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Author: Rawlinson, NJF (Mr Nick Rawlinson)

Number of items: 7

Journal Article
Westlake, EL and Williams, M and Rawlinson, N, Behavioural responses of draughtboard sharks (Cephaloscyllium laticeps) to rare earth magnets: implications for shark bycatch management within the Tasmanian southern rock lobster fishery, Fisheries Research, 200 pp. 84-92. ISSN 0165-7836 (2018) [Refereed Article] 
Hunt, DE and Rawlinson, NJF and Thomas, GA and Cobcroft, JM, Investigating photoreceptor densities, potential visual acuity, and cone mosaics of shallow water, temperate fish species, Vision Research, 111, (Part A) pp. 13-21. ISSN 0042-6989 (2015) [Refereed Article] 
Conference Publication
Hunt, DE and Purser, JG and Thomas, GA and Cobcroft, JM and Rawlinson, NJF, Caudal fin aspect ratio as a predictor of maximum swimming speed, Australian Society for Fish Biology - Oceania Chrondrichthyan Society Conference abstract book, 04-07 September 2016, Hobart, Tasmania (2016) [Conference Extract]
Hunt, DE and Purser, JG and Thomas, GA and Cobcroft, JM and Rawlinson, NJF, Caudal fin aspect ratio as a predictor of maximum swimming speed, ASFB-OCS Joint Conference Abstract Book, 04-07 September, Hobart, Tasmania, pp. 42. (2016) [Conference Extract]
Chinnappa, E and Hansen, W and Maynard, D and Ngwenya, E and Rahman, MA and Rawlinson, N and Westlake, E and Williams, MI, The effect of magnets on the behaviour of draughtboards sharks (Cephaloscyllium laticeps), ASFB-OCS Joint Conference Abstract Book, 04-07 September, Hobart, Tasmania, pp. abstract 217. (2016) [Conference Extract]
Chinnappa, E and Hansen, W and Maynard, D and Ngwenya, E and Rahman, MA and Rawlinson, NJF and Westlake, E and Williams, MI, The effect of magnets on the behaviour of draughtboards sharks (Cephaloscyllium laticeps), ASFB-OCS Joint Conference Abstract Book, 04-07 September, Hobart, Tasmania, pp. 76. (2016) [Conference Extract]
Contract Report, Consultant's Report
McCormack, E and Rawlinson, NJF, The relative safety of the Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP) recommended minimum specifications for the weighting of branchlines during simulated fly-backs, Agreement on the Conservation of Albatrosses and Petrels (ACAP), Hobart, Tasmania, v1, 15/F/04 (2016) [Consultants Report]

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