Dr Mike Hickford
Dr Mike Hickford
Research Biologist
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Elevated levels of trace elements in cores of otoliths and their potential for use as natural tags
BI Ruttenberg, SL Hamilton, MJH Hickford, GL Paradis, MS Sheehy, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 297, 273-281, 2005
1832005
Evaluation of the performance of light traps for sampling fish larvae in inshore temperate waters
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 186, 293-302, 1999
771999
Comparative dispersal of larvae from demersal versus pelagic spawning fishes
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 252, 255-271, 2003
682003
Biological structure of nearshore rocky subtidal habitats in southern New Zealand
DR Schiel, MJH Hickford
Department of Conservation, 2001
522001
Population sinks resulting from degraded habitats of an obligate life-history pathway
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Oecologia 166 (1), 131-140, 2011
482011
Transient effects of an invasive kelp on the community structure and primary productivity of an intertidal assemblage
PM South, SA Lilley, LW Tait, T Alestra, MJH Hickford, MS Thomsen, ...
Marine and Freshwater Research 67 (1), 103-112, 2016
382016
Catch vs count: effects of gill-netting on reef fish populations in southern New Zealand
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 188 (2), 215-232, 1995
381995
Predation, vegetation and habitat-specific survival of terrestrial eggs of a diadromous fish, Galaxias maculatus (Jenyns, 1842)
MJH Hickford, M Cagnon, DR Schiel
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 385 (1-2), 66-72, 2010
302010
Gillnetting in southern New Zealand: duration effects of sets and entanglement modes of fish
MJH Hickford
Fish. Bull. 94, 669-677, 1996
281996
Synergistic interactions within disturbed habitats between temperature, relative humidity and UVB radiation on egg survival in a diadromous fish
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
PloS one 6 (9), e24318, 2011
222011
Experimental Rehabilitation of Degraded Spawning Habitat of a Diadromous Fish, Galaxias maculatus (Jenyns, 1842) in Rural and Urban Streams
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Restoration Ecology 22 (3), 319-326, 2014
192014
Catch characteristics of commercial gill‐nets in a nearshore fishery in central New Zealand
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel, JB Jones
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 31 (2), 249-259, 1997
171997
Spatial effects of the Canterbury earthquakes on inanga spawning habitat and implications for waterways management
S Orchard, M Hickford
142016
The Kaikōura earthquake in southern New Zealand: Loss of connectivity of marine communities and the necessity of a cross‐ecosystem perspective
DR Schiel, T Alestra, S Gerrity, S Orchard, R Dunmore, J Pirker, S Lilley, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 29 (9), 1520-1534, 2019
122019
Patterns of distribution and abundance of larval fish in a southern temperate region.
MJH Hickford
University of Canterbury. Zoology, 2000
122000
Artificial Spawning Habitats Improve Egg Production of a Declining Diadromous Fish, Galaxias maculatus (Jenyns, 1842)
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Restoration Ecology 21 (6), 686-694, 2013
112013
Experimental gill-netting of reef fish: Species-specific responses modify capture probability across mesh sizes
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 358 (2), 163-169, 2008
112008
Otolith microchemistry of the amphidromous Galaxias maculatus shows recruitment to coastal rivers from unstructured larval pools
MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 548, 197-207, 2016
102016
Evidence of iteroparity in the widely distributed diadromous fish inanga Galaxias maculatus and potential implications for reproductive output
JCB Stevens, MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Journal of fish biology 89 (4), 1931-1946, 2016
92016
Earthquake‐induced habitat migration in a riparian spawning fish has implications for conservation management
S Orchard, MJH Hickford, DR Schiel
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 28 (3), 702-712, 2018
62018
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