Isla Fitridge
Isla Fitridge
Senior Scientist, Biofouling Solutions
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The impact and control of biofouling in marine aquaculture: a review
I Fitridge, T Dempster, J Guenther, R De Nys
Biofouling 28 (7), 649-669, 2012
Biofouling leads to reduced shell growth and flesh weight in the cultured mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis
M Sievers, I Fitridge, T Dempster, MJ Keough
Biofouling 29 (1), 97-107, 2013
Ruinous resident: the hydroid Ectopleura crocea negatively affects suspended culture of the mussel Mytilus galloprovincialis
I Fitridge, MJ Keough
Biofouling 29 (2), 119-131, 2013
Potential antifouling strategies for marine finfish aquaculture: the effects of physical and chemical treatments on the settlement and survival of the hydroid Ectopleura larynx
J Guenther, I Fitridge, E Misimi
Biofouling 27 (9), 1033-1042, 2011
Characterization of the marine aquarium trade and management of associated marine pests in Australia, a country with stringent import biosecurity regulation
D Morrisey, G Inglis, K Neil, A Bradley, I Fitridge
Environmental Conservation 38 (1), 89-100, 2011
Gas exchange and growth responses to nutrient enrichment in invasive Glyceria maxima and native New Zealand Carex species
BK Sorrell, H Brix, I Fitridge, D Konnerup, C Lambertini
Aquatic botany 103, 37-47, 2012
The ecology of hydroids (Hydrozoa: Cnidaria) in Port Phillip Bay, Australia, and their impacts as fouling species in longline mussel culture
I Fitridge
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