Jasmin Martino
Jasmin Martino
Centre for Ecosystem Science (BEES) & Water Research Laboratory (CENV), UNSW
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Using otolith chronologies to understand long‐term trends and extrinsic drivers of growth in fisheries
JC Martino, AJ Fowler, ZA Doubleday, GL Grammer, BM Gillanders
Ecosphere 10 (1), e02553, 2019
Metabolic effects on carbon isotope biomarkers in fish
JC Martino, ZA Doubleday, BM Gillanders
Ecological Indicators 97, 10-16, 2019
Experimental support towards a metabolic proxy in fish using otolith carbon isotopes
JC Martino, ZA Doubleday, MT Chung, BM Gillanders
Journal of Experimental Biology 223 (6), jeb217091, 2020
Elevated carbon dioxide and temperature affects otolith development, but not chemistry, in a diadromous fish
J Martino, ZA Doubleday, SH Woodcock, BM Gillanders
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 495, 57-64, 2017
Tracking the provenance of octopus using isotopic and multi-elemental analysis
JC Martino, D Mazumder, PS Gadd, ZA Doubleday
Food Chemistry 371, 131133, 2022
Identifying physiological and environmental influences on otolith chemistry in a coastal fishery species
JC Martino, ZA Doubleday, AJ Fowler, BM Gillanders
Marine and Freshwater Research 72 (6), 922-924, 2021
Statolith chemistry: a new tool to understand the ecology and provenance of octopus
DS Daryanani, JC Martino, ZA Doubleday
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 31, 923-934, 2021
Supporting the sustainable development of Australia’s octopus industry: first assessment of an artisanal fishery
JC Martino, M Steer, ZA Doubleday
Fisheries Research 241, 105999, 2021
The universal imprint of oxygen isotopes can track the origins of seafood
JC Martino, CN Trueman, D Mazumder, J Crawford, ZA Doubleday
Fish and Fisheries 23 (6), 1455-1468, 2022
Harnessing universal chemical markers to trace the provenance of marine animals
ZA Doubleday, JC Martino, C Trueman
Ecological Indicators 144, 109481, 2022
Systematic evaluation of oxygen isotopes in cephalopod statoliths as thermal proxies
JC Martino, MT Chung, CI Chiang, CH Wang, K Shirai, ZA Doubleday
ICES Journal of Marine Science 79 (6), 1719-1729, 2022
A novel use of a handheld elemental scanner for authenticating prawn provenance
JC Martino, J Crawford, P Gadd, J Sammut, N Saintilan, D Mazumder
Food Control 151, 109813, 2023
Nondaily growth increments in the commercial species, Octopus berrima, and the importance of age validation
ED Durante, GL Grammer, JC Martino, JL Payne, ZA Doubleday
ICES Journal of Marine Science 81 (2), 293-306, 2024
Using genomics and morphometrics to monitor data-poor and commercially exploited octopod populations
QQH Hua, VA Thomson, JM Strugnell, JC Martino, BM Gillanders, ...
Marine Biology 170 (10), 119, 2023
Better late than never: Optimising the proteomic analysis of field-collected octopus
QQH Hua, C Young, TL Pukala, JC Martino, P Hoffmann, BM Gillanders, ...
Plos one 18 (7), e0288084, 2023
Improved fisheries management and aquaculture growth align with fewer shocks to Australian seafood production
ZA Doubleday, J Willoughby, JC Martino, RS Cottrell, JA Gephart
Cell Reports Sustainability, 2024
Developing isotopic proxies to reconstruct the metabolic rates and thermal histories of octopus
E Durante, G Grammer, J Martino, R Klaebe, MT Chung, J Payne, ...
Marine Environmental Research 198, 106543, 2024
Using isotopic fingerprints in gastropod shells to validate commercial production pathway and geographic provenance
EN Boultby, JC Martino, R Baring, ZA Doubleday
Royal Society Open Science 11 (5), 231673, 2024
ZA Doubleday, JC Martino, JM Semmens, E Boultby
Wildlife Research in Australia: Practical and Applied Methods, 513-518, 2022
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