Journal Papers 2007

Grech A, Marsh H (2007). Prioritising areas for dugong conservation in a marine protected area using a spatially explicit population model. Applied GIS 3(2): 1-14

Hazel J, Lawler IR, Marsh HD, Robson SK (2007). Vessel speed increases collision risk for the green turtle Chelonia mydas. Endangered Species Research, 3,: 105 – 113

Hodgson AJ, Marsh HD (2007). Response of dugongs to boat traffic: The risk of disturbance and displacement. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology: 340: 50 – 61

Hodgson AJ, Marsh H, DeleanS, Marcus L(2007). Is attempting to change marine mammal behaviour a generic solution to the bycatch problem? A dugong case study. Animal Conservation. 10: 263-273

Lukoschek V, Heatwole HF, Grech AM, Burns G, Marsh HD (2007). Distribution of two species of sea snakes, Aipysurus laevis and Emydocephalus annulatus, in the southern Great Barrier Reef: metapopulation dynamics, marine protected areas and conservation. Coral Reefs 26: 291-307

Lukoschek V, Waycott M, Marsh HD (2007). Phylogeography of the olive sea snake, Aipysurus laevis (Hydrophiinae) indicates Pleistocene range expansion around northern Australia but low contemporary gene flow. Molecular Ecology 16: 3406 – 3422

Marsh H, Dennis A, Hines H, Kutt A, McDonald K, Weber E, Williams S, Winter J (2007). Optimising the allocation of management resources to species of wildlife. Conservation Biology. 21:387-399

Sheppard J, Lawler IR, Marsh H (2007). A seagrass meadow as pasture for seacows: landscape–level dugong habitat evaluation. Coastal and Estuarine Science. 71: 117-132

Wilson RF, Marsh H, Winter JW (2007). Importance of canopy connectivity on home range and movement of arboreal ringtail possum, Hemibelideus lemuroides. Wildlife Research.34: 177-184