Jung, C. A. and S. E. Swearer (in press). Identification of discrete and ecologically relevant types of ichthyo-habitat at two spatial scales for process based marine planning. Aquatic Biology. (in press).
Barbee, N. C., R. Hale, J. Morrongiello, A. Hicks, D. Semmens, B. J. Downes, and S. E. Swearer (in press). Large-scale geographic variation in the life history traits of a diadromous fish. Marine and Freshwater Research. (in press).
Hunt, T. L., J. R. Ford, and S. E. Swearer (in press). Ecological determinants of recruitment to populations of a temperate reef fish, Trachinops caudimaculatus (Plesiopidae). Marine and Freshwater Research. (in press).
Jung, C. A., P. D. Dwyer, M. Minnegal, and S. E. Swearer (2011). Perceptions of environmental change over more than six decades in two groups of people interacting with the environment of Port Phillip Bay, Australia. Ocean and Coastal Management 54:93-99.
Hicks, A. S., G. P. Closs, and S. E. Swearer (2010) Otolith microchemistry of two amphidromous galaxiids across an experimental salinity gradient: A multielement approach for tracking diadromous migrations. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 394:86-97.
Shima, J. S., and S. E. Swearer (2010) The legacy of dispersal: larval experience shapes persistence later in the life of a reef fish. Journal of Animal Ecology 79:1308-1314.
Jung, C. A., S. E. Swearer, and G. P. Jenkins (2010) Changes in diversity in the fish assemblage of a southern Australian embayment: consistent spatial structuring at decadal scales. Marine and Freshwater Research 61:1425-1434.
Hicks, A., N. C. Barbee, S. E. Swearer, and B. J. Downes (2010) Estuarine geomorphology and low salinity requirement for fertilisation influence spawning site location in the diadromous fish, Galaxias maculatus. Marine and Freshwater Research 61:1252-1258.
Swearer, S. E., and J. S. Shima (2010) Regional variation in larval retention and dispersal drives recruitment patterns in a temperate reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 417:229-236.
Neubauer, P., J. S. Shima, and S. E. Swearer (2010) Scale-dependent variability in hatchling otolith chemistry: implications and solutions for studies of population connectivity. Marine Ecology Progress Series 415:263-274.
Smith, J. E., P. I. Macreadie, and S. E. Swearer (2010) An osmotic induction method for externally marking a saltwater fish (Stigmatopora argus R. and Stigmatopora nigra K.) with Calcein. Journal of Fish Biology 76:1055-1060.
Crean, A. J., S. E. Swearer, and H. M. Patterson (2010) Larval supply is a good predictor of recruitment in endemic but not non-endemic fish populations at a high latitude coral reef. Coral Reefs 29:137-143.
Marshall, D. J., K. Monro, M. Bode, M. J. Keough, and S. E. Swearer (2010) Phenotype-environment mismatches reduce connectivity in the sea. Ecology Letters 13:128-140.
Thorrold, S. R., and S. E. Swearer. (2009). Otolith chemistry. Pages 249-296, in Tropical fish otoliths: Information for assessment, management and ecology. Green, B. S., G. A. Begg, G. Carlos, and B. Mapstone (eds). Springer, Netherlands.
Shima, J. S, and S. E. Swearer (2009) Spatially variable larval histories may shape recruitment rates of a temperate reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 394:223-229.
Jung, C. A., N. C. Barbee, and S. E. Swearer (2009) Post-settlement migratory behaviour and growth-related costs in two diadromous fish species, Galaxias maculatus and Galaxias brevipinnis. Journal of Fish Biology 75(3):503-515.
Hale, R., S. E. Swearer, and B. J. Downes (2009) Is settlement at small spatial scales by diadromous fish from the Family Galaxiidae likely to be passive or active in a small coastal river? Marine and Freshwater Research 60(9):971-975.
Shima, J. S., and S. E. Swearer (2009) Larval quality is shaped by matrix effects: implications for connectivity in a marine metapopulation. Ecology 90(5):1255-1267.
Hale, R., S. E. Swearer, and B. J. Downes (2009) Separating natural responses from experimental artifacts: habitat selection by a diadromous fish species using odours from conspecifics and natural stream water. Oecologia 159:679-687.
Zacherl, D. C., S. G. Morgan, S. E. Swearer, and R. R. Warner (2009) A shell of its former self: Can Ostrea lurida Carpenter 1864 larval shells reveal information about a recruit’s birth location? Journal of Shellfish Research 28(1): 23-32
Patterson, H. M., and S. E. Swearer (2008) Origin of yellowtail kingfish, Seriola lalandi, from Lord Howe Island, Australia. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 42:409-416.
Björkman-Chiswell, B. T., E. van Wilgenberg, M. L. Thomas, S. E. Swearer, and M. A. Elgar (2008) Absence of aggression but not nestmate recognition in an Australian population of the Argentine ant Linepithema humile. Insectes Sociaux, 55:207-212.
Hale, R., B. J. Downes, and S. E. Swearer (2008) Habitat selection as a source of inter-specific differences in recruitment of two diadromous fish species. Freshwater Biology 53:2145-2157.
Hale, R., and S. E. Swearer (2008) Otolith microstructural and microchemical changes associated with settlement in the diadromous fish Galaxias maculatus. Marine Ecology Progress Series354:229-234.
Keough, M. J., and S. E. Swearer. (2007). Early life histories of marine invertebrates and fishes. Pages 19-46, in Marine Ecology, Connell, S. D., and B. M. Gillanders (eds). Oxford University Press, Oxford.
Barbee, N. C., and S. E. Swearer (2007) Characterizing natal source population signatures in the diadromous fish, Galaxias maculatus, using embryonic otolith chemistry. Marine Ecology Progress Series 343:273-282.
Lindsay, M. J., H. M. Patterson, and S. E. Swearer (2007) Habitat as a surrogate measure of reef fish diversity in the zoning of the Lord Howe Island Marine Park, Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 353:265-273.
McLean, F., S. E. Swearer, and N. C. Barbee (2007) The role of olfaction in the avoidance of native versus non-native predators by recruits of the common galaxiid, Galaxias maculatus. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 41:175-184.
Patterson, H. M., M. Lindsay, and S. E. Swearer (2007) Sonar transects: an improved method for underwater visual surveys of reef fishes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 78:291-297.
Patterson, H. M., and S. E. Swearer (2007) Long distance dispersal and local retention as mechanisms of recruitment in an island population of a coral reef fish. Austral Ecology 32:122-130.
Hamilton, S. L., J. E. White, J. E. Caselle, S. E. Swearer, and R. R. Warner (2006) Consistent long-term spatial gradients in replenishment for an island population of a coral reef fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 306:247-256.
Metcalf, S. J., and S. E. Swearer (2005) Non-destructive ageing in the bluethroat wrasse, Notolabrus tetricus, using dorsal spines with an emphasis on the benefits for protected, endangered, and fished species. Journal of Fish Biology 66:1740-1747.
Warner, R. R., S. E. Swearer, J. E. Caselle, M. Sheehy, and G. Paradis (2005) Natal trace-elemental signatures in the otoliths of an open-coast fish. Limnology and Oceanography 50:1529-1542.
Woodhead, J., S. E. Swearer, J. Hergt, and R. Maas (2005) In situ Sr-isotope analysis of carbonates by LA-MC-ICP-MS: interference corrections, high spatial resolution and an example from otolith studies. Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 20:22-27.
Swearer, S. E., G. E. Forrester, M. A. Steele, A. J. Brooks, and D. W. Lea (2003) Spatio-temporal and interspecific variation in otolith trace-elemental fingerprints in a temperate estuarine fish assemblage. Estuarine and Coastal Shelf Science 56:1111-1123.
Forrester, G. E., and S. E. Swearer (2002) Trace elements in otoliths indicate the use of open-coast versus bay nursery habitats by juvenile California halibut. Marine Ecology Progress Series 241:201-213.
Harlan, J. A., S. E. Swearer, R. R. Leben, and C. A. Fox (2002) Surface circulation in a Caribbean island wake. Continental Shelf Research 22:417-434.
Swearer, S. E., J. S. Shima, M. E. Hellberg, S. R. Thorrold, G. P. Jones, D. R. Robertson, S. G. Morgan, K. A. Selkoe, G. M. Ruiz, and R. R. Warner (2002) Evidence of self-recruitment in demersal marine populations. Bulletin of Marine Science 70(1) Suppl:251-271.
Thorrold, S. R., G. P. Jones, M. E. Hellberg, R. S. Burton, S. E. Swearer, J. E. Niegel, S. G. Morgan, and R. R. Warner (2002) Quantifying larval retention and connectivity in marine populations with artificial and natural markers. Bulletin of Marine Science 70(1) Suppl:291-308.
Warner, R. R., S. E. Swearer, and J. E. Caselle (2000) Larval accumulation and retention: Implications for the design of marine reserves and essential fish habitat. Bulletin of Marine Science 66:821-830.
Robertson, D. R., S. E. Swearer, K. Kaufman, and E. B. Brothers (1999) Settlement vs. environmental dynamics in a pelagic-spawning reef fish at Caribbean Panama. Ecological Monographs 69(2):195-218.
Swearer, S. E. and D. R. Robertson (1999) Life history, pathology, and description of Kudoa ovivora n. sp. (Myxozoa, Myxosporea): An ovarian parasite of Caribbean labroid fishes. Journal of Parasitology 85(2):337-353.
Swearer, S. E., J. E. Caselle, D. W. Lea, and R. R. Warner (1999) Larval retention and recruitment in an island population of a coral reef fish. Nature 402:799-802.
Lang, N., S. E. Swearer, and W. Q. Sturner (1994) Human postmortem interval estimation from vitreous potassium: An analysis of original data from six different studies. Forensic Science International 66:159-174.
Warner, R. R and S. E. Swearer (1991) Social control of sex change in the bluehead wrasse, Thalassoma bifasciatum (Pisces: Labridae). Biological Bulletin 181:199-204.
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