Publications by: William G. Macbeth

Also publishes as (W.G. Macbeth, W.G. MacBeth, William Macbeth)

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Geraghty, Pascal T., Macbeth, William G., Harry, Alastair V., Bell, Jacqueline E., Yerman, Michelle N., and Williamson, Jane E. (2014) Age and growth parameters for three heavily exploited shark species off temperate eastern Australia. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 71 (3). pp. 559-573.

Geraghty, Pascal T., Williamson, Jane E., Macbeth, William G., Wintner, Sabine P., Harry, Alastair V., Ovenden, Jennifer R., and Gillings, Michael R. (2013) Population expansion and genetic structure in Carcharhinus brevipinna in the southern Indo-Pacific. PLoS ONE, 8 (9). pp. 1-18.

Morgan, Jess A.T., Harry, Alastair V., Welch, David J., Street, Raewyn, White, Jimmy, Geraghty, Pascal T., Macbeth, William G., Tobin, Andrew, Simpfendorfer, Colin A., and Ovenden, Jennifer R. (2012) Detection of interspecies hybridisation in Chondrichthyes: hybrids and hybrid offspring between Australian (Carcharhinus tilstoni) and common (C. limbatus) blacktip shark found in an Australian fishery. Conservation Genetics, 13 (2). pp. 455-463.

Ovenden, Jennifer R., Morgan, Jess A.T., Street, Raewyn, Tobin, Andrew, Simpfendorfer, Colin, Macbeth, William, and Welch, David (2011) Negligible evidence for regional genetic population structure for two shark species Rhizoprionodon acutus (Rüppell, 1837) and Sphyrna lewini (Griffith & Smith, 1834) with contrasting biology. Marine Biology, 158 (7). pp. 1497-1509.

Harry, A.V., MacBeth, W.G., Gutteridge, A.N., and Simpfendorfer, C.A. (2011) The life histories of endangered hammerhead sharks (Carcharhiniformes, Sphyrnidae) from the east coast of Australia. Journal of Fish Biology, 78 (7). pp. 2026-2051.

Welch, D.J., Ovenden, J., Simpfendorfer, C., Tobin, A., Morgan, J.A.T., Street, R., White, J., Harry, A., Schroeder, R., and Macbeth, W.G. (2011) Stock structure of exploited shark species in north-eastern Australia. Report to the Fisheries Research & Development Corporation, Project 2007/035. Fishing & Fisheries Research Centre Technical Report No. 12. Report. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, James Cook University, Townsville, QLD, Australia.

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