Fertility partially drives the relative success of two introduced bovines (Bubalus bubalis and Bos javanicus) in the Australian tropics. Wildlife Research, 38, pp.386-395., 2011.
N - dimensional animal energetic niches clarify behavioural options in a variable marine environment. The Journal of Experimental Biology, 214, pp.646-655., 2011.
Quantifying movement patterns for shark conservation at remote coral atolls in the Indian Ocean. Coral Reefs, 30, pp.61-71., 2011.
Spatial and temporal movement patterns of a multi-species coastal reef shark aggregation. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 429, pp.261-U618., 2011.
Turning Pests into Profits: Introduced Buffalo Provide Multiple Benefits to Indigenous People of Northern Australia. Human Ecology, 39(2), pp.155-164. Available at: http://www.springerlink.com/content/w06325241603t676/., 2011.
Changes in size distributions of commercially exploited sharks over 25 years in northern Australia using a Bayesian approach. Fisheries ResearchFisheries Research, 125-126, pp.262– 271., 2012.
Genetic structure of introduced swamp buffalo subpopulations in tropical Australia. Austral Ecology, 38(1), pp.46 - 56., 2012.
Heat-seeking sharks: support for behavioural thermoregulation in reef sharks. Marine Ecology Progress Series Marine Ecology Progress Series, 463, pp.231-245., 2012.
Long-term breeding phenology shift in royal penguins. Ecology and EvolutionEcology and EvolutionEcology and Evolution, 2, pp.1563 – 1571., 2012.
Trophic ecology of reef sharks determined using stable isotopes and telemetry. Coral ReefsCoral Reefs, 31, pp.357–367., 2012.
Genetic structure of introduced swamp buffalo subpopulations in tropical Australia. Austral EcologyAustral Ecology, 38, pp.16-56., 2013.
More analytical bite in estimating targets for shark harvest. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 488, pp.221 - 232. Available at: http://www.int-res.com/abstracts/meps/v488/p221-232/., 2013.