Kingsford Michael J
Kingsford Michael J
Professor of Marine Biology, James Cook University
Verified email at jcu.edu.au
TitleCited byYear
Sensory environments, larval abilities and local self-recruitment
MJ Kingsford, JM Leis, A Shanks, KC Lindeman, SG Morgan, J Pineda
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 309-340, 2002
5442002
Predicting self-recruitment in marine populations: biophysical correlates and mechanisms
S Sponaugle, RK Cowen, A Shanks, SG Morgan, JM Leis, J Pineda, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 341-375, 2002
4682002
Smelling home can prevent dispersal of reef fish larvae
G Gerlach, J Atema, MJ Kingsford, KP Black, V Miller-Sims
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 104 (3), 858-863, 2007
4212007
Impacts of climate change on marine organisms and ecosystems
AS Brierley, MJ Kingsford
Current biology 19 (14), R602-R614, 2009
4032009
Larval reef fish could use odour for detection, retention and orientation to reefs
J Atema, MJ Kingsford, G Gerlach
Marine Ecology Progress Series 241, 151-160, 2002
2782002
Impact of changes in flow of freshwater on estuarine and open coastal habitats and the associated organisms
RN Gibson, M Barnes, RJA Atkinson
Oceanography and marine biology: an annual review 40, 233-309, 2002
2672002
Elements in otoliths may elucidate the contribution of estuarine recruitment to sustaining coastal reef populations of a temperate reef fish
BM Gillanders, MJ Kingsford
Marine Ecology Progress Series 141, 13-20, 1996
2551996
Climate change and coral reef connectivity
PL Munday, JM Leis, JM Lough, CB Paris, MJ Kingsford, ML Berumen, ...
Coral reefs 28 (2), 379-395, 2009
2372009
Patterns in shallow subtidal marine assemblages along the coast of New South Wales
AJ Underwood, MJ Kingsford, NL Andrew
Australian Journal of Ecology 16 (2), 231-249, 1991
2201991
Influence of surface slicks on the distribution and onshore movements of small fish
MJ Kingsford, JH Choat
Marine Biology 91 (2), 161-171, 1986
2121986
Studying temperate marine environments
M Kingsford, C Battershill
CRC Press, 2000
2112000
Elemental fingerprints of otoliths of fish may distinguish estuarine'nursery'habitats
BM Gillanders, MJ Kingsford
Marine Ecology Progress Series 201, 273-286, 2000
2042000
How do riverine plumes of different sizes influence fish larvae: do they enhance recruitment?
CB Grimes, MJ Kingsford
Marine and Freshwater Research 47 (2), 191-208, 1996
1711996
The fauna associated with drift algae captured with a plankton‐mesh purse seine net 1
MJ Kingsford, JH Choat
Limnology and Oceanography 30 (3), 618-630, 1985
1661985
Humans as predators on rocky reefs in New South Wales, Australia.
MJ Kingsford, AJ Underwood, SJ Kennelly
Marine ecology progress series. Oldendorf 72 (102), 1-14, 1991
1491991
Biotic and abiotic structure in the pelagic environment: importance to small fishes
MJ Kingsford
Bulletin of Marine Science 53 (2), 393-415, 1993
1471993
Linear oceanographic features: a focus for research on recruitment processes
MJ Kingsford
Australian Journal of Ecology 15 (4), 391-401, 1990
1461990
Spatial and temporal variation in predation on reef fishes by coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus, Serranidae)
MJ Kingsford
Coral reefs 11 (4), 193-198, 1992
1391992
Drift algae and small fish in coastal waters of northeastern New Zealand
MJ Kingsford
Marine Ecology Progress Series, 41-55, 1992
1311992
Spatial, temporal and habitat-related variation in the abundance of large predatory fish at One Tree Reef, Australia
SD Connell, MJ Kingsford
Coral Reefs 17 (1), 49-57, 1998
1221998
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