Michael Sievers
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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
The oxygen threshold for maximal feed intake of Atlantic salmon post-smolts is highly temperature-dependent
M Remen, M Sievers, T Torgersen, F Oppedal
Aquaculture 464, 582-592, 2016
Do trout respond to riparian change? A meta‐analysis with implications for restoration and management
M Sievers, R Hale, JR Morrongiello
Freshwater biology 62 (3), 445-457, 2017
Monitoring biofouling communities could reduce impacts to mussel aquaculture by allowing synchronisation of husbandry techniques with peaks in settlement
M Sievers, T Dempster, I Fitridge, MJ Keough
Biofouling 30 (2), 203-212, 2014
Impacts of human‐induced environmental change in wetlands on aquatic animals
M Sievers, R Hale, KM Parris, SE Swearer
Biological Reviews 93 (1), 529-554, 2018
Behaviour in the toolbox to outsmart parasites and improve fish welfare in aquaculture
S Bui, F Oppedal, M Sievers, T Dempster
Reviews in Aquaculture 11 (1), 168-186, 2019
Stormwater wetlands can function as ecological traps for urban frogs
M Sievers, KM Parris, SE Swearer, R Hale
Ecological applications 28 (4), 1106-1115, 2018
Correcting common misconceptions to inspire conservation action in urban environments
K Soanes, M Sievers, YE Chee, NSG Williams, M Bhardwaj, AJ Marshall, ...
Conservation Biology 33 (2), 300-306, 2019
Contaminant mixtures interact to impair predator-avoidance behaviours and survival in a larval amphibian
M Sievers, R Hale, SE Swearer, KM Parris
Ecotoxicology and environmental safety 161, 482-488, 2018
The role of vegetated coastal wetlands for marine megafauna conservation
M Sievers, CJ Brown, VJD Tulloch, RM Pearson, JA Haig, MP Turschwell, ...
Trends in ecology & evolution, 2019
Frog occupancy of polluted wetlands in urban landscapes
M Sievers, R Hale, SE Swearer, KM Parris
Conservation Biology 33 (2), 389-402, 2019
To treat or not to treat: A quantitative review of the effect of biofouling and control methods in shellfish aquaculture to evaluate the necessity of removal
M Sievers, I Fitridge, S Bui, T Dempster
Biofouling 33 (9), 755-767, 2017
Using conservation behavior to manage ecological traps for a threatened freshwater fish
R Hale, R Coleman, M Sievers, TR Brown, SE Swearer
Ecosphere 9 (8), e02381, 2018
Biofouling in marine aquaculture: a review of recent research and developments
J Bannister, M Sievers, F Bush, N Bloecher
Biofouling 35 (6), 631-648, 2019
Balancing biodiversity outcomes and pollution management in urban stormwater treatment wetlands
R Hale, SE Swearer, M Sievers, R Coleman
Journal of environmental management 233, 302-307, 2019
Sand quarry wetlands provide high-quality habitat for native amphibians
M Sievers
Web Ecology 17 (1), 19-27, 2017
The effectiveness of hyposaline treatments against host-attached salmon lice
M Sievers, F Oppedal, E Ditria, DW Wright
Scientific reports 9 (1), 6976, 2019
Methods to prevent and treat biofouling in shellfish aquaculture
M Sievers, T Dempster, MJ Keough, I Fitridge
Aquaculture 505, 263-270, 2019
Growth and welfare of submerged Atlantic salmon under continuous lighting
M Sievers, Ø Korsøen, T Dempster, PG Fjelldal, T Kristiansen, O Folkedal, ...
Aquaculture Environment Interactions 10, 501-510, 2018
Ecosystem assessments for coastal wetlands
M Sievers, V Tulloch, A Rajkaran, RM Connolly
2019 CERF Biennial Conference, 2019
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