Jeffrey A. Guy B.Sc. Marine Science (Hons)(UNSW), M. Aqua.(Deakin), Grad. Dip. Ed. (Sec.)(Charles Sturt), PhD (UNE) Jeff has worked as a research assistant/technician and laboratory manager at the UNSW and Sydney University in Australia, and the University of New Hampshire in the USA. Since then he has worked in Indochina as a fisheries adviser for APHEDA– an overseas development agency, and then as the aquaculture biologist at Australian Native Fish Pty Ltd. in Grafton. Jeff is currently team leader for the mulloway project at NMSC and has extensive experience in developing and managing collaborative research projects with industry.
Economic assessment of an intra-specific cross of silver perch (Bidyanus bidyanus Mitchell) for commercial farming (with Bill Johnston and Oscar J. Cacho), Aquaculture Economics and Management (2009)
The native freshwater silver perch, Bidyanus bidyanus, has the potential to form a large pond-based...
Heterosis in fingerlings from a diallel cross between two wild strains of silver perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) (with Dean R. Jerry and Stuart J. Rowland), Aquaculture Research (2009)
Cross-breeding was investigated as a strategy to improve performance of the Australian native freshwater fish,...
Effects of genetic strain and holding facility on the characteristics of alkaline phosphatase and brush border enzymes in silver perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) (with Yaniv Hakim, Stuart J. Rowland, Charles Mifsud, Zehava Uni, and Sheenan Harpaz), Aquaculture Research (2007)
The activity of the enzymes located in the digestive tract (pyloric caeca and intestine) in...
Ecological structure of assemblages of coral reef fishes on isolated patch reefs (with Peter F. Sale and Warren J. Steel), Oecologia (1994)
A 9-year study of the structure of assemblages of fish on 20 coral patch reefs,...
Persistence of community structure: what happens when you change taxonomic scale? (with Peter F. Sale), Coral Reefs (1992)
Characterisation of estuarine habitats (with Frederick T. Short and Peter F. Sale), The ecology of the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire and Maine: an estuarine profile and bibliography (1992)
Estuarine consumers (with Peter F. Sale, R Langan, and Frederick T. Short), The ecology of the Great Bay Estuary, New Hampshire and Maine: an estuarine profile and bibliography (1992)
Genetic Improvement: breeding for increased growth and performance in Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus Mitchell), PhD thesis, University of New England, Armidale, NSW (2008)
Land-based Mulloway (Argyrosomus japonicus) farming: a diversification opportunity for Northern NSW prawn farmers (with Erika Cross, Kenneth Cowden, and Andrew Carroll), Australian Prawn Farmers Association & Australian Barramundi Farmers Association Conference 2010 (2010)
The economic impact of low cost imported Asian prawns on the NSW aquaculture industry, Australian Prawn Farmers Association & Australian Barramundi Farmers Association Conference 2009 (2009)
Development of techniques for heritability estimation in Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) (with Stuart J. Rowland, Charles Mifsud, M Nixon, P Read, and R Simpson), Australasian Aquaculture Conference (2008)
Strategies for improved growth in Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) – practical considerations for industry (with Charles Mifsud, M Nixon, P Winters, D Foley, and Stuart J. Rowland), Australasian Aquaculture Conference (2008)
Heterosis for growth in a diallel cross between two strains of Silver Perch (Bidyanus bidyanus) (with Stuart J. Rowland, Charles Mifsud, M Nixon, N Ferrie, and R Simpson), Program and abstract book: Profiting from sustainability : Australasian Aquaculture 2004 (2004)
Basic fish health management for prawn farmers (with M Landos), RIRDC Project 002273 (2009)