Publications & Presentations

Publications

  • Katherine Ann Dafforn, Stuart L Simpson, Brendan P Kelaher, Graeme F Clark, Valeriya Komyakova, Chris K Wong, Emma L Johnston (2012) The challenge of choosing environmental indicators of anthropogenic impacts in estuaries. Environmental Pollution 163: 207-217
  • Komyakova Valeriya, Munday PL, Jones GP (2013) Relative Importance of Coral Cover, Habitat Complexity and Diversity in Determining the Structure of Reef Fish Communities. PLoS ONE 8(12): e83178. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0083178
  • Heery, E.C., Bishop, M.J., Critchley, L., Bugnot, A.B., Airoldi, L., Mayer-Pinto, M., Sheehan, E.V., Coleman, R.A., Loke, L.H.L., Johnston, E.L., Komyakova, V., Morris, R.L., Strain, E.M.A., Naylor, L.A. and Dafforn,A. (accepted 05/05/2016) Identifying the consequences of ocean sprawl for sedimentary habitats. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology

Conference presentations

  • Komyakova V, Munday PL, Jones GP (2012) Relative importance of various habitat characteristics in determining the structure of reef fish communities. 12th International Coral Reef Symposium (9-13 July, Cairns, Australia).
  • Komyakova V, Munday PL, Jones GP (2013) Do Coral Species affect the Structure of Reef Fish Communities? A Multi-scale Analysis. AMSA: Australian Marine Science Association Golden Jubilee Conference 2013.
  • Komyakova V, Munday PL, Jones GP (2013) Do Coral Species affect the Structure of Reef Fish Communities? A Multi-scale Analysis. 87th Annual Australian Coral Reef Society Conference (ACRS 2013) (29-30 August, Sydney, Australia).
  • Komyakova V, Swearer S, Jones GP (2015) Ecological traps in the marine environment: downsides to artificial reef deployment. AMSA 2015 (5-9 July, Geelong, Australia).
  • Komyakova V, Swearer S and Jones G  (2015) Ecological traps in the marine environment: implications for the design of artificial reefs. Aquatic Biodiversity and Ecosystems Conference (30 Aug – 4 Sep, Liverpool, UK).
  • Komyakova, V., Swearer, S. and Jones, G. (2015) Ecological traps in the marine environment: implications for the design of artificial reefs. XV European Congress of Ichthyology (7 Sep – 11 Sep, Porto, Portugal)
  •  Komyakova, V., Swearer, S. and Jones, G. (2015) Ecological traps in the marine environment: implications for the design of artificial reefs. Workshop on “Mitigation measures of human induced impacts on marine ecosystems” hosted by O. Langhamer and P. Rodewald at CBD, Trondheim. 
  • Komyakova, V., Swearer, S. and Jones, G. (2015) Ecological traps in the marine environment: implications for the design of artificial reefs. Guest presentation in IMR, Flødevigen Research Station hosted by E. Moland. 
  • Komyakova, V., Swearer, S. and Jones, G. (2016) Home is where the heart is: implications for the design of artificial reefs. Workshop on “Understanding the productivity, ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services of marine artificial structures” hosted by O. Langhamer and PE Reefs, Flekkefjord, Norway. 
  • Komyakova, V., Swearer, S. and Jones, G. (2016) Human induced formation of ecological traps in the marine environment: implications for the design of artificial reefs. 11th International Temperate Reef Symposium (26 – 30 June, Pisa, Italy). 
  • Komyakova, V., Swearer, S. and Jones, G. (2016) Home is where the heart is: implications for the design of artificial reefs. 5th International EcoSummit: Ecological sustainability, Engineering Change (29 Aug -1 Sep, Montpellier, France).
  • Komyakova, V. (2016) From Ural mountains to the Worlds Oceans or a day in life of marine biologist. Guest presentation at the First School of Chelyabinsk City, Chelyabinsk, Russia. Presentation language: English. Audience ages 13 to 17.
  • Komyakova, V. (2016) From Ural mountains to the Worlds Oceans or a day in life of marine biologist. Guest presentation at the Ninety sixth German Specialised School of Chelyabinsk City, Chelyabinsk, Russia. Presentation language: Russian. Audience ages 13 to 17.

 

Media

  • Interview for the Agder Flekkefjords Tidende after the workshop on “Understanding the productivity, ecosystem functioning and ecosystem services of marine artificial structures” hosted by O. Langhamer and PE Reefs, Flekkefjord, Norway. (September 2016).

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