Richard Piola
Richard Piola
UNSW, Cawthron Institute, DST, University of New South Wales, Defence Science and Technology Group
Verified email at dsto.defence.gov.au
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Pollution reduces native diversity and increases invader dominance in marine hard‐substrate communities
RF Piola, EL Johnston
Diversity and Distributions 14 (2), 329-342, 2008
2282008
The influence of antifouling practices on marine invasions
RF Piola, KA Dafforn, EL Johnston
Biofouling 25 (7), 633-644, 2009
1792009
The role of propagule pressure in invasion success
EL Johnston, RF Piola, GF Clark
Biological invasions in marine ecosystems, 133-151, 2009
1182009
Differential tolerance to metals among populations of the introduced bryozoan Bugula neritina
RF Piola, EL Johnston
Marine Biology 148 (5), 997-1010, 2006
992006
Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis of three types of oyster tissue in an impacted estuary
RF Piola, SK Moore, IM Suthers
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 66 (1-2), 255-266, 2006
982006
Comparing differential tolerance of native and non-indigenous marine species to metal pollution using novel assay techniques
RF Piola, EL Johnston
Environmental Pollution 157 (10), 2853-2864, 2009
772009
Differential resistance to extended copper exposure in four introduced bryozoans
RF Piola, EL Johnston
Marine Ecology Progress Series 311, 103-114, 2006
762006
The potential for translocation of marine species via small-scale disruptions to antifouling surfaces
RF Piola, EL Johnston
Biofouling 24 (3), 145-155, 2008
612008
Effect of vessel voyage speed on survival of biofouling organisms: implications for translocation of non-indigenous marine species
ADM Coutts, RF Piola, CL Hewitt, SD Connell, JPA Gardner
Biofouling 26 (1), 1-13, 2010
602010
The effect of vessel speed on the survivorship of biofouling organisms at different hull locations
ADM Coutts, RF Piola, MD Taylor, CL Hewitt, JPA Gardner
Biofouling 26 (5), 539-553, 2010
422010
Assessing the efficacy of spray-delivered ‘eco-friendly’chemicals for the control and eradication of marine fouling pests
RF Piola, RA Dunmore, BM Forrest
Biofouling 26 (2), 187-203, 2009
412009
Predation limits spread of Didemnum vexillum into natural habitats from refuges on anthropogenic structures
BM Forrest, LM Fletcher, J Atalah, RF Piola, GA Hopkins
PLoS One 8 (12), e82229, 2013
382013
Ontogeny of behaviour relevant to dispersal and connectivity in the larvae of two non-reef demersal, tropical fish species
JM Leis, RF Piola, AC Hay, C Wen, KP Kan
Marine and Freshwater Research 60 (3), 211-223, 2009
372009
Marine biosecurity: The importance of awareness, support and cooperation in managing a successful incursion response
RF Piola, JI McDonald
Marine pollution bulletin 64 (9), 1766-1773, 2012
282012
Modeling biofouling from boat and source characteristics: a comparative study between Canada and New Zealand
A Lacoursière-Roussel, BM Forrest, F Guichard, RF Piola, CW McKindsey
Biological invasions 14 (11), 2301-2314, 2012
262012
Factors affecting survivorship of defouled communities and the effect of fragmentation on establishment success
GA Hopkins, BM Forrest, RF Piola, JPA Gardner
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 396 (2), 233-243, 2011
262011
Carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis indicates freshwater shrimp Paratya australiensis Kemp, 1917 (Atyidae) assimilate cyanobacterial accumulations
RF Piola, IM Suthers, D Rissik
Hydrobiologia 608 (1), 121-132, 2008
262008
A review of marine growth protection system (MGPS) options for the Royal Australian Navy
C Grandison, R Piola, L Fletcher
DEFENSE SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY ORGANIZATION VICTORIA (AUSTRALIA) MARITIME …, 2011
182011
Marine biosecurity: management options and response tools
RF Piola, CM Denny, BM Forrest, MD Taylor
Invasive species management: A handbook of principles and techniques. Oxford …, 2009
162009
Thermal treatment as a method to control transfers of invasive biofouling species via vessel sea chests
RF Piola, GA Hopkins
Marine pollution bulletin 64 (8), 1620-1630, 2012
152012
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