Publications: Hume, Margaret
French, B., Clarke, K.R., Platell, M.E. and Potter, I.C. (2013) An innovative statistical approach to constructing a readily comprehensible food web for a demersal fish community. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 125 . pp. 43-56.
French, B., Platell, M.E., Clarke, K.R. and Potter, I.C. (2012) Ranking of length-class, seasonal and regional effects on dietary compositions of the co-occurring Pagrus auratus (Sparidae) and Pseudocaranx georgianus (Carangidae). Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science, 115 . pp. 309-325.
Tweedley, J.R., Warwick, R.M., Valesini, F.J., Platell, M.E. and Potter, I.C. (2012) The use of benthic macroinvertebrates to establish a benchmark for evaluating the environmental quality of microtidal, temperate southern hemisphere estuaries. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64 (6). pp. 1210-1221.
Sommerville, E., Platell, M.E., White, W.T., Jones, A.A. and Potter, I.C. (2011) Partitioning of food resources by four abundant, co-occurring elasmobranch species: relationships between diet and both body size and season. Marine and Freshwater Research, 62 (1). pp. 54-65.
Lek, E., Fairclough, D.V., Platell, M.E., Clarke, K.R., Tweedley, J.R. and Potter, I.C. (2011) To what extent are the dietary compositions of three abundant, co-occurring labrid species different and related to latitude, habitat, body size and season? Journal of Fish Biology, 78 (7). pp. 1913-1943.
Platell, M.E., Hesp, S.A., Cossington, S.M., Lek, E., Moore, S.E. and Potter, I.C. (2010) Influence of selected factors on the dietary compositions of three targeted and co-occurring temperate species of reef fishes: implications for food partitioning. Journal of Fish Biology, 76 (6). pp. 1255-1276.
Chuwen, B.M., Platell, M.E. and Potter, I.C. (2007) Dietary compositions of the sparid Acanthopagrus butcheri in three normally closed and variably hypersaline estuaries differ markedly. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 80 (4). pp. 363-376.
Platell, M.E., Orr, P.A. and Potter, I.C. (2006) Inter- and intraspecific partitioning of food resources by six large and abundant fish species in a seasonally open estuary. Journal of Fish Biology, 69 (1). pp. 243-262.