David Crook
David Crook
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TitleCited byYear
Relationships between riverine fish and woody debris: implications for lowland rivers
DA Crook, AI Robertson
Marine and Freshwater Research 50 (8), 941-953, 1999
2451999
Is the home range concept compatible with the movements of two species of lowland river fish?
DA Crook
Journal of Animal Ecology 73 (2), 353-366, 2004
1362004
Climate change and its implications for Australia’s freshwater fish
JR Morrongiello, SJ Beatty, JC Bennett, DA Crook, DNEN Ikedife, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (9), 1082-1098, 2011
1332011
The influence of spatial scale and habitat arrangement on diel patterns of habitat use by two lowland river fishes
DA Crook, AI Robertson, AJ King, P Humphries
Oecologia 129 (4), 525-533, 2001
1122001
Use of otolith chemistry to examine patterns of diadromy in the threatened Australian grayling Prototroctes maraena
DA Crook, JI Macdonald, JP O’Connor, B Barry
Journal of Fish Biology 69 (5), 1330-1344, 2006
852006
Human effects on ecological connectivity in aquatic ecosystems: integrating scientific approaches to support management and mitigation
DA Crook, WH Lowe, FW Allendorf, T Erős, DS Finn, BM Gillanders, ...
Science of the Total Environment 534, 52-64, 2015
842015
Enriched stable isotope marking of juvenile golden perch (Macquaria ambigua) otoliths
AR Munro, BM Gillanders, TS Elsdon, DA Crook, AC Sanger
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 65 (2), 276-285, 2008
752008
Variability in Sr: Ca and Ba: Ca ratios in water and fish otoliths across an estuarine salinity gradient
JI Macdonald, DA Crook
Marine Ecology Progress Series 413, 147-161, 2010
682010
Spatial variation in egg size and egg number reflects trade‐offs and bet‐hedging in a freshwater fish
JR Morrongiello, NR Bond, DA Crook, BBM Wong
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (4), 806-817, 2012
672012
Use of otolith chemical signatures to estimate carp recruitment sources in the mid‐Murray River, Australia
DA Crook, BM Gillanders
River Research and Applications 22 (8), 871-879, 2006
662006
A moving target—incorporating knowledge of the spatial ecology of fish into the assessment and management of freshwater fish populations
SJ Cooke, EG Martins, DP Struthers, LFG Gutowsky, M Power, SE Doka, ...
Environmental Monitoring and Assessment 188 (4), 239, 2016
632016
Impacts of drought and predicted effects of climate change on fish growth in temperate Australian lakes
JR Morrongiello, DA Crook, AJ King, DSL Ramsey, P Brown
Global Change Biology 17 (2), 745-755, 2011
602011
Diurnal and nocturnal movements of river blackfish (Gadopsis marmoratus) in a south‐eastern Australian upland stream
WM Koster, DA Crook
Ecology of freshwater fish 17 (1), 146-154, 2008
562008
Development and evaluation of methods for osmotic induction marking of golden perch Macquaria ambigua with calcein and alizarin red S
DA Crook, DJ O'Mahony, AC Sanger, AR Munro, BM Gillanders, ...
North American Journal of Fisheries Management 29 (2), 279-287, 2009
552009
Using biological information to support proactive strategies for managing freshwater fish during drought
DA Crook, P Reich, NR Bond, D McMaster, JD Koehn, PS Lake
Marine and Freshwater Research 61 (3), 379-387, 2010
522010
Evaluation of a sweep net electrofishing method for the collection of small fish and shrimp in lotic freshwater environments
AJ King, DA Crook
Hydrobiologia 472 (1-3), 223-233, 2002
512002
Transgenerational marking of freshwater fishes with enriched stable isotopes: a tool for fisheries management and research
AR Munro, BM Gillanders, S Thurstan, DA Crook, AC Sanger
Journal of Fish Biology 75 (3), 668-684, 2009
502009
Movements associated with home-range establishment by two species of lowland river fish
DA Crook
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 61 (11), 2183-2193, 2004
482004
Downstream spawning migration by the amphidromous Australian grayling (Prototroctes maraena) in a coastal river in south-eastern Australia
WM Koster, DR Dawson, DA Crook
Marine and Freshwater Research 64 (1), 31-41, 2013
472013
Contemporary and historical patterns of connectivity among populations of an inland river fish species inferred from genetics and otolith chemistry
RJ Woods, JI Macdonald, DA Crook, DJ Schmidt, JM Hughes
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67 (7), 1098-1115, 2010
452010
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