Walsh, C.A.J. & Momigliano, P. & Boussarie, G. & Robbins, W.D. & Bonnin, L. & Fauvelot, C. & Kiszka, J.J. & Mouillot, D. & Vigliola, L. & Manel, S. (2022)
Genomic insights into the historical and contemporary demographics of the grey reef shark. Heredity, 128(4), 225–235
DOI: 10.1038/s41437-022-00514-4
Boussarie, G. & Momigliano, P. & Robbins, W.D. & Bonnin, L. & Cornu, J.F. & Fauvelot, C. & Kiszka, J.J. & Manel, S. & Mouillot, D. & Vigliola, L. (2022)
Identifying barriers to gene flow and hierarchical conservation units from seascape genomics: a modelling framework applied to a marine predator. Ecography, 7, Article e06158
DOI: 10.1111/ecog.06158
Desbiens, A.A. & Roff, G. & Robbins, W.D. & Taylor, B.M. & Castro-Sanguino, C. & Dempsey, A. & Mumby, P.J. (2021)
Revisiting the paradigm of shark-driven trophic cascades in coral reef ecosystems. Ecology, 102(4), Article e03303
DOI: 10.1002/ecy.3303
Bonnin, L. & Mouillot, D. & Boussarie, G. & Robbins, W.D. & Kiszka, J.J. & Dagorn, L. & Vigliola, L. (2021)
Recent expansion of marine protected areas matches with home range of grey reef sharks. Scientific Reports, 11, Article 14221
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-021-93426-y
Bonnin, L. & Robbins, W.D. & Boussarie, G. & Kiszka, J.J. & Dagorn, L. & Mouillot, D. & Vigliola, L. (2019)
Repeated long-range migrations of adult males in a common Indo-Pacific reef shark. Coral Reefs, 38(6), 1121–1132
DOI: 10.1007/s00338-019-01858-w
Nazimi, L. & Robbins, W.D. & Schilds, A. & Huveneers, C. (2018)
Comparison of industry-based data to monitor white shark cage-dive tourism. Tourism Management, 66, 263–273
DOI: 10.1016/j.tourman.2017.12.002
Boussarie, G. & Bakker, J. & Wangensteen, O.S. & Mariani, S. & Bonnin, L. & Juhel, J.-B. & Kiszka, J.J. & Kulbicki, M. & Manel, S. & Robbins, W.D. & Vigliola, L. & Mouillot, D. (2018)
Environmental DNA illuminates the dark diversity of sharks. Science Advances, 4(5), Article eaap9661
DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.aap9661
Momigliano, P. & Harcourt, R. & Robbins, W.D. & Jaiteh, V. & Mahardika, G.N. & Sembiring, A. & Stow, A. (2017)
Genetic structure and signatures of selection in grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos). Journal of Heredity, 119(3), 142–153
DOI: 10.5061/dryad.mt2m3
Robbins, W.D. & Huveneers, C. & Parra, G.J. & Möller, L. & Gillanders, B.M. (2017)
Anthropogenic threat assessment of marine-associated fauna in Spencer Gulf, South Australia. Marine Policy, 81, 392–400
DOI: 10.1016/j.marpol.2017.03.036
Robbins, W.D. & Renaud, P. (2016)
Foraging mode of the grey reef shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos, under two different scenarios. Coral Reefs, 35(1), 253–260
DOI: 10.1007/s00338-015-1366-z
Momigliano, P. & Harcourt, R. & Robbins, W.D. & Stow, A. (2015)
Connectivity in grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) determined using empirical and simulated genetic data. Scientific Reports, 5, Article 13229
DOI: 10.1038/srep13229
Robbins, R.L. & Enarson, M. & Bradford, R.W. & Robbins, W.D. & Fox, A.G. (2015)
Residency and Local Connectivity of White Sharks at Liguanea Island: A Second Aggregation Site in South Australia? The Open Fish Science Journal, 8, 23–29
DOI: 10.2174/1874401X01508010023
Huveneers, C. & Robbins, W.D. (2014)
Chapter 12. Species at the Intersection. In Sharks: Conservation, Governance and Management by E.J. Techera, N. Klein(eds), Routledge: 236–260
Robbins, W.D. & Peddemors, V.M. & Kennelly, S.J. & Ives, M.C. (2014)
Experimental Evaluation of Shark Detection Rates by Aerial Observers. PLoS ONE, 9(2), Article e83456
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0083456
Momigliano, P. & Robbins, W.D. & Gardner, M. & Stow, A. (2014)
Characterisation of 15 novel microsatellite loci for the grey reef shark (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos). Conservation Genetics Resources, 6(3), 661–663
DOI: 10.1007/s12686-014-0174-z
Wheeler, S. & Robbins, W.D. & Mcillwain, J. (2013)
Reef sharks clean up with a novel inshore mutualistic interaction. Coral Reefs, 32(4), 1089
DOI: 10.1007/s00338-013-1068-3
Robbins, W.D. & Peddemors, V.M. & Broadhurst, M.K. & Gray, C.A. (2013)
Hooked on fishing? Recreational angling interactions with the Critically Endangered grey nurse shark Carcharias taurus in eastern Australia. Endangered Species Research, 21(2), 161–170
DOI: 10.3354/esr00520
Whitney, N.M. & Robbins, W.D. & Schultz, J.K. & Bowen, B.W. & Holland, K.N. (2012)
Oceanic dispersal in a sedentary reef shark (Triaenodon obesus): genetic evidence for extensive connectivity without a pelagic larval stage. Journal of Biogeography, 39(6), 1144–1156
DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2699.2011.02660.x
Robbins, W.D. & Peddemors, V.M. & Kennelly, S.J. (2011)
Assessment of permanent magnets and electropositive metals to reduce the line-based capture of Galapagos sharks, Carcharhinus galapagensis. Fisheries Research, 109(1), 100–106
DOI: 10.1016/j.fishres.2011.01.023
Reid, D.D. & Robbins, W.D. & Peddemors, V.M. (2011)
Decadal trends in shark catches and effort from the New South Wales, Australia, Shark Meshing Program 1950-2010. Marine and Freshwater Research, 62(6), 676–693
DOI: 10.1071/MF10162
Hisano, M. & Connolly, S.R. & Robbins, W.D. (2011)
Population Growth Rates of Reef Sharks with and without Fishing on the Great Barrier Reef: Robust Estimation with Multiple Models. PLoS ONE, 6(9), Article e25028
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0025028
Robbins, W.D. & Peddemors, V.M. (2011)
Reactionary behaviour of free-ranging Galapagos sharks (Carcharhinus galapagensis) to an electronic shark deterrent [Abstract]. In Program and Abstracts for the 2011 Workshop and Conference of the Oceania Chondrichthyan Society, 13th–15th September 2011, Sea World Resort and Water Park, Gold Coast, Queensland, Australia.
Hobbs, J.-P.A. & Choat, J.H. & Robbins, W.D. & Van Herwerden, L. & Feary, D.A. (2008)
Unique fish assemblages at world's southernmost oceanic coral reefs, Elizabeth and Middleton Reefs, Tasman Sea, Australia. Coral Reefs, 27, 15
DOI: 10.1007/s00338-007-0301-3
Robbins, W.D. & Hisano, M. & Connolly, S. & Choat, J.H. (2006)
Ongoing collapse of coral reef shark populations. Current Biology, 16(23), 2314–2319
DOI: 10.1016/j.cub.2006.09.044
Robbins, W.D. (2006)
Evaluation of two underwater biopsy probes for in situ collection of shark tissue samples. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 310, 213–217
DOI: 10.3354/meps310213