Gabrielle M. Miller
Also publishes as (Gabrielle May Miller, G.M. Miller)
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Miller, G.M., Kroon, F.J., Metcalfe, S., and Munday, P.L. (2015) Temperature is the evil twin: effects of increased temperature and ocean acidification on reproduction in a reef fish. Ecological Applications, 25 (3). pp. 603-620.
Miller, Gabrielle May (2014) Intergenerational effects of climate change on a coral reef fish, Amphiprion melanopus. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Allan, Bridie J.M., Miller, Gabrielle M., McCormick, Mark I., Domenici, Paolo, and Munday, Philip L. (2014) Parental effects improve escape performance of juvenile reef fish in a high-CO(2) world. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 281 (1777). pp. 1-7.
Miller, Gabrielle M., Watson, Sue-Ann, McCormick, Mark I., and Munday, Philip L. (2013) Increased CO₂ stimulates reproduction in a coral reef fish. Global Change Biology, 19 (10). pp. 3037-3045.
Watson, Sue-Ann, Southgate, Paul C., Miller, Gabrielle M., Moorhead, Jonathan A., and Knauer, Jens (2012) Ocean acidification and warming reduce juvenile survival of the fluted giant clam, Tridacna squamosa. Molluscan Research, 32 (3). pp. 177-180.
Nowicki, Jessica P., Miller, Gabrielle M., and Munday, Philip L. (2012) Interactive effects of elevated temperature and CO2 on foraging behavior of juvenile coral reef fish. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 412. pp. 46-51.
Miller, Gabrielle M., Watson, Sue-Ann, Donelson, Jennifer M., McCormick, Mark I., and Munday, Philip L. (2012) Parental environment mediates impacts of increased carbon dioxide on a coral reef fish. Nature Climate Change, 2. pp. 858-861.