Mick Keough
Mick Keough
Professor of Marine Ecology, University of Melbourne
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Experimental design and data analysis for biologists
GP Quinn, MJ Keough
Cambridge University Press, 2002
119132002
Recruitment of marine invertebrates: the role of active larval choices and early mortality
MJ Keough, BJ Downes
Oecologia 54 (3), 348-352, 1982
8101982
Monitoring ecological impacts: concepts and practice in flowing waters.
BJ Downes, LA Barmuta, PG Fairweather, DP Faith, MJ Keough, PS Lake, ...
Monitoring ecological impacts: concepts and practice in flowing waters., 2002
6152002
Disturbance and patch dynamics of subtidal marine animals on hard substrata.
JH CONNELL
Natural Disturbance and Patch Dynamics, 125-151, 1985
4151985
Introduced and cryptogenic species in port Phillip bay, Victoria, Australia
CL Hewitt, ML Campbell, RE Thresher, RB Martin, S Boyd, BF Cohen, ...
Marine biology 144 (1), 183-202, 2004
4072004
Supply-side ecology. The natural and consequences of variations in recruitment of intertidal organisms
AJ Underwood
Marine community ecology, 2001
3172001
Variation in the dispersal potential of non-feeding invertebrate larvae: the desperate larva hypothesis and larval size
DJ Marshall, MJ Keough
Marine Ecology Progress Series 255, 145-153, 2003
2452003
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
2392010
Effects of patch size on the abundance of sessile marine invertebrates
MJ Keough
Ecology 65 (2), 423-437, 1984
2391984
Responses of settling invertebrate larvae to bioorganic films: effects of different types of films
MJ Keough, PT Raimondi
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 185 (2), 235-253, 1995
2321995
Effects of periodic disturbances from trampling onrocky intertidal algal beds
MJ Keough, GP Quinn
Ecological Applications 8 (1), 141-161, 1998
2291998
Dynamics of the epifauna of the bivalve Pinna bicolor: interactions among recruitment, predation, and competition
MJ Keough
Ecology 65 (3), 677-688, 1984
2181984
Occupation of patches in the epifaunal communities on pier pilings and the bivalve Pinna bicolor at Edithburgh, South Australia
AM Kay, MJ Keough
Oecologia 48 (1), 123-130, 1981
2101981
The evolutionary ecology of offspring size in marine invertebrates
DJ Marshall, MJ Keough
Advances in marine biology 53, 1-60, 2007
2062007
Effects of trampling on plant and animal populations on rocky shores
A Povey, MJ Keough
Oikos, 355-368, 1991
2021991
Patterns of recruitment of sessile invertebrates in two subtidal habitats
MJ Keough
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 66 (3), 213-245, 1983
1951983
Offspring size affects the post‐metamorphic performance of a colonial marine invertebrate
DJ Marshall, TF Bolton, MJ Keough
Ecology 84 (12), 3131-3137, 2003
1892003
Correlations between human collecting and intertidal mollusc populations on rocky shores
MJ Keough, GP Quinn, A King
Conservation Biology 7 (2), 378-390, 1993
1451993
Dispersal and population variation in the bryozoan Bugula neritina
MJ Keough, H Chernoff
Ecology 68 (1), 199-210, 1987
1431987
Larval settlement in hard substratum epifaunal assemblages: a manipulative field study of the effects of substratum filming and the presence of incumbents
CD Todd, MJ Keough
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 181 (2), 159-187, 1994
1361994
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