Troy Gaston
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Fish track wastewater pollution to estuaries
TA Schlacher, B Liddell, TF Gaston, M Schlacher-Hoenlinger
Oecologia 144 (4), 570-584, 2005
Spatial variation in δ13C and δ15N of liver, muscle and bone in a rocky reef planktivorous fish: the relative contribution of sewage
TF Gaston, IM Suthers
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 304 (1), 17-33, 2004
A systematic quantitative review of coastal and marine cultural ecosystem services: current status and future research
CL Martin, S Momtaz, T Gaston, NA Moltschaniwskyj
Marine Policy 74, 25-32, 2016
Stable isotope evidence for trophic subsidy of coastal benthic fisheries by river discharge plumes off small estuaries
RM Connolly, TA Schlacher, TF Gaston
Marine Biology Research 5 (2), 164-171, 2009
Flood discharges of a small river into open coastal waters: plume traits and material fate
TF Gaston, TA Schlacher, RM Connolly
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 69 (1-2), 4-9, 2006
Can export of organic matter from estuaries support zooplankton in nearshore, marine plumes?
TA Schlacher, RM Connolly, AJ Skillington, TF Gaston
Aquatic Ecology 43 (2), 383-393, 2009
The economic value of fisheries harvest supported by saltmarsh and mangrove productivity in two Australian estuaries
MD Taylor, TF Gaston, V Raoult
Ecological Indicators 84, 701-709, 2018
The 13C, 15N and 34S signatures of a rocky reef planktivorous fish indicate different coastal discharges of sewage
TF Gaston, A Kostoglidis, IM Suthers
Marine and Freshwater Research 55 (7), 689-699, 2004
Stable isotope analyses reveal predation on amphibians by a globally invasive fish (Gambusia holbrooki)
J Remon, DS Bower, TF Gaston, J Clulow, MJ Mahony
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 26 (4), 724-735, 2016
Habitat–fishery linkages in two major south-eastern Australian estuaries show that the C4 saltmarsh plant Sporobolus virginicus is a significant contributor to fisheries …
V Raoult, TF Gaston, MD Taylor
Hydrobiologia 811 (1), 221-238, 2018
Resource use of great hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna mokarran) off eastern Australia
V Raoult, MK Broadhurst, VM Peddemors, JE Williamson, TF Gaston
Journal of Fish Biology 95 (6), 1430-1440, 2019
Coupling between marine plankton and freshwater flow in the plumes off a small estuary
TA Schlacher, AJ Skillington, RM Connolly, W Robinson, TF Gaston
International Review of Hydrobiology 93 (6), 641-658, 2008
Rapid biomass and size-frequency estimates of edible jellyfish populations using drones
V Raoult, TF Gaston
Fisheries Research 207, 160-164, 2018
Not all sawsharks are equal: species of co-existing sawsharks show plasticity in trophic consumption both within and between species
V Raoult, TF Gaston, JE Williamson
Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 72 (11), 1769-1775, 2015
Estuarine cultural ecosystem services valued by local people in New South Wales, Australia, and attributes important for continued supply
CL Martin, S Momtaz, T Gaston, NA Moltschaniwskyj
Ocean & Coastal Management 190, 105160, 2020
Permanent magnets reduce bycatch of benthic sharks in an ocean trap fishery
RJ Richards, V Raoult, DM Powter, TF Gaston
Fisheries Research 208, 16-21, 2018
Direct and indirect interactions between lower estuarine mangrove and saltmarsh habitats and a commercially important penaeid shrimp
MD Taylor, A Becker, NA Moltschaniwskyj, TF Gaston
Estuaries and Coasts 41 (3), 815-826, 2018
Coastal wetlands can be saved from sea level rise by recreating past tidal regimes
M Sadat-Noori, C Rankin, D Rayner, V Heimhuber, T Gaston, ...
Scientific reports 11 (1), 1-10, 2021
Effects of on-deck holding conditions and air exposure on post-release behaviours of sharks revealed by a remote operated vehicle
V Raoult, JE Williamson, TM Smith, TF Gaston
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 511, 10-18, 2019
Resource partitioning in gurnard species using trophic analyses: The importance of temporal resolution
JM Park, TF Gaston, JE Williamson
Fisheries research 186, 301-310, 2017
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