Publications by: Mark Hamann

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Riskas, Kimberly A., Fuentes, Mariana M.P.B., and Hamann, Mark (2016) Justifying the need for collaborative management of fisheries bycatch: a lesson from marine turtles in Australia. Biological Conservation, 196. pp. 40-47.

Udyawer, V., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Read, M., Hamann, M., and Heupel, M.R. (2016) Exploring habitat selection in sea snakes using passive acoustic monitoring and Bayesian hierarchical models. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 546. pp. 249-262.

Shimada, Takahiro, Jones, Rhondda, Limpus, Colin, Groom, Rachel, and Hamann, Mark (2016) Long-term and seasonal patterns of sea turtle home ranges in warm coastal foraging habitats: implications for conservation. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 562. pp. 163-179.

Shimada, Takahiro, Limpus, Colin, Jones, Rhondda, Hazel, Julia, Groom, Rachel, and Hamann, Mark (2016) Sea turtles return home after intentional displacement from coastal foraging areas. Marine Biology, 163 (8). pp. 1-14.

Jensen, Michael P., Bell, Ian, Limpus, Colin J., Hamann, Mark, Ambar, Stephen, Whap, Terrence, David, Charles, and FitzSimmons, Nancy N. (2016) Spatial and temporal genetic variation among size classes of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) provides information on oceanic dispersal and population dynamics. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 543. pp. 241-256.

Shimada, Takahiro, Jones, Rhondda, Limpus, Colin, and Hamann, Mark (2016) Time-restricted orientation of green turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 484. pp. 31-38.

D'Lima, Coralie, Welters, Riccardo, Hamann, Mark, and Marsh, Helene (2016) Using regional geographic scale substitution to value coastal wildlife tourism: implications for stakeholders, conservation and management. Ocean & Coastal Management, 128. pp. 52-60.

Eagle, Lynne, Hamann, Mark, and Low, David R. (2016) The role of social marketing, marine turtles and sustainable tourism in reducing plastic pollution. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 107 (1). pp. 324-332.

Udyawer, Vinay, Read, Mark, Hamann, Mark, Simpfendorfer, Colin A., and Heupel, Michelle R. (2015) Effects of environmental variables on the movement and space use of coastal sea snakes over multiple temporal scales. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 473. pp. 26-34.

Critchell, K., Grech, A., Schlaefer, J., Andutta, F.P., Lambrechts, J., Wolanski, E., and Hamann, M. (2015) Modelling the fate of marine debris along a complex shoreline: lessons from the Great Barrier Reef. Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science , 167 (Part B). pp. 414-426.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Bell, I., Hagihara, R., Hamann, M., Hazel, J., Huth, A., Seminoff, J.A., Sobtzick, S., and Marsh, H. (2015) Improving in-water estimates of marine turtle abundance by adjusting aerial survey counts for perception and availability biases. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 471. pp. 77-83.

Zeh, Daniel R., Heupel, Michelle R., Limpus, Colin J., Hamann, Mark, Fuentes, Marianna M.P.B., Babcock, Russel C., Pillans, Richard D., Townsend, Kathy A., and Marsh, Helene (2015) Is acoustic tracking appropriate for air-breathing marine animals? Dugongs as a case study. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 464. pp. 1-10.

Williams, Jessica L., Pierce, Simon J., Fuentes, Marianna M.P.B., and Hamann, Mark (2015) Effectiveness of recreational divers for monitoring sea turtle populations. Endangered Species Research, 26 (3). pp. 209-219.

Schaffer, Jason R., Hamann, Mark, Rowe, Richard, and Burrows, Damien W. (2015) Muddy waters: the influence of high suspended-sediment concentration on the diving behaviour of a bimodally respiring freshwater turtle from north-eastern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research.

Nelms, Sarah E., Duncan, Emily M., Broderick, Annette C., Galloway, Tamara S., Godfrey, Matthew H., Hamann, Mark, Lindeque, Penelope K., and Godley, Brendan J. (2015) Plastic and marine turtles: a review and call for research. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 73 (2). pp. 165-181.

Kamrowski, Ruth L., Sutton, Stephen G., Tobin, Renae C., and Hamann, Mark (2014) Potential applicability of persuasive communication to light-glow reduction efforts: a case study of marine turtle conservation. Environmental Management, 54 (3). pp. 583-595.

Kamrowski, Ruth L., Limpus, Colin, Jones, Rhondda, Anderson, Sharolyn, and Hamann, Mark (2014) Temporal changes in artificial light exposure of marine turtle nesting areas. Global Change Biology, 20. pp. 2437-2449.

Kamrowski, Ruth L., Sutton, Stephen G., Tobin, Renae C., and Hamann, Mark (2014) Balancing artificial light at night with turtle conservation? Coastal community engagement with light-glow reduction. Environmental Conservation, 42 (2). pp. 171-181.

Hilbert, David W., Hill, Rosemary, Moran, Catherine, Turton, Stephen M., Bohnet, Iris C., Marshall, Nadine A., Pert, Petina L., Stoeckl, Natalie, Murphy, Helen T., Reside, April E., Laurance, Susan G.W., Alamgir, Mohammed, Coles, Rob, Crowley, Gabriel, Curnock, Matt, Dale, Allan, Duke, Norman C., Esparon, Michelle, Farr, Marina, Gillet, Sarah, Gooch, Margaret, Fuentes, Mariana, Hamann, Mark, James, Cassandra S., Kroon, Frederieke J., Larson, Silva, Lyons, Pethie, Marsh, Helene, Meyer Steiger, Dagmar, Sheaves, Marcus, and Westcott, David (2014) Climate change issues and impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM cluster region. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

Vegter, A.C., Barletta, M., Beck, C., Borrero, J., Burton, H., Campbell, M.L., Costa, M.F., Eriksen, M., Eriksson, C., Estrades, A., Gilardi, K.V.K., Hardesty, B.D., Ivar do Sul, J.A., Lavers, J.L., Lazar, B., Lebreton, L., Nichols, W.J., Ribic, C.A., Ryan, P.G., Schuyler, Q.A., Smith, S.D.A., Takada, H., Townsend, K.A., Wabnitz, C.C.C., Wilcox, C., Young, L.C., and Hamann, M. (2014) Global research priorities to mitigate plastic pollution impacts on marine wildlife. Endangered Species Research, 25 (3). pp. 225-247.

Kamrowski, Ruth L., Limpus, Col, Pendoley, Kellie, and Hamann, Mark (2014) Influence of industrial light pollution on the sea-finding behaviour of flatback turtle hatchlings. Wildlife Research, 41 (5). pp. 421-434.

Whittock, Paul A., Pendoley, Kellie L., and Hamann, Mark (2014) Inter-nesting distribution of flatback turtles Natator depressus and industrial development in Western Australia. Endangered Species Research, 26 (1). pp. 25-38.

Hilbert, David W., Hill, Rosemary, Moran, Catherine, Turton, Steve M., Bohnet, Iris C., Marshall, Nadine A., Pert, Petina L., Stoeckl, Natalie, Murphy, Helen T., Reside, April E., Laurance, Susan G.W., Alamgir, Mohammed, Coles, Rob, Crowley, Gabriel, Curnock, Matthew, Dale, Allan, Duke, Norman C., Esparon, Michelle, Farr, Marina, Gillet, Sarah, Gooch, Margaret, Fuentes, Marianna, Hamann, Mark, James, Cassandra S., Kroon, Frederieke J., Larson, Silva, Lyons, Pethie, Marsh, Helene, Meyer Steiger, Dagmar, Sheaves, Marcus, and Westcott, David A. (2014) Key messages extracted from the Synthesis of Climate Change Issues and Impacts in the Wet Tropics NRM Cluster Region. Report. James Cook University, Cairns, QLD, Australia.

D'Lima, Dominique, Marsh, Helene, Hamann, Mark, Sinha, Anindya, and Arthur, Rohan (2014) Positive interactions between Irrawaddy dolphins and artisanal fishers in the Chilika Lagoon of Eastern India are driven by ecology, socioeconomics, and culture. Ambio, 43 (5). pp. 614-624.

O'Shea, Owen R., Hamann, Mark, Smith, Walter, and Taylor, Heidi (2014) Predictable pollution: an assessment of weather balloons and associated impacts on the marine environment - an example for the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 79 (1-2). pp. 61-68.

Gredzens, Christian, Marsh, Helene, Fuentes, Marianna M.P.B., Limpus, Colin J., Shimada, Takahiro, and Hamann, Mark (2014) Satellite tracking of sympatric marine megafauna can inform the biological basis for species co-management. PLoS ONE, 9 (6). pp. 1-12.

Grech, A., Bos, M., Brodie, J., Coles, R., Dale, A., Gilbert, R., Hamann, M., Marsh, H., Neil, K., Pressey, R.L., Rasheed, M.A., Sheaves, M., and Smith, A. (2013) Guiding principles for the improved governance of port and shipping impacts in the Great Barrier Reef. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 75 (1). pp. 8-20.

Hazel, Julia, Hamann, Mark, and Lawler, Ivan R. (2013) Home range of immature green turtles tracked at an offshore tropical reef using automated passive acoustic technology. Marine Biology, 160 (3). pp. 617-627.

Weiss, Kristen, Hamann, Mark, and Marsh, Helene (2013) Bridging knowledges: understanding and applying indigenous and western scientific knowledge for marine wildlife management. Society and Natural Resources, 26 (3). pp. 285-302.

Hamann, Mark, Fuentes, Mariana M.P.B., Ban, Natalie C., and Mocellin, Véronique J.L. (2013) Climate change and marine turtles. In: Wyneken, Jeanette, Lohmann, Kenneth J., and Musick, John A., (eds.) The biology of sea turtles. CRC Press, Boca Raton, FL, USA, pp. 353-378.

Udyawer, Vinay, Read, Mark A., Hamann, Mark, Simpfendorfer, Colin A., and Heupel, Michelle R. (2013) First record of sea snake (Hydrophis elegans, Hydrophiinae) entrapped in marine debris. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 73 (1). pp. 336-338.

Eagle, Lynne, Hamann, Mark, and Low, David R. (2013) The role of social marketing and sustainable tourism in reducing plastic pollution. In: Proceedings of Australia New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference 2013. From: Australian and New Zealand Marketing Academy Conference, 1-4 December 2013, Adelaide, SA, Australia.

Shimada, Takahiro, Jones, Rhondda, Limpus, Colin, and Hamann, Mark (2012) Improving data retention and home range estimates by data-driven screening. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 457. pp. 171-180.

Hazen, Elliott L., Maxwell, Sara M., Bailey, Helen, Bograd, Steven J., Hamann, Mark, Gaspar, Philippe, Godley, Brendan J., and Shillinger, George L. (2012) Ontogeny in marine tagging and tracking science: technologies and data gaps. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 457. pp. 221-240.

Shillinger, George L., Bailey, Helen, Bograd, Stephen J., Hazen, Elliot L., Hamann, Mark, Gaspar, Philippe, Godley, Brendan J., Wilson, Rory P., and Spotila, James R. (2012) Tagging through the stages: technical and ecological challenges in observing life histories through biologging. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 457. pp. 165-170.

Kamrowski, Ruth L., Limpus, Col, Moloney, James, and Hamann, Mark (2012) Coastal light pollution and marine turtles: assessing the magnitude of the problem. Endangered Species Research, 19 (1). pp. 85-98.

Weiss, Kristen, Hamann, Mark, Kinney, Michael, and Marsh, Helene (2012) Knowledge exchange and policy influence in a marine resource governance network. Global Environmental Change, 22 (1). pp. 178-188.

Fuentes, Mariana M.P.B., Hamann, Mark, and Lukoschek, Vimoksalehi (2012) Marine reptiles. In: Poloczanska, E.S., Hobday, A.J., and Richardson, A.J., (eds.) A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia. CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research, Brisbane, QLD, Australia, pp. 379-400.

Fuentes, Mariana, Bateman, Brooke L., and Hamann, Mark (2011) Relationship between tropical cyclones and the distribution of sea turtle nesting grounds. Journal of Biogeography, 38 (10). pp. 1886-1896.

Todd, Erica, Blair, David, Hamann, Mark, and Jerry, Dean (2011) Twenty-nine microsatellite markers for two Australian freshwater turtles, Elseya albagula and Emydura macquarii krefftii: development from 454-sequence data and utility in related taxa. Conservation Genetics Resources, 3 (3). pp. 449-456.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Limpus, C.J., and Hamann, M. (2011) Vulnerability of sea turtle nesting grounds to climate change. Global Change Biology, 17 (1). pp. 140-153.

Wallace, Bryan P., DiMatteo, Andrew D., Bolten, Alan B., Chaloupka, Milani Y., Hutchinson, Brian J., Abreu-Grobois, F. Alberto, Mortimer, Jeanne A., Seminoff, Jeffery A., Amorocho, Diego, Bjorndal, Karen A., Bourjea, Jérôme, Bowen, Brian W., Dueñas, Raquel Briseño, Casale, Paolo, Choudhury, B.C., Costa, Alice, Dutton, Peter H., Fallabrino, Alejandro, Finkbeiner, Elena M., Girard, Alexandre, Girondot, Marc, Hamann, Mark, Hurley, Brendan J., López-Mendilaharsu, Milagros, Marcovaldi, Maria Angela, Musick, John A., Nel, Ronel, Pilcher, Nicolas J., Troëng, Sebastian, Witherington, Blair, and Mast, Roderic B. (2011) Global conservation priorities for marine turtles. PLoS ONE, 6 (9). pp. 1-14.

Hamann, Mark, Grech, Alana, Wolanski, Eric, and Lambrechts, Jonathan (2011) Modelling the fate of marine turtle hatchlings. Ecological Modelling, 222 (8). pp. 1515-1521.

Wallace, Bryan P., DiMatteo, Andrew D., Hurley, Brendan J., Finkbeiner, Elena M., Bolten, Alan B., Chaloupka, Milani Y., Hutchinson, Brian J., Abreu-Grobois, F. Alberto, Amorocho, Diego, Bjorndal, Karen A., Bourjea, Jerome, Bowen, Brian W., Briseño Dueñas, Raquel, Casale, Paolo, Choudhury, B.C., Costa, Alice, Dutton, Peter H., Fallabrino, Alejandro, Girard, Alexandre, Girondot, Marc, Godfrey, Matthew H., Hamann, Mark, López-Mendilharsu, Milagros, Marcovaldi, Maria Angela, Mortimer, Jeanne A., Musick, John A., Nel, Ronel, Pilcher, Nicolas J., Seminoff, Jeffrey A., Tröeng, Sebastian, Witherington, Blair, and Mast, Roderic B. (2010) Regional management units for marine turtles: a novel framework for prioritizing conservation and research across multiple scales. PLoS ONE, 5 (12). pp. 1-11.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B, Limpus, C.J., and Hamann, M. (2010) Impacts of climate change on the largest green turtle population in the world: the nGBR green turtle population. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter, 12. pp. 6-8.

Salmon, Michael, Hamann, Mark, and Wyneken, Jeanette (2010) The development of early diving behavior by juvenile flatback sea turtles (Natator depressus). Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 9 (1). pp. 8-17.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Limpus, C.J., Hamann, M., and Dawson, J. (2010) Potential impacts of projected sea-level rise on sea turtle rookeries. Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems , 20 (2). pp. 132-139.

Santana Garcon, J., Grech, A., Moloney, J., and Hamann, M. (2010) Relative Exposure Index: an important factor in sea turtle nesting distribution. Aquatic Conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems , 20 (2). pp. 140-149.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Hamann, M., and Limpus, C.J. (2010) Past, current and future thermal profiles of green turtle nesting grounds: implications from climate change. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 383 (1). pp. 56-64.

Hamann, M., Godfrey, M.H., Seminoff, J.A., Arthur, K., Barata, P.C.R., Bjorndal, K.A., Bolten, A.B., Broderick, A.C., Campbell, L.M., Carreras, C., Casale, P., Chaloupka, M., Chan, S.K.F, Coyne, M.S., Crowder, L.B., Diez, C.E., Dutton, P.H., Epperly, S.P., FitzSimmons, N.N., Formia, A., Girondot, M., Hays, G.C., Cheng, I.J., Kaska, Y., Lewison, R., Mortimer, J.A., Nichols, W.J., Reina, R.D., Shanker, K., Spotila, J.R., Tomás, J., Wallace, B.P., Work, T.M., Zbinden, J., and Godley, B.J. (2010) Global research priorities for sea turtles: informing management and conservation in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research, 11 (3). pp. 245-269.

Grayson, Jillian, Hamann, Mark, Marsh, Helene, and Ambar, Stephen (2010) Options for managing the sustainable use of green turtles: perceptions of Hammond Islanders in Torres Strait. Conservation and Society, 8 (1). pp. 73-83.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Dawson, J.L., Smithers, Scott, Hamann, M., and Limpus, C.J. (2010) Sedimentological characteristics of key sea turtle rookeries: potential implications under projected climate change. Marine and Freshwater Research, 61 (4). pp. 464-473.

Salmon, Michael, Hamann, Mark, Wyneken, Jeanette, and Schauble, Chloe (2009) Early swimming activity by hatchling flatback sea turtles (Natator depressus): a test of the “predation risk” hypothesis. Endangered Species Research, 9 (1). pp. 41-47.

Hazel, Julia, Lawler, Ivan R., and Hamann, Mark (2009) Diving at the shallow end: green turtle behaviour in near-shore foraging habitat. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 371 (1). pp. 84-92.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B., and Hamann, M. (2009) A rebuttal to the claim natural beaches confer fitness benefits to nesting marine turtles. Biology Letters, 5 (2). pp. 266-267.

Howard, W., de Salas, M, Cheal, A., Lough, J., McKinnon, D., Meekan, M., Sweatman, H., Coleman, M., Chambers, L., Dunlop, N., Church, J., Dowdney, J., Feng, M., Griffiths, S., Hemer, M., Hobday, A., Mapstone, B., Matear, R., Poloczanska, E., Richardson, A., Ridgway, K., Risbey, J., Thompson, P., Thresher, R., Weller, E., Saintilan, N., Wilson, S., Lenanton, R., Hosja, W., Moore, P., Wernberg, T., Marshall, P., Connolly, R., McDonald, J., Hill, K., Congdon, B, Devney, C., Fuentes, M., Graham, N., Hamann, M., Hughes, T., Kingsford, M., Munday, P., Pratchett, M., Sheaves, M., Goodwin, I., Raftos, D., Williamson, J., Beardall, J., Brett, S., Waschka, M., Dann, P., Ward, T., Edgar, G., Swadling, K., Connell, S., Russell, B., Lukoschek, V., Havenhand, J., McGregor, S., Jenkins, G., Campbell, A., Steinberg, P., Anthony, K., Lovelock, C., Skilleter, G., Figueira, W., Davidson, J., Hallegraeff, G., Holbrook, N., Booth, D., Doblin, M., Kendrick, G., Smale, D., Parker, L., and Ross, P. (2009) Marine Climate Change in Australia: impacts and adaptation responses: 2009 report card. Report. National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility (NCCARF).

Grech, Alana, Marsh, Helene, and Hamann, Mark (2009) Providing a Knowledge Base for Implementing the National Partnership Approach to Marine Turtle and Dugong Management in the Gulf of Carpentaria by Integrating Traditional Knowledge and Western Science. Report. UNSPECIFIED.

Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Maynard, J.A., Guinea, M., Bell, I.P., Werdell, P.J., and Hamann, M. (2009) Proxy indicators of sand temperature help project impacts of global warming on sea turtles in northern Australia. Endangered Species Research, 9 (1). pp. 33-40.

Hamann, Mark, Schauble, Chloe S., Emerick, Samantha P., Limpus, Duncan J., and Limpus, Colin J. (2008) Freshwater turtle populations in the Burnett River. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 52 (2). pp. 221-232.

Dryden, Jennifer, Grech, Alana, Moloney, James, and Hamann, Mark (2008) Re-zoning of the Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area: does it afford greater protection for marine turtles. Wildlife Research, 35 (5). pp. 477-485.

Hamann, Mark, Jessop, Tim S., and Schäuble, Chloe S. (2007) Fuel use and corticosterone dynamics in hatchling green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas) during natal dispersal. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 353 (1). pp. 13-21.

Gordos, Matthew, Hamann, Mark, Schauble, Chloe, Franklin, Craig, and Limpus, Col (2007) Diving behaviour of Elseya albagula from a naturally flowing and hydrologically altered habitat. Journal of Zoology, 272 (4). pp. 458-469.

Hamann, Mark, Limpus, Colin J, and Read, Mark A (2007) Vulnerability of marine reptiles to climate change in the Great Barrier Reef. In: Johnson, Johanna E., and Marshall, Paul A., (eds.) Climate Change and the Great Barrier Reef: a vulnerability assessment. Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority and Australian Greenhouse Office, Townsville, QLD, Australia, pp. 465-497.

Hamann, Mark, Schäuble, Chloe S., Simons, Tom, and Evans, Sammy (2006) Demographic and health parameters of green sea turtles Chelonia mydas foraging in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia. Endangered Species Research, 2. pp. 81-88.

Hamann, Mark, Schauble, Chloe, Simon, Tom, Johnson, Johnny, Evans, Sammy, Dorr, Tony, and Kennett, Rod (2006) Sea turtles nesting in the Sir Edward Pellew Islands, Gulf of Carpentaria, Northern Territory. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 52 (1). pp. 71-78.

Hamann, Mark, Cuong, Chu The, Hong, Nguyen Duy, Thuoc, Pham, and Thu Hien, Bui Thi (2006) Distribution and abundance of marine turtles in the Socialist Republic of Viet Nam. Biodiversity and Conservation, 15 (11). pp. 3703-3720.

Hamann, Mark, Jessop, Tim S., Limpus, Colin J., and Whittier, Joan M. (2005) Regional and annual variation in plasma steroids and metabolic indicators in female green turtles, Chelonia mydas. Marine Biology, 148 (2). pp. 427-433.

Jessop, Tim S., and Hamann, Mark (2005) Interplay between age class, sex and stress response in green turtles (Chelonia mydas). Australian Journal of Zoology, 53 (2). pp. 131-136.

Jessop, Tim S., and Hamann, Mark (2004) Hormonal and metabolic responses to nesting activities in the green turtle, Chelonia mydas. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 308 (2). pp. 253-267.

Jessop, Tim S., Hamann, Mark, and Limpus, Colin J. (2004) Body condition and physiological changes in male green turtles during migration and breeding. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 276. pp. 281-288.

Hamann, Mark, Limpus, Colin J., and Whittier, Joan M. (2003) Seasonal variation in plasma catecholamines, and adipose tissue lipolysis in adult female green sea turtles. General and Comparative Endocrinology , 130 (3). pp. 308-316.

Limpus, Colin J., Limpus, Duncan J., and Hamann, Mark (2002) Freshwater turtle population in the area to be flooded by the Walla Weir, Burnett River, Queensland: baseline study. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum, 48 (1). pp. 155-168.

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