Unpublished Documents / Student Theses

Helene Marsh, John Bradley, Guido Parra, Alana Grech, Scott Whiting, Isabel Beasley, Steve Johnson, David Barrett, Nicholas Fitzpatrick, Graham Friday, Anthony Johnston, Fiona Keighran, Ronnie Miller, Leanne Norman, Leonard Norman, Damien Pracy, and the Yanyuwa families (2010). Yarrbanthawu ki-Miriyiyu: Looking for Dolphins. Project Report

Appendix 4 Poster.

Appendix 5 Poster.

Marsh H (2008). Distribution and abundance of the dugong in Gulf of Carpentaria waters: a basis for cross-jurisdictional conservation planning and management. Australian Centre for Applied Marine Mammal Science. Final Report.

Groom RA, Lawler IR, Marsh H (2004). The risk to dugongs of vessel strike in the Southern Bay Islands area of Moreton Bay. James Cook University.

Southern Great Barrier Reef Survey 2005. Final Report. Volume 2.

Hodgson AJ, Marsh H, Gales N, Holley D, Lawler I (2007). Dugong population trends across two decades in Shark Bay, Ningaloo Reef and Exmouth Gulf. Department of Environment and Conservation. Western Australia.

Workshop on spatial closures as one of the possible management tools for community-based management of dugongs and turtles in Torres Strait. Report. Sponsored by MTSRF, TSRA and JCU.

Grayson J, Marsh H, Delean S, Hagihara R (). Improving knowledge of dugong life history using surrogate data. Marine and Tropical Science Research Facility. Projects 2007-08. James Cook University.

Marsh H (2009) Sustainable use of marine species of conservation concern. Project 1.4.2 Final Report 2008/2009. Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility. James Cook University.

Hodgson AJ, Marsh H, Gales N, Holley D, Lawler, I (). Dugong population trends across two decades in Shark Bay, Ningaloo Reef and Exmouth Gulf. Department of Environment and Conservation.

Some Student Theses

Grech A (2009). Spatial models and risk assessments to inform marine planning at ecosystem-scales: seagrasses and dugongs as a case study. PhD Thesis, James Cook University.

Hodgson AJ (2004). Dugong behaviour and responses to human influences. PhD Thesis, James Cook University.

Sheppard JK ().The spatial ecology of dugongs: applications to conservation management. PhD Thesis, James Cook University.

Kwan D (2002). Towards a sustainable indigenous fishery for dugongs in Torres strait: a contribution of empirical data analysis and process. PhD Thesis, James Cook University.

Preen AR (1992). Interactions between dugongs and seagrasses in a subtropical environment. PhD Thesis, James Cook University.

Sutaria DN (2009). Species conservation in a complex socio-ecological system: Irrawaddy dolphins, Orcaella brevirostris in Chilika Lagoon,India. PhD Thesis, James Cook University.

Sutaria DN - Opening pages of thesis.

Powerpoint Presentations

Conserving the mammalian order Sirenia

Dugongs: the conservation challenge

Yanyuwa Sea Country Marine Wildlife Surveys