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Sean R. Tracey
Sean R. Tracey
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
Verified email at utas.edu.au
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The spatial expansion and ecological footprint of fisheries (1950 to present)
W Swartz, E Sala, S Tracey, R Watson, D Pauly
PloS one 5 (12), e15143, 2010
4602010
The trophic fingerprint of marine fisheries
TA Branch, R Watson, EA Fulton, S Jennings, CR McGilliard, GT Pablico, ...
Nature 468 (7322), 431-435, 2010
4532010
Application of elliptical Fourier analysis of otolith form as a tool for stock identification
SR Tracey, JM Lyle, G Duhamel
Fisheries Research 77 (2), 138-147, 2006
1982006
When is a fishery sustainable?
R Hilborn, EA Fulton, BS Green, K Hartmann, SR Tracey, RA Watson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (9), 1433-1441, 2015
1242015
Inter-annual plasticity of squid life history and population structure: ecological and management implications
GT Pecl, NA Moltschaniwskyj, SR Tracey, AR Jordan
Oecologia 139 (4), 515-524, 2004
1092004
survey of recreational fishing in Tasmania
JM Lyle, SR Tracey, KE Stark, S Witherspoon
Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute, 2009
1072009
Marine foods sourced from farther as their use of global ocean primary production increases
RA Watson, GB Nowara, K Hartmann, BS Green, SR Tracey, CG Carter
Nature communications 6 (1), 1-6, 2015
922015
Provenance of global seafood
RA Watson, BS Green, SR Tracey, A Farmery, TJ Pitcher
Fish and Fisheries 17 (3), 585-595, 2016
862016
Ecological connectivity between the areas beyond national jurisdiction and coastal waters: Safeguarding interests of coastal communities in developing countries
E Popova, D Vousden, WHH Sauer, EY Mohammed, V Allain, ...
Marine Policy 104, 90-102, 2019
852019
Reproductive biology and per-recruit analyses of striped trumpeter (Latris lineata) from Tasmania, Australia: Implications for management
SR Tracey, JM Lyle, M Haddon
Fisheries research 84 (3), 358-367, 2007
762007
Use of acoustic telemetry for spatial management of southern calamary Sepioteuthis australis, a highly mobile inshore squid species
GT Pecl, SR Tracey, JM Semmens, GD Jackson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 328, 1-15, 2006
722006
High survivorship after catch-and-release fishing suggests physiological resilience in the endothermic shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus)
RP French, J Lyle, S Tracey, S Currie, JM Semmens
Conservation physiology 3 (1), 2015
662015
The social licence to operate and its role in marine governance: insights from Australia
C Cullen-Knox, M Haward, J Jabour, E Ogier, SR Tracey
Marine Policy 79, 70-77, 2017
652017
Exploiting seasonal habitat use of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio, in a lacustrine system for management and eradication
AH Taylor, SR Tracey, K Hartmann, JG Patil
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (7), 587-597, 2012
632012
Niche overlap and trophic resource partitioning of two sympatric batoids co‐inhabiting an estuarine system in southeast Australia
JL Yick, SR Tracey, RWG White
Journal of Applied Ichthyology 27 (5), 1272-1277, 2011
482011
Age validation, growth modeling, and mortality estimates for striped trumpeter (Latris lineata) from southeastern Australia: making the most of patchy data
SR Tracey, JM Lyle
472005
The ecological role of cephalopods and their representation in ecosystem models
T de la Chesnais, EA Fulton, SR Tracey, GT Pecl
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29 (2), 313-334, 2019
412019
Super trawler scuppered in Australian fisheries management reform
S Tracey, C Buxton, C Gardner, B Green, K Hartmann, M Haward, ...
Fisheries 38 (8), 345-350, 2013
402013
Rapid shifts in distribution and high‐latitude persistence of oceanographic habitat revealed using citizen science data from a climate change hotspot
C Champion, AJ Hobday, SR Tracey, GT Pecl
Global Change Biology 24 (11), 5440-5453, 2018
382018
Systematic culling controls a climate driven, habitat modifying invader
SR Tracey, T Baulch, K Hartmann, SD Ling, V Lucieer, MP Marzloff, ...
Biological Invasions 17 (6), 1885-1896, 2015
382015
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