Dr Tom Davis
Dr Tom Davis
New South Wales Department of Primary Industries
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Assessing national biodiversity trends for rocky and coral reefs through the integration of citizen science and scientific monitoring programs
RD Stuart-Smith, GJ Edgar, NS Barrett, AE Bates, SC Baker, NJ Bax, ...
Bioscience 67 (2), 134-146, 2017
412017
Southern range extensions for twelve heterobranch sea slugs (Gastropoda: Heterobranchia) on the eastern coast of Australia
MJ Nimbs, M Larkin, TR Davis, D Harasti, RC Willan, SDA Smith
Marine Biodiversity Records 9 (1), 27, 2016
352016
Distribution and spatial modelling of a soft coral habitat in the Port Stephens–Great Lakes Marine Park: implications for management
DE Poulos, C Gallen, T Davis, DJ Booth, D Harasti
Marine and Freshwater Research 67 (2), 256-265, 2016
232016
Developing a habitat classification typology for subtidal habitats in a temperate estuary in New South Wales, Australia
TR Davis, D Harasti, SDA Smith
Marine and Freshwater Research 67 (8), 1186-1195, 2016
182016
Southernmost records of the host sea anemone, Stichodactyla haddoni, and associated commensal shrimps in a climate change hotspot
A Scott, D Harasti, T Davis, SDA Smith
Marine Biodiversity 45 (2), 145, 2015
182015
Compensating for length biases in underwater visual census of fishes using stereo video measurements
T Davis, D Harasti, SDA Smith
Marine and Freshwater Research 66 (3), 286-291, 2015
172015
Diversity surrogates for estuarine fish assemblages in a temperate estuary in New South Wales, Australia
TR Davis, D Harasti, B Kelaher, SDA Smith
Regional Studies in Marine Science 7, 55-62, 2016
162016
Proximity effects of natural and artificial reef walls on fish assemblages
TR Davis, SDA Smith
Regional Studies in Marine Science 9, 17-23, 2017
152017
Using modelling to predict impacts of sea level rise and increased turbidity on seagrass distributions in estuarine embayments
TR Davis, D Harasti, SDA Smith, BP Kelaher
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 181, 294-301, 2016
102016
Illegal recreational fishing causes a decline in a fishery targeted species (Snapper: Chrysophrys auratus) within a remote no-take marine protected area
D Harasti, TR Davis, A Jordan, L Erskine, N Moltschaniwskyj
PloS one 14 (1), e0209926, 2019
92019
A tale of two islands: decadal changes in rocky reef fish assemblages following implementation of no-take marine protected areas in New South Wales, Australia
D Harasti, TR Davis, E Mitchell, S Lindfield, SDA Smith
Regional Studies in Marine Science 18, 229-236, 2018
92018
Spatial and temporal variation in subtidal molluscan diversity amongst temperate estuarine habitats
TR Davis, D Harasti, B Kelaher, SDA Smith
Marine Ecology 38 (3), e12428, 2017
92017
Extension of Dendronephthya australis soft corals in tidal current flows
TR Davis, D Harasti, SDA Smith
Marine biology 162 (10), 2155-2159, 2015
92015
Mapping sub-tidal habitats in the Eastern Port of Port Stephens
TR Davis, C Gallen, R Laird, D Harasti
NSW Department of Primary Industries: Nelson Bay, NSW, Australia, 2015
82015
Defining conservation targets for fish and molluscs in the Port Stephens estuary, Australia using species-area relationships
TR Davis, D Harasti, B Kelaher, SDA Smith
Ocean & Coastal Management 136, 156-164, 2017
72017
Diel and seasonal variation in heterobranch sea slug assemblages within an embayment in temperate eastern Australia
MF Larkin, SDA Smith, RC Willan, TR Davis
Marine Biodiversity 48 (3), 1541-1550, 2018
52018
Application of non-destructive methods for assessing rock pool fish assemblages on Lord Howe Island, Australia
TR Davis, MF Larkin, D Harasti
Regional Studies in Marine Science 24, 251-259, 2018
22018
Responses of Dendronephthya australis to predation by Dermatobranchus sp. nudibranchs
TR Davis, D Harasti, SDA Smith
Marine and Freshwater Research 69 (1), 186-190, 2018
22018
First records of three fishes, and southern records of a further four fishes, from New South Wales, Australia
TR Davis
Checklist 12 (6), 2016
22016
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