Jasmin Martino
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Using otolith chronologies to understand long‐term trends and extrinsic drivers of growth in fisheries
JC Martino, AJ Fowler, ZA Doubleday, GL Grammer, BM Gillanders
Ecosphere 10 (1), e02553, 2019
282019
Metabolic effects on carbon isotope biomarkers in fish
JC Martino, ZA Doubleday, BM Gillanders
Ecological Indicators 97, 10-16, 2019
132019
Elevated carbon dioxide and temperature affects otolith development, but not chemistry, in a diadromous fish
J Martino, ZA Doubleday, SH Woodcock, BM Gillanders
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 495, 57-64, 2017
132017
Experimental support towards a metabolic proxy in fish using otolith carbon isotopes
JC Martino, ZA Doubleday, MT Chung, BM Gillanders
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (6), jeb217091, 2020
62020
Corrigendum to: Identifying physiological and environmental influences on otolith chemistry in a coastal fishery species
JC Martino, ZA Doubleday, AJ Fowler, BM Gillanders
Marine and Freshwater Research 72 (6), 922-924, 2021
42021
Supporting the sustainable development of Australia’s octopus industry: First assessment of an artisanal fishery
JC Martino, M Steer, ZA Doubleday
Fisheries Research 241, 105999, 2021
12021
Tracking the provenance of octopus using isotopic and multi-elemental analysis
JC Martino, D Mazumder, P Gadd, ZA Doubleday
Food Chemistry, 131133, 2021
2021
Statolith chemistry: a new tool to understand the ecology and provenance of octopus
DS Daryanani, JC Martino, ZA Doubleday
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 1-12, 2021
2021
[EMBARGOED] Linking Chemistry and Sclerochronology to Physiological Processes in Fish
JCA Martino
2019
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