Sharyn Goldstien

Co-ordinatorSharyn Goldstien

Biological Sciences 233
Internal Phone: 95134


Research Interests

Research involves the application of molecular techniques to marine ecological questions, for example, the use of population genetic techniques to investigate larval dispersal and phylogeographic structure of marine species.

Recent Publications

  • Charan-Dixon H., Gaw S., Goldstien SJ. and Glover CN. (2017) Effects of waterborne cadmium on energy metabolism in the tropical sea cucumber, Stichopus horrens, and a comparison of tissue-specific cadmium accumulation with the temperate sea cucumber Australostichopus mollis. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 141: 1-8.
  • Kazlauskas D., Dayaram A., Kraberger S., Goldstien S., Varsani A. and Krupovic M. (2017) Evolutionary history of ssDNA bacilladnaviruses features horizontal acquisition of the capsid gene from ssRNA nodaviruses. Virology 504: 114-121.
  • Schimanski KB., Goldstien SJ., Hopkins GA., Atalah J. and Floerl O. (2017) Life history stage and vessel voyage profile can influence shipping-mediated propagule pressure of non-indigenous biofouling species. Biological Invasions 19(7): 2089-2099.
  • Winterbourn MJ., Pohe SR. and Goldstien SJ. (2017) Genetic and phenotypic variability in Stenoperla prasina (Newman, 1845) (Plecoptera: Eustheniidae) in relation to latitude and altitude in New Zealand. Aquatic Insects 38(1-2): 49-65.
  • Robertson BC., Stephenson BM., Ronconi RA., Goldstien SJ., Shepherd L., Tennyson A., Carlile N. and Ryan PG. (2016) Phylogenetic affinities of the Fregetta storm-petrels are not black and white. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 97: 170-176.