Publications

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2017

  1. Lyon, B.J., Dwyer, R.G., Pillans, R.D., Campbell, H.A., Franklin, C.E. (2017). Distribution, seasonal movements and habitat utilisation of an endangered shark, Glyphis glyphis, from northern Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series 573: 203-213.

  2. Micheli-Campbell, M.A., Connell, M.J., Dwyer, R.G. Franklin, C.E., Fry, B., Kennard, M.J., Tao, J., Campbell H.A. (2017). Identifying critical habitat for freshwater turtles: integrating long-term monitoring tools to enhance conservation and management. Biodiversity & Conservation 26(7): 1675-1688.

  3. Roberts, D.T., Udyawer, V., Franklin.C.E., Dwyer D.G., Campbell, H.A. (2017). Using an acoustic telemetry array to assess fish volumetric space use: a case study on impoundments, hypoxia and an air-breathing species (Neoceratodus forsteri) Marine and Freshwater Research 68(8): 1532-1543.

  4. McGowan, J., Beger, M., Lewison, R.L., Harcourt, R., Campbell, H.A., Priest, M., Dwyer, R.G., Lin, H.Y., Lentini, P., Dudgeon, C., McMahon, C. (2017). Integrating research using animal‐borne telemetry with the needs of conservation management. Journal of Applied Ecology 54 (2): 423-429.

2016

  1. Dwyer, R.D., Bundhoo-Carpenter, L., Franklin, C.E., Campbell H.A. (2016). Using citizen-collected wildlife sightings to predict traffic strike hot spots for threatened species: a case study on the southern cassowary. Journal of Applied Ecology 53(4): 973-982.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Urbano, F., Davidson, S., Dettki, H., Cagnacci F. (2016). A plea for standards in reporting data collected by animal-borne electronic devices. Animal Biotelemetry 4(1).

  3. Egginton, S., Campbell, H.A., (2016). Cardiorespiratory responses in an Antarctic fish suggest limited capacity for thermal acclimation Journal of Experimental Biology 219(9): 1283-1286

2015

  1. Campbell, H.A., Beyer, H.L., Dennis, T.E., Dwyer, R.G., Forester, J.D. et al (2015). Finding our way: On the sharing and reuse of animal telemetry data in Australasia. Science in the Total Environment (Special issue: Catalysing transdisciplinary synthesis in ecosystem science and management). 534: 79-84.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Dwyer, R.G., Wilson, H,. Irwin, T., Franklin, C.E. (2015). Predicting the probability of large carnivore and human co-occurrence: A conservation strategy to promote human coexistence with crocodiles. Animal Conservation 18(4): 387-395.

  3. Dwyer, R.G., Campbell H.A, Brooking, C, Brimblecombe, W., Hunter J., Watts, M.W., Franklin, C.E. (2015). An open Web-based system for the analysis and sharing and analysis of animal tracking data. Animal Biotelemetry 3(1): 1-11.

  4. Hanson, J.O., Salisbury, S.W., Campbell, H.A., Dwyer, R.G., Jardine, T.D., Franklin, C.E. (2015). Feeding across the food web: the interaction between diet, movement, and body size. Austral Ecology 40 (3), 275-286.

  5. Dwyer, R.G., Campbell, H.A, Franklin, C.E. (2015). Does the telemetry technology matter? Comparing estimates of aquatic animal space-use generated from GPS-based and passive acoustic tracking. Marine and Freshwater Research 66(7): 654-664.

2014

  1. Campbell, H. A., Dwyer, R.G., Sullivan, S., Mead, D., Lauridsen, G. (2014). Chemical immobilisation and satellite tagging of free-living southern cassowaries. Australian Veterinary Journal 92(7): 240-245.

  2. Bidder, O.R., Campbell, H.A., Gómez-Laich, A., Urgé, P., Walker, J., Cai, Y., Gao, L., Quintana, F., Wilson, R.P. (2014). Love thy neighbour: Automatic animal behavioural classification of acceleration data using the K-Nearest Neighbour Algorithm. PLoS ONE 9(2): e88609.

2013

  1. Campbell, H.A., Gao, L., Bidder, O.R., Hunter, J., Franklin, C.E. (2013). Creating a behavioural classification module for acceleration data: Using a captive surrogate for difficult to observe species. Journal of Experimental Biology 216(24): 4501-4506.

  2. Micheli-Campbell, M.A., Baumgartl, T., Campbell, H.A., Connell, M., Booth, D.T., Franklin, C.E. (2013). Nest-site fidelity and location preferences of the endangered Mary River turtle. Herpetologica 69(4): 383-396.

  3. Micheli-Campbell, M.A., Campbell, H.A., Connell, M., Dwyer, R.G., Franklin, C.E. (2013). Integrating telemetry with a predictive model to assess habitat preferences and juvenile survival in an endangered freshwater turtle. Freshwater Biology 58(11): 2253-2427.

  4. Campbell, H.A., Dwyer, R.G., Irwin, T., Franklin, C.E. (2013). Home range utilisation and long-range movement of estuarine crocodiles during the breeding and nesting season. PLoS ONE 8(5): e62127.

  5. Campbell, H.A., Sissa, O., Dwyer, R.G., Franklin, C.E. (2013). Crocodiles maintain a plateau of thermal independence for activity, but at what cost? Journal of Herpetology.47(1): 11-14.

  6. Dwyer, R.G., Bearhop, S., Campbell, H.A., Bryant, D.M. (2013). Shedding light on light: Benefits of anthropogenic illumination to a nocturnally foraging shorebird. Journal of Animal Ecology 82(2): 478-485.

2012

  1. Gao, L., Campbell, H.A., Bidder, O., Hunter, J. (2012). A web-based semantic tagging and activity recognition system for species accelerometry data. Ecological Informatics 13: 47-56.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Watts, M.E., Dwyer, R.G., Franklin, C.E. (2012). V-Track Software for analysing and visualising animal movement from acoustic telemetry data. Marine and Freshwater Research 63(9): 815-820.

  3. Campbell, H.A., Dwyer, R.G., Fitzgibbons, S., Klein, C.J., Lauridsen, G. McKeown, A., Olsson, A., Sullivan, S., Watts, M.E., Westcott, D.A. (2012). Prioritising the protection of habitat utilised by southern cassowaries (Casuarius casuarius johnsonii, L.). Endangered Species Research 17(1): 53-61.

  4. Campbell, H.A., Dwyer, R.G., Franklin, C.E. (2012). The behaviour of estuarine crocodiles around a site of high human visitation. Proceedings of the IUCN Crocodile Specialist Group 21: 24-39.

  5. Micheli-Campbell, M.A., Gordos, M.A. Campbell, H.A., Booth, D.T., Franklin, C.E. (2012). The influence of daily temperature fluctuations during incubation upon the phenotype of a freshwater turtle. Journal of Zoology 288(2):143-150.

  6. Campbell, H.A., Hewitt, M., Watts, M.E., Peverell, S., Franklin, C.E. (2012). Short and long-term movement in the freshwater whipray (Himantua dalynesis) determined by the signal processing of passive acoustic telemetry data. Marine and Freshwater Research 63(4): 341-350.

2011

  1. Micheli-Campbell, M.A., Campbell, H.A., Cramp, R.L., Booth, D.T., Franklin, C.E. (2011). Staying cool, keeping strong: incubation temperature affects performance in a freshwater turtle. Journal of Zoology 285(5): 266-273.

  2. Reilly, B.D., Cramp R.L., Wilson, J.M., Campbell, H.A., Franklin, C.E. (2011). Branchial osmoregulation in the euryhaline bull shark, Carcharhinus leucas: a molecular analysis of ion transporters. Journal of Experimental Biology 214(17): 2883-2895.

2010

  1. Campbell, H.A., Dwyer, R.G., Gordos, M.A., Franklin, C.E. (2010). Diving through the thermal window: Implications for a warming world. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 277(1701): 3837-3844.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Watts, M.E., Sullivan, S., Read, M.A., Choukroun, S., Irwin, S.R., Frankin, C.E. (2010). Estuarine crocodiles ride surface currents to facilitate long-distance travel. Journal of Animal Ecology 79(5): 955-964.

  3. Pratt, K.L., Campbell, H.A., Watts, C.E., Franklin, C.E. (2010). Environmental and ecological factors influencing dive behaviour in the freshwater snake Acrochordus arafurae: A field-based telemetric study. Marine and Freshwater Research 61(5): 560-567.

2009

  1. Campbell, H.A., Davison, W., Fraser, K.P.P., Peck, L.S., Egginton, S. (2009). Heart rate and ventilation in Antarctic fishes are largely determined by ecotype. Journal of Fish Biology 74(3): 535-552.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Sullivan, S., Read, M.A., Gordos, M.A., Franklin, C.E. (2009). Ecological and physiological determinants of dive duration in the freshwater crocodile. Functional. Ecology 24(1): 103-111.

  3. Micheli-Campbell, M.A., Campbell, H.A., Kalinin, A.L., Rantin, F.T. (2009). The relationship between O2 chemoreceptors, cardio-respiratory reflex and hypoxia tolerance in the neotropical fish Hoplias lacerdae. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology A – Molecular & Integrative Physiology 154: 224-232.

  4. Franklin, C.E., Read, M.A., Kraft, P.G., Liebsch, N., Irwin, S.R., Campbell, H.A. (2009). Remote monitoring of crocodilians: implantation, attachment and release methods for transmitters and data-loggers. Marine and Freshwater Research 60: 284-292.

  5. Campbell, H.A., Davison, W., Fraser, K.P.P., Peck, L.S., Egginton, S. (2009). Heart rate and ventilation in Antarctic fishes are largely determined by ecotype. Journal of Fish Biology 74: 535-552.

2008

  1. Micheli, M.A., Campbell, H.A. (2008). Autonomic control of heart rate exhibits diurnal shifts in a crocodilian. Amphibia–Reptilia 29: 567-571.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Micheli, M.A., Abe, A.S. (2008). A seasonal dependant change in the distribution and physiological condition of Caiman crocodilus yacare in the Paraguayan River Basin. Wildlife Research 35: 150-157.

  3. Campbell, H.A., Fraser, K.P.P., Bishop, C. M, Peck L.S, Egginton, S. (2008). Hibernation in an Antarctic fish: On ice for winter. PLoS ONE 3(3): e1743.

2007

  1. McKenzie D.J., Campbell, H.A., Taylor, E.W., Micheli, M.A., Rantin F.T., Abe, A.S. (2007). The autonomic control and functional significance of the changes in heart rate associated with air breathing in the jeju, Hoplerythrinus unitaeniatus. Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 4224-4232.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Fraser, K.P.P., Peck, L.S., Bishop, C.M., Egginton, S. (2007). Life in the fast lane: Free-ranging activity, heart rate and metabolism in an Antarctic fish tracked in temperate waters. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 349: 142-151.

  3. Campbell, H.A., Egginton, S. (2007). The vagus nerve mediates cardio-respiratory coupling that changes with metabolic demand in a temperate nototheniod fish. Journal of Experimental Biology 210: 2472-2480.

2006

  1. Egginton, S., Campbell, H.A., Davison, W. (2006). Cardiovascular control in Antarctic fishes. Deep Sea Research II 53: 1115-1130.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Leite C., Wang, T., Egginton, S., Taylor, E.W., Abe, A.S. (2006). Evidence for a respiratory component, similar to mammalian respiratory sinus arrhythmia, in the heart rate variability signal from the rattlesnake, Crotalus durissus terrificus. Journal of Experimental Biology 209: 2628-2636.

  3. Campbell, H.A., Klepacki, J.Z., Egginton, S. (2006). A new method in applying power spectral statistics to examine cardio-respiratory interactions in fish. Journal of Theoretical Biology 241(2): 410-419.

  4. Taylor, E.W., Campbell, H.A., Levings, J.J., Young, M.J., Butler, P.J., Egginton, S. (2006). Coupling of respiratory rhythms in fish with activity in hypobranchial nerves and with instantaneous heart rate. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 79: 1000-1009.

2005

  1. Campbell, H.A., Taylor, E.W., Egginton, S. (2005). Does Respiratory sinus arrhythmia occur in fishes? The Royal Society, Biology Letters 1: 484- 487.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Bishop, C., Egginton, S. (2005). Recording long-term heart rate in the free-ranging wild black cod (Paranotothenia angustata) using an electronic datalogging device. Journal of Fish Biology 67(4): 1150-1156.

  3. Campbell, H.A., Handy, R.D., Sims, D.W. (2005). Shifts in a fish's resource holding power during a paired interaction: The effects of heavy metal pollution: Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78(5): 706-714.

2004 & prior

  1. Campbell, H.A., Taylor, E.W., Egginton, S. (2004). The use of power spectral analysis to determine cardiorespiratory control in the short-horned sculpin Myoxocephalus scorpius. Journal of Experimental Biology 207(11): 1969-1976.

  2. Campbell, H.A., Handy, R.D., Sims, D.W. (2002). Increased metabolic cost of swimming and consequent alterations to circadian activity in (Oncorhynchus mykiss) exposed to copper pollution. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 59(5): 768-777.

  3. Campbell, H.A., Nimmo, M., Handy, R.D. (1999). Copper uptake kinetics across the gills of (Oncorhynchus mykiss) measured using an improved isolated perfused head technique. Aquatic Toxicology 46(3-4): 177-190.

  4. Handy, R.D. Campbell, H.A., Sims, D.W. (1999). Metabolic trade-off between locomotion and detoxification for maintenance of blood chemistry and growth parameters. Aquatic Toxicology 47(1): 23-41.