Publications 2015 to present

/Publications 2015 to present
Publications 2015 to present 2018-03-27T09:04:46+00:00

2018

 

Stress-related physiological changes and post-release survival of elephant fish (Callorhinchus milii) after longlining, gillnetting, angling and handling in a controlled setting

Martins, C.L., Walker, T.I., Reina, R.D. 2018. Stress-related physiological changes and post-release survival of elephant fish (Callorhinchus milii) after longlining, gillnetting, angling and handling in a controlled setting. Fisheries Research 204. doi:10.1016/j.fishres.2018.01.016

 


 

The potential of unmanned aerial systems for sea turtle research and conservation: a review and future directions

Rees, A.F., Avens, L., Ballorain, Bevan, K.E., Broderick, A.C., Carthy, Duclos, R.G., Heithaus, M.R., Johnston, D., Mangel, J.C., Paladino, F.V., Pendoley, K., Reina, R.D., Robinson, N.J., Sykora-Bodie, S., Tilley, D., Varela, M.R., Whitman, E., Whitcock,  P., Wibbels, T., and Godley, B.J. 2018. The potential of unmanned aerial systems for sea turtle research and conservation: a review and future directions. Endangered Species Research 35, pp 81-100. doi.org/10.3354/esr00877

 


 

Calling phenology of a diverse amphibian assemblage in response to meteorological conditions.

Plenderleith, T., Stratford, D., Lollback, G.W., Chapple, D.G., Reina, R.D., Hero, J-M. 2018. Calling phenology of a diverse amphibian assemblage in response to meteorological conditions. International Journal of Biometeorology. doi.org/10.1007/s00484-017-1490-2

 

2017

Calling phenology of a diverse amphibian assemblage in response to meteorological conditions.

Plenderleith, T., Stratford, D., Lollback, G.W., Chapple, D.G., Reina, R.D., Hero, J-M. 2017. Calling phenology of a diverse amphibian assemblage in response to meteorological conditions. International Journal of Biometeorology. doi.org/10.1007/s00484-017-1490-2

 


 

Hypoxia as a novel method for preventing movement-induced mortality during translocation of turtle eggs.

Williamson, S.A., Evans, R.G., Robinson, N.J., Reina, R.D. 2017. Hypoxia as a novel method for preventing movement-induced mortality during translocation of turtle eggs. Biological Conservation 216, pp 86–92. doi: 10.1016/j.biocon.2017.10.009

 


 

A 20-year investigation of declining leatherback hatching success: implications of climate variation

Rafferty, A.R., Johnstone, C.P., Garner, J.A., Reina., R.D. 2017. A 20-year investigation of declining leatherback hatching success: implications of climate variation. The Royal Society Open Science 4 170196. doi: 10.1098/rsos.170196. 

 


 

Detecting elusive aspects of wildlife ecology using drones: New insights on the mating dynamics and operational sex ratios of sea turtles.

Schofield, G., Katselidis, K.A., Lilley, M.K.S., Reina, R.D., Hays, G.C. 2017. Detecting elusive aspects of wildlife ecology using drones: New insights on the mating dynamics and operational sex ratios of sea turtles. Functional Ecology. doi:10.1111/1365-2435.12930

 


 

When is embryonic arrest broken in turtle eggs?

Williamson, S.A., Evans, R.G., and Reina, R.D. 2017. When is embryonic arrest broken in turtle eggs? Physiological and Biochemical Zoology. In press. doi:10.1086/692630

 


 

Use of erythrocyte indicators of health and condition in vertebrate ecophysiology: a review and appraisal.

Johnstone, C.P., A. Lill, A., and Reina, R.D. 2017. Use of erythrocyte indicators of health and condition in vertebrate ecophysiology: a review and appraisal. Biological Reviews 92, pp 150-168. doi:10.1111/brv.12219

 


 

Prenatal stress from trawl capture affects mothers and neonates: a case study using the southern fiddler ray (Trygonorrhina dumerilii).

Guida, L., Awruch, C., Walker, T.I., and Reina, R.D. 2017. Prenatal stress from trawl capture affects mothers and neonates: a case study using the southern fiddler ray (Trygonorrhina dumerilii). Scientific Reports 7: 46300. doi:10.1038/srep46300

 


 

The physiological response and immediate mortality of gillnet-caught blacktip reef sharks, Carcharhinus melanopterus.

Dapp, D.R., Huveneers, C., Walker, T.I., and Reina, R.D. 2017. The physiological response and immediate mortality of gillnet-caught blacktip reef sharks, Carcharhinus melanopterus. Marine & Freshwater Research. doi:10.1071/MF16132.

 


 

Using logbook data to determine the immediate mortality of sharks caught by commercial US pelagic longlines

Dapp, D.R., Huveneers, C, Walker, T.I., Mandelman, J., Kerstetter D.W., Reina, R.D. 2017. Using logbook data to determine the immediate mortality of sharks caught by commercial US pelagic longlines. Fisheries Bulletin 115: 27-41. Doi:10.7755/FB.115.1.3

 


2016

 


 

PlosOne-cover 2Temperature Insensitivity and Behavioural Reduction of the Physiological Stress Response to Longline Capture by the Gummy Shark, Mustelus antarcticus.

Guida, L., Walker, T.I., Reina, R.D. (2016). Temperature Insensitivity and Behavioural Reduction of the Physiological Stress Response to Longline Capture by the Gummy Shark, Mustelus antarcticus. PLoS ONE 11(2): e0148829. Doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0148829


 

Royal Society Open Science 2.cover-sourceShort-and long-term consequences of developmental saline stress: impacts on anuran respiration and behaviour.

Kearney,B.D., Byrne, P.G., Reina, R.D. (2016). Short-and long-term consequences of developmental saline stress: impacts on anuran respiration and behaviour. Royal Society Open Science 3 (2), 150640. Doi: 10.1098/rsos.150640

 


 

frontiers Marine Science for pub newMoving from measuring to predicting bycatch mortality: predicting the capture condition of a longline-caught pelagic shark.

Dapp, D.R., Huveneers, C., Walker, T.I., Drew, M. and Reina, R.D. (2016). Moving from measuring to predicting bycatch mortality: predicting the capture condition of a longline-caught pelagic shark. Frontiers in Marine Science. 2:126. Doi: 10.3389/fmars.2015.00126

 


 

The adenylate energy charge as a new and useful indicator of capture stress in chondrichthyans.Journal Of Pomparitive Physiology

Guida, L., Walker, T., Reina, R. (2016). The adenylate energy charge as a new and useful indicator of capture stress in chondrichthyans. Journal of Comparative Physiology B, pp 1-12. Doi: 10.1007/s00360-015-0948-y

 


 

Fish and Fisheries logoRespiratory mode and gear type are important determinants of elasmobranch immediate and post-release mortality.

Dapp, D.R., Walker, T.I., Huveneers, C., and Reina, R.D. (2016). Respiratory mode and gear type are important determinants of elasmobranch immediate and post-release mortality. Fish and Fisheries 17: 507-524 Doi: 10.1111/faf.12124

 


 

2015

 

 


 

Roayl Society Open Science cover 2Fine-scale dietary changes between the breeding and non-breeding diet of a resident seabird.

Kowalczyk, N.D., Chiaradia, A., Preston, T.J., and Reina, R.D. 2015. Fine-scale dietary changes between the breeding and non-breeding diet of a resident seabird. Royal Society Open Science 2, DOI 10.1098/rsos.140291.

 


 

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Environmental variability drives shifts in the foraging behaviour and reproductive success of an inshore seabird.

Kowalczyk, N.D., Reina, R.D., Preston, T.J., and Chiaradia, A. (2015). Environmental variability drives shifts in the foraging behaviour and reproductive success of an inshore seabird. Oecologia DOI 10.1007/s00442-015-3294-6.

 


 

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The impact of extended pre-ovipositional arrest on embryonic development and hatchling fitness in the flatback sea turtle.

Rings, C.C., Rafferty, A.R., Guinea, M.L., and Reina, R.D. 2015. The impact of extended preovipositional arrest on embryonic development and hatchling fitness in the flatback sea turtle. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 88, 116-127. DOI: 10.1086/677951

 


 

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Selective foraging within estuarine plume fronts by an inshore resident seabird.

Kowalczyk, N.D., Reina, R.D., Preston, T.J., and Chiaradia, A. 2015. Selective foraging within estuarine plume fronts by an inshore resident seabird. Frontiers in Marine Science DOI 10.3389/fmars.2015.00042.

 

 


 

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Human-Assisted Invasions of Pacific Islands by Litoria Frogs: A Case Study of the Bleating Tree Frog on Lord Howe Island.

Plenderleith, T.L., Smith, K.L., Donnellan, S.C., Reina, R.D., Chapple, D.G. 2015. Human-Assisted Invasions of Pacific Islands by Litoria Frogs: A Case Study of the Bleating Tree Frog on Lord Howe Island. PloS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0126287