Belinda G. Curley
Also publishes as (Belinda Curley, B.G. Curley)
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Curley, B.G., Glasby, T.M., Curley, A.J., Creese, R.G., and Kingsford, M.J. (2013) Enhanced numbers of two temperate reef fishes in a small, partial-take marine protected area related to spearfisher exclusion. Biological Conservation, 167. pp. 435-445.
Galaiduk, Ronen, Figueira, Will F., Kingsford, Michael J., and Curley, Belinda G. (2013) Factors driving the biogeographic distribution of two temperate Australian damselfishes and ramifications for range shifts. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 484. pp. 189-202.
Curley, Belinda G., and Gillings, Michael R. (2009) Population connectivity in the temperate damselfish Parma microlepis: analyses of genetic structure across multiple spatial scales. Marine Biology, 156 (3). pp. 381-393.
Curley, Belinda G. (2007) Estimating dispersal and population connectivity for temperate reef fishes at multiple spatial scales. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Curley, Belinda, and Gillings, Michael (2006) Isolation of microsatellites from Girella tricuspidata. Molecular Ecology Notes, 6 (2). pp. 428-430.
Curley, Belinda G., and Gillings, Michael R. (2004) Isolation of highly polymorphic microsatellite loci from the temperate damelfish Parma microlepis. Molecular Ecology Resources, 4 (4). pp. 551-553.
Curley, Belinda G., Kingsford, Michael J., and Gillanders, Bronwyn M. (2002) Spatial and habitat-related patterns of temperate reef fish assemblages: implications for the design of Marine Protected Areas. Marine and Freshwater Research, 53 (8). pp. 1197-1210.