Publications


Peer reviewed:

Trebilco R., Dulvy N.K., Anderson, S.C., Salomon A.K. (2016) The paradox of inverted biomass pyramids in kelp forest fish communities. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London, Series B: Biological Sciences, 283: 20160816.

Trebilco R., Dulvy N.K., Salomon A.K., (2015) The role of habitat complexity in shaping the size-structure of a temperate reef fish community.  Marine Ecology Progress Series, 532, 197–211.

Wood C.L., Baum J.K., Reddy S.M.W., Trebilco R., Sandin S., Zgliczynski B., Briggs A., and Micheli F. (2015) Productivity and fishing pressure drive variability in fish parasite assemblages of the Line Islands, equatorial Pacific. Ecology, 95, 1383–1398.

Brown C.J, and Trebilco R. (2014). Unintended Cultivation, Shifting Baselines, and Conflict between Objectives for Fisheries and Conservation. Conservation Biology, 28, 677-688.

Trebilco R., Baum J.K., Salomon A.K., & Dulvy N.K., (2013). Ecosystem ecology: size-based constraints on the pyramids of Life. Trends in Ecology and Evolution, 28, 423-431.
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Trebilco R., Halpern B., Mills-Flemming J., Field C., Blanchard W. & Worm B. (2011). Mapping species richness and human impact drivers to inform global pelagic conservation prioritisation  Biological Conservation, 144, 1758–1766.

Trebilco R., Gales R., Lawrence E., Alderman R., Robertson G. & Baker G.B. (2010). Characterizing seabird bycatch in the eastern Australian tuna and billfish pelagic longline fishery in relation to temporal, spatial and biological influences. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 20, 531-542. *one of the top-10 most cited papers in Aquatic Conservation for 2011.

Trebilco R., Gales R., Baker G.B., Terauds A. & Sumner M.D. (2009). At-sea movement of Macquarie Island giant petrels: relationships with Marine Protected Areas and Regional Fisheries Management Organisations. Biological Conservation, 141, 2942-2958

McKinlay J.M., Southwell C.S. & Trebilco R. (2010). Integrating Count Effort by Seasonally Correcting Animal Population Estimates (Icescape): A Method for Estimating Abundance And its Uncertainty from Count Data Using Adélie Penguins as a Case Study. CCAMLR Science, 17, 213-227.

Southwell C.S., McKinlay J.M., Emmerson L., Trebilco R. & Newbery K. (2010). Improving Estimates of Adélie Penguin Breeding Population Size: Developing Factors to Adjust One-Off Population Counts for Availability Bias. CCAMLR Science, 17, 229-241.

Deagle B.E., Gales N.J., Evans K., Jarman S.N., Robinson S., Trebilco R. & Hindell M.A. (2007). Studying Seabird Diet through Genetic Analysis of Faeces: A Case Study on Macaroni Penguins (Eudyptes chrysolophus). PLoS One, 2, e831.

Murray N. & Trebilco R. (2008). An influx of Australian Shelduck (Tadorna tadornoides) on Macquarie Island. Australian Journal of Field Ornithology, 25, 40-41.


Trebilco, R. 2008. Mapping biodiversity and human impact drivers to assess high-seas conservation priorities. MSc dissertation, Oxford University Centre for the Environment, Oxford, UK.

Trebilco, R. 2004. Macaroni Penguin (Eudyptes chrysolophus) Foraging Ecology at Heard Island: Behaviour and Environmental Influences. Honours thesis, Zoology Department, University Of Tasmania, Australia.