Robert W Day
Robert W Day
Associate Professor, School of Biosciences, University of Melbourne
Verified email at unimelb.edu.au
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Comparisons of treatments after an analysis of variance in ecology
RW Day, GP Quinn
Ecological monographs 59 (4), 433-463, 1989
24651989
Stress and immune responses in abalone: limitations in current knowledge and investigative methods based on other models
C Hooper, R Day, R Slocombe, J Handlinger, K Benkendorff
Fish & shellfish immunology 22 (4), 363-379, 2007
2252007
The determinants and measurement of abalone growth
RW Day, AE Fleming
Abalone of the World: Biology, Fisheries and Culture (Eds SA Shepherd, MJ …, 1992
2011992
Growth of juvenile blacklip abalone (Haliotis rubra) in aquaculture tanks: effects of density and ammonia
SMH Huchette, CS Koh, RW Day
Aquaculture 219 (1-4), 457-470, 2003
1212003
Marine invertebrate skeleton size varies with latitude, temperature and carbonate saturation: implications for global change and ocean acidification
SA Watson, LS Peck, PA Tyler, PC Southgate, KS Tan, RW Day, ...
Global Change Biology 18, 3026-3038, 2012
1052012
Trace elemental fingerprinting of gastropod statoliths to study larval dispersal trajectories
DC Zacherl, PH Manríquez, G Paradis, RW Day, JC Castilla, RR Warner, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 248, 297-303, 2003
952003
A comparison of fluorochromes for marking abalone shells
RW Day, MC Williams, GP Hawkes
Marine and Freshwater Research 46 (3), 599-605, 1995
851995
Population dynamics of an infaunal polychaete: the effect of predators and an adult-recruit interaction.
AC Kent, RW Day
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 73, 185-203, 1983
821983
Two contrasting effects of predation on species richness in coral reef habitats
RW Day
Marine Biology 44 (1), 1-5, 1977
751977
The novel use of harvest policies and rapid visual assessment to manage spatially complex abalone resources (Genus Haliotis)
JD Prince, H Peeters, H Gorfine, RW Day
Fisheries Research 94 (3), 330-338, 2008
702008
Nursery culture of Haliotis rubra: the effect of cultured algae and larval density on settlement and juvenile production
S Daume, S Huchette, S Ryan, RW Day
Aquaculture 236 (1-4), 221-239, 2004
662004
Predation by Patiria miniata (Asteroidea) on bryozoans: prey diversity may depend on the mechanism of succession
RW Day, RW Osman
Oecologia 51 (3), 300-309, 1981
621981
Successful seeding of hatchery-produced juvenile greenlip abalone to restore wild stocks
CD Dixon, RW Day, SMH Huchette, SA Shepherd
Fisheries Research 78 (2-3), 179-185, 2006
592006
Estimation of seasonal growth parameters using a stochastic gompertz model for tagging data
VS Troynikov, RW Day, AM Leorke
Journal of Shellfish Research 17 (3), 833-838, 1998
511998
Effects of severe heat stress on immune function, biochemistry and histopathology in farmed Australian abalone (hybrid Haliotis laevigata× Haliotis rubra)
C Hooper, R Day, R Slocombe, K Benkendorff, J Handlinger, J Goulias
Aquaculture 432, 26-37, 2014
502014
Stock assessment of trochus (Trochus niloticus)(Gastropoda: Trochidae) fisheries at West Nggela, Solomon Islands
S Foale, R Day
Fisheries Research 33 (1-3), 1-16, 1997
501997
Beyond individual quotas: the role of trust and cooperation in promoting stewardship of five Australian abalone fisheries
PW Gilmour, PD Dwyer, RW Day
Marine Policy 35 (5), 692-702, 2011
492011
Trapping of three drilling whelks by two species of mussel
RW Day, A Barkai, PA Wickens
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 149 (1), 109-122, 1991
481991
Effect of movement stress on immune function in farmed Australian abalone (hybrid Haliotis laevigata and Haliotis rubra)
C Hooper, R Day, R Slocombe, K Benkendorff, J Handlinger
Aquaculture 315 (3-4), 348-354, 2011
462011
Ecosystem modelling in the southern Benguela: comparisons of Atlantis, Ecopath with Ecosim, and OSMOSE under fishing scenarios
MD Smith, EA Fulton, RW Day, LJ Shannon, YJ Shin
African Journal of Marine Science 37 (1), 65-78, 2015
412015
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