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Luke T Barrett
Luke T Barrett
School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne
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Impacts of marine and freshwater aquaculture on wildlife: a global meta-analysis
LT Barrett, SE Swearer, T Dempster
Reviews in Aquaculture 11 (4), 1022-1044, 2019
502019
Prevention not cure: a review of methods to avoid sea lice infestations in salmon aquaculture
LT Barrett, F Oppedal, N Robinson, T Dempster
Reviews in Aquaculture 12 (4), 2527-2543, 2020
442020
Sea lice removal by cleaner fish in salmon aquaculture: a review of the evidence base
K Overton, LT Barrett, F Oppedal, TS Kristiansen, T Dempster
Aquaculture Environment Interactions, https://doi.org/10.3354/aei00345, 2020
412020
Macroalgal meadow habitats support fish and fisheries in diverse tropical seascapes
CJ Fulton, C Berkström, SK Wilson, RA Abesamis, M Bradley, C Åkerlund, ...
Fish and Fisheries 21 (4), 700-717, 2020
312020
Effect of cleaner fish on sea lice in Norwegian salmon aquaculture: a national scale data analysis
LT Barrett, K Overton, LH Stien, F Oppedal, T Dempster
International Journal for Parasitology, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.ijpara.2019.12, 2020
302020
Recapturing escaped fish from marine aquaculture is largely unsuccessful: alternatives to reduce the number of escapees in the wild
T Dempster, P Arechavala‐Lopez, LT Barrett, IA Fleming, ...
Reviews in Aquaculture 10 (1), 153-167, 2018
272018
Habitat value of bivalve shellfish and seaweed aquaculture for fish and invertebrates: Pathways, synthesis and next steps
SJ Theuerkauf, LT Barrett, HK Alleway, BA Costa‐Pierce, A St. Gelais, ...
Reviews in Aquaculture 14 (1), 54-72, 2022
172022
The effects of perceived mating opportunities on patterns of reproductive investment by male guppies
LT Barrett, JP Evans, C Gasparini
PLoS One 9 (4), 2014
172014
Tag use to monitor fish behaviour in aquaculture: a review of benefits, problems and solutions
G Macaulay, F Warren‐Myers, LT Barrett, F Oppedal, M Føre, T Dempster
Reviews in Aquaculture 13 (3), 1565-1582, 2021
132021
Where art thou louse? A snapshot of attachment location preferences in salmon lice on Atlantic salmon hosts in sea cages
S Bui, F Oppedal, V Nola, LT Barrett
Journal of fish diseases 43 (6), 697-706, 2020
82020
Sterilization of sea lice eggs with ultraviolet C light: towards a new preventative technique for aquaculture
LT Barrett, CG Pert, S Bui, F Oppedal, T Dempster
Pest Management Science, https://doi.org/10.1002/ps.5595, 2019
82019
An overview of ecological traps in marine ecosystems
SE Swearer, RL Morris, LT Barrett, M Sievers, T Dempster, R Hale
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 2021
72021
A nonnative habitat‐former mitigates native habitat loss for endemic reef fishes
LT Barrett, T Dempster, SE Swearer
Ecological Applications 29 (7), e01956, 2019
72019
Limited evidence for differential reproductive fitness of wild Atlantic cod in areas of high and low salmon farming density
LT Barrett, SE Swearer, T Harboe, Ø Karlsen, S Meier, T Dempster
Aquaculture Environment Interactions 10, DOI: https://doi.org/10.3354/aei00275, 2018
72018
Farmed salmonids drive the abundance, ecology and evolution of parasitic salmon lice in Norway
T Dempster, K Overton, S Bui, LH Stien, F Oppedal, Ø Karlsen, A Coates, ...
Aquaculture Environment Interactions, https://doi.org/10.3354/aei00402, 2021
62021
Salmon lice survive the straight shooter: a commercial scale sea cage trial of laser delousing
S Bui, L Geitung, F Oppedal, LT Barrett
Preventive Veterinary Medicine, 2020
52020
Ultraviolet-C light suppresses reproduction of sea lice but has adverse effects on host salmon
LT Barrett, S Bui, F Oppedal, T Bardal, RE Olsen, T Dempster
Aquaculture 520, 2020
42020
Evidence of a biomass hotspot for targeted fish species within Namena Marine Reserve, Fiji
LT Barrett, A de Lima, JS Goetze
Pacific Conservation Biology, PC18034, 2018
42018
Sustainable growth of non-fed aquaculture can generate valuable ecosystem benefits
LT Barrett, SJ Theuerkauf, JM Rose, HK Alleway, SB Bricker, M Parker, ...
Ecosystem Services 53, 101396, 2022
32022
Native predator limits the capacity of an invasive seastar to exploit a food-rich habitat
LT Barrett, SE Swearer, T Dempster
Marine Environmental Research 162, 105152, 2020
22020
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