Her primary areas of investigation include Ecosystem, Reef, Plume, Water quality and Surface runoff. Her research links Eutrophication with Ecosystem. Her studies in Reef integrate themes in fields like Coral reef and Marine ecosystem.
The Coral reef study combines topics in areas such as Environmental monitoring and Dissolved organic carbon. Her Water quality study frequently draws connections between related disciplines such as Seagrass. Her Surface runoff research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Agriculture and Pollution.
Michelle Devlin mainly investigates Water quality, Coral reef, Reef, Marine ecosystem and Great barrier reef. Her work carried out in the field of Water quality brings together such families of science as Seagrass, Ecosystem, Flood myth and Environmental resource management. In her study, Estuary, Bay and Pollution is strongly linked to Eutrophication, which falls under the umbrella field of Ecosystem.
Her Coral reef research includes themes of Drainage basin, Climate change and Habitat. Michelle Devlin combines subjects such as Land use, Surface runoff and Coral with her study of Reef. Her studies deal with areas such as Ecosystem health and Ecosystem services as well as Marine ecosystem.
Michelle Devlin focuses on Marine ecosystem, Environmental resource management, Ecosystem, Coral reef and Eutrophication. Michelle Devlin has included themes like Climate change, Continuous Plankton Recorder and Ecosystem health, Ecosystem services in her Marine ecosystem study. Michelle Devlin interconnects Biodiversity and Marine habitats, Habitat in the investigation of issues within Coral reef.
Her Eutrophication study incorporates themes from Bay and Pollution. Her Pollution research includes elements of Water quality, Threatened species and Atoll. Her research in Phytoplankton tackles topics such as Estuary which are related to areas like Plankton.
Michelle Devlin mostly deals with Marine ecosystem, Continuous Plankton Recorder, Plankton, Pelagic zone and Fishery. The various areas that Michelle Devlin examines in her Marine ecosystem study include Ecology and Sustainable development. Ecosystem services is closely connected to Good Environmental Status in her research, which is encompassed under the umbrella topic of Continuous Plankton Recorder.
The study incorporates disciplines such as Biodiversity, Marine Strategy Framework Directive and Habitat in addition to Plankton. Her Fishery research focuses on subjects like Climate change, which are linked to Reef. Her Coral bleaching research is included under the broader classification of Ecology.
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Terrestrial pollutant runoff to the Great Barrier Reef: An update of issues, priorities and management responses
JE Brodie;FJ Kroon;Britta Schaffelke;EC Wolanski.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2012)
Terrestrial discharge into the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon: nutrient behavior in coastal waters.
M.J. Devlin;J. Brodie.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2005)
Herbicides: a new threat to the Great Barrier Reef.
Stephen E. Lewis;Jon E. Brodie;Zoe T. Bainbridge;Ken W. Rohde.
Environmental Pollution (2009)
Relationships between suspended particulate material, light attenuation and Secchi depth in UK marine waters
M.J. Devlin;J. Barry;D.K. Mills;R.J. Gowen.
Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science (2008)
Spatial and temporal patterns of near-surface chlorophyll a in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon
J. Brodie;G. De'ath;M. Devlin;M. Furnas.
Marine and Freshwater Research (2007)
Flood plumes in the Great Barrier Reef : spatial and temporal patterns in composition and distribution
Michelle Devlin;Jane Waterhouse;Jeremy Taylor;Jon Brodie.
Assessing the impact of nutrient enrichment in estuaries: susceptibility to eutrophication
S.J. Painting;M.J. Devlin;S.J. Malcolm;E.R. Parker.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2007)
Assessment of the eutrophication status of the Great Barrier Reef lagoon (Australia)
J. E. Brodie;M. Devlin;D. Haynes;J. Waterhouse.
Mapping the pollutants in surface riverine flood plume waters in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia.
M.J. Devlin;L.W. McKinna;J.G. Álvarez-Romero;C. Petus.
Marine Pollution Bulletin (2012)
Spatial extent of riverine flood plumes and exposure of marine ecosystems in the Tully coastal region, Great Barrier Reef
Michelle Devlin;Britta Schaffelke.
Marine and Freshwater Research (2009)
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