Publications


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2020

Marshall DJ, Pettersen AK, Bode M, White CR (2020) Developmental cost theory predicts thermal environment and vulnerability to global warming. Nature Ecology & Evolution DOI EPDF

Ghedini G, Loreau M, Marshall DJ (2020) Community efficiency during succession: a test of MacArthur’s minimization principle in phytoplankton communities. Ecology PDF DOI


2019

Malerba ME, Marshall DJ (2019) Testing the drivers of the temperature-size covariance using artificial selection. Evolution PDF DOI

Chirgwin E, Marshall DJ, Monro K (2019) Physical and physiological impacts of ocean warming alter phenotypic selection on sperm morphology. Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Cameron H, Coulson T, Marshall DJ (2019) Size and density mediate transitions between competition and facilitation. Ecology Letters PDF DOI

Cameron H, Marshall DJ (2019) Can competitive asymmetries maintain offspring size variation? A manipulative field test. Evolution PDF DOI

Malerba ME, White CR, Marshall DJ (2019) The outsized trophic footprint of marine urbanization. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Gaines S, Warner R, Barneche DR, Bode M (2019) Underestimating the benefits of marine protected areas for the replenishment of fished populations. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment PDF DOI

Malerba ME, Marshall DJ (2019) Size-abundance rules? Evolution changes scaling relationships between size, metabolism and demography. Ecology Letters PDF DOI

Schuster L, White CR, Marshall DJ (2019) Influence of food, body size, and fragmentation on metabolic rate in a sessile marine invertebrate. Invertebrate Biology PDF DOI

White CR, Marshall DJ (2019) Should we care if models are phenomenological or mechanistic? Trends in Ecology & Evolution PDF DOI

White CR, Marshall DJ, Alton LA, Arnold PA, Beaman JE, Bywater CL, Condon C, Crispin TS, Janetzki A, Pirtle E, Winwood-Smith HS, Angilletta MJ, Chenoweth SF, Franklin CE, Halsey LG, Kearney MR, Portugal SJ, Ortiz-Barrientos D (2019) The origin and maintenance of metabolic allometry in animals, Nature Ecology & Evolution PDF DOI

Pettersen AK, White CR, Bryson-Richardson RJ, Marshall DJ (2019) Linking life-history theory and metabolic theory explains the offspring size-temperature relationship, Ecology Letters PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, White CR (2019) Aquatic life history trajectories are shaped by selection, not oxygen limitation, Trends in Ecology & Evolution PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, White CR (2019) Have we outgrown the existing models of growth? Trends in Ecology & Evolution PDF DOI

Olito C, Marshall DJ (2019) Releasing small ejaculates slowly increases per‐gamete fertilization success in an external fertilizer: Galeolaria caespitosa (Polychaeta: Serpulidae), Journal of Evolutionary Biology, PDF DOI


2018

Chirgwin E, Marshall DJ, Sgrò CM, Monro K (2018) How does parental environment influence the potential for adaptation to global change? Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences PDF DOI

Svanfeldt K, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2018) Resources mediate selection on module longevity in the field. Journal of Evolutionary Biology PDF DOI

Barneche DR, Burgess SC, Marshall DJ (2018) Global environmental drivers of marine fish egg size. Global Ecology and Biogeography PDF DOI

Malerba ME, Palacios MM, Marshall DJ (2018) Do larger individuals cope with resource fluctuations better? An artificial selection approach. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Pettersen AK, Cameron H (2018) A global synthesis of offspring size variation, its eco-evolutionary causes and consequences. Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Ghedini G, White CR, Marshall DJ (2018) Metabolic scaling across succession: Do individual rates predict community-level energy use? Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Ghedini G, Loreau M, White CR, Marshall DJ (2018) Testing MacArthur’s minimisation principle: do communities minimise energy wastage during succession? Ecology Letters PDF, DOI

Barneche DR, Robertson DR, White CR, Marshall DJ (2018) Fish reproductive-energy output increases disproportionately with body size. Science PDF DOI

Malerba ME, Palacios MM, Palacios Delgado YM, Beardall J, Marshall DJ (2018) Cell size, photosynthesis and the package effect: an artificial selection approach. New Phytologist PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Lawton RJ, Monro K, Paul NA (2018) Biochemical evolution in response to intensive harvesting in algae: Evolution of quality and quantity. Evolutionary Applications PDF DOI

Sezmis AL, Malerba ME, Marshall DJ, McDonald MJ (2018) Beneficial mutations from evolution experiments increase rates of growth and fermentation. Journal of Molecular Evolution PDF DOI

Riedel AM, Monro K, Blows MW, Marshall DJ (2018) Genotypic covariance between the performance of a resident species and community assembly in the field. Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Pettersen AK, Marshall DJ, White CR (2018) Understanding variation in metabolic rate. The Journal of Experimental Biology PDF DOI


2017

Malerba ME, White CR, Marshall DJ (2017) Eco-energetic consequences of evolutionary shifts in body size. Ecology Letters PDF DOI

Pettersen AK, White CR, Bryson-Richardson RJ, Marshall DJ (2017) Does the cost of development scale allometrically with offspring size? Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Malerba ME, White C, Marshall DJ (2017) Phytoplankton size-scaling of net-energy flux across light and biomass gradients. Ecology PDF DOI

Ghedini G, White CR, Marshall DJ (2017) Does energy flux predict density-dependence? An empirical field test. Ecology PDF DOI

Lange R, Marshall D (2017) Ecologically relevant levels of multiple, common marine stressors suggest antagonistic effects. Scientific reports PDF DOI

Cameron H, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2017) Should mothers provision their offspring equally? A manipulative field test. Ecology Letters PDF DOI

Lagos ME, White CR, Marshall DJ (2017) Do invasive species live faster? Mass-specific metabolic rate depends on growth form and invasion status. Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Svanfeldt K, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2017) Dispersal duration mediates selection on offspring size. Oikos PDF DOI

Lagos ME, Barneche DR, White CR, Marshall DJ (2017) Do low oxygen environments facilitate marine invasions? Relative tolerance of native and invasive species to low oxygen conditions. Global Change Biology PDF DOI

Chirgwin E, Marshall DJ, Sgrò CM, Monro K (2016) The other 96%: Can neglected sources of fitness variation offer new insights into adaptation to global change? Evolutionary Applications PDF DOI

Svanfeldt K, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2017) Field manipulations of resources mediate the transition from intraspecific competition to facilitation. Journal of Animal Ecology PDF DOI

Olito C, Marshall DJ, Connallon T (2017) The evolution of reproductive phenology in broadcast spawners and the maintenance of sexually antagonistic polymorphism. The American Naturalist PDF DOI

Olito C, White CR, Marshall DJ, Barneche DR (2017) Estimating monotonic rates from biological data using local linear regression. Journal of Experimental Biology PDF DOI

Chang CY, Marshall DJ (2017) Quantifying the role of colonization history and biotic interactions in shaping communities – a community transplant approach. Oikos PDF DOI

Gaitán-Espitia JD, Marshall DJ, Dupont S, Bacigalupe LD, Bodrossy L, Hobday AJ (2017) Geographical gradients in selection can reveal genetic constraints for evolutionary responses to ocean acidification. Biology Letters PDF DOI

Lawton RJ, Paul NA, Marshall DJ, Monro K (2017) Limited evolutionary responses to harvesting regime in the intensive production of algae. Journal of Applied Phycology PDF DOI

Barneche DR, White CR, Marshall DJ (2017) Temperature effects on mass-scaling exponents in colonial animals: a manipulative test. Ecology PDF DOI


2016

Cameron H, Monro K, Malerba M, Munch S, Marshall DJ (2016) Why do larger mothers produce larger offspring? A test of classic theory. Ecology PDF DOI

Chang CY, Marshall DJ (2016) Spatial pattern of distribution of marine invertebrates within a subtidal community: do communities vary more among patches or plots? Ecology and Evolution PDF DOI

Lange R, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2016) Environment-dependent variation in selection on life history across small spatial scales. Evolution PDF DOI

Monro K, Marshall DJ (2016) Unravelling anisogamy: egg size and ejaculate size mediate selection on morphology in free-swimming sperm. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Burgess SC, Connallon T (2016) Global change, life-history complexity and the potential for evolutionary rescue. Evolutionary Applications. PDF DOI

Pettersen A, White CR, Marshall DJ (2016) Metabolic rate covaries with fitness and the pace of the life history in the field. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences PDF DOI

Lagos Oróstica ME, White CR, Marshall DJ (2016) Biofilm history and oxygen availability interact to affect habitat selection in a marine invertebrate. Biofouling PDF DOI

Lange R , Marshall DJ (2016) Propagule size and dispersal costs mediate establishment success of an invasive species. Ecology PDF DOI

Aguirre, JD, Blows MW, Marshall DJ (2016) Genetic compatibility underlies benefits of mate choice in an external fertiliser.The American Naturalist PDF DOI

Lange R, Marshall DJ (2016) Relative contributions of offspring quality and environmental quality to adult field performance. Oikos PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Bonte D (2016) How not to influence ecology: three things we have learned at Oikos. Oikos PDF DOI


2015

Pettersen AK, White CR, Marshall DJ (2015) Why does offspring size affect performance? Integrating metabolic scaling with life-history theory. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences PDF DOI

Crean AJ, Marshall DJ (2015) Eggs with larger accessory structures are more likely to be fertilized in both low and high sperm concentrations in Styela plicata (Ascidiaceae). Marine Biology PDF DOI

Olito C, Bode M, Marshall DJ (2015) Evolutionary consequences of fertilization mode for reproductive phenology and asynchrony. Marine Ecology Progress Series PDF DOI

Monro K, Marshall DJ (2015) The biogeography of fertilization mode in the sea. Global Ecology and BiogeographyPDF DOI

Guillaume AS, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2015) Transgenerational plasticity and environmental stress: do paternal effects act as a conduit or a buffer? Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Lagos Oróstica ME, White CR, Marshall DJ (2015) voiding low-oxygen environments: oxytaxis as a mechanism of habitat selection in a marine invertebrate. Marine Ecology Progress Series PDF DOI

Chirgwin E, Monro K, Sgró CM, Marshall DJ (2015) Revealing hidden evolutionary capacity to cope with global change. Global Change Biology PDF DOI

Svensson R, Marshall DJ (2015) Limiting resources in sessile systems: food enhances diversity and growth of suspension feeders despite available space. Ecology PDF DOI

Thompson ML, Marshall DJ, Monro K (2015) Non-contact competition in a sessile marine invertebrate: causes and consequences. Marine Ecology Progress Series request  a copy DOI

Marshall DJ, Burgess SC (2015) Deconstructing environmental predictability: seasonality, environmental color and the biogeography of marine life histories. Ecology Letters PDF DOI

Marsall DJ (2015) Environmentally induced (co)variance in sperm and offspring phenotypes as a source of epigenetic effects. The Journal of Experimental Biology PDF DOI


2014

Marshall DJ, Steinberg PD (2014) Larval size and age affect colonization in a marine invertebrate. Journal of Experimental Biology PDF DOI

Allen R, Marshall DJ (2014) Egg size effects across multiple life-history stages in the marine annelid Hydroides diramphusPLoS ONE PDF DOI

Henshaw JM, Marshall DJ, Jennions MD, Kokko H (2014) Local gamete competition explains sex allocation and fertilisation strategies in the sea. The American Naturalist PDF DOI

Riedel A, Monro K, Blows MW, Marshall DJ (2014) The relative influence of resident species and environmental variation on community assembly. Marine Ecology Progress Series PDF DOI

Aguirre, JD, Blows MW, Marshall DJ (2014) The genetic covariance between life-cycle stages separated by metamorphosis. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences PDF DOI

Burgess SC, Marshall DJ (2014) Adaptive parental effects: the importance of estimating  environmental predictability and offspring fitness appropriately. Oikos PDF DOI

Jensen N, Allen RM, Marshall DJ (2014) Adaptive maternal and paternal effects: gamete plasticity in response to parental stress. Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Monro K, Marshall DJ (2014) Faster isn’t always better: selection on growth rate fluctuates across the life history and environments. The American Naturalist PDF DOI

Pringle JM, Byers JE, Pappalardo P, Wares JP, Marshall JP (2014) Circulation constrains the evolution of larval development modes and life histories in the coastal ocean. Ecology PDF DOI

Monro K, Marshall DJ (2014) Two sexes, one body: intra- and intersex covariation of gamete phenotypes in simultaneous hermaphrodites. Ecology and Evolution PDF DOI

Davis K, Marshall DJ (2014) Offspring size in a resident species affects community assembly. Journal of Animal Ecology PDF DOI


2013

Hart SP, Marshall DJ (2013) Environmental stress, facilitation, competition and coexistence. Ecology PDF DOI

Monro K, Marshall DJ (2013) Evolutionary constraints and the maintenance of individual specialization throughout succession. Evolution PDF DOI

Allen R, Marshall DJ (2013) Phenotypic links among life-history stages are complex and context-dependent in a marine invertebrate: interactions among offspring size, larval nutrition, and post-metamorphic density. Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Crean AJ, Dwyer JM, Marshall DJ (2013) Adaptive paternal effects? Experimental evidence that the paternal environment affects offspring performance. Ecology PDF DOI

Munday PL, Warner RR, Munro  K, Pandolfi JM, Marshall DJ (2013) Predicting evolutionary responses to climate change in the sea. Ecology Letters PDF DOI

Ritchie H, Marshall DJ (2013) Fertilisation is not a new beginning: sperm environment affects offspring developmental success. The Journal of Experimental Biology PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Bode M, White CR (2013) Estimating physiological tolerances – a comparison of traditional approaches to nonlinear regression techniques. The Journal of Experimental Biology PDF DOI

Johnson D, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2013) The maintenance of sperm variability: context-dependent selection on sperm morphology in a broadcast spawning invertebrate. Evolution PDF DOI

Ferguson N, White CR, Marshall DJ (2013) Competition in benthic marine invertebrates : the unrecognised role of exploitative competition for oxygen. Ecology PDF DOI

Burgess SC, Bode M, Marshall DJ (2013) Costs of dispersal alter optimal offspring size in patchy habitats: combining theory and data for a marine invertebrate. Functional Ecology PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Monro K (2013) Interspecific competition alters nonlinear selection on offspring size in the field. Evolution PDF DOI

Aguirre JD, Miller SH, Morgan SG, Marshall DJ (2012) Relatedness affects the density, distribution and phenotype of colonisers in four sessile marine invertebrates. Oikos PDF DOI


2012

Crean AJ, Dwyer JM, Marshall DJ (2012) Fertilization is not a new beginning: the relationship between sperm longevity and offspring performance. PLoS ONE PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Krug PJ, Kupriyanova EK, Byrne M, Emlet RB (2012) The biogeography of marine invertebrate life-histories. Annual Review of Ecology, Evolution and Systematics PDF DOI

Hart SP, Burgin JR, Marshall DJ (2012) Revisiting competition in a classic model system using formal links between theory and data. Ecology PDF DOI

Kesselring H, Wheatley R, Marshall DJ (2012) Initial offspring size mediates trade-off between fecundity and longevity in the field. Marine Ecology Progress Series PDF DOI

Burgess SC, Treml EA, Marshall DJ (2012) How do dispersal costs and habitat selection influence realized population connectivity? Ecology PDF DOI

Koh KS, Matz C, Tan CH, Le HL, Rice SA, Marshall DJ, Steinberg PP, Kjelleberg S (2012) Minimal increase in genetic diversity enhances predation resistance. Molecular Ecology PDF DOI

Aguirre JD, Marshall DJ (2012) Genetic diversity increases population productivity in a sessile marine invertebrate. Ecology PDF DOI

Hart SJ, Marshall DJ (2012) Advantages and disadvantages of interference-competitive ability and resource-use efficiency when invading established communities. Oikos PDF DOI

Aguirre JD, Marshall DJ (2012) Does genetic diversity reduce sibling competition? Evolution PDF DOI


2011

Burgess S, Marshall DJ (2011) Field estimates of planktonic larval duration in a marine invertebrate. Marine Ecology Progress Series PDF DOI

White CB, Kearney M, Mathews P, Koojiman S, Marshall DJ (2011) A manipulative test of competing theories for metabolic scaling. The American Naturalist PDF DOI

Crean AJ, Monro K, Marshall DJ (2011) Fitness consequences of larval traits persist across the metamorphic boundary. Evolution PDF DOI

Marshall DJ, Morgan SG (2011) Ecological and evolutionary consequences of linked life-history stages in the sea. Current Biology PDF DOI

Burgess SC, Marshall DJ (2011) Are numbers enough? Colonizer phenotype and abundance interact to affect population dynamics. Journal of Animal Ecology, 80: 681–687 PDF DOI

Burgess SC, Marshall DJ (2011) Temperature-induced maternal effects and environmental predictability. Journal of Experimental Biology, 214: 2329–2336 PDF DOI

Pandolfi JM, Connolly SR, Marshall DJ, Cohen AL (2011) Projecting coral reef futures under global warming and ocean acidification. Science, 333: 418–422 PDF DOI

Pandolfi JM, Connolly SR, Marshall DJ, Cohen AL (2011) The future of coral reefs – response. Science 334: 1495–1496 PDF DOI


2010

Allen RM, Marshall DJ (2010) The larval legacy: Cascading effects of recruit phenotype on ecological interactions. Oikos, 119: 1977–1983 PDF

Gooley TA, Marshall DJ, Monro K (2010) Responses to conspecific density in an arborescent bryozoan. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 415: 83–90 PDF

Bownds C, Wilson RS, Marshall DJ (2010) Why do colder mothers produce larger eggs? An optimality approach. Journal of Experimental Biology, 213: 3796–3801 PDF

Marshall DJ, Heppell SS, Munch SB, Warner RR (2010) The relationship between maternal phenotype and offspring quality: Do older mothers really produce the best offspring? Ecology 91: 2862–2873 PDF

Kamel SJ, Grosberg RK, Marshall DJ (2010) Family conflicts in the sea. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 25: 442-2873 PDF

David G, Marshall DJ, Riginos C (2010) Latitudinal variability in spatial genetic structure in the invasive ascidian Styela plicata. Marine Biology, 157: 1955–1965 PDF

Cook CN, Morgan DG, Marshall DJ (2010) Re-evaluating suitable habitat for reintroductions: lessons learnt from the eastern barred bandicoot (Perameles gunnii) recovery program. Animal Conservation, 13: 184–195

Monro K, Sinclair-Taylor T, Marshall DJ (2010) Selection on offspring size among environments: the roles of environmental quality and variability. Functional Ecology, 24: 676–684 PDF

Rius M, Turon X, Muniz Dias G, Marshall DJ (2010) Propagule size effects across multiple life-history stages in a marine invertebrate. Functional Ecology, 24: 685-693 PDF

Moran D, Muniz Dias G, Marshall DJ (2010) Associated costs and benefits of a defended phenotype across multiple environments. Functional Ecology, 24: 1299–1305 PDF

Cook CN, Wardell-Johnson G, Keatley M, Gowans SA, Gibson MS, Westbrooke ME, Marshall DJ (2010) Is what you see what you get? Visual vs. measured assessments of vegetation condition. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47: 650–661

Muniz Dias G, Marshall DJ (2010) Does the relationship between offspring size and performance change across the life-history? Oikos, 119: 154–162 PDF

Marshall DJ, Monro K, Bode M, Keough MJ, Swearer SE (2010) Phenotype-environment mismatches reduce connectivity in the sea. Ecology Letters 13: 128–140  email for a copy


2009

Allen RM, Krug PJ, Marshall DJ (2009) Larval size in Elysia stylifera is determined by extra-embryonic provisioning but not egg size. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 389: 127–137 PDF

McLeod L, Marshall DJ (2009) Do genetic diversity effects drive the benefits associated with multiple mating? A test in a marine invertebrate. PLoS One 4: e6347 PDF

Marshall DJ, Styan C, McQuaid CD (2009) Larval supply and dispersal. In: Marine Hardbottom communities. Ecological studies, 206 PDF

Jenkins SR, Marshall DJ, Fraschetti S (2009) Settlement and recruitment. In: Marine Hardbottom communities. Ecological studies, 206 PDF

Burgess SC, Hart SP, Marshall DJ (2009) Pre settlement behavior in larval bryozoans: the roles of larval age and size. Biological Bulletin, 216: 344–354 PDF

Hart SP, Marshall DJ (2009) Spatial arrangement affects population dynamics and competition independent of community composition. Ecology, 90: 1485–1491 PDF

Crean AJ, Marshall DJ (2009) Coping with environmental uncertainty: dynamic bet-hedging as a maternal effect. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society, 364: 1087–1096 PDF

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2009) Does interspecific competition affect offspring provisioning? Ecology, 90: 487–495 PDF

Rius M, Turon X, Marshall DJ (2009) Non-lethal effects of an invasive species in the marine environment: The importance of early life-history stages. Oecologia, 159: 873–882 PDF


2008

Marshall DJ, Bonduriansky R, Bussiere LF (2008) Offspring size as a maternal bet-hedging strategy in unpredictable environments. Ecology, 89: 2506–2517 PDF

Crean AJ, Marshall DJ ( 2008) Adaptive gamete plasticity in a broadcast spawning marine invertebrate. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, USA 105: 13508–13513 PDF

Marshall DJ, Allen RM, Crean AJ (2008) The ecological and evolutionary importance of maternal effects in the sea. Oceanography and Marine Biology: an Annual Review, 46: 203–250 request a copy

Marshall DJ (2008) Transgenerational plasticity in the sea: context dependent maternal effect across the life-history. Ecology, 89: 418–427 PDF

Allen RM, Buckley YM, Marshall DJ (2008) Offspring size plasticity in response to intraspecific competition: an adaptive maternal effect across life-history stages. American Naturalist, 171: 225–237 PDF

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2008) The relationship between offspring size and performance in the sea. American Naturalist, 171: 214–224 PDF

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2008) The evolutionary ecology of offspring size in marine invertebrates. Advances in Marine Biology, 53: 1–60 PDF


2007

Galletly BC, Blows MW, Marshall DJ (2007) Genetic mechanisms of pollution resistance in a marine invertebrate. Ecological Applications, 17: 2290–2297 PDF

Marshall DJ, Uller T (2007) When is a maternal effect adaptive? Oikos, 116: 1957–1963 PDF

Marshall DJ, Evans JP (2007) Context-dependent genetic benefits of polyandry in a marine hermaphrodite. Biology Letters, 3: 685–688 PDF

Bode M, Marshall DJ (2007) The quick and the dead? Sperm competition and sexual conflict in the sea. Evolution, 61: 2693–2700 PDF

Evans JP, Garcia-Gonzalez F, Marshall DJ (2007) Sources of genetic and phenotypic variance in sperm performance and larval traits in a sea urchin. Evolution, 61: 2832–3838 PDF

Marshall DJ, Bolton TF (2007) Sperm release strategies in marine broadcast spawners: the costs of releasing sperm quickly. Journal of Experimental Biology, 210: 3720–3727 PDF

Swanson RL, Marshall DJ, Steinberg PD (2007) Larval desperation and histamine: how simple responses can lead to complex changes in larval behaviour. Journal of Experimental Biology, 210: 3228–3235 PDF

Elkin CE, Marshall DJ (2007) Desperate larvae: the influence of deferred costs and habitat requirements on habitat selection. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 335: 143–153 PDF

Hollows CF, EL Johnston, Marshall DJ (2007) Copper reduces fertilization success and exacerbates Allee effects in the field. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 333: 51–60 PDF

Marshall DJ, TB Bolton (2007) Effects of egg size on the development time of non-feeding larvae. Biological Bulletin, 212: 6–11 PDF


2006

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2006) Complex life-cycles and maternal provisioning in marine invertebrates. Integrative and Comparative Biology, 46: 643–651 PDF

Marshall DJ (2006) Reliably estimating the effect of toxicants on fertilization success in marine broadcast spawners. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 52: 734–738 PDF

Gribben PE, Marshall DJ, Steinberg PD (2006) Less inhibited with age? Larval age modifies response to natural settlement inhibitors. Biofouling, 22: 101–106 PDF

Marshall DJ, Cook CN and Emlet RB (2006) Offspring size effects mediate competitive interactions in a colonial marine invertebrate. Ecology, 87: 214–225 PDF


2005 and earlier

Bennett CE, Marshall DJ (2005) The relative energetic costs of the larval period, larval swimming and metamorphosis for the ascidian Diplosoma listerianum. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology, 38: 21–29 PDF

Evans JP, Marshall DJ (2005) Male × female interactions influence fertilisation success and mediate the benefits of polyandry in the sea urchin Heliocidaris erythrogramma. Evolution, 59: 106–112 PDF

Marshall DJ (2005) Geographical variation in offspring size effects across generations. Oikos, 108: 602–608 PDF

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2005) Offspring size effects in the marine environment: a field test for a colonial invertebrate. Australian Ecology, 30: 275–280 PDF

Marshall DJ, Evans PJ (2005) Does egg competition occur in marine broadcast spawners? Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 18: 1244–1252 PDF

Marshall DJ, Evans PJ (2005) The benefits of polyandry in the free-spawning polychaete Galeolaria caespitosa. Journal of Evolutionary Biology, 18: 735–741 PDF 134

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2004) When the going gets rough: Effect of maternal size manipulation on offspring quality. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 272: 301–305 PDF

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2004) Variable effects of larval size on post-metamorphic performance in the field. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 279: 73–80 PDF

Marshall JD, Semmens D and Cook C (2004) Consequences of spawning at low tide: limited gamete dispersal for a rockpool anemone. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 266: 135–142 PDF

Marshall DJ, Evans JP, Steinberg PD (2004) The early sperm gets the good egg: mating order effects in free-spawners. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, B271: 1585–1589 PDF

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2003) Sources of variation in larval quality for free-spawning marine invertebrates: Egg size and the local sperm environment. Invertebrate Reproduction Development 44: 63–70

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2003) Effects of settler size and density on early post-settlement survival of Ciona intestinalis in the field. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 259: 139–144 PDF

Marshall DJ, Keough MJ (2003) Variation in the dispersal potential of non-feeding invertebrate larvae: the desperate larva hypothesis and larval size. Marine Ecology Progress Series,  255: 145–153 PDF

Marshall DJ, Pechenik JA, Keough MJ (2003) Larval activity levels and delayed metamorphosis affect post-larval performance in the colonial ascidian Diplosoma listerianum. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 246: 153–162 PDF

Marshall DJ, Bolton TF, Keough MJ (2003) Offspring size affects the post-metamorphic performance of a colonial marine invertebrate. Ecology, 84: 3131–3137 PDF

Marshall DJ (2002) In situ measures of spawning synchrony and fertilization success in an intertidal, free-spawning invertebrate. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 236: 113–119 PDF

Marshall DJ, Styan CA, Keough MJ (2002) Sperm environment affects offspring quality in broadcast spawning marine invertebrates. Ecology Letters, 5: 173–176 PDF

Marshall DJ, Day RW (2001) Change in the rate of shell deposition and shell microstructure in response to shell borers in the abalone Haliotis rubra. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 34: 189–195

Marshall DJ, Styan CA, Keough MJ (2000) Intraspecific co-variation between egg and body size affects fertilisation kinetics of free-spawning marine invertebrates. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 195: 305–309