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Researcher: Schmid, M (Dr Matthias Schmid)

Fields of Research

Phycology (incl. marine grasses)

Research Objectives

Expanding knowledge in the biological sciences
Ecosystem adaptation to climate change
Assessment and management of coastal and estuarine ecosystems
Other plant production and plant primary products

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Adjustments in fatty acid composition is a mechanism that can explain resilience to marine heatwaves and future ocean conditions in the habitat-forming seaweed Phyllospora comosa (Labillardiere) C. Agardh; Global Change Biology
Light regulates inorganic nitrogen uptake and storage, but not nitrate assimilation, by the red macroalga Hemineura frondosa (Rhodophyta); European Journal of Phycology
Narrow range of temperature and irradiance supports optimal development of Lessonia corrugata (Ochrophyta) gametophytes: implications for kelp aquaculture and responses to climate change; Journal of Applied Phycology
Nitrogen sufficiency enhances thermal tolerance in habitat-forming kelp: implications for acclimation under thermal stress; Scientific Reports
Rate and fate of dissolved organic carbon release by seaweeds: a missing link in the coastal ocean carbon cycle
Rate and fate of dissolved organic carbon release by seaweeds: a missing link in the coastal ocean carbon cycle
Responses of macroalgae to CO2 enrichment cannot be inferred solely from their inorganic carbon uptake strategy; Ecology and Evolution
Seasonal ammonium uptake kinetics of four brown macroalgae: implications for use in integrated multi‑trophic aquaculture; Journal of Applied Phycology
Seasonal and site-specific variation in the nutritional quality of temperate seaweed assemblages: implications for grazing invertebrates and the commercial exploitation of seaweeds; Journal of Applied Phycology
Southern Australian seaweeds: a promising resource for omega-3 fatty acids; Food Chemistry
Stress due to low nitrate availability reduces the biochemical acclimation potential of the giant kelp Macrocystis pyrifera to high temperature; Algal Research

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision