Ronald Baker
Ronald Baker
Department of Marine Sciences, University of South Alabama, and Dauphin Island Sea Lab
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The seascape nursery: a novel spatial approach to identify and manage nurseries for coastal marine fauna
I Nagelkerken, M Sheaves, R Baker, RM Connolly
Fish and Fisheries 16, 362-371, 2015
True Value of Estuarine and Coastal Nurseries for Fish: Incorporating Complexity and Dynamics
M Sheaves, R Baker, I Nagelkerken, RM Connolly
Estuaries and Coasts 38, 401-414, 2015
Fish gut content analysis: robust measures of diet composition
R Baker, A Buckland, M Sheaves
Fish and Fisheries 15 (1), 170-177, 2014
Redefining the piscivore assemblage of shallow estuarine nursery habitats
R Baker, M Sheaves
Marine Ecology Progress Series 291, 197-213, 2005
Standardising fish stomach content analysis: The importance of prey condition
A Buckland, R Baker, N Loneragan, M Sheaves
Fisheries Research 196, 126-140, 2017
Marine nurseries and effective juvenile habitats: an alternative view
M Sheaves, R Baker, R Johnston
Marine Ecology Progress Series 318, 303-306, 2006
Geographic variability in salt marsh flooding patterns may affect nursery value for fishery species
TJ Minello, LP Rozas, R Baker
Estuaries and coasts 35 (2), 501-514, 2012
Trophic ecology of large predatory reef fishes: energy pathways, trophic level, and implications for fisheries in a changing climate
AJ Frisch, M Ireland, R Baker
Marine Biology, 1-13, 2013
Use of mangroves by fish: new insights from in‑forest videos
M Sheaves, R Johnston, R Baker
Marine Ecology Progress Series 549, 167-182, 2016
Habitat-specific food webs and trophic interactions supporting coastal-dependent fishery species: an Australian case study
KG Abrantes, A Barnett, R Baker, M Sheaves
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 25 (2), 337-363, 2015
Context is more important than habitat type in determining use by juvenile fish
M Bradley, R Baker, I Nagelkerken, M Sheaves
Landscape Ecology, 2019
Shallow-water refuge paradigm: conflicting evidence from tethering experiments in a tropical estuary
R Baker, M Sheaves
Marine Ecology Progress Series 349, 13-22, 2007
Hydrodynamic regulation of salt marsh contributions to aquatic food webs
R Baker, B Fry, LP Rozas, TJ Minello
Marine Ecology Progress Series 490, 37-52, 2013
Visual surveys reveal high densities of large piscivores in shallow estuarine nurseries
R Baker, M Sheaves
Marine ecology progress series 323, 75-82, 2006
Sportfisheries, conservation and sustainable livelihoods: a multidisciplinary guide to developing best practice
A Barnett, KG Abrantes, R Baker, AS Diedrich, M Farr, A Kuilboer, ...
Fish and Fisheries 17 (3), 696-713, 2016
Human Actions Alter Tidal Marsh Seascapes and the Provision of Ecosystem Services
BL Gilby, MP Weinstein, R Baker, J Cebrian, SB Alford, A Chelsky, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 44, 1628-1636, 2021
Hidden Components in Tropical Seascapes: Deep-Estuary Habitats Support Unique Fish Assemblages
M Bradley, R Baker, M Sheaves
Estuaries and Coasts 40 (4), 1195-1206, 2017
A quantitative comparison of recreational spearfishing and linefishing on the Great Barrier Reef: implications for management of multi-sector coral reef fisheries
AJ Frisch, R Baker, JPA Hobbs, L Nankervis
Coral Reefs 27 (1), 85-95, 2008
Importance of estuarine mangroves to juvenile banana prawns
M Sheaves, R Johnston, RM Connolly, R Baker
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 114, 208-219, 2012
Climate change implications for tidal marshes and food web linkages to estuarine and coastal nekton
DD Colombano, SY Litvin, SL Ziegler, SB Alford, R Baker, MA Barbeau, ...
Estuaries and Coasts 44, 1637-1648, 2021
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