Publications by: Tiffany J. Nay

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Gervais, Connor R., Nay, Tiffany, and Brown, Culum (2021) Friend or foe? Development of odour detection, differentiation and antipredator response in an embryonic elasmobranch. Marine and Freshwater Research, 72 (7). pp. 942-949.

Nay, Tiffany J., Longbottom, Rohan, Gervais, Connor R., Johansen, Jacob L., Steffensen, John F., Rummer, Jodie L., and Hoey, Andrew S. (2021) Regulate or tolerate: thermal strategy of a coral reef flat resident, the epaulette shark, Hemiscyllium ocellatum. Journal of Fish Biology, 98 (3). pp. 723-732.

Nay, Tiffany J., Johansen, Jacob L., Rummer, Jodie L., Steffensen, John F., and Hoey, Andrew S. (2021) Species interactions alter the selection of thermal environment in a coral reef fish. Oecologia, 196 (2). pp. 363-371.

Nay, Tiffany J., Johansen, Jacob L., Rummer, Jodie L., Steffensen, John F., Pratchett, Morgan S., and Hoey, Andrew S. (2020) Habitat complexity influences selection of thermal environment in a common coral reef fish. Conservation Physiology, 8 (1). coaa070.

Spady, Blake L., Nay, Tiffany J., Rummer, Jodie L., Munday, Philip L., and Watson, Sue-Ann (2019) Aerobic performance of two tropical cephalopod species unaltered by prolonged exposure to projected future carbon dioxide levels. Conservation Physiology, 7 (1). coz024.

Nay, Tiffany (2019) Temperature preferences of tropical fishes and the influence of local abiotic and biotic factors. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Gervais, Connor R., Nay, Tiffany J., Renshaw, Gillian, Johansen, Jacob L., Steffensen, John F., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2018) Too hot to handle? Using movement to alleviate effects of elevated temperatures in a benthic elasmobranch, Hemiscyllium ocellatum. Marine Biology, 165 (11). 162.

Nay, Tiffany J., Gervais, Connor R., Hoey, Andrew S., Johansen, Jacob L., Steffensen, John F., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2018) The emergence emergency: a mudskipper's response to temperatures. Journal of Thermal Biology, 78. pp. 65-72.

Habary, Adam, Johansen, Jacob L., Nay, Tiffany J., Steffensen, John F., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2017) Adapt, move, or die: how will tropical coral reef fishes cope with ocean warming? Global Change Biology, 23 (2). pp. 566-577.

Nay, Tiffany J., Johansen, Jacob L., Habary, Adam, Steffensen, John F., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2015) Behavioural thermoregulation in a temperature-sensitive coral reef fish, the five-lined cardinalfish (Cheilodipterus quinquelineatus). Coral Reefs, 34 (4). pp. 1261-1265.

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