Paul R. Armsworth
Also publishes as (Paul Armsworth)
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Thomas, Chris D., Anderson, Barbara, Moilanen, Atte, Eigenbrod, Felix, Heinemeyer, Andreas, Quaife, Tristan, Roy, David B., Gillings, Simon, Armsworth, Paul R., and Gaston, Kevin J. (2013) Reconciling biodiversity and carbon conservation. Ecology Letters, 16 (S1). pp. 39-47.
Bode, Michael, Armsworth, Paul R., Fox, Helen E., and Bode, Lance (2012) Surrogates for reef fish connectivity when designing marine protected area networks. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 466. pp. 155-166.
Bode, Michael, Bode, Lance, and Armsworth, Paul R. (2011) Different dispersal abilities allow reef fish to coexist. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 108 (39). pp. 16317-16321.
Bode, Michael, Bode, Lance, and Armsworth, Paul R. (2006) Larval dispersal reveals regional sources and sinks in the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 308. pp. 17-25.
Hartmann, Klaas, Bode, Lance, and Armsworth, Paul (2006) The economic optimality of learning from marine protected areas. ANZIAM Journal, 48. C307-C329.
James, Maurice K., Armsworth, Paul R., Mason, Luciano B., and Bode, Lance (2002) The structure of reef fish metapopulations: modelling larval dispersal and retention patterns. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 269. pp. 2079-2086.
Armsworth, Paul R. (2002) Recruitment limitation, population regulation, and larval connectivity in reef fish metapopulations. Ecology, 83 (4). pp. 1092-1104.
Armsworth, Paul R. (2001) Directed motion in the sea: efficient swimming by reef fish larvae. Journal of Theoretical Biology, 210 (1). pp. 81-91.
Armsworth, Paul R., James, Maurice K., and Bode, Lance (2001) When to press on or turn back: dispersal strategies for reef fish larvae. American Naturalist, 157 (4). pp. 434-450.
Armsworth, Paul R. (2001) Effects of fishing on a protogynous hermaphrodite. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 58 (3). pp. 568-578.
Armsworth, Paul R. (2000) Modelling the swimming response of late stage larval reef fish to different stimuli. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 195. pp. 231-347.