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Researcher: Moore, BR (Mr Bradley Moore)

Fields of Research

Fisheries Management
Ecosystem Function
Ecological Impacts of Climate Change
Aquatic Ecosystem Studies and Stock Assessment
Fish Pests and Diseases
Environmental Monitoring

Research Objectives

Wild Caught Fin Fish (excl. Tuna)
Fisheries - Wild Caught
Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Coastal and Estuarine Environments
Aquaculture Molluscs (excl. Oysters)
Wild Caught Tuna
Climate Change Adaptation Measures
Effects of Climate Change and Variability on the South Pacific (excl. Australia and New Zealand) (excl. Social Impacts)
Ecosystem Assessment and Management of Marine Environments

Career Best Publications

Research Publications

Adaptations to maintain the contributions of small-scale fisheries to food security in the Pacific Islands; Marine Policy
Assessing connectivity of a tropical estuarine teleost through otolith elemental profiles; Marine Ecology - Progress Series
Assessing Tropical Marine Invertebrates: a Manual for Pacific Island Resource Managers; Secretariat of the Pacific Community
Benthic shift in a Solomon Islands' lagoon: corals to cyanobacteria; 12th International Coral Reef Symposium
Chapter 11. The Pacific Island Region: Fisheries, Aquaculture and Climate Change; Climate Change Impacts on Fisheries and Aquaculture: A Global Analysis
High sedimentary oxygen consumption indicates that sewage input from small islands drives benthic community shifts on overfished reefs; Environmental Conservation
Identification guide to the common coastal food fishes of the Pacific Islands region; Pacific Community
Interactions between artisanal and industrial tuna fisheries: insights from a decade of tagging experiments; Marine Policy
International workshop on advancing methods to overcome challenges associated with life history and stock assessments of data-poor deep-water snappers and groupers; Marine Policy
Overexploitation causes profound demographic changes to the protandrous hermaphrodite king threadfin (Polydactylus macrochir) in Queensland’s Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia; Fisheries Research
Parasites as indicators of movement and population connectivity of a non-diadromous, tropical estuarine teleost: king threadfin Polydactylus macrochir; Journal of Fish Biology
Parasites as valuable stock markers for fisheries in Australasia, East Asia and the Pacific Islands; Parasitology
Quantifying the conservation value of seascape connectivity: a global synthesis; Global Ecology and Biogeography
Spatial patterns in the demography of a large estuarine teleost: king threadfin, Polydactylus macrochir; Marine and Freshwater Research
Spatial variation in life history reveals insight into connectivity and geographic population structure of a tropical estuarine teleost: king threadfin, Polydactylus macrochir; Fisheries Research
Stock discrimination and movements of narrow-barred Spanish mackerel across northern Australia as indicated by parasites; Journal of Fish Biology
Stock structure of blue threadfin Eleutheronema tetradactylum across northern Australia as inferred from stable isotopes in sagittal otolith carbonate; Fisheries Management and Ecology
Stock structure of blue threadfin Eleutheronema tetradactylum across northern Australia, as indicated by parasites; Journal of Fish Biology
The development of a positive non-infectious control for the detection of Perkinsus using the Ray test; Journal of Shellfish Research
Variation in stable isotope (δ18O and δ13C) signatures in the sagittal otolith carbonate of king threadfin, Polydactylus macrochir across northern Australia reveals multifaceted stock structure; Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology

Research Projects

Research Candidate Supervision