Publications by: Harry B. Hines

Also publishes as (H. Hines, H.B. Hines, Harry Hines, Harry Bryan Hines)

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Skerratt, Lee F., Berger, Lee, Clemann, Nick, Hunter, Dave A., Marantelli, Gerry, Newell, David A., Philips, Annie, McFadden, Michael, Hines, Harry B., Scheele, Ben C., Brannelly, Laura A., Speare, Rick, Versteegen, Stephanie, Cashins, Scott D., and West, Matt (2016) Priorities for management of chytridiomycosis in Australia: saving frogs from extinction. Wildlife Research, 43 (2). pp. 105-120.

Meyer, Edward A., Hines, Harry B., Hoskin, Conrad J., and McDonald, Keith R. (2013) The tadpole of the Melville Range Treefrog Litoria andiirrmalin (Anura: Hylidae). Zootaxa, 3670 (3). pp. 396-398.

Hoskin, Conrad J., Hines, Harry B., Meyer, Ed, Clarke, John, and Cunningham, Michael (2013) A new treefrog (Hylidae: Litoria) from Kroombit Tops, east Australia, and an assessment of conservation status. Zootaxa, 3646 (4). pp. 426-446.

Murray, Kris, Skerratt, Lee, Marantelli, Gerry, Berger, Lee, Hunter, David, Mahony, Michael, and Hines, Harry (2011) Guidelines for Minimising Disease Risks Associated with Captive Breeding, Raising and Restocking Programs for Australian Frogs: a report for the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. Report. Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities, Canberrra, ACT.

Murray, Kris, Skerratt, Lee, Marantelli, Gerry, Berger, Lee, Hunter, David, Mahony, Michael, and Hines, Harry (2011) Hygiene Protocols for the Control of Diseases in Australian Frogs: report for the Australian Government Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Population and Communities. Report. Australian Government, Department of Sustainability, Environment, Water, Populations and Communities.

Phillott, A.D., Speare, R., Hines, H.B., Skerratt, L.F., Meyer, E., McDonald, K.R., Cashins, S.D., Mendez, D., and Berger, L. (2010) Minimising exposure of amphibians to pathogens during field studies. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 92 (2-3). pp. 175-185.

Murray, Kris, Retallick, Richard, McDonald, Keith R., Mendez, Diana, Aplin, Ken, Kirkpatrick, Peter, Berger, Lee, Hunter, David, Hines, Harry B., Campbell, R., Pauza, Matthew, Driessen, Michael, Speare, Richard, Richards, Stephen J., Mahony, Michael, Freeman, Alastair, Phillott, Andrea D., Hero, Jean-Marc, Kriger, Kerry, Driscoll, Don, Felton, Adam, Puschendorf, Robert, and Skerratt, Lee F. (2010) The distribution and host range of the pandemic disease chytridiomycosis in Australia, spanning surveys from 1956–2007. Ecology, 91 (5). p. 1557.

Skerratt, Lee F., McDonald, Keith R., Hines, Harry B., Berger, Lee, Mendez, Diana, Phillott, Andrea D., Cashins, Scott D., Murray, Kris A., and Speare, Richard (2010) Application of the survey protocol for chytridiomycosis to Queensland, Australia. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 92 (2-3). pp. 117-129.

Skerratt, Lee F., Berger, Lee, Hines, Harry B., McDonald, Keith R., Mendez, Diana, and Speare, Richard (2008) Survey protocol for detecting chytridiomycosis in all Australian frog populations. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 80 (2). pp. 85-94.

Phillott, Andrea D., Skerratt, Lee F., McDonald, Keith R., Lemckert, Frank L., Hines, Harry B., Clarke, John M., Alford, Ross A., and Speare, Rick (2008) Toe clipping of Anurans for mark-recapture studies: acceptable if justified. That’s what we said! Herpetological Review, 39 (2). pp. 149-150.

Skerratt, Lee Francis, Berger, Lee, Speare, Richard, Cashins, Scott, McDonald, Keith Raymond, Phillott, Andrea Dawn, Hines, Harry Bryan, and Kenyon, Nicole (2007) Spread of chytridiomycosis has caused the rapid global decline and extinction of frogs. EcoHealth, 4 (2). pp. 125-134.

Marsh, Helene, Dennis, Andrew, Hines, Harry, Kutt, Alex, McDonald, Keith R, Weber, Ellen, Williams, Stephen E, and Winter, John (2007) Optimizing the allocation of management resources for wildlife. Conservation Biology, 21 (2). pp. 387-399.

Hyatt, A.D., Boyle, D.G., Olsen, V., Boyle, D.B., Berger, L., Obendorf, D., Dalton, A., Kriger, K., Hero, M., Hines, H., Phillott, R., Cambell, R., Marantelli, G., Gleason, F., and Colling, A. (2007) Diagnostic assays and sampling protocols for the detection of Batrachochytrium dendrobatidis. Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 73 (3). pp. 175-192.

Phillott, Andrea D., Skerratt, Lee F., McDonald, Keith R., Lemckert, Frank L., Hines, Harry B., Clarke, John M., Alford, Ross A., and Speare, Rick (2007) Toe-clipping as an acceptable method of identifying individual anurans in mark recapture studies. Herpetological Review, 38 (3). pp. 305-308.

Hero, Jean-Marc, Morrison, Clare, Gillespie, Graeme, Roberts, Dale, Newell, David, Meyer, Ed, McDonald, Keith, Lemckert, Frank, Mahony, Michael, Osbourne, Will, Hines, Harry, Richards, Steve, Hoskin, Conrad, Clarke, John, Doak, Naomi, and Shoo, Luke (2006) Overview of the conservation status of Australian frogs. Pacific Conservation Biology, 12 (4). pp. 313-320.

Kutt, A.S, Kemp, J.E., McDonald, K.R., Williams, Y., Williams, S.E., Hines, H.B., Hero, J-M, and Torr, G. (2005) Vertebrate fauna survey of White Mountains National Park in the Desert Uplands Bioregion, central-north Queensland. Australian Zoologist, 33 (1). pp. 17-28.

Speare, Rick, Skerratt, Lee, Berger, Lee, Hines, Harry, Hyatt, Alex, Mendez, Diana, McDonald, Keith, Hero, Jean-Marc, Marantelli, Gerry, Muller, Reinhold, Alford, Ross, Woods, Rupert, UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, UNSPECIFIED, and UNSPECIFIED (2005) A project that designs and trials a pilot survey to map the distribution of chyridomycosis (caused by the amphibian chytrid fungus) in Australian frogs. Report. Australian Government Department of Environment and Heritage.

Berger, L., Speare, R., Hines, H.B., Marantelli, G., Hyatt, A.D., McDonald, K.R., Skerratt, L.F., Olsen, V., Clarke, J.M., Gillespie, G., Mahony, M., Sheppard, N., Williams, C., and Tyler, M. (2004) Effect of season and temperature on mortality in amphibians due to chytridiomycosis. Australian Veterinary Journal, 82 (7). pp. 31-36.

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