Corey Wakefield
Corey Wakefield
Senior Research Scientist, Department of Fisheries Western Australia
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Similarities between Line Fishing and Baited Stereo-Video Estimations of Length-Frequency: Novel Application of Kernel Density Estimates
TJ Langlois, BR Fitzpatrick, DV Fairclough, CB Wakefield, SA Hesp, ...
PLOS ONE 7 (11), e45973, 2012
Bottom trawl fishing footprints on the world’s continental shelves
RO Amoroso, CR Pitcher, AD Rijnsdorp, RA McConnaughey, AM Parma, ...
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 115 (43), E10275-E10282, 2018
Length selectivity of commercial fish traps assessed from in situ comparisons with stereo-video: is there evidence of sampling bias?
TJ Langlois, SJ Newman, M Cappo, ES Harvey, BM Rome, CL Skepper, ...
Fisheries Research 161, 145-155, 2015
Annual, lunar and diel reproductive periodicity of a spawning aggregation of snapper Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) in a marine embayment on the lower west coast of …
CB Wakefield
Journal of Fish Biology 77 (6), 1359-1378, 2010
Latitudinal and temporal comparisons of the reproductive biology and growth of snapper, Pagrus auratus (Sparidae)
CB Wakefield
Western Australia.[PhD Thesis]. Centre for Fish and Fisheries Research …, 2006
Review of the life history characteristics, ecology and fisheries for deep-water tropical demersal fish in the Indo-Pacific region
SJ Newman, AJ Williams, CB Wakefield, SJ Nicol, BM Taylor, JM O’Malley
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 1-26, 2016
Distribution, abundance, diversity and habitat associations of fishes across a bioregion experiencing rapid coastal development
DL McLean, TJ Langlois, SJ Newman, TH Holmes, MJ Birt, KR Bornt, ...
Estuarine, coastal and shelf science 178, 36-47, 2016
Spawning and nursery habitat partitioning and movement patterns of Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) on the lower west coast of Australia
CB Wakefield, DV Fairclough, RCJ Lenanton, IC Potter
Fisheries Research 109 (2-3), 243-251, 2011
Spatial scales of exploitation among populations of demersal scalefish: implications for management. Part 2: Stock structure and biology of two indicator species, West …
R Lenanton, J St John, I Keay, C Wakefield, G Jackson, B Wise, ...
Department of Fisheries, Western Australia, 2009
Evaluating the performance of otolith morphometrics in deriving age compositions and mortality rates for assessment of data-poor tropical fisheries
AJ Williams, SJ Newman, CB Wakefield, M Bunel, T Halafihi, J Kaltavara, ...
ICES Journal of Marine Science 70, 1439-1450, 2015
Age-based demography and reproduction of hapuku, Polyprion oxygeneios, from the south coast of Western Australia: implications for management
CB Wakefield, SJ Newman, BW Molony
ICES Journal of Marine Science 67 (6), 1164-1174, 2010
Fish assemblages associated with natural and anthropogenically-modified habitats in a marine embayment: comparison of baited videos and opera-house traps
CB Wakefield, PD Lewis, TB Coutts, DV Fairclough, TJ Langlois
PloS one 8 (3), e59959, 2013
North Coast Demersal Fisheries Status Report. In: Status reports of the Fisheries and Aquatic Resources of Western Australia 2013/14: The State of the Fisheries eds. WJ …
SJ Newman, C Wakefield, C Skepper, D Boddington, N Blay, R Jones, ...
Department of Fisheries, Western Australia, pp192-209, 2014
Contrasting life history characteristics of the eightbar grouper Hyporthodus octofasciatus (Pisces: Epinephelidae) over a large latitudinal range reveals spawning …
CB Wakefield, SJ Newman, RJ Marriott, DK Boddington, DV Fairclough
ICES Journal of Marine Science 70 (3), 485-497, 2013
Catchability and selectivity of juvenile snapper (Pagrus auratus, Sparidae) and western butterfish (Pentapodus vitta, Nemipteridae) from prawn trawling in a large marine …
CB Wakefield, MJ Moran, NE Tapp, G Jackson
Fisheries Research 85 (1-2), 37-48, 2007
Assessment of the potential impacts of trap usage and ghost fishing on the Northern Demersal Scalefish Fishery
SJ Newman, CL Skepper, GEA Mitsopoulos, CB Wakefield, JJ Meeuwig, ...
Reviews in Fisheries Science 19 (2), 74-84, 2011
Exceptional longevity, slow growth and late maturation infer high inherent vulnerability to exploitation for bass groper Polyprion americanus (Teleostei: Polyprionidae)
CB Wakefield, SJ Newman, DK Boddington
Aquatic Biology 18 (2), 161-174, 2013
A comparison of the stock structures of two exploited demersal teleosts, employing complementary methods of otolith element analysis
DV Fairclough, JS Edmonds, G Jackson, RCJ Lenanton, J Kemp, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 439, 181-195, 2013
Phylogeny of deepwater snappers (Genus Etelis) reveals a cryptic species pair in the Indo-Pacific and Pleistocene invasion of the Atlantic
KR Andrews, AJ Williams, I Fernandez-Silva, SJ Newman, JM Copus, ...
Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 100, 361-371, 2016
Rapid and reliable multivariate discrimination for two cryptic Eteline snappers using otolith morphometry
CB Wakefield, AJ Williams, SJ Newman, M Bunel, CE Dowling, ...
Fisheries Research 151, 100-106, 2014
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