2018

  1. Caron, A.G.M.,Thomas, C.R., Berry, K.L.E., Mottie, C.A., Ariel, E., & Brodie, J.E. (2017) Ingestion of microplastic debris by green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) in the Great Barrier Reef: Validation of a sequential extraction protocol. Marine Pollution Bulletin 127, 743-751. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2017.12.062
  2. Kelly, E., Martin, P.A.J., Gibson-Kueh, S., Morgan, D.L., Ebner, B.C., Donaldson, J., Buller, N., Crook, D.A., Brooks, S., Davis, A.M., Hammer, M.P., Foyle, L., Hair, S., & Lymbery, A.J. (2018) First detection of Edwardsiella ictaluri (Proteobacteria: Enterobacteriaceae) in wild Australian catfish. Journal of Fish Diseases 41, 199-208. doi: 10.1111/jfd.12696.
  3. Nasar, M.D., Davie, P.J.F., & Waltham, N.J. (2018) Redescription of Austrothelphusa wasselli (Bishop, 1963) (Crustacea: Brachyura: Gecarcinuciadae), and designation of a new species from the Gilbert River, north Queensland, Australia. Zootaxa 1, 109-127. doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4369.1.6.
  4. Collier, C.J., Langlois, Yan, O., Johansson, C., Giammusso, M., Adams, M.P., O’Brien, K.R., & Uthicke, S. (2018). Losing a winner: thermal stress and local pressures outweigh the positive effects of ocean acidification for tropical seagrasses. New Phytologist. doi: 10.1111/nph.15234.

2017

  1. Adams, M.P., Collier, C.J., Uthicke, S., Ow, YX., Langois, L., & O’Brien, K.R. (2017) Model fit versus biological relevance: Evaluation photosynthesis-temperature models for three tropical seagrass species. Scientific Reports 7: 39930. doi: 10.1038/srep39930.
  2. Albert, S., Saunders, M.I., Roelfsema, C.M., Leon, J.X., Johnstone, E., Mackenzie, J.R., Hoegh-Guldberg, O., Grinham, A.R., Phinn, S.R., Duke, N.C., Mumby, P.J., Kovacs, E., & Woodroffe, C.D. (2017) Winners and losers as mangrove, coral and seagrass ecosystems respond to sea-level rise in Solomon Islands. Environmental Research Letters 12, 094009. doi: 10.1088/1748.9326/aa7e68.
  3. Balladares, C., Marin, E., Espinoza-Rodriguez, N.E., Barrios-Garrido, H. (2017) Prevalence of fibropapillomatosis on stranded sea turtles in the Venezuelan coast. Revista Bio Ciencias 4(4), 1-14. doi: 10.15741/revbio.04.04.02.
  4. Barrios-Garrido, H., Bolivar, J., Benavides, L., Viloria, J., Dugarte, F., Wildermann, N. (2017) Evaluation of the artisanal longline fishery and its effect in the Longnose stingray (Dasyatis guttata) in Zapara Island-Gulf of Venezuela. Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research 45(2), 302-310. doi: 10.3856/vol45-issue2-fulltext-6.
  5. Barrios-Garrido, H., Espinoza-Rodriguez, N., Rojas-Canizales, D., Palmar, J., Wildermann, N., Montiel-Villalobos, M.G., Hamann, M. (2017) Trade of marine turtles along the southwestern coast of the Gulf of Venezuela. Marine Biodiversity Records 05/2017, 10-15. doi: 10.1186/s41200.017-0115-0.
  6. Beatty, S., Allen, M., Lymbery, A., Jordaan, M.S., Morgan, D., Impson, D., Marr, S., Ebner, B., & Weyl, O.L.F. (2017) Rethinking refuges: Implications of climate change for dam busting. Biological Conservation 209, 188-195. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2017.02.007.
  7. Beatty, S.J., Allen, M.G., Whitty, J.M., Lymbery, A.J., Keleher, J.J., Tweedley, J.R., Ebner, B.C., & Morgan, D.L. (2017) First evidence of spawning migration by goldfish (Carassius auratus); implications for control of a globally invasive species. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 26, 444-455. doi: 10.1111.eff.12288.
  8. Berry, K.L.E., Hoogenboom, M.O., Brinkman, D.L., Burns, K.A., & Negri, A.P. (2017) Effects of coal contamination on early life history processes of a reef-bulding coral, Acropora tenuis. Marine Pollution Bulletin 114, 505-514. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2016.10.011.
  9. Bradley, M., Baker, R., & Sheaves, M. (2017) Hidden components in tropical seascapes: Deep-estuary habitats support unique fish assemblages. Estuaries and Coasts 40, 1195-1206. doi: 10.1007/s12237-016-0192-z.
  10. Brodersen, K.E., Hammer, K.J., Schrameyer, V., Floytrup, A., Rasheed, M.A., Ralph, P.J., Kuhl, M., & Pedersen, O. (2017) Sediment resuspension and deposition on seagrass leaves impedes internal plant aeration and promotes phytotoxic H2S intrusion. Frontiers in Plant Science 8(657), 1-13. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.00657.
  11. Brodie, J.E., Lewis, S.E., Collier, C.J., Wooldridge, S., Bainbridge, Z.T., Waterhouse, J., Rasheed, M.A., Honchin, C., Holmes, G., & Fabricius, K. (2017) Setting ecologically relevant targets for river pollutant loads to meet marine water quality requirements for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: A preliminary methodology and analysis. Ocean & Coastal Management 143, 136-147. doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.09.028.
  12. Buckland, A., Baker, R., Loneragan, N., Sheaves, M. (2017) Standardising fish stomach content analysis: The importance of prey condition. Fisheries Research 196, 126-140. doi: 10.1016/j.fishres.2017.08.003.
  13. Buelow, C.A., Baker, R., Reside, A,E., Sheaves, M. (2017) Spatial dynamics of coastal forest bird assemblages: the influence of landscape context, forest type, and structural connectivity. Landscape Ecology 32, 547-561. doi: 10.1007/s10980/016-0461-z.
  14. Carter, A.B., Davies, C.R., Emslie, M.J., Mapstone, B.D., Russ, G.R., Tobin, A.J., & Williams, A.J. (2017) Reproductive benefits of no-take marine reserves vary with region for an exploited coral reef fish. Scientific Reports 7:9693, 1-12. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-10180-w.
  15. Chidambarampadmavathy, K., Karthikeyan, O.P., Huerlimann, R., Maes, G.E., & Heimann, K. (2017) Response of mixed methanatrophic consortia to different methane to oxygen ratios. Waste Management 61, 220.228. doi: 10.1016/j.wasman.2016.11.007.
  16. Clarke, D.A., York, P.H., Rasheed, M.A., & Northfield, T.D. (2017) Does biodiversity-ecosystem function literature neglect tropical ecosystems? Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32(5), 320-323. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2017.02.012.
  17. Clarke, D.A., York, P.H., Rasheed, M.A., & Northfield, T.D., (2017) Identifying areas of need in tropical research: A reply to Stroud and Feeley. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 32, 628. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2017.06.007.
  18. Collier, C.J., Ow. Y.X., Langlois, L., Uthicke, S., Johansson, C.L., O’Brien, K.R., Hrebien, V., & Adams, M.P. (2017) Optimum temperatures for net primary productivity of three tropical seagrass species. Frontiers in Plant Science 8, 1-14. doi: 10.3389/fpls.2017.01446.
  19. Cook, B.D., Adams, M., Unmack, P.J., Burrows, D., Pusey, B.J., Perna, C., & Hughes, J.M. (2017) Phylogeography of the mouth-brooding freshwater fish Glossamia aprion (Apogonidae) in northern and eastern Australia: historical biogeography and allopatric speciation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, 1-16. doi: 10.1093/biolinnean/blx035.
  20. Cooper, M., Lewis, S.E., & Smithers, S.G. (2017) Spatial and temporal dynamics of suspended sediment causing persistent turbidity in a large reservoir: Lake Dalrymple, Queensland, Australia. CSIRO Publishing 68, 1377-1390. doi: 10.1071/MF16316.
  21. Cousins, S., Kennard, M.J., & Ebner, B.C. (2017) Depth-related composition and structuring of tropical riverine fish assemblages revealed by baited video. Marine and Freshwater Research 68, 1965-1975. doi: 10.1071/MF16278.
  22. Cumming, E., Jarvis, J.C., Sherman, C.D.H., York, P.H., & Smith, T.M. (2017) Seed germination in a southern Australian temperate seagrass. PeerJ. doi: 10.7717/peerj.3114.
  23. Delandmeter, P., Lambrechts, J., Marmorino, G.O., Legat, V., Wolanski, E., Remacle, J-F., Chen, W., & Deleersnijder, E. (2017) Submesoscale tidal eddies in the wake of coral islands and reefs: satellite data and numerical modelling. Ocean Dynamics, 1-17. doi: 10.1007/s10236-017-10066/z.
  24. Dubuc, A., Waltham, N., Malerba, M., & Sheaves, M. (2017) Extreme dissolved oxygen variability in urbanised tropical wetlands: The need for detailed monitoring to project nursery gound values. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 198, 63-171. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2017.09.014.
  25. Duke, N. (2017) Climate calamity along Australia’s gulf coast. Landscape Architecture Australia, February 2017, 66-71.
  26. Duke, N. (2017) Love at low tide. Why mangroves deserve our admiration. Blood-hungry biting bugs. Flesh-craving crocs. Oozy, smelly mud. Rotten, decaying detritus and slime. Wildlife Australia, Wildlife Preservation Society of Queensland 54, 29-33.
  27. Duke, N.C., Kovacs, J.M., Griffiths, A.D., Preece, L., Hill, D.J.E., van Oosterzee, P., Mackenzie, J., Morning, H.S., & Burrows, D. (2017) Large-scale dieback of mangroves in Australia’s Gulf of Carpentaria: a severe ecosystem response, coincidental with an unusually extreme weather event. Marine and Freshwater Research. doi: 10.1071/MF16322.
  28. Dunbar, K., Baker, R., & Sheaves, M. (2017) Effects of forest width on fish use of fringing mangroves in a highly urbanised tropical estuary. Marine and Freshwater Research 68, 1764-1770. doi: 10.1071/MF16098.
  29. Dunn, R.J.K., Waltham, N.J., Teasdale, P.R., Robertson, D., & Welsh, D.T. (2017) Short-term nitrogen and phosphorus release during the disturbance of surface sediments: A case study in an urbanised estuarine system (Gold Coast Broadwater, Australia). Journal of Marine Science and Engineering 5(2) 16. doi: 10.3390/jmse5020016.
  30. Ebner, B.C. (2017) Growth,  maximum daily ration and intraspecific cohabitation of the moray Gymnothorax polyuranodon (Muraenidae) in a freshwater aquarium. Cybium 41(2), 93-99.
  31. Ebner, B.C., Donaldson, J.D., Allen, G., & Keith, P. (2017) Testing an underwater video network and first record of Sicyopterus cynocephalus in Australia. Cybium 41, 117-125.
  32. Fraser, M.W., Short, J., Kendrick G., McLean, D., Keesing, J., Byrne, M., Caley, M., Clarke, D., Davies, A.R., Erftemeijer, P.L.A., Field, S., Gustin-Craig, S., Huisman, J., Keough, M., Lavery, P.S., Masini, R., McMahon, K., Mengersen, K., Rasheed, M., Statton, J., Stoddart, J., & Wu, P. (2017) Effects of dredging on critical ecological processes for marine invertebrates, seagrasses and macroalgae, and the potential for management with environmental windows using Western Australian as a case study. Ecological Indicators 78, 229-242. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.03.026.
  33. Hazel, J., & Venables, B. (2017) Can island specialists succeed as urban pioneers? Pied imperial-pigeons provide a case study. Wildlife Research 44, 40-47. doi: 10.1071/WR16146.
  34. Heindler, F.M., Alajmi, F., Huerlimann, R., Zeng, C., Newman, S.J., Vamvounis, G., & van Herwerden, L. (2017) Toxic effects of polyethylene terephthalate microparticles and Di(2-ethylhexyl)phthalate on the calanoid copepod, Parvocalanus crassirostris. Ecotoxicology and Environmental Safety 141, 298-305. doi: 10.1016/j.ecoenv.2017.03.029.
  35. James, C.S., Reside, A.E., VanDerWal, J., Pearson, R.G., Burrows, D., Capon, S.J., Harwood, T.D., Hodgson, L., & Waltham, N.J. (2017) Sink or swim? Potential for high faunal turnover in Australian rivers under climate change. Journal for Biogegraphy. doi: 10.1111/jbi.12926.
  36. Kihwele, E., Muse, E., Magomba, E., Mnaya, B., Nassoro, A., Banga, P., Murashani, E., Irmamasita, D., Kiwango, H., Birkett, C., & Wolanski, E. (In Press) Restoring the perennial Great Ruaha River using ecohydrology, engineering and governance methods in Tanzania. Ecohydrology & Hydrobiology. doi: 10.1016/j.ecohyd.2017.10.008.
  37. Li, Y., Martins, F., & Wolanski, E. (2017) Sensitivity analysis of the physical dynamics of the Fly River plume in Torres Strait. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 194, 84-91. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2017.06.006.
  38. Mnaya, B., Mtahiko, M., Wolanski, E. (2017) The Serengeti will die if Kenya dams the Mara River. Oryx 51(4), 581-583. doi: 10.1017/S0030605317001338.
  39. Morgan, D.L., Ebner, B.C., Allen, M.G., Gleiss, A.C., Beatty, S.J., & Whitty, J.M. (2017) Habitat use and site fidelity of neonate and juvenile green sawfish Pristis zijsron in a nursery area in Western Australia. Endangered Species Research 34, 235-249. doi: 10.3354/esr00847.
  40. Petit, G.P., Wildermann, N., Barrios-Garrido, H. (2017) Comunidades de macroinvertebrados asociadas a piscinas de marea del litoral rocoso Punta Perret, estado Zulia, Venezuela. Ciencia 25(1), 15-28.
  41. Phinn, S.R., Kovacs, E.M., Roelfsema, C.M., Canto, R.F., Collier, C.J., & McKenzie, L.J. (2017) Assessing the potential for satellite image monitoring of seagrass thermal dynamics: for inter- and shallow sub-tidal seagrasses in the inshore Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area, Australia. International Journal of Digital Earth, 1-23. doi: 10.1080.17538947.2017.1359343.
  42. Pusey, B.J., Burrows, D.W., Kennard, M.J., Perna, C.N., Unmack, P.J., Allsop, Q., & Hammer, M.P. (2017) Freshwater fishes of northern Australia. Zootaxa 4253(1), 001-104. doi: 10.11646/zootaxa.4253.1.1.
  43. Rodellas, V., Garcia-Orellana, J., Trezzi, G., Masque, P., Stieglitz, T.C., Bokuniewicz, H., Cochran, J.K., & Berdalet, E. (2017) Using the radium quartet to quantify submarine groundwater discharge and porewater exchange. Science Direct, 196, 58-73. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2016.09.016.
  44. Rowan, D.J., Templeman, M.A., & Kingsford, M.J. (2017) Herbicide effects on the growth and photosynthetic efficiency of Cassiopea maremetens. Chemsophere 183, 143-148. doi: 10.1016/j.chemosphere.2017.05.001.
  45. Salmo III, S.G., Tibbetts, I., & Duke, N.C. (2017) Colonization and shift of mollusc assemblages as a restoration indicator in planted mangroves in the Phillippines. Biodiversity and Conservation 26, 865-881. doi: 10.1007/s10531-016-1276-6.
  46. Salmo III, S.G., Tibbetts, I.R., & Duke, N.C. (2017) Nekton communities as indicators of habitat functionality in Philippine mangrove plantations. Marine and Freshwater Research. doi: 10.1071/MF17116.
  47. Schlaefer, J.A., Wolanski, E., & Kingsford, M.J. (2017) Swimming behaviour can maintain localised jellyfish (Chironex fleckeri: Cubozoa) populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi: 10.3354/meps12305.
  48. Sheaves, M., Baker, R., Abrantes, K.G., & Connolly, R.M. (2017) Fish biomass in tropical estuaries: Substantial variation in food web structure, sources of nutrition and ecosystem-supporting processes. Estuaries and Coasts 40, 580-593. doi: 10.1007/s12237-016-0159-0.
  49. Shimada, T., Limpus, C., Jones, R., Hamann, M. (2017) Aligning habitat use with management zoning to reduce vessel strike of sea turtles. Ocean & Coastal Management 142, 163-172. doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2017.03.028.
  50. Spies, R.B., Mukhtasor, M., & Burns, K.A. (2017) The Montara oil spill: A 2009 well blowout in the Timor Sea. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 1-8. doi: 10.1007/s00244-016-0356-7.
  51. Stieglitz, T.C., & Dujon, A.M. (2017) A groundwater-fed coastal inlet as habitat for the Carribbean queen conch Lobatus gigas – an acoustic telemetry and space use analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 571, 139-152. doi: 10.3354/meps12123.
  52. Su, N. (2017) The fractional Boussinesq equation of groundwater flow and its applicationsJournal of Hydrology, 547, 403-412.
  53. Su, N. (2017) Quantifying anomalous coastal processes with fractional calculus-based models. Editorial. International Journal of Marine Science and Ocean Technology, 4(1e), 1-2.
  54. Su, N. (2017) Exact and approximate solutions of fractional partial differential equations for water movement in soilsHydrology, 4(1), article 8.
  55. Tol, S.J., Jarvis, J.C., York, P.H., Grech, A., Congdon, B.C., & Coles, R.G. (2017) Long distance biotic dispersal of tropical seagrass seeds by marine mega-herbivores. Scientific Reports 7: 4458. doi: 10.1038/s41598-017-04421-1.
  56. Wallace, J., Waltham, N., Burrows, D. (2017) A comparison of temperature regimes in dry-season waterholes in the Flinders and Gilbert catchment in northern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 68, 650-667. doi: 10.1071/MF15468.
  57. Waltham, N.J., & Sheaves, M. (2017) Actue thermal tolerance of tropical estuarine fish occupying a man-made tidal lake, and increased exposure risk with climage change. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 196, 173-181. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2017.06.032.
  58. Wegscheidl, C.J., Sheaves, M., McLeod, I.M., Hedge, P.T., Gillies, C.L., & Creighton, C. (2017) Sustainable management of Australia’s coastal seascapes: a case for collecting and communicating quantitative evidence to inform decision-making. Wetland Ecology and Management 25, 3-22. doi: 10.1007/s11273-016-9515-x.
  59. Welsh, S.A., Jerry, D.R., Burrows, D.W., & Rourke, M.L. (2017) A new species of freshwater eel-tailed catfish of the Genus Tandanus (Teleostei: Plotosidae) from coastal rivers of mid-northern New South Wales, Australia. Copeia 105(2), 229-236. doi: 10.1643/CI-16-547.
  60. Wildermann, N., Critchell, K., Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Limpus, C.J., Wolanski, E., & Hamann, M. (2017) Does behaviour affect the dispersal of flatback post-hatchlings in the Great Barrier Reef. Royal Society Open Science 4:170164. doi: 10.1098/rsos.170164.
  61. Wilkinson, A.D., Collier, C.J., Flores, F., Langlois, L., Ralph, P.J., & Negri, A.R. (2017) Combined effects of temperature and the herbicide diuron on Photosystem II activity of the tropical seagrass Halophila ovalis. Scientific Reports 7:45404. doi: 10.1038/srep45404.
  62. Whitty, J.M., Keleher, J., Ebner, B.C., Gleiss, A.C., Simpfendorfer, C.A., & Morgan, D.L. (2017) Habitat use of a critically endangered elasmobranch, the largetooth sawfish Pristis pristis, in an intermittently flowing riverine nursery. Endangered Species Research 34, 211-227. doi: 10.3354/esr00837.
  63. Wolanski, E. (2017) Bounded and unbounded boundaries – Untangling mechanisms for estuarine-marine ecological connectivity: Scales of m to 10,000 km – A review. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 198, 378-392. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2016.06.022.
  64. Wolanski, E., Andutta, F., Deleersnijder, E., Li, Y., & Thomas, C.J. (2017) The Gulf of Carpentaria heated Torres Strait and the Northern Great Barrier Reef during the 2016 mass coral bleaching event. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 194, 172-181. doi: 10.1016.j.ecss.2016.06.018.
  65. Wu, P.P., Mengersen, K., McMahon, K., Kendrick, G.A., Chartrand, K., York. P.H., Rasheed, M.A., & Caley, M.J. (2017) Timing anthropogenic stressors to mitigate their impact on marine ecosystem resilience. Nature Communications 8: 1263. doi: 10.1038/s41467-017-01306-9.
  66. York, P.H., Smith, T.M., Coles, R.G., McKenna, S.A., Connolly, R.M., Irving, A.D., Jackson, E.L., McMahon, K., Runcie, J.W., Sherman, C.D.H., Sullivan, B.K., Trevathan-Tackett, S.M., Brodersen, K.E., Carter, A.B., Ewers, C.J., Lavery, P.S., Roelfsema, C.M., Sinclair, E.A., Strydom, S., Tanner, J.E., van Dijk, K., Warry, F.Y., Waycott, M., & Whitehead, S. (2017) Identifying knowledge gaps in seagrass research and management: An Australian perspective. Marine Environmental Research 127, 163-172. doi: 10.1016/j.marenvres.2016.06.006.

2016

  1. Asaeda, T., Barnuevo, A., Sanjaya, K., Fortes, M.D., Kanesaka, Y., & Wolanski, E. (2016) Mangrove plantation over a limestone reef – Good for the ecology? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 173, 57-64. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2016.02.017.
  2. Aschenbroich, A., Michaud, E., Stieglitz, T., Fromard, F., Gardel, A., Tavares, M., & Thouzeau, G. (2016) Brachyuran crab community structure and associated sediment reworking activities in pioneer and young mangroves of Frech Guiana, South America. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 182(A), 60/71. doi: 10.1016.j.ecss.2016.09.003.
  3. Bainbridge, Z., Lewis, S., Smithers, S., Wilkinson, S., Douglas, G., Hillier, S., & Brodie, J. (2016) Clay mineral source tracing and characterisation of Burdekin River (NE Australia) and flood plume fine sediment. Journal of Soils and Sediments 16, 687–706. doi: 10.1007/s11368-015-1282-4.
  4. Baird, M.E., Adams, M.P., Babcock, R.C., Oubelkheir, K., Mongin, M., Wild-Allen, K.A., Skerratt, J., Robson, B.J., Petrou, K., Ralph, P.J., O’Brien, K.R., Carter, A.B., Jarvis, J.C., & Rasheed, M.A. (2016) A biophysical representation of seagrass growth for application in a complex shallow-water biogeochemical model. Ecological Modelling 325, 13-27. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolmodel.2015.12.011.
  5. Barnett, A., Abrantes, K.G., Baker, R., Diedrich, A.S., Farr, M., Kuilboer, A., Mahony, T., McLeod, I., Moscardo, G., Prideaux, M., Stoeckl, N., van Luyn, A. & Sheaves, M. (2016) Sportfisheries, conservation and sustainable livelihoods: a multidisciplinary guide to developing best practice. Fish and Fisheries 17, 696-713. doi: 10.1111/faf.12140.
  6. Barrios-Garrido, H., De Turris-Morales, K., Nash, C.M., Delgado-Ortega, G., & Espinoza-Rodrigues, N. (2016) Acoustic parameters of Guiana Dolphin (Sotalia guianensis) Whistles in the Southern Gulf of Venezuela. Aquatic Mammals 42(2), 127-136. doi: 10.1578/AM.42.2.2016.127.
  7. Barrios-Garrido, H., & Montiel-Villalobos, M.G. (2016) Stranding of leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) along the western and southern coast of the Gulf of Venezuela. Herpetological Conservation and Biology 11(1), 244-252.
  8. Bird, M.I., O’Grady, D., & Ulm, S. (2016) Humans, water, and the colonization of Australia. PNAS 113(41), 11477-11482. doi: 10.1073/pnas.1608470113.
  9. Bonthu, S., Ganguly, D., Ramachandran, P., Ramachandran, R., Pattnaik, A.K., & Wolanski, E. (2016) Both riverine detritus and dissolved nutrients drive lagoon fisheries. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 183, 360-369. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2016.07.016.
  10. Brodie, J.E., Lewis, S., Wooldridge, S., Bainbridge, Z., Waterhouse, J., Honchin, C., Holmes, G., Fabricius, K., Collier, C., & Rasheed, M. (2016) Setting ecologically relevant targets for river pollutant loads to meet marine water quality requirements for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia: A preliminary methodology and analysis. Ocean and Coastal Management 143, 136-147. doi: 10.1016/j.ocecoanman.2016.09.028. 
  11. Brodie, J., & Pearson, R.C. (2016) Ecosystem health of the Great Barrier Reef: Time for effective management action based on evidence. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 183, 438-451. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2016.05.008.
  12. Buck, A.C.E., Gardiner, N.M., & Bostrom-Einarsson, L. (2016) Citric acid injections: an accessible and efficient method for controlling outbreaks of the crown-of-thorns starfish Acanthaster cf. solaris. Diversity 8(28), 1-12. doi: 10.3390/d8040028.
  13. Burns, K., & Jones, R. (2016) Assessment of sediment hydrocarbon contamination from the 2009 Montara oil blow out in the Timor Sea. Environmental Pollution 211, 214-225. doi: 10.1016/j.envpol.2015.10.012.
  14. Burns, K. (2016) Pollution guidelines leave a blind spot for assessing the impact of coal and oil. The Conservation.
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  89. Ramesh, R., Chen, Z., Cummins, V., Day, J., D’Elia, C., Dennison, B., Forbes, D.L., Glaeser, B., Glaser, M., Glavovic, B., Kremer, H., Lange, M., Larsen, J.N., Le Tissier, M., Newton, A., Pelling, M., Purvaja, R., & Wolanski, E. (2015) Land-ocean interactions in the coastal zone: Past, present & future. Anthropocene 12, 85-98. doi: 10.1016/j.ancene.2016.01.005.
  90. Razaghi, A., Huerlimann, R., Owens, L., & Heimann, K. (2015) Increased expression and secretion of recombinant hINFy through amino acid starvation-induced selective pressure on the adjacent HIS4 gene in Pichia pastoris. Acta Facultatis Pharmaceuticae Universitatis Comenianae 62(2), 1-8. doi: 10.1515/afpuc-2015-0031.
  91. Ricart, A.M., York. P.H., Rasheed, M.A., Perez, M., Romero, J., Bryant, C.V., & Macreadie, P.I. (2015) Variability of sedimentary organic carbon in patchy seagrass landscapes. Marine Pollution Bulletin 100(1), 476-482. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.09.032.
  92. Roberts, D.A., Paul, N.A., Bird, M.I., & de Nys, R. (2015) Bioremediation for coal-fired power stations using macroalgae. Journal of Environmental Management, 153: 25-32. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2015.01.036.
  93. Roberts, D.A., Paul, N.A., Cole, A. J., & de Nys, R.(2015) From waste water treatment to land management: conversion of aquatic biomass to biochar for soil amelioration and the fortification of crops with essential trace elements. Journal of Environmental Management, 157: 60-68. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2015.04.016.
  94. Rojas-Canizales, D., Rodriguez, M.A., Suarez-Villasmil, L., & Barrios-Garrido, H. (2015) Preliminary assessment of the growth rate of the Colombian Slider, Trachemys callirostris callirostris (Testudines: Emydidae) in captivity. Memoria, 72(177-178), 91-99.
  95. Schaffer, J.R., Hamann, M., Rowe, R., & Burrows, D.W. (2015) Muddy waters: the influence of high suspended-sediment concentration on the diving behaviour of a bimodally respiring freshwater turtle from north-eastern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 67, 505-512. doi: 10.1071/MF14117.
  96. Schliep, M., Pernice, M., Sinutok, S., Bryant, C.V., York, P.H., Rasheed, M.A., & Ralph, P.J. (2015) Evaluation of reference genes for RT-qPCR studies in the seagrass Zostera muelleri exposed to light limitation. Scientific Reports, 5:17051. doi: 10.1038/srep.17051.
  97. Sheaves, M., Baker, R., Nagelkerken, I., & Connolly, R.M. (2015) True value of estuarine and coastal nurseries for fish: incorporating complexity and dynamics. Estuaries and Coasts, 38: 401-414. DOI 10.1007/s12237-014-9846-x.
  98. Smith, A.J., McGowan, T., Devlin, M.J., Massoud, M.S., Al-Enezi, M., Al-Zaidan, A.S., Al-Sarawi, H.A., & Lyons, B.P. (2015) Screening for contaminant hotspots in the marine environment of Kuwait using ecotoxicological and chemical screening techniques. Marine Pollution Bulletin 100(2), 681-688. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.09.043.
  99. Sreekanth, J., & Datta, B. (2015) Review: simulation-optimization models for the management and monitoring of coastal aquifers. Hydrogeology Journal 23, 1155-1166. doi: 10/1007/s10040-015-1272-z.
  100. Starrs, D., Ebner, B.C., & Fulton, C.J. (2015) Ceasefire: minimal aggression among Murray River crayfish feeding upon patches of allochthonous material. Australian Journal of Zoology 63, 115-121. doi: 10.1071/ZO14081.
  101. Stehfest, K.M., Patterson, T.A., Barnett, A., & Semmens, J.M. (2015) Markov models and network analysis reveal sex-specific differences in the space-use of a coastal apex predator. Oikos 124: 307-318. doi: 10.1111/oik.01429.
  102. Su, N., Nelson, P.N., & Connor, S. (2015) The distributed-order fractional diffusion-wave equation of groundwater flow: Theory and application to pumping and slug tests. Journal of Hydrology, 529: 1262-1273. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2015.09.033.
  103. Templeman, M.A., & Kingsford, M.J. (2015) Predicting aqueous copper and zinc accumulation in the upside-down jellyfish Cassiopea maremetens through the use of biokinetic models. Environ Monit Assess, 187:416. doi: 10.1007/s10661-015-4657-5.
  104. Thomson, A.C.G., York, P.H., Smith, T.M., Sherman, C.D.H., Booth, D.J., Keough, M.J., Ross, D.J., & Macreadie, P.I. (2015) Seagrass viviparous propagules as a potential long-distance dispersal mechanism. Estuaries and Coasts, 38: 927-940. doi: 10.1007/s12237-014-9850-1.
  105. Unsworth, R.K.F., Collier, C.J., Waycott, M., McKenzie, L.J., & Cullen-Unsworth, L.C. (2015) A framework for the resilience of seagrass ecosystems. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 100 (1): 34-46. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2015.08.016
  106. Vermeiren, P., Abrantes, K., & Sheaves, M. (2015) Generalist and specialist feeding crabs maintain discrete tropic niches within and among estuarine locations. Estuaries and Coasts 38(6), 2070-2082. doi: 10.1007/s12237-015-9959-x.
  107. Veron, J., Stafford-Smith, M., DeVantier, L., & Turak, E. (2015) Overview of distribution patterns of zooxanthellate Scleractinia. Frontiers in Marine Science, 1: Article 81. doi:10.3389/fmars.2014.00081
  108. Wallace, J., Waltham, N., Burrows, D., & McJannet, D. (2015) The temperature regimes of dry season waterholes in tropical northern Australia: potential impacts on fish refugia. Freshwater Science, 34(2): 663-678. doi: 10.1086/681278.
  109. Waltham, N.J., & Sheaves, M. (2015) Expanding urban and industrial development in tropical seascapes necessitates green engineering and spatial planning thinking. Environmental Science & Technology 49, 2598-2599. doi: 10.1021/acs.est5b00661
  110. Waltham, N.J., & Sheaves, M. (2015) Expanding coastal urban and industrial seascape in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: Critical need for coordinated planning and policy. Marine Policy 57, 78-84. doi: 10.1016/j.marpol.2015.03.030.
  111. Walsh, M. & Lin, W. (2015) A parametric study on the thermal performance of unglazed solar water collectors with their colorbond steel absorber plates also used as roofs. International Journal of Green Energy, 12 (12): 1309-1322.
  112. Weeks, S.J., Mango-Canto, M.M., Jaine, F.R.A., Brodie, J., & Richardson, A.J. (2015) Unique sequence of events triggers manta ray feeding frenzy in the Southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Remote Sensing, 7(3), 3138-3152. doi: 10.3390/rs70303138
  113. Wilkinson, A.D., Collier, C.J., Flores, F., Mercurio, P., O’Brien, J., Ralph, P.J., & Negri, A.P. (2015) A miniature bioassay for testing the acute phytotoxicity of photosystem II herbicides on Seagrass. PLOS One, 10(2): doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0117541.
  114. Wilkinson, A.D., Collier, C.J., Flores, F., & Negri, A.P. (2015) Acute and additive toxicity of ten photosystem-II herbicides to seagrass. Scientific Reports, 5:17443. doi: 10.1038/srep17443.
  115. Williams, J.L., Pierce, S.J., Fuentes, M.M.P.B., & Hamann, M. (2015) Effectiveness of recreational divers for monitoring sea turtle populations. Endangered Species Research, 26: 209-219. doi: 10.3354/esr00647.
  116. Wooldridge, S.A., Brodie, J.E., Kroon, F.J., & Turner, R.D.R. (2015) Ecologically based targets for bioavailable (reactive) nitrogen discharge from the drainage basins of the Wet Tropics region, Great Barrier Reef. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 97(1-2), 262-272. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbol.2015.06.007.
  117. Xu, H., Newton, A., Wolanski, E., & Chen, Z. (2015) The fate of phosphorus in the Yangtze (Changjiang) Estuary, China, under multi-stressors: Hindsight and forecast. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 163, Part B. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2015.05.032.
  118. York, P.H., Carter, A.B., Chartrand, K., Sankey, T., Wells, L., & Rasheed, M.A. (2015) Dynamics of a deep-water seagrass population on the Great Barrier Reef: annual occurrence and response to a major dredging program. Scientific Reports, 1-9. doi: 10.1038/srep13167.

2014

  1. Abrantes, K.G., Barnett, A. & Bouillon, S. (2014) Stable isotope-based community metrics as a tool to identify patterns in food web structure in east African estuariesFunctional Ecology, 28: 270-282. doi: 10.1111/1365-2435.12155.
  2. Amirabdollahian, M., &  Datta, B. (2014) Identification of pollutant source characteristics under uncertainty in contaminated water resources systems using adaptive simulated anealing and fuzzy logic. International Journal of Geomate 6(1), 757-762.
  3. Andutta, F.P. Ridd, P.V., Deleersnijder, E., & Prandle, D. (2014) Contaminant exchange rates in estuaries – New formulae accounting for advection and dispersion. Progress in Oceanography, 120: 139-153. doi: 10.1016/j.pocean.2013.08.009.
  4. Alvarez-Romero, J.G., Wilkinson, S.N., Pressey, R.L., Ban, N.C., Kool, J., & Brodie, J. (2014) Modeling catchment nutrients and sediment loads to inform regional management of water quality in coastal-marine ecosystems: A comparison of two approachesJournal of Environmental Management, 146: 164-178. doi: 10.1016/j.jenvman.2014.07.007.
  5. Arthington, A.H., Godfrey, P.C., Pearson, R.G. Karim, F., & Wallace, J. (2014) Biodiversity values of remnant freshwater floodplain lagoons in agricultural catchments: evidence for fish of the Wet Tropics bioregion, northern AustraliaAquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. doi: 10/1002/aqc.2489.
  6. Arthington, A.H., Rolls, R.J., Sternberg, D., Mackay, S.J., & James, C.S. (2014) Fish assemblages in subtropical rivers: low-flow hydrology dominates hydro-ecological relationshipsHydrological Sciences Journal, 59: 3-4. doi: 10/1080/02626667.2013.844345.
  7. Awruch, C.A., Jones, S.M., Asorey, G.M. & Barnett, A. (2014) Non-lethal assessment of the reproductive status of broadnose sevengill sharks (Notorynchus cepedianus) to determine the significance of habitat use in coastal areasConservation Physiology 2,10.1093/onphys/cou013.
  8. Bainbridge, Z.T., Lewis, S.E., Smithers, S.G., Kuhnert, P.M. Henderson, B.L., & Brodie, J.E. (2014) Fine-suspended sediment and water budgets for a large, seasonally dry tropical catchment: Burdekin River catchment, Queensland, Australia.Water Resources Research. doi: 10/1002/2013WR014386.
  9. Baker, R., Fujiwara, M., & Minello, T.J. (2014) Juvenile growth and mortality effects on white shrimpLitopenaeus setiferus population dynamics in the northern Gulf of MexicoFisheries Research155: 74-82. DOI 10.1016/j.fishres.2014.02.026.
  10. Baker, R., Buckland, A., & Sheaves, M. (2014) Fish gut content analysis: robust measures of diet compositionFish and Fisheries15: 170-177. DOI: 10.1111/faf.12026.
  11. Bartley, R., Bainbridge, Z.T.Lewis, S.E., Kroon, F.J., Wilkinson, S.N., Brodie, J.E., & Silburn, D.M. (2014) Relating sediment impacts on coral reefs to watershed sources, processes and management: A reviewScience of the Total Environment 468-469, 1138-1153. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2013.09.030.
  12. Bass, A.M.Munksgaard, N.C.LeBlanc, M.Tweed, S., & Bird, M.I. (2014). Contrasting carbon export dynamics of human impacted and pristine tropical catchments in response to a short-lived discharge event. Hydrological Processes 28,1835-1843.
  13. Binning, S.A., Barnes, J.I., Davies, J.N., Backwell, P.R.Y. Scott Keogh, J., & Roche, D.G. (2014) Ectoparasites modify escape behaviour, but not performance, in a coral reef fish. Animal Behaviour 93, 1-7. doi: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2014.04.010.
  14. Blancette, M.L., Davis, A.M., Jardine, T.D, & Pearson, R.G. (2014). Omnivory and opportunism characterize food webs in a large dry-tropics river system. Freshwater Science 33(1), 142-158. doi: 10/1086/674632.
  15. Boyero, L., Cardinale, B.J., Bastian, M., Pearson, R.G. (2014) Biotic vs. Abiotic control of decomposition: A comparison of the effects of simulated extinctions and changes in temperature. PLoS ONE 9(1): e87426. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0087426.
  16. Brodie, J. (2014) Dredging the Great Barrier Reef: Use and misuse of scienceEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 142, 1-3. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2014.01.010.
  17. Brunnschweiler, J.M., Abrantes, K.G., & Barnett, A. (2014) Long-Term Changes in Species Composition and Relative Abundances of Sharks at a Provisioning Site. PLoS ONE 9(1): e86682. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0086682
  18. Burns, K.A. (2014). PAHs in the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon reach potentially toxic levels from coal port activitiesEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 144, 39-45. doi: 10.1016/j.ecss.2014.04.001
  19. Carter, A.B., Davies, C.R., Mapstone, B.D., Russ. G.R., Tobin, A.J., & Williams, A.J. (2014) Effects of region, demography, and protection from fishing on batch fecundity of common coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus). Coral Reefs 33, 751-763. doi: 10.1007/s00338-014-1164/z.
  20. Carter, A.B., Russ, G.R., Tobin, A.J., Williams, A.J., Davies, C.R., & Mapstone, B.D. (2014) Spatial variation in the effects of size and age on reproductive dynamics of common coral trout Plectropmus leopardus. Journal of Fish Biology 84, 1074-1098. doi: 10.1111/jfb.12346.
  21. Chen, H., Gao, W., Liu, T., Lin, W. & Liu, X. (2014) Numerical simulation study on thermal performance of four cross-V-groove solar air collectors. Journal of Yunnan Normal University, 34(4): 12-19.
  22. Cole, A.J., de Nys, R., & Paul, N.A. (2014). Biorecovery of nutrient waste as protein in freshwater macroalgaeAlgal Research 7, 58.65. doi: 10.1016/j.algal.2014.12.005
  23. Coles, R., Short, F., Fortes, M., & Kuo, J. (2014). Twenty years of seagrass networking and advancing seagrass science: The International Seagrass Biology Workshop Series. Pacific Conservation Biology 20(1), 8-16.
  24. Collier, C.J., Villacorta-Rath, C., van Dijk, K., Takahashi, M., & Waycott, M. (2014). Seagrass proliferation precedes mortality during hypo-salinity events: A stress-induced morphometric responsePLOSone 9. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0094014
  25. Collier, C.J., & Waycott, M. (2014). Temperature extremes reduce seagrass growth and induce mortalityMarine Pollution Bulletin 83, 483-490. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2014.03.050
  26. Cullen-Unsworth, L.C., Nordlund, L.M. Paddock, J., Baker, S., McKenzie, L.J., & Unsworth, R.K.F. (2014) Seagrass meadows globally as a coupled social-ecological system: Implications for human wellbeingMarine Pollution Bulletin 83(2), 387-397. DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2013.06.001
  27. Datta, B. & Singh, D. (2014) Optimal groundwater monitoring network design for pollution plume estimation with active sources. International Journal of Geomate 6 (4), 864-869.
  28. Davis, A.M.Lewis, S.E.Brodie, J.E., & Benson, A. (2014) The potential benefits of herbicide regulation: A cautionary note for the Great Barrier Reef catchment areaScience of the Total Environment 490, 81-92.
  29. Davis, A.M., Unmack, P.J., Pusey, B.J., Pearson, R.P., & Morgan, D.M. (2014). Effects of an adaptive zone shift on morphological and ecological diversification in terapontid fishesEvolutionary Ecology 28, 205-227.
  30. Davis, A.M., Unmack, P.J., Pusey, B.J., Pearson, R.G., & Morgan, D.L. (2014) Evidence for a multi-peak adaptive landscape in the evolution of tropic morphology in terapontid fishesBiological Journal of the Linnean Society 113 623-634.
  31. Davis, B., Baker, R., & Sheaves, M. (2014) Seascape and metacommunity processes regulate fish assemblage structure in coastal wetlandsMarine Ecology Progress Series 500, 187-202.
  32. Davis, B., Mattone, C., Sheaves, M. (2014) Bottom-up control regulates patterns of fish connectivity and assemblage structure in coastal wetlandsMarine Ecology Progress Series 500, 175-186.
  33. DeBose, J.L., & Paul, V.J. (2014). Chemical signatures of multi-species foraging aggregations are attractive to fishMarine Ecology Progress Series 498, 243-248.
  34. Dell, A.I., Alford, R.A. & Pearson, R.G. (2014) Intermittent pool beds are permanent cyclic habitats with distinct wet, moist and dry phases. PlosOne PONE-D-14-18241R1.
  35. Ebner, B.C., Starrs, D. Morgan, D.L., Fulton, C.J., Donaldson, J.A., Doody, S., Cousins, S., Kennard, M., Butler, G., Tonkin, Z., Beatty, S., Broadhurst, B., Clear, R., & Fletcher, C. (2014) Emergence of underwater video for field based study of freshwater fish and crustacean ecology in AustraliaJournal of the Royal Society of Western Australia 97, 287-296.
  36. Edmunds, R.C., McIntyre, J.K., Luckenbach, J.A., Baldwin, D.H., & Incardona, J.P. (2014) Toward enhanced MIQE compliance: Reference residual normalization of qPCR gene expression data. Journal of Biomolecular Techniques 25, 54-60. doi: 10.7171/jbt.14-2502-003.
  37. Fabricius, K.E., Logan, M., Weeks, S. & Brodie, J. (2014). The effects of river run-off on water clarity across the central Great Barrier ReefMarine Pollution Bulletin 84, 191-200.
  38. Farrington, L.W., Mark Lintermans. M., Ebner, B.C. (2014). Characterising genetic diversity and effective population size in one reservoir and two riverine populations of the threatened Macquarie PerchConservation Genetics (published on-line Jan 2014).
  39. Fisher, D.O., Johnson, C.N., Lawes, M.J., Fritz, S.A., McCallum, H., Blomberg, S.P., Van Der Wal, J., Abbott, B., Frank, A., Legge, S., Letnic, M., Thomas, C.R., Fisher, A., Gordon, I.J., & Kutt, A. (2014). The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating? Global Ecology and Biogeography, (Global Ecol. Biogeogr.) 23, 181.-190. doi: 10.1111/geb.12088.
  40. Flint, N., Crossland, M.R., & Pearson, R. (2014) Sublethal effects of fluctuating hypoxia on juvenile tropical Australian freshwater fish. Marine and Freshwater Research 66(4), 293-304. doi:10.1071/MF14120.
  41. Frisch, A.J., Ireland, M., & Baker, R. (2014) Trophic ecology of large predatory reef fishes: energy pathways, trophic level, and implications for fisheries in a changing climate. Marine Biology 161, 61-73. doi: 10.1007/s00227-013-2315-4.
  42. Gosch, B.J., Paul, N.A.de Nys, R., & Magnusson, M. (2014). Seasonal and within-plant variation in fatty acid content and composition in the brown seaweed Spatoglossum macrodontum (Dictyotales, Phaeophyceae). J Appl Phycol 27, 387-398. doi: 10.1007/s10811-014-0308-4.
  43. Hawdon, A., McJannet, D., & Wallace, J. (2014) Calibration and correction procedure for cosmic-ray neutron soil moisture probes located across AustraliaWater Resources Research 50, 1-15. doi: 10.1002/2013WR015138.
  44. Heithaus, M.R., Alcoverro, T., Arthur, R., Burkholder, D.A., Coates, K.A., Christianen, M.J.A., Kelkar, N., Manuel, S.A., Wirsing, A.J., Judson Kenworthy, W., & Fourqurean, J.W. (2014) Seagrasses in the age of sea turtle conservation and shark overfishingFrontiers in Marine Science 1 28, 1-6. doi: 10.3399/fmars.2014.00028.
  45. Hutchinson, N., Jenkins, G.P., Brown, A., & Smith, T.M. (2014). Variation with depth in temperate seagrass-associated fish assemblages in Southern Victoria, AustraliaEstuaries and Coasts 37, 801-814. doi: 10.1007/s12237-013-9742-9.
  46. Huth, N.I., Banabas, M., Nelson, P.N., & Webb, M. (2014) Development of an oil palm cropping systems model: Lessons learned and future directionsEnvironmental Modelling & Software 62, 411-419.
  47. Januchowski-Hartley, S.R., Pearson, R.G., Puschendorf, R., & Rayner, T. (2014). Fresh Waters and Fish Diversity: Distribution, Protection and Disturbance in Tropical AustraliaPLOSone 6, 1-11.
  48. Jarvis, J.C., Brush. M.J., & Moore, K.A. (2014). Modeling loss and recovery of Zostera marina beds in the Chesapeake Bay: The role of seedlings and seed-bank viabilityAquatic Botany 113, 32-45.
  49. Jarvis, J.C. & Moore, K.A. (2014). Effects of seed source, sediment type, and burial depth on mixed-annual and perennial Zostera marina L. seed germination and seedling establishmentEstuaries and Coasts 38, 964-978. doi: 10.1007/s12237-014-9869-3.
  50. Jarvis, J.C., Moore, K.A., & Judson Kenworthy, W. (2014) Persistence of Zostera marina L. (eelgrass) seeds in the sediment seed bank. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 459, 126-136. 
  51. Jha, M.K., & Datta, B. (2014) Linked simulation-optimization based dedicated monitoring network design for unknown pollutant source identification using dynamic time warping distance. Water Resources Management 28 (12), 4161-4182. doi: 10.1007/s11269-014-073.
  52. Johansson, C.L., Paul, N.A.de Nys, R., & Roberts, D.A. (2014). The complexity of biosorption treatments for oxyanions in a multi-element mine effluentJournal of Environmental Management 151, 386-392.
  53. Karim, F., Kinsey-Henderson, A., Wallace, J., Godfrey, P., Arthington, A.H., & Pearson, R.G. (2014). Modelling hydrological connectivity of tropical floodplain wetlands via a combined natural and artificial stream network. Hydrological Processes 28, 5696-5710. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10065.
  54. Kaserzon, S.L., Hawker, D.W., Booij, K., O’Brien, D.S., Kennedy, K., Vermeirssen, E.L.M., & Mueller, J.F. (2014) Passive sampling of perfluorinated chemicals in water: In-Situ calibration. Environmental Pollution 186, 98-103.
  55. Langlois, L., & Hoogenboom, M.O. (2014) Capacity for short-term physiological acclimation to light does not control the lower depth distributions of branching coralsMarine Ecology Progress Series 508, 149-162.
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  57. Lo, E.Y., Duke, N.C. & Sun. M. (2014) Phylogeographic pattern of Rhizophora (Rhizophoraceae) reveals the importance of both vicariance and long-distance oceanic dispersal to modern mangrove distributionBMC Evolutionary Biology 14(83).
  58. Lough, J.M., Llewellyn, L.E., Lewis, S.E., Turney, C.S.M., Palmer, J.G., Cook, C.G., & Hogg, A.G. (2014) Evidence for suppressed mid-Holocene northeastern Australian monsoon variability from coral luminescencePaleoceanography, 1-14. doi: 10.1002/2014PA002630.
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2013

  1. Alvarez-Romero, J.G., Devlin, M., Teixeira da Silva, E., Petus, C., Ban, N.C., Pressey, R.L., Kool, J., Roberts, J., Cerdeira-Estrada, S., Wenger, A.S. & Brodie, J. (2013). A novel approach to model exposure of coastal-marine ecosystems to riverine flood plumes based on remote sensing techniquesJournal of Environmental Management 119, 194-207.
  2. Amirabdollahian, M., & Datta, B. (2013) Identification of contaminant source characteristics and monitoring network design in groundwater aquifers: An overviewJournal of Environmental Protection 4, 26-41. doi: 10.4236/jep.2013.45A004.
  3. Andutta, F.P., Ridd, P.V. & Wolanski, E. (2013). The age and the flushing time of the Great Barrier Reef watersContinental Shelf Research 53, 11-19.
  4. Baker, R., Fry, B., Rozas, L.P., & Minello, T.J. (2013) Hydrodynamic regulation of salt marsh contributions to aquatic food webs. Marine Ecology Progress Series 490, 37-52. doi: 10.3354/meps10442.
  5. Bass, A.M.O’Grady, D., Berkin, C., LeBlanc, M.Tweed, S.Nelson, P.N. & Bird, M.I. (2013). High diurnal variation in dissolved inorganic C, S13C values and surface efflux of CO2 in a seasonal tropical floodplainEnvironmental Chemistry Letters 11 399-405.
  6. Barnett, A., Yick, J.L., Abrantes, K.G. & Awruch, C.A. (2013). Trophic ecology of an abundant predator and its relationship with fisheriesMarine Ecology Progress Series 409, 241-248.
  7. Bird, M.I., Hutley, L.B., Lawes, M.J., Lloyd, J., Luly, J.G., Ridd, P.V., Roberts, R.G., Ulm, S. & Wurster, C.M. (2013). Humans, megafauna and environmental change in tropical AustraliaJournal of Quaternary Science 9999 1-14.
  8. Broadhurst, B.T., Ebner, B.C., Lintermans, M., Thiem, J. D. & Clear, R. (2013)Jailbreak: A fishway releases the endangered Macquarie perch from confinement below an anthropogenic barrier. Marine and Freshwater Research 64, 900–908.
  9. Brooker, R.M., Munday, P.L., McLeod, I.M., Jones, G.P. (2013). Habitat preferences of a corallivorous reef fish: predation risk versus prey availabilityCoral Reefs 32, 613-622
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  11. Brunnschweiler, J.M., Abrantes, K.G. & Barnett A. (2013) Long-term changes in species composition and relative abundances of sharks at a provisioning site. PLoS ONE 9(1): e86682. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0086682.
  12. Calver, M.C., Beatty, S.J., Bryant, K.A. Dickman, C.R. Ebner, B.C. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Users beware: implications of database errors when assessing the individual research records of ecologists and conservation biologists. Pacific Conservation Biology 19, 320-330.
  13. Chong, C., Edwards, W., Pearson, R. & Waycott, M. (2013) Sprouting and genetic structure vary with flood disturbance in the tropical riverine paperbark tree, Melaleuca Leucadendra (Myrtaceae). American Journal of Botany 100(11) 2250-2260.
  14. Connolly, N.M., Pearson, R.G., (2013) Nutrient enrichment of a heterotropic stream alters leaf litter nutritional quality and shredder physiological condition via the microbial pathwayHydrobiologia 718 85-92. doi:10.1007/s10750-013-1605-7.
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  17. Datta, B., Prakash, R., Campbell, S. & Escalada, G. (2013) Efficient identification of unknown groundwater pollution sources using linked simulation-optimization incorporating monitoring location impact factor and frequency factor. Water Resources Management 27, 4959-4976. doi: 10.1007/s11269-013-0451-8.
  18. Davis, A.M., Thorburn, P.J., Lewis, S.E., Bainbridge, Z.T., Attard, S.J., Milla, R. & Brodie, J.E. (2013). Environmental impacts of irrigated sugarcane production: herbicide run-off dynamics from farms and associated drainage systems. Agriculture, Ecosystems and Environment. doi:org/10.1016/j.agee.2011.06.019.
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  20. Davis, A.M., Unmack, P.J., Pusey, B.J., Pearson, R.G., & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Ontogenetic development of intestinal length and relationships to diet in an Australasian fish family (Terapontidae). BMC Evolutionary Biology 13, 53.
  21. DeBose, J.L., Nuttall, M.F., Hickerson, E.L. & Schmahl, G.P. (2013). A high-latitude coral community with an uncertain future: Stetson Bank, Northwestern Gulf of MexicoCoral Reefs 32, 255-267. doi: 10.1007/s00338-012-0971.
  22. Devlin, M.J. & Parker, E.R. (in press). Historic perspective on riverine nutrient loads to the Thames and Liverpool Bay marine areas: implications for land-use management. ICES.
  23. Devlin, M.J.Brodie, J.E.Wenger, A.S.da Silva, E.Alvarez-Romero, J.G., Waterhouse, J. & McKenzie, L. (in press). Chronic and acute influences on the Great Barrier Reef: putting extreme weather conditions in context.
  24. Devlin, M.J., da Silva, E.T., Petus. C., Wenger, A.S., Zeh D., Tracey, D., Álvarez-Romero, J.G. & Brodie. J. (2013). Combining in-situ water quality and remotely sensed data across spatial and temporal scales to measure variability in wet season chlorophyll-a: Great Barrier Reef lagoon (Queensland, Australia). Ecological Processes 2, 31.
  25. Devlin, M.J.Debose, J. & Ajani, P. (in press). Variability in phytoplankton biomass and community over wet season conditions in the Great Barrier Reef. Making the linkages to COTS. Estuarine Coast and Shelf Science.
  26. Donaldson, J.A.Ebner, B.C. & Fulton, C.J. (2013). Flow velocity underpins microhabitat selectivity in amphidromous gobies of the Australian Wet TropicsFreshwater Biology 58, 1038–1051.
  27. Doubleday, Z. A., Clarke, S., Li, X., Pecl, G. T., Ward, T.M., Battaglene, S., Frusher, S., Gibbs, P.J., Hobday, A.J., Hutchinson, N., Jennings, S.M. & Stoklosa, R. (2013). Assessing the risk of climate change to aquaculture: a case study from south-east AustraliaAquaculture Environment Interactions 3, 163-175.
  28. Dowe, J.L., Noblick, L.R., Reed, S. & Dowe, A.J. (in press). The influence of soil and abiotic habitat factors on stem and leaf size variability in Sabal palmetto (Arecaceae) in Florida. Journal of the Torrey Botanical Society.
  29. Dunn, R.J., Robertson, D., Teasdale, P.R., Waltham, N.J., & Welsh D.T. (2013). Benthic metabolism and nitrogen dynamics in an urbanised tidal creek: Domination of DNRA over denitrification as a nitrate reduction pathwayEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 131, 271-281.
  30. Ebner, B.C. & Morgan, D.L. (2013). Using remote underwater video to estimate freshwater fish species richnessJournal of Fish Biology82, 1592–1612.
  31. Fisher, D.O., Johnson, C.N., Lawes, M.J., Fritz, S.A., McCallum, H., Blomberg, S.P., VanDerWal, J., Abbott, B.A., Legge, S., Letnic, M., Thomas, C.R., Fisher, A., Gordon, I.J. & Kutt, A. (2013). The current decline of tropical marsupials in Australia: is history repeating? Global Ecology and Biogeography23, 181-190.
  32. Foden, W.B., Butchart, S.H.M., Stuart S.N., Vie ́, J., H., Akcakaya, R., Angulo A., DeVantier L.M., Gutsche A., Turak E., Cao L., Donner S.D., Katariya V., Bernard R., Holland, R.A., Hughes, A.F., O’Hanlon, S.E., Garnett, S. T., Sekercioglu, C.H. & Mace, G.M. (2013). Identifying the world’s most climate change vulnerable species: a systematic trait-based assessment of all birds, amphibians and corals. PLoS One 8 (6): e65427. Doi10.1271/journal.pone.0065427.
  33. Grech, A., Bos, M., Brodie, J.Coles, R., Dale, A., Gilbert, R., Hamann, M.Marsh, H., Neil, K., Pressey, R.L., Rasheed, M.A., Sheaves, M. & Smith, A. (2013). Guiding principles for the improved governance of port and shipping impacts in the Great Barrier ReefMarine Pollution Bulletin 75 8-20.
  34. Hazel, J., Hamann, M. and Lawler, I.R. (2013). Home range of immature green turtles tracked at an offshore tropical reef using automated passive acoustic technologyMarine Biology.
  35. Hoeke, R.K., Storlazzi, C.D. & Ridd, P.V. (2013). Drivers of circulation in a fringing coral reef embayment: A wave-flow coupled numerical modeling study of Hanalei Bay, HawaiiContinental Shelf Research 58 79-95.
  36. Hutchinson, N., Jenkins, G.P., Brown, A. and Smith, T.M. (2013). Variation with depth in temperate seagrass associated fish assemblages in southern Victoria, Australia. Estuaries and Coasts. doi: 10.1007/s12237-013-9742-9.
  37. Incardona, J.P., Swarts, T.L., Edmunds, R.C., Linbo, T.L., Aquilana-Beck, A., Sloan, C.A., Gardner, L.D., Block, B.A., & Scholz, N.L. (2013) Exxon Valdez to Deepwater Horizon: Comparable toxicity of both crude oils to fish early life stages.Aquatic Toxicology 142-143, 303-316. doi: 10.1016/j.aquatox.2013.08.011.
  38. Karim, F., Kinsey-Henderson, A., Wallace, J., Godfrey, P., Arthington, A.H. & Pearson, R. (2013). Modelling hydrological connectivity of tropical floodplain wetlands via a combined natural and artificial stream network. Hydrological Processes. doi: 10.1002/hyp.10065.
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  44. Mackay, A.K., Taylor, M.P., Munksgaard, N.C., Hudson-Edwards, K.A. & Burn-Nunes, L. (2013). Identification of environmental lead sources and pathways in a mining and smelting town: Mount Isa, AustraliaEnvironmental Pollution 180, 304-311.
  45. Mallela, J. Lewis, S.E. & Croke, B. (2013). Coral skeletons provide historical evidence of phosphorus runoff on the Great Barrier ReefPlosOne.
  46. McLeod, I.M., Rummer, J.L., Clark, T.D., Jones, G.P.McCormick, M.I., Wenger, A.S., Munday, P.L. (2013). Climate change and the performance of larval coral reef fishes: the interaction between temperature and food availability. Conservation Physiology 1. doi: 10.1093/consphys/cot24.
  47. Munksgaard, N.C., Davies, K., Wurster, C.M., Bass, A.M. & Bird, M.I. (2013). Field-based cavity ring-down spectrometry of 13C in soil-respired CO2Isotopes in Environmental and Health Studies 42 232-242.
  48. Munksgaard, N.C., & Lottermoser, B.G. (2013). Phosphate amendment of metalliferous tailings, Cannington Ag–Pb–Zn mine, Australia: implications for the capping of tailings storage facilitiesEnvironmental Earth Sciences 68 33-44.
  49. Nagelkerken, I., Sheaves, M., Baker, R., & Connolly, R.M. (2013) The seascape nursery: A novel spatial approach to identify and manage nurseries for coastal marine fauna. Fish and Fisheries 16, 362-371. doi: 10.1111.faf.12057.
  50. Nguyen, H.H., McAlpine, C. Pullar, D., Johansen, K. & Duke, N.C. (2013). The relationship of spatial-temporal changes in fringe mangrove extent and adjacent land-use: Case study of Kien Giang coast, VietnamOcean & Coastal Management 76, 12-22.
  51. O’Grady, D.Leblanc, M. & Gillieson, D. (2013). Relationship of local incidence angle with satellite radar backscatter for different surface conditionsInternational Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation 24 42-53.
  52. Orpin, A.R. & Ridd, P.V. (2013). Exposure of inshore corals to suspended sediments due to wave-resuspension and river plumes in the central Great Barrier Reef: A reappraisalContinental Shelf Research 47 55-67.
  53. Pearson, R.C, Godfrey, P.C., Arthington, A.H., Wallace, J. Karim, F. & Ellison, M. (2013). Biophysical status of remnant freshwater floodplain lagoons in the Great Barrier Reef catchment: a challenge for assessment and monitoring. Marine and Freshwater Research 64 208-222.
  54. Petrou, K., Jimenez-Denness, I., Chartrand, K.McCormack, C.Rasheed, M. & Ralph P. J. (2013). Seasonal heterogeneity in the photophysiological response to air exposure in two tropical intertidal seagrass speciesMarine Ecological Progress Series 482 93-106.
  55. Petus, C., Lewis, M., & White, D. (2013). Monitoring temporal dynamics of Dalhousie Springs vegetation with MODIS Normalized Difference Vegetation IndexEcological Indicators, 34: 41-52.
  56. Prakash, O., & Datta, B. (2013) Sequential optimal monitoring network design and iterative spatial estimation of pollutant concentration for identification of unknown groundwater pollution source locations. Environmental Monitoring and Assessment185, 5611-5626. doi: 10.1007/s10661-012-2971-8.
  57. Pusey, B.J., Burrows, D.W., Bentley, A. & Perna, C.N. (In press). Revision of Hephaestus fuliginosus with the redescription of a new species. Journal of Fish Biology.
  58. Reeves, J.M., Bostock, H.C., Ayliffe, L.K., Barrows, T.T., De Deckker, P., Devriendt, L.S., Dunbar, G.B., Drysdale, R.N., Fitzsimmons, K.E., Gagan, M.K., Griffiths, M.L., Haberle, S.G., Jansen, J.D., Krause, C.E., Lewis, S.E., McGregor, H.V., Mooney, S.D., Moss, P., Nanson, G., Purcell, A. & van der Kaars, S. (2013). Palaeoenvironmental change in tropical Australasia over the last 30 000 years- A synthesis by the OZ-INTIMATE groupQuaternary Science Reviews, 1-14. doi: 10.1016/j.quascirev.2013.01.001.
  59. Ridd, P.V.da Silva, E.T. & Stieglitz, T. (2013). Have coral calcification rates slowed in the last twenty years? Marine Geology 346 392-399.
  60. Ridd, P.V., Larcombe, P., Stieglitz, T. & Orpin, A. (2013). Comment on “Towards ecologically relevant targets for river pollutant loads to the Great Barrier Reef” by F.J. KroonMarine Pollution Bulletin 66 259-262.
  61. Ryan, K., Lintermans, M., Ebner, B.C., & Norris, R.H. (2013). Using fine-scale overlap in predator-prey distribution for assessing risk to a threatened Macquarie perch populationFreshwater Science. 32, 1057–1072.
  62. Russel, D.J., Thuesen, P.A., Thomson, F.E., & Power, T.N. (2013). Is stocking barramundi (Lates calcarifer) in north-eastern Queensland a threat to aquatic biodiversity? Marine and Freshwater Research, 64. 992-1002.
  63. Salmo III, S.G., Lovelock, C. and. Duke, N.C (2013). Vegetation and soil characteristics as indicators of restoration trajectories in restored mangrovesHydrobiologia 720, 1-18.
  64. Seoane, L., Ramillien, G., Frappart, F., Leblanc, M. (2013). Regional GRACE-based estimates of water mass variations over Australia: Validation and interpretationHydrology and Earth System Sciences 17 4925-4939.
  65. Sheaves, M., Johnston, R., Johnson, A., Baker, R., & Connolly, R.M. (2013) Nursery function drives temporal patterns in fish assemblage structure in four tropical estuaries. Estuaries and Coasts 36, 893-905. doi: 10.1007/s12237-013-9610-7.
  66. Spalding, M.D., McIvor, A.L., Beck, M.W., Koch, E.W., Moller, I., Reed, D.J., Rubinoff, P., Spencer, T., Tolhurst T.,  Wamsley, T.V., van Wesenbeeck B.K., Wolanski, E. & Woodroffe, C.D. (2013). Coastal ecosystems: a critical element of risk reduction.Conservation Letters 7(3), 293-301. doi: 10.1111/conl.12074
  67. Smith, T.M., G.P. Jenkins & Hutchinson, N. (2013). Seagrass edge effects on fish assemblages in deep and shallow habitatsEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 115: 291-299.
  68. Starrs, D., Ebner, B.C., & Fulton, C.J. (2013). Can back-calculation models unravel complex larval freshwater fish growth histories? Journal of Fish Biology 83, 96–110.
  69. Stieglitz, T.C., Clark, J.F. & Hancock, G.J. (2013). The mangrove pump: the tidal flushing of animal burrows in a tropical mangrove forest determined from radionuclide budgetsGeochimica et cosmochimica acta, 102, 12-22.
  70. Stieglitz, T., Waterson, P. (2013). Impact of Cyclone Yasi on the Wreck of the SS Yongala Documented by Comparative Multibeam Bathymetry Analysis. Queensland Archeological Research, 16 33-44.
  71. Taylor, R.G., Scanlon, B., Döll, P., Rodell, M., Van Beek, R., Wada, Y., Longuevergne, L., Leblanc, M.et al. (2013). Ground water and climate changeNature Climate Change 3 322-329.
  72. Thiem, J.D., Broadhurst, B.T., Lintermans, M., Ebner, B.C., Clear, R.C., & Wright, D. (2013). Seasonal differences in the diel movements of Macquarie perch (Macquaria australasica) in an upland reservoir. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 22, 145–156. doi: 10.1111/eff.12012.
  73. Tsatsaros, J.H., Brodie, J.E., Bohnet, I.C., & Valentine, P. (2013). Water quality degradation of coastal waterways in the Wet Tropics, AustraliaWater, Air, and Soil Pollution, 224:1443. doi: 10.1007/s11270-013-1443-2.
  74. Wallace, J., Macfarlane, C., McJannet, D., Ellis, T., Grigg, A. & van Dijk, A. (2013.) Evaluation of forest interception estimation in the continental scale Australian Water Resources Assessment – Landscape (AWRA-L) model. Journal of Hydrology 499, 210-223.
  75. Wallace, J. & McJannet, D. (2013). How might Australian rainforest cloud interception respond to climate changeJournal of Hydrology 481, 85-95. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.12.028.
  76. Waltham, N.J. & Connolly R.M. (2013). Artificial tidal lakes: Built for humans, home to fishEcological Engineering, 60, 414-420.
  77. Waltham, N.J., Teasdale, P.R., & Connolly, R.M. (2013). Use of flathead mullet (Mugil cephalus) in coastal biomonitor studies: review and recommendations for future studies.  Marine Pollution Bulletin 69, 195-205.
  78. Wenger, A.S., Devlin, M., Petus, C., & da Silva, E.T. (in press). Extreme weather monitoring in the Great Barrier Reef. The wet season of 2010-11. Estuarine Coast and Shelf Science.
  79. Wenger, A.S., McCormick, M.I., McLeod, I.M., Jones, G.P. (2013). Suspended sediment alters predator-prey interactions between two coral reef fishesCoral Reefs 32, 369-374.
  80. Wilson, J., & Devlin, M. (2013). Nutrients, food web and tropho-dynamic processesEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.
  81. Wolanski, E., Lambrechts, J., Thomas, C., & Deleersnijder, E. (2013). The net water circulation through Torres StraitContinental Shelf Research 64, 66-74.
  82. Wood, A.L., Butler, J. R., Sheaves, M. & Wani, J. (2013). Sport fisheries: opportunities and challenges for diversifying coastal livelihoods in the PacificMarine Policy 42, 305.
  83. Xu, H., Wolanski, E. & Chen, Z. (2013). Suspended particulate matter affects the nutrient budget of turbid estuaries: Modification of the LOICZ model and application to the Yangtze EstuaryEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 12759-62.
  84. York, P.H., Gruber, R.K., Hill, R., Ralph, P.J., Booth, D.J., & MacReadie, P.I. (2013). Physiological and Morphological Responses of the Temperate Seagrass Zostera muelleri to Multiple Stressors: Investigating the Interactive Effects of Light and TemperaturePLOS One 1-12.

2012

  1. Andutta, F.P., Kingsford, M.J. & Wolanski, E. (2012). ‘Sticky water’ enables the retention of larvae in a reef mosaicEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 101: 54-63.
  2. Aswani, S., Christie, P., Nyawira, A., Muthiga, N., Mahon, R., Primavera, J.H., Cramer, L.A., Barbier, E.B., Granek, E.F., Kennedy, C., Wolanski, E. & Hacker, S. (2012). The way forward with ecosystem-based management in tropical contexts: reconciling with existing management systems. Marine Policy, 36 (1):1-10.
  3. Bass, A.M., Bird, M.I., Munksgaard, N.C. Wurster, C.M. (2012) ISO-CADICA: Isotopic – continuous, automated dissolved inorganic carbon analyser. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 26 639-644.
  4. Bainbridge, Z.T., Wolanski, E., Alvarez-Romero, J.G., Lewis, S.E. & Brodie, J.E. (2012). Fine sediment and nutrient dynamics related to particle size and floc formation in a Burdekin River flood plume, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65(4-9): 236-248. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.01.043.
  5. Broadhurst, B.T., Ebner, B.C., & Clear, R.C. (2012). A rock-ramp fishway expands nursery grounds of the endangered Macquarie perch Macquaria australasica. Australian Journal of Zoology, 60: 91–100.
  6. Broadhurst, B.T., Lintermans, M., Thiem, J.D., Ebner, B.C., Wright, D.W., & Clear, R. (2012). Spatial ecology and habitat use of two-spined blackfish Gadopsis bispinosus in an upland reservoirAquatic Ecology, 46: 297–309.
  7. Brodie, J.E., Kroon, F.J., Schaffelke, B., Wolanski, E., Lewis, S.E., Devlin, M.J., Bainbridge, Z.T., Waterhouse, J. &Davis, A.M. (2012). Terrestrial pollutant runoff to the Great Barrier Reef: an update of issues, priorities and management responsesMarine Pollution Bulletin, 65(4-9): 81-100. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/ 791 j.marpolbul.2011.12.012.
  8. Brodie, J. & Waterhouse, J. (2012). A critical review of environmental management of the ‘not so Great’ Barrier ReefEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 104-105: 1-22doi:10.1016/j.ecss.2012.03.012
  9. Brodie, J.E., Wolanski, E., Lewis, S.E. & Bainbridge, Z.T. (2012). An assessment of residence times of land-sourced contaminants in the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon and the implications for management and reef recovery. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 267-279. doi: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.12.011.
  10. Cartwright, I., Weaver, T.R., Cendon, D.I., Fifield, L.K., Tweed, S.O., Petrides, B., Swane, I. (2012) Constraining groundwater flow, residence times, inter-aquifer mixing, and aquifer properties using environmental isotopes in the southeast Murray Basin, AustraliaApplied Geochemistry, 27 1698-1709.
  11. Carroll, C., Waters, D., Vardy, S., Silburn, D.M., Attard, S., Thornburn, P.J., Davis, A.M., Halpin, N., Schmidt, M., Wilson, B. & Clark, A. (2012). A paddock to reef monitoring and modelling framework for the Great Barrier Reef: paddock and catchment component. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 136-149. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.11.022.
  12. Collier, C.J., Waycott, M., & McKenzie, L. (2012). Light thresholds derived from seagrass loss in the coastal zone of the northern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Ecological Indicators 23, 211–219. doi: 10.1016/j.ecolind.2012.04005.
  13. Davis, A.M. Blanchette, M.L., Pusey, B.J., Pearson, R.G. and Jardine, T.D. (2012). Gut-content and stable-isotope analyses provide complementary understanding of ontogenetic dietary shifts and trophic relationships among fishes in a tropical river. Freshwater Biology, 57: 2156-2172.
  14. Davis, A.M., Lewis, S.E., Bainbridge, Z.T., Glendenning, L.G., Turner, R.D.R. & Brodie, J.E. (2012). Dynamics of herbicide transport and partitioning under event flow conditions in the lower Burdekin region, AustraliaMarine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 182-193.
  15. Davis, A.M., Pusey, B.J. & Pearson, R.G. (2012). Trophic ecology of terapontid fishes (Pisces: Terapontidae): the role of morphology and ontogeny. Marine and Freshwater Research, 63: 128–141.
  16. Davis, A.M., Pusey, B.J. & Pearson, R.G. (2012). Contrasting intraspecific dietary shifts in two terapontid assemblages from Australia’s wet-dry tropics. Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 21: 42-56.
  17. Davis, A.M., Unmack, P.J., Pusey, B.J., Johnson, J.B., and Pearson, R.G. (2012). Marine-freshwater transitions are associated with the evolution of dietary diversification in terapontid grunters (Teleostei: Terapontidae)Journal of Evolutionary Biology,25: 1163-1179.
  18. Davis, B., Johnston, R., Baker, R., & Sheaves, M. (2012) Fish utilisation of wetland nurseries with complex hydrological connectivity. PLOS One 7(11). doi: 10.1371.journal.pone.0049107.
  19. Devlin, M.J., McKinna, L.W., Alvarez-Romero, J.G., Petus, C., Abott, B., Harkness, P., & Brodie, J.E. (2012). Mapping the pollutants in surface riverine flood plume waters in the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 224-235.
  20. Devlin, M.J. & Schaffelke, B. (2012). Catchment to Reef continuum: case studies from the Great Barrier ReefMarine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 77-80.
  21. Dunn, R.J.K., Welsh, D.T., Jordan, M.A., Waltham, N.J., Lemckert C.J., & Teasdale, P.R. (2012). Benthic metabolism and nitrogen dynamics in a sub-tropical coastal lagoon: microphytobenthos stimulate nitrification and nitrate reduction through photosynthetic oxygen evolution. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 113: 272-282.
  22. Edmunds, R.C., Smith-Keune, C., van Herwerden, L., Fulton, C.J., & Jerry, D.J. (2012) Exposing local adaptation: synergistic stressors elicit population-specific lactate dehydrogenase-B (Idh-b) expression profiles in Australian barramundi, Lates calcarifer. Aquatic Sciences 74, 171/178. doi: 10.1007/s00027-011-0208-5.
  23. Fulton, C. J, Starrs, D., Ruibal, M. P. & Ebner, B. C. (2012). Counting crayfish: active searching and baited cameras trump conventional hoop netting in detecting Euastacus armatus. Endangered Species Research 19, 39–45 doi:10.3354/esr00460
  24. Golbuu, Y., Wolanski, E., Idechong, J.W., Victor, S., Isechal, A.L., Oldiais, N.W., Idip, D., Richmond, R.H. & van Woesik, R. (2012). Predicting coral recruitment in Palau’s complex reef archipelagoPLOS One, 7: 11:e50998.
  25. Grech, A., Chartrand-Miller, K., Erftemeijer, P., Fonseca, M., McKenzie, L., Rasheed, M.A., Taylor, H. & Coles, R. (2012). A comparison of threats, vulnerabilities and management approaches in global seagrass bioregions. Environmental Research Letters, 7(2): 024006 (8pp) doi:10.1088/1748-9326/7/2/024006
  26. Kennedy, K., Devlin, M.J., Bentley, C., Lee-Chue, K., Paxman, C., Carter, S., Lewis,S., Brodie, J.E., Guy, E., Vardy, S., Martin, K.C., Jones, A., Packett, R. &Mueller, J.F. (2012). The influence of a season of extreme wet weather events on exposure of the World Heritage Area Great Barrier Reef to pesticides. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64: 1495-1507.
  27. Kennedy, K., Schroeder, T., Shaw, M., Haynes, D., Lewis, S., Bentley, C., Paxman, C., Carter., Brando, V., Bartkow., Hearn, L. & Mueller, J. (2012). Long-term monitoring of photosystem-II herbicides – correlation with remotely sensed freshwater extent to monitor changes in the quality of water entering the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 292-305.
  28. Kihwele, E., Mnaya, B., Meng’ataki, G., Birkett, C. & Wolanski, E. (2012). The role of vegetation in the water budget of the Usangu wetlands, Tanzania. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 20: 389-398.
  29. Kroon, F.J., Kuhnert, P.M., Henderson, B.L., Wilkinson, S.N., Kinsey-Henderson, A., Abbott, B., Brodie, J.E. & Turner, R.D. (2012). River loads of suspended solids, nitrogen, phosphorus and herbicides delivered to the Great Barrier Reef lagoon. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65 (4-9): 167-181. doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2011.10.018
  30. Kuhnert, P., Henderson, B., Lewis, S.E., Bainbridge, Z.T., Wilkinson, S. & Brodie, J.E. (2012). Quantifying total suspended sediment export from the Burdekin River catchment using the Loads Regression Estimator Tool. Water Resources Research, 48: W04533. doi:10.1029/2011WR011080.
  31. Lemoalle, J., Bader, J., Leblanc, M., Sedick, A. (2012) Recent changes in Lake Chad: Observations, simulations and management options (1973–2011). Global and Environmental Change, 80-81: 247-254.
  32. Lewis, S.E., Brodie, J.E., McCulloch, M., Mallela, J., Jupiter, S., Williams, H., Lough, J., & Matson, E. (2012). An assessment of an environmental gradient using coral geochemical records, Whitsunday Islands, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 306–319.
  33. Lewis, S.E., Schaffelke, B., Shaw, M., Bainbridge, Z.T., Rohde, K., Kennedy, K., Davis, A.M., Masters, B.L., Devlin, M.J., Mueller, J.F. & Brodie, J.E. (2012). Assessing the additive risks of PSII herbicide exposure to the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 280-291.
  34. Lewis, S.E., Wust, R.A., Webster, J.M., Shields, G.A., Renema, W., Lough, J.M. & Jacobsen, G. (2012). Development of an inshore fringing coral reef using textural, compositional and stratigraphic data from Magnetic Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Geology, 299-302: 18-32.
  35. McLeod, I.M., Parsons, D.M., Morrison, M.A., Le Port, A., Taylor, R.B. (2012). Factors affecting the recovery of soft-sediment mussel reefs in the Firth of Thames, New Zealand. Marine and Freshwater Research 63, 78-83.
  36. Minello, T.J., Rozas, L.P., & Baker, R. (2012) Geographic variability in salt marsh flooding patterns may affect nursery value for fishery species. Estuaries and Coasts 35, 501-514. doi: 10.1007/s12237-011-9463-x.
  37. Muunksgaard, N.C., Lottermoser, B.G., Blake, K. (2012) Prolonged testing of metal mobility in mining-testing soils amended with phosphate fertilisers. Water, Air and Soil Pollution 223 2237-2255.
  38. Muunksgaard, N.C., Wurster, C.M., Bass, A., Zagorshis, I. Bird, M.I. (2012) First continuous shipboard d18O and dD measurements in sea water by diffusion sampling—cavity ring-down spectrometry. Environmental Chemistry Letters 10 301-307.
  39. Novoa, S., Chust, G., Froidefond, J.M., Petus, C., Franco, J., Orive, E., Seoane, S., & Borja, A. (2012) Water quality monitoring in Basque coastal areas using local chlorophyll-a algorithm and MERIS imagesJournal of Applied Remote Sensing6, 1-27. doi: 10.1117/1.jrs.6.063519.
  40. O’Brien, D., Komarova, T., & Mueller, J.F. (2012) Determination of deployment specific chemical uptake rates for SPMD and PDMS using a passive flow monitor. Marine Pollution Bulletin 64, 1005-1011.
  41. Pandovan, A., Munksgaard, N., Alvarez, B., McGuinness, K., Parry, D., Gibb, K. (2012) Trace metal concentrations in the tropical sponge Spheciospongia vagabunda at a sewage outfall: synchrotron X-ray imaging reveals the micron-scale distribution of accumulated metals. Hydrobiologia 687 275-288.
  42. Perna, C.N., Cappo, M., Pusey, B.J. & Burrows, D.W. & Pearson, R.G. (2012). Removal of aquatic weeds greatly enhances fish community richness and diversity: an example from the Burdekin River floodplain, tropical Australia. River Research and Applications, 28(8): 1093-1104
  43. Rivier, A., Gohin, F., Bryère, P., Petus, C., Guillou, N. & Chapalain, G, (2012). Observed vs. predicted variability in non-algal suspended particulate matter concentration in the English Channel in relation to tides and waves. Geo-Marine Letters, 32(2): 139-151. DOI: 10.1007/s00367-011-0271-x
  44. Schroeder, T., Devlin, M., Brando, V.E., Dekker, A.G., Brodie, J.E., Clementson, L & McKinna, L. (2012). Inter-annual variability of wet season freshwater plume extent into the Great Barrier Reef lagoon based on satellite coastal ocean colour observations. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 210-223
  45. Shaw, C.M., Brodie, J.E. & Mueller, J.F. (2012). Phytotoxicity induced in isolated zooxanthellae by herbicides extracted from Great Barrier Reef flood waters. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 355-362.  doi:10.1016/j.marpolbul.2012.01.037
  46. Su, N. (2012) Distributed-order infiltration, absorption and water exchange in mobile and immobile zones of swelling soils. Journal of Hydrology 468-469, 1-10. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.07.033.
  47. Thiem, J. D., Broadhurst, B. T., Lintermans, M., Ebner, B. C., Clear, R. C., & Wright, D. (2012) Seasonal differences in the diel movements of Macquarie perch (Macquaria australasica) in an upland reservoir. Ecology of Freshwater Fish doi: 10.1111/eff.12012
  48. Unsworth, R.K.F., Collier, C.J., Henderson, G.M. & McKenzie, L.J. (2012). Tropical seagrass meadows modify seawater carbon chemistry: implications for coral reefs impacted by ocean acidification. Environmental Research Letters, 7: 024026. doi: 10.1088/1748-9326/7/2/024026.
  49. Unsworth, R.K.F, Rasheed, M.A., Chartrand, K.M. and Roelofs, A.J. (2012) Solar radiation and tidal exposure as environmental drivers of Enhalus acoroides dominated seagrass meadows. PLOS One, 7(3): e34133. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0034133.
  50. Wallace, J. & McJannet, D. (2012). Climate change impacts on the water balance of coastal and montane rainforests in northern Queensland, AustraliaJournal of Hydrology, 475: 84-96. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2012.09.032.
  51. Waterhouse, J., Brodie, J.E., Lewis, S.E. & Mitchell, A. (2012). Quantifying the source of pollutants in the Great Barrier Reef catchments and the relative risk to reef ecosystems. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 394-406.
  52. Webster, A.J., Bartley, R., Armour, J.D., Brodie, J.E. & Thornburn, P.J. (2012). Reducing dissolved inorganic nitrogen in surface runoff water from sugarcane production systems. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 65: 128-135.
  53. Wenger, A.S., Johansen, J.L. & Jones, G.P. (2012). Increasing suspended sediment reduces foraging, growth and condition of a planktivorous damselfish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 428: 43-48.
  54. Wenger, A.S., McCormick M.I., McLeod, I.M. & Jones, G.P. (2012). Suspended sediment alters predator-prey interactions between two coral reef fishes. Coral Reefs. DOI: 10.1007/s00338-012-0991-z

2011

  1. Andutta, F.P., Ridd, P.V., Wolanski, E. (2011) Dynamics of hypersaline coastal waters in the Great Barrier Reef. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science. 94:299-305.
  2. Baker, R., & Minello, T.J. (2011) Trade-offs between gear selectivity and logistics when sampling Nekton from shallow open water habitats: A gear comparison study. Gulf and Caribbean Research 23, 37-48. doi: 10.18785/qcr.2301.04.
  3. Baker, W.J., Norup, M.V., Clarkson, J.J., Couvreur, T.L.P., Dowe, J.L., Lewis, C.E., Pintaud, J.C., Savolainen, V., Wilmot, T. & Chase, M.W. (2011). Phylogenetic relationships among arecoid palms (Arecaceae: Arecoideae)Annals of Botany 108:1417-1432.
  4. Bohensky, E., Butler, J.R.A., Costanza, R., Bohnet, I., Delisle, A., Fabricius, K., Gooch, M., Kubiszewski, I., Lukacs, G., Pert, P. & Wolanski, E. (2011). Future makers or future takers? A scenario analysis of climate change and the Great Barrier ReefGlobal Environmental Change. 21:876-893.
  5. Bohnet, I.C., Roebeling, P.C., Williams, K.J., Holzworth, D., van Grieken, M.E., Pert, P.L. Kroon, F.J., Westcott, D.A. & Brodie, J.E. (2011). Landscapes Toolkit – an integrated modeling framework to assist stakeholders in exploring options for sustainable landscape developmentLandscape Ecology. 26:1179-1198.
  6. Bricker, S. & Devlin, M.J. (2011). Preface: “Eutrophication” issue of BiogeochemistryBiogeochemistry. 106:135-136.
  7. Brodie, J.E., Devlin, M.J., Haynes, D. & Waterhouse, J. (2011). Assessment of the eutrophication status of the Great Barrier Reef lagoon (Australia)Biogeochemistry. 106:281-302. doi: 10.1007/s10533-010-9542-2.
  8. Davis, A.M., Pearson, R.G., Pusey, B.J., Perna, C., Morgan, D.L. & Burrows, D.W. (2011). Trophic ecology of northern Australia’s terapontids: ontogenetic dietary shifts and feeding classification. Journal of Fish Biology. 78:265-286. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2010.02862.x
  9. Devlin, M.J., Bricker, S. & Painting, S. (2011). Comparison of five methods for assessing impacts of nutrient enrichment using estuarine case studiesBiogeochemistry. 106:177-205. doi: 10.1007/s10533-011-9588-9.
  10. Ebner, B.C., Kroll, B., Godfrey, P., Thuesen, P.A., Vallance, T., Pusey, B., Allen, G.R., Rayner, T.S. & Perna, C.N. Is the elusive Gymnothorax polyurandon really a freshwater moray? Journal of Fish Biology. 79:70-79. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2011.02987.x
  11. Ebner, B.C., Thuesen, P.A., Larson, H.K. & Keith, P. (2011). A review of distribution, field observations and precautionary conservation requirements for sicydiine gobies in AustraliaCybium, 35:397-414.
  12. Foden, J., Devlin, M.J., Mills, D.K. & Malcolm, S.J. (2011). Searching for undesirable disturbance: an application of the OSPAR eutrophication assessment method to marine waters of England and WalesBiogeochemistry. 106:157-175. doi: 10.1007/s10533-010-9475-9
  13. Gedan, K.B., Kirwan, M.L., Wolanski, E., Barbier, E. & Silliman, B.R. (2011). The present and future role of coastal wetland vegetation in protecting shorelines: answering recent challenges to the paradigmClimate Change. 106:7-29. DOI 10.1007/s10584-010-0003-7.
  14. Golbuu, Y., Wolanski, E., Harrison, P., Richmond, R.H., Victor, S. & Fabricius, K.E. (2011). Effects of land use change on characteristics and dynamics of watershed discharges in Babeldaob, Palau, MicronesiaJournal of Marine Biology. Article ID 981273 doi:10.1155/2011/981273.
  15. Gratani, M., Butler, J.R.A., Royee, F., Valentine, P., Burrows, D.W. & Canendo, W.I., Anderson, A.S. (2011). Is validation of indigenous ecological knowledge a disrespectful process? A case study of traditional fishing poisons and invasive fish management from the Wet Tropics, Australia. Ecology and Society. 16(3):25. doi: 10.5751/ES-04249-160325.
  16. Hamann, M., Grech, A., Wolanski, E. & Lambrechts, J. (2011). Modelling the fate of marine turtle hatchlingsEcological Modelling. 222:1515-1521.
  17. Hughes, T.P., Bellwood, D.R., Baird, A.H., Brodie, J. E., Bruno, J.F., Pandolfi, J.M. (2011). Shifting base-lines, declining coral cover, and the erosion of reef resilience. Comment on Sweatman et al. (2011). Coral Reefs. 30: 653-660. doi: 10.1007/s00338-011-0787-6
  18. Morgan, D.L., Allen, G.R., Pusey, B.J. & Burrows, D.W. (2011). A review of the freshwater fishes of the Kimberley region of western Australia. Zootaxa, 2816:1-64
  19. Perna, C.N., Cappo, M., Pusey, B.J., Burrows, D.W. & Pearson, R.G. (2011). Removal of aquatic weeds greatly enhances fish community richness and diversity: an example from the Burdekin River floodplain, tropical AustraliaRiver Research and Applications. 28: 1093-1104 doi: 10.1002/rra.1505

2010

  1. Barfod, A.S., Dowe, J.L. & Suksathan, P. (2010). Major Jenkins’ fan palm in ThailandPalms. 54:109-118.
  2. Brodie, J.E., Schroeder, T., Rohde, K., Faithful, J.W., Masters, B., Dekker, A., Brando, V. & Maughan, M. (2010). Dispersal of suspended sediments and nutrients in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon during river discharge events: conclusions from satellite remote sensing and concurrent flood plume sampling. Marine and Freshwater Research. 61:651-664.
  3. Chen, Z., Yanagi, T. & Wolanski, E. (2010). EMECS8 – Harmonizing catchment and estuary. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 86,v.
  4. Davis, A.M. & Pusey, B.J. (2010). Trophic polymorphism and water clarity in northern Australian Scortum (Pisces: Terapontidae)Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 19:638-643. doi: 10.1111/j.1600-0633.2010.00448.x
  5. Davis, A.M., Pusey, B.J., Thorburn, D.C., Dowe, J.L. Morgan, D.L. & Burrows, D.W. (2010). Riparian contributions to the diet of terapontid grunters (Pisces: Terapontidae) in wet-dry tropical rivers. Journal of Fish Biology, 76:862-879. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2010.02541.x
  6. Dobson, A.P., Borner, M., Sinclair, A.R., Hudson, P.J., Anderson, T.M., Deutsch, G., Durant, S.M., Estes, R.D., Fryxell, J., Foley, C., Holt, M.E., Homewood, K., Hopcraft, J.G., Hilborn, R., Jambiya, G.L., Ogutu, M.K., Schaller, G. & Wolanski, E. (2010). Road will ruin Serengeti. Letter in Nature. 467:272-273.
  7. Doupé, R.G. & Knott, M.J. (2010). Rapid digestion of fish prey by the highly invasive ‘detritivore’ Oreochromis mossambiscus. Journal of Fish Biology. 76:1019-1024. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2009.02531.x
  8. Doupé, R.G., Knott, M.J., Schaffer, J.R., Burrows, D.W. & Lymbery, A.J. (2010). Experimental herbivory of native Australian macrophytes by the introduced Mozambique tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicusAustral Ecology, 35:24-30. doi: 10.1111/j.1442-9993.2009.02008.x
  9. Doupé, R.G., Mitchell, J., Knott, M.J., Davis, A.M. & Lymbery, A.J. (2010). Efficacy of exclusion fencing to protect ephemeral floodplain lagoon habitats from feral pigs (Sus scrofa)Wetlands Ecology and Management. 18:69-78. doi: 10.1007/s11273-009-9149-3.
  10. Edmunds, R.C., van Herwerden, L., & Fulton, C.J. (2010) Population-specific locomotor phenotypes are displayed by barramundi, Lates calcarifer, in response to thermal stress. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67, 1068-1074. doi: 10.1139/F10-047.
  11. Elisa, M., Gara, J.I., Wolanski, E. (2010). A review of the water crisis in Tanzania’s protected areas, with emphasis on the Katuma River – Lake Rukwa ecosystem. Ecohydrology and Hydriobiology, 10:153-166.
  12. Granek, E.F., Polasky, S., Kappel, C.V.,  Reed, D.J., Stoms, D.M., Koch, E.W., Kennedy, C.J., Cramer, L.A., Hacker, S.D., Barbier, E.B., Aswani, S., Ruckelshaus, M., Perillo, G.M.E., Silliman, B.R., Muthiga, N., Bael, D. & Wolanski, E. (2010). Ecosystem services as a common language for coastal ecosystem-based management. Conservation Biology, 24:207-216. doi: 10.1111/j.1523-1739.2009.01355.x
  13. Hefferman, J., Barry, J., Devlin, M.J. & Fryer, R. (2010). A simulation tool for designing nutrient monitoring programmes for eutrophication assessments. Environmetrics, 21:3-20.
  14. Lambrechts, J., Humphrey, C., McKinna, L., Gourge, O., Fabricius, K.E., Mehta, A.J., Lewis, S.E. & Wolanski, E. (2010). Importance of wave-induced bed liquefaction in the fine sediment budget of Cleveland Bay, Great Barrier ReefEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 89:154-162.
  15. Lewis, S.E., Henderson, R.A., Dickens, G.R., Shields, G.A. & Coxhell, S. (2010). The geochemistry of primary and weathered oil shale and coquina across the Julia Creek vanadium deposit, (Queensland, Australia)Mineralium Deposita, 45:599-620. doi: 10.1007/s00126-010-0287-6
  16. Lukacs, G. (2010). Building global collaboration in tropical wetland research. Wetlands Ecology and Management, 18:511-515. doi: 10.1007/s11273-010-9192-0
  17. Lukacs, G. & Finlayson, M. (2010). An evaluation of ecological information on Australia’s northern tropical rivers and wetlandsWetlands Ecology and Management, 18:597-625. doi: 10.1007/s11273-010-9197-8
  18. Lymbery, A.J., Hassan, M., Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J. &  Doupé, R.G. (2010). Parasites of native and exotic freshwater fishes in south-western AustraliaJournal of Fish Biology, 76:1770-1785. doi: 10.1111/j.1095-8649.2010.02615.x
  19. Nelson, P.N., & Su, N. (2010) Soil pH buffering capacity: a descriptive function and its application to some acidic tropical soilsAustralian Journal of Soil Research 48, 201-207. doi: 10.1071/SR09150
  20. Pert, P.L., Butler, J.R.A., Brodie, J.E., Bruce, C., Honzák, M., Kroon, F.J., Metcalfe, D., Mitchell, D. & Wong G. (2010). A catchment-based approach to mapping hydrological ecosystem services using riparian habitat: a case study from the Wet Tropics, Australia. In: Ecosystem services: bridging ecology, economy and the social sciences. Ecological Complexity, 7:378-388. doi: 10.1016/j.ecocom.2010.05.002
  21. Petus, C., Chust, G., Gohin, F., Doxaran, D., Froidefond, J., & Sagarminaga, Y. (2010). Estimating turbidity and total suspended matter in the Adour River plume (South Bay of Biscay) using MODIS 250-m imagery. Continental Shelf Research 30:379-392. doi: 10.1016/j.csr.2009.12.007
  22. Scott, C., Lewis, S.E., Milla, R., Taylor, M.C., Rogers, A.J.W., Dumsday, G., Brodie, J.E., Oakeshott, J.G. & Russell, R.J. (2010). A free-enzyme catalyst for the bioremediation of environmental altrazine contamination. Journal of Environmental Management, 91:2075-2078. doi:10.1016/j.jenvman.2010.05.007
  23. Siebert, S.J., Zobolo, A.M. & Dowe, J.L. (2010). Notes on African plants: Livistona chinensis, a first record of a naturalized palm in South AfricaBothalia, 40:55-57.
  24. Shenton, W., Hart, B.T. & Brodie, J.E. (2010). A Bayesian network model linking nutrient management actions in the Tully catchment (north Queensland) with Great Barrier Reef conditionMarine and Freshwater Research, 61:587-595. doi: 10.1071/MF09093
  25. Su, N. (2010) Theory of infiltration: Infiltration into swelling soils in a material coordinate. Journal of Hydrology 395, 103-108. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2010.10.019

2009

  1. Bainbridge, Z.T., Brodie, J.E., Faithful, J.W., Sydes, D.A. & Lewis, S.E. (2009). Identifying the land-based sources of suspended sediments, nutrients and pesticides discharged to the Great Barrier Reef from the Tully-Murray Basin, Queensland, AustraliaMarine and Freshwater Research, 60:1081-1090.
  2. Brodie, J.E., Lewis, S.E., Bainbridge, Z.T., Mitchell, A., Waterhouse, J.& Kroon., F. (2009). Target setting for pollutant discharge management of rivers in the Great Barrier Reef catchment area. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60:1141-1149.
  3. Coles, R.McKenzie, L., De’ath, G., Roelofs, A., & Long, W.L. (2009) Spatial distribution of deepwater seagrass in the inter-reef lagoon of the Great Barrier Reef world heritage area. Marine Ecology Progress Series 392, 57-68.
  4. Davis, A.M. & Perna, C.N. (2009). Evidence of predation on terrestrial cane toads, Bufo marinus, by the sooty grunter, Hephaestus fuliginosus, in northern AustraliaNorthern Territory Naturalist, 21:45-48.
  5. Devlin, M.J., Barry, J., Mills, D.K., Gowen, J., Foden, J., Sivyer, D., Greenwood, N., Pearce, D. & Tett, P. (2009). Estimating the diffuse attenuation coefficient from optically active constituents in UK marine waters. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 82:73-83.
  6. Devlin, M.J., Barry, J., Painting, S. & Best, M. (2009). Extending the phytoplankton tool kit for UK Water Framework Directive: indicators of phytoplankton community structure. Hydrobiologia, 633:151-168.
  7. Devlin, M.J. & Schaffelke, B. (2009). Spatial extent of riverine flood plumes and exposure of marine ecosystems in the Tully coastal region, Great Barrier ReefMarine and Freshwater Research, 60:1109-1122.
  8. Dowe, J.L. (2009). Archontophoenix (Arecaceae): description of species and notesThe Palm Journal, 102:4-11.
  9. Dowe, J.L. (2009). A preliminary note on the impact of Cyclone Larry on populations of Archontophoenix alexandrae (Arecaceae), north Queensland, AustraliaPalms & Cycads, 102:4–8.
  10. Dowe, J.L. (2009). A taxonomic account of Livistona (Arecaceae)Gardens’ Bulletin (Singapore), 60:185-344.
  11. Doupé, R.G., Knott, M.J., Schaffer, J.R. & Burrows, D.W. (2009). Investigational piscivory of some juvenile freshwater Australian fishes by the introduced Mozambique tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicusJournal of Fish Biology, 24:2386-2400.
  12. Doupé, R.G., Schaffer, J.R., Knott, M.J. & Burrows, D.W. (2009). How might an exotic fish disrupt spawning success in a sympatric native species? Marine and Freshwater Research, 60:379-383.
  13. Doupé, R.G., Schaffer, J.R., Knott, M.J. & Dicky, P.W. (2009). A description of freshwater turtle habitat destruction by foraging feral pigs in tropical north-eastern Australia. Herpetological Conservation and Biology, 4:331-339.
  14. Edmunds, R.C., Hillersoy, G., Momigliano, P., & van Herwerden, L. (2009) Classic approach revitalizes genomics: Complete characterization of a candidate gene for thermal adaptation in two coral reef fishes. Marine Genomics 2, 215-222. doi: 10.1016/j.margen.2009.11.001.
  15. Edmunds, R.C., van Herwerden, L., Smith-Keune, C., & Jerry, D.R. (2009) Comparative characterization of a temperature responsive gene (lactate dehydrogenase-B, Idh-b) in two congeneric tropical fish, Lates calcarifer and Lates niloticus.International Journal of Biological Sciences 5(6), 558-569. doi: 10.7150/ijbs.5.558.
  16. Gereta, E., Mwangomo, E., Wakibara, J. & Wolanski, E. (2009). Ecohydrology as a tool for the survival of the threatened Serengeti ecosystemEcohydrology and Hydrobiology, 9:115-124.
  17. Griffith, M.P., Dowe, J.L., Noblick, L.R. & Danielson, I.L. (2009). Archontophoenix at Montgomery Botanical Center. The Palm Journal, 192:12-14.
  18. Koch, E.W., Barbier, E.B., Silliman, B.R., Reed, D.J., Perillo, S.D., Granek, E.F., Primavera, N., Muthiga, S., Polasky, B.S., Halpern, B.S., Kennedy, C.J., Kappel, C.V. & Wolanski, E. (2009). Non-linearity in ecosystem services: temporal and spatial variability in coastal protection. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 7:29-37.
  19. Kroon, F.J. & Brodie, J.E. (2009). Catchment management and health of coastal ecosystems: synthesis and future researchMarine and Freshwater Research, 60:1196-1200.
  20. Lankaster, A., Valentine, P. & Cottrell, A. (2009). ‘The sweeter country’: social dimensions to riparian management in the Burdekin rangelands, QueenslandAustralasian Journal of Environmental Management, 16:94-102.
  21. Lewis, S.E., Brodie, J.E., Bainbridge, Z.T., Rohde, K., Davis, A.M., Masters, B., Maughan, M., Devlin, M.J., Mueller, J. & Schaffelke, B. (2009). Herbicides: a new threat to the Great Barrier Reef. Environmental Pollution, 157:2470-2484.
  22. Maughan, M. & Brodie J.E. (2009). Reef exposure to river-borne contaminants: a spatial modelMarine and Freshwater Research, 60:1132-1140.
  23. Mitchell, A., Reghenzani, J., Faithful, J.W., Furnas, M. & Brodie, J.E. (2009). Relationships between land use and nutrient concentrations in streams draining a ‘wet-tropics’ catchment in northern AustraliaMarine and Freshwater Research, 60:1097-1108.
  24. Partridge, G.J., Jenkins, G.I., Doupé, R.G., de Lestang, S., Ginbey, B.M. & French, D. (2009). Factors affecting mark quality of alizarin complexone-stained otoliths in juvenile black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri and a prescription for dosage. Journal of Fish Biology, 75:1518-1523.
  25. Perna, C.N., Cappo, M., Burrows, D.W. & Pusey, B.J. (2009). Floodplain degradation and restoration in northern Queensland: the response of the alien fish pest, Gambusia holbrooki. Ecological Management and Restoration, 10:241-243.
  26. Schaffer, J.R., Doupé, R.G. & Lawler, I.R. (2009). What for the future of the Jardine River Painted Turtle? Pacific Conservation Biology, 15:92-95.
  27. Shapcott, A., Dowe, J.L. & Ford, H. (2009). Low genetic diversity and recovery implications of the vulnerable Bankouale Palm Livistona carinensis (Arecaceae) from north-eastern Africa and the southern Arabian Peninsula. Conservation Genetics, 10:317-327.
  28. Steiglitz T.C. & Waterson, P. (2013) Impact of Cyclone Yasi on the wreck of the SS Yongala documented by comparative multibeam bathymetry analysis.
  29. Su, N. (2009) Equations of anomalous absorption onto swelling porous media. Materials Letters 63, 2483-2485. doi: 10.1016/j.matlet.2009.08.039.
  30. Su, N. (2009) N-dimensional fractional Fokker-Planck equation and its solutions for anomalous radial two-phase flow in porous mediaApplied Mathematics and Computation 213, 506-515. doi: 10.1016/j.amc.2009.03.044.
  31. WolanskiE., Martinez, J.A. & Richmond, R.H. (2009). Quantifying the impact of watershed urbanization on a coral reef: Maunalua Bay, HawaiiEstuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 84:259-268.

2008

  1. Davis, A.M. & Perna, C.N. (2008). Evidence in predation on terrestrial cane toads, Bufo Marinus, by the sooty grunter, Hephaestus Fuliginosus, in northern Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist, 21:45-48
  2. Amos, K.J., Croeke, J.C., Hughes, A.O., Chapman, J., Takken, I. & Lymburner, L. (2008). A catchment-scale assessment of anabrancing in the 143,000km2 Fitzroy River catchment, north-eastern Australia. Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38:1222-1241.
  3. Barbier, E.B., Koch, E.W., Silliman, B.R., Hacker, S.D., Wolanski, E., Primavera, J., Granek, E.F., Polasky, S., Aswani, S., Cramer, L.A., Stoms, D.M., Kennedy, C.J., Bael, D., Kappel, C.V., Perillo, G.M.E. & Reed, D.J. (2008). Coastal ecosystem-based management with non-linear ecological functions and values. Response. Science, 319:321-323.
  4. Barbier, E.B., Koch, E.W., Silliman, R., Hacker, D.D., Wolanski, E., Primavera, J., Granek, E.F., Polasky, S., Aswani, S., Cramer, L.A., Stoms, D.M., Kennedy, C.J., Bael, D., Kappel, C.V., Perillo, G.M.E. & Reed, D.J. (2008). Coastal ecosystem-based management with nonlinear ecological functions and values. E-Letter. Science, 2 October.
  5. Barbier, E.B., Koch, E.W., Silliman, B.R., Hacker, S.D., Wolanski, E., Primavera, J., Granek, E.F., Polasky, S., Aswani, S., Cramer, L.A., Stoms, D.M., Kennedy, C.J., Bael, D., Kappel, C.V., Perillo, G.M.E. & Reed, D.J. (2008).  Vegetation’s role in coastal protection. Response. Science, 320:177.
  6. Cannicci, S., Burrows, D.W., Fratini, S., Lee, S.Y., Smith, T.J., Offenberg, J. & Dahdouh-Guebas, F. (2008).  Faunistic impact on vegetation structure and ecosystem function in mangrove forests. Aquatic Botany, 89:186-200.
  7. Davis, A.M., Lewis, S.E., Bainbridge, Z.T., Brodie, J.E. & Shannon, E. (2008). Pesticide residues in waterways of the lower Burdekin region: challenges in ecotoxicological interpretation of monitoring dataAustralasian Journal of Ecotoxicology, 14:89-108.
  8. Davis, A.M. & Perna, C. (2009) Evidence for predation on terrestrial cane toads Bufo marinus by the sooty grunter Hephaestus fuliginosus in northern Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist 21: 45-48.
  9. Devlin, M.J., Foden, J., Sivyer, D., Mills, D., Gowen, R. & Tett, P. (2008). Relationships between suspended particulate material, light attenuation and Secchi depth in waters around the UK. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 79:429-439.
  10. Doupé, R.G. & Burrows, D.W. (2008). Tilapia 30 years later, should we be more concerned for the ongoing invasion of Mozambique tilapia in Australia? Pacific Conservation Biology, 14:235-238.
  11. Foden, J., Sivyer, D., Mills, D. & Devlin, M.J. (2008). Spatial and temporal distribution of Chromophoric Dissolved Organic Matter (CDOM) fluorescence and its contribution to light attenuation in UK waterbodiesEstuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 79:707-717.
  12. Gowen, R.J., Tett, P., Kennington, K., Mills, D.K., Shammon, T.M., Stewart, B.M., Greenwood, N., Flanagan, C., Devlin, M.J. & Wither, A. (2008). The Irish Sea, is it eutropic? Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 76:239-254.
  13. Griffith, M.P., Noblick, L.R., Dowe, J.L., Chad, E.H. & Michael, A.C. (2008). Cyclone tolerance in New World Arecaceae: biogeographic variation and abiotic natural selection. Annals of Botany, 102:591-598.
  14. Hassan, M., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Doupé, R.G. & Lymbery, A.J. (2008). An introduced parasite, Lernea cyprinacea, found on native freshwater fish in the south west of Western AustraliaJournal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 91:149-153.
  15. Kiwango, Y. & Wolanski, E. (2008). Papyrus wetlands, nutrients balance, fisheries collapse, food security and Lake Victoria level decline in 2000-2006Wetlands Ecology and Management, 16:89-96.
  16. Lambrechts, J., Hanert, E., Deleersnijder, E., Bernard, P.E., Legat, V., Remacle, J.F. & Wolanski, E. (2008). A multi-scale model of the hydrodynamics of the whole Great Barrier Reef. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 79:143-151.
  17. Lewis, S.E., Wüst, R.A.J., Webster, J.M. & Shields G.A. (2008). Mid-late Holocene sea-level variability in eastern AustraliaTerra Nova, 20:74-81.
  18. Marina, H., Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Doupé, R.G. & Lymbery, A.J. (2008). An introduced parasite, Lernea cyprinacea, found on native freshwater fish in the south west of Western AustraliaJournal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 91:149-153.
  19. Perna, C.N. & Pearson, R.G. (2008). Temporal dynamics of fish assemblages in small seasonal streams in the Queensland tropics. Australian Journal of Zoology, 56:65-73.
  20. Prebble, M. & Dowe, J.L. (2008). The late Quaternary decline and extinction of palms on oceanic Pacific islandsQuaternary Science Reviews, 27:2546-2567.
  21. Webb, A.C. (2008). Spatial and temporal influences on population dynamics of a branchiuran ectoparasite, Argulus, SP.A. in fresh waters of tropical northern Queensland, AustraliaCrustaceana, 81:1055-1067.
  22. White, L. & Wolanski, E. (2008). Flow separation and vertical motions in a tidal flow interacting with a shallow-water island. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 77:457-466.
  23. Wolanski, E., Fabricius, K., Cooper, T. & Humphrey, C. (2008). Wet season fine sediment dynamics on the inner shelf of the Great Barrier Reef. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 77:755-762.

2007

  1. Bite, J.S., Campbell, S.J., McKenzie, L.J., & Coles, R.G. (2007) Chlorophyll fluorescence measures of seagrasses Halophila ovalis and Zostera capricorni reveal differences in response to experimental shading. Marine Biology 152, 405-414. doi: 10.1007/s00227-007-0700-6.
  2. Brodie, J.E., De’ath, G., Devlin, M.J., Furnas, M. & Wright, M. (2007). Spatial and temporal patterns of near-surface chlorophylla in the Great Barrier Reef lagoonMarine and Freshwater Research, 58:342–353.
  3. Connolly, N.M. & Pearson, R.G. (2007). The effect of fine sedimentation on tropical stream macroinvertebrate assemblages: a comparison using flow-through artificial stream channels and recirculating mesocosmsHydrobiologia, 592:423–438.
  4. Devlin, M.J., Best, M. & Haynes, D. (Ed) (2007). Implementation of the Water Framework Directive in European Waters (special edition). Marine Pollution Bulletin. 55:1-6.
  5. Devlin, M.J., Best, M., Coates, D., Bresnan, E., Boyle, S., Park, R., Silke, J. & Skeats, J. (2007). Establishing boundary classes for classification of marine waters using phytoplankton communities – the first step in establishing a link between nutrient pressure and the marine plant community. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 55:91-104.
  6. Fairfax, R.J., Fensham, R., Wager, R., Brooks, S., Webb, A.C. & Unmack, P. (2007). Recovery of the red-finned blue-eye: an endangered fish from springs of the Great Artesian Basin. Wildlife Research, 32:156–166.
  7. Greiner, R. & Lankester, A. (2007). Supporting on-farm biodiversity conservation through debt-for-debt conservation swaps: concept and critique. Land Use Policy, 24:458-471.
  8. Haynes, D.B., Brodie, J.E., Waterhouse, J., Bainbridge, Z.T., Bass, D. & Hart, B. (2007). Assessment of the water quality and ecosystem health of the Great Barrier Reef (Australia): conceptual models. Environmental Management, 40:993–1003.
  9. Lewis, S.E., Shields, G.A. Kamber, B.S. & Lough, J.M. (2007). A multi-trace element coral record of land-use changes in the Burdekin River catchment, N.E. Australia. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 246:471-487.
  10. Möller, M., Lymburner, L. & Volk, M. (2007). The comparison index: A tool for assessing the accuracy of image segmentation. International Journal of Applied Earth Observation and Geoinformation, 9:311-321.
  11. Petus, C., Garcia Valencia, C., Thomas, Y.F., & Cesaracio, M. (2007). Study of the seasonal and interannual variability of the Guajira upwelling (Colombia) based on the analysis of AMI-Wind, SeaWinds and AVHRR satellite data. Etude de la resurgence de la Guajira, Colombie.
  12. Su, N. (2007) Radial water infiltration-advance-evaporation processes during irrigation using point source emitters in rigid and swelling soils. Journal of Hydrology 344, 190-197. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2007.07.005.
  13. Su, N. (2008) Erratum to “Radial water infiltration-advance-evaporation processes during irrigation using point source emitters in rigid and swelling soils” [J. Hydrol. 344 (3-4) (2007) 190-197]. Journal of Hydrology 360, 297. doi: 10.1016/j.jhydrol.2008.07.024.
  14. Su, N. (2007) Scale and time effects on mathematical models for transport in the environment. Appl. Math. J. Chinese Univ. Ser. B. 22(3): 267-276. doi: 10.1007/s11766-007-0303-5.
  15. Volk, M., Hirschfeld, J., Schmidt, G., Bohn, C., Dehnhardt, A, Liersch, S, & Lymburner, L. (2007). A SDSS-based ecological-economic modelling approach for integrated river basin management on different scale levels. The project FLUMAGIS. Water Resources Management, 21: 2049-2061.
  16. Webb, A.C. (2007). Status of non-native freshwater fishes in tropical northern Queensland, including establishment success, rates of spread, range and introduction pathways. Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales, 140:63-78.

2006

  1. Pusey. B., Burrows, D.W., Arthington, A. & Kennard, M.J. (2006). Translocation and spread of piscivorous fishes in the Burdekin River, north-eastern AustraliaBiological Invasions, 8:965-977.
  2. Wooldridge, S., Brodie, J.E. & Furnas, M. (2006). Exposure of inner-shelf reefs to nutrient enriched runoff entering the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon: post European changes and the design of water quality targets. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 52:1467–1479.

2005

  1. Brodie, J.E., Fabricius, K., De’ath, G. & Okaji, K. (2005). Are increased nutrient inputs responsible for more outbreaks of crown-of-thorns starfish? An appraisal of the evidence. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:266–278.
  2. Brodie, J.E. & Mitchell, A.W. (2005). Nutrients in Australian tropical rivers: changes with agricultural development and implications for receiving environments. Marine and Freshwater Research, 56:279-302.
  3. Cappo, M.De’ath, G.Boyle, S.Aumend, J.Olbrich, R.Hoedt, F.Perna , C. & Brunskill, G. (2005). Development of a robust classifier of freshwater residence in barramundi (Lates calcarifer) life histories using elemental ratios in scales and boosted regression trees. Marine and Freshwater Research, 56:713-723.
  4. Chong, C.D. & Walker, K. (2005). Does lignum rely on a soil seed bank? Germination and reproductive phenology of Muehlenbeckia florulenta (Polygonaceae). Australian Journal of Botany, 53:407-415.
  5. Devlin, M.J. & Brodie, J.E. (2005). Terrestrial discharge into the Great Barrier Reef Lagoon: nutrient behavior in coastal waters. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:9-22.
  6. Faithful, J.W. & Finlayson, W. (2005) Water quality assessment for sustainable agriculture in the Wet Tropics – a community-assisted approach. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51, 99–112.
  7. Frisch, A.J. (2005). Sex-change and gonadal steroids in sequentially-hermaphroditic teleost fishReviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 14:481–499.
  8. Frisch, A.J. & Anderson, T.A. (2005). Physiological stress responses of two species of coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus and Plectropomus maculatus)Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A – Molecular and Integrative Physiology, 140:317–327.
  9. Furnas, M., Mitchell, A., Skuza, M. & Brodie, J.E. (2005). In the other 90%: phytoplankton responses to enhanced nutrient availability in the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:253-265.
  10. Greiner, R., Herr, A., Brodie, J.E. & Haynes, D.B. (2005). A multi-criteria approach to Great Barrier Reef catchment (Queensland, Australia) diffuse-source pollution problem. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:128-137.
  11. Keeling, S.M. & Werren, G.L. (2005). Phytoremediation: The Uptake of Metals and Metalloids by Rhodes Grass Grown on Metal-Contaminated soil. Remediation, 1:53-61.
  12. McKenna, S., Betts, D.A., Pong, W., Govedich, F. & Barton, D.P. (2005). A redescription of the Australian leech Placobdelloides bancrofti with new records of its distribution. Journal of Parasitology, 91:117-121.
  13. McKergow, L., Prosser, I.P., Hughes, A.O. & Brodie, J.E. (2005). Sources of sediment to the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:200-211.
  14. McKergow, L., Prosser, I.P., Hughes, A.O. & Brodie, J.E. (2005). Regional scale nutrient modelling: exports to the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:186-199.
  15. Mitchell, C., Brodie, J.E. & White, I. (2005). Sediments, nutrients and pesticide residues in event flow conditions in streams of the Mackay Whitsunday Region, AustraliaMarine Pollution Bulletin, 51:23-36.
  16. Moss, A., Brodie, J.E. & Furnas, M. (2005). Water quality guidelines for the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: a basis for development and preliminary valuesMarine Pollution Bulletin, 51:76–88.
  17. O’Reagain, P.J., Brodie, J.E., Fraser, G., Bushell, J.J., Holloway, C., Faithful, J.W. & Haynes, D. (2005). Nutrient loss and water quality under extensive grazing in the upper Burdekin river catchment, North Queensland. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:37-50.
  18. Perna, C.N. & Burrows, D.W. (2005). Improved dissolved oxygen status following removal of exotic weed mats in important fish habitat lagoons of the tropical Burdekin River floodplain, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 51:138-148.
  19. Perna, C.N., Cappo, M., De’ath, G., Boyle, D., Aumend, J., Olbrich, R., Hoedt, F. & Brunskill, G. (2005). Development of a robust classifier of freshwater residence in barramundi (Lates calcarifer) life histories using elemental ratios in scales and boosted regression trees. Marine and Freshwater Research, 56:713 – 723.

2004

  1. Connolly, N.M., Crossland, M.R. & Pearson, R.G. (2004). Effect of low dissolved oxygen on survival, emergence, and drift of tropical stream macroinvertebrates. Journal of the North American Benthological Society, 23:251–270.
  2. Burrows, D.W. (2004). Aquatic Ecosystems. In: Healthy rangelands. Principles for sustainable systems. Focus on Australia’s Burdekin rangelands (eds: McCullough, M. & Musso, B.), 148-170. Tropical Savannas CRC, Darwin, Australia.
  3. Burrows, D.W. (2004). Translocated fishes in streams of the Wet Tropics Region, north Queensland: distribution and potential impact. Cooperative Research centre for Tropical Rainforest Ecology and Management. Rainforest CRC. Cairns, Australia.
  4. Dowe, J.L. (2004). Floristics of the Burdekin River catchment, Ludwig Leichhardt’s legacy, and taxonomic intrigues. Biologue, 14–18.
  5. Dowe, J.L. (2004). Taxonomic notes on palms (Arecaceae) in catalogues of the Brisbane Botanic Garden, Australia, of 1875 and 1885. Austrobaileya, 6:967–972.
  6. Dowe, J.L., Dixon, I. & Douglas, M. (2004). Trialling of the Tropical Rapid Appraisal of Riparian Condition method. In: RIPRAP River and Riparian Lands Management Newsletter (ed: Lovett, S.), 8 – 11. Land & Water Australia. Canberra, Australia.
  7. Dowe, J.L. & Jones, D.A. (2004). Nomenclatural changes for two Australian species of Livistona R. Br. (Arecaceae)Austrobaileya, 6:979–981.
  8. Dowe, J.L. & Mogea, J.P. (2004). New species of Livistona (Arecaceae) from New GuineaPalms, 48:197-203.

2003

  1. Pettit, N.E. & Dowe, J.L. (2003). Distribution and population structure of the vulnerable riparian palm Livistona lanuginosaA.N. Rodd (Arecaceae) in the Burdekin River catchment, north QueenslandPacific Conservation Biology, 9:207-214.
  2. Williams, S.E., Bolitho, E.E. & Fox, S.J. (2003). Climate change on Australian tropical rainforests: an impending environmental catastrophe. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B-Biological Sciences, 270:1887-1892.
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