Tiffany Nay
Tiffany Nay
ARC CoE Coral Reef Studies, James Cook University
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Adapt, move or die–how will tropical coral reef fishes cope with ocean warming?
A Habary, JL Johansen, TJ Nay, JF Steffensen, JL Rummer
Global Change Biology 23 (2), 566-577, 2017
Behavioural thermoregulation in a temperature-sensitive coral reef fish, the five-lined cardinalfish (Cheilodipterusquinquelineatus)
TJ Nay, JL Johansen, A Habary, JF Steffensen, JL Rummer
Coral Reefs 34 (4), 1261-1265, 2015
Too hot to handle? Using movement to alleviate effects of elevated temperatures in a benthic elasmobranch, Hemiscyllium ocellatum
CR Gervais, TJ Nay, G Renshaw, JL Johansen, JF Steffensen, ...
Marine Biology 165 (11), 162, 2018
Aerobic performance of two tropical cephalopod species unaltered by prolonged exposure to projected future carbon dioxide levels
BL Spady, TJ Nay, JL Rummer, PL Munday, SA Watson
Conservation physiology 7 (1), coz024, 2019
Habitat complexity influences selection of thermal environment in a common coral reef fish
TJ Nay, JL Johansen, JL Rummer, JF Steffensen, MS Pratchett, AS Hoey
Conservation Physiology 8 (1), coaa070, 2020
The emergence emergency: A mudskipper's response to temperatures
TJ Nay, CR Gervais, AS Hoey, JL Johansen, JF Steffensen, JL Rummer
Journal of thermal biology 78, 65-72, 2018
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