Curtis Champion
Curtis Champion
PhD candidate, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania
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Brief Communication: A new perspective on the Australian rip current hazard
R Brander, D Dominey-Howes, C Champion, OD Vecchio, B Brighton
Natural hazards and earth system sciences 13 (6), 1687-1690, 2013
Managing consequences of climate‐driven species redistribution requires integration of ecology, conservation and social science
TC Bonebrake, CJ Brown, JD Bell, JL Blanchard, A Chauvenet, ...
Biological Reviews 93 (1), 284-305, 2018
Zooplanktivory is a key process for fish production on a coastal artificial reef
C Champion, IM Suthers, JA Smith
Marine Ecology Progress Series 541, 1-14, 2015
A designed artificial reef is among the most productive marine fish habitats: new metrics to address ‘production versus attraction’
JA Smith, MB Lowry, C Champion, IM Suthers
Marine Biology 163 (9), 188, 2016
Changing windows of opportunity: past and future climate-driven shifts in temporal persistence of kingfish (Seriola lalandi) oceanographic habitat within south-eastern …
C Champion, AJ Hobday, X Zhang, GT Pecl, SR Tracey
Marine and Freshwater Research 70 (1), 33-42, 2019
Rapid shifts in distribution and high‐latitude persistence of oceanographic habitat revealed using citizen science data from a climate change hotspot
C Champion, AJ Hobday, SR Tracey, GT Pecl
Global change biology 24 (11), 5440-5453, 2018
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