Sustainability of threatened species displayed in public aquaria, with a case study of Australian sharks and rays. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries, in press
Distribution, seasonal movements and habitat utilisation of an endangered shark, Glyphis glyphis, from northern Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 573: 203–213
Contrasting patterns of residency and space use of coastal sharks within a communal shark nursery. Marine and Freshwater Research, 68 (8): 1501-1517
Complete mitochondrial genome of the Endangered Narrow Sawfish Anoxypristis cuspidata (Rajiformes: Pristidae). Mitochondrial DNA, 27 (3): 1589–1590
Restricted movements and mangrove dependency of the nervous shark Carcharhinus cautus in nearshore coastal waters. Journal of Fish Biology, 87 (2): 323–341
Whole mitogenome sequencing refines the population structure of the Critically Endangered sawfish Pristis pristis (Linnaeus, 1758). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 533: 237–244
Restricted movements of juvenile rays in the lagoon of Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia – evidence for the existence of a nursery. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 97 (4): 371–383
Density of reef sharks estimated by applying an agent-based model to video surveys. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 508: 201–209
Mitogenomics of the Speartooth Shark challenges ten years of control region sequencing. BMC Evolutionary Biology, 14 (1): 232
Changes in size distributions of commercially exploited sharks over 25 years in northern Australia using a Bayesian approach. Fisheries Research, 125–126: 262–271
Observations on the distribution, biology, short-term movements and habitat requirements of river sharks Glyphis spp. in northern Australia. Endangered Species Research, 10: 321–332
Spatial distribution and habitat utilization of sawfish (Pristis spp) in relation to fishing in northern Australia. Final Report to Department of the Environment, Water, Hertiage and the Arts. 27 pp.
Spatial distribution and habitat utilization of Glyphis sp. A in relation to fishing in northern Australia. Final Report to Department of the Environment, Water, Hertiage and the Arts. 47 pp.
Rectal gland morphology of freshwater and seawater acclimated bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas. Journal of Fish Biology, 72 (7): 1559–1571
Species identification from shark fins - Phase 1. AFMA Report R05/0538. Cleveland, Qld.: CSIRO Marine and Atmospheric Research. 149 pp.
Plasma and erythrocyte solute properties of juvenile bull sharks, Carcharhinus leucas, acutely exposed to increasing environmental salinity. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 331: 145–157
The effects of freshwater to seawater transfer on circulating levels of angiotensin II, C-type natriuretic peptide and arginine vasotocin in the euryhaline elasmobranch, Carcharhinus leucas. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 147 (1): 39–46
Conservation assessment of Glyphis sp. A (speartooth shark), Glyphis sp. C (northern river shark), Pristis microdon (freshwater sawfish) and Pristis zijsron (green sawfish). Final Report to DEH. 84 pp.
Acoustic tracking of Glyphis sp. A in the Adelaide River, Northern Territory, Australia. Report to Department of the Environment and Heritage. Pp. 22.
Freshwater to seawater acclimation of juvenile bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas): plasma osmolytes and Na+/K+-ATPase activity in gill, rectal gland, kidney and intestine. Journal of Comparative Physiology B: Biochemical, Systemic, and Environmental Physiology, 175: 37–44
Hepatic Urea Biosynthesis in the Euryhaline Elasmobranch Carcharhinus leucas. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Comparative Experimental Biology, 303: 917–921
Sequence, circulating levels, and expression of C-type natriuretic peptide in a euryhaline elasmobranch, Carcharhinus leucas. General and Comparative Endocrinology, 144 (1): 90–98
Plasma osmolyte concentrations and rectal gland mass of bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas, captured along a salinity gradient. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part A, Molecular & Integrative Physiology, 138 (3): 363–371
Urea based osmoregulation and endocrine control in elasmobranch fish with special reference to euryhalinity. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part B, Biochemistry and Molecular Biology, 136 (4): 685–700