Jaclyn Hill
Jaclyn Hill
Department of Fisheries and Oceans; Government of Canada
Verified email at dfo-mpo.gc.ca
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Biogeographic and nearshore–offshore trends in isotope ratios of intertidal mussels and their food sources around the coast of southern Africa
JM Hill, CD McQuaid, S Kaehler
Marine Ecology Progress Series 318, 63-73, 2006
1212006
δ 13 C and δ 15 N biogeographic trends in rocky intertidal communities along the coast of South Africa: evidence of strong environmental signatures
JM Hill, CD McQuaid
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 80 (2), 261-268, 2008
492008
Comparisons of isotopic niche widths of some invasive and indigenous fauna in a South African river
JM Hill, RW Jones, MP Hill, OLF Weyl
Freshwater Biology 60 (5), 893-902, 2015
442015
Variability in the fractionation of stable isotopes during degradation of two intertidal red algae
JM Hill, CD McQuaid
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 82 (3), 397-405, 2009
422009
Stable isotope analysis indicates a lack of inter-and intra-specific dietary redundancy among ecologically important coral reef fishes
JG Plass-Johnson, CD McQuaid, JM Hill
Coral reefs 32 (2), 429-440, 2013
342013
Temporal and spatial variability in stable isotope ratios of SPM link to local hydrography and longer term SPM averages suggest heavy dependence of mussels on nearshore production
JM Hill, CD McQuaid, S Kaehler
Marine biology 154 (5), 899-909, 2008
342008
Effects of food quality on tissue-specific isotope ratios in the mussel Perna perna
JM Hill, CD McQuaid
Hydrobiologia 635 (1), 81-94, 2009
292009
Effects of altered estuarine submerged macrophyte bed cover on the omnivorous Cape stumpnose Rhabdosargus holubi
JN Sheppard, AK Whitfield, PD Cowley, JM Hill
Journal of fish biology 80 (3), 705-712, 2012
232012
Geographic variation in the trophic ecology of an avian rocky shore predator, the African black oystercatcher, along the southern African coastline
SA Kohler, M Connan, JM Hill, C Mablouké, B Bonnevie, K Ludynia, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 435, 235-249, 2011
232011
Associations in ephemeral systems: the lack of trophic relationships between sandhoppers and beach wrack
F Porri, JM Hill, CD McQuaid
Marine Ecology Progress Series 426, 253-262, 2011
222011
13C pulse‐chase labeling comparative assessment of the active methanogenic archaeal community composition in the transgenic and nontransgenic parental rice rhizospheres
W Zhu, H Lu, J Hill, X Guo, H Wang, W Wu
FEMS microbiology ecology 87 (3), 746-756, 2014
192014
Antimicrobial properties and isotope investigations of S outh A frican honey
F Khan, J Hill, S Kaehler, M Allsopp, S Van Vuuren
Journal of applied microbiology 117 (2), 366-379, 2014
152014
The contributions of biological control to reduced plant size and biomass of water hyacinth populations
RW Jones, JM Hill, JA Coetzee, MP Hill
Hydrobiologia 807 (1), 377-388, 2018
132018
A missing link in the estuarine nitrogen cycle?: Coupled nitrification-denitrification mediated by suspended particulate matter
W Zhu, C Wang, J Hill, Y He, B Tao, Z Mao, W Wu
Scientific reports 8 (1), 1-10, 2018
122018
Stable isotope methods: the effect of gut contents on isotopic ratios of zooplankton
JM Hill, CD McQuaid
Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science 92 (3), 480-485, 2011
122011
Evidence for a new regime shift between floating and submerged invasive plant dominance in South Africa
EF Strange, JM Hill, JA Coetzee
Hydrobiologia 817 (1), 349-362, 2018
112018
Baseline isotope data for Spirodela sp.: nutrient differentiation in aquatic systems
JM Hill, S Kaehler, MP Hill
Water research 46 (11), 3553-3562, 2012
102012
Investigations of growth metrics and δ 15 N values of water hyacinth (Eichhornia crassipes,(Mart.) Solms-Laub) in relation to biological control
JM Hill
Aquatic Botany 114, 12-20, 2014
72014
Synergies between research organisations and the wider community in enhancing weed biological control in South Africa
GD Martin, MP Hill, JA Coetzee, KN Weaver, JM Hill
BioControl 63 (3), 437-447, 2018
52018
Comparing the fish assemblages and food‐web structures of large floodplain rivers
GC Taylor, OLF Weyl, JM Hill, RA Peel, CJ Hay
Freshwater Biology 62 (11), 1891-1907, 2017
52017
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