Raine Island - References

Green turtles Raine Island

Batianoff, GN, Cornelius, N.J. (2004). Tropical seabirds of Raine Island: breeding ecology, population trends and habitat. Unpubl. Rept. to RIC. 64pp.

Congdon, B.C., Erwin, C.A., Peck, D.R., Baker, G.B., Double, M.C. and O'Neill, P. 2007. 'Vulnerability of seabirds on the Great Barrier Reef to climate change'. In Johnson, J.E. and Marshall, P.A. (eds), Climate Change and the Great Barrier Reef :A Vulnerability Assessment, 427-463.

Fuentes MMPB, Maynard JA, Guinea M, Bell IP, Werdell PJ, Hamann M (2009) Proxy indicators of sand temperature help project impacts of global warming on sea turtles in northern Australia. Endangered Species Research Vol. 9: 33-40.

Fuentes MMPB, Limpus CJ, Hamann M, Dawson J (2009) Potential impacts of projected sea-level rise on sea turtle rookeries. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems (2009)

Fuentes MMPB, Dawson JL, Smithers SG, Hamann M, Limpus CJ (2010) Sedimentological characteristics of key sea turtle rookeries: potential implications under projected climate change. Marine and Freshwater Research 61: 464-473.

Jackson JBC (1997) Reefs since Columbus. Coral Reefs 16, Suppl: S23-S32.

Limpus CJ, Miller JD, Parmenter JD, Limpus DJ (2003) The green turtle Chelonia mydas, population of Raine Island and the northern Great Barrier Reef: 1843-2001. Memoirs of the Queensland Musum 49 (1): 349-440.

Limpus CJ, Limpus DJ, Munchow M, Barnes P (2005) Queensland turtle conservation project: Raine Island turtle study, 2004-2005. Internal unpublished report (Conservation and technical data report Volume 2005, Number 4) Queensland Government (Environmental Protection Agency) Brisbane.

Limpus CJ (2008) A biological review of Australian Marine Turtles 2. Green Turtle, Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus). September 2008. Queensland Environmental Protection Agency, Queensland Government, Brisbane.

Limpus, C.J., Limpus, D. J., Munchow, M., Barnes, P. (2006). Queensland Turtle Conservation Project, Raine Island Study 2004-2005. The State of Queensland. Environmental Protection Agency.

Limpus CJ, Miller JD, Parmenter EJ, Limpus DJ (2003).The green turtle, Chelonia mydas, population of Raine Island and the northern GBR : 1843-2001. Mem. Qld. Museum, 49 (1) 349-440.

Limpus CJ, Nicholls N (2000) ENSO Regulation of Indo-Pacific Green Turtle Populations. Applications of Seasonal Climate Forecasting in Agricultural and Natural Ecosystems, Atmospheric and Oceanographic Sciences Library Volume 21, 2000, pp 399 – 408.

Marris E. (2011). Rambunctious Garden: Saving Nature in a Post-Wild World. Bloomsbury USA, New York.

Queensland Government, Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service 2006, Raine Island National Park (Scientific) Management Statement 2006 - 2016. Regional Policy – Approved 19 December 2006.

Queensland Government, Queensland Department of Environment and Heritage Protection, 'Raine Island and Moulter Cay Chelonia mydas hatching success assessment 9th – 14th February 2013' (DRAFT) March 2013

Valverde RA, Wingard S, Gómez F, Tordoir MT, Orrego CM (2010) Field lethal incubation temperature of olive ridley sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea embryos at a mass nesting rookery. Endangered Species Research Vol. 12:77-86.