Hayley Cameron
TitleCited byYear
Allopatric speciation within a cryptic species complex of Australasian octopuses
MD Amor, MD Norman, HE Cameron, JM Strugnell
PLoS One 9 (6), e98982, 2014
322014
Why do larger mothers produce larger offspring? A test of classic theory
H Cameron, K Monro, M Malerba, S Munch, D Marshall
Ecology 97 (12), 3452-3459, 2016
102016
A global synthesis of offspring size variation, its eco‐evolutionary causes and consequences
DJ Marshall, AK Pettersen, H Cameron
Functional ecology 32 (6), 1436-1446, 2018
62018
Restoring rocky intertidal communities: Lessons from a benthic macroalgal ecosystem engineer
A Bellgrove, PF McKenzie, H Cameron, JB Pocklington
Marine Pollution Bulletin 117 (1-2), 17-27, 2017
62017
Should mothers provision their offspring equally? A manipulative field test
H Cameron, K Monro, DJ Marshall
Ecology letters 20 (8), 1025-1033, 2017
22017
Can competitive asymmetries maintain offspring size variation? A manipulative field test
H Cameron, DJ Marshall
Evolution 73 (8), 1663-1671, 2019
12019
Implications of future climate for rocky reefs
A Bellgrove, J McKenzie, H Cameron
Implications of future climate for Victoria’s marine environment, 1-40, 2013
12013
Size and density mediate transitions between competition and facilitation
H Cameron, T Coulson, DJ Marshall
Ecology letters, 2019
2019
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