Kay Critchell
Kay Critchell
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Modelling accumulation of marine plastics in the coastal zone; what are the dominant physical processes?
K Critchell, J Lambrechts
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 171, 111-122, 2016
Effects of microplastic exposure on the body condition and behaviour of planktivorous reef fish (Acanthochromis polyacanthus)
K Critchell, MO Hoogenboom
PloS one 13 (3), e0193308, 2018
Modelling the fate of marine debris along a complex shoreline: Lessons from the Great Barrier Reef
K Critchell, A Grech, J Schlaefer, FP Andutta, J Lambrechts, E Wolanski, ...
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 167, 414-426, 2015
Environmental drivers of variation in bleaching severity of Acropora species during an extreme thermal anomaly
MO Hoogenboom, GE Frank, TJ Chase, S Jurriaans, M Álvarez-Noriega, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 376, 2017
Beyond the model: expert knowledge improves predictions of species’ fates under climate change
AE Reside, K Critchell, DM Crayn, M Goosem, S Goosem, CJ Hoskin, ...
Ecological Applications 29 (1), e01824, 2019
Plastic pollution in the coastal environment: current challenges and future solutions
K Critchell, A Bauer-Civiello, C Benham, K Berry, L Eagle, M Hamann, ...
Coasts and estuaries, 595-609, 2019
Input of plastic debris in an urban tropical river system
A Bauer-Civiello, K Critchell, M Hoogenboom, M Hamann
Marine pollution bulletin 144, 235-242, 2019
Does behaviour affect the dispersal of flatback post-hatchlings in the Great Barrier Reef?
N Wildermann, K Critchell, MMPB Fuentes, CJ Limpus, E Wolanski, ...
Royal Society open science 4 (5), 170164, 2017
Plastic pollution and small juvenile marine turtles: a potential evolutionary trap
EM Duncan, AC Broderick, K Critchell, TS Galloway, M Hamann, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science, 961, 2021
Predicting the exposure of coastal species to plastic pollution in a complex island archipelago
K Critchell, M Hamann, N Wildermann, A Grech
Environmental pollution 252, 982-991, 2019
Modelled larval supply predicts coral population recovery potential following disturbance
M Gouezo, E Wolanski, K Critchell, K Fabricius, P Harrison, Y Golbuu, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 661, 127-145, 2021
Marine plant dispersal and connectivity measures differ in their sensitivity to biophysical model parameters
J Schlaefer, A Carter, S Choukroun, R Coles, K Critchell, J Lambrechts, ...
Environmental Modelling & Software 149, 105313, 2022
M Elliott, JW Day, R Ramachandran, E Wolanski, Q Fang, MR Sheehan, ...
ESTUARIES 1 (28), 6, 2019
Statewide assessment of Victorian marine protected areas using existing data April
D Ierodiaconou, M Young, P Porskamp, K Critchell, E Treml, J Pocklington, ...
Deakin University, 2022
Benefits of measurable population connectivity metrics for area-based marine management
NC Krueck, C Tong, C Cox, EA Treml, K Critchell, I Chollett, DS Adhuri, ...
Marine Policy 144, 105210, 2022
Comparing spatial conservation prioritization methods with site versus spatial dependency‐based connectivity
D Muenzel, K Critchell, C Cox, SJ Campbell, R Jakub, I Chollett, N Krueck, ...
Conservation Biology, 2022
Mapping the impacts of multiple stressors on the decline in kelps along the coast of Victoria, Australia
MA Young, K Critchell, AD Miller, EA Treml, M Sams, R Carvalho, ...
Diversity and Distributions, 2022
Statewide assessment of Victorian marine protected areas using existing data
MA Young, P Porskamp, K Critchell, E Treml, D Ierodiaconou, ...
Parks Victoria Technical Series 118, 3, 2022
Benchmark Criteria and Key Components
K Critchell, A Bauer-Civiello, C Benham, K Berry, L Eagle, M Hamann, ...
Elsevier, 2019
Using hydrodynamic models to understand the impacts and risks of plastic pollution
KL Critchell
James Cook University, 2018
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