Tim Glasby
Tim Glasby
NSW Department of Primary Industries
Verified email at dpi.nsw.gov.au
TitleCited byYear
Nonindigenous biota on artificial structures: could habitat creation facilitate biological invasions?
TM Glasby, SD Connell, MG Holloway, CL Hewitt
Marine biology 151 (3), 887-895, 2007
Do urban structures influence local abundance and diversity of subtidal epibiota? A case study from Sydney Harbour, Australia
SD Connell, TM Glasby
Marine Environmental Research 47 (4), 373-387, 1999
Orientation and position of substrata have large effects on epibiotic assemblages
TM Glasby, SD Connell
Marine Ecology Progress Series 214, 127-135, 2001
Urban structures as marine habitats
T Glasby, S Connell
Analysing data from post‐impact studies using asymmetrical analyses of variance: A case study of epibiota on marinas
TM Glasby
Australian Journal of Ecology 22 (4), 448-459, 1997
Marine urbanization: an ecological framework for designing multifunctional artificial structures
KA Dafforn, TM Glasby, L Airoldi, NK Rivero, M Mayer-Pinto, EL Johnston
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 13 (2), 82-90, 2015
Sampling to differentiate between pulse and press perturbations
TM Glasby, AJ Underwood
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 42 (3), 241-252, 1996
Differences between subtidal epibiota on pier pilings and rocky reefs at marinas in Sydney, Australia
TM Glasby
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 48 (2), 281-290, 1999
Surface composition and orientation interact to affect subtidal epibiota
TM Glasby
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 248 (2), 177-190, 2000
Effects of shading on subtidal epibiotic assemblages
TM Glasby
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 234 (2), 275-290, 1999
Unravelling complexity in seagrass systems for management: Australia as a microcosm
K Kilminster, K McMahon, M Waycott, GA Kendrick, P Scanes, L McKenzie, ...
Science of the Total Environment 534, 97-109, 2015
Epibiota on vertical and on horizontal surfaces on natural reefs and on artificial structures
NA Knott, AJ Underwood, MG Chapman, TM Glasby
Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 84 (6 …, 2004
Shallow moving structures promote marine invader dominance
KA Dafforn, EL Johnston, TM Glasby
Biofouling 25 (3), 277-287, 2009
Interactive effects of shading and proximity to the seafloor on the development of subtidal epibiotic assemblages
TM Glasby
Marine Ecology Progress Series 190, 113-124, 1999
Links between estuarine condition and spatial distributions of marine invaders
KA Dafforn, TM Glasby, EL Johnston
Diversity and Distributions 15 (5), 807-821, 2009
Comparing the invasibility of experimental “reefs” with field observations of natural reefs and artificial structures
KA Dafforn, TM Glasby, EL Johnston
PLoS One 7 (5), e38124, 2012
Development of sessile marine assemblages on fixed versus moving substrata
TM Glasby
Marine Ecology Progress Series 215, 37-47, 2001
Differential effects of tributyltin and copper antifoulants on recruitment of non-indigenous species
KA Dafforn, TM Glasby, EL Johnston
Biofouling 24 (1), 23-33, 2008
Modelling coastal connectivity in a Western Boundary Current: Seasonal and inter-annual variability
M Roughan, HS Macdonald, ME Baird, TM Glasby
Deep Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography 58 (5), 628-644, 2011
Fish assemblages in habitats dominated by Caulerpa taxifolia and native seagrasses in south-eastern Australia
PH York, DJ Booth, TM Glasby, BC Pease
Marine Ecology Progress Series 312, 223-234, 2006
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