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Details of Associate Prof. Gretta Tatyana Pecl   


Gender female
Job title Deputy Associate Dean Research
University of Tasmania, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies Private Bag 129
Regions Sea of Azov
Nationality Australia
Tel 61 3 62277277
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Website http://www.utas.edu.au/profiles/staff/imas/Gretta-Pecl, http://www.redmap.org.au/
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Degree PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities * Impacts of climate change on marine resources * Interdisciplinary approaches to assess adaptation options for fisheries * Environment-biology interactions * Movement, migration & population linkages of mobile commercial species * Assessing effectiveness of spatial management * Life history, population dynamics and stock assessment of commercial cephalopods
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Associate Prof. Gretta PECL)

? Last P, White W, Gledhill D, Hobday A, Brown R, Edgar G, Pecl G (2011). Long-term shifts in abundance and distribution of a temperate fish fauna: a response to climate change and fishing practices Global Ecology and Biogeography 20(1): 58-72.
? Pecl GT, Doubleday Z, Danyushevsky L, Gilbert S, Moltschaniwskyj NA (2010). Transgenerational marking of cephalopods with an enriched barium isotope: a promising tool for empirically estimating post-hatching movement and population connectivity. ICES Journal of Marine Science: 67(7):1372-1380.
? André J, Haddon M, Pecl GT (2010). Modelling climate-change-induced nonlinear thresholds in cephalopod population dynamics. Global Change 16(10): 2866-2875.
? André J, Pecl GT, Grist EPM, Semmens JM, Haddon M, Leporati S (2009). Modelling size-at-age in wild immature female octopus: a bioenergetics approach. Marine Ecology Progress Series 384: 159-174.
? Pecl G, Frusher S, Gardner C, Haward M, Hobday A, Jennings S, Nursey-Bray M, Punt A, Revill H, van Putten I (2009). The east coast Tasmanian rock lobster fishery ? vulnerability to climate change impacts and adaptation response options. Report to Dept of Climate Change, Australia.http://www.climatechange.gov.au/publications/coastline/east-coast-rock-lobster.aspx
? Andre A, Grist EPM, Semmens JM, Pecl GT & Segawa S (2009). Effects of temperature on energetics & the growth pattern of benthic octopuses Marine Ecology Progress Series 374: 167-179
? Kuipers, MR, GT Pecl, NA Moltschaniwskyj (2008). Batch or trickle: understanding the multiple spawning strategy of southern calamary, Sepioteuthis australis. Marine and Freshwater Research 59:987?997.
? Leporati SC, Pecl GT & Semmens JM (2008). Reproductive status of Octopus pallidus, and its relationship to age and size. Marine Biology 367: 213-222.
? Doubleday Z, Pecl GT, Semmens JM & Danyushevsky L (2008) Using stylet elemental signatures to determine the population structure of Octopus maorum. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 360: 125-133.
? Leporati SC, Semmens JM & Pecl GT (2008). Determining the age and growth of wild octopus using stylet increment analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series 367: 213-222.
? Doubleday ZA, Pecl GT, Semmens JM & Danyushevsky L (2008). Stylet elemental signatures indicate population structure in a holobenthic octopus species (Octopus pallidus). Marine Ecology Progress Series
? Pecl GT & Jackson GD (2008). The potential impacts of climate change on inshore squid: biology, ecology and fisheries. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 18: 373-385.
? Andre J, Pecl GT, Semmens JM & Grist E (2008). Early life-history processes in benthic octopus. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 354: 81-92
? Ziegler PE, Lyle JM, Pecl GT, Moltschaniwskyj NA & Haddon M (2007). Tasmanian Scalefish Fishery ? 2006. Fishery Assessment Report. Tasmanian Aquaculture and Fisheries Institute, University of Tasmania. http://www.utas.edu.au/tafi/PDF_files/FF_FAR_2006_Final_cover.pdf
? Moltschaniwskyj NA & Pecl GT (2007). Spawning aggregations of squid (Sepioteuthis australis) populations: fisheries management of a continuum of ?micro-cohorts?. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 17: 183-195
? Leporati SC, Pecl GT & Semmens JM (2007). Cephalopod hatchling growth: the effects of initial size and temperature. Marine Biology, 151: 1375-1383
? Semmens JM, Pecl GT, Gillanders BM, Waluda CM, Shea EK, Jouffre D, Ichii T, Zumholz K, Leporati SC, Katugin ON & Shaw PW (2007). Multi-faceted approaches to resolving cephalopod movement and migration patterns. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, 17: 401- 423
? Doubleday Z, Bolton D, Pecl GT & Semmens JM (2007). Quantitative elemental imaging of octopus stylets using PIXE and the nuclear microprobe. Nuclear Inst and Methods in Physics Research B 266: 67-72.
? Hibberd T & Pecl GT (2007). Effects of commercial fishing on the population structure of spawning southern calamary (Sepioteuthis australis). Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. 17: 207-221
? Pecl GT & Jackson GD (in press). How climate change may influence loliginid squid populations (extended abstract). GLOBEC CLIOTOP Hawaii 2006 Symposia Proceedings.
? Pecl GT & Moltschaniwskyj NA (2006). Life history of a short-lived squid (Sepioteuthis australis): resource allocation as a function of size, growth, maturation, and hatching season. ICES Journal of Marine Science 63: 995-1004
? Doubleday Z, Semmens JS, Pecl GT & Jackson GD (2006). A first in octopus research: the development of an accurate ageing method. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 338: 35-42
? Pecl GT, Tracey SR, Semmens JM & Jackson GD (2006) Use of acoustic telemetry for spatial management of southern calamary, Sepioteuthis australis, a highly mobile inshore squid species. Marine Ecology Progress Series 328: 1-15 **FEATURE ARTICLE FOR VOLUME**
? Semmens,JS, Pecl GT, Villanueva R, Jouffre D, Sobrino I, Wood JB, & Rigby PR (2004). Understanding octopus growth: patterns, variability and physiology. Marine and Freshwater Research 55: 367-377.
? Pecl GT (2004). The insitu relationships between season of hatching, growth and condition of southern calamary, Sepioteuthis australis. Marine and Freshwater Research 55: 429-438
? Pecl GT, Steer MA & Hodgson KE (2004). The role of hatchling size in generating the intrinsic size-at-age variability of cephalopods: extending the Forsythe hypothesis. Marine and Freshwater Research 55: 387-394
? Pecl GT, Moltschaniwskyj NA, Tracey S & Jordan A (2004). Inter-annual plasticity of squid life-history and population structure: Ecological and management implications. Oecologia 139: 515-524.
? Pecl GT & Jackson GD (2004). The potential effects of climate change on southern calamary in Tasmanian waters: biology, ecology & fisheries. Short paper for WWF U.S. http://www.panda.org/about_wwf/what_we_do/marine/publications/index.cfm?uNewsID=51982
? Moltschaniwskyj NA, Pecl GT, Lyle J, Haddon M, Steer M & Tracey S (2003). Population dynamics and reproductive ecology of the southern calamary in Tasmania. FRDC Report No. 2000/121.
? Moltschaniwskyj NA & Pecl GT (2003). Small-scale spatial and temporal patterns of egg production by the temperate loliginid squid Sepioteuthis australis. Marine Biology 142: 509-516.
? Steer MA, Pecl GT & Moltschaniwskyj NA (2003). Are bigger calamary Sepioteuthis australis hatchlings more likely to recruit? A study based on statolith dimensions. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 261: 175-182
? Tracey SR, Steer MA & Pecl GT (2003). Life history traits of the temperate Mini-Maximalist Idiosepius notoides (Cephalopoda: Sepioidea). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the U.K, 83: 1297-1300.
? Jackson GD & Pecl GT (2003). The dynamics of the summer spawning population of the loliginid squid Sepioteuthis australis in Tasmania, Australia ? a conveyor belt of cohorts. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 60: 290-296.
? Moltschaniwskyj NA, Pecl GT & JM Lyle (2002). An assessment of the use of short-term closures to protect spawning southern calamary aggregations from fishing pressure in Tasmania, Australia. Bulletin of Marine Science, 70 (1): 501-514.
? Pecl GT (2001). Flexible spawning strategies in tropical and temperate Sepioteuthis squids. Marine Biology 138: 93-101.
? Pecl GT & Moltschaniwskyj NA(1999). Somatic growth processes: How are they altered in captivity? Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 266: 1133-1139.
? Pecl GT & Moltschaniwskyj NA (1997). Changes in muscle structure associated with growth in a tropical cephalopod. Journal of Zoology, London 242: 751-764.
? Pecl GT, Tracey SR, Danyushevsky L, Wotherspoon S, Moltschaniwskyj NA (in press). Elemental fingerprints of southern calamary reveal local recruitment sources and allow assessment of the importance of closed areas, Canadian Journal of fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.
? Johnson, CR, Banks, SC, Barrett, NS, Cazzasus, F, Dunstan, PK, Edgar, GJ, Frusher, SD, Gardner, C, Helidoniotis, F, Hill, KL, Holbrook, NJ, Hosie, GW, Last, PR, Ling, SD, Melbourne-Thomas, J, Miller, K, Pecl, GT, Richardson, AJ, Ridgway, KR, Rintoul, SR, Ritz, DA, Ross, J, Sanderson, C, Shepherd, S, Slotwinski, A, Swadling, KM, Tawd, N (in press). Climate change cascades: shifts in oceanography, species? ranges and marine community dynamics in eastern Tasmania, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.

Created: 2007-09-08 Last Updated: 2016-07-08 by Gretta PECL