Daniel Gwinn
Daniel Gwinn
Quantitative Ecologist, Biometric Research
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Rethinking length‐based fisheries regulations: the value of protecting old and large fish with harvest slots
DC Gwinn, MS Allen, FD Johnston, P Brown, CR Todd, R Arlinghaus
Fish and Fisheries 16 (2), 259-281, 2015
Using abiotic drivers of fish spawning to inform environmental flow management
AJ King, DC Gwinn, Z Tonkin, J Mahoney, S Raymond, L Beesley
Journal of Applied Ecology 53 (1), 34-43, 2016
Species-specific responses of developing anurans to coal combustion wastes
JW Snodgrass, WA Hopkins, J Broughton, DC Gwinn, JA Baionno, ...
Aquatic Toxicology 66 (2), 171-182, 2004
Temporal and spatial responses of Chironomidae (Diptera) and other benthic invertebrates to urban stormwater runoff
SE Gresens, KT Belt, JA Tang, DC Gwinn, PA Banks
Hydrobiologia 575, 173-190, 2007
Evaluation of age–length key sample sizes required to estimate fish total mortality and growth
LG Coggins Jr, DC Gwinn, MS Allen
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142 (3), 832-840, 2013
Evaluation of procedures to reduce bias in fish growth parameter estimates resulting from size-selective sampling
DC Gwinn, MS Allen, MW Rogers
Fisheries Research 105 (2), 75-79, 2010
Imperfect detection and the determination of environmental flows for fish: challenges, implications and solutions
DC Gwinn, LS Beesley, P Close, B Gawne, PM Davies
Freshwater Biology 61 (1), 172-180, 2016
Exploring population-level effects of fishery closures during spawning: an example using largemouth bass
DC Gwinn, MS Allen
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139 (2), 626-634, 2010
Juvenile fish response to wetland inundation: how antecedent conditions can inform environmental flow policies for native fish
LS Beesley, DC Gwinn, A Price, AJ King, B Gawne, JD Koehn, DL Nielsen
Journal of Applied Ecology 51 (6), 1613-1621, 2014
Spatial and temporal hypoxia dynamics in dense emergent macrophytes in a Florida lake
AJ Bunch, MS Allen, DC Gwinn
Wetlands 30, 429-435, 2010
Occupancy models for monitoring marine fish: a Bayesian hierarchical approach to model imperfect detection with a novel gear combination
LG Coggins Jr, NM Bacheler, DC Gwinn
PLoS One 9 (9), e108302, 2014
Evaluation of electrofishing catch per unit effort for indexing fish abundance in Florida lakes
MA Hangsleben, MS Allen, DC Gwinn
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 142 (1), 247-256, 2013
Impacts of electrofishing removals on the introduced Flathead Catfish population in the Satilla River, Georgia
TF Bonvechio, MS Allen, D Gwinn, JS Mitchell
American fisheries society symposium 77, 395-407, 2011
The importance of grass cover for mammalian diversity and habitat associations in a bush encroached savanna
JR Soto-Shoender, RA McCleery, A Monadjem, DC Gwinn
Biological Conservation 221, 127-136, 2018
Evaluating the potential for stock size to limit recruitment in Largemouth Bass
MS Allen, MW Rogers, MJ Catalano, DC Gwinn, SJ Walsh
Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 140 (4), 1093-1100, 2011
Evaluating estimators of species richness: the importance of considering statistical error rates
DC Gwinn, MS Allen, KI Bonvechio, M V. Hoyer, LS Beesley
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 7 (3), 294-302, 2016
Changes in submersed aquatic vegetation affect predation risk of a common prey fish Lucania parva (Cyprinodontiformes: Fundulidae) in a spring‐fed coastal river
EV Camp, DC Gwinn, WE PINE III, TK Frazer
Fisheries Management and Ecology 19 (3), 245-251, 2012
Impacts of detritivore diversity loss on instream decomposition are greatest in the tropics
L Boyero, N López-Rojo, AM Tonin, J Pérez, F Correa-Araneda, ...
Nature communications 12 (1), 3700, 2021
Evaluation of population decline and fishing sustainability of the endangered Australian freshwater fish Macquaria australasica
TL Hunt, JW Douglas, MS Allen, DC Gwinn, Z Tonkin, J Lyon, A Pickworth
Fisheries Management and Ecology 18 (6), 513-520, 2011
Large-scale environmental flow results in mixed outcomes with short-term benefits for a semi-arid floodplain plant community
C Moxham, SA Kenny, LS Beesley, DC Gwinn
Freshwater Biology, 2019
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