Valeriya Komyakova
Valeriya Komyakova
Lecturer, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
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Relative importance of coral cover, habitat complexity and diversity in determining the structure of reef fish communities
V Komyakova, PL Munday, GP Jones
PloS one 8 (12), e83178, 2013
Identifying the consequences of ocean sprawl for sedimentary habitats
EC Heery, MJ Bishop, LP Critchley, AB Bugnot, L Airoldi, M Mayer-Pinto, ...
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 492, 31-48, 2017
The challenge of choosing environmental indicators of anthropogenic impacts in estuaries
KA Dafforn, SL Simpson, BP Kelaher, GF Clark, V Komyakova, ...
Environmental Pollution 163, 207-217, 2012
Strong effects of coral species on the diversity and structure of reef fish communities: A multi-scale analysis
V Komyakova, GP Jones, PL Munday
PloS one 13 (8), e0202206, 2018
Assessing the performance of artificial reefs as substitute habitat for temperate reef fishes: Implications for reef design and placement
V Komyakova, D Chamberlain, GP Jones, SE Swearer
Science of the total environment 668, 139-152, 2019
Contrasting patterns in habitat selection and recruitment of temperate reef fishes among natural and artificial reefs
V Komyakova, SE Swearer
Marine environmental research 143, 71-81, 2019
Detecting conservation benefits of marine reserves on remote reefs of the northern GBR
C Castro-Sanguino, YM Bozec, A Dempsey, BR Samaniego, K Lubarsky, ...
PloS one 12 (11), e0186146, 2017
Comparative analysis of habitat use and ontogenetic habitat-shifts among coral reef damselfishes
V Komyakova, P Monday, G Jones
Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2019
Quantitative molecular detection of larval Atlantic herring (Clupea harengus) in stomach contents of Atlantic mackerel (Scomber scombrus) marks regions of predation pressure
BJM Allan, JL Ray, M Tiedemann, V Komyakova, F VikebÝ, KS Skaar, ...
Scientific Reports 11 (1), 1-11, 2021
Habitat characteristics as determinants of the local diversity and structure of coral reef fish communities
V Komyakova
James Cook University, 2009
Do anthropogenic changes to marine ecosystems result in the formation of ecological traps?
V Komyakova
A multi-species assessment of artificial reefs as ecological traps
V Komyakova, D Chamberlain, SE Swearer
Ecological Engineering 171, 106394, 2021
Breakout Group 1: Ocean Biodiversity
V Komyakova, S Andreotti, EN Shitaatala, S Canac
Ocean Visions Summit 2021, 2021
Breakout theme 2: Green marine engineering: lessons from nature in the design of artificial infrastructure
V Komyakova, I Sella
Ocean Visions Summit 2021, 2021
Special Event: Ocean Solutions: What is Needed for Success in Tasmania?
K Evans, V Komyakova
Ocean Visions Summit 2021, 2021
Icebreaker Event for Early Career Ocean Professionals
EV Satterthwaite, D Lobelle, V Komyakova
Ocean Visions Summit 2021, 2021
Microplastics and the Australian Marine Environment: Issues and Options
V Komyakova, J Vince, M Haward
Primary microplastics in the marine environment: scale of the issue, sources, pathways and current policy
V Komyakova, J Vince, M Haward
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