The University of Waikato - Te Whare Wānanga o Waikato
Home Waikato Home > Science & Engineering > Research Staff + Student Login

Research Publications for Philip M (Phil) Ross

Research is a vital function of the Waikato's School of Science and Engineering. There are many active research groups within the School, spanning a wide range of topics.

Author's Publications

Publications ByROSS, Philip M (Phil)

  Use our Online Phonebook to contact our current staff members.

  • Ross, P. M. (2018). Don't forget the Toheroa eaters - the importance of incorporating humans into ecosystem thinking. In NZ Marine Sciences Society Conference: Weaving The Strands. Conference held at Napier Conference Centre, Napier, New Zealand.

  • Cope, J., Ross, P. M., & Smith, S. (2018). Long tongues and wet patches - when is moist wet enough for toheroa?. In NZ Marine Sciences Society Conference: Weaving The Strands. Conference held at Napier Conference Centre, Napier, New Zealand.

  • Culliford, D., & Ross, P. M. (2018). Pipi vs. the dredge! Tracking the recovery of Paphies australis following the Tauranga Harbour capital dredging campaign. In NZ Marine Sciences Society Conference: Weaving The Strands. Conference held at Napier Conference Centre, Napier, New Zealand.

  • Ross, P. M. (2018). Monitoring of subtidal reef biota off Motuotau Island in relation to dredge spoil dumping by the Port of Tauranga Ltd 2014-2018 (Environmental Research Institute Report No. 118). Hamilton, New Zealand: Environmental Research Institute, University of Waikato.

  • Ross, P. M., Coster, J., Crampton, J., Flowers, G., McFadgen, B., & Vogel, Y. (2017). What’s missing in the middens? Historical distribution and harvesting of toheroa. In New Zealand Archaeological Association Conference. Thames.

  • Ross, P. M., Pande, A., Jones, B., Cope, J., & Flowers, G. (2017). First detection of gas-bubble disease and Rickettsia-like organisms in toheroa (Paphies ventricosa). In New Zealand Marine Sciences Society 56th Annual Conference, Mahi Ngātahi: Working Together for Better Management into the Future. Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.

  • Ross, P. M. (2017). The story of toheroa: a tale of love, loss and life between Tāne and Tangaroa. In New Zealand Marine Sciences Society 56th Annual Conference, Mahi Ngātahi: Working Together for Better Management into the Future. Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.

  • McCormack, S., Battershill, C., Kelly, M., Ross, P. M., & Hogg, I. (2017). Systematics and biogeography of marine sponges from North Eastern New Zealand. In New Zealand Marine Sciences Society 56th Annual Conference, Mahi Ngātahi: Working Together for Better Management into the Future. Conference held at University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand.

  • Ross, P. M., Smith, H., Smith, S., & McFadgen, B. (2017). Can knowledge of early-Māori practises help restore a collapsed fishery?. In Oceans Past VI. Sesimbra, Portugal.

  • Ross, P. M., Beentjes, M. P., Cope, J., de Lange, W. P., McFadgen, B. G., Redfearn, P., . . . Williams, J. R. (2017). The biology, ecology and history of toheroa ( Paphies ventricosa ): a review of scientific, local and customary knowledge. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 1-36. doi:10.1080/00288330.2017.1383279

This page has been reformatted for printing.