John Ford
John Ford
Research Fellow, University of Melbourne
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Identifying the key biophysical drivers, connectivity outcomes, and metapopulation consequences of larval dispersal in the sea
EA Treml, JR Ford, KP Black, SE Swearer
Movement ecology 3 (1), 1-16, 2015
Fluctuations in natural populations of Collembola and Acarina
J Ford
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 98-111, 1937
The food of partridge chicks (Perdix perdix) in Great Britain
J Ford, H Chitty, AD Middleton
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 251-265, 1938
Australian shellfish ecosystems: Past distribution, current status and future direction
CL Gillies, IM McLeod, HK Alleway, P Cook, C Crawford, C Creighton, ...
PLoS One 13 (2), e0190914, 2018
The animal population of a meadow near Oxford
J Ford
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 195-207, 1935
Identifying critical estuarine seagrass habitat for settlement of coastally spawned fish
JR Ford, RJ Williams, AM Fowler, DR Cox, IM Suthers
Marine Ecology Progress Series 408, 181-193, 2010
Scaling-up marine restoration efforts in Australia
CL Gillies, JA Fitzsimons, S Branigan, L Hale, B Hancock, C Creighton, ...
Ecological Management and Restoration 16 (2), 84-85, 2015
Two's company, three's a crowd: Food and shelter limitation outweigh the benefits of group living in a shoaling fish
JR Ford, SE Swearer
Ecology 94 (5), 1069-1077, 2013
Fluctuations in natural populations of Collembola and acarina. Part 2
J Ford
The Journal of Animal Ecology, 350-369, 1938
Shoaling behaviour enhances risk of predation from multiple predator guilds in a marine fish
JR Ford, SE Swearer
Oecologia 172 (2), 387-397, 2013
The forgotten shellfish reefs of coastal Victoria: documenting the loss of a marine ecosystem over 200 years since European settlement
JR Ford, P Hamer
Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 128 (1), 87-105, 2016
Research on populations of Tribolium confusum and its bearing on ecological theory: a summary
J Ford
Journal of Animal Ecology 6 (1), 1-14, 1937
Environmental drivers of growth and predicted effects of climate change on a commercially important fish, Platycephalus laevigatus
J Barrow, J Ford, R Day, J Morrongiello
Marine Ecology Progress Series 598, 201-212, 2018
Interactive effects of shelter and conspecific density shape mortality, growth, and condition in juvenile reef fish
JR Ford, JS Shima, SE Swearer
Ecology, 2016
Ecological determinants of recruitment to populations of a temperate reef fish, Trachinops caudimaculatus (Plesiopidae)
TL Hunt, JR Ford, SE Swearer
Marine and freshwater research 62 (5), 502-509, 2011
A preliminary investigation on the ecology of the common mole (Talpa europea)
J Ford
Journal of Animal Ecology 4 (1), 88-89, 1935
The Reef Ecosystem Evaluation Framework: Managing for Resilience in Temperate Environments
CR Johnson, SE Swearer, SD Ling, S Reeves, N Kriegisch, EA Treml, ...
Shellfish reef habitats: a synopsis to underpin the repair and conservation of Australia’s environmental, social and economically important bays and estuaries
H Alleway, P Cook, C Crawford, C Creighton, B Diggles, J Ford, C Gillies, ...
The state of recreational fishing in Victoria: a review of ecological sustainability and management options
J Ford, P Gilmour
Victorian National Parks Association, 2013
Irrigation System Modernisation and the Demand for Agricultural Inputs: A Report for Regional Development Victoria and the Water Technology Cluster
G Kaine, J Ford, H Murdoch
Department of Primary Industries, 2010
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