Robin Hale
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Ecological traps: current evidence and future directions
R Hale, SE Swearer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1824), 20152647, 2016
812016
Evaluating the metapopulation consequences of ecological traps
R Hale, EA Treml, SE Swearer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142930, 2015
502015
How is ecosystem health defined and measured? A critical review of freshwater and estuarine studies
A O’Brien, K Townsend, R Hale, D Sharley, V Pettigrove
Ecological Indicators 69, 722-729, 2016
432016
Identifying, preventing and mitigating ecological traps to improve the management of urban aquatic ecosystems
R Hale, R Coleman, V Pettigrove, SE Swearer
Journal of Applied Ecology 52 (4), 928-939, 2015
372015
Otolith microstructural and microchemical changes associated with settlement in the diadromous fish Galaxias maculatus
R Hale, SE Swearer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 354, 229-234, 2008
372008
Scales that matter: guiding effective monitoring of soil properties in restored riparian zones
R Hale, P Reich, T Daniel, PS Lake, TR Cavagnaro
Geoderma 228, 173-181, 2014
272014
Large-scale variation in life history traits of the widespread diadromous fish, Galaxias maculatus, reflects geographic differences in local environmental conditions
NC Barbee, R Hale, J Morrongiello, A Hicks, D Semmens, BJ Downes, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (7), 790-800, 2011
242011
When good animals love bad restored habitats: how maladaptive habitat selection can constrain restoration
R Hale, SE Swearer
Journal of applied ecology 54 (5), 1478-1486, 2017
232017
Separating natural responses from experimental artefacts: habitat selection by a diadromous fish species using odours from conspecifics and natural stream water
R Hale, SE Swearer, BJ Downes
Oecologia 159 (3), 679-687, 2009
212009
Habitat selection as a source of inter‐specific differences in recruitment of two diadromous fish species
R Hale, BJ Downes, SE Swearer
Freshwater Biology 53 (11), 2145-2157, 2008
212008
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
202017
Separating the effects of water physicochemistry and sediment contamination on Chironomus tepperi (Skuse) survival, growth and development: A boosted regression tree approach
R Hale, S Marshall, K Jeppe, V Pettigrove
Aquatic toxicology 152, 66-73, 2014
202014
Dispersal and recruitment of fish in an intermittent stream network
T Dexter, N Bond, R Hale, P Reich
Austral Ecology 39 (2), 225-235, 2014
192014
Evolutionary traps and range shifts in a rapidly changing world
R Hale, JR Morrongiello, SE Swearer
Biology letters 12 (6), 20160003, 2016
182016
Plastic and unpredictable responses of stream invertebrates to leaf pack patches across sandy-bottomed streams
BJ Downes, J Lancaster, R Hale, A Glaister, WD Bovill
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (4), 394-403, 2011
162011
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
142018
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
122018
Describing and understanding behavioral responses to multiple stressors and multiple stimuli
R Hale, JJ Piggott, SE Swearer
Ecology and evolution 7 (1), 38-47, 2017
122017
Bird responses to riparian management of degraded lowland streams in southeastern Australia
R Hale, P Reich, M Johnson, BD Hansen, PS Lake, JR Thomson, ...
Restoration Ecology 23, 104-112, 2015
92015
Developing a vision for improved monitoring and reporting of riparian restoration projects: MDBA Riparian Restoration Experiment Workshop, Melbourne, 16 November 2010
L Williams, R Hale, T Cavagnaro, P Reich, PS Lake
Ecological Management & Restoration 12 (1), e11-e16, 2011
92011
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