Publications by: Ian Bell

Also publishes as (I.P. Bell, I. Bell)

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Jones, Karina, Jensen, Michael, Burgess, Graham, Leonhardt, Johanna, van Herwerden, Lynne, Hazel, Julia, Hamann, Mark, Bell, Ian, and Ariel, Ellen (2018) Closing the gap: mixed stock analysis of three foraging populations of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) on the Great Barrier Reef. PeerJ, 6. 5651.

Wildermann, Natalie E., Gredzens, Christian, Avens, Larisa, Barrios-Garrido, Héctor A., Bell, Ian, Blumenthal, Janice, Bolten, Alan B., McNeill, Joanne Braun, Casale, Paolo, Di Domenico, Maikon, Domit, Camila, Epperly, Sheryan P., Godfrey, Matthew H., Godley, Brendan J., González-Carman, Victoria, Hamann, Mark, Hart, Kristen M., Ishihara, Takashi, Mansfield, Kate L., Metz, Tasha L., Miller, Jeffrey D., Pilcher, Nicolas J., Read, Mark A., Sasso, Christopher, Seminoff, Jeffrey A., Seney, Erin E., Williard, Amanda Southwood, Tomás, Jesús, Vélez-Rubio, Gabriela M., Ware, Matthew, Williams, Jessica L., Wyneken, Jeanette, and Fuentes, Mariana M.P.B (2018) Informing research priorities for immature sea turtles through expert elicitation. Endangered Species Research, 37. pp. 55-76.

Ariel, E., Nainu, F., Jones, K., Juntunen, K., Bell, I., Gaston, J., Scott, J., and Burgess, G. (2017) Phylogenetic variation of chelonid alphaherpesvirus 5 (ChHV5) in populations of green turtles Chelonia mydas along the Queensland Coast, Australia. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, 29 (3). pp. 150-157.

Hammerschlag, Neil, Bell, Ian, Fitzpatrick, Richard, Gallagher, Austin J., Hawkes, Lucy A., Meekan, Mark G., Stevens, John D., Thums, Michele, Witt, Matthew J., and Barnett, Adam (2016) Behavioral evidence suggests facultative scavenging by a marine apex predator during a food pulse. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology, 70 (10). pp. 1777-1788.

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.

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.

Pike, David A., Roznik, Elizabeth A., and Bell, Ian (2015) Nest inundation from sea-level rise threatens sea turtle population viability. Royal Society Open Science, 2. 150127. pp. 1-5.

Howard, Robert, Bell, Ian, and Pike, David A. (2015) Tropical flatback turtle (Natator depressus) embryos are resilient to the heat of climate change. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218 (20). pp. 3330-3335.

Howard, Robert, Bell, Ian, and Pike, David A. (2014) Thermal tolerances of sea turtle embryos: current understanding and future directions. Endangered Species Research, 26 (1). pp. 75-86.

Fitzpatrick, Richard, Thums, Michele, Bell, Ian, Meekan, Mark G., Stevens, John D., and Barnett, Adam (2012) A comparison of the seasonal movements of tiger sharks and green turtles provides insight into their predator-prey relationship. PLoS ONE, 7 (12). pp. 1-11.

Bell, I.P., Seymour, J., Fitzpatrick, R., and Hogarth, J. (2009) Inter-nesting dive and surface behaviour of green turtles, Chelonia mydas, at Raine Island, Northern Great Barrier Reef. Marine Turtle Newsletter, 125. 5 -7.

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