Research

Publications

IMAS researchers have authored more than 2500 publications since the Institute's inception in 2010. These have included peer-reviewed papers, contract reports, edited books, book chapters and conference abstracts, which have received more than 18,500 citations in other scientific publications worldwide.

More than 2000 IMAS publications are now available free of charge through the University of Tasmania's searchable publications database, eCite Digital Repository, by clicking the ECite - All IMAS Publications button below. The eCite database can be searched in a variety of ways, including through Google and Easy Search. The Advanced Search function allows searches by a range of variables, including author, title, date, keywords, and type.

A select range of publications across our research centres can be found by clicking the Select Publications button

To access our Fisheries and Aquaculture publications and resources, including the latest fishery assessments, click the Fisheries & Aquaculture Reports button.

eCite - All IMAS PublicationsSelect PublicationsFisheries & Aquaculture Reports

Authorised by the Executive Director, Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies
July 6, 2017