Craig Radford
Craig Radford
Associate Professor of Marine Science, Leigh Marine Laboratory, University of Auckland, New Zealand
Verified email at auckland.ac.nz
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Localised coastal habitats have distinct underwater sound signatures
CA Radford, JA Stanley, CT Tindle, JC Montgomery, AG Jeffs
Marine Ecology Progress Series 401, 21-29, 2010
1832010
Temporal patterns in ambient noise of biological origin from a shallow water temperate reef
CA Radford, AG Jeffs, CT Tindle, JC Montgomery
Oecologia 156 (4), 921-929, 2008
1742008
Juvenile coral reef fish use sound to locate habitats
CA Radford, JA Stanley, SD Simpson, AG Jeffs
Coral Reefs 30 (2), 295-305, 2011
1272011
Ecoacoustic indices as proxies for biodiversity on temperate reefs
SA Harris, NT Shears, CA Radford
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (6), 713-724, 2016
1232016
Resonating sea urchin skeletons create coastal choruses
C Radford, A Jeffs, C Tindle, JC Montgomery
Marine Ecology Progress Series 362, 37-43, 2008
1182008
Induction of settlement in crab megalopae by ambient underwater reef sound
JA Stanley, CA Radford, AG Jeffs
Behavioral Ecology 21 (1), 113-120, 2010
912010
Directional swimming behavior by five species of crab postlarvae in response to reef sound
CA Radford, AG Jeffs, JC Montgomery
Bulletin of Marine Science 80 (2), 369-378, 2007
862007
Location, location, location: finding a suitable home among the noise
JA Stanley, CA Radford, AG Jeffs
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 279 (1742), 3622-3631, 2012
832012
Pressure and particle motion detection thresholds in fish: a re-examination of salient auditory cues in teleosts
CA Radford, JC Montgomery, P Caiger, DM Higgs
Journal of Experimental Biology 215 (19), 3429-3435, 2012
822012
Soundscapes and living communities in coral reefs: temporal and spatial variation
SL Nedelec, SD Simpson, M Holderied, AN Radford, G Lecellier, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 524, 125-135, 2015
682015
Snapper (Chrysophrys auratus): a review of life history and key vulnerabilities in New Zealand
DM Parsons, CJ Sim-Smith, M Cryer, MP Francis, B Hartill, EG Jones, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 48 (2), 256-283, 2014
642014
Vessel noise cuts down communication space for vocalizing fish and marine mammals
RL Putland, ND Merchant, A Farcas, CA Radford
Global change biology 24 (4), 1708-1721, 2018
612018
The contribution of the lateral line to ‘hearing’in fish
DM Higgs, CA Radford
Journal of Experimental Biology 216 (8), 1484-1490, 2013
612013
Adjacent coral reef habitats produce different underwater sound signatures
CA Radford, JA Stanley, AG Jeffs
Marine Ecology Progress Series 505, 19-28, 2014
562014
Behavioural response thresholds in New Zealand crab megalopae to ambient underwater sound
JA Stanley, CA Radford, AG Jeffs
PloS one 6 (12), e28572, 2011
562011
Modelling a reef as an extended sound source increases the predicted range at which reef noise may be heard by fish larvae
CA Radford, CT Tindle, JC Montgomery, AG Jeffs
Marine Ecology Progress Series 438, 167-174, 2011
532011
Bubbled waters: The noise generated by underwater breathing apparatus
CA Radford, AG Jeffs, CT Tindle, RG Cole, JC Montgomery
Marine and freshwater behaviour and physiology 38 (4), 259-267, 2005
512005
Turbine sound may influence the metamorphosis behaviour of estuarine crab megalopae
MK Pine, AG Jeffs, CA Radford
PLoS One 7 (12), e51790, 2012
502012
Does breathing apparatus affect fish counts and observations? A comparison at three New Zealand fished and protected areas
RG Cole, C Syms, NK Davey, N Gust, P Notman, R Stewart, CA Radford, ...
Marine Biology 150 (6), 1379-1395, 2007
482007
The potential for vessel noise to mask biologically important sounds within ecologically significant embayments
MK Pine, AG Jeffs, D Wang, CA Radford
Ocean & Coastal Management 127, 63-73, 2016
422016
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