James A Smith
James A Smith
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To fit or not to fit: evaluating stable isotope mixing models using simulated mixing polygons
JA Smith, D Mazumder, IM Suthers, MD Taylor
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (7), 612-618, 2013
Temperature dependence of fish performance in the wild: links with species biogeography and physiological thermal tolerance
NL Payne, JA Smith, DE Meulen, MD Taylor, YY Watanabe, A Takahashi, ...
Functional Ecology 30, 903-912, 2016
Assessment tools for microplastics and natural fibres ingested by fish in an urbanised estuary
JE Halstead, JA Smith, EA Carter, PA Lay, EL Johnston
Environmental Pollution 234, 552-561, 2018
An alternative explanation for global trends in thermal tolerance
NL Payne, JA Smith
Ecology Letters 20 (1), 70-77, 2017
Combining abundance and performance data reveals how temperature regulates coastal occurrences and activity of a roaming apex predator
NL Payne, CG Meyer, JA Smith, JDR Houghton, A Barnett, BJ Holmes, ...
Global Change Biology, 2018
A designed artificial reef is among the most productive marine fish habitats: new metrics to address ‘production versus attraction’
JA Smith, MB Lowry, C Champion, IM Suthers
Marine Biology 163 (9), 1-8, 2016
Modelling the oceanic habitats of two pelagic species using recreational fisheries data
S Brodie, AJ Hobday, JA Smith, JD Everett, MD Taylor, CA Gray, ...
Fisheries Oceanography 24 (5), 463-477, 2015
The influence of an offshore artificial reef on the abundance of fish in the surrounding pelagic environment
M Scott, JA Smith, M Lowry, M Taylor, I Suthers
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (5), 429-437, 2015
Thermal limitation of performance and biogeography in a free-ranging ectotherm: insights from accelerometry
R Gannon, MD Taylor, IM Suthers, CA Gray, DE van der Meulen, JA Smith, ...
Journal of Experimental Biology 217 (17), 3033-3037, 2014
Zooplanktivory is a key process for fish production on a coastal artificial reef
C Champion, IM Suthers, JA Smith
Marine Ecology Progress Series 541, 1-14, 2015
Modeling what we sample and sampling what we model: challenges for zooplankton model assessment
JD Everett, ME Baird, P Buchanan, C Bulman, C Davies, R Downie, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 4, 77, 2017
Plankton supports the majority of fish biomass on temperate rocky reefs
L Truong, IM Suthers, DO Cruz, JA Smith
Marine Biology 164 (4), 1-12, 2017
Fish attraction to artificial reefs not always harmful: a simulation study
JA Smith, MB Lowry, IM Suthers
Ecology and Evolution 5 (20), 4590–4602, 2015
Population drivers of a Thalia democratica swarm: insights from population modelling
N Henschke, JA Smith, JD Everett, IM Suthers
Journal of Plankton Research 37 (5), 1074-1087, 2015
Effects of habitat on fish abundance and species composition on temperate rocky reefs
DF Parsons, IM Suthers, DO Cruz, JA Smith
Marine Ecology Progress Series 561, 155-171, 2016
A rapid approach to evaluate putative nursery sites for penaeid prawns
MD Taylor, JA Smith, CA Boys, H Whitney
Journal of Sea Research 114, 26-31, 2016
Generalist niche, specialist strategy: the diet of an Australian percichthyid
JA Smith, LJ Baumgartner, IM Suthers, MD Taylor
Journal of Fish Biology 78 (4), 1183-1199, 2011
An ecological halo surrounding a large offshore artificial reef: Sediments, infauna, and fish foraging
KA Reeds, JA Smith, IM Suthers, EL Johnston
Marine Environmental Research, 2018
Zooplankton trophic niches respond to different water types of the western Tasman Sea: A stable isotope analysis
N Henschke, JD Everett, IM Suthers, JA Smith, BPV Hunt, MA Doblin, ...
Deep Sea Research Part 1 104, 1-8, 2015
Modelling the distribution of fish around an artificial reef
JA Smith, WK Cornwell, MB Lowry, IM Suthers
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (10), 1955-1964, 2017
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