Stephen E. Swearer
Stephen E. Swearer
Professor of Marine Biology, School of BioSciences, University of Melbourne
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Larval retention and recruitment in an island population of a coral-reef fish
SE Swearer, JE Caselle, DW Lea, RR Warner
Nature 402 (6763), 799-802, 1999
Evidence of self-recruitment in demersal marine populations
SE Swearer, JS Shima, ME Hellberg, SR Thorrold, GP Jones, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 251-271, 2002
Quantifying larval retention and connectivity in marine populations with artificial and natural markers
SR Thorrold, GP Jones, ME Hellberg, RS Burton, SE Swearer, JE Neigel, ...
Bulletin of Marine Science 70 (1), 291-308, 2002
From grey to green: Efficacy of eco‐engineering solutions for nature‐based coastal defence
RL Morris, TM Konlechner, M Ghisalberti, SE Swearer
Global change biology 24 (5), 1827-1842, 2018
Phenotype–environment mismatches reduce connectivity in the sea
DJ Marshall, K Monro, M Bode, MJ Keough, S Swearer
Ecology letters 13 (1), 128-140, 2010
Social control of sex change in the bluehead wrasse, Thalassoma bifasciatum (Pisces: Labridae)
RR Warner, SE Swearer
The Biological Bulletin 181 (2), 199-204, 1991
Ecological traps: current evidence and future directions
R Hale, SE Swearer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 283 (1824), 20152647, 2016
In situ Sr-isotope analysis of carbonates by LA-MC-ICP-MS: interference corrections, high spatial resolution and an example from otolith studies
J Woodhead, S Swearer, J Hergt, R Maas
Journal of Analytical Atomic Spectrometry 20 (1), 22-27, 2005
A comparison of two survey methods: differences between underwater visual census and baited remote underwater video
MA Colton, SE Swearer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 400, 19-36, 2010
Spatio-temporal and interspecific variation in otolith trace-elemental fingerprints in a temperate estuarine fish assemblage
SE Swearer, GE Forrester, MA Steele, AJ Brooks, DW Lea
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 56 (5-6), 1111-1123, 2003
Larval accumulation and retention: implications for the design of marine reserves and essential habitat
RR Warner, SE Swearer, JE Caselle
Bulletin of Marine Science 66 (3), 821-830, 2000
Larval quality is shaped by matrix effects: implications for connectivity in a marine metapopulation
JS Shima, SE Swearer
Ecology 90 (5), 1255-1267, 2009
Identifying the key biophysical drivers, connectivity outcomes, and metapopulation consequences of larval dispersal in the sea
EA Treml, JR Ford, KP Black, SE Swearer
Movement ecology 3, 1-16, 2015
Kelp forest restoration in Australia
C Layton, MA Coleman, EM Marzinelli, PD Steinberg, SE Swearer, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 74, 2020
Natal trace‐elemental signatures in the otoliths of an open‐coast fish
RR Warner, SE Swearer, JE Caselle, M Sheehy, G Paradis
Limnology and Oceanography 50 (5), 1529-1542, 2005
Trace elements in otoliths indicate the use of open-coast versus bay nursery habitats by juvenile California halibut
GE Forrester, SE Swearer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 241, 201-213, 2002
Settlement vs. environmental dynamics in a pelagic‐spawning reef fish at Caribbean Panama
DR Robertson, SE Swearer, K Kaufmann, EB Brothers
Ecological Monographs 69 (2), 195-218, 1999
Human postmortem interval estimation from vitreous potassium: an analysis of original data from six different studies
N Lange, S Swearer, WQ Sturner
Forensic science international 66 (3), 159-174, 1994
Impacts of human‐induced environmental change in wetlands on aquatic animals
M Sievers, R Hale, KM Parris, SE Swearer
Biological Reviews 93 (1), 529-554, 2018
Evaluating the metapopulation consequences of ecological traps
R Hale, EA Treml, SE Swearer
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1804), 20142930, 2015
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