Mark Meekan
Mark Meekan
Senior Principal Research Scientist, Australian Institute of Marine Science
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Replenishment of fish populations is threatened by ocean acidification
PL Munday, DL Dixson, MI McCormick, M Meekan, MCO Ferrari, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (29), 12930-12934, 2010
4412010
Selection for fast growth during the larval life of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua on the Scotian Shelf
MG Meekan, L Fortier
Marine Ecology Progress Series 137 (1), 25-37, 1996
4141996
Homeward sound
SD Simpson, M Meekan, J Montgomery, R McCauley, A Jeffs
Science 308 (5719), 221-221, 2005
3582005
Sound as an orientation cue for the pelagic larvae of reef fishes and decapod crustaceans
JC Montgomery, A Jeffs, SD Simpson, M Meekan, C Tindle
Advances in marine biology 51, 143-196, 2006
3102006
Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology
GC Hays, LC Ferreira, AMM Sequeira, MG Meekan, CM Duarte, H Bailey, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution 31 (6), 463-475, 2016
3022016
Complexities of coastal shark movements and their implications for management
CW Speed, IC Field, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw
Marine Ecology Progress Series 408, 275-293, 2010
2492010
Socio-economic value and community benefits from shark-diving tourism in Palau: a sustainable use of reef shark populations
GMS Vianna, MG Meekan, DJ Pannell, SP Marsh, JJ Meeuwig
Biological Conservation 145 (1), 267-277, 2012
2412012
Larval growth predicts the recruitment success of a coral reef fish
MA Bergenius, MG Meekan, RD Robertson, MI McCormick
Oecologia 131 (4), 521-525, 2002
2372002
High mortality during settlement is a population bottleneck for a tropical surgeonfish.
MGPS DOHERTY P.J., DUFOUR V., GALZIN R., HIXON M.A., MEEKAN
Ecology 85, 2422-2428, 2004
2252004
Population genetic structure of Earth's largest fish, the whale shark (Rhincodon typus)
ALF Castro, BS Stewart, SG Wilson, RE Hueter, MG Meekan, PJ Motta, ...
Molecular Ecology 16 (24), 5183-5192, 2007
2202007
Latitudinal variation in abundance of herbivorous fishes: a comparison of temperate and tropical reefs
MG Meekan, JH Choat
Marine Biology 128 (3), 373-383, 1997
196*1997
Population size and structure of whale sharks Rhincodon typus at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw, M Press, C McLean, A Richards, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 319 (Cites 2002), 275-285, 2006
1932006
Size at hatching and planktonic growth determine post-settlement survivorship of a coral reef fish
L Vigliola, MG Meekan
Oecologia 131 (1), 89-93, 2002
1922002
Attraction of settlement-stage coral reef fishes to reef noise
SD Simpson, MG Meekan, RD McCauley, A Jeffs
Marine Ecology Progress Series 276 (1), 263-268, 2004
1902004
Putting prey and predator into the CO2 equation–qualitative and quantitative effects of ocean acidification on predator–prey interactions
MCO Ferrari, MI McCormick, PL Munday, MG Meekan, DL Dixson, ...
Ecology letters, 2011
1882011
Intrageneric variation in antipredator responses of coral reef fishes affected by ocean acidification: implications for climate change projections on marine communities
MCO Ferrari, DL Dixson, PL Munday, M McCORMICK, MG Meekan, A Sih, ...
Global Change Biology, 2011
1882011
Larval supply: a good predictor of recruitment of three species of reef fish (Pomacentridae)
MJ Milicich, MG Meekan, PJ Doherty
Marine Ecology-Progress Series 86, 153-153, 1992
1881992
Spot the match–wildlife photo-identification using information theory
CW Speed, MG Meekan, CJA Bradshaw
Frontiers in zoology 4 (1), 2, 2007
1852007
Susceptibility of sharks, rays and chimaeras to global extinction
IC Field, MG Meekan, RC Buckworth, CJA Bradshaw
Advances in marine biology 56, 275-363, 2009
1822009
Movements of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) tagged at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
SG Wilson, JJ Polovina, BS Stewart, MG Meekan
Marine Biology 148 (5), 1157-1166, 2006
1822006
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