Peter John Wright
Peter John Wright
Head of Ecology and Conservation, Marine Scotland Science
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Manual of fish sclerochronology
J Panfili, H De Pontual, H Troadec, PJ Wrigh
Fishery‐induced demographic changes in the timing of spawning: consequences for reproductive success
PJ Wright, EA Trippel
Fish and Fisheries 10 (3), 283-304, 2009
Otolith and somatic growth rates in Atlantic salmon parr, Salmo salar L: evidence against coupling
PJ Wright, NB Metcalfe, JE Thorpe
Journal of Fish Biology 36 (2), 241-249, 1991
Thermal niche of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua: limits, tolerance and optima
DA Righton, KH Andersen, F Neat, V Thorsteinsson, P Steingrund, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 420, 1-13, 2010
Developing alternative indices of reproductive potential for use in fisheries management: case studies for stocks spanning an information gradient
CT Marshall, L O'Brien, J Tomkiewicz, G Marteinsdóttir, MJ Morgan, ...
Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 33, 161-190, 2003
Temporal and spatial variation in reproductive investment of Atlantic cod Gadus morhua in the northern North Sea and Scottish west coast
M Yoneda, PJ Wright
Marine Ecology Progress Series 276, 237-248, 2004
The influence of sediment type on the distribution of the lesser sandeel, Ammodytes marinus
PJ Wright, H Jensen, I Tuck
Journal of Sea Research 44 (3-4), 243-256, 2000
An assessment of the acoustic survey technique, RoxAnn, as a means of mapping seabed habitat
SPR Greenstreet, ID Tuck, GN Grewar, E Armstrong, DG Reid, PJ Wright
ICES Journal of Marine Science 54 (5), 939-959, 1997
Residency and depth movements of a coastal group of Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua L.)
FC Neat, PJ Wright, AF Zuur, IM Gibb, FM Gibb, D Tulett, DA Righton, ...
Marine Biology 148 (3), 643-654, 2006
Using environmental and biological indices as proxies for egg and larval production of marine fish
Y Lambert, N Yaragina, G Kraus, G Marteinssdottir, PJ Wright
Journal of Northwest Atlantic Fishery Science 33, 115-159, 2003
Relationships between social status, otolith size at first feeding and subsequent growth in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
NB Metcalfe, PJ Wright, JE Thorpe
Journal of Animal Ecology, 585-589, 1992
Adaptive variation in antipredator behavior in threespine stickleback
FA Huntingford
The evolutionary biology of the threespine stickleback, 1994
Analysis of the spatial distributions of mature cod (Gadus morhua) and haddock (Melanogrammus aeglefinus) abundance in the North Sea (1980–1999) using generalised additive models
R Hedger, E McKenzie, M Heath, P Wright, B Scott, A Gallego, J Andrews
Fisheries Research 70 (1), 17-25, 2004
Potential effects of maternal factors on spawning stock–recruitment relationships under varying fishing pressure
B Scott, G Marteinsdottir, P Wright
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 56 (10), 1882-1890, 1999
The influence of metabolic rate on otolith increment width in Atlantic salmon parr, Salmo salar L.
PJ Wright
Journal of Fish Biology 38 (6), 929-933, 1991
Evidence for metapopulation structuring in cod from the west of Scotland and North Sea
PJ Wright, FC Neat, FM Gibb, IM Gibb, H Thordarson
Journal of Fish Biology 69, 181-199, 2006
Effects of population size/age structure, condition and temporal dynamics of spawning on reproductive output in Atlantic cod (Gadus morhua)
BE Scott, G Marteinsdottir, GA Begg, PJ Wright, OS Kjesbu
Ecological Modelling 191 (3-4), 383-415, 2006
Combined methods of otolith shape analysis improve identification of spawning areas of Atlantic cod
EA Galley, PJ Wright, FM Gibb
ICES Journal of Marine Science 63 (9), 1710-1717, 2006
Regional patterns of kittiwake Rissa tridactyla breeding success are related to variability in sandeel recruitment
M Frederiksen, PJ Wright, MP Harris, RA Mavor, M Heubeck, S Wanless
Marine Ecology Progress Series 300, 201-211, 2005
Timing of hatching in Ammodytes marinus from Shetland waters and its significance to early growth and survivorship
PJ Wright, MC Bailey
Marine Biology 126 (1), 143-152, 1996
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