Publications

You can find a list of John Morrongiello’s publications on Google Scholar and ResearchGate

Barrow, J., Ford, J., Day, R. and Morrongiello, J. 2017. Environmental drivers of growth and predicted effects of climate change on a commercially important fish, Platycephalus laevignatus. Marine Ecology Progress Series: doi: 10.3354/meps12234

Koster, W. M., Crook, D. A., Dawson, D. R., Gaskill, S. and Morrongiello, J. R. 2017. Predicting the Influence of Streamflow on Migration and Spawning of a Threatened Diadromous Fish, the Australian Grayling Prototroctes maraena. Environmental Management: doi: 10.1007/s00267-017-0853-0

Koster, W. M., Amtstaetter, F., Dawson, D. R., Reich, P., and Morrongiello, J. R. 2017. Provision of environmental flows promotes spawning of a nationally threatened diadromous fish. Marine and Freshwater Research 68: 159-166

Sievers, M., Hale, R. and Morrongiello, J.R. 2017. Do trout respond to riparian change? a meta-analysis with implications for restoration and management. Freshwater Biology 62(3): 445-457.

Hale, R., J. R. Morrongiello, and S. E. Swearer. 2016. Evolutionary traps and range shifts in a rapidly changing world. Biology Letters 12: 20160003. doi.org/10.1098/rsbl.2016.0003

Audzijonyte, A., E. A. Fulton, M. Haddon, F. Helidoniotis, A. Hobday, A. Kuparinen, J. R. Morrongiello, A. D. M. Smith, J. Upston, and R. Waples. 2016. Trends and management implications of human-influenced life-history changes in marine ectotherms. Fish and Fisheries:doi: 10.1111/faf.1215.

Koster, W., F. Amtstaetter, D. Dawson, J. Morrongiello, and P. Reich. 2016. Provision of environmental flows promotes spawning of a nationally threatened diadromous fish. Marine and Freshwater Research. doi: 10.1071/MF15398

Pethybridge, H.R., Parish, C., Morrongiello, J. Young, J.W., Farley, J.H., Gunasekera, R.M., Nichols, P.D. 2015, Spatial patterns and temperature predictions of tuna fatty acids: tracing essential nutrients and changes in primary producers. PLOS ONE. 10(7): e0131598.

Morrongiello, J. R., and R. E. Thresher. 2015. A statistical framework to explore ontogenetic growth variation among individuals and populations: a marine fish example. Ecological Monographs 85:93-115.

Jenkins, G. P., D. Spooner, S. Conron, and J. R. Morrongiello. 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.

Morrongiello, J. R., C. T. Walsh, C. A. Gray, J. R. Stocks, and D. A. Crook. 2014. Environmental change drives long-term recruitment and growth variation in an estuarine fish. Global Change Biology 20:1844-1860.

Thresher, R., J.R. Morrongiello, et al. 2014. Parallel decadal variability of inferred water temperatures for Northern and Southern Hemisphere intermediate water masses. Geophysical Research Letters:2013GL058638.

Crook, D. A., J. I. Macdonald, J. R. Morrongiello, C. A. Belcher, D. Lovett, A. Walker, and S. J. Nicol. 2014. Environmental cues and extended estuarine residence in seaward migrating eels (Anguilla australis). Freshwater Biology 59:1710-1720.

Koster, W. M., D. R. Dawson, J. R. Morrongiello, and D. A. Crook. 2014. Spawning season movements of Macquarie perch (Macquaria australasica) in the Yarra River, Victoria. Australian Journal of Zoology 61:386-394.

Morrongiello, J. R., N. R. Bond, D. A. Crook, and B. B. M. Wong. 2013. Intra-specific variation in the growth and survival of juvenile fish exposed to Eucalyptus leachate. Ecology and Evolution 3:3855-3867.

Morrongiello, J. R., R. E. Thresher, and D. C. Smith. 2012. Aquatic biochronologies and climate change. Nature Climate Change 2:849-857.

Morrongiello, J. R., N. R. Bond, D. A. Crook, and B. B. M. Wong. 2012. Spatial variation in egg size and egg number reflects trade-offs and bet-hedging in a freshwater fish. Journal of Animal Ecology 81:806-817.

Morrongiello, J. R., D. A. Crook, A. J. King, D. S. L. Ramsey, and P. Brown. 2011. Impacts of drought and predicted effects of climate change on fish growth in temperate Australian lakes. Global Change Biology 17:745-755.

Morrongiello, J. R., et al. 2011. Climate change and its implications for Australia’s freshwater fish. Marine and Freshwater Research 62:1082-1098.

Morrongiello, J. R., N. R. Bond, D. A. Crook, and B. B. M. Wong. 2011. Eucalyptus leachate inhibits reproduction in a freshwater fish. Freshwater Biology 56:1736-1745.

Barbee, N. C., R. Hale, J. Morrongiello, A. Hicks, D. Semmens, B. J. Downes, and S. E. Swearer. 2011. Large-scale variation in life history traits of the widespread diadromous fish, Galaxias maculatus, reflects geographic differences in local environmental conditions. Marine and Freshwater Research 62:790-800.

Morrongiello, J. R., N. R. Bond, D. A. Crook, and B. B. M. Wong. 2010. Nuptial coloration varies with ambient light environment in a freshwater fish. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 23:2718-2725.

Tonkin, Z., A. King, J. Mahoney, and J. Morrongiello. 2007. Diel and spatial drifting patterns of silver perch Bidyanus bidyanus eggs in an Australian lowland river. Journal of Fish Biology 70:313-317.

THESES AND REPORTS

Morrongiello, J. R. 2011. Life history variation along environmental gradients in a freshwater fish, the southern pygmy perch Nannoperca australis. PhD thesis. Monash University, Melbourne.

O’Connor, J., A. King, Z. Tonkin, J. Morrongiello, and C. Todd. 2008. Fish in the Murray Valley and Torrumbarry Irrigation Areas. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Department of Sustainability and Environment.

Morrongiello, J., J. Elith, and D. Crook. 2006. Impacts of drought on fish in Victorian rivers and streams. Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Heidelberg, Australia.

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