James A Smith
James A Smith
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To fit or not to fit: evaluating stable isotope mixing models using simulated mixing polygons
JA Smith, D Mazumder, IM Suthers, MD Taylor
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (7), 612-618, 2013
Temperature dependence of fish performance in the wild: links with species biogeography and physiological thermal tolerance
NL Payne, JA Smith, DE Meulen, MD Taylor, YY Watanabe, A Takahashi, ...
Functional Ecology 30, 903-912, 2016
Assessment tools for microplastics and natural fibres ingested by fish in an urbanised estuary
JE Halstead, JA Smith, EA Carter, PA Lay, EL Johnston
Environmental Pollution 234, 552-561, 2018
An alternative explanation for global trends in thermal tolerance
NL Payne, JA Smith
Ecology Letters 20 (1), 70-77, 2017
The influence of an offshore artificial reef on the abundance of fish in the surrounding pelagic environment
M Scott, JA Smith, M Lowry, M Taylor, I Suthers
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (5), 429-437, 2015
Modelling the oceanic habitats of two pelagic species using recreational fisheries data
S Brodie, AJ Hobday, JA Smith, JD Everett, MD Taylor, CA Gray, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 24 (5), 463-477, 2015
A designed artificial reef is among the most productive marine fish habitats: new metrics to address ‘production versus attraction’
JA Smith, MB Lowry, C Champion, IM Suthers
Marine Biology 163 (9), 1-8, 2016
Thermal limitation of performance and biogeography in a free-ranging ectotherm: insights from accelerometry
R Gannon, MD Taylor, IM Suthers, CA Gray, DE van der Meulen, JA Smith, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (17), 3033-3037, 2014
Zooplanktivory is a key process for fish production on a coastal artificial reef
C Champion, IM Suthers, JA Smith
Marine Ecology Progress Series 541, 1-14, 2015
Combining abundance and performance data reveals how temperature regulates coastal occurrences and activity of a roaming apex predator
NL Payne, CG Meyer, JA Smith, JDR Houghton, A Barnett, BJ Holmes, ...
Global Change Biology, 2018
Fish attraction to artificial reefs not always harmful: a simulation study
JA Smith, MB Lowry, IM Suthers
Ecology and Evolution 5 (20), 4590–4602, 2015
Modeling what we sample and sampling what we model: challenges for zooplankton model assessment
JD Everett, ME Baird, P Buchanan, C Bulman, C Davies, R Downie, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 77, 2017
Effects of habitat on fish abundance and species composition on temperate rocky reefs
DF Parsons, IM Suthers, DO Cruz, JA Smith
Marine Ecology Progress Series 561, 155-171, 2016
A rapid approach to evaluate putative nursery sites for penaeid prawns
MD Taylor, JA Smith, CA Boys, H Whitney
Journal of Sea Research 114, 26-31, 2016
Generalist niche, specialist strategy: the diet of an Australian percichthyid
JA Smith, LJ Baumgartner, IM Suthers, MD Taylor
Journal of Fish Biology 78 (4), 1183-1199, 2011
Plankton supports the majority of fish biomass on temperate rocky reefs
L Truong, IM Suthers, DO Cruz, JA Smith
Marine Biology 164 (4), 1-12, 2017
Population drivers of a Thalia democratica swarm: insights from population modelling
N Henschke, JA Smith, JD Everett, IM Suthers
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (5), 1074-1087, 2015
Fish Movement Through an Estuary Mouth Is Related to Tidal Flow
A Becker, M Holland, JA Smith, IM Suthers
Estuaries and Coasts 39 (4), 1199-1207, 2016
Estimating the stocking potential of fish in impoundments by modelling supply and steady‐state demand
JA Smith, LJ Baumgartner, IM Suthers, MC Ives, MD Taylor
Freshwater Biology 57 (7), 1482-1499, 2012
Zooplankton trophic niches respond to different water types of the western Tasman Sea: A stable isotope analysis
N Henschke, JD Everett, IM Suthers, JA Smith, BPV Hunt, MA Doblin, ...
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