Publications by: Blake L. Spady

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Spady, Blake L., and Watson, Sue-Ann (2020) Bigfin reef squid demonstrate capacity for conditional discrimination and projected future carbon dioxide levels have no effect on learning capabilities. PeerJ, 8. e9865.

Spady, Blake L., Munday, Philip L., and Watson, Sue-Ann (2020) Elevated seawater pCO(2) affects reproduction and embryonic development in the pygmy squid, Idiosepius pygmaeus. Marine Environmental Research, 153. 104812.

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.

Spady, Blake L. (2018) Effects of projected near-future carbon dioxide levels on cephalopod physiology and behaviour. PhD thesis, James Cook University.

Spady, Blake L., Munday, Philip L., and Watson, Sue-Ann (2018) Predatory strategies and behaviours in cephalopods are altered by elevated CO2. Global Change Biology, 24 (6). pp. 2585-2596.

Spady, Blake L., Watson, Sue-Ann, Chase, Tory J., and Munday, Philip L. (2014) Projected near-future CO2 levels increase activity and alter defensive behaviours in the tropical squid Idiosepius pygmaeus. Biology Open, 3 (11). pp. 1063-1070.

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