing World, Pia C. Winberg

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Evaluating Microdictyon umbilicatum bloom biomass as an agricultural compost conditioner for native and commercial plants, Pia C. Winberg, Corrine DeMestre, and Stephen Wills

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Seaweed Culture in Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture - Nutritional Benefits and Systems for Australia, Pia C. Winberg, Dilip Ghosh, and Linda Tapsell

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Ecological Impacts of Floodgates on Estuarine Faunal Assemblages, Pia C. Winberg and Tom Heath

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Seaweed cultivation pilot trials – towards culture systems and marketable products, Pia C. Winberg, Danielle Skropeta, and Alex Ullrich

Theses

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Testing the efficacy of heated seawater for managing biofouling in ship’s sea chests, Andrew Leach

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Confronting the challenges of tidal flat conservation: spatial patterns and human impacts in a marine protected area in southern NSW, Australia, Pia C. Winberg Dr