Publications: Chaplin, Jennifer
Moore, G. and Chaplin, J.A. (2012) Contrasting evolutionary histories for sister species of Australian Salmon. In: ASFB & OCS 2012 Joint Conference & Symposium, 15 - 18 July, Adelaide, Australia.
Sulin, E., Hesp, A., Hall, N.G. and Chaplin, J.A. (2012) Size and age compositions and growth of King George Whiting (Sillaginodes punctata) in south-western Australia. In: ASFB & OCS 2012 Joint Conference & Symposium, 15 - 18 July, Adelaide, Australia.
Phillips, N., Chaplin, J., Morgan, D. and Peverell, S. (2012) Stock structure in the Indo-West Pacific Pristis sawfishes: the importance of habitat use in the evolution of sex-biased dispersal. In: World Congress of Herpetology, 8 - 14 August, Vancouver, Canada.
Gardner, M.J., Chaplin, J.A. and Shaw, K.M. (2011) Development and characterisation of novel microsatellite loci for the baldchin groper (Choerodon rubescens) and cross-amplification in seven other labrid species. Conservation Genetics Resources, 3 (3). pp. 461-466.
Morgan, D.L., Whitty, J.M., Phillips, N.M., Thorburn, D.C., Chaplin, J.A. and McAuley, R. (2011) North-western Australia as a hotspot for endangered Elasmobranchs with particular reference to sawfishes and the Northern river Shark. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 94 (2). pp. 345-358.
Phillips, N.M., Chaplin, J.A., Morgan, D.L. and Peverell, S.C. (2011) Population genetic structure and genetic diversity of three critically endangered Pristis sawfishes in Australian waters. Marine Biology, 158 (4). pp. 903-915.
Gardner, M.J., Cottingham, A., Phillips, N.M., Hesp, S.A., Chaplin, J.A. and Jenkins, G.I. (2010) Biological performance and genetics of restocked and wild bream in the Blackwood River Estuary. Report to the West Australian Fish Foundation. Project funded by the Department of Fisheries, Western Australia.
Gardner, M.J., Chaplin, J., Hesp, S.A. and Potter, I.C. (2009) Comparisons between the biological performance and genetic composition of restocked versus wild black bream, Acanthopagrus butcheri, in the Blackwood Rivery Estuary. In: 8th Indo Pacific Fish Conference & 2009 ASFB Workshop and Conference, 31 May - 5 June, Fremantle, western Australia.
Phillips, N., Chaplin, J., Morgan, D.L. and Peverell, S. (2009) Extraction and amplification of DNA from the dried rostra of sawfishes (Pristidae) for applications in conservation genetics. Pacific Conservation Biology, 15 (2). pp. 128-134.
Phillips, N.M., Whitty, J.M., Morgan, D.L., Chaplin, J.A., Thorburn, D.C. and Peverell, S.C. (2009) Freshwater Sawfish (Pristis microdon) movements and population demographics in the Fitzroy River, Western Australia and genetic analysis of P. microdon and Pristis zijsron. Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research, Western Australia.
Chaplin, J., Sezmiş, E., Calver, M.C. and Moore, G. (2009) A preliminary assessment of the number, abundance, distribution and characteristics of lineages of Thenus from selected areas of Borneo East Malaysia and Vietnam. , Report for Lobster Harvest Co.
Morgan, D., Thorburn, D., Whitty, J., Phillips, N. and Chaplin, J. (2008) Fish projects in the Fitzroy River, Kimberley, Western Australia ‐ research by the Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research, Murdoch University. In: Australian Society for Fish Biology Conference and Workshop, 15 - 18 September, Sydney, Australia.
Whitty, J.M., Phillips, N.M., Morgan, D.L., Chaplin, J.A., Thorburn, D.C. and Peverell, S.C. (2008) Habitat associations of freshwater sawfish (Pristis microdon) and Northern River sharks (Glyphis sp. C): including genetic analysis of P. microdon across northern Australia. Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research, Western Australia.
Phillips, N., Chaplin, J., Morgan, D. and Beatty, S. (2008) The evolutionary significance of Balston’s Pygmy Perch and Mud Minnow populations in the Blackwood River. Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research, Western Australia.
Partridge, G.J., Sarre, G.A., Hall, N.G., Jenkins, G.I., Chaplin, J. and Potter, I.C. (2004) Comparisons between the growth of Acanthopagrus butcheri cultured from broodstock from two estuarine populations that are reproductively isolated and differ markedly in growth rate. Aquaculture, 231 (1-4). pp. 51-58.