Joleah B. Lamb
Also publishes as (J.B. Lamb)
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Kelly, Lisa A., Heintz, Tom, Lamb, Joleah B., Ainsworth, Tracy D., and Willis, Bette L. (2016) Ecology and pathology of novel plaque-like growth anomalies affecting a reef-building coral on the Great Barrier Reef. Frontiers in Marine Science, 3. pp. 1-12.
Lamb, Joleah B., Wenger, Amelia S., Devlin, Michelle J., Ceccarelli, Daniela M., Williamson, David H., and Willis, Bette L. (2016) Reserves as tools for alleviating impacts of marine disease. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 371 (1689). pp. 1-11.
Lamb, Joleah B., Williamson, David H., Russ, Garry R., and Willis, Bette L. (2015) Protected areas mitigate diseases of reef-building corals by reducing damage from fishing. Ecology, 96 (9). pp. 2555-2567.
Hein, Margaux Y., Lamb, Joleah B., Scott, Chad, and Willis, Bette L. (2015) Assessing baseline levels of coral health in a newly established marine protected area in a global scuba diving hotspot. Marine Environmental Research, 103. pp. 56-65.
Pollock, F. Joseph, Lamb, Joleah B., Field, Stuart N., Heron, Scott F., Schaffelke, Britta, Shedrawi, George, Bourne, David G., and Willis, Bette L. (2014) Sediment and turbidity associated with offshore dredging increase coral disease prevalence on nearby reefs. PLoS ONE, 9 (7). pp. 1-9.
Lamb, Joleah B., True, James D., Piromvaragorn, Srisakul, and Willis, Bette L. (2014) Scuba diving damage and intensity of tourist activities increases coral disease prevalence. Biological Conservation, 178. pp. 88-96.
Lamb, Joleah B. (2013) Influence of marine-based industries on coral health and disease. PhD thesis, James Cook University.
Lamb, Joleah B., and Willis, Bette L. (2011) Using coral disease prevalence to assess the effects of concentrating tourism activities on offshore reefs in a tropical marine park. Conservation Biology, 25 (5). pp. 1044-1052.
Maynard, J.A., Anthony, K.R.N., Harvell, C.D., Burgman, M.A., Beeden, R., Sweatman, H., Heron, S.F., Lamb, J.B., and Willis, B.L. (2011) Predicting outbreaks of a climate-driven coral disease in the Great Barrier Reef. Coral Reefs, 30 (2). pp. 485-495.