Dr Fran Hockley
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Dr Fran Hockley

Diving Instructor

Marine Station - School of Biological and Marine Sciences (Faculty of Science and Engineering)

Publications

Publications

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Journals
Articles
Reynolds M, Hockley FA, Wilson CAME & Cable J (2019) 'Assessing the effects of water flow rate on parasite transmission amongst a social host' Hydrobiologia 830, (1) 201-212 , DOI
Newbold LR, Hockley FA, Williams CF, Cable J, Reading AJ, Auchterlonie N & Kemp PS (2015) 'Relationship between European eel <i>Anguilla anguilla</i> infection with non-native parasites and swimming behaviour on encountering accelerating flow' Journal of Fish Biology 86, (5) 1519-1533 , DOI
Hockley FA, Wilson CAME, Graham N & Cable J (2014) 'Combined effects of flow condition and parasitism on shoaling behaviour of female guppies Poecilia reticulata' Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology 68, (9) 1513-1520 , DOI
Hockley FA, Wilson CAME, Brew A & Cable J (2014) 'Fish responses to flow velocity and turbulence in relation to size, sex and parasite load' Journal of The Royal Society Interface 11, (91) 20130814-20130814 , DOI
van Oosterhout C, Mohammed R, Xavier R, Stephenson J, Archard G, Hockley F, Perkins S & Cable J (2013) 'Invasive freshwater snails provide resource for native marine hermit crabs' Aquatic Invasions 8, (2) 185-191 , DOI
Longshaw M, Bateman KS, Stebbing P, Stentiford GD & Hockley FA (2012) 'Disease risks associated with the importation and release of non-native crayfish species into mainland Britain' Aquatic Biology 16, (1) 1-15 , DOI
Longshaw M, Stebbing PD, Bateman KS & Hockley FA (2012) 'Histopathological survey of pathogens and commensals of white-clawed crayfish (Austropotamobius pallipes) in England and Wales' Journal of Invertebrate Pathology 110, (1) 54-59 , DOI
Hockley FA, Williams CF, Reading AJ, Taylor NGH & Cable J (2011) 'Parasite fauna of introduced pumpkinseed fish Lepomis gibbosus: first British record of Onchocleidus dispar (Monogenea)' Diseases of Aquatic Organisms 97, (1) 65-73 , DOI