Professor Bronwyn Gillanders

Bronwyn Gillanders
Professor
School of Biological Sciences
Faculty of Sciences

Our research group focuses on aquatic waters (freshwater, estuarine and marine) with a strong focus on fish and cephalopods, and environmental issues. The group is part of the Southern Seas Ecology Laboratories in the School of Biological Sciences and the Environment Institute.

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Professor Bronwyn Gillanders

Our research group focuses on aquatic waters (freshwater, estuarine and marine) with a strong focus on fish and cephalopods, and environmental issues. The group is part of the Southern Seas Ecology Laboratories in the School of Biological Sciences and the Environment Institute.

Eligible to supervise Masters and PhD — email supervisor to discuss availability.

Ecological and environmental changeFish proxies

We use the hard calcified structures of aquatic organisms (e.g. ear bones or otoliths, shells, teeth and vertebrae or other bones) as innovative tools to understand past environments and biological processes, such as age, growth and movement patterns. We undertake this research using indigenous midden, historical archived and modern day collections. We have specific projects around:

Integrated marine management

We are also leaders in a major marine initiative, the Spencer Gulf Ecosystem and Development Point LowlyInitiative. Spencer Gulf is one of the most important economic development regions in South Australia. The Initiative sets out to drive sound outcomes for all gulf users and the environment. It is currently supported with nearly 2.5 million dollars of investment from industry. Corporate investment includes BHP Billiton, Santos, Arrium, Alinta, Nyrstar, Centrex, Flinders Ports and the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation. Research partners include SARDI and Flinders University.

Population structure and connectivity

CuttlefishKnowledge of how populations are structured is fundamental not only to determining the spatial scale at which stock replenishment occurs, but also for determining the scale of spatial management units. Similarly an understanding of population connectivity underpins population sustainability and resilience. We use a range of approaches (otolith morphology, trace elements and stable isotopes, genomics, acoustic and satellite tagging) to investigate population structure and connectivity at different spatial and temporal scales.

Cephalopod biology, ecology and fisheries

WhitsundaysSouth Australia has the only known breeding aggregation of cephalopods in the world. This iconic aggregation of giant Australian cuttlefish in upper Spencer Gulf provides an ideal opportunity for study and has been the focus on most of our cephalopod research. We have recently focused on global trends in cephalopods and are investigating environmental and fisheries drivers of these trends.

Coastal carbon opportunities including co-benefits

Coastal carbon droneCoastal carbon ecosystems (seagrass, mangrove and saltmarsh) have carbon sequestration rates and storage periods much greater than many terrestrial ecosystems. Degradation and loss of coastal habitats continues, but opportunities exist to use changes in these habitats associated with water quality improvements or restoration activities for carbon storage gains (additionality) and associated co-benefits. Our research focuses on demonstrating additionality and potential for future offsets from coastal ecosystems in South Australian waters.

Appointments

Date Position Institution name
2015 Professor and Associate Head Research University of Adelaide
2011 - 2015 Professor and ARC Future Fellow University of Adelaide
2010 - 2011 Associate Head (Research Education) University of Adelaide
2009 - 2009 Senior Lecturer University of Adelaide
2007 - 2010 Associate Professor University of Adelaide
2001 - 2006 ARC Queen Elizabeth II Research Fellow University of Adelaide
1997 - 2000 ARC Postdoctoral Fellow University of Sydney

Education

Date Institution name Country Title
1991 - 1995 University of Sydney Australia PhD
1986 - 1988 University of Otago New Zealand MSc (Marine Science)
1982 - 1984 University of Canterbury New Zealand BSc

Research Interests

Journals

Year Citation
2018 Gilmore, K., Doubleday, Z., & Gillanders, B. (2018). Testing hypoxia: physiological effects of long-term exposure in two freshwater fishes. Oecologia, 186(1), 37-47.
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2018 Izzo, C., Reis-Santos, P., & Gillanders, B. (2018). Otolith chemistry does not just reflect environmental conditions: A meta-analytic evaluation. Fish and Fisheries.
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2018 Jones, A., Doubleday, Z., Prowse, T., Wiltshire, K., Deveney, M., Ward, T., . . . Gillanders, B. (2018). Capturing expert uncertainty in spatial cumulative impact assessments /631/158 /631/158/2445 article. Scientific Reports, 8(1), 13 pages.
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2018 Walsh, C., & Gillanders, B. (2018). Extrinsic factors affecting otolith chemistry – implications for interpreting migration patterns in a diadromous fish. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 1-12.
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2017 Izzo, C., Doubleday, Z., Grammer, G., Disspain, M., Ye, Q., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Seasonally resolved environmental reconstructions using fish otoliths. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 74(1), 23-31.
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2017 Provost, E., Kelaher, B., Dworjanyn, S., Russell, B., Connell, S., Ghedini, G., . . . Coleman, M. (2017). Climate-driven disparities among ecological interactions threaten kelp forest persistence. Global Change Biology, 23(1), 353-361.
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2017 Mazloumi, N., Burch, P., Fowler, A., Doubleday, Z., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Determining climate-growth relationships in a temperate fish: a sclerochronological approach. Fisheries Research, 186(1), 319-327.
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2017 McMillan, M., Izzo, C., Wade, B., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Elements and elasmobranchs: hypotheses, assumptions and limitations of elemental analysis. Journal of Fish Biology, 90(2), 559-594.
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2017 McMillan, M., Izzo, C., Junge, C., Albert, O., Jung, A., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Analysis of vertebral chemistry to assess stock structure in a deep-sea shark, Etmopterus spinax. ICES Journal of Marine Science: journal du conseil, 74(3), 793-803.
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2017 Izzo, C., Manetti, D., Doubleday, Z., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Calibrating the element composition of Donax deltoides shells as a palaeo-salinity proxy. Palaeogeography, Palaeoclimatology, Palaeoecology, 484, 89-96.
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2017 Izzo, C., Ward, T., Ivey, A., Suthers, I., Stewart, J., Sexton, S., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Integrated approach to determining stock structure: implications for fisheries management of sardine, Sardinops sagax, in Australian waters. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 27(1), 267-284.
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2017 Mazloumi, N., Johansen, J., Doubleday, Z., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Q₁₀ measures of metabolic performance and critical swimming speed in King George whiting Sillaginodes punctatus. Journal of Fish Biology, 90(5), 2200-2205.
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2017 Doubleday, Z., Jones, A., Deveney, M., Ward, T., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Eight habitats, 38 threats and 55 experts: Assessing ecological risk in a multi-use marine region. PLoS ONE, 12(5), 15 pages.
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2017 Robbins, W., Huveneers, C., Parra, G., Möller, L., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Anthropogenic threat assessment of marine-associated fauna in Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Marine Policy, 81, 392-400.
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2017 Martino, J., Doubleday, Z., Woodcock, S., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Elevated carbon dioxide and temperature affects otolith development, but not chemistry, in a diadromous fish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 495, 57-64.
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2017 Hardy, N., Berry, T., Kelaher, B., Goldsworthy, S., Bunce, M., Coleman, M., . . . Figueira, W. (2017). Assessing the trophic ecology of top predators across a recolonisation frontier using DNA metabarcoding of diets. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 573, 237-254.
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2017 Grammer, G., Morrongiello, J., Izzo, C., Hawthorne, P., Middleton, J., & Gillanders, B. (2017). Coupling biogeochemical tracers with fish growth reveals physiological and environmental controls on otolith chemistry. Ecological Monographs, 87(3), 487-507.
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2017 Mazloumi, N., Doubleday, Z., & Gillanders, B. (2017). The effects of temperature and salinity on otolith chemistry of King George whiting. Fisheries Research, 196, 66-74.
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2017 Mirasole, A., Gillanders, B., Reis-Santos, P., Grassa, F., Capasso, G., Scopelliti, G., . . . Vizzini, S. (2017). The influence of high pCO<inf>2</inf> on otolith shape, chemical and carbon isotope composition of six coastal fish species in a Mediterranean shallow CO<inf>2</inf> vent. Marine Biology, 164(9), 15 pages.
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2017 Davis, K., Coleman, M., Connell, S., Russell, B., Gillanders, B., & Kelaher, B. (2017). Ecological performance of construction materials subject to ocean climate change. Marine Environmental Research, 131, 177-182.
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2016 Conallin, A., Smith, B., Thwaites, L., Walker, K., & Gillanders, B. (2016). Exploiting the innate behaviour of common carp, Cyprinus carpio, to limit invasion and spawning in wetlands of the River Murray, Australia. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 23(6), 431-449.
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2016 Izzo, C., Huveneers, C., Drew, M., Bradshaw, C. J., Donnellan, S. C., & Gillanders, B. M. (2016). Vertebral chemistry demonstrates movement and population structure of bronze whaler sharks. Marine Ecology: Progress Series, 556, 195-207.
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2016 Disspain, M., Ulm, S., Santoro, C., Carter, C., & Gillanders, B. (2016). Pre-Columbian fishing on the coast of the Atacama Desert, Northern Chile: an Investigation of fish size and species distribution using otoliths from Camarones Punta Norte and Caleta Vitor. Journal of Island and Coastal Archaeology, 12(3), 428-450.
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2016 Hallett, C., Valesini, F., Scanes, P., Crawford, C., Gillanders, B., Pope, A., . . . Maxwell, P. (2016). A review of Australian approaches for monitoring, assessing and reporting estuarine condition: II. State and Territory programs. Environmental Science and Policy, 66, 270-281.
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2016 Crook, D., O'Mahony, D., Gillanders, B., Munro, A., Sanger, A., Thurstan, S., & Baumgartner, L. (2016). Contribution of stocked fish to riverine populations of golden perch (Macquaria ambigua) in the Murray-Darling Basin, Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 67(10), 1401-1409.
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2016 Parsons, D., Morrison, M., Gillanders, B., Clements, K., Bury, S., Bian, R., & Spong, K. (2016). Variation in morphology and life-history strategy of an exploited sparid fish. Marine and Freshwater Research, 67(10), 1434-1444.
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2016 Disspain, M. C. F., Ulm, S., Izzo, C., & Gillanders, B. M. (2016). Do fish remains provide reliable palaeoenvironmental records? An examination of the effects of cooking on the morphology and chemistry of fish otoliths, vertebrae and scales. Journal of Archaeological Science, 74, 45-59.
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2016 Izzo, C., Doubleday, Z., Grammer, G., Gilmore, K., Alleway, H., Barnes, T., . . . Gillanders, B. (2016). Fish as proxies of ecological and environmental change. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 26(3), 265-286.
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2016 Barnes, T., Junge, C., Myers, S., Taylor, M., Rogers, P., Ferguson, G., . . . Gillanders, B. (2016). Population structure in a wide-ranging coastal teleost (Argyrosomus japonicus, Sciaenidae) reflects marine biogeography across southern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 67(8), 1103-1113.
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2016 Doubleday, Z., Prowse, T., Arkhipkin, A., Pierce, G., Semmens, J., Steer, M., . . . Gillanders, B. (2016). Global proliferation of cephalopods. Current Biology, 26(10), R406-R407.
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2016 Izzo,, C., Doubleday, Z., Grammer, G., Barnes, T., Delean, J., Ferguson, G., . . . Gillanders, B. (2016). Multi-species response to rapid environmental change in a large estuary system: a biochronological approach. Ecological Indicators, 69, 739-748.
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2016 McFadden, A., Wade, B., Izzo, C., Gillanders, B., Lenehan, C., & Pring, A. (2016). Quantitative electron microprobe mapping of otoliths suggests elemental incorporation is affected by organic matrices: Implications for the interpretation of otolith chemistry. Marine and Freshwater Research, 67(7), 889-898.
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2016 Geffen, A., Morales-Nin, B., & Gillanders, B. (2016). Fish otoliths as indicators in ecosystem based management: Results of the 5th International Otolith Symposium (IOS2014). Marine and Freshwater Research, 67(7), i-iv.
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2016 Disspain, M., Ulm, S., & Gillanders, B. (2016). Otoliths in archaeology: methods, applications and future prospects. Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports, 6, 623-632.
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2016 Nagelkerken, I., Russell, B., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2016). Ocean acidification alters fish populations indirectly through habitat modification. Nature Climate Change, 6(1), 89-93.
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2016 Alleway, H., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2016). 'Neo-Europe' and its ecological consequences: the example of systematic degradation in Australia's inland fisheries. BIOLOGY LETTERS, 12(1), 1-7.
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2016 Hughes, J., Stewart, J., Gillanders, B., Collins, D., & Suthers, I. (2016). Relationship between otolith chemistry and age in a widespread pelagic teleost Arripis trutta: Influence of adult movements on stock structure and implications for management. Marine and Freshwater Research, 67(2), 224-237.
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2016 Black, B., Griffin, D., van der Sleen, P., Wanamaker, A., Speer, J., Frank, D., . . . Gillanders, B. (2016). The value of crossdating to retain high-frequency variability, climate signals, and extreme events in environmental proxies. Global Change Biology, 22(7), 2582-2595.
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2016 Wittmann, T., Izzo, C., Doubleday, Z., McKenzie, J., Delean, S., & Gillanders, B. (2016). Reconstructing climate–growth relations from the teeth of a marine mammal. Marine Biology, 163(4), 71-1-71-11.
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2016 Cheshire, K., Ye, Q., Gillanders, B., & King, A. (2016). Variation in larval fish assemblages in a heavily regulated river during differing hydrological conditions. River Research and Applications, 32(6), 1207-1219.
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2015 Izzo, C., Doubleday, Z., & Gillanders, B. (2015). Where do elements bind within the otoliths of fish?. Marine and Freshwater Research, 67(7), 1072-1076.
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2015 Dawson, A., Austin, D., Walker, D., Appleton, S., Gillanders, B. M., Griffin, S. M., . . . Trouet, V. (2015). A tree-ring based reconstruction of early summer precipitation in southwestern Virginia (1750-1981). Climate Research, 64(3), 243-256.
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2015 Prowse, T., Gillanders, B., Brook, B., Fowler, A., Hall, K., Steer, M., . . . Fordham, D. (2015). Evidence for a broad-scale decline in giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama) abundance from non-targeted survey data. Marine and Freshwater Research, 66(8), 692-700.
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2015 Doubleday, Z., Izzo, C., Haddy, J., Lyle, J., Ye, Q., & Gillanders, B. (2015). Long-term patterns in estuarine fish growth across two climatically divergent regions. Oecologia, 179(4), 1079-1090.
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2015 Reis-Santos, P., Tanner, S., França, S., Vasconcelos, R., Gillanders, B., & Cabral, H. (2015). Connectivity within estuaries: an otolith chemistry and muscle stable isotope approach. Ocean and Coastal Management, 118, 51-59.
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2015 Izzo, C., Doubleday, Z., Schultz, A., Woodcock, S., & Gillanders, B. (2015). Contribution of water chemistry and fish condition to otolith chemistry: comparisons across salinity environments. Journal of Fish Biology, 86(6), 1680-1698.
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2015 Grammer, G., Fallon, S., Izzo, C., Wood, R., & Gillanders, B. (2015). Investigating bomb radiocarbon transport in the southern Pacific Ocean with otolith radiocarbon. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 424, 59-68.
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2015 Kelaher, B., Tan, M., Figueira, W., Gillanders, B., Connell, S., Goldsworthy, S., . . . Coleman, M. (2015). Fur seal activity moderates the effects of an Australian marine sanctuary on temperate reef fish. Biological Conservation, 182, 205-214.
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2015 Gillanders, B., Izzo, C., Doubleday, Z., & Ye, Q. (2015). Partial migration: growth varies between resident and migratory fish. Biology Letters, 11(3), 20140850-1-20140850-5.
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2015 Catalano, S., Whittington, I., Donnellan, S., Bertozzi, T., & Gillanders, B. (2015). First comparative insight into the architecture of COI mitochondrial minicircle molecules of dicyemids reveals marked inter-species variation. Parasitology, 142(8), 1066-1079.
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2015 Crook, D., Lowe, W., Allendorf, F., Eros, T., Finn, D., Gillanders, B., . . . Hughes, J. (2015). Human effects on ecological connectivity in aquatic ecosystems: integrating scientific approaches to support management and mitigation. Science of the Total Environment, 534, 52-64.
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2014 Alleway, H. K., Connell, S. D., Ward, T. M., & Gillanders, B. M. (2014). Historical changes in mean trophic level of southern Australian fisheries. Marine and Freshwater Research, 65(10), 884-893.
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2014 Mullaney, T., Gillanders, B., Heagney, E., & Suthers, I. (2014). Entrainment and advection of larval sardine, Sardinops sagax, by the East Australian Current and retention in the western Tasman Front. Fisheries Oceanography, 23(6), 554-567.
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2014 Catalano, S., Whittington, I., Donnellan, S., & Gillanders, B. (2014). Parasites as biological tags to assess host population structure: guidelines, recent genetic advances and comments on a holistic approach. International Journal for Parasitology: Parasites and Wildlife, 3(2), 220-226.
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2014 Izzo, C., Bertozzi, T., Gillanders, B. M., & Donnellan, S. C. (2014). Variation in telomere length of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio (Cyprinidae), in relation to body length. Copeia, 2014(1), 87-94.
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2014 Catalano, S., Whittington, I., Donnellan, S., & Gillanders, B. (2014). Dicyemid fauna composition and infection patterns in relation to cephalopod host biology and ecology. Folia Parasitologica, 61(4), 301-310.
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2014 Smith, H., Anderson, M., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2014). Longitudinal variation and effects of habitat on biodiversity of Australasian temperate reef fishes. Journal of Biogeography, 41(11), 2128-2139.
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2014 Doubleday, Z., Harris, H., Izzo, C., & Gillanders, B. (2014). Strontium randomly substituting for calcium in fish otolith aragonite. Analytical Chemistry, 86(1), 865-869.
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2014 Barnes, T., Izzo, C., Bertozzi, T., Saint, K., Donnellan, S., Hammer, M., & Gillanders, B. (2014). Development of 15 microsatellite loci from mulloway, Argyrosomus japonicus (Pisces: Sciaenidae) using next generation sequencing and an assessment of their cross amplification in other sciaenids. Conservation Genetics Resources, 6(2), 345-348.
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2013 Hart, P., Gillanders, B., & Craig, J. (2013). Selected papers from the sixth world fisheries congress. Journal of Fish Biology, 83(4), 713-715.
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2013 Catalano, S., Whittington, I., Donnellan, S., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Using the giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama) mass breeding aggregation to explore the life cycle of dicyemid parasites. Acta Parasitologica, 58(4), 599-602.
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2013 Reis Dos Santos, P., Tanner, S., Vasconcelos, R., Elsdon, T., Cabral, H., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Connectivity between estuarine and coastal fish populations: Contributions of estuaries are not consistent over time. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 491, 177-186.
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2013 Barnes, T., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Combined effects of extrinsic and intrinsic factors on otolith chemistry: Implications for environmental reconstructions. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 70(8), 1159-1166.
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2013 Doubleday, Z., Izzo, C., Woodcock, S., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Relative contribution of water and diet to otolith chemistry in freshwater fish. Aquatic Biology, 18(3), 271-280.
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2013 Reis Dos Santos, P., Tanner, S., Elsdon, T., Cabral, H., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Effects of temperature, salinity and water composition on otolith elemental incorporation of Dicentrarchus labrax. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 446, 245-252.
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2013 Payne, N., Snelling, E., Semmens, J., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Mechanisms of population structuring in giant Australian cuttlefish Sepia apama. PLoS One, 8(3), 1-7.
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2013 Heagney, E., Gillanders, B., & Suthers, I. (2013). The effect of parasitism by a blood-feeding isopod on the otolith chemistry of host fish. Marine and Freshwater Research, 64(1), 10-19.
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2013 Ferguson, G., Ward, T., Ye, Q., Geddes, M., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Impacts of drought, flow regime, and fishing on the fish assemblage in southern Australia's largest temperate estuary. Estuaries and Coasts, 36(4), 737-753.
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2013 Gillanders, B., Wilkinson, L., Munro, A., & de Vries, M. (2013). Statolith chemistry of two life history stages of cuttlefish: Effects of temperature and seawater trace element concentration. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 101, 12-23.
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2012 Saunders, R., Fowler, A., & Gillanders, B. (2012). The spawning dynamics of snapper (Chrysophrys auratus)in northern Spencer Gulf, South Australia. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 46(4), 491-510.
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2012 Woodcock, S., Munro, A., Crook, D., & Gillanders, B. (2012). Incorporation of magnesium into fish otoliths: Determining contribution from water and diet. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 94, 12-21.
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2012 Conallin, A., Smith, B., Thwaites, L., Walker, K., & Gillanders, B. (2012). Environmental Water Allocations in regulated lowland rivers may encourage offstream movements and spawning by common carp, Cyprinus carpio: implications for wetland rehabilitation. Marine and Freshwater Research, 63(10), 865-877.
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2012 Disspain, M., Wilson, C., & Gillanders, B. (2012). Morphological and chemical analysis of archaeological fish otoliths from the Lower Murray River, South Australia. Archaeology in Oceania, 47(3), 141-150.
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2012 Reis Dos Santos, P., Gillanders, B., Tanner, S., Vasconcelos, R., Elsdon, T., & Cabral, H. (2012). Temporal variability in estuarine fish otolith elemental fingerprints: implications for connectivity assessments. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 112, 216-224.
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2012 Saunders, R., Fowler, A., & Gillanders, B. (2012). The use of food resources by 0+ snapper, Chrysophrys auratus, from northern Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 63(8), 680-686.
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2012 Gillanders, B., & Munro, A. (2012). Hypersaline waters pose new challenges for reconstructing environmental histories of fish based on otolith chemistry. Limnology and Oceanography, 57(4), 1136-1148.
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2012 Webb, S., Woodcock, S., & Gillanders, B. (2012). Sources of otolith barium and strontium in estuarine fish and the influence of salinity and temperature. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 453(0), 189-199.
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2012 Gillanders, B., Black, B., Meekan, M., & Morrison, M. (2012). Climatic effects on the growth of a temperate reef fish from the southern hemisphere: a biochronological approach. Marine Biology, 159(6), 1327-1333.
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2012 Di Franco, A., Gillanders, B., De Benedetto, G., Pennetta, A., De Leo, G., & Guidetti, P. (2012). Dispersal patterns of coastal fish: implications for designing networks of marine protected areas. PLoS One, 7(2), 1-9.
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2012 Haig, J., Gillanders, B., & Rouse, G. (2012). Live fast, die young: the life cycle of the brooding feather star Aporometra wilsoni (Echinodermata: Crinoidea). Invertebrate Biology, 131(3), 235-243.
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2011 Payne, N., Gillanders, B., Seymour, R., Webber, D., Snelling, E., & Semmens, J. (2011). Accelerometry estimates field metabolic rate in giant Australian cuttlefish Sepia apama during breeding. Journal of Animal Ecology, 80(2), 422-430.
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2011 Woodcock, S., Gillanders, B., Munro, A., McGovern, F., Crook, D., & Sanger, A. (2011). Using enriched stable isotopes of barium and magnesium to batch mark otoliths of larval golden perch (Macquaria ambigua, Richardson). Ecology of Freshwater Fish, 20(1), 157-165.
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2011 Payne, N., Gillanders, B., & Semmens, J. (2011). Breeding durations as estimators of adult sex ratios and population size. Oecologia, 165(2), 341-347.
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2011 Woodcock, S., Gillanders, B., Munro, A., Crook, D., & Sanger, A. (2011). Determining mark success of 15 combinations of enriched stable isotopes for the batch marking of larval otoliths. Northern American Journal of Fisheries Management, 31(5), 843-851.
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2011 Gillanders, B., Elsdon, T., Halliday, I., Jenkins, G., Robins, J., & Valesini, F. (2011). Potential effects of climate change on Australian estuaries and fish utilising estuaries: a review. Marine and Freshwater Research, 62(9), 1115-1131.
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2011 Koehn, J., Hobday, A., Pratchett, M., & Gillanders, B. (2011). Climate change and Australian marine and freshwater environments, fishes and fisheries: synthesis and options for adaptation. Marine and Freshwater Research, 62(9), 1148-1164.
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2011 Payne, N., Semmens, J., & Gillanders, B. (2011). Elemental uptake via immersion: a mass-marking technique for the early life-history stages of cephalopods. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 436, 169-176.
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2011 Coleman, M., Roughan, M., Macdonald, H., Connell, S., Gillanders, B., Kelaher, B., & Steinberg, P. (2011). Variation in the strength of continental boundary currents determines continent-wide connectivity in kelp. Journal of Ecology, 99(4), 1026-1032.
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2011 Disspain, M., Wallis, L., & Gillanders, B. (2011). Developing baseline data to understand environmental change: a geochemical study of archaeological otoliths from the Coorong, South Australia. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38(8), 1842-1857.
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2011 Ferguson, G., Ward, T., & Gillanders, B. (2011). Otolith shape and elemental composition: Complementary tools for stock discrimination of mulloway (Argyrosomus japonicus) in southern Australia. Fisheries Research, 110(1), 75-83.
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2011 Hunt, K., Steer, M., & Gillanders, B. (2011). Validating age in southern calamary (Sepioteuthis australis) over seasonal and life history extremes. The Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 91(4), 857-863.
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2011 Bloomfield, A., Elsdon, T., Walther, B., Gier, E., & Gillanders, B. (2011). Temperature and diet affect carbon and nitrogen isotopes of fish muscle: can amino acid nitrogen isotopes explain effects?. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 399(1), 48-59.
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2011 Conallin, A., Hillyard, K., Walker, K., Gillanders, B., & Smith, B. (2011). Offstream movements of fish during drought in a regulated lowland river. River Research and Applications, 27(10), 1237-1252.
DOI Scopus13 WoS14
2011 Izzo, C., Hamer, D., Bertozzi, T., Donnellan, S., & Gillanders, B. (2011). Telomere length and age in pinnipeds: the endangered Australian sea lion as a case study. Marine Mammal Science, 27(4), 841-851.
DOI Scopus6 WoS4
2010 Walther, B., Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2010). Interactive effects of food quality, temperature and rearing time on condition of juvenile black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri. Journal of Fish Biology, 76(10), 2455-2468.
DOI Scopus5 WoS4 Europe PMC1
2010 Steer, M., Halverson, G., Fowler, A., & Gillanders, B. (2010). Stock discrimination of Southern Garfish (Hyporhamphus melanochir) by stable isotope ratio analysis of otolith aragonite. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 89(3-4), 369-381.
DOI Scopus8 WoS7
2010 Hillyard, K., Smith, B., Conallin, A., & Gillanders, B. (2010). Optimising exclusion screens to control exotic carp in an Australian lowland river. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61(4), 418-429.
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2010 Payne, N., Gillanders, B., Webber, D., & Semmens, J. (2010). Interpreting diel activity patterns from acoustic telemetry: the need for controls. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 419, 295-301.
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2009 Munro, A., Gillanders, B., Thurstan, S., Crook, D., & Sanger, A. (2009). Transgenerational marking of freshwater fishes with enriched stable isotopes: a tool for fisheries management and research. Journal of Fish Biology, 75(3), 668-684.
DOI Scopus33 WoS34 Europe PMC5
2009 Coleman, M., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2009). Dispersal and gene flow in the habitat-forming kelp, Ecklonia radiata: relative degrees of isolation across an east-west coastline. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60(8), 802-809.
DOI Scopus13 WoS13
2009 Crook, D., O'Mahony, D., Sanger, A., Munro, A., Gillanders, B., & Thurstan, S. (2009). Development evaluation of methods for osmotic induction marking of golden perch macquaria ambigua with calcein and alizarin red S. Northern American Journal of Fisheries Management, 29(2), 279-287.
DOI Scopus36 WoS35
2009 Steer, M., Fowler, A., & Gillanders, B. (2009). Age-related movement patterns and population structuring in southern garfish, Hyporhamphus melanochir, inferred from otolith chemistry. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 16(4), 265-278.
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2009 Dupavillon, J., & Gillanders, B. (2009). Impacts of seawater desalination on the giant Australian cuttlefish Sepia apama in the upper Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Marine Environmental Research, 67(4-5), 207-218.
DOI Scopus26 WoS23 Europe PMC2
2009 Elsdon, T., De Bruin, M., Diepen, N., & Gillanders, B. (2009). Extensive drought negates human influence on nutrients and water quality in estuaries. Science of the Total Environment, 407(8), 3033-3043.
DOI Scopus23 WoS21 Europe PMC9
2009 Payne, N., & Gillanders, B. (2009). Assemblages of fish along a mangrove-mudflat gradient in temperate Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 60(1), 1-13.
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2008 Izzo, C., & Gillanders, B. (2008). Initial assessment of age, growth and reproductive parameters of the southern fiddler ray Trygonorrhina fasciata (Müller & Henle, 1841) from South Australia. Pan - American Journal of Aquatic Sciences, 3(3), 321-327.
2008 Munro, A., Gillanders, B., Elsdon, T., Crook, D., & Sanger, A. (2008). Enriched stable isotope marking of juvenile golden perch (Macquaria ambigua) otoliths. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 65(2), 276-285.
DOI Scopus43 WoS46
2007 Wheaton, L., Donnellan, S., de Vries, M., Gardner, M., & Gillanders, B. (2007). Isolation of additional polymorphic tri- and tetranucleotide microsatellite loci for the giant Australian cuttlefish (Sepia apama). Molecular Ecology Resources, 7(5), 893-895.
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2007 Coleman, M., Vytopil, E., Goodsell, P., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2007). Diversity and depth-related patterns of mobile invertebrates associated with kelp forests. Marine and Freshwater Research, 58(7), 589-595.
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2007 Nicholson, E., Krull, E., Smernik, R., Zawadzki, A., Gell, P., & Gillanders, B. (2007). Environmental change in the coastal wetlands near Adelaide, Australia. Quaternary International, 167-168, 306.
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2007 Crook, D., O'Mahony, D., Gillanders, B., Munro, A., & Sanger, A. (2007). Production of external fluorescent marks on golden perch fingerlings through osmotic induction marking with alizarin red S. Northern American Journal of Fisheries Management, 27(2), 670-675.
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2007 Hutson, K., Smith, B., Godfrey, R., Whittington, I., Chambers, C., Ernst, I., & Gillanders, B. (2007). A tagging study on yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi) and samson fish (S. hippos) in South Australian waters. Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia, 131(1), 128-134.
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2007 Semmens, J., Pecl, G., Gillanders, B., Waluda, C., Shea, E., Jouffre, D., . . . Shaw, P. (2007). Approaches to resolving cephalopod movement and migration patterns. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 17(2-3), 401-423.
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2007 Johnston, E., Connell, S., Irving, A., Pile, A., & Gillanders, B. (2007). Antarctic patterns of shallow subtidal habitat and inhabitants in Wilke' s Land. Polar Biology, 30(6), 781-788.
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2007 Braccini, J., Gillanders, B., Walker, T., & Tovar-Avila, J. (2007). Comparison of deterministic growth models fitted to length-at-age data of the piked spurdog (Squalus megalops) in south-eastern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 58(1), 24-33.
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2007 Braccini, J., Hamlett, W., Gillanders, B., & Walker, T. (2007). Embryo development and maternal-embryo nutritional relationships of piked spurdog (Squalus megalops). Marine Biology, 150(4), 727-737.
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2006 Braccini, J., Gillanders, B., & Walker, T. (2006). Notes on the population structure of the piked spurdog (Squalus megalops) in southeastern Australia. Ciencias Marinas, 32(4), 705-712.
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2006 Layman, C., Dahlgren, C., Kellison, G., Adams, A., Gillanders, B., Kendall, M., . . . Serafy, J. (2006). Marine nurseries and effective juvenile habitats. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 318, 307-308.
DOI Scopus14 WoS14
2006 Crook, D., & Gillanders, B. (2006). Use of otolith chemical signatures to estimate carp recruitment sources in the mid-Murray River, Australia. River Research and Applications, 22(8), 871-879.
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2006 Braccini, J., Gillanders, B., & Walker, T. (2006). Hierarchical approach to the assessment of fishing effects on non-target chondrichthyans: case study of Squalus megalops in southeastern Australia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 63(11), 2456-2466.
DOI Scopus29 WoS26
2006 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2006). Identifying migratory contingents of fish by combining otolith Sr : Ca with temporal collections of ambient Sr : Ca concentrations. Journal of Fish Biology, 69(3), 643-657.
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2006 Dahlgren, C., Kellison, G., Adams, A., Gillanders, B., Kendall, M., Layman, C., . . . Serafy, J. (2006). Marine nurseries and effective juvenile habitats: concepts and applications. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 312, 291-295.
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2006 Braccini, J., Gillanders, B., & Walker, T. (2006). Total and partial length-length, mass-mass and mass-length relationships for the piked spurdog (Squalus megalops) in south-eastern Australia. Fisheries Research, 78(2-3), 385-389.
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2006 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2006). Temporal variability in strontium, calcium, barium, and manganese in estuaries: Implications for reconstructing environmental histories of fish from chemicals in calcified structures. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 66(1-2), 147-156.
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2006 Braccini, J., Gillanders, B., & Walker, T. (2006). Determining reproductive parameters for population assessments of chondrichthyan species with asynchronous ovulation and parturition: piked spurdog (Squalus megalops) as a case study. Marine and Freshwater Research, 57(1), 105-119.
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2005 Braccini, J., Gillanders, B., & Walker, T. (2005). Sources of variation in the feeding ecology of the piked spurdog (Squalus megalops): implications for inferring predator - prey interactions from overall dietary composition. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 62(6), 1076-1094.
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2005 Gillanders, B. (2005). Otolith chemistry to determine movements of diadromous and freshwater fish. Aquatic Living Resources, 18(3), 291-300.
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2005 Irving, A., Connell, S., Johnston, E., Pile, A., & Gillanders, B. (2005). The response of encrusting coralline algae to canopy loss: an independent test of predictions on an Antarctic coast. Marine Biology, 147(5), 1075-1083.
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2005 Fowler-Walker, M., Connell, S., & Gillanders, B. (2005). To what extent do geographic and associated environmental variables correlate with kelp morphology across temperate Australia?. Marine and Freshwater Research, 56(6), 877-887.
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2005 de Vries, M., Gillanders, B., & Elsdon, T. (2005). Facilitation of barium uptake into fish otoliths: Influence of strontium concentration and salinity. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 69(16), 4061-4072.
DOI Scopus64 WoS62
2005 Russell, B., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2005). Proximity and size of neighbouring habitat affects invertebrate diversity. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 296(IS), 31-38.
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2005 Fowler, A., Gillanders, B., & Hall, K. (2005). Relationship between elemental concentration and age from otoliths of adult snapper (Pagrus auratus, Sparidae): implications for movement and stock structure. Marine and Freshwater Research, 56(5), 661-676.
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2005 Gillanders, B., & Joyce, T. (2005). Distinguishing aquaculture and wild yellowtail kingfish via natural elemental signatures in otoliths. Marine and Freshwater Research, 56(5), 693-704.
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2005 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2005). Consistency of patterns between laboratory experiments and field collected fish in otolith chemistry: an example and applications for salinity reconstructions. Marine and Freshwater Research, 56(5), 609-617.
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2005 Gillanders, B. (2005). Using elemental chemistry of fish otoliths to determine connectivity between estuarine and coastal habitats. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 64(1), 47-57.
DOI Scopus120 WoS115
2005 Fowler-Walker, M., Connell, S., & Gillanders, B. (2005). Variation at local scales need not impede tests for broader scale patterns. Marine Biology, 147(3), 823-831.
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2005 Anderson, M., Connell, S., Gillanders, B., Diebel, C., Blom, W., Saunders, J., & Landers, T. (2005). Relationships between taxonomic resolution and spatial scales of multivariate variation. Journal of Animal Ecology, 74(4), 636-646.
DOI Scopus115 WoS109
2005 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2005). Alternative life-history patterns of estuarine fish: barium in otoliths elucidates freshwater residency. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62(5), 1143-1152.
DOI Scopus108 WoS100
2005 Russell, B., Elsdon, T., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2005). Nutrients increase epiphyte loads: broad-scale observations and an experimental assessment. Marine Biology, 147(2), 551-558.
DOI Scopus39 WoS35
2005 Hamer, P., Jenkins, G., & Gillanders, B. (2005). Chemical tags in otoliths indicate the importance of local and distant settlement areas to populations of a temperate sparid, Pagrus auratus. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 62(3), 623-630.
DOI Scopus37 WoS39
2005 Fowler-Walker, M., Gillanders, B., Connell, S., & Irving, A. (2005). Patterns of association between canopy-morphology and understorey assemblages across temperate Australia. Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 63(1-2), 133-141.
DOI Scopus6 WoS5
2005 Bloomfield, A., & Gillanders, B. (2005). Fish and invertebrate assemblages in seagrass, mangrove, saltmarsh, and nonvegetated habitats. Estuaries, 28(1), 63-77.
DOI Scopus59 WoS56
2005 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2005). Strontium incorporation into calcified structures: separating the effects of ambient water concentration and exposure time. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 285, 233-243.
DOI Scopus67 WoS66
2004 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2004). Fish otolith chemistry influenced by exposure to multiple environmental variables. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 313(2), 269-284.
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2004 Goodsell, P., Fowler-Walker, M., Gillanders, B., & Connell, S. (2004). Variations in the configuration of algae in subtidal forests: Implications for invertebrate assemblages. Austral Ecology, 29(3), 350-357.
DOI Scopus41 WoS40
2004 Irving, A., Connell, S., & Gillanders, B. (2004). Local complexity in patterns of canopy-benthos associations produces regional patterns across temperate Australasia. Marine Biology, 144(2), 361-368.
DOI Scopus53 WoS52
2003 Beck, M., Heck Jr., K., Able, K., Childers, D., Eggleston, D., Gillanders, B., . . . Weinstein, M. (2003). The role of nearshore ecosystems as fish and shellfish nurseries. Issues in Ecology, 11, 1-12.
2003 Gillanders, B., Able, K., Brown, J., Eggleston, D., & Sheridan, P. (2003). Evidence of connectivity between juvenile and adult habitats for mobile marine fauna: an important component of nurseries. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 247, 281-295.
DOI Scopus316 WoS305
2003 Hamer, P., Jenkins, G., & Gillanders, B. (2003). Otolith chemistry of juvenile snapper Pagrus auratus in Victorian waters: natural chemical tags and their temporal variation. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 263, 261-273.
DOI Scopus59 WoS63
2003 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2003). Relationship between water and otolith elemental concentrations in juvenile black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 260, 263-272.
DOI Scopus134 WoS136
2003 Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (2003). Spatial variation in elemental composition of otoliths of three species of fish (family Sparidae). Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science, 57(5-6), 1049-1064.
DOI Scopus75 WoS70
2003 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2003). Reconstructing migratory patterns of fish based on environmental influences on otolith chemistry. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 13(3), 219-235.
DOI Scopus145 WoS120
2002 Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (2002). Impact of changes in flow of freshwater on estuarine and open coastal habitats and the associated organisms. Oceanography and Marine Biology, 40, 233-309.
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2002 Sanchez-Jerez, P., Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (2002). Spatial variation in abundance of prey and diet of trumpeter (Pelates sexlineatus: Teraponidae) associated with Zostera capricorni seagrass meadows. Austral Ecology, 27(2), 200-210.
DOI Scopus17 WoS17
2002 Sanchez-Jerez, P., Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (2002). Spatial variability of trace elements in fish otoliths: comparison with dietary items and habitat constituents in seagrass meadows. Journal of Fish Biology, 61(3), 801-821.
DOI Scopus33 WoS30
2002 Curley, B., Kingsford, M., & Gillanders, B. (2002). Spatial and habitat-related patterns of temperate reef fish assemblages: implications for the design of Marine Protected Areas. Marine and Freshwater Research, 53(8), 1197-1210.
DOI Scopus60 WoS61
2002 Sanchez-Jerez, P., Gillanders, B., Rodriguez-Ruiz, S., & Ramos-Espla, A. (2002). Effect of an artificial reef in Posidonia meadows on fish assemblage and diet of Diplodus annularis. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 59(SUPPL.), S59-S68.
DOI Scopus13 WoS9
2002 Elsdon, T., & Gillanders, B. (2002). Interactive effects of temperature and salinity on otolith chemistry: challenges for determining environmental histories of fish. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 59(11), 1796-1808.
DOI Scopus185 WoS185
2002 Gillanders, B. (2002). Temporal and spatial variability in elemental composition of otoliths: implications for determining stock identity and connectivity of populations. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 59(4), 669-679.
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2002 Gillanders, B. (2002). Connectivity between juvenile and adult fish populations: do adults remain near their recruitment estuaries?. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 240, 215-223.
DOI Scopus116 WoS115
2001 Beck, M., Heck Jr., K., Able, K., Childers, D., Eggleston, D., Gillanders, B., . . . Weinstein, M. (2001). The identification, conservation, and management of estuarine and marine nurseries for fish and invertebrates. Bioscience, 51(8), 633-641.
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2001 Gillanders, B., Sanchez-Jerez, P., Bayle-Sempere, J., & Ramos-Espla, A. (2001). Trace elements in otoliths of the two-banded bream from a coastal region in the south-west Mediterranean: are there differences among locations?. Journal of Fish Biology, 59(2), 350-363.
DOI Scopus49 WoS46
2001 Gillanders, B., Ferrell, D., & Andrew, N. (2001). Estimates of movement and life-history parameters of yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi): how useful are data from a cooperative tagging programme?. Marine and Freshwater Research, 52(2), 179-192.
DOI Scopus43 WoS41
2001 Gillanders, B. (2001). Trace metals in four structures of fish and their use for estimates of stock structure. Fishery Bulletin, 99(3), 410-419.
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2000 Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (2000). Elemental fingerprints of otoliths of fish may distinguish estuarine 'nursery' habitats. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 201, 273-286.
DOI Scopus135 WoS132
2000 Kingsford, M., & Gillanders, B. (2000). Variation in concentrations of trace elements in otoliths and eye lenses of a temperate reef fish, Parma microlepis, as a function of depth, spatial scale, and age. Marine Biology, 137(3), 403-414.
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1999 Gillanders, B., Ferrell, D., & Andrew, N. (1999). Aging methods for yellowtail kingfish, Seriola lalandi, and results from age- and size-based growth models. Fishery Bulletin, 97(4), 812-827.
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1998 Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (1998). Influence of habitat on abundance and size structure of a large temperate-reef fish, Achoerodus viridis (Pisces: Labridae). Marine Biology, 132(3), 503-514.
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1997 Gillanders, B. (1997). Patterns of abundance and size structure in the blue groper, Achoerodus viridis (Pisces, Labridae): Evidence of links between estuaries and coastal reefs. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 49(2), 153-173.
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1997 Gillanders, B. (1997). Comparison of growth rates between estuarine and coastal reef populations of Achoerodus viridis (Pisces: Labridae). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 146(1-3), 283-287.
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1996 Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (1996). Elements in otoliths may elucidate the contribution of estuarine recruitment to sustaining coastal reef populations of a temperate reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 141(1-3), 13-20.
DOI Scopus173 WoS173
1996 Dove, S., Gillanders, B., & Kingsford, M. (1996). An investigation of chronological differences in the deposition of trace metals in the otoliths of two temperate reef fishes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 205(1-2), 15-33.
DOI Scopus62 WoS60
1995 Gillanders, B. (1995). Reproductive biology of the protogynous hermaphrodite Achoerodus viridis (Labridae) from south-eastern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research, 46(7), 999-1008.
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1995 Gillanders, B. (1995). Feeding ecology of the temperate marine fish Achoerodus viridis (Labridae): Size, seasonal and site-specific differences. Marine and Freshwater Research, 46(7), 1009-1020.
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1994 Gillanders, B., & Brown, M. (1994). Seasonal Variation in Standing Crop, Reproduction and Population Structure of Xiphophora gladiata (Phaeophyceae: Fucales). Botanica Marina, 37(1), 35-42.
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1994 Gillanders, B., & Brown, M. (1994). The Chemical Composition of Xiphophora gladiata (Phaeophyceae: Fucales): Seasonal and within Plant Variation. Botanica Marina, 37(5), 483-490.
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Books

Book Chapters

Year Citation
2013 Crook, D., & Gillanders, B. (2013). Age and growth. In P. Humphries, & K. Walker (Eds.), Ecology of Australian freshwater fishes (1 ed., pp. 195-222). Australia: CSIRO Publishing.
2011 Gillanders, B. M., Elsdon, T. S., & Roughan, M. (2011). Connectivity of Estuaries. In E. Wolanski, & D. McLusky (Eds.), Treatise on Estuarine and Coastal Science (Vol. 7, pp. 119-142). London & Waltham: Elsevier.
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2009 Gillanders, B. (2009). Tools for studying biological marine ecosystem interactions-natural and artificial tags. In Ivan Nagelkerken (Ed.), Ecological connectivity among tropical costal ecosystems (1 ed., pp. 457-493). Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer.
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2008 Gillanders, B., Elsdon, T., & Hammer, M. (2008). Estuaries of Gulf St Vincent, Investigator Strait, and Backstairs Passage. In Natural History of Gulf St Vincent (pp. 177-196). Adelaide: Royal Society of South Australia.
2008 Elsdon, T., Wells, B., Campana, S., Gillanders, B., Jones, C., Limburg, K., . . . Walther, B. (2008). Otolith Chemistry to describe movements and Life-History parameters of Fishes: hypothesis, assumptions, limitations and inferences. In R. N. Gibson, R. J. A. Atkinson, & J. D. M. Gordon (Eds.), Oceanography and Marine Biology: An Annual Review, 2008 (Vol. 46, 46 ed., pp. 297-330). United Kingdom: Taylor & Francis.
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2007 Gillanders, B. (2007). Seagrass. In S. D. Connell, & B. M. Gillanders (Eds.), Marine Ecology (pp. 457-484). Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.
2007 Gillanders, B. (2007). Linking terrestrial-freshwater and marine environments: an example from estuarine systems. In S. D. Connel, & B. M. Gillanders (Eds.), Marine Ecology (pp. 252-278). Melbourne, Victoria: Oxford University Press.
2006 Gillanders, B. (2006). Seagrasses, fish and fisheries. In A. W. D. Larkum, R. J. Orth, & C. M. Duarte (Eds.), Seagrasses: biology, ecology and conservation (1 ed., pp. 503-536). The Netherlands: Springer.
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2005 Connell, S., & Gillanders, B. (2005). Urban Ecological Communities 4: The marine and coastal environment. In Adelaide - Nature of a city: The Ecology of a Dynamic City from 1836 to 2036 (1 ed., pp. 298-318). Adelaide: BioCity: Centre for Urban Habitats.

Conference Papers

Year Citation
2017 Smith, D., Fulton, E., Apfel, P., Cresswell, I., Gillanders, B., Haward, M., . . . Ward, T. (2017). Implementing marine ecosystem-based management: Lessons from Australia. In ICES Journal of Marine Science Vol. 74 (pp. 1990-2003). Brest, FRANCE: OXFORD UNIV PRESS.
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2016 Martino, J. C., Doubleday, Z., Fowler, A., & Gillanders, B. (2016). Validating isotopes as metabolic tracers in otoliths. In x. Riga, Latvia.
2014 McFadden, A., Gillanders, B., Pring, A., & Wade, B. (2014). Otolith biomineralisation: Insights from a microstructural and microanalytical study. In Microscopy and Microanalysis Vol. 20 (pp. 1320-1321).
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2012 Hughes, J., Stewart, J., Gillanders, B., & Suthers, I. (2012). An examination of the population structure of the eastern Australian salmon (Arripis trutta) stock in southeastern Australia. In J. McKenzie, B. Parsons, A. Seitz, R. Kopf, M. Mesa, & Q. Phelps (Eds.), Proceedings of the Symposium on Advances in Fish Tagging and Marking Technology Vol. 76 (pp. 419-437). Auckland, New Zealand: American Fisheries Society.
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2012 Crook, D., O'Mahony, D., Gillanders, B., Munro, A., & Sanger, A. (2012). Quantitative measurement of calcein fluorescence for non-lethal, field based discrimination of hatchery and wild fish. In J. McKenzie, B. Parsons, A. Seitz, R. Kopf, M. Mesa, & Q. Phelps (Eds.), Proceedings of the Symposium on Advances in Fish Tagging and Marking Technology Vol. 76 (pp. 389-396). Auckland, New Zealand: American Fisheries Society.
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2006 Gillanders, B. (2006). Overview of chemical techniques as applied to fish ecology and fisheries science. In Australian Society for Fish Biology, 2006 Workshop Proceedings Cutting -edge technologies in fish and fisheries science (pp. 126-134). Australia: Australian Society for Fish Biology.
1999 Gillanders, B., Ferrell, D., & Andrew, N. (1999). Size at maturity and seasonal changes in gonad activity of yellowtail kingfish (Seriola lalandi; Carangidae) in New South Wales, Australia. In New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research Vol. 33 (pp. 457-468). SIR PUBLISHING.
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Report for External Bodies

Year Citation
2016 Jones, A. R., & Gillanders, B. M. (2016). Pearson Island expedition feasibility report. Adelaide, Australia.
2016 Gillanders, B. M., Ward, T. M., Bailleul, F., Cassey, P., Deveney, M. R., Doubleday, Z. A., . . . Wiltshire, K. H. (2016). Spencer Gulf Ecosystem and Development Initiative. Developing knowledge and tools to inform integrated management of Spencer Gulf: Case study on shipping and ports.. Adelaide.
2009 Brookes, J., Aldridge, K., Deegan, B., Geddes, M., Gillanders, B., & Paton, D. (2009). An ecosystem assessment framework to guide management of the Coorong. CSIRO.

Under Construction

China aquacultureCourse Coordination

- Zoology (second year)

- Foundations in Marine Biology (third year)

Lecturing

- Zoology (second year)

- Freshwater Ecology (third year)

- Marine Ecology (third year)

- Foundations in Marine Biology (third year)

In 2016 I co-led a New Colombo Plan funded study tour to China and Hong Kong titled "Taking a Dive into the Future of Marine Biology" and in 2017 co-led another New Colombo Plan study tour to Timor Leste (Beneath the waves) (both available to second and third year BSc students). In 2018 I will lead a study tour to Timor Leste.

 

Current Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2018 Principal Supervisor Plastics and the Seafood Industry Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Nina Kantor Wootton
2018 Principal Supervisor Cumulative Impacts in Marine Environments Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Jackson Stockbridge
2017 Principal Supervisor Evaluating Murray Cod stocks and Conservation techniques in the SA Murray River Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr James Ryan Walker
2017 Principal Supervisor Spatial Ecology of Murray Cod in the Lower River Murray Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Ms Sandra Jane Leigh
2017 Principal Supervisor 'Investigating the distribution of Mulloway (Argyrosomus japonicus) using otolith chemistry analysis for fisheries management and conservation. Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Angela Lee Russell
2017 Principal Supervisor Restoration of Threatened Fish in Semi-Arid Ecosystems Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Jarod Paul Lyon
2017 Co-Supervisor Climate Change and fish Master of Philosophy Master Full Time Ms Kelsey Margaret Kingsbury
2017 Co-Supervisor Metal Isotope Tracers to Reconstruct Hydrological and Climate History of the Coorong-Murray Mouth System Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Yuexiao Shao
2017 Co-Supervisor Blue Carbo Sequestration Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Nicole Rianne Foster
2016 Co-Supervisor Late Quaternary climate variability from mollusc geochemistry Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Briony Kate Chamberlayne
2016 Principal Supervisor Source to sink: connectivity of King George whiting (Sillaginodes punctatus) from spawning to settlement Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Troy Adam Rogers
2015 Principal Supervisor An Integrated Approach to Locating Pupping Grounds and Assessing Natal Origins in a Conservation Dependent Shark, Galeorhinus galeus Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Matthew Neilson McMillan
2015 Principal Supervisor Reconstructing the growth and physiological histories of an iconic Australian fish species Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Jasmin Carmel Amina Martino
2014 Principal Supervisor Fish Movement and Passage in a Regulated Estuary Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Christopher Martin Bice
2013 Principal Supervisor Hypoxia in the Murray River Region: Identifying Impacts to Fish and Tracking Long-term Trends Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Kayla Louise Gilmore

Past Higher Degree by Research Supervision (University of Adelaide)

Date Role Research Topic Program Degree Type Student Load Student Name
2015 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Uncovering the Role of Biomineralisation in Otolith Trace Element Uptake by Microstructural and Microchemical Analysis Master of Philosophy Master Part Time Ms Aoife McFadden
2013 - 2017 Co-Supervisor Habitat Connectivity and Quality Alter Population Growth and Community Structure of Marine Crustaceans Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Katherine Ann Heldt
2012 - 2013 Principal Supervisor Assessing connectivity in coastal systems as a tool for fish management and conservation Doctor of Philosophy under a Jointly-awarded Degree Agreement with Doctorate Full Time Mr Patrick Bowskill
2012 - 2015 Principal Supervisor The physiological responses of King George whiting to environmental parameters Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Nastaran Mazloumi
2011 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Using biogeochemical tracers and sclerochronologies derived from fish otoliths to detect environmental change Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Gretchen Lynn Grammer
2011 - 2015 Co-Supervisor Reconstructing Ecological Baselines: Toward Improved Management in Aquatic Ecosystems Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mrs Heidi Alleway
2011 - 2016 Principal Supervisor Unique palaeoenvironmental records? An examination of applications and the reliability of fish otoliths in archaeological investigations Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Morgan Carol Faith Disspain
2010 - 2014 Principal Supervisor Dicyemid parasite fauna of southern Australian cephalopod species Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Sarah Roseann Catalano
2009 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Population structure of a predatory demersal fish (Argyrosomus japonicus, Sciaenidae) determined with natural tags and satellite telemetry Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Part Time Mr Thomas Barnes
2008 - 2015 Principal Supervisor Population Structure and Movement of Black Bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri) in South Australian Estuaries Based on Otholith Chemistry Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Ana Judith Giraldo
2007 - 2011 Co-Supervisor Impacts of River Regulation, Drought and Exploitation on the Fish of a Degraded, Australian Estuary: with Particular Reference to the Life-history of the Sciaenid, Argyrosomus japonicus Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Greg Ferguson
2007 - 2012 Co-Supervisor Strength of Sea Urchin Herbivory and Condition from Biogeographic to Organismal Scales Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Juan Livore
2007 - 2011 Principal Supervisor Approaches to Understanding the Population Dynamics and Behaviour of Sepia Apama in Northern Spencer Gulf Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Nicholas Payne
2007 - 2012 Principal Supervisor Stable Isotopes of Estuarine Fish: Experimental Validations and Ecological Investigations Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Miss Alexandra Bloomfield
2007 - 2011 Principal Supervisor Stock Enhancement in the Murray-Darling Basin, Identification of Stocked Fish and Enhancing Post-stock Survival Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Skye Woodcock
2006 - 2011 Principal Supervisor Carp Exclusion Screens on wetland inlets: their value for control of common carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) and effects on offstream movements by other fish species in the River Murray, Australia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Karl Hillyard
2006 - 2010 Principal Supervisor Larval Fish Assemblages in the Lower River Murray, Australia: Examining the Influence of Hydrology, Habitat and Food Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Katherine Jane-Maree Cheshire
2006 - 2010 Principal Supervisor Patterns of Telomere Length Change with Age in Aquatic Vertebrates and their Phylogenetic Distribution Among the Jawed Vertebrates Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Christopher Izzo
2005 - 2008 Co-Supervisor Disturbances That Influence Patterns of Benthic Assemblages Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mrs Bethany Roberts
2005 - 2009 Principal Supervisor The Reproductive Biology and Recruitment Dynamics of Snapper, Chrysophrys auratus Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Richard Saunders
2004 - 2009 Co-Supervisor Declining Water Quality as a Driver of Changes to Subtidal Communities Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Daniel Gorman
2002 - 2005 Co-Supervisor Regional and Local Patterns in Kelp Morphology and Benthic Assemblages Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Ms Meegan Fowler-Walker
2002 - 2006 Principal Supervisor Assessment of Ecological Risks from Effects of Fishing to Piked Spurdog (Squalus megalops) in South-Eastern Australia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Mr Juan Braccini
2002 - 2005 Principal Supervisor Reconstructing Environmental Histories of Fish from Otolith Chemistry; Experimental Validations and Applications Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Travis Elsdon
2002 - 2005 Principal Supervisor The Ecology of Subtidal Turfs in Southern Australia Doctor of Philosophy Doctorate Full Time Dr Bayden Russell
Position
Professor
Phone
83136235
Fax
8313 4364
Campus
North Terrace
Building
Darling Building, floor 1
Room Number
1 27
Org Unit
Ecology and Environmental Science

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