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  1. Can the movements of Barramundi in the Fly River Region, Papua New guinea be traced to their otoliths : Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science 50(6) 2000 p.855-868
Milton, D.A.; Chenery, S.R.N.
In: Estuarine, coastal and shelf science, Estuarine Coastal and Shelf Science Vol. 50 pt/no 6, p.855-868
Milton, D.A. (Author)00152Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  2. Distribution of seabirds at sea in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia
BLABER, S.J.M.; Milton, D.A.
In: Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 45, 445-454
BLABER, S.J.M. (Author)598.4ArticleAdd To Basket
  3. Identifying the spawning estuaries of the tropical shad, terubok Tenualosa toli, using otolith microchemistry
Milton, D.A.; Chenery, S.R.N.
Milton, D.A. (Author)BGS Staff Paper 03095Survey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  4. Movement patterns of barramundi Lates calcarifer, inferred from 87-Sr/86-Sr and Sr/Ca ratios in otoliths, indicate non-participation in spawning : Marine Ecology Progress Series Vol. 301 (2005)
Milton, D.A.; Chenery, S.R.N.
Milton, D.A. (Author)Electronic onlySurvey staff (external publication)Add To Basket
  5. Movement patterns of the tropical shad hilsa (tenualosa ilisha) inferred from transects of sr-87/sr-86 isotope ratios in their otoliths : Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences Vol. 60 pt/no 11 (2003) p.1376-1385
Milton, D.A.; Chenery, S.R.N.
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