Rod Connolly
Rod Connolly
Professor, Griffith University, School of Environment & Science
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Organic matter exchange and cycling in mangrove ecosystems: recent insights from stable isotope studies
S Bouillon, RM Connolly, SY Lee
Journal of Sea Research 59 (1-2), 44-58, 2008
3302008
Impact of urbanization on coastal wetland structure and function
SY Lee, RJK Dunn, RA Young, RM Connolly, PER Dale, R Dehayr, ...
Austral Ecology 31 (2), 149-163, 2006
2622006
A comparison of fish assemblages from seagrass and unvegetated areas of a southern Australian estuary
RM Connolly
Marine and Freshwater Research 45 (6), 1033-1044, 1994
2461994
Spatial analysis of stable isotope data to determine primary sources of nutrition for fish
AJ Melville, RM Connolly
Oecologia 136 (4), 499-507, 2003
2262003
The seascape nursery: a novel spatial approach to identify and manage nurseries for coastal marine fauna
I Nagelkerken, M Sheaves, R Baker, RM Connolly
Fish and Fisheries 16 (2), 362-371, 2015
2172015
True value of estuarine and coastal nurseries for fish: incorporating complexity and dynamics
M Sheaves, R Baker, I Nagelkerken, RM Connolly
Estuaries and Coasts 38 (2), 401-414, 2015
1952015
Testing the utility of abiotic surrogates for marine habitat mapping at scales relevant to management
T Stevens, RM Connolly
Biological Conservation 119 (3), 351-362, 2004
1642004
Sulfur stable isotopes separate producers in marine food-web analysis
RM Connolly, MA Guest, AJ Melville, JM Oakes
Oecologia 138 (2), 161-167, 2004
1632004
Large-scale seagrass dieback in northern Spencer Gulf, South Australia
S Seddon, RM Connolly, KS Edyvane
Aquatic Botany 66 (4), 297-310, 2000
1352000
Removal of seagrass canopy: effects on small fish and their prey
RM Connolly
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 184 (1), 99-110, 1994
1341994
Fishes associated with artificial reefs: attributing changes to attraction or production using novel approaches
MJ Brickhill, SY Lee, RM Connolly
Journal of Fish Biology 67, 53-71, 2005
1212005
Mechanisms and ecological role of carbon transfer within coastal seascapes
GA Hyndes, I Nagelkerken, RJ McLeod, RM Connolly, PS Lavery, ...
Biological Reviews 89 (1), 232-254, 2014
1172014
Seagrass and epiphytic algae support nutrition of a fisheries species, Sillago schomburgkii, in adjacent intertidal habitats
RM Connolly, JS Hindell, D Gorman
Marine Ecology Progress Series 286, 69-79, 2005
1122005
Review of nekton patterns and ecological processes in seagrass landscapes
RM Connolly, JS Hindell
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 68 (3), 433-444, 2006
1112006
Movement of carbon among estuarine habitats and its assimilation by invertebrates
RM Connolly, D Gorman, MA Guest
Oecologia 144 (4), 684-691, 2005
1112005
Habitat connectivity improves reserve performance
AD Olds, RM Connolly, KA Pitt, PS Maxwell
Conservation Letters 5 (1), 56-63, 2012
1092012
Predators help protect carbon stocks in blue carbon ecosystems
TB Atwood, RM Connolly, EG Ritchie, CE Lovelock, MR Heithaus, ...
Nature Climate Change 5 (12), 1038-1045, 2015
1042015
Seine nets and beam trawls compared by day and night for sampling fish and crustaceans in shallow seagrass habitat
MA Guest, RM Connolly, NR Loneragan
Fisheries Research 64 (2), 185-196, 2003
1042003
Fish use of subtropical saltmarshes in Queensland, Australia: relationships with vegetation, water depth and distance onto the marsh
BE Thomas, RM Connolly
Marine Ecology Progress Series 209, 275-288, 2001
1032001
Differences in composition of small, motile invertebrate assemblages from seagrass and unvegetated habitats in a southern Australian estuary
RM Connolly
Hydrobiologia 346 (1-3), 137-148, 1997
971997
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