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Below are a selection of relevant publications co-authored by people at Modail Mara. If you want an article but are unable to find a copy, contact us and we will be happy to send it to you.
Salmon lice should be managed before they attach to salmon: Exploring epidemiological factors affecting Lepeophtheirus salmonis abundance on salmon farms
Jeong J, Stormoen M, McEwan GF, Thakur KK, Revie CW
Aquaculture. 2021;541: 736792
Modelling sea lice control by lumpfish on Atlantic salmon farms: Interactions with mate limitation, temperature, and treatment rules
McEwan, GF, Groner, ML, Cohen, AAB, Imsland, AKD, Revie, CW
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms. 2019;133: 69–82
Tool for predicting Caligus rogercresseyi abundance on salt water salmon farms in Chile
St-Hilaire S, Patanasatienkul T, Yu J, Kristoffersen AB, Stryhn H, Revie CW, Ibarra R, Tello A, McEwan GF
Preventive Veterinary Medicine. 2018;158: 122–128.
Quantifying the influence of salinity and temperature on the population dynamics of a marine ectoparasite.
Groner ML, McEwan GF, Rees EE, Gettinby G, Revie CW.
Can J Fish Aquat Sci. 2016; 1–11.
Managing aquatic parasites for reduced drug resistance: lessons from the land.
McEwan GF, Groner ML, Burnett DL, Fast MD, Revie CW.
J Royal Soc Interface. 2016;13: 20160830.
Using Agent-Based Modelling to Predict the Role of Wild Refugia in the Evolution of Resistance of Sea Lice to Chemotherapeutants
McEwan GF, Groner ML, Fast MD, Gettinby G, Revie CW
PLoS ONE, 10(10), e0139128
Water quality and phytoplankton dynamics in Moreton Bay, south-eastern Queensland. I. Field survey and satellite data.
McEwan J, Gabric AJ, Bell PRF
Mar Freshwater Res. 1998;49: 215–225
Water quality and phytoplankton dynamics in Moreton Bay, south-eastern Queensland. II. Mathematical modelling.
McEwan J, Gabric AJ, Bell PRF.
Mar Freshwater Res. 1998;49: 227–239