Andrew J. Tobin

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Shallow intertidal habitats are recognised as critical for larval and juvenile fish, and are often assumed to function as refuge areas where predation risk is reduced. Yet there is growing evidence(More)
Fisheries and marine park management strategies for large predatory reef fish can mean that a large proportion of captured fish are released. Despite being released, these fish may experience high(More)
Understanding the efficacy of marine protected areas (MPAs) for wide-ranging predators is essential to designing effective management and conservation approaches. The use of acoustic monitoring and(More)