Publications by: William D. Robbins

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Momigliano, Paolo, Harcourt, Robert, Robbins, William D., and Stow, Adam (2015) Connectivity in grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) determined using empirical and simulated genetic data. Scientific Reports, 5.

Brandl, Simon J., Robbins, William D., and Bellwood, David R. (2015) Exploring the nature of ecological specialization in a coral reef fish community: morphology, diet and foraging microhabitat use. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 282 (1815). pp. 1-10.

Whitney, Nicholas M., Robbins, William D., Schultz, Jennifer K., Bowen, Brian W., and Holland, Kim N. (2012) Oceanic dispersal in a sedentary reef shark (Triaenodon obesus): genetic evidence for extensive connectivity without a pelagic larval stage. Journal of Biogeography, 39 (6). pp. 1144-1156.

Hisano, Mizue, Connolly, Sean R., and Robbins, William D. (2011) Population growth rates of reef sharks with and without fishing on the Great Barrier Reef: robust estimation with multiple models. PLoS ONE, 6 (9). pp. 1-10.

Hernaman, V., Probert, P.K., and Robbins, W.D. (2009) Trophic ecology of coral reef gobies: interspecific, ontogenetic, and seasonal comparison of diet and feeding intensity. Marine Biology, 156 (3). pp. 317-330.

Hobbs, J.P., Choat, J.H., Robbins, W.D., Van Herwerden, Lynne, Feary, D.A., and Ayling, Anthony (2008) Unique fish assemblages at world's southernmost oceanic coral reefs, Elizabeth and Middleton Reefs, Tasman Sea, Australia. Coral Reefs, 27 (1). p. 15.

Robbins, William D., Hisano, Mizue, Connolly, Sean R., and Choat, J. Howard (2006) Ongoing collapse of coral-reef shark populations. Current Biology, 16 (23). pp. 2314-2319.

Robbins, William D. (2006) Evaluation of two underwater biopsy probes for in situ collection of shark tissue samples. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 310. pp. 213-217.

Robbins, William D. (2006) Abundance, demography and population structure of the grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) and the white tip reef shark (Triaenodon obesus) (Fam. Charcharhinidae). PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Choat, J.H., Clements, K.D., and Robbins, W.D. (2002) The trophic status of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs. Marine Biology, 140 (3). pp. 613-623.

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