Journal Papers 2008
Daley B, Griggs P, Marsh H (2008). Reconstructing reefs: qualitative methods and the environmental history of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Qualitative Research: 8: 584-615
Daley B, Griggs P, Marsh H (2008). Exploiting marine wildlife in Queensland: the commercial dugong and marine turtle fisheries, 1847-1969. Australian Economic History Review. 48: 227-265
Dobbs K, Fernandes L, Slegers S, Jago B, Thompson L, Hall L, Day J, Cameron D,Tanzer J, Macdonald F, Marsh H, Coles R (2008). Incorporating dugong habitats into the marine protected area design for the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park, Queensland, Australia. Ocean and Coastal Management : 368-37
Garrigue C, Patenaude N, Marsh H (2008). Distribution and abundance of the dugong in New Caledonia, southwest Pacific Marine Mammal Science. Marine Mammal Science 24:71-80
Grech A, Marsh H, Coles R (2008).A spatial assessment of the risk to a mobile marine mammal from bycatch.
. Aquatic Conservation 18: 1127-1139
Marsh H, Kwan D (2008). Temporal variability in the life history and reproductive biology of female dugongs in Torre Strait: the likely role of sea grass dieback. Continental Shelf Research 28:
Grech A, Marsh H (2008). Rapid assessment of risks to a mobile marine mammal in an ecosystem-scale marine protected area, Conservation Biology 22: 711-720.
Sheppard JK, Carter AB, McKenzie LJ, Pitcher CR, Coles RG (2008).Spatial patterns of sub-tidal seagrasses and their tissue nutrients in the Torres Strait, northern Australia: Implications for management, Conservation Biology 22: 711-720.