Publications: Sarre, Gavin
Beatty, S.J., Morgan, D.L., Keleher, J., Allen, M.G. and Sarre, G.A. (2013) The tropical South American cichlid, Geophagus brasiliensis in Mediterranean climatic south-western Australia. Aquatic Invasions, 8 (1). pp. 21-36.
Beatty, S., Morgan, D., Sarre, G., Cottingham, A. and Buckland, A. (2010) Assessment of the distribution and population viability of the Pearl Cichlid in the Swan River catchment, Western Australia. Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research, Western Australia.
Morgan, D.L., Beatty, S.J. and Sarre, G.A. (2009) Ascending the Avon: fishes of the Northam Pool, and the Swan-Avon catchment. Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research, Western Australia.
Partridge, G.J., Sarre, G.A., Ginbey, B.M., Kay, G.D. and Jenkins, G.I. (2006) Finfish production in a static, inland saline water body using a Semi-Intensive Floating Tank System (SIFTS). Aquacultural Engineering, 35 (2). pp. 109-121.
Jenkins, G.I., French, D.J.W., Potter, I.C., de Lestang, S., Hall, N., Partridge, G.J., Hesp, S.A. and Sarre, G.A. (2006) Restocking the Blackwood River Estuary with the Black Bream Acanthopagrus butcheri. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation Report.
Doupé, R.G., Sarre, G.A., Partridge, G.J., Lymbery, A.J. and Jenkins, G.I. (2005) What are the prospects for black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri (Munro) aquaculture in salt-affected inland Australia? Aquaculture Research, 36 (14). pp. 1345-1355.
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.
Sarre, G.A., Partridge, G.J., Jenkins, G.I., Potter, I.C. and Tiivel, D.J. (2003) Factors required for the successful aquaculture of black bream (Acanthopagrus butcheri) in inland water bodies. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation.
Doupé, R., Lymbery, A., Sarre, G., Jenkins, G., Partridge, G. and George, R. (2003) The national research and development plan for commercial inland saline aquaculture: a view from afar. Natural Resource Management, 6 (1). pp. 31-34.
Gill, H., Morgan, D., Sarre, G., Hambleton, S., Ginbey, B., Bardsley, B., Rowland, S., Thurstan, S., Humphries, P., Pen, L., Cribb, A., Thorne, T., Chalmers, C., Jones, B., Looby, G., McCrea, J., Molony, B., Lenanton, R., Machin, D. and Astbury, C. (2003) The translocation of golden perch, Murray cod and Australian bass, into and within Western Australia, for the purposes of recreational stocking, domestic stocking and commercial and non-commercial aquaculture. Western Australia. Dept. of Fisheries, Western Australia.
Sarre, G.A., Platell, M.E. and Potter, I.C. (2000) Do the dietary compositions of Acanthopagrus butcheri in four estuaries and a coastal lake vary with body size and season and within and amongst these water bodies? Journal of Fish Biology, 56 (1). pp. 103-122.
Sarre, G.A. and Potter, I.C. (2000) Variation in age compositions and growth rates of Acanthopagrus butcheri (Sparidae) among estuaries: Some possible contributing factors. Fishery Bulletin, 98 (4). pp. 785-799.
Sarre, Gavin A. (1999) Age compositions, growth rates, reproductive biology and diets of the black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri in four estuaries and a coastal saline lake in south-western Australia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.
Sarre, G.A. and Potter, I.C. (1999) Comparisons between the reproductive biology of black bream Acanthopagrus butcheri (Teleostei: Sparidae) in four estuaries with widely differing characteristics. International Journal of Salt Lake Research, 8 (3). pp. 179-210.
Sarre, G.A., Hyndes, G.A. and Potter, I.C. (1997) Habitat, reproductive biology and size composition of Parequula melbournensis, a gerreid with a temperate distribution. Journal of Fish Biology, 50 (2). pp. 341-357.
Platell, M.E., Sarre, G.A. and Potter, I.C. (1997) The diets of two co-occurring marine teleosts, Parequula melbournensis and Pseudocaranx wrighti, and their relationships to body size and mouth morphology, and the season and location of capture. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 49 (3). pp. 361-376.