Klaas Hartmann
Klaas Hartmann
Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania
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The global diversity of birds in space and time
W Jetz, GH Thomas, JB Joy, K Hartmann, AO Mooers
Nature 491 (7424), 444-448, 2012
Global distribution and conservation of evolutionary distinctness in birds
W Jetz, GH Thomas, JB Joy, DW Redding, K Hartmann, AO Mooers
Current biology 24 (9), 919-930, 2014
Fuel use and greenhouse gas emissions of world fisheries
RWR Parker, JL Blanchard, C Gardner, BS Green, K Hartmann, ...
Nature Climate Change 8 (4), 333-337, 2018
Near real‐time spatial management based on habitat predictions for a longline bycatch species
AJ Hobday, K Hartmann
Fisheries Management and Ecology 13 (6), 365-380, 2006
When is a fishery sustainable?
R Hilborn, EA Fulton, BS Green, K Hartmann, SR Tracey, RA Watson
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 72 (9), 1433-1441, 2015
Evolutionarily distinctive species often capture more phylogenetic diversity than expected
DW Redding, K Hartmann, A Mimoto, D Bokal, M DeVos, AŘ Mooers
Journal of theoretical biology 251 (4), 606-615, 2008
Status of key Australian fish stocks reports 2012
M Flood, I Stobutzki, J Andrews, C Ashby, G Begg, R Fletcher, D Galeano, ...
University of Tasmania, 2012
Expanding the concept of sustainable seafood using Life Cycle Assessment
F Ziegler, S Hornborg, BS Green, OR Eigaard, AK Farmery, L Hammar, ...
Fish and Fisheries 17 (4), 1073-1093, 2016
Marine foods sourced from farther as their use of global ocean primary production increases
RA Watson, GB Nowara, K Hartmann, BS Green, SR Tracey, CG Carter
Nature communications 6 (1), 7365, 2015
When is spillover from marine reserves likely to benefit fisheries?
CD Buxton, K Hartmann, R Kearney, C Gardner
PloS one 9 (9), e107032, 2014
PASTIS: an R package to facilitate phylogenetic assembly with soft taxonomic inferences
GH Thomas, K Hartmann, W Jetz, JB Joy, A Mimoto, AO Mooers
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 4 (11), 1011-1017, 2013
Sampling trees from evolutionary models
K Hartmann, D Wong, T Stadler
Systematic biology 59 (4), 465-476, 2010
Exposure to seismic air gun signals causes physiological harm and alters behavior in the scallop Pecten fumatus
RD Day, RD McCauley, QP Fitzgibbon, K Hartmann, JM Semmens
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 114 (40), E8537-E8546, 2017
Age-dependent speciation can explain the shape of empirical phylogenies
O Hagen, K Hartmann, M Steel, T Stadler
Systematic biology 64 (3), 432-440, 2015
Exploiting seasonal habitat use of the common carp, Cyprinus carpio, in a lacustrine system for management and eradication
AH Taylor, SR Tracey, K Hartmann, JG Patil
Marine and Freshwater Research 63 (7), 587-597, 2012
Maximizing phylogenetic diversity in biodiversity conservation: greedy solutions to the Noah's Ark problem
K Hartmann, M Steel
Systematic Biology 55 (4), 644-651, 2006
BIO:: Phylo-phyloinformatic analysis using perl
RA Vos, J Caravas, K Hartmann, MA Jensen, C Miller
BMC bioinformatics 12, 1-9, 2011
Stochastic properties of generalised Yule models, with biodiversity applications
T Gernhard, K Hartmann, M Steel
Journal of mathematical biology 57, 713-735, 2008
Seismic air guns damage rock lobster mechanosensory organs and impair righting reflex
RD Day, RD McCauley, QP Fitzgibbon, K Hartmann, JM Semmens
Proceedings of the Royal Society B 286 (1907), 20191424, 2019
Systematic culling controls a climate driven, habitat modifying invader
SR Tracey, T Baulch, K Hartmann, SD Ling, V Lucieer, MP Marzloff, ...
Biological Invasions 17, 1885-1896, 2015
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