Matt Rees
Matt Rees
NSW Department of Primary Industries
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Abiotic surrogates for temperate rocky reef biodiversity: implications for marine protected areas
MJ Rees, A Jordan, OF Price, MA Coleman, AR Davis
Diversity and distributions 20 (3), 284-296, 2014
562014
Changes in fish assemblages following the establishment of a network of no-take marine reserves and partially-protected areas
BP Kelaher, MA Coleman, A Broad, MJ Rees, A Jordan, AR Davis
PloS one 9 (1), e85825, 2014
562014
Global status and conservation potential of reef sharks
MA MacNeil, DD Chapman, M Heupel, CA Simpfendorfer, M Heithaus, ...
Nature 583 (7818), 801-806, 2020
442020
Accounting for habitat structural complexity improves the assessment of performance in no-take marine reserves
MJ Rees, NA Knott, J Neilson, M Linklater, I Osterloh, A Jordan, AR Davis
Biological conservation 224, 100-110, 2018
282018
Rules of attraction: enticing pelagic fish to mid-water remote underwater video systems (RUVS)
MJ Rees, NA Knott, GV Fenech, AR Davis
Marine Ecology Progress Series 529, 213-218, 2015
172015
Protection from illegal fishing and shark recovery restructures mesopredatory fish communities on a coral reef
CW Speed, MJ Rees, K Cure, B Vaughan, MG Meekan
Ecology and evolution 9 (18), 10553-10566, 2019
152019
Marine Sampling Field Manual for Pelagic Stereo BRUVS (Baited Remote Underwater Videos)[Version 1].[SUPERSEDED by
P Bouchet, J Meeuwig, C Huveneers, T Langlois, T Letessier, M Lowry, ...
NESP Marine Biodiversity Hub, 2018
152018
Effects and effectiveness of lethal shark hazard management: The Shark Meshing (Bather Protection) Program, NSW, Australia
L Gibbs, L Fetterplace, M Rees, Q Hanich
People and Nature 2 (1), 189-203, 2020
112020
Temperate zone coastal seascapes: seascape patterning and adjacent seagrass habitat shape the distribution of rocky reef fish assemblages
DS Swadling, NA Knott, MJ Rees, AR Davis
Landscape Ecology 34 (10), 2337-2352, 2019
102019
Habitat and seascape patterns drive spatial variability in temperate fish assemblages: implications for marine protected areas
MJ Rees, NA Knott, AR Davis
Marine Ecology Progress Series 607, 171-186, 2018
102018
Does the abundance of girellids and kyphosids correlate with cover of the palatable green algae, Ulva spp.? A test on temperate rocky intertidal reefs
AM Ferguson, ES Harvey, MJ Rees, NA Knott
Journal of fish biology 86 (1), 375-384, 2015
92015
Seagrass canopies and the performance of acoustic telemetry: implications for the interpretation of fish movements
DS Swadling, NA Knott, MJ Rees, H Pederson, KR Adams, MD Taylor, ...
Animal Biotelemetry 8 (1), 1-12, 2020
72020
The BRUVs workshop–An Australia-wide synthesis of baited remote underwater video data to answer broad-scale ecological questions about fish, sharks and rays
ES Harvey, DL McLean, JS Goetze, BJ Saunders, TJ Langlois, J Monk, ...
Marine Policy 127, 104430, 2021
42021
A coherent, representative, and bioregional marine reserve network shows consistent change in rocky reef fish assemblages
NA Knott, J Williams, D Harasti, HA Malcolm, MA Coleman, BP Kelaher, ...
Ecosphere 12 (4), e03447, 2021
22021
Anchor and chain scour as disturbance agents in benthic environments: trends in the literature and charting a course to more sustainable boating and shipping
A Broad, MJ Rees, AR Davis
Marine Pollution Bulletin 161, 111683, 2020
22020
Finding rockpool fishes: a quantitative comparison of non-invasive and invasive methods for assessing abundance, species richness and assemblage structure
MYL Wong, P Gordon, KC Paijmans, MJ Rees
Environmental Biology of Fishes 102 (1), 81-94, 2019
12019
Incorporating seascape ecology into the design and assessment of marine protected areas
MJ Rees
12017
Habitat and humans predict the distribution of juvenile and adult snapper (Sparidae: Chrysophrys auratus) along Australia's most populated coastline
MJ Rees, NA Knott, ML Hing, M Hammond, J Williams, J Neilson, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 257, 107397, 2021
2021
Increased connectivity and depth improve the effectiveness of marine reserves
JS Goetze, S Wilson, B Radford, R Fisher, TJ Langlois, J Monk, NA Knott, ...
Global Change Biology, 2021
2021
Moray eels are more common on coral reefs subject to higher human pressure in the greater Caribbean
GM Clementi, J Bakker, KI Flowers, BD Postaire, EA Babcock, ME Bond, ...
Iscience 24 (3), 102097, 2021
2021
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