William D. Robbins
William D. Robbins
Founder and Principal Research Scientist, Wildlife Marine
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The trophic status of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs 1: Dietary analyses
J Choat, K Clements, WD Robbins
Marine Biology 140 (3), 613-623, 2002
Ongoing collapse of coral-reef shark populations
WD Robbins, M Hisano, SR Connolly, JH Choat
Current Biology 16 (23), 2314-2319, 2006
Environmental DNA illuminates the dark diversity of sharks
G Boussarie, J Bakker, OS Wangensteen, S Mariani, L Bonnin, JB Juhel, ...
Science advances 4 (5), eaap9661, 2018
The trophic status of herbivorous fishes on coral reefs II: Food processing modes and trophodynamics
JH Choat, WD Robbins, KD Clements
Marine Biology 145 (3), 445-454, 2004
Decadal trends in shark catches and effort from the New South Wales, Australia, Shark Meshing Program 1950–2010
DD Reid, WD Robbins, VM Peddemors
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (6), 676-693, 2011
Assessment of permanent magnets and electropositive metals to reduce the line-based capture of Galapagos sharks, Carcharhinus galapagensis
WD Robbins, VM Peddemors, SJ Kennelly
Fisheries Research 109 (1), 100-106, 2011
Exploring the nature of ecological specialization in a coral reef fish community: morphology, diet and foraging microhabitat use
SJ Brandl, WD Robbins, DR Bellwood
Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 282 (1815), 20151147, 2015
Genetic structure and signatures of selection in grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos)
P Momigliano, R Harcourt, WD Robbins, V Jaiteh, GN Mahardika, ...
Heredity 119 (3), 142-153, 2017
Oceanic dispersal in a sedentary reef shark (Triaenodon obesus): genetic evidence for extensive connectivity without a pelagic larval stage
NM Whitney, WD Robbins, JK Schultz, BW Bowen, KN Holland
Journal of Biogeography 39 (6), 1144-1156, 2012
Abundance, demography and population structure of the grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) and the white tip reef shark (Triaenodon obesus)(Fam. Charcharhinidae)
WD Robbins
James Cook University, 2006
Population growth rates of reef sharks with and without fishing on the Great Barrier Reef: robust estimation with multiple models
M Hisano, SR Connolly, WD Robbins
PloS one 6 (9), e25028, 2011
Experimental evaluation of shark detection rates by aerial observers
WD Robbins, VM Peddemors, SJ Kennelly, MC Ives
PloS one 9 (2), e83456, 2014
Trophic ecology of coral reef gobies: interspecific, ontogenetic, and seasonal comparison of diet and feeding intensity
V Hernaman, PK Probert, WD Robbins
Marine Biology 156, 317-330, 2009
Connectivity in grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) determined using empirical and simulated genetic data
P Momigliano, R Harcourt, WD Robbins, A Stow
Scientific Reports 5 (1), 13229, 2015
Hooked on fishing? Recreational angling interactions with the Critically Endangered grey nurse shark Carcharias taurus in eastern Australia
WD Robbins, VM Peddemors, MK Broadhurst, CA Gray
Endangered Species Research 21 (2), 161-170, 2013
Revisiting the paradigm of shark‐driven trophic cascades in coral reef ecosystems
AA Desbiens, G Roff, WD Robbins, BM Taylor, C Castro‐Sanguino, ...
Ecology 102 (4), e03303, 2021
Diversity and structure of parrotfish assemblages across the northern Great Barrier Reef
GB Johnson, BM Taylor, WD Robbins, EC Franklin, R Toonen, B Bowen, ...
Diversity 11 (1), 14, 2019
Anthropogenic threat assessment of marine-associated fauna in Spencer Gulf, South Australia
WD Robbins, C Huveneers, GJ Parra, L Möller, BM Gillanders
Marine Policy 81, 392-400, 2017
An optimised passive acoustic sampling scheme to discriminate among coral reefs’ ecological states
S Elise, A Bailly, I Urbina-Barreto, G Mou-Tham, F Chiroleu, L Vigliola, ...
Ecological Indicators 107, 105627, 2019
Foraging mode of the grey reef shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos, under two different scenarios
WD Robbins, P Renaud
Coral Reefs 35 (1), 253-260, 2016
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