Publications by: Amelia Wenger

Also publishes as (Amelia S. Wenger, A. Wenger)

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Hess, Sybille, Allan, Bridie J.M., Hoey, Andrew S., Jarrold, Michael D., Wenger, Amelia S., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2018) Enhanced fast-start performance and anti-predator behaviour in a coral reef fish in response to suspended sediment exposure. Coral Reefs. (In Press)

Petus, Caroline, Devlin, Michelle, da Silva, Eduardo Teixeira, Lewis, Stephen, Waterhouse, Jane, Wenger, Amelia, Bainbridge, Zoe, and Tracey, Dieter (2018) Defining wet season water quality target concentrations for ecosystem conservation using empirical light attenuation models: a case study in the Great Barrier Reef (Australia). Journal of Environmental Management, 213. pp. 1-16.

Bainbridge, Z., Lewis, S., Bartley, R., Fabricius, K., Collier, C., Waterhouse, J., Garzon-Garcia, A., Robson, B., Burton, J., Wenger, A., and Brodie, J. (2018) Fine sediment and particulate organic matter: a review and case study on ridge-to-reef transport, transformations, fates, and impacts on marine ecosystems. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 135. pp. 1205-1220.

Brown, Christopher J., Jupiter, Stacy D., Albert, Simon, Klein, Carissa J., Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Maina, Joseph M., Mumby, Peter, Olley, Jon, Stewart-Koster, Ben, Tulloch, Vivitskaia, and Wenger, Amelia (2017) Tracing the influence of land-use change on water quality and coral reefs using a Bayesian model. Scientific Reports, 7.

Hess, Sybille, Prescott, Leteisha J., Hoey, Andrew S., McMahon, Shannon A., Wenger, Amelia S., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2017) Species-specific impacts of suspended sediments on gill structure and function in coral reef fishes. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London Series B, Biological Sciences, 284 (1866).

Lohr, Cheryl A., Hone, Jim, Bode, Michael, Dickman, Christopher R., Wenger, Amelia, and Pressey, Robert L. (2017) Modeling dynamics of native and invasive species to guide prioritization of management actions. Ecosphere, 8 (5).

Jupiter, Stacy D., Wenger, Amelia, Klein, Carissa J., Albert, Simon, Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Nelson, Joanna, Teneva, Lida, Tulloch, Vivitskaia J., White, Alan T., and Watson, James E.M. (2017) Opportunities and constraints for implementing integrated land-sea management on islands. Environmental Conservation, 44 (3). pp. 254-266.

Lohr, Cheryl, Wenger, Amelia, Woodberry, Owen, Pressey, Robert L., and Morris, Keith (2017) Predicting island biosecurity risk from introduced fauna using Bayesian Belief Networks. Science of the Total Environment, 601-602. pp. 1173-1181.

Wenger, Amelia S., Whinney, James, Taylor, Brett, and Kroon, Frederieke (2016) The impact of individual and combined abiotic factors on daily otolith growth in a coral reef fish. Scientific Reports, 6. pp. 1-10.

Fredston-Hermann, Alexa, Brown, Christopher J., Albert, Simon, Klein, Carissa J., Mangubhai, Sangeeta, Nelson, Joanna L., Teneva, Lida, Wenger, Amelia, Gaines, Steven D., and Halpern, Benjamin S. (2016) Where does river runoff matter for coastal marine conservation? Frontiers in Marine Science, 3. pp. 1-10.

Hess, Sybille, Wenger, Amelia, Ainsworth, Tracy, and Rummer, Jodie (2015) Too turbid for nemo: suspended sediment impacts gills and favours pathogenic bacteria in clownfish larvae. In: [Presented at 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society]. From: AFS 2015: 145th Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society, 16-20 August 2015, Portland, OR, USA.

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