Publications 1998

Lizard Island Publications 1998

Borden, W.C.(1998). Phylogeny of the unicornfishes (Naso, Acanthuridae) based on soft anatomy. Copeia, 1998(1): 104-113.

Chisholm, J.R.M. and D.J. Barnes, 1998. Anomalies in coral reef community metabolism and their potential importance in the reef CO2 source-sink debate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 95: 6566-6569.

Choat, J.H. and K.D. Clements (1998). Vertebrate herbivores in marine and terrestrial environments: a nutritional ecology perspective. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics, 29: 375-403.

Cribb, T. H., G.R. Anderson, R.D. Adlard and R.A. Bray (1998). A DNA-based demonstration of a three-host life-cycle for the Bivesiculidae (Platyhelminthes: Digenea). International Journal for Parasitology, 28: 1791-1795.

Eeckhaut, I., M.J. Grygier and D. Deheyn (1998). Myzostomes from Papua New Guinea, with related Indo-west Pacific distribution records and description of five new species. Bulletin of Marine Science, 62(3): 841-886.

Green, A.L. (1998). Spatio-temporal patterns of recruitment of labroid fishes (Pisces: Labridae and Scaridae) to damselfish territories. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 51: 235-244.

Grutter, A.S. and R. Poulin (1998). Intraspecific and interspecific relationships between host size and the abundance of parasitic larval gnathiid isopods on coral reef fishes. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 164: 263-271.

Grutter, A.S and R. Poulin (1998). Cleaning of coral reef fishes by the wrasse Labroides dimidiatus: Influence of client body size and phylogeny. Copeia, 1998 (1): 120-127.

Hall, V. R. (1998). Injury and regeneration of common reef-crest corals at Lizard Island, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. PhD thesis, James Cook University, Australia.

Hughes, T.P. (1998). Off-reef transport of coral fragments at Lizard Island, Australia. Marine Geology, 157: 1-6.

Leis, J.M. and B.M. Carson-Ewart (1998). Complex behaviour by coral-reef fish larvae in open-water and near-reef pelagic envionments. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 53: 259-266.

Mahon, J.L., 1998. The advantage of juvenile coloration in reef fishes. PhD thesis, University of Hawaii at Manoa.

McCormick, M.I. (1998). Behaviourally induced maternal stress in a fish influences progeny quality by a hormonal mechanism. Ecology, 79(6): 1873-1883.

McCormick, M.I. (1998). Condition and growth of reef fish at settlement: is it important? Australian Journal of Ecology, 23: 258-264.

Milner, R. (1998). Gender-bending Gobies. Natural History, 108: 2.

Milton, D. (1998). Distribution and abundance of beach stone-curlews on northern Great Barrier Reef islands. Sunbird 28(2): 31-38.

Milton, D. (1998). Distribution and abundance of beach stone-curlews on northern Great Barrier Reef islands. Sunbird 28(2): 31-38.

Motluk, A. (1998). When a quick sex change pays. New Scientist, 13 June 1998: 22.

Munday, P.L., M.J. Caley and G.P. Jones (1998). Bi-directional sex change in a coral-dwelling goby. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 43: 371-377.

Munday, P.L. and G.P. Jones (1998). The ecological implications of small body size among coral-reef fishes. Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review, 36: 373-411.

Munday P.L., G.P. Jones, M.C. Ohamn and U.L. Kaly, (1998). Enhancement of recruitment to coral reefs using light-attractors. Bulletin of Marine Science, 63(3): 581-588.

Ohman, M.C., P.L. Munday, G.P. Jones and M.J. Caley (1998). Settlement strategies and distribution patterns of coral-reef fishes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 225: 219-238.

Smith, L.D. and T.P. Hughes (1998). An experimental assessment of survival, re-attachment and fecundity of coral fragments. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 235 (1999): 147-164.

Steven, A.D.L., L. Trott, F. Pantus and D. Brooks, (1998). Long-term chlorophyll monitoring in the Great Barrier Reef lagoon: Status report 1, 1993-1995. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority Research Publication No. 55. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority, Australia.

Stewart, B.D. (1998). Interactions between piscivorous coral reef fishes and their prey. PhD thesis, James Cook University, Australia.

Stobutzki, I.C. (1998). Interspecific variation in sustained swimming ability of late pelagic stage reef fish from two families (Pomacentridae and Chaetodontidae). Coral Reefs, 17: 111-119.

Stobutzki, I.C. and D.R. Bellwood (1998). Nocturnal orientation to reefs by late pelagic stage coral reef fishes. Coral Reefs, 17: 103-110.

Syms, C. (1998). Disturbance and the structure of coral reef fish communities on the reef slope. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 230: 151-167.

Syms, C. (1998). Habitat association, disturbance dynamics, and the role of spatial scale in structuring coral reef fish assemblages. PhD thesis, James Cook University, Australia.

Uthicke, S. (1998). Population structure of Holothuria (Halodeima) atra (Jager, 1833) and Stichopus chloronotus (Brandt, 1835) (Holothuroidea: Aspidochirotida) and their role in nutrient recycling in coral reef ecosystems. PhD thesis, University of Hamburg, Germany.

Woerheide, G. (1998). The reef cave dwelling ultraconservative coralline demosponge Astrosclera willeyana Lister 1900 from the Indo-Pacific. Facies, 38: 1-88.

Zeller, D.C. (1998). Spawning aggregations: patterns of movement of the coral trout Plectropomus leopardus (Serranidae) as determined by ultrasonic telemetry. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 162: 253-263.

Zeller, D.C. and G.R. Russ (1998). Marine reserves: patterns of adult movement of the coral trout (Plectropomus leopardus (Serranidae)). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 55: 917-924.


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