Carolann Schack

Carolann Schack
Victoria University of Wellington · School of Biological Sciences

Doctor of Philosophy

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Understanding community assembly is a key goal in community ecology. Environmental filtering influences community assembly by excluding ill‐adapted species, resulting in communities with similar functional traits. An RLQ (a four‐way ordination) analysis incorporating spatial data was run on a dataset of 642 species of cheilostomes (Bryozoa) from 77...
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Masirah Island, situated off the southern coast of Oman in the Arabian Sea, is surrounded by upwelled water during the Southwest Monsoon (SWM) and was used as a base for time-series studies of the copepod community for a decade beginning in 2006, covering the Spring Intermonsoon (SIM), April–May, and including June, and the SWM period, August–Octob...
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Modularity is a fundamental concept in biology. Most taxa within the colonial invertebrate phylum Bryozoa have achieved division of labour through the development of specialized modules (polymorphs), and this group is perhaps the most outstanding exemplar of the phenomenon. We provide a comprehensive description of the diversity, morphology and fun...

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