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Johnson, CR, Banks, S, Barrett, NS, Cazassus, F, Dunstan, PK, Edgar, GJ, Frusher, SD, Gardner, C, Haddon, M, Helidoniotis, F, Hill, KL, Holbrook, NJ, Hosie, G, Last, PR, Ling, SD, Melbourne-Thomas, J, Miller, KJ, Pecl, GT, Richardson, AJ, Ridgway, K, Rintoul, SR, Ritz, DA, Ross, DJ, Sanderson, JC, Shepherd, SA, Slotwinski, A, Swadling, KM and Taws, N 2011 , 'Climate change cascades: Shifts in oceanography, species's ranges and subtidal marine community dynamics in eastern Tasmania' , Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, vol. 400, no. 1-2 , pp. 17-32 , doi: 10.1016/j.jembe.2011.02.032.

Sanderson, JC 1994 , 'String forests of Tasmania' , Wildlife Australia , pp. 11-13 .

Sanderson, JC 1997 , 'Subtidal Macrocalgal Assemblages in Temperate Australian Coastal Waters.' , Australia: State of the Environment Technical Paper Series (Estuaries and the Sea). .

Sanderson, JC, Cromey, CJ, Dring, MJ and Kelly, MS 2008 , 'Distribution of nutrients for seaweed cultivation around salmon cages at farm sites in north–west Scotland.' , Aquaculture, vol. 278 , pp. 60-68 , doi: 10.1016/j.aquaculture.2008.03.027.

Report

Ritz, DA, Thomas, DP, Sanderson, JC and Kirkwood, R 1985 , A Subtidal Survey of the Tasmanian North West Coast for Tioxide Pty Ltd..

Sanderson, JC and Balmer, J 2012 , A Census of the Marine Benthic Flora of Tasmania. .

Sanderson, JC and Di Benedetto, R 1988 , Tasmanian seaweeds for the edible market.

Thesis

Sanderson, JC 2006 , 'Reducing the environmental impact of seacage fish farming through cultivation of seaweed.', PhD thesis, The Open University, UK & UHI Millenium Institute.

Sanderson, JC 1990 , 'Subtidal macroalgal studies in East and South Eastern Tasmanian coastal waters', Research Master thesis, University of Tasmania.

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