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Matt G. Jarvis
Matt G. Jarvis
Department of Zoology, University of Otago
Verified email at postgrad.otago.ac.nz - Homepage
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To sea or not to sea? Multiple lines of evidence reveal the contribution of non‐diadromous recruitment for supporting endemic fish populations within New Zealand's longest river
BO David, M Jarvis, D Ízkundakci, KJ Collier, AS Hicks, MR Reid
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2019
262019
Lake and species specific patterns of non-diadromous recruitment in amphidromous fish: the importance of local recruitment and habitat requirements
AS Hicks, MG Jarvis, BO David, JM Waters, MD Norman, GP Closs
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (12), 2315-2323, 2017
262017
Larval drift of amphidromous Gobiomorphus spp. in a New Zealand coastal stream: a critical spatial and temporal window for protection
MG Jarvis, GP Closs
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 49 (4), 439-447, 2015
182015
Water infrastructure and the migrations of amphidromous species: impacts and research requirements
MG Jarvis, GP Closs
Journal of Ecohydraulics 4 (1), 4-13, 2019
152019
Rotenone treatment has a short-term effect on New Zealand stream macroinvertebrate communities
L Pham, MG Jarvis, D West, GP Closs
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 52 (1), 42-54, 2018
152018
Otolith microchemistry indicates regional phylopatry in the larval phase of an amphidromous fish (Gobiomorphus hubbsi)
ML Warburton, MG Jarvis, GP Closs
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 52 (3), 398-408, 2018
122018
The spawning and early life-history of a New Zealand endemic amphidromous eleotrid, bluegill bully (Gobiomorphus hubbsi)
MG Jarvis, HA Harland, ML Warburton, GP Closs
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 52, 55-68, 2018
92018
Straying of brown trout in the catchment of a large New Zealand river evaluated by otolith microchemistry
PB Mikheev, MG Jarvis, CD Matthaei, T Ingram, MR Reid, AI Nikiforov, ...
Ecology of Freshwater Fish 30 (4), 433-443, 2021
62021
Ichthyofaunal assemblages in shallow littoral habitats of permanently open estuaries and intermittently closed and open lakes or lagoons in Otago, New Zealand
F Taddese, M Schallenberg, P Mikheev, MG Jarvis, GP Closs
Marine and Freshwater Research 69 (8), 1222-1230, 2018
62018
Life history plasticity affects the population structure and distribution of the widespread migratory fish Galaxias brevipinnis
AS Hicks, MG Jarvis, RR Easton, JM Waters, BO David, MD Norman, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 72 (4), 542-550, 2020
52020
First capture and description of larval torrentfish (Cheimarrichthys fosteri) during their seaward migration
MG Jarvis, ML Warburton, A Vivancos, GP Closs
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 52 (1), 138-144, 2018
52018
Geomorphological features drive spatiotemporal dynamics of young‐of‐the‐year brown trout populations in a large New Zealand river catchment
PB Mikheev, MG Jarvis, CD Matthaei, T Ingram, AI Nikiforov, GP Closs
Freshwater Biology 65 (8), 1392-1400, 2020
32020
Phylogeography of the Cran’s bully Gobiomorphus basalis (Gobiiformes: Eleotridae) and an analysis of species boundaries within the New Zealand radiation of Gobiomorphus
JJ Shelley, BO David, CE Thacker, AS Hicks, MG Jarvis, PJ Unmack
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 130 (2), 365-381, 2020
32020
First observations and early life-history aspects of lake rearing galaxiid larvae in the lower Waikato River Basin, New Zealand
BO David, M Jarvis, D Ízkundakci, J Smith, IC Duggan, SS Koh, ...
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 57 (4), 495-517, 2023
22023
The Introduced Trout and Char of Australia and New Zealand
M Jarvis, G Closs, M Dedual, L Dorsey, W Fulton, R Gabrielsson, ...
Trout and Char of the World, 573-604, 2019
22019
Otolith chemistry of triplefin Forsterygion nigripenne indicates estuarine residency
F Taddese, M Reid, H Heim-Ballew, MG Jarvis, GP Closs
Fisheries science 87, 271-281, 2021
12021
Is recruitment of brown trout in a New Zealand river driven by parental spawning investment, density dependence, or environmental factors?
M Pavel, M Christoph, I Travis, J Matt, C Gerard
Biological Communications 67 (3), 203-216, 2022
2022
Landscape biogeography and population structuring of a facultatively amphidromous galaxiid fish, Galaxias brevipinnis
J Augspurger, M Jarvis, G Wallis, T King, T Ingram, A Hicks, G Closs
Authorea Preprints, 2021
2021
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