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Lenanton, R., St John, J., Keay, I., Wakefield, C., Jackson, G., Wise, B. and Gaughan, D. (2009) Spatial scales of exploitation among populations of demersal scalefish: implications for management. Part 2: Stock structure and biology of two indicator species, West Australian dhufish (Glaucosoma hebraicum) and pink snapper (Pagrus auratus), in the West Coast Bioregion. Final FRDC Report Project No. 2003/052, Fisheries Research Report No. 174. Department of Fisheries, Western Australia


Wise, Brent Stephen (2005) Age composition and growth rates of selected fish species in Western Australia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.


Ayvazian, S.G., Jones, G.K., Fairclough, D., Potter, I.C., Wise, B.S. and Dimmlich, W.F. (2000) Stock assessment of Australian herring. Fisheries Research and Development Corporation, Project 96/105


Young, G.C., Wise, B.S. and Ayvazian, S.G. (1999) A tagging study on tailor (Pomatomus saltatrix) in Western Australian waters: their movement, exploitation, growth and mortality. Marine and Freshwater Research, 50 (7). pp. 633-642.


Gill, H.S., Wise, B.S., Potter, I.C. and Chaplin, J.A. (1996) Biannual spawning periods and resultant divergent patterns of growth in the estuarine goby Pseudogobius olorum: temperature-induced? Marine Biology, 125 (3). pp. 453-466.


Wise, B.S., Potter, I.C. and Wallace, J.H. (1994) Growth, movements and diet of the terapontid Amniataba caudavittata in an Australian estuary. Journal of Fish Biology, 45 (6). pp. 917-931.

Potter, I.C., Neira, F.J., Wise, B.S. and Wallace, J.H. (1994) Reproductive biology and larval development of the terapontid Amniataba caudavittata, including comparisons with the reproductive strategies of other estuarine teleosts in temperate Western Australia. Journal of Fish Biology, 45 (1). pp. 57-74.

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