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Adjunct Research Associate
Dr Halford is interested in the community ecology and metapopulation structure of coral-reef fishes.
Raymundo, L. J., A. R. Halford, A. P. Maypa and A. M. Kerr. 2009. Functionally diverse reef-fish communities ameliorate coral disease. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, U.S.A. 106: 17076-17070.
Halford AR, Cheal AJ, Ryan DAJ and Williams DMcB (2004) Resilience to large-scale disturbance in coral and fish assemblages on the Great Barrier Reef. Ecology. 85: 1892-1905.
Meekan MG, Wilson SG, Halford AR and Retzel A (2001) A comparison of catches of fishes and invertebrates by two light trap designs in tropical NW Australia. Marine Biology. 139: 373-381.
McIlwain JL and Halford AR (2001) A quantitative assessment of the fish and benthic assemblages associated with the Point Murat Navy Pier, Exmouth Gulf. A report to the Australian Royal Navy, Exmouth. 21 p.
Dr. Andrew R. Halford
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