• Nieman, C.L., Gray, S.M. 2018. Visual performance impaired by elevated sedimentary and algal turbidity in walleye Sander vitreus and emerald shiner Notropis atherinoides. In Press Journal of Fish Biology
  • Zapata, M.J., S.M.P. Sullivan, S.M. Gray. 2018. Artificial lighting at night in estuaries– implications from individuals to ecosystems. Estuaries and Coasts.
  • Nieman, C.L., A.L. Oppliger, C.C. McElwain, S.M. Gray. 2018. Visual detection thresholds in two trophically distinct fishes are compromised in algal compared to sedimentary turbidity. Conservation Physiology 6, coy044,
  • Oldham, R.C., L.M. Pintor, S.M. Gray. 2018. Behavioral differences within and among populations of an African cichlid found in divergent and extreme environments. Current Zoology. zoy027,
  • Sabol, A.C., J.K. Hellmann, S.M. Gray, I.M. Hamilton. 2017. The role of ultraviolet coloration in intrasexual interaction in colonial fish. Animal Behavior 131: 99-106.
  • Gray, S.M., L.H. McDonnell, N.E. Mandrak, L.J. Chapman. 2016. Species-specific effects of turbidity on the physiology of imperiled blackline shiners (Notropis epp.) in the Laurentian Great Lakes. Endangered Species Research 31: 271-277.
  • McNeil, G.V., C.N. Friesen, S.M. Gray, A. Aldredge, L.J. Chapman. 2016. Male colour variation in a eurytopic African cichlid: the rold of diet and hypoxia. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 118: 551-568.
  • Gray, S.M. Muddy Waters: The Influence of Soil and Sediment on Aquatic Life. In Lal, R. (Ed.) Encyclopedia of Soil Science. Taylor & Francis. In Press.
  • Nyboer, E.A., S.M. Gray, L.J. Chapman. 2014. A colourful youth: ontogenetic colour change is habitat specific in the invasive Nile perch. Hydrobiologia 738: 221-234. Link
  • Gray, S.M., F. M. E. Bieber, L.H. McDonnell, L.J. Chapman, and N.E. Mandrak. 2014. Turbidity effects vary among closely related fishes: Implications for conservation. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 24: 546-560. Link
  • Pfaender, J., S.M. Gray, S. Chapuis, I. Rick, R.K. Hadiaty and F. Herder. 2014. Spectral data reveal unexpected cryptic colour polymorphism in female sailfin silverside fish. Hydrobiologia 739: 155- 161. Link
  • Sabbah, S., N.F. Troje, S.M. Gray, and C.W. Hawryshyn. 2013. High complexity of aquatic irradiance may have driven the evolution of four-dimensional colour vision in shallow-water fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 216:1670-1682. Link
  • Herder, F., U.K. Schliewen, M.F. Geiger, R.K. Hadiaty, S.M. Gray, J.S. McKinnon, R. Walter, and J. Pfaender. 2012. Alien invasion in Wallace’s Dreampond: records of the hybridogenic “flowerhorn” cichlid in Lake Matano, with an annotated checklist of fish species introduced to the Malili Lakes system in Central Sulawesi. Aquatic Invasions 7: 521-535. Link
  • Gray, S.M., L.J. Chapman, and N.E. Mandrak. 2012. Turbidity reduces hatching success in Threatened Spotted Gar (Lepisosteus oculatus). Environmental Biology of Fishes 94: 689-694. Link
  • Gray, S.M., L.H. McDonnell*, F.G. Cinquemani*, and L.J. Chapman. 2012. As clear as mud: turbidity induces behavioral changes in the African cichlid Pseudocrenilabrus multicolor. Current Zoology 58: 143-154. Link
  • Sabbah, S., S.M. Gray, and C.W. Hawryshyn. 2012. Radiance fluctuations induced by surface waves can enhance the appearance of underwater objects. Limnology and Oceanography 57: 1025- 1041. Link
  • Gray, S.M., S. Sabbah, and C.W. Hawryshyn. 2011. Experimentally increased turbidity causes behavioural shifts in Lake Malawi cichlids. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 20: 529-536. Link
  • Crispo, E., J.-S. Moore, J. Lee-Yaw, S.M. Gray, and B. Haller. 2011. Human impacts on gene flow and the consequences for biodiversity. BioEssays 33: 508-518. Link
  • Gray, S.M., T.J. Lisney, F. Hart*, M. Tremblay*, and C.W. Hawryshyn. 2011. The effects of handling time, ambient light and anaesthetic method on the standardized measurement of fish colouration. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 330-342. Link
  • Sabbah, S., S.M. Gray, J.M. Fraser, R. Zatha, and C.W. Hawryshyn. 2011. The underwater photic environment of Cape Maclear, Lake Malawi: Comparison between rock- and sand-bottom habitats and implications for cichlid fish vision. Journal of Experimental Biology 214: 487-500. Link
  • Watson, C.T., S.M. Gray, M. Hoffmann, K.P. Lubieniecki, B.S. Sandkam, Detlef Weigel, E.R. Loew,C. Dreyer, W.S. Davidson, F. Breden. 2011. Gene duplication and divergence of long wavelength-sensitive opsin genes in the guppy, Poecilia reticulataJournal of Molecular Evolution 72: 240-252. Link
  • van der Sluijs, I., S.M. Gray, M.C.P. Amorim , I. Barber, U. Candolin, A. Hendry, R. Krahe, M.E.Maan, A.C. Utne-Palm, H.J. Wagner, and B.B.M. Wong. 2011. Communication in troubled waters: The evolutionary implications of changing environments on fish communication systems. Evolutionary Ecology 25: 623-640. Link
  • Sabbah, S., R.L. Laria, S.M. Gray, and C.W. Hawryshyn. 2010. Functional diversity in the color
    vision of cichlid fishes. BMC Biology 8: 133. Link
  • GrayS.M., L.M. Dill, F.Y. Tantu, E.R. Loew, F. Herder, and J.S. McKinnon. 2008. Environment contingent sexual selection in a colour polymorphic fish. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B 275: 1785-1791. Link
  • Gray, S.M., J.S. McKinnon, F.Y. Tantu, and L.M. Dill. 2008. “Sneaky eating” in Telmatherina
    sarasinorum, an endemic egg-eating fish from Lake Matano, Sulawesi. Journal of Fish Biology 73:1-4 Link
  • Gray, S.M. and J.S. McKinnon. 2007. Linking colour polymorphism maintenance and speciation.
    Trends in Ecology and Evolution 22:71-79. Link
  • Gray, S.M., L.M. Dill and J.S. McKinnon. 2007. Cuckoldry incites cannibalism. American
    Naturalist 169: 258-263. Link
  • Gray, S.M. and J.S. McKinnon. 2006. A comparative description of mating behaviour in the endemic telmatherinid fishes of Sulawesi’s Malili Lakes. Environmental Biology of Fishes 75 (4): 469-480. Link
  • GrayS.M., B.W. Robinson, and K.J. Parsons. 2005. Testing ecological character displacement against alternative explanations of character shifts in brook sticklebacks (Culaea inconstans).Oecologia 146: 25-35. Link

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