John Morrongiello
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Climate change and its implications for Australia’s freshwater fish
JR Morrongiello, SJ Beatty, JC Bennett, DA Crook, DNEN Ikedife, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (9), 1082-1098, 2011
A statistical framework to explore ontogenetic growth variation among individuals and populations: a marine fish example
JR Morrongiello, RE Thresher
Ecological Monographs 85 (1), 93-115, 2015
Aquatic biochronologies and climate change
JR Morrongiello, RE Thresher, DC Smith
Nature Climate Change 2 (12), 849-857, 2012
Is oxygen limitation in warming waters a valid mechanism to explain decreased body sizes in aquatic ectotherms?
A Audzijonyte, DR Barneche, AR Baudron, J Belmaker, TD Clark, ...
Global Ecology and Biogeography 28 (2), 64-77, 2019
Spatial variation in egg size and egg number reflects trade‐offs and bet‐hedging in a freshwater fish
JR Morrongiello, NR Bond, DA Crook, BBM Wong
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (4), 806-817, 2012
Trends and management implications of human‐influenced life‐history changes in marine ectotherms
A Audzijonyte, E Fulton, M Haddon, F Helidoniotis, AJ Hobday, ...
Fish and Fisheries 17 (4), 1005-1028, 2016
Environmental change drives long‐term recruitment and growth variation in an estuarine fish
JR Morrongiello, CT Walsh, CA Gray, JR Stocks, DA Crook
Global Change Biology 20 (6), 1844-1860, 2014
Impacts of drought and predicted effects of climate change on fish growth in temperate Australian lakes
JR Morrongiello, DA Crook, AJ King, DSL Ramsey, P Brown
Global Change Biology 17 (2), 745-755, 2011
Coupling biogeochemical tracers with fish growth reveals physiological and environmental controls on otolith chemistry
GL Grammer, JR Morrongiello, C Izzo, PJ Hawthorne, JF Middleton, ...
Ecological Monographs 87 (3), 487-507, 2017
Spatial patterns and temperature predictions of tuna fatty acids: tracing essential nutrients and changes in primary producers
HR Pethybridge, CC Parrish, J Morrongiello, JW Young, JH Farley, ...
PloS one 10 (7), e0131598, 2015
Nuptial coloration varies with ambient light environment in a freshwater fish
JR Morrongiello, NR Bond, DA Crook, BBM Wong
Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23 (12), 2718-2725, 2010
Smaller adult fish size in warmer water is not explained by elevated metabolism
HF Wootton, JR Morrongiello, T Schmitt, A Audzijonyte
Ecology Letters 25 (5), 1177-1188, 2022
Large-scale variation in life history traits of the widespread diadromous fish, Galaxias maculatus, reflects geographic differences in local environmental conditions
NC Barbee, R Hale, J Morrongiello, A Hicks, D Semmens, BJ Downes, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (7), 790-800, 2011
Evolutionary traps and range shifts in a rapidly changing world
R Hale, JR Morrongiello, SE Swearer
Biology Letters 12 (6), 20160003, 2016
Fishing constrains phenotypic responses of marine fish to climate variability
JR Morrongiello, PC Sweetman, RE Thresher
Journal of Animal Ecology 88 (11), 1645-1656, 2019
Tracking the resource pulse: Movement responses of fish to dynamic floodplain habitat in a tropical river
DA Crook, DJ Buckle, JR Morrongiello, QA Allsop, W Baldwin, ...
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (3), 795-807, 2020
Regional climate, primary productivity and fish biomass drive growth variation and population resilience in a small pelagic fish
SE Tanner, AR Vieira, RP Vasconcelos, S Dores, M Azevedo, HN Cabral, ...
Ecological Indicators 103, 530-541, 2019
Do trout respond to riparian change? A meta‐analysis with implications for restoration and management
M Sievers, R Hale, JR Morrongiello
Freshwater Biology 62 (3), 445-457, 2017
Migration to freshwater increases growth rates in a facultatively catadromous tropical fish
BH Roberts, JR Morrongiello, AJ King, DL Morgan, TM Saunders, ...
Oecologia 191, 253-260, 2019
Environmental drivers of growth and predicted effects of climate change on a commercially important fish, Platycephalus laevigatus
J Barrow, J Ford, R Day, J Morrongiello
Marine Ecology Progress Series 598, 201-212, 2018
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