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Details of Professor Corey James Alexander Bradshaw   


PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Matthew Flinders Fellow in Global Ecology
Department School of Biological Sciences
Institution
Address
Flinders University, Faculty of Science & Engineering GPO Box 2100
Adelaide
SA
5001
Australia
Regions Sea of Azov
Nationality Australia
Tel 61 8 8201 2090
Email
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Website http://ConservationBytes.com, http://www.flinders.edu.au/people/corey.bradshaw
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree BSc, MSc, PhD
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Fisheries, Aquaculture
Research Activities My research is mainly in the area of global-change ecology — how human endeavour and climate fluctuations have altered past, present and future ecosystems. My most important contributions have been in the area of applied ecology, biodiversity conservation, theoretical ecology, extinction dynamics, human demography, species responses to climate change, disease ecology, and applying ecological theory and modelling techniques to hindcast prehistoric ecosystems. My work has provided environmental policy advice around the world, and my papers are highly cited.
Research Region 94, 93, 71, 100, 84, 58, 95
Working languages English, French
Skills/Expertise
  • Community ecology
  • Ecological sustainability
  • Energy security
  • Palaeo-ecology and palaeo-climate
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Professor Corey BRADSHAW)

SPEED, CW, IC FIELD, MG MEEKAN, CJA BRADSHAW. 2010. Complexities of coastal shark movements and their implications for management. Marine Ecology Progress Series 408:275-293. doi:10.3354/meps08581
MELLIN, C, C HUCHERY, MJ CALEY, MG MEEKAN, CJA BRADSHAW. 2010. Reef size and isolation determine the temporal stability of coral reef fish populations. Ecology doi:10.1890/10-0267.1
MELLIN, C, CJA BRADSHAW, MG MEEKAN, MJ CALEY. 2010. Environmental and spatial predictors of species richness and abundance in coral reef fishes. Global Ecology and Biogeography 19: 212-222. doi:10.1111/j.1466-8238.2009.00513.x
FIELD, IC, MG MEEKAN, RC BUCKWORTH, CJA BRADSHAW. 2009. Protein mining the world’s oceans: Australasia as an example of illegal expansion-and-displacement fishing. Fish and Fisheries 10: 323-328. doi:10.1111/j.1467-2979.2009.00325.x
BRADSHAW, CJA, BM FITZPATRICK, CC STEINBERG, BW BROOK, MG MEEKAN. 2008. Decline in whale shark size and abundance at Ningaloo Reef over the past decade: the world’s largest fish is getting smaller. Biological Conservation 141: 1894-1905. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2008.05.007
SIMS, DW, EJ SOUTHALL, NJ HUMPHRIES, GC HAYS, CJA BRADSHAW, JW PITCHFORD, A JAMES, MZ AHMED, AS BRIERLEY, MA HINDELL, D MORRITT, MK MUSYL, D RIGHTON, ELC SHEPARD, VJ WEARMOUTH, RP WILSON, MJ WITT, JD METCALFE. 2008. Scaling laws of marine predator search behaviour. Nature 451: 1098-1102. doi:10.1038/nature06518
HAYS, GC, CJA BRADSHAW, MC JAMES, P LOVELL, DW SIMS. 2007. Why do Argos satellite tags deployed on marine animals stop transmitting? Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 349: 52-60. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2007.04.016
BRADSHAW, CJA, CR MCMAHON, GC HAYS. 2007. Behavioural inference of diving metabolic rate in free-ranging leatherback turtles. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 80: 209-219. doi:10.1086/511142
BRADSHAW, CJA, HF MOLLET, MG MEEKAN. 2007. Inferring population trends for the world’s largest fish from mark-recapture estimates of survival. Journal of Animal Ecology 76: 480-489. doi:10.1111/j.1365-2656.2006.01201.x
BRADSHAW, CJA, DW SIMS, GC HAYS. 2007. Measurement error causes scale-dependent threshold erosion of biological signals extracted from animal movement data. Ecological Applications 77: 628-638. doi:10.1890/06-0964
OTWAY, NM, CJA BRADSHAW, RG HARCOURT. 2004. Estimating the rate of quasi-extinction of the Australian grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) population using deterministic age- and stage-classified models. Biological Conservation 119: 341-350. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2003.11.017
FIELD, IC, MG MEEKAN, RC BUCKWORTH, CJA BRADSHAW. 2009. Susceptibility of sharks, rays and chimaeras to global extinction. Advances in Marine Biology 56: 275-363. doi:10.1016/S0065-2881(09)56004-X


Created: 2010-09-17 Last Updated: 2017-01-26 by Corey BRADSHAW