Journal Publications

Recent papers:

Jenkins, G.P., Black, K.P. (2019). Contrasting impact of diatoms on dominant calanoid and cyclopoid copepods in a temperate bay. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 217: 211-217.

Jenkins, G.P., Kent, J.A., Woodlands, R.J., Warry, F., Swearer, S.E. and Cook, P.L.M. (2018). Delayed timing of successful spawning of an estuarine dependent fish (black bream: Acanthopagrus butcheri). Journal of Fish Biology 93: 931-941

Nayar, S., Loo, M.G.K., Tanner, J.E., Longmore, A.R. and Jenkins, G.P. (2018). Nitrogen acquisition and resource allocation strategies in temperate seagrass Zostera nigricaulis: Uptake, assimilation and translocation processes. Nature Scientific Reports 8: 17151.

Williams, J., Jenkins, G.P., Hindell, J.S., Swearer, S.E. (2018). Fine-scale variability in elemental composition of estuarine water and otoliths: developing environmental markers for determining larval fish dispersal histories within estuaries. Limnology and Oceanography 63: 262–277.

Kent, J., Jenkins, G., Sherman, C.D.H. (2018). Low levels of genetic structuring in King George whiting Sillaginodes punctatus across two geographic regions. Journal of Fish Biology 92: 523-531.

Williams, J., Hindell, J.S., Jenkins, G.P., Tracy, S., Hartmann, K., Swearer, S.E. (2017). The influence of freshwater flows on two estuarine resident fish species show differential sensitivity to the impacts of drought, flood and climate change. Environmental Biology of Fishes 100: 1121-1137.

Hirst, A.J., McGain, S. and Jenkins, G.P. (2017). The impact of burial on the survival and recovery of the subtidal seagrass Zostera nigricaulis. Aquatic Botany 142: 10-15.

Hirst, A.J., and Jenkins, G.P. (2017). Experimental test of N-limitation for Zostera nigricaulis seagrass at three sites reliant upon very different sources of N. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 486: 204-213.

Black, K.P. Longmore, A.R., Hamer, P.A., Lee, R., Swearer, S.E., and Jenkins G.P. (2016). Linking nutrient inputs, phytoplankton composition, zooplankton dynamics and the recruitment of pink snapper, Chrysophrys auratus, in a temperate bay. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 183: 150-162.

Hirst, A.J., Longmore, A.R., Ball, D., Cook, P.L.M., and Jenkins G.P. (2016). Linking nitrogen sources utilised by seagrass in a temperate marine embayment to patterns of seagrass change during drought. Marine Ecology Progress Series 549: 79-88.

Jenkins, G.P., Kenner, T., Brown, A., and Coleman, R. (2015). Fish assemblages in locations with alternative structured habitats in an eelgrass, Zostera, dominated bay: biodiversity value and potential for refuge. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 161: 25-37.

Jenkins, G.P., Spooner, D., Conron, S., and Morrongiello, J.R. (2015). Differing importance of salinity stratification and freshwater flow for the recruitment of apex species of estuarine fish. Marine Ecology Progress Series 523: 125-144.

Pepin, P., Robert, D.,  Bouchard, C., Dower, J.F., Falardeau, M., Fortier, L., Jenkins, G.P., Leclerc, V., Levesque, K., Llopiz, J.K., Meekan, M.G., Murphy, H.M. Ringuette, M. Sirois, P., Sponaugle, S. (2015). Once upon a larva: Revisiting the relationship between feeding success and growth in fish larvae. ICES Journal of Marine Science 72: 359 – 373.

Murphy, H.M., Warren-Myers, F.W., Jenkins, G.P., Hamer P.A., and Swearer, S.E. (2014). Variability in size-selective mortality obscures the importance of larval traits to recruitment success in a temperate marine fish. Oecologia 175: 1201-1210.

Hutchinson, N., Jenkins, G.P., Smith, T.M., and Brown, A. (2014). Variation with depth in temperate seagrass-associated fish assemblages in southern Victoria, Australia. Estuaries and Coasts 37: 801-814

Robert, D., Murphy, H. M., Jenkins, G. P., Fortier, L. (2014). Poor taxonomical knowledge of larval fish diet composition is impeding our ability to assess the existence of a ‘critical period’ driving year-class strength. ICES Journal of Marine Science 71: 2042-2052.

Murphy, H.M., Jenkins, G.P., Hamer P.A., and Swearer, S.E. (2013). Interannual variation in larval abundance and growth in snapper Chrysophrys auratus (Sparidae), is related to prey availability and temperature. Marine Ecology Progress Series 487: 151–162

Williams, J., Jenkins, G.P., Hindell, J.S., Swearer, S.E. (2013). Linking environmental flows with the distribution of black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri eggs, larvae and prey in a drought affected estuary. Marine Ecology Progress Series 483: 273–287

Kemp, J., Jenkins, G. P. and Swearer, S. E. (2013). Assessing the intrinsic resilience of a particularly fast growing teleost prey species (red cod, Pseudophycis bachus). Marine and Freshwater Research 64: 130-138.

Kent, J., Jenkins, G.P., and Acevedo, S. (2013). Temporal and spatial patterns in ichthyoplankton assemblages in bay and open coastal environments of Bass Strait, south-eastern Australia. Journal of Fish Biology 82, 408–429

Smith, T.M., Jenkins, G.P., and Hutchinson, N. (2012). Seagrass edge effects on fish assemblages in deep and shallow habitats. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 115, 291-299.

Murphy, H.M., Jenkins, G.P., Hamer P.A., and Swearer, S.E. (2012) Interannual variation in recruitment of a temperate marine fish is linked to larval diet breadth and prey availability. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69, 1340–1351.

Kemp, J., Jenkins, G. P. and Swearer, S. E. (2012). The reproductive strategy of red cod, Pseudophycis bachus, a key prey species for high trophic-level predators. Fisheries Research 125-126: 161-172

Kemp, J., Jenkins, G.P, Smith, D.C., and Fulton, E. (2012). Measuring the performance of spatial management in marine protected areas: a review. Oceanography and Marine Biology Annual Review 50: 287-314.

Williams, J., Hindell, J.S., Swearer, S.E., and Jenkins, G.P. (2012). Influence of freshwater flows on the distribution of eggs and larvae of black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri within a drought-affected estuary. Journal of Fish Biology 80: 2281-2301.