Coming soon: Pert, C., Swearer, S., Dworjanyn, S., Turchini, G., Francis, D., & Dempster, T. (2017). Barrens of gold: gonad conditioning of an overabundant sea urchin.


White, C. A., Bannister, R. J., Dworjanyn, S. A., Husa, V., Nichols, P. D., Kutti, T., & Dempster, T. (2017). Consumption of aquaculture waste affects the fatty acid metabolism of a benthic invertebrate. Science of The Total Environment, 586, 1170-1181.



Mos, B., Byrne, M., & Dworjanyn, S. A. (2016). Biogenic acidification reduces sea urchin gonad growth and increases susceptibility of aquaculture to ocean acidification. Marine environmental research, 113, 39-48.


White, C. A., Dworjanyn, S. A., Nichols, P. D., Mos, B., & Dempster, T. (2016). Future aquafeeds may compromise reproductive fitness in a marine invertebrate. Marine environmental research, 122, 67-75.



Mos, B., Byrne, M., Cowden, K. L., & Dworjanyn, S. A. (2015). Biogenic acidification drives density-dependent growth of a calcifying invertebrate in culture. Marine biology, 162(8), 1541-1558.


Seymour, S., Paul, N. A., Dworjanyn, S. A., & de Nys, R. (2013). Feeding preference and performance in the tropical sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla. Aquaculture, 400, 6-13.



Mos, B., Cowden, K., & Dworjanyn, S. A. (2012). Potential for the commercial culture of the tropical sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla in Australia. RIRDC.



 Mos, B., Cowden, K. L., Nielsen, S. J., & Dworjanyn, S. A. (2011). Do cues matter? Highly inductive settlement cues don’t ensure high post-settlement survival in sea urchin aquaculture. PLoS One, 6(12), e28054.



Dworjanyn, S. A., & Pirozzi, I. (2008). Induction of settlement in the sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla by macroalgae, biofilms and conspecifics: A role for bacteria?. Aquaculture, 274(2), 268-274.



Dworjanyn, S. A., Pirozzi, I., & Liu, W. (2007). The effect of the addition of algae feeding stimulants to artificial diets for the sea urchin Tripneustes gratilla. Aquaculture, 273(4), 624-633.