Journal Papers 2005

Fernandes L, Day J, Lewis A, Slegers S, Kerrigan B, Breen D, Cameron D, Jago B, Hall J, Lowe D, Innes J, Tanzer J, Chadwick V, Thompson L, Gorman K, Simmons M, Barnett B, Sampson K, De’ath G, Mapstone B, Marsh H, Possingham H , Ball I, Ward T , Dobbs K, Zumend J, Slater D, Stapleton K (2005). Establishing representative no-take areas in the Great Barrier Reef: large-scale implementation of Theory on Marine Protected Areas. Conservation Biology: 19 1733-1744

Arthur R, Done TJ, Marsh H (2005). Benthic recovery four years after and El Nino-induced coral mass mortality in the Lakshadweep atolls. Current Science.89: 694-699

Havemann P, Thiriet D, Marsh H, Jones C (2005). Decolonising conservation? Traditional use of marine resources agreements and dugong hunting in the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area. Environmental and Planning Law Journal. 22: 258-280/

Chilvers BL, Delean S, Gales NJ, Holley DK, Lawler IR, Marsh H, Preen AR (2005). Corrigendum to “Diving behaviour of dugongs, Dugong dugon” [J. Exp. Mar. Biol. Ecol. 304 (2004) 203–224]. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 315: 115

Chilvers BL, Lawler IR, Macknight F, Marsh H, Noad M, Paterson R (2005). Moreton Bay, Queensland, Australia: an example of the co-existence of significant marine mammal populations and large-scale coastal development. Biological Conservation 122: 559-571

Floerl O, Inglis G, Marsh H (2005). Selectivity in vector management: an investigation of the effectiveness of measures used to prevent transport of non-indigenous species. Biological Invasions 7: 459-475

Marsh H, De'Ath G, Gribble N, Lane B (2005). Historical marine population estimates: Triggers or targets for conservation? The dugong case study. Ecological Applications 15: 481-492

Mellors J, Waycott M, Marsh H (2005). Variation in biogeochemical parameters across intertidal seagrass meadows in the central Great Barrier Reef region. Marine Pollution Bulletin 51: 335-342