Charles Darwin University
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Ecology, Habitat, Floodplain, Introduced species and Murray cod. Her studies deal with areas such as Aquatic animal, Flood myth and Perch as well as Ecology. Her Floodplain research integrates issues from Hatchery, Hypseleotris and Aquaculture.
Alison J. King has researched Introduced species in several fields, including Adaptive management, Environmental resource management, Ephemeral key and Riparian forest. Her Murray cod research includes themes of Littoral zone, Maccullochella, Larva and STREAMS. Her studies in Spawn integrate themes in fields like Ichthyoplankton, Seasonal breeder, Macquaria ambigua, Seasonality and Fauna.
Alison J. King mostly deals with Ecology, Fishery, Habitat, Floodplain and Introduced species. She interconnects Murray cod, Perch and Retropinna semoni in the investigation of issues within Ecology. Alison J. King combines subjects such as Lates, Intraspecific competition, Predation, Diel vertical migration and Spawn with her study of Habitat.
Her research investigates the connection between Spawn and topics such as Seasonal breeder that intersect with problems in Ichthyoplankton and Fauna. Her Floodplain study deals with Ecosystem intersecting with Tropics and Hydrology. Her Introduced species study incorporates themes from Animal ecology and Macquaria ambigua.
Alison J. King mainly focuses on Fishery, Habitat, Ecology, Zoology and Biodiversity. Her Fishery research incorporates elements of Freshwater fish, Carp and Fauna. The concepts of her Freshwater fish study are interwoven with issues in Global biodiversity, Tropics, Riparian zone, Ecosystem and Biological dispersal.
Her Habitat research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Environmental flow, Diel vertical migration, Sooty grunter and Predation. Alison J. King performs integrative study on Ecology and Diversity. Her research in Zoology intersects with topics in Fecundity, Juvenile, Environmental change, Sex change and Sexual maturity.
Alison J. King focuses on Ecology, Diversity, Fishery, Habitat and Life history theory. Her Ecology research integrates issues from Topic model and Lates. Her study of Diversity brings together topics like Isolation, Field, Trait, Latent Dirichlet allocation and Identification.
Her Fishery research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Fish mortality, Trophic cascade, Marine ecosystem and Fauna. The various areas that Alison J. King examines in her Habitat study include Predatory fish, Predator, Predation, Functional ecology and Dry season. Her Life history theory study combines topics in areas such as Productivity, Fish migration, Barramundi, Reproductive success and Otolith.
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Fish, Flows and Flood Plains: Links between Freshwater Fishes and their Environment in the Murray-Darling River System, Australia
Paul Humphries;Alison J. King;John D. Koehn.
Environmental Biology of Fishes (1999)
Fish recruitment on floodplains: the roles of patterns of flooding and life history characteristics
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences (2003)
River regulation and fish larvae: variation through space and time
Paul Humphries;Paul Humphries;Luciano G. Serafini;Alison J. King;Alison J. King.
Freshwater Biology (2002)
Environmental flow enhances native fish spawning and recruitment in the Murray River, Australia
Alison Jane King;Zeb Tonkin;John Mahoney.
River Research and Applications (2009)
Adaptive management of an environmental watering event to enhance native fish spawning and recruitment
Alison Jane King;K Ward;P O'connor;David Green.
Freshwater Biology (2010)
The influence of spatial scale and habitat arrangement on diel patterns of habitat use by two lowland river fishes
Ontogenetic patterns of habitat use by fishes within the main channel of an Australian floodplain river
Journal of Fish Biology (2004)
Experimental manipulations of the biomass of introduced carp (Cyprinus carpio) in billabongs. I. Impacts on water-column properties
A. J. King;A. I. Robertson;M. R. Healey.
Marine and Freshwater Research (1997)
Short-term effects of a prolonged blackwater event on aquatic fauna in the Murray River, Australia: considerations for future events
Alison Jane King;Alison Jane King;Zeb Tonkin;J Lieshcke.
Marine and Freshwater Research (2012)
Dry season habitat use of fishes in an Australian tropical river
K. Keller;Q. Allsop;J. Brim Box;D. Buckle.
Scientific Reports (2019)
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