Publications & Presentations

Peer reviewed publications

Gibbs L, Fetterplace LC, Rees MJ & Hanich Q (In Review). Determining the effects and effectiveness of shark hazard management: The Shark Meshing (Bather Protection) Program, NSW, Australia. Plos One.

Fetterplace LC, Turnbull JW, Knott NA & Hardy NA (In Press). The devil in the deep: expanding the known habitat of a rare and protected fish. European Journal of Ecology.

Adams KR, Fetterplace LC, Davis AR, Taylor MD and Knott NA (2018). Sharks, rays and abortion: The prevalence of capture-induced parturition in elasmobranchs. Biological Conservation 217: 11-27.

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Fetterplace LC, Davis A, Neilson J, Taylor M, Knott N (2016). Active acoustic tracking suggests that soft sediment fishes can show site attachment: a preliminary assessment of the movement patterns of the blue-spotted flathead (Platycephalus caeruleopunctatus). Animal Biotelemetry. 2016;4(1):15. Open Access (CC BY 4.0).

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Industry publications, reports and published data sets

Fetterplace LC, Gibbs LM, Rees MJ (2018). Shark Meshing (Bather Protection) Program, NSW, Australia: Catch and Effort Data 1950–2017. figshare. Open Access (CC BY 4.0).

Fetterplace LC, Knott NA (2018). Dataset: Offshore Reef Fishes of South Coast NSW. figshare. Fileset. Open Access (CC BY 4.0).

Fetterplace LC, Taylor MD, Knott NA (2016). Data from: Jervis Bay Marine Park: Active Tracking of Blue-spotted Flathead. ZoaTrack.org. Open Access (CC BY 3.0).

Fetterplace LC, & Knott NA. (2015) “Standard Operating Procedure for Field Based Surgical Implantation of Acoustic Transmitters in Fish: Jervis Bay Marine Park”. Huskisson, NSW.

Knott NA, Ferguson A, Fetterplace LC (2014). Coastal Erosion Remediation: Environmental Baseline Study, Final Report – Initial Sampling Round. NSW Department of Primary Industries Fisheries Research, Marine Ecosystems. Huskisson, NSW.

Fetterplace LC, DeMestre C, & Rees MJ. (2014) UoW Research Vessel Pot Puller Risk Assessment, Guidelines and Safe Work Procedure.

Other publications

Fetterplace L, Tennant J,  Matthias L (2018). Hur gör du din forskning allmänt tillgänglig (open access)? Gratis och lagligt. figshare. Fileset. (“How to make your research open access? For free and legally” – Swedish Version). Open Access (CC BY 4.0).

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Workshops

Taronga Zoo Shark Project (2016), Invited specialist –  Designed, organised and led shark and fish tracking workshops for 200 primary school children over two days.

Invited seminars

Fetterplace L (2018). Can MPAs conserve fish on marine soft sediments? Invited Speaker,  Department of Ecology, Environment and Plant Sciences seminar series, Stockholm University.

Conference Presentations

Fetterplace L, Taylor M, Davis A and Knott N (2018). Are open coastal soft sediment fishes always highly mobile? Swedish meeting of PhD students in Fish Biology, Älvkarleby Fisheries Research Station,  Sweden.

Fetterplace L (2016). Nobody wants to research fish that live on sand. Australian Society For Fish Biology Conference – Student Science Communication Three Minute Thesis Competition.

Fetterplace L, Taylor M, Davis A and Knott N. (2015) The conservation of soft sediment fishes: the vast unknown. Plenary award session – Ecological Society of Australia Conference.

Fetterplace L, Adams K, Taylor M, Davis A and Knott N (2015). Are soft sediment fishes always highly mobile? An assessment of the movement patterns of the bluespotted flathead. Australian Society For Fish Biology Conference.

Fetterplace L (2015). Marine Science in Jervis Bay. The sea & me film premier Huskisson – Invited speaker.

Fetterplace L (2015). Invited speaker at Talking Landcare 2015, Theme: marine debris – “The science behind the marine plastic issue”.

Fetterplace L (2014). Fish on sand. Fish Habitat Workshop Wollongong 2014 (South East Wetland Carers Network) – Invited speaker.

Fetterplace L. (2013). Fish diversity on soft sediments. Student Conference for Conservation Science Brisbane.

Co-author presentations

Gibbs L, Fetterplace L, Rees M & Hanich Q (2018). Determining the effects and effectiveness of shark hazard management: The Shark Meshing (Bather Protection) Program, NSW, Australia. Departmental seminar, School of Geosciences, University of Sydney.

Gibbs L, Fetterplace L, Rees M & Hanich Q (2018). Determining the effects and effectiveness of lethal shark hazard management.  New Zealand Geographical Society / Institute of Australian Geographers annual conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

Fetterplace L, Taylor M,Davis A and Knott N*. (2017) Are open coastal soft sediment fishes always highly mobile? An assessment of the movement patterns of the bluespotted flathead. International Conference on Fish Telemetry, Cairns, June 2017. *Presenting author.

Gibbs L, Fetterplace L, Rees M & Hanich Q (2017). Determining the efficacy and effects of shark hazard mitigation for threatening and threatened species.  Transforming Vulnerability: Global Challenges conference, University of Wollongong.

Adams K, Fetterplace L, Taylor M,  Davis, A and Knott N (2015). “Fiddler on the Reef- Movement and Abundance of the Eastern Fiddler Ray”. Australian Society For Fish Biology Conference, Sydney.

Knott, N.A., A.M. Ferguson, L. Fetterplace, T. Marzullo, N. Bass, C. Brown, I.M. Suthers, E.S. Harvey, A.R. Davis, M.D. Taylor (2015)  Movement of fishes among reefs and over soft sediments within a temperate embayment: the necessity and implication of movement data for spatial management. Australian Society For Fish Biology Conference, Sydney.

Knott, N.A., A.M. Ferguson, L. Fetterplace, T. Marzullo, N. Bass, C. Brown, I.M. Suthers, E.S. Harvey, A.R. Davis, M.D. Taylor (2015)  Movement of fishes among reefs and over soft sediments within a temperate embayment: the necessity and implication of movement data for spatial management. AATAMS Workshop, Sydney.

Knott, N.A., A.M. Ferguson, L. Fetterplace, T. Marzullo, N. Bass, C. Brown, I.M. Suthers, E.S. Harvey, A.R. Davis, M.D. Taylor (2015)  Movement of fishes among reefs and over soft sediments within a temperate embayment: the necessity and implication of movement data for spatial management. Ecological Society of Australia Conference, Adelaide.

Publications currently in preparation

Fetterplace LC, Fetterplace EA, Buchanan PJ, Adams KR. Marine Fish Movement: A Systematic Review by Habitat, of Species Tracked Using Acoustic and Satellite Telemetry. Royal Society Open Science.

Fetterplace LC, Davis AR, Adams KR, Knott NA. Temperate soft sediment fishes show marine protected area (MPA) effects. PeerJ.

Fetterplace LC, Davis AR, Rees MJ, Knott NA. A Comparison of demersal soft sediment fish assemblages in temperate coastal waters with differing levels of conservation management. PLosOne.

Fetterplace LC, Davis AR, Taylor MD, Knott NA. Acoustic Range testing and Receiver Performance on unvegetated soft sediments: exploring variation in detection probability. MarXiv.

Fetterplace LC, Davis AR, Taylor MD, Knott NA. Movement patterns of soft sediment associated bluespotted flathead reveal long-term site attachment in a marine protected area. Helgoland Marine Research.

Rees MJ, Jordan A, Neilson J, Davis AR, Fetterplace LC, Knott NA. Assessing the effectiveness of the Lord Howe Island Marine Park in safeguarding the regions unique marine biodiversity. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Research.

Leadbitter D & Fetterplace L. Historical trends in shark numbers determined using aerial counts. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Systems.

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