2018

Alam, S.M.I, Sarre, S.D., Gleeson, D., Georges,A. and Ezaz, T. 2018. Did Lizards Follow Unique Pathways in Sex Chromosome Evolution? Genes 2018, 9:239; doi: 10.3390/genes9050239

Bower, D., Lips, K.R., Amepou, Y., Richards, S., Dahl, C., Nagombi, E., Supima, M., Dabek, L., Alford, R., Schwarzkopf, L., Ziembicki, M., Noro, J.N., Hamidy, Gillespie, G.R., A., Berger, L., Eisemberg, C., Li, Y., Lui, X., Jennings. C.K., Tjaturadi, B., Peters, A., Krockenberger, A.K., Nason, D., Kusrini, M.D., Webb, R.J., Skerratt, L.F., Banks, C., Mack, A.L., Georges, A., Clulow, S. 2018. Island of Opportunity: Can New Guinea protect amphibians from a globally emerging pathogen? Submitted.

Capraro, A., O'Meally, D., Waters, S.A., Patel, H.R., Georges, A. and Waters, P.D. 2018. Waking the sleeping dragon: transcriptional profiling of a hibernating reptile. Submitted

Doucette, L., Duncan, R.P., Osborne, W.S., Evans, M., Georges, A., Gruber, B. and Sarre, S.D. 2018. Warming reduces activity time and increases vulnerability to climate change in a temperate lizard submitted

Georges, A. 2018. Book Review: “Freshwater Turtles of Australia” by John Cann and Ross Sadlier. CSIRO Publishing, Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology, in press.

Georges, A. and Holleley, C.E. 2018. How does temperature determine sex? Temperature-responsive epigenetic regulation clarifies a 50-year-old mystery in reptiles. Science 360:601-602 [pdf]

Georges, A., Doody, J.S., Young, J. and Beggs, K. 2018. Reptiles with TSD: How the physical and the physiological can combine to overcome climate change. Submitted.

Georges, A., Gruber, B., Pauly, G.B., White, D., Young, M.J., Kilian, A., Zhang, X., Shaffer, H.B. and Unmack, P.J. 2018. Genome-wide SNP markers breathe new life into phylogeography and species delimitation for the problematic short-necked turtles (Chelidae: Emydura) of eastern Australia. Submitted.

Georges, A., Spencer, R-J., Killian, A. and Zhang, X. 2018. Assault from all sides: hybridization and introgression threaten the already critically endangered <i>Myuchelys georgesi</i> (Chelonia: Chelidae) submitted.

Gruber, B., Unmack, P.J., Berry, O. and Georges, A. 2018. dartR: an R package to facilitate analysis of SNP data generated from reduced representation genome sequencing. Molecular Ecology Resources, 18:691–699 [pdf]

Johnson, R.N., O’Meally, D., Chen, Z., Etherington, G.J., Ho, S.Y.W., Nash, W.J., Grueber, C.E., Cheng, Y., Whittington, C.M., Dennison, S., Peel, E., Haerty, W., O’Neill, R.J., Colgan, D, Russell, T.L., Alquezar-Planas, D.E., Attenbrow, V., Bragg, J.G., Brandies, P.A., Chong, A.Y-Y., Deakin, J.E., di Palma, F., Duda, Z., Eldridge, M.D.B., Ewart, K.M., Hogg, C.J., Frankham, G.J., Georges, A., Gillett, A.K., Govendir, M., Greenwood, A.D., Hayakawa, T., Helgen, K.M, Hobbs, M., Holleley, C.E., Heider, T.N., Jones, E.A., King, A., Madden, D., Graves, J.A.M., Morris, K.M., Neaves, L.E., Patel, H.R., Polkinghorne, A.P., Renfree, M.B.R., Robin, C., Salinas, R., Tsangaras, K., Waters, P.D., Waters, S.A., Wright, B., Wilkins, M.R., Timms, P. and Belov, K. 2018. Adaptation and conservation insights from the koala genome. Nature Genetics 50:1102–1111.

Richards, S., Clulow, S., Bower D. and Georges, A. 2018. Herpetofauna of the Wau Creek area, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea

Spencer, R-J., van Dyke, J., Petrov, K., Ferronato, B., McDougall, F., Austin, M., Keitel, C. and Georges, A. 2018. Profiling a possible rapid extinction event in a long-lived species. Biological Conservation 221:190-197. [pdf]

Stanford, C.B., Rhodin, A.G.J., van Dijk, P.P., Horne', B.D., Blank, T., Goode, E.V., Hudson, R., Mittermeier, R.A., Currylow, A., Eisemberg, C., Frankel, M., Georges, A., Gibbons, P.M., Juvik, J.Ol, Kuchling, G., Luiselli, L., Haitao, S., Singh, S. and Walde, A. 2018. Turtles in Trouble. The World's 25+ Most Endangered Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles -- 2018. Turtle Conservancy, Ojai, California, USA [pdf]

Warner, D., Du, W. and Georges, A. 2018. Developmental plasticity in reptiles: Physiological mechanisms and ecological consequences. Journal of Experimental Zoology Part A: Ecological Genetics and Physiology, https://doi.org/10.1002/jez.2199. [pdf]

Whiteley, S., Weisbecker, V., Georges, A., Gauthier, A.R.G., Whitehead, D.L. and Holleley, C.E. 2018. Developmental asynchrony and antagonism of sex determination pathways in a lizard with temperature-induced sex reversal. Submitted.

van Dyke, J.U., Spencer, R-J., Thompson, M.B., Chessman, B., Howard, K. and Georges, A. 2018. Conservation implications of the decline and extinction of turtles in Australia’s Murray River. Submitted.

2017

Bower, D., Clulow, S., Amepou, Y. and Georges, A. 2017. Diaries of Frog Research Adventures in Wau Creek Research Station, Papua New Guinea. FrogLog 25(2):17-21. [pdf]

Bower, D., Clulow, S.,, Richards, S., Amepou, Y. and Georges, A. 2017. Frogs of Wau Creek. Rokrok bilong Hanwara Wau. Poster prepared for public circulation. [pdf]

Bower, D.S., Lips, K.R., Schwartzkopf, L., Georges, A. and Clulow, S. 2017. Amphibians on the brink. Preemptive policies can protect amphibians from devastating fungal diseases. Science 357:454-455. [pdf]

Deveson, I.W., Holleley, C.E., Blackburn, J., Graves, J.A.M., Mattick, J.S., Waters, P.D. and Georges, A. 2017. Differential intron retention in Jumonji chromatin modifier genes is implicated in reptile temperature-dependent sex determination Science Advances 3:e1700731. [pdf]

Ferronato, B.O., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2017. Responses of an Australian freshwater turtle to drought-flood cycles along a natural to urban gradient Austral Ecology 42:442–455 [pdf]

Georges, A. 2017. The dragon genome -- sequence, annotation, physical mapping -- what we have learned an what questions have been raised. Cytogenetics in the Genomics Era. February 2-3, 2017, Canberra, Australia

Georges, A. 2017. Genetics, conservation and climate change: Lessons from the dragon. Genomics and Animal Conservation Symposium in Honour of Prof. Jennifer Graves and her receipt of the PM Prize for Science. LaTrobe University, Melbourne. September 29, 2017.

Georges, A. and Gruber, B. 2017. An R package for manipulating SNP genotypes generated by DArT Pty Ltd. Museum Genomics in Practice. Workshop organised by the Centre for Biodiversity Analysis. 4-6 April, 2017. ANU Canberra, Australia.

Georges, A. and Guarino, F. 2017. Turtles of Cooper Creek -- Life in the slow lane. Pp. 55-62 in Kingsford, R. (Ed.). Lake Eyre Basin Rivers. Environmental, Social and Economic Importance. CSIRO Publishing, Canberra, Australia. [pdf]

Georges, A., Adams, M., Gruber, B. and Unmack, P. 2017. Are multilocus approaches to species delimitation an answer to rampant taxonomic inflation? CBA Conference on Genomics and Collections: Adaptation to Macroevolution. 12-14 September 2017, Canberra, Australia [pdf]

John, F. (Piku Team) 2017. Pig-nose turtle conservation and livelihood benefits. Endemic and Flagship Species Workshop. CEPA and Mama Graun, Lamana Hotel, Port Moresby. March 2-3, 2017.

Rhodin, A.G.J., Iverson, J.B., Bour, R., Fritz, U, Georges, A, Shaffer, H.B. and van Dijk, P.P [Turtle Taxonomy Working Group]. 2017. Turtles of the World: Annotated Checklist and Atlas of Taxonomy, Synonymy, Distribution, and Conservation Status (8th Edition) Chelonian Conservation Monographs 7:1-292. [pdf]

Welsh, M., Doody, J.S. and Georges, A. 2017. Resource partitioning among five sympatric species of freshwater turtles from the wet–dry tropics of northern Australia Wildlife Research 44:219-229. [pdf]

Whiteley, S. 2017. Sex reversal and temporary pseudohermaphroditism: Complex sexual development in the Central Bearded Dragon (Squamata: <i>Pogona vitticeps</i>) Honours Thesis, University of Queensland, Brisbane, Australia [pdf]

Whiteley, S.L., Holleley, C.E., Ruscoe, W., Castelli, M., Whitehead, D., Lei, J., Georges, A. and Weisbecker, V. 2017. Sex determination mode does not affect body or genital development of the central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps). EvoDevo 8:25. [pdf]

Young, M.J., Killian, A., Eisemberg, C., Gleeson, D.M. and Georges, A. 2017. Development of a SNP-based genetic analysis for geographic origin assignment of the pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys. Conference of the Society for Wildlife Forensic Science, 5-9 June 2017, Edinburgh, Scotland. [pdf]

Zhang, X., Unmack, P., Kuchling, G., Wang, Y. and Georges, A. 2017. Resolution of the enigmatic phylogenetic relationship of the critically endangered Western Swamp Tortoise Pseudemydura umbrina (Pleurodira: Chelidae) using a complete mitochondrial genome. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 115:58–61. [pdf]

2016

Amepou, L., Eisemberg, C.E., Lynch, J. and Georges, A. 2016. Community engagement in the conservation and management of the declining pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) in Kikori, Papua New Guinea. The 8th World Congress of Herpetology, 15-21 August, 2016. Hangzhou, China.

Amepou, Y. 2016. The Piku Project: Saving Papua New Guinea's endangered pig nosed turtle. The Tortoise 5:52-19 [pdf]

Bower, D., Scheltinga, D., Clulow, S., Clulow, J., Franklin, C. and Georges, A. 2016. Salinity tolerances of two Australian freshwater turtles, Chelodina expansa and Emydura macquarii (Testudinata:Chelidae). Conservation Physiology 4: cow42, 1-9. [pdf]

Boyle, M., Schwanz, L., Hone, J. and Georges, A. 2016. Dispersal and climate warming determine range shift in model reptile populations. Ecological Modelling 328:34-43. [pdf]

Deakin, J., Edwards, M.J., Patel, H., O'Meally, D., Lian, J., Stenhouse, R., Ryan, S., Livernois, A., Azad, B., Holleley, C., Li, Q. and Georges, A. 2016. Anchoring genome sequence to chromosomes of the central bearded dragon (Pogona vitticeps) enables reconstruction of ancestral squamate macrochromosomes and identifies sequence content of the Z chromosome. BMC Genomics 17:447. [pdf]

Du, W.G., Sun,, B.J., Li, T., Mu, Y., McGlashan, J.K., Georges, A. and Shine, R. 2016. Thyroid hormone modulates offspring sex ratio in a turtle with temperature-dependent sex determination. Proceedings of the Royal Society, London, Series B 283:20161026. [pdf]

Eisemberg, C.C., Costa, B.G., Guterres, E.C. , Christian, K., Amepou, Y. & Georges, A. 2016. Connections between local taboos and reptile conservation projects in Papua New Guinea and Timor-Leste. The 8th World Congress of Herpetology, 15-21 August, 2016. Hangzou, China.

Ezaz, T., Matsubara, K., Gamble, T., O’Meally, D., Melanie Edwards, M., Young, M., Holleley, C., Matsuda, Y., Deakin, J., Zhang, X., Graves, J.A.M., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2016. Comparative genomics of sex chromosome evolution in Reptiles: Shared ancestry or convergence? The 8th World Congress of Herpetology, 15-21 August, 2016. Hangzhou, China.

Famelli, S., Souza, F.L., Georges, A. and Bertoluci, J. 2016. Movement patterns and activity of the Brazilian snake-necked turtle Hydromedusa maximiliani (Testudines: Chelidae) in southeastern Brazil. Amphibia-Reptilia 37:215-228. [pdf]

Ferronato, B.O., Marques, T.S., Lara, N.R.F., Masrtinelli, L.A., Verdade, L.M., Comargo, P.B., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2016. Isotopic niche in the eastern long-necked turtle Chelodina longicollis (Testudines: Chelidae) along a natural-urban gradient in southeastern Australia. Herpetological Journal 26:297-304. [pdf]

Ferronato, B.O., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2016. Urban hazards: Spatial ecology and survivorship of a turtle in an expanding suburban environment. Urban Ecosystems 19:415-428. [pdf]

Ferronato, B.O., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2016. Effects of urbanization and climate on the ecology and survivorship of the turtle Chelodina longicollis, southeastern Australia. The 8th World Congress of Herpetology, 15-21 August, 2016. Hangzhou, China.

Georges, A., Bower, D., Clulow, S. and Amepou, Y. 2016. Reptiles of Wau Creek. Palai, Sinek, Trausel na Pukpuk. Poster for public circulation. [pdf]

Georges, A., Holleley, C. and Sarre, S.D. 2016. Developmental plasticity and sex determination in reptiles. The 8th World Congress of Herpetology, 15-21 August, 2016. Hangzou, China.

Georges, A., Holleley, H., O’Meally, D., Zhang,G., Lee, K., Waters, P., Deakin, D., Patel, H., Matsubara, K., Zhang, X.,Graves, J.A.M., Ezaz T. and Sarre, S.D.. 2016. Genome of the dragon and the genomics of sex. The 8th World Congress of Herpetology, 15-21 August, 2016. Hangzou, China.

Georges, A., Unmack, P.J., Pauly, g., Gruber, B., Kilian, A., Hodges, K., Young, M.,Shaffer H.B. and Zhang, X. 2016. Phylogeography of the enigmatic southern Emydura complex of eastern Australia (Chelonia: Chelidae) based on a combination of mitochondrial and nuclear DNA markers (SNPs). The 8th World Congress of Herpetology, 15-21 August, 2016. Hangzou, China.

Holleley, CE, Sarre, SD, O'Meally, D. and Georges, A. 2016. Sex reversal in reptiles: reproductive oddity or powerful driver of evolutionary change? Sexual Development doi:10.1159/000450972. [pdf]

Li, H., Holleley, C.E., Elphick, M., Georges, A. and Shine, R. 2016. The behavioural consequences of sex reversal in dragons. Proceedings of the Royal Society London, Series B 283: 20160217. [pdf]

Livernois, A., Hardy, K. Domaschenz, R, Papankilaou, A, Georges, A., Sarre, S., Rao, S., Ezaz, T. and Deakin, J. 2016. Identification of interleukin genes in Pogona vitticeps using a de novo transcriptome assembly from RNA-Seq data Immunogenetics 68:719–731. [pdf]

Matsubara, K., O'Meally, D., Azad, B., Georges, A., Sarre, S.D., Graves, J.A.M., Matsuda, Y. and Ezaz, T. 2016. Amplification of microsatellite repeat motifs is associated with the evolutionary differentiation and heterochromatinization of sex chromosomes in Sauropsida. Chromosoma 125:111-123. [pdf]

Thomson, S. and Georges, A. 2016. A new species of freshwater turtle of the genus Elseya (Testudinata: Pleurodira: Chelidae) from the Northern Territory of Australia. Zootaxa 4061:18-28. [pdf]

2015

Cann, J., Spencer, R-J., Welsh, M. and Georges, A. 2015. Myuchelys georgesi (Cann, 1997) -- Bellinger River Turtle. Chelonian Research Monographs 5, doi:10.3854/crm.5.091.georgesi.v1.2015. [pdf]

Eisemberg, C., Rose, M., Yaru, B., Amepou, Y. and Georges, A. 2015. Salinity of the coastal nesting environment and its association with body size in the estuarine pig-nosed turtle. Journal of Zoology, London 295:65-74 [pdf]

Eisemberg, C.C., Amepou, Y., Rose, M., Yaru, B. and Georges, A. 2015. Defining priority areas through social and biological data for the pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) conservation program in the Kikori Region, Papua New Guinea. Journal for Nature Conservation 28:19-25. [pdf]

Eisemberg, C.C., Rose, M., Yaru, B. and Georges, A. 2015. Spatial and temporal trends in pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) harvest in Papua New Guinea. Oryx 49:659-668. [pdf]

Ellis, R. and Georges, A. 2015. An annotated type catalogue of the turtles (Testudines: Pleurodira: Chelidae) in the collection of the Western Australian Museum. Records of the Western Australian Museum 30:52-60 [pdf]

Ferronato, B.O. 2015. Ecology of the Eastern Long-necked Turtle (Chelodina longicollis) along a natural-urban gradient, ACT, Australia. PhD Thesis, University of Canberra, Australia [pdf]

Ferronato, B.O., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2015. First record of hatchling overwintering in a chelid turtle. Australian Journal of Zoology 63, 287-291. [pdf]

Fielder, D., Chessman, B.C. and Georges, A. 2015. Myuchelys bellii (Gray, 1844) -- Western Saw-shelled Turtle, Bell's Turtle. Chelonian Research Monographs 5(8):088.7, doi:10.3854/crm.5.088.bellii.v1.2015. [pdf]

Georges A. and Spencer, R.J. 2015. Bellinger River Turtles: Assessment of genetic diversity and hybridization in a species under threat. Report prepared for the Ecosystems and Threatened Species Unit, Office of Environment and Heritage, PO Box A290, Sydney South, NSW 1232. 25-Aug-2015.

Georges, A. 2015. Treking the Transfly. Papua New Guinea The Tortoise 1(4):32-47.

Georges, A., Li, Q., Lian, J., O'Meally, D., Deakin, J., Wang, Z., Zhang, P., Fujita, M., Patel, H.R., Holleley, C.E., Zhou, Y., Zhang, X., Matsurbara, K., Waters, P., Graves, J.A.M., Sarre, S.D. and Zhang, G. 2015. High-coverage sequencing and annotated assembly of the genome of the Australian dragon lizard Pogona vitticeps. GigaScience 4:45 [pdf]

Georges, A., Li, Q., Lian, J., O'Meally, D., Deakin, J., Wang, Z., Zhang, P., Fujita, M., Patel, H.R., Holleley, C.E., Zhou, Y., Zhang, X., Matsurbara, K., Waters, P., Graves, J.A.M., Sarre, S.D. and Zhang, G. 2015. The genome of the Australian dragon lizard Pogona vitticeps. GigaScience Database [http://gigadb.org/dataset/100166]

Gonzalez-Orozco, C.E., Mishler, B.D., Miller, J.T., Laffan, S.W., Knerr, N., Unmack, P., Georges, A., Thornhill, A.H., Rosauer, D.F. and Gruber, B. 2015. Assessing biodiversity and endemism using phylogenetic methods across multiple taxonomic groups. Ecology and Evolution 5:5177-5192. [pdf]

Hodges, K., Donnellan, S and Georges, A. 2015. Significant genetic structure despite high vagility revealed through mitochondrial phylogeography of an Australian freshwater turtle, Chelodina longicollis. Marine and Freshwater Research 66:1045-1056. [pdf]

Hodges, K.M. 2015. Recent evolutionary history of the Australian freshwater turtles Chelodina expansa and Chelodina longicollis. PhD Thesis, University of Adelaide, Australia

Holleley, C., O'Meally, D., Sarre, S.D., Graves, J.A.M., Ezaz, T.E., Matsubara, K., Azad, B., Zhang, X. and Georges, A. 2015. Sex reversal triggers rapid evolution of temperature dependent sex determination. Seventh International Symposium on the Biology of Vertebrate Sex Determination, April 13-17, 2015, Kona, Hawaii.

Holleley, C.E., O'Meally, D., Sarre, S.D., Graves, J.A.M., Ezaz, T., Matsubara, K., Azad, B., Zhang, X. and Georges, A. 2015. Sex reversal triggers the rapid transition from genetic to temperature-dependent sex. Nature 523:79-82. [pdf]

Koepfli, K.P., Paten, B., Genome 10K Community of Scientists [incl. Georges, A.], and OBrien, S.J. 2015. The Genome 10K Project -- A Way Forward. Annual Review of Animal Biosciences 3:57-111 [pdf]

Matsubara, K., Holleley, C., O'Meally, D., Deakin, J., Wang, Y., Zhang, X., Edwards, M., Patel, H., Li, Q., Zhang, G., Graves, J.A.M., Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T.E. and Georges, A. 2015. In search of a reptile sex determining gene. Seventh International Symposium on the Biology of Vertebrate Sex Determination, April 13-17, 2015, Kona, Hawaii.

Rhodin, A.G.J., Kaiser, H., van Dijk, P.P., Wüster, W., O’Shea and Thomson, S. with 74 other authors, including Georges, A. 2015. Comment on Spracklandus Hoser, 2009 (Reptilia, Serpentes, ELAPIDAE): request for confirmation of the availability of the generic name and for the nomenclatural validation of the journal in which it was published (Case 3601; BZN 70:234-237; 71:30-38; 133-1 Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 72(1):65-78. [pdf]

Spinks, P.Q., Georges, A. and Shaffer, H.B. 2015. Phylogenetic uncertainty and taxonomic re-revisions: an example from the Australian short-necked turtles (Testudines: Chelidae). Copeia 103:536-540 [pdf]

Thomson, S.A., Amepou, Y., Anamiato, J. and Georges, A. 2015. A new species and subgenus of Elseya (Testudines: Pleurodira: Chelidae) from New Guinea. Zootaxa 4006:59-82. [pdf]

Thomson, SA 2015. Diagnosis of Living and Fossil Short-necked Turtles of the Genus Elseya using skeletal morphology Unpubl. thesis. Master of Applied Science, University of Canberra, Australia.

Unmack, P.J., Young, M., Gruber, B., Killian, A. and Georges, A. 2015. Comparative phylogeography via next generation sequencing of four widespread aquatic species from the Murray-Darling Basin Australian Society for Fish Biology Annual Conference, 11th -14th October 2015 Sydney, Australia

2014

Adams, M., Raadik, T., Burridge, C. and Georges, A. 2014. Global biodiversity assessment and hyper-cryptic species complexes: more than one species of elephant in the room? Systematic Biology 63:518-533. [pdf]

Amepou, Y., Eisemberg, C. and Georges, A. 2014. The effect of inundation patterns on pig-nosed turtle nest mortality at coastal and riverine areas of Kikori, Papua New Guinea 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

Bower, D. and Hodges, K. 2014. Chelodina expansa Gray 1857 -- Broad-Shelled Turtle, Giant Snake-Necked Turtle Chelonian Research Monographs 5: doi:10.3854/crm.5.071.expansa.v1.2014 [pdf]

Boyle, M. 2014. Spatial and demographic consequences of genotypic and thermosensitive sex determination in stable and changing climates. Unpublished PhD Thesis, Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra,

Boyle, M., Schwanz, L., Hone, J. and Georges, A. 2014. Under what conditions do climate-driven sex ratios enhance versus diminish population persistence. Ecology and Evolution 4:4522-4533. [pdf]

Boyle, M., Schwanz, L., Hone, L.J. and Georges, A. 2014. Modelling climate and the geographical distributions of species with temperature-dependent juvenile survival and sex determination 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

Boyle, M., Schwanz, L.E., Hone, J. and Georges, A. 2014. How do climate-linked sex ratios and dispersal limit range boundaries? BMC Ecology 14:19. [pdf]

Brown, S. 2014. The Wild Side of Gungahlin. GCC Gunsmoke 131:10-12. [pdf]

Doucette, L., Gruber, B., Georges, A. Osborne W. and Sarre, S.D. 2014. Climate induced restrictions on agamid activity: The case of the endangered grassland earless dragon 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

Eisemberg, C. and Berra, T. 2014. Notes on the Sale of the Nurseryfish (Kurtus gulliveri) in the Kikori Market, Papua New Guinea Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 30 July – 3 August, 2014

Eisemberg, C. and Georges, A. 2014. Pig-nosed Turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) -- Coastal-riverine nesting dichotomy in the Kikori River, Papua New Guinea: choice and trade-offs Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 30 July – 3 August, 2014

Eisemberg, C.C., Amepou, Y., Manasi, E., Rose, M., Yaru, B. and Georges, A. 2014. Using biological and social data to identify priority areas for Carettochelys insculpta conservation in the Kikori regions, Papua New Guinea 12th Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles. Pp 27.

Ferronato, B., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2014. The other side of the fence: Reptile bycatch in a predator-proof fence? 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

Ferronato, B., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2014. Reptile bycatch in a pest-exclusion fence established for wildlife reintroductions Journal for Nature Conservation 22:577-585 [pdf]

Georges, A. 2014. Invasion in our northern connections BRIDGING, Newsletter of the Peter Cullen Water & Environment Trust 11:18. [pdf]

Georges, A. 2014. Missionaries, mercenaries, misfits, and manna from heaven 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

Georges, A. 2014. Missionaries, misfits and manna from heaven -- Challenges of turtle conservation in Papua New Guinea 12th Annual Symposium on the Conservation and Biology of Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles. Keynote Address.

Georges, A. 2014. Wetlands. What frehwater turtles can tell us about their management. Yass Area Network (YAN) AGM (11 Sept 2014), Dinner Address.

Georges, A., Eisemberg, C., Amepou, Y. and Manasi, E. 2014. Turtle Conservation Challenges in Papua New Guinea Turtle Survival August 2014:22-24. [pdf]

Georges, A., Ezaz, T., Hardy, C., Lintermans, M., Taggart, J. and Sarre, S.D. 2014. eDNA Surveillance for High Risk Invasive Fish Proceedings of the symposium on Tilapia in Australia-State of Knowledge, CRC for Invasive Animals and Murray Darling Basin Authority, 15-16 May,2012, Brisbane, Queensland. [pdf]

Georges, A., Zhang, X., Unmack, P., Reid, B.N., Le, M. and McCord, W.P. 2014. Contemporary genetic structure of an endemic freshwater turtle reflects Miocene orogenesis of New Guinea. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111:192-208 [pdf]

Hodges, K., Donnellan, S and Georges, A. 2014. Phylogeography of the Australian freshwater turtle Chelodina expansa reveals complex relationships among inland and coastal bioregions. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 111:789-805. [pdf]

Hodges, K., Georges, A. and Donnellan, S. 2014. The biogeography of hybridisation in east Australian long necked turtles. International Biogeography Society Early Career Conference, Canberra ACT, Jan 7-10, 2014.

Holleley, C., Sarre, S.D., O’Meally, D., Ezaz T. and Georges, A. 2014. Sex-reversed dragons can reproduce: a naturally occurring transition from genotypic to temperature dependent sex determination 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

Janes, D.E., Organ, C.L., Stiglec, R., O'Meally, D.O., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M., Valenzuela, N., Literman, R.A., Rutherford, K., Gemmell, N., Iverson, J.B., Tamplin, J.W., Edwards, S.V. and Ezaz, T.E. 2014. Molecular evolution of Dmrt1 accompanies change of sex determining mechanisms in Reptilia. Biology Letters 10:20140809. [pdf]

Kennett, R., Fordham, D.A., Alacs, E., Corey, B. and Georges, A. 2014. Chelodina oblonga Gray 1841 -- Northern Snake-necked Turtle Chelonian Research Monographs 5: doi:10.3854/crm.5.077.oblonga.v1.2014. [pdf]

Matsubara K., Gamble T., Matsuda Y., Zarkower D., Sarre S., Georges A., Marshal Graves J. and Ezaz T. 2014. Non-homologous sex chromosomes in two geckos (Gekkonidae: Gekkota) with female heterogamety. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 143:251-258. [pdf]

Matsubara, K., O’Meally, D., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Ezaz, T. 2014. Amplification of microsatellite repeats is associated with differentiation of sex chromosomes in reptiles 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

Matsubara, K., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. Matsuda, Y., Graves, J.A.M. and Ezaz, T. 2014. Highly differentiated ZW sex microchromosomes in the Australian Varanus species evolved through rapid amplification of repetitive sequences PLoS One 9(4): e95226. [pdf]

Spencer, R-J, Lim, D., Georges, A., Welsh, M. and Reid, A.M. 2014. The risk of inter-specific competition in Australian short-necked turtles. Ecological Research 29:767-777. [pdf]

Todd, E.V., Blair, D., Georges, A., Lukoschek, V. and Jerry, D.R. 2014. A biogeographical history and timeline for the evolution of Australian snapping turtles (Elseya: Chelidae) in Australia and New Guinea. Journal of Biogeography 41:905-918. [pdf]

Unmack, P., Gruber, B. and Georges, A. 2014. Comparative phylogeography of four aquatic species from the Murray-Darling Basin Joint Meeting of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, Chattanooga, Tennessee, 30 July – 3 August, 2014

Zhang, X. and Georges, A. 2014. A complete mitochondrial genome sequence for the Australian turtle, Chelodina longicollis obtained using 454-pyrosequencing. Conservation Genetics Resources 6:555-557 [pdf]

Zhang, X. and Georges, A. 2014. Complete mitochondrial genome sequence for the Australian turtle, <em>Chelodina longicollis</em>, with reassessment of the light strand replication origin (OL) and frameshift mutations in the <em>Chelodina</em> 50th Anniversary Meeting of The Australian Society of Herpetologists, Greenhills Conference Centre, Canberra, ACT. January 29-31, 2014.

2013

Azad, B., O'Meally, D., Young, M., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M., Edwards, S.V. and Ezaz, T. 2013. Genomics of sex chromosomes in the Australian dragon Pogona vitticeps. DeAgamis 3, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Agamid Lizards, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Jan 21-23 2013. Pp 16.

Azad, Bhumika, Matsubara, K., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Ezaz, T. 2013. Repeat landscape of a dragon sex chromosome. Pp. 10. Proceedings of the ANU/CSIRO Biodiversity Genomics Conference, 2-5 April, 2013. Canberra.

Bohm,M., Collen, B., Baillie, J.E.M., Chanson, J., Cox, N., Hammerson, G., Hoffmann, M., Livingstone, S.R., Ram, M., Rhodin, A.G.J., Stuart, S.N., van Dijk, P.P., Young, Y. and 203 additional authors listed in alphabetical order including Georges, A. 2013. The Conservation Status of the World's Reptiles. Biological Conservation 157:372-385. [pdf]

Bower, D.S., Hodges, K.M. and Georges, A. 2013. Salinity of incubation media influences embryonic development of a freshwater turtle. Journal of Comparative Physiology Series B 183:235-241. [pdf]

Boyle, M., Schwanz, L., Hone, J. and Georges, A. 2013. Modelling climate and the geographical distributions of species with temperature-dependent juvenile survival and sex determination. Intecol 2013 Annual Conference. London, 18-23 August 2013.

Eisemberg, C. and Georges, A. 2013. A pibotal temperature for the pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) in the Kikori River, Papua New Guinea. 37th Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Point Wolstoncroft, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2013. Pp 60.

Ezaz, T., Azad, B., O'Meally, D., Young, M.J., Matsubara, K., Edwards, M.J., Zhang, X., Holleley, C.E., Deakin, J.E., Marshall-Graves, J.A., Georges, A., Edwards, S.V. and Sarre, S.D. 2013. Sequence and gene content of a large fragment of a lizard sex chromosome and evaluation of candidate sex differentiating gene R-spondin1. BMC Genomics 14, 899. [pdf]

Ezaz, T., Matsubara, K., Young, M., O'Meally, D., Azad, B., Georges, A., Graves, J., Holleley, C., Zhang, X., Sarre, S.D. 2013. Comparative genomics of sex chromosome evolution: Lessons from non-model reptiles. Pp. 19. Proceedings of the ANU/CSIRO Biodiversity Genomics Conference, 2-5 April, 2013. Canberra.

Famelli, S. Leonardo Ramos Adriano, L.R., Pereira, F.P.A., Souza, F.L., Gruber, B., Georges, A. and Bertoluci, J. 2013. Home range and movement patterns of the Neotropical freshwater turtle Hydromedusa maximiliani (Testudines: Chelidae) in Southeastern Brazil. 17th European Congress of Herpeology, VeszprГ©m, Hungary. August 22-27, 2013.

Ferronato, B.O. and Cruzado, G. 2013. Uses, beliefs and conservation of turtles by Ashaninka indigenous people, central Peru. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 12:308-313. [pdf]

Ferronato, B.deO, PIГ‘A, C.I., Molina, F.C., Espinosa, R.A. and Morales, V.R. 2013. Feeding habits of Amazonian freshwater turtles (Podocnemididae and Chelidae) from Peru. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 12:119-126. [pdf]

Georges, A. 2013. Commentary: For reptiles with temperature-dependent sex determination, thermal variability may be as important as thermal averages. Animal Conservation 16, 493-494. [pdf]

Georges, A. 2013. Life in the slow lane. Spatial dynamics and persistence of turtles in the Cooper. Lake Eyre Basin Under the Spotlight. The Future of the World's Last Great Desert River System. Symposium, Longreach, Feb 25-28, 2013.

Georges, A. 2013. Announcing the first genome sequence for an Australian reptile. 37th Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Point Wolstoncroft, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2013.

Georges, A. 2013. Stories of PNG. Dinner presentation at the Science Educators Association of the ACT, Pod Food, Pialligo ACT, November 8.

Georges, A. 2013. The Kikori Project: Science underpinning community-led conservation and environmental education in the Kikori Delta, PNG. Research School of Biological Sciences, Australian National University, May 16, 2013.

Georges, A. 2013. Finding a Needle in a Haystack - subtracting male and female dragon genomes. Seminar presented to the Techniques in Computational Genomics Group, Australian National University, March 1, 2013.

Georges, A. 2013. Sex in dragons: Finding a needle in a haystack. School of Biologicals Sciences, Florida State University, Florida USA. May 1, 2013.

Georges, A. 2013. Sex in dragons. Department of Genetics, University of Texas in Arlington, Texas USA. May 10, 2013.

Georges, A. 2013. Genomics for Dummies - A step by step introduction to the full genome sequence for bearded dragon. ACT Herpetological Association, Belconnen Way Soccer Club, June 18, 2013.

Georges, A., Holleley, C., O'Meally, D., Zhang, G., Lee, K., Waters, P., Deakin, J., Patel, H., Matsubara, K., Edwards, M., Zhang, X., Marshall-Graves, J., Ezaz, T., and Sarre, S.D. 2013. Genome of the dragon and the genomics of sex. Proceedings of the 3rd Genome 10K Community of Scientists Conference, Fort Lauderdale/Hollywood, Florida USA. April 24-28, 2013:21.

Georges, A., Sarre, S.D., Zhang, G., Lee, K., Waters, P., Deakin, J., Graves, J.A.M., O'Meally, D., Holleley, C., Matsubara, K., Zhang, X., Young, M. and Ezaz, T. 2013. The genomics revolution and sex in the bearded dragon. DeAgamis 3, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Agamid Lizards, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Jan 21-23 2013. Pp 10.

Georges, A., Sarre, S.D., Zhang, G., Lee, K., Waters, P., Deakin, J., Marshall-Graves, J., O'Meally, D., Holleley, C., Matsubara, K., Fujita, M., Azad, B., Edwards, M., Zhang, X., Young, M. and Ezaz, T. 2013. A draft annotated genome sequence for Australia's Bearded Dragon. Paper presented at Genetics Society of Australasia Conference, Sydney, 14-17 July 2013.

Hodges, K., Georges, A. and Donnellan, S. 2013. The biogeography of itrogressive hybridisation in eas Australian long necked turtles. 37th Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Point Wolstoncroft, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2013:16 [Awarded prize for best PhD presentation]

Holleley, C., O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D., Matsubara, K., Zhang, X. and Georges, A. 2013. Subtractive genomics and the identification of sex specific sequence and genes. Paper presented at Genetics Society of AustralAsia 2013 Conference, Sydney, 14-17 July 2013.

Holleley, C.E. 2013. Festival of Ambitious Ideas: From Ambition to Action. Citizen Science: Crowd Funding for Research, CSIRO Discovery Centre,Canberra Australia. [Invited]

Holleley, C.E. 2013. Crowd Funding in Universities: The Sugar Glider Genetics Project Case Study. Workshop on Is Crowd Funding an Option in a University Setting? University of Canberra, Australia. [Plenary Speaker]

Holleley, C.E. 2013. Sex-reversed dragons can reproduce: a naturally occurring transition from genotypic to temperature dependent sex determination. Seminar presented to the Centre for Integrative Ecology, Deakin University, Geelong, Australia. [Invited]

Holleley, C.E. 2013. Sex-reversed dragons can reproduce: a naturally occurring transition from genotypic to temperature dependent sex determination. Seminar presented to the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, Australia.

Le, M., Reid, B., McCord, W., Naro-Maciel, E., Raxworthy, C., Amato, G., Georges, A. 2013. Resolving the phylogenetic history of the short-necked turtles, genera Elseya and Myuchelys (Testudines: Chelidae) from Australia and New Guinea. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution, 68:251-258. [pdf]

Matsubara, K., Knopp, T., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Ezaz, T. 2013. Karyotypic analysis and FISH mapping of microsatellite motifs reveal highly differentiated XX/XY sex chromosomes in the pink-tailed worm-lizard (Aprasia parapulchella, Pygopodidae, Squamata). Molecular Cytogenetics 6:60. [pdf]

Matsubara, K., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M., Matsuda, Y. and Ezaz, T. 2013. Comparative analysis of sex chromosomes between Pogona vitticeps (Agamidae) and other reptiles. DeAgamis 3, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Agamid Lizards, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Jan 21-23 2013. Pp 16-17.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2013. Cool temperatures produce more males in alpine nests of the three-lined skink, Bassiana duperreyi. 37th Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Point Wolstoncroft, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2013. Pp.33.

O'Meally, D., Holleley, C., Zhang, X., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2013. Cool temperatures produce more males in alpine nests of the XY skink, Bassiana duperreyi. Paper presented at Genetics Society of AustralAsia 2013 Conference (Spoken seminar), Sydney, 14-17 July 2013.

O'Meally, D., Patel, H., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D., Graves, J.A.M., Georges, A. and Waters, P.D. 2013. Sex chromosome dosage compensation in the central bearded dragon, Pogona vitticeps. DeAgamis 3, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Agamid Lizards, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Jan 21-23 2013. Pp 12.

Schwanz, L.E., Ezaz, T., Gruber, B. and Georges, A. 2013. Novel evolutionary pathways of sex determining mechanisms. Journal of Evolutionary Biology 26:2544-2557. [pdf]

Schwanz, L.E., Ezaz, T., Gruber, B. and Georges, A. 2013. Evolutionary transitions among sex-determining mechanisms without crossing a fitness valley. 37th Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Point Wolstoncroft, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2013:42.

Todd, E.V., Blair, D., Farley, S., Farrington, L., FitzSimmons, N.N., Georges, A., Limpus, C.J. and Jerry, D.R 2013. Contemporary genetic structure reflects historical drainage isolation in an Australian snapping turtle, Elseya albagula. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, London, 169, 200-214. [pdf]

Todd, E.V., Blair, D., Georges, A., Zhang, X., Alacs, E. and Jerry, D. 2013. Biogeographic history and timeline for the evolution of Australian snapping turtles (genus Elseya) in Australia and New Guinea. 37th Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Point Wolstoncroft, Lake Macquarie, New South Wales, Jan 29 to Feb 1, 2013:47.

Unmack, P.J., Gonzalez-Orozco, C., Hammer, M., Adams, M., Gruber, B. and Georges, A. 2013. Murray-Darling Basin fishes: phylogenetic relationships and distributional patterns. Australian Society for Fish Biology, Hamilton, New Zealand, August 2013.

Young, M.J., O'Meally, D., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Ezaz, T. 2013. Molecular cytogenetic map of the central bearded dragon Pogona vitticeps (Squamata: Agamidae). Chromosome Research 21:361-374. [pdf]

Zhang, X., O'Meally, D., Holleley, C., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2013. Application of mismatch sensitive nuclease in screening for sex specific DNA in GSD species. DeAgamis 3, Proceedings of the 3rd International Symposium on Agamid Lizards, Melbourne Museum, Melbourne Jan 21-23 2013. Pp 17.

2012

Amepau, Y., Eisemberg, C.C. and Georges, A. 2012. Yumi lukautim Piku: Pik- nus trausel, 5 toea Trausel bilong Papua New Guinea [Taking care of Piku: the Pig-nosed turtle, Papua New Guinea’s 5 toea turtle]. Poster presented at Goroka Show, PNG Independence Day, Goroka, September 16, 2012.

Amepou, Y., Eisemberg, C. and Georges, A. 2012. Community-led Conservation of Carettochelys insculpta in Kikori, Gulf Province, Papua New Guinea. The 8th New Guinea Biological Conference, June 28-29, 2102, Foreset Research Institute, Lae, PNG.

Bower, D., Hutchinson, M. and Georges, A. 2012. Movement and habitat use of Australia's largest snake-necked turtle: implications for water management. Journal of Zoology, London 287:76-80 [pdf]

Bower, D.S., Death, C. and Georges, A. 2012. Ecological and physiological impacts of salinisation on freshwater turtles of the lower Murray River. Wildlife Research 39:705-710. [pdf]

Boyle, M., Schwanz, L., Hone, J. and Georges, A. 2012. Modelling effects on populations with temperature-dependent sex determination. 25th Australasian Wildlife Management 2012 Annual Conference, Grand Chancellor Hotel, Adelaide, 27-29th November 2012.

Boyle, M., Schwanz, L., Hone, J. and Georges, A. 2012. Modelling effects on populations with temperature-dependent sex determination. Ecological Society of Australia 2012 Annual Conference, The Sebel, Albert Park, Melbourne, Victoria, 3-7th December 2012.

Doucette, L.I., Osborne, W.S., Gruber, B., Georges, A., Ezaz, T., Dimond, W.J. Evans, M. and Sarre, S.D. 2012. Climate Induced Restrictions on Ectotherm Activity and Reproduction: The Case of a Rapidly Declining Endangered Grassland Lizard. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australia and New Zealand Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, Auckland, New Zealand, 7-9 December, 2012.

Doucette, L.I., Osborne, W.S., Gruber, B., Georges, A., Ezaz, T., Dimond, W.J., Evans, M. and Sarre, S.D. 2012. Climate induced restriction on ectotherm activity and reproduction: The case of a rapidly declining endangered grassland lizard. 29th Meeting of the Australian and New Zealand Society for Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, University of Auckland, 6-9th December 2012.

Eisemberg, C., Amepau, Y. and Georges, A. 2012. Saving the Piku. Our Way, Airlines PNG Inflight Magazine, Aug/Sep 2012, pp 41-42.

Eisemberg, C., Rose, M., Amepou, Y. and Georges, A. 2012. The Piku Project: Pig-nosed Turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) community-led conservation in the Kikori region of Papua New Guinea. Regional Conference of the Society for Conservation Biology, Oceania, September 20-23, 2012, Charles Darwin University, Darwin, NT, Australia.

Eisemberg, C.C, Amepou, Y. and Georges, A. 2012. Grassroots Environmental Education in the Kikori Delta, Papua New Guinea. Final report prepared by the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, for the Turtle Conservation Fund, 2011 Crystal Drive, Suite 500, Arlington, VA 22202 USA, September 2012.

Eisemberg, C.C. and Georges, A. 2012. Piku on Radio. Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, ACT 2601 Australia. ISBN 978 0 64657103 4.

Eisemberg, C.C., Perini, F.A., Badi, D. and Georges, A. 2012. Monty and the Lake Kutubu Invasion. Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, ACT 2601 Australia. ISBN 978 0 646 58762 2.

Ezaz, T., Young, M., O'Meally, D., Matsubara, K., Marshall-Graves, J.A., Matsuda, Y., Holleley, C., Sarre, S.D., Edwards, S., and Georges, A. 2012. Sex in dragons: Evolution of sex chromosomes in Australian dragon lizards. Pp. 55-57 in Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the Biology Vertebrate Sex Determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 23-27, 2012.

Ferronato, B.O. and Morales, V.M. 2012. Biology and conservation of the freshwater turtles and tortoises of Peru. IRCF Reptiles and Amphibians 19:103-116.

Fielder, D. and Georges, A. 2012. Mary River Turtle Elusor macrurus Cann and Legler, 1994 In Curtis, L.K. Dennis, A.J., McDonald, K.R., Kyne P.K. and Debus, S.J.S. (Eds) Queensland’s Threatened Animals. (Eds) pp. 201-202. CSIRO Publishing, Melbourne.

Fielder, D., Vernes, K., Alacs, E. and Georges, A. 2012. Mitochondrial variation among Australian freshwater turtles (genus Myuchelys), with special reference to the Endangered M. bellii. Endangered Species Research 17:63-71.

Frere, C.H., Prentis, P.J., Ezaz, T. and Georges, A. 2012. Isolation and characterisation of novel microsatellite and mitochondrial DNA markers for the Eastern Water Dragon (Physignathus lesueurii). Conservation Genetics Resources 4:13-116. [pdf]

Georges, A., Sarre, S.D., O'Meally, D., Holleley, C.], Matsubara, K., Zhang, X., Zhang, G., Lee,K. and Ezaz, T. 2012. The genomics of sex determination. 4th International Workshop on Crocodilian Genetics and Genomics, Darwin, Australia. May 16-18, 2012.

Holleley, C., Ezaz, T., O'Meally, D., Matsubara, K., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2012. Gene-environment interactions: Identification of sex-linked DNA sequences in dragons with temperature-dependent sex determination. Pp. 30-31 in Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the Biology Vertebrate Sex Determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 23-27, 2012.

Long, M. and Eisemberg, C. 2012. Saving an endangered turtle in Papua New Guinea. The Lamp. An ExxonMobil Publication 2012(2):11-12.

Matsubara, K. Georges, A., Sarre, S.D., Marshall-Graves, J.A., Matsuda, Y. and Ezaz, T. 2012. Comparative analysis of sex chromosomes between Pogona vitticeps and Emydura macquarii. Pp. 49-50 in Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the Biology Vertebrate Sex Determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 23-27, 2012.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Georges, A., Sarre, S.D. and Graves, J.A.M. 2012. Are some chromosomes particularly good at sex? Insights from amniotes. Chromosome Research 20:7-19. [pdf]

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Marshall-Graves, J.A. 2012. What makes some chromosomes good at sex. Pp. 58-59 in Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the Biology Vertebrate Sex Determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 23-27, 2012.

Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T. and Georges, A. 2012. Transition pathways between sex determining mechanisms in reptiles and amphibians. Pp. P-85 in Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the Biology Vertebrate Sex Determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 23-27, 2012.

Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T., Georges, A. 2012. How many transitional pathways between sex‐determining systems in reptiles and amphibians? World Congress of Herpetology, Vancouver, Canada, August 8-14, 2012.

Schwanz, L., Ezaz, T., Gruber, B. and Georges, A. 2012. Evolutionary transitions from GSD to TSD without crossing a fitness valley. Pp. 48-49 in Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the Biology Vertebrate Sex Determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 23-27, 2012.

Zhang, X., O'Meally, D., Holleley, C., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2012. Identification of sex-specific DNA by a combination of modified representational difference analysis (RDA-DSC) and next generation sequencing. Pp. P-104 in Proceedings of the 6th International Symposium on the Biology Vertebrate Sex Determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 23-27, 2012.

2011

Bower, D. 2011. Conservation biology of freshwater turtles in the lower Murray River of Australia. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra

Eisemberg, C.C. 2011. Nesting ecology, harvest and conservation of the pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) in the Kikori Region, Papua New Guinea. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra

Eisemberg, C.C., Rose, M., Yaru, B. and Georges, A. 2011. Demonstrating decline of an iconic species under sustained indigenous harvest - the pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) in Papua New Guinea. Biological Conservation 144:2282-2288.

Ezaz, T., O'Meally, D., Young, M., Sarre, S.D., Graves, J.A.M., and Georges, A. 2011. Sex in dragons -- genomics of sex chromosomes in central bearded dragon Pogona vitticeps. 3rd Australian Sex Summit, Country Place Retreat, Yarra Valley, Victoria. November 16-18, 2011:27.

Gates, M., Mow, K.E., Georges, A. and Pinherio-Penna, M. 2011. Connections: Brazil and Australia. SFA Press, Lyneham ACT

Georges, A. 2011. Sex in Dragons: Using NextGen sequencing to probe gene-environment interactions in sex determination. 11th Australasian Microarray and Associated Technologies Conference, Canberra, Australia, October 9-12, 2011. [Invited Presentation].

Georges, A. 2011. Fraser Island: Land of Opportunity. FIDO@40 Fraser Island Conference, Brisbane, Australia, July 29, 2011. [Keynote Address].

Georges, A., Eisemberg, C. and Yaru, B. 2011. Papua New Guinea. Conservation of Asian Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles Workshop: Setting Priorities for the Next Ten Years. Singapore, February 21-24, 2011. [Invited Presentation].

Georges, A., Ezaz, T., O'Meally, D., Holleley, C., Matsubara, K., Zhang X. and Sarre, S.D. 2011. Sex in Dragons-NextGen sequencing and the search for a reptilian sex determining gene. 36th Annual General Meeting of Australian Society of Herpetologists, Paluma, North Queensland, November 8-11, 2011.

Georges, A., Sarre, S.D. and Ezaz, T. 2011. Using NextGen sequencing to probe gene-environment interactions in reptile sex determination. 6th International Conference on Genomics (ICG-VI), Shenzhen, China, November 12-15, 2011. [Invited Presentation].

Georges, A., Spencer, R.J., Welsh, M., Shaffer, H.B., Walsh, R. and Zhang, X. 2011. Application of the precautionary principle to taxa of uncertain status-the case of the Bellinger River Turtle. Endangered Species Research 14:127-134. [pdf]

Georges, A., Zhang, X., Reid, B.N., Le, M. and McCord, W.P. 2011. Phylogeography of an endemic New Guinea freshwater turtle reflects geological events during the Plio-Pleistocene. 36th Annual General Meeting of Australian Society of Herpetologists, Paluma, North Queensland, November 8-11, 2011.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2011. Using next gen sequencing to understand gene-environment interactions in reptile sex determination. 3rd Australian Sex Summit, Country Place Retreat, Yarra Valley, Victoria. November 16-18, 2011:27.

O'Meally, D., Zhang X., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2011. Using next gen sequencing to understand gene-environment interactions in reptile sex determination. Genetics Society of Australasia, University of Melbourne

Pusey, B., Cook, B. and Georges, A. 2011. Amphibians and reptiles. Chp 8 in BJ Pusey (Ed.), Aquatic Biodiversity in Northern Australia: Patterns, threats and future. Charles Darwic University Press: Darwin pp 93-110

Quinn, A.E., Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T., Graves, J.A.M. and Georges, A. 2011. Evolutionary transitions between mechanisms of sex determination in vertebrates. Biology Letters 7:443-448 [pdf]

Reid, B., Le, M., McCord, W., Iverson, J., Georges, A., Bergmann, T., Amato, G., DeSalle, R. and Naro-Maciel, E. 2011. Comparing and combining distance-based and character-based approaches for barcoding turtles. Molecular Ecology Resources 11:956-967.

Roe, J.H., Rees, M. and Georges, A. 2011. Suburbs: Dangers or Drought Refugia for Freshwater Turtle Populations? Journal of Wildlife Management 75:1544-1552. [pdf]

Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T. and Georges, A. 2011. Transitions between sex determining systems in reptiles and amphibians. Annual Review of Genomics and Human Genetics 12:391-406. [pdf]

Thomson, S., Kennett, R., Tucker, A., Fitzsimmons, N.N., Featherston, P., Alacs, E.A. and Georges, A. 2011. Chelodina burrungandjii Thomson, Kennett and Georges 2000 - Sandstone Snake-necked Turtle. Chelonian Conservation Monographs 5, doi:10.3854/crm.5.056.burrungandjii.v1.2011 [pdf]

Wilson-Wilde, L., Norman, J., Robertson, J., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2011. Australian marsupial species identification. Forensic Science International Genetics Supplement Series 3:e543-e544

Young, M., O'Meally, D., Georges, A., Sarre, S.D. and Ezaz, T. 2011. Comparative genomics and evolution of sex chromosomes in Australian dragon lizards. 3rd Australian Sex Summit, Country Place Retreat, Yarra Valley, Victoria. November 16-18, 2011:27.

2010

Alacs, E.A., FitzSimmons, N.N., Robertson, J. and Georges, A. 2010. DNA Detective: A Review of Molecular Approaches to Wildlife Forensics. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology 6:180-194

Doody, J.S., Pauza, M., Stewart, B. and Camacho, C. 2010. Nesting behaviour of the Pig-Nosed Turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, in Australia Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 8:185-191

Ezaz, T., Georges, A., Quinn, A., O'Meally, D., Graves, J.A.M., Gamble, T. and Sarre, S. 2010. Sex in lizards: Multiple transitions and independent evolution of sex chromosomes. Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, 4-8 July, Canberra.

Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D., O'Meally, D., Graves, J.A.M. and Georges, A. 2010. Sex chromosome evolution in lizards: independent origins and rapid transitions. Cytogenetic and Genome Research 127:249-260. [pdf]

Fielder, D.P. 2010. Population ecology, ecophysiology, phylogenetics and taxonomy of the threatened western sawshelled turtle, Myuchelys bellii, from the Murray-Darling Basin of Australia. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra

Georges, A. and Thomson, S. 2010. Diversity of Australasian freshwater turtles, with an annotated synonymy and keys to species. Zootaxa 2496:1-37. [pdf]

Georges, A., Ezaz, T., Quinn, A.E. and Sarre, S.D. 2010. Are reptiles predisposed to temperature-dependent sex determination? Sexual Development 4:7-15

Georges, A., Ezaz, T., Quinn, A.E. and Sarre, S.D. 2010. Are reptiles predisposed to temperature-dependent sex determination? Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, 4-8 July, Canberra.

Kennard, M., Pusey, B., Boyden, J., Burrows, D., Leigh, C., Perna, C., Bayliss, P. and Georges, A. 2010. Compilation of species distribution datasets for use as biodiversity surrogates. Pp. 48-56 in Kennard, M. (2010). Identifying high conservation aquatic ecosystems in northern Australia. Final report for the Department of Environment, Water, Heritage and the Arts and the National Water Commission prepared by Charles Darwin University.

O'Meally, D., Patel, H.R., Stiglec, R., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. and Ezaz, T. 2010. Non-homologous sex chromosomes of birds and snakes share repetitive sequences. Chromosome Research 18:787-800. [pdf]

O'Meally, D., Sarre, S., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. and Ezaz, T. 2010. Snakes and ladders: The evolution of aminiote sex chromosomes. Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, 4-8 July, Canberra.

Quinn, A.E., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D., Graves, J.A.M. and Georges, A. 2010. Extension, single-locus conversion and physical mapping of sex chromosome sequences identify the Z microchromosome and pseudo-autosomal region in a dragon lizard, Pogona vitticeps. Heredity 104:410-417 [pdf]

Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2010. Responses of freshwater turtles to drought: The past, present and implications for future climate change in Australia. Chapter 11:175-190 in Gow, K. (Ed). Meltdown: Climate Change, Natural Disasters and other Catastropes-Fears and Concerns for the Future. Nova Science Publishers, New York.

Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T., Quinn, D., O'Meally, D., Graves, J.A.M., and Georges, A. 2010. Sex determination in reptiles: Evolutionary transitions along the continuum. Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, 4-8 July, Canberra.

Wilson-Wilde, L., Norman, J., Robertson, J., Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2010. Current issues in species identification for forensic science and the validity of using the cytochrome oxidase I (COI) gene. Forensic Science, Medicine and Pathology 6:233-241.

Young, M.J., O'Meally, D., Georges, A., Ward, J. and Ezaz, T. 2010. Understanding genome evolution -- characterising the chromosomes of the dragon lizard Pogona vitticeps (Agamidae). Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, 4-8 July, Canberra.

2009

ABC News [Georges] 2009. Roo Report Not Credible, Flawed ABC News, Nov 6, 2009

Alacs, E.A., Hillyer, M.J., Georges, A., FitzSimmons, N.N. and Hughes, J.M. 2009. Development of microsatellite markers in the Australasian snake-necked turtle Chelodina rugosa, and cross-species amplification Molecular Ecology Resources 9:350-353.

Baggiano, O., Hughes, J., Schmidt, D. and Georges, A. 2009. The importance of flood for the connectivity of freshwater turtle populations in the Moonie catchment in the upper Murray Darling Basin, Queensland, and its effect on their genetic structure. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Bower, D. 2009. Water saving strategies conflict with turtle conservation in the Lower-Murray River. Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Bower, D. 2009. Symposium: Herpetological conservation in wetlands: Wetter and better or dryer and dire? Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Bower, D., Fordham, D.A. and Georges, A. 2009. Freshwater turtles of the Lower-Murray River: Ecological studies for the management of rare and threatened species. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Buhlmann, K.A., Akre, T.S.B., Iverson, J.B., Karapatakis, D., Mittermeier, R.A., Georges, A., Rhodin, A.G.J., van Dijk, P.P. and Gibbons, J.W. 2009. A global analysis of tortoise and freshwater turtle distributions with identification of priority conservation areas. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 8:116-149

Corey, B., Fordham, D.A. and Georges, A. 2009. Optimal conditions for egg storage, incubation and post-hatching growth for Chelodina rugosa: Science in support of an indigenous enterprise. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Corey, B., Fordham, D.A., Georges, A. and Brook, B. 2009. Predation by feral pigs threatens the indigenous harvest and local persistence of snake-necked turtles in northern Australia. Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Doody, J.S. 2009. Superficial lizards in cold climates: Nest site choice along an elevational gradient. Austral Ecology 34:7733-779

Doody, J.S. and Grainer, D. 2009. How Important are Pig-nosed Turtles to Diverse Communities in Australia? Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Doody, J.S., Green, B., Rhind, D., Castellano, C.M., Sims R. and Robinson, T. 2009. Population-level declines in Australian predators caused by an invasive species. Animal conservation 12:46-53

Doody, J.S., Roe, J.H., Mayes, P. and Ishiyama, L. 2009. Telemetry tagging methods for some freshwater reptiles. Marine and Freshwater Research 60:293-298.

Eisemberg, C. 2009. The pig-nosed turtle and grassroots environmental education in Papua New Guinea. Wetlands Carers Forum, Batemans Bay, 16-17 June, 2009

Eisemberg, C.C., Georges, A., and Rose, M. 2009. Misfit, Missionary, Mercenary or Manna from Heaven - Achieving conservation objectives for pig-nosed turtles in the Kikori. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Eisemberg, C.C., Rose, M., Silva, R.F. and Georges, A. 2009. The decline of the Piku empire: Harvest and conservation of the pignosed turtle on the Kikori Delta, Papua New Guinea. Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Ezaz, T., Moritz, B., Waters, P.D., Graves, J.A.M., Georges, A. and Sarre, S.D. 2009. The ZW sex microchromosomes of an Australian dragon lizard share no homology with those of other reptiles or birds. Chromosome Research 17:965-973 [pdf]

Ezaz, T., Quinn, T.E., Sarre, S.D., O'Meally, D., Georges, A., and Graves, J.A.M. 2009. Molecular marker suggests rapid changes of sex-determining mechanisms in Australian dragon lizards. Chromosome Research 17:91-98. [pdf]

Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D., Quinn, A.E., O'Meally, D., Graves, J.A.M. and Georges, A. 2009. Sex in dragons: Evidence of multiple transitions between modes of sex determination. Fifth International Symposium on the Biology of Vertebrate Sex Determination. April 20-24, 2009. Kona, Hawaii:68-69.

Fielder, D., Vernes, K., Alacs, A. and Georges, A. 2009. The Bellinger River Emydura - Conserve or Eradicate? Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Fielder, D., Vernes, K., Alacs, E. and Georges, A. 2009. A phylogeny of Australias threatened sawshelled turtles using mtDNA. Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Fielder, D.P. 2009. Ancient phenotypes revealed through present day species - a morphological comparison of Australia?s threatened sawshelled turtles. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

FitzSimmons, N.N., Tucker, A.D., Alacs, E., Georges, A. and Kuchling, G. 2009. Comparative phylogeography of two freshwater turtles in the Kimberley Plateau, Western Australia. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Fordham, D., Georges, A. and Brook, B. 2009. Experimental evidence for density dependent responses to mortality of snake-necked turtles. Oecologia 159:271-281.

Georges, A. 2009. Comment on the proposed precedence of Chelodina rugosa Ogilby, 1890 (currently Macrochelodina rugosa; Reptilia, Testudines) over Chelodina oblonga Gray, 1841 (Case 3351; see BZN 63: 187-193, 64: 68, 127-128). Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 66:in press.

Georges, A. 2009. Temperature dependent sex determination in reptiles: fact or furphy? Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Georges, A. 2009. Wetlands. What can freshwater turtles tell us about their management and conservation? Wetlands Carers Forum, Batemans Bay, 16-17 June, 2009 [Keynote]

Georges, A. 2009. Kangaroo Cull Tag Allocations (Licence to Cull) for 2009. Assessment of the formula used to determine the number of tags allocated. Advice to the ACT Office of the Commissioner for Sustainability and the Environment prepared by the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, June 2009.

Georges, A. 2009. End we might not like. Canberra Times, Times 2, 13-Apr-09

Georges, A. 2009. Worrying for our wetlands. Canberra Times, Times 2, August 31, 2009.

Georges, A. 2009. Island Sanctuaries Canberra Times, Times 2, May 25, 2009.

Georges, A. 2009. Wildlife Worries Spread Canberra Times, TIMES 2, Monday March 2, 2009.

Georges, A. and Thomson, S. 2009. Diversity of Australasian freshwater turtles, with an annotated synonymy, keys to species and a web-based database of distributional data. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Georges, A., Sarre, S.D. and Ezaz, T. 2009. Reptiles with TSD: Are they inherently resistent to climate change? Fifth International Symposium on the Biology of Sex Determination, April 20-24, 2009, Kona, Hawaii:87-88.

Georges, A., Walsh, R., Spencer, R.J., Welsh, M. and Shaffer, H.B. 2009. The Bellinger River Emydura - Conserve or Eradicate? Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Hare, K.M., Cree, A. and Georges, A. 2009. Symposium: How ecophysiology can support conservation of reptiles. Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Hodges, K. 2009. Coupling genetic data and ecological-niche modeling for turtle conservation. 7th Meeting of the Turtle Survival Alliance, St Louis Missouri, USA. 5-8 August, 2009.

Hodges, K., Georges, A. and Donnellan, S. 2009. Comparative phylogeography of two Australian long-necked turtle species demonstrate how molecular data can answer ecological questions. 7th Meeting of the Turtle Survival Alliance, St Louis Missouri, USA. 5-8 August, 2009.

Hodges, K., Georges, A. and Donnellan, S. 2009. Integrating genetic data and ecological niche models to test alternative phylogeographic hypotheses. Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Hodges, K., Georges, A. and Donnellan, S. 2009. Maps and molecules - comparative phylogeography of Chelodina expansa and Chelodina longicollis. Joint Meeting of the Society for Research on Amphibians and Reptiles in New Zealand and the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Aukland February 20-23, 2009.

Hodges, K., Georges, A. and Donnellan, S. 2009. Maps and molecules - comparative phylogeography of Chelodina expansa and Chelodina longicollis. Minisymposium on the Biology and Conservation of Australasian Freshwater Turtles, Marine Turtle Symposium, Brisbane, Feb 14-19, 2009.

Kennett, R., Roe, J.H., Hodges, K. and Georges, A. 2009. Chelodina longicollis (Shaw 1784): Eastern Long-necked Turtle. Chelonian Research Monographs 5:doi:10.3854/crm.5.031.longicollis.v1.2009.. [pdf]

Miller, C., Kroon, F., Georges, A., Lemckert, F. and Ellis, D. 2009. Review of Environmental Impact Statement [Traveston Crossing Dam, Mary River, SE Queensland]: Response to DEWHA Reviewers Reports. CSIRO Water for a Healthy Country, Technical review services, unpubl. report to Queensland Water Infrastructure Pty Ltd, May 2009.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2009. Sex chromosome repeats: Insights from snakes and birds. Fifth International Symposium on the Biology of Sex Determination, April 20-24, 2009, Kona, Hawaii:P45-46.

Praschag, P. Holloway, R., Georges, A., Packert, M., Hundsdorfer, A.K. and Fritz, U. 2009. A new subspecies of Batagur affinis (Cantor, 1847), one of the world's most critically endangered chelonians (Testudines: Geoemydidae). Zootaxa 2233:57-68

Quinn, A.E., Radder, R.,S., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A., Ezaz, T. and Shine, R. 2009. Isolation and development of a molecular sex marker for Bassiana duperreyi, a lizard with XX/XY sex chromosomes and temperature-induced sex reversal. Molecular Genetics and Genomics 281:665-672

Rees, M., Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2009. Life in the suburbs: behavior and survival of a freshwater turtle in response to drought and urbanization Biological Conservation 142:3172-3181. [pdf]

Roe, J.H., Brinton, A.C. and Georges, A. 2009. Temporal and spatial variation in landscape connectivity for an Australian freshwater turtle in a temporally dynamic wetland system. Ecological Applications 19:1288-1299. [pdf]

Sarre, S.D. and Georges, A. 2009. Genetics in conservation and wildlife management: A revolution since Caughley. Wildlife Research 36:70-80.

Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T., Quinn, A.E., Graves, J.A.M. and Georges, A. 2009. Sex determination in reptiles: Evolutionary transitions along the continuum. Fifth International Symposium on the Biology of Sex Determination, April 20-24, 2009, Kona, Hawaii:93-94.

Skilton [Eisemberg] 2009. Turtle tale tantalizes PNG pupils. Sunday Canberra Times, February 15, 2009.

Skilton [Georges, A.] 2009. Animal Welfare, Conservation Clash Canberra Times, Saturday March 8, 2009.

Thomson, S. and Georges, A. 2009. A new genus for Elseya latisternum and related forms of Australian freshwater turtle (Testudines: Pleurodira: Chelidae). Zootaxa 2053:32-42 [pdf]

2008

Alacs, E.A. 2008. Forensics, phylogeography and population genetics: A case study using the Australasian snake-necked turtle, Chelodina rugosa. PhD Thesis, Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, ACT Australia.

Alacs, E.A., and Georges, A. 2008. Wildlife across our borders: A review of the illegal trade in Australia. Australian Journal of Forensic Science 40:199-212.

Booksbank, J. [Georges] 2008. The Underwater Glider: The Unique Pig-nosed Turtle. Paradise: Inflight with Air Niugini. 2008:34-36.

Bower, D., Fordham, D., Hutchinson, M. and Georges, A. 2008. Broad-shelled turtles (Chelodina expansa) in the lower Murray - ecological studies for management of a rare and cryptic carnivore. Sixth World Congress for Herpetology, Manaus, Brasil. August 17-22, 2008.

Corey, B. and Fordham, D. 2008. Collaborative research demonstrates that turtle harvest in the Manigrida region is sustainable. Kantri Laif: News for North Australian Land and Sea Managers. Issue 4, August 2008, pp 34.

Eisemberg, C. 2008. Piku in Trouble: Indigenous communities in PNG work with Oil Search to conserve the pig-nosed turtle. Kantri Laif: News for North Australian Land and Sea Managers. Issue 4, August 2008, pp 7.

Eisemberg, C.C. 2008. Amazônia-Austrália-Papua: Semelhanças e diferenças entre as regiões do hemisfério Sul. Simposio da Pos-Graduacao em Meio Ambiente da Universidade Federa do Amapa

Eisemberg, C.C. 2008. Amazônia-Austrália-Papua: Semelhanças e diferenças entre as regiões do hemisfério Sul. Seminar delivered to IEPA (Institute for Science and Technological Research), Macapa, Brasil. August 14, 2008.

Eisemberg, C.C., Georges, A. and Rose, M. 2008. Piku in trouble: Conservation of the pig-nosed turtle in the Kikori Delta, Papua New Guinea. Sixth World Congress for Herpetology, Manaus, Brasil. August 17-22, 2008.

Eisemberg, C.C., Perini, F.A. and Georges, A. 2008. The Adventures of Piggy on the Kikori River. Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra ACT 2601 [ISBN 978 0 646 50191 8].

Ezaz, T., O'Meally, D., Quinn, A.E., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2008. A simple non-invasive protocol to establish primary cell lines from tail and toe explants for cytogenetic studies in Australian dragon lizards (Squamata: Agamidae). Cytotechnology 58:135-139 [pdf]

Ezaz, T., Quinn, A., Sarre, S., Georges, A., O'Meally, D., Graves, J.A.M. 2008. ZooFISH reveals homologous sex chromosomes among GSD and TSD Australian dragons. 55th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, Adelaide, Australia. 7-10 July, 2008.

Fordham, D., Georges, A. and Brook, B.W. 2008. Indigenous harvest, exotic pig predation and local persistence of a long-lived vertebrate: managing a tropical freshwater turtle for sustainability and conservation. Journal of Applied Ecology 45:52-62.

Furlan, C. [Georges] 2008. Sema viabiliza visita cientВЎfica em Reserva BiolВўgica Reserva BiolВўgica de Parazinho (criada desde1985), est sob a responsabilidade da Sema-AP [SEMA hosts a scientific visit to the Parazinho Biological Reserve] Governo do Estado do Amapa, 8-Aug-08.

Georges, A. 2008. Sex as a threshold trait: revisiting traditional paradigms on the evolution of sex determination in reptiles. 2nd Australian Sex Summit. Flowerdale Estate, Victoria, Australia. December 3-5, 2008.

Georges, A. 2008. Overview of turtle research and conservation projects conducted through the University of Canberra. Seminar delivered to IEPA (Institute for Science and Technological Research), Macapa, Brasil. August 14, 2008.

Georges, A. 2008. Sex as a threshold trait: Overturning traditional paradigms on evolution and modes of sex determination in reptiles. Seminar presented at CSIRO Entomology, Black Mountain, Canberra. 11-Sep-08

Georges, A. and Merrin, L. 2008. Freshwater Turtles of Tropical Australia: Compilation of distributional data. Report to the CERF Tropical Rivers and Coastal Knowledge (TRACK) Project, Charles Darwin University. January 2008.

Georges, A., Alacs, E.,Pauza, M. Kinginapi, F., Ona, A. and Eisemberg, C. 2008. Freshwater turtles of the Kikori Drainage, Papua New Guinea, with special reference to the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta. Wildlife Research 35:700-711.

Georges, A., Doody, J.S., Eisemberg, C., Alacs, E.A. and Rose, M. 2008. Carettochelys insculpta Ramsay 1886: Pig-nosed Turtle, Fly River Turtle. Chelonian Research Monographs 5:9.1-9.17 [doi:103854/crm.5.009.insculpta.v1.2008] [pdf]

Georges, A., Eisemberg, C. and Bauer, L. 2008. In search of Keheko Elseya novaeguineae. REPTILIA Magazine, Barcelona, Spain 57: 59-63.

Georges, A., Hone, L.J., and Norris, R.H. 2008. Applied Ecology. Pp. 227-232 in S.E. Jorgensen and B.D. Fath (Eds). <em>Encyclopedia of Ecology</em>, Volume 1, 1st Edition. Oxford: Elsevier.

Georges, A., Maher, W. and Norris, R.H. 2008. Expert scientific review of documents into an alleged pollution incident of Lake Kutubu, Southern Highlands, Papua New Guinea. Report commissioned by WWF-Australia, Canberra, February 2008.

Georges, A., Quinn, A.E., Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T.E., and Graves, J.A.M. 2008. Sex as a threshold trait: Overturning traditional paradigms on evolution and modes of sex determination in reptiles. Sixth World Congress for Herpetology, Manaus, Brasil. August 17-22, 2008.

Martinez, P. A., Ezaz, T., Valenzuela, N., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2008. An XX/XY heteromorphic sex chromosome system in the Australian chelid turtle Emydura macquarii : A new piece in the puzzle of sex chromosome evolution in turtles. Chromosome Research 16:815-825.

Martinez, P.A. Ezaz, T. Valenzuela, N., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2008. A novel sex chromosome system in the Australian chelid turtle Emydura macquarii, a new piece in the ever increasing complexity of sex chromosome evolution. Joint Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles and the Herpetologists League, Montreal, Canada. July 23-28, 2008.

Martinez, P.A., Ezaz, T., Valenzuela, N., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2008. Sex chromosomes in the Australian chelid turtle Emydura macquarii. Annual Joint Meeting of the Society for the Study of Evolution, and the Society of Systematic Biologists, Minneapolis, Minnesota. June 20-24, 2008.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. 2008. Tuatara DMRT1: duplication or separation? Poster Session, Lorne Genome Conference, Lorne, Australia

Quinn, A.E. 2008. Evolution of Sex Determining Mechanisms in Reptiles. PhD Thesis, Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, Canberra ACT 2616 Australia.

Radder, R.S., Quinn, A.E., Georges, A., Sarre, S.D. and Shine, R. 2008. Genetic evidence for the co-occurrence of chromosomal and thermal sex determining systems in a lizard. Biology Letters 4:176-178

Rees, M. 2008. Impacts of Urbanisation on the Eastern Long-Necked Turtle Chelodina longicollis (Testudines: Chelidae) Honours Thesis, University of Canberra [pdf]

Roe, J.H. 2008. Chelodina longicollis (Eastern Long-necked Turtle). Drinking Behavior. Herpetoligical Review 39:212-213. [pdf]

Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2008. Terrestrial activity, movements, and spatial ecology of an Australian freshwater turtle, Chelodina longicollis in a temporally dynamic wetland system. Austral Ecology 33:1045-1056. [pdf]

Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2008. Maintenance of variable responses for coping with wetland drying in freshwater turtles. Ecology 89:485-494. [pdf]

Roe, J.H., Georges, A. and Green, B. 2008. Energy and water flux during terrestrial estivation and overland movement in a freshwater turtle. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 81:570-583. [pdf]

Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T.E., Quinn, A.E., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2008. Sex in dragons: Comparative genomics and the molecular basis of genetic and environmental sex determination. Sixth World Congress for Herpetology, Manaus, Brasil. August 17-22, 2008.

Sarre, S.D., Ezaz, T.E., Quinn, A.E., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2008. Sex in dragons: Comparative genomics and the molecular basis of sex determination Sixth World Congress of Herpetology, Manaus, Brazil. August 17-22.

Sarre, S.D., Georges, A., Quinn, A., Ezaz, T., Graves, J.A.M. 2008. Sex determination in reptiles: the temperature-genetic continuum. Lorne Genome Conference, Lorne, Australia (invited speaker)

2007

Alacs, E., Janzen, F.J., Scribner, K.T. 2007. Genetic Issues in Freshwater Turtle and Tortoise Conservation. Chelonian Research Monographs 4:107-123

Alacs, E.A., Georges, A. and Fitzsimmons, N.N. 2007. DNA registers for monitoring trade of turtles. Conservation Biology Symposium. Evolution 2007. Christchurch, New Zealand, June 16-20, 2007.

Beeby, R. (Georges) 2007. How long have our turtles got? Turtles under seige as the drought bites. Canberra Times, Times2 Supplement, Monday 29th January 2007:1,4-5.

Bower, D. 2007. Take them with a pinch of salt: Comparative tolerance of freshwater turtles to increase in ambient salinity. 33rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Albany 2007, Camp Quaranup, WA.

Carpenter, C. [Georges] 2007. Roo Move to cost $3600 a head Canberra Times, August 3, 2007.

Corey, B., Fordham, D. A. and Georges, A. 2007. Optimal conditions for egg storage, incubation and post-hatching growth for the freshwater turtle, Chelodina rugosa: Science in support of an indigenous enterprise. 33rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Albany 2007, Camp Quaranup, WA.

Corey, B., Fordham, D. and Georges, A. 2007. Optimal conditions for rearing Chelodina rugosa Chelodina rugosa eggs and hatchlings: Science in support of an indigenous enterprise. Proceedings of the Australian Society for Herpetologists Conference, Albany WA, 4-7 December 2007.

Doody, J.S., Sims, R.A. and Letnic, M. 2007. Environmental manipulation to avoid a unique predator: Drinking hole excavation in the Agile Wallaby, Macropus agilis Ethology 113:128-136.

Eisemberg, C. 2007. Protecting Pig-nosed Turtles. PNG Weekender, November 2007.

Ezaz, T., Quinn, A. Sarre,S., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. 2007. Sex microchromosomes in Australian Dragon Lizards. 54th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, Sydney, Australia. 27th-29th June 2007.

Ezaz, T., Quinn, A.E., Sarre, S., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2007. Sex microchromosomes in Australian dragon lizards. Comparative Genomics Workshop, Sydney, June 26-27, 2007.

Farley, S., Farrington, L., Fitzsimmons, N.N, Georges, A. and Thomson, S. 2007. Conservation genetics: Burnett, Mary, and Fitzroy River Catchments. Appendix 1:137-142 in Hamann, M., Schauble, C.S., Limpus, D.J., Emerick, S.P. and Limpus, C.J. <em>Management plan for the conservation of Elseya sp. [Burnett River] in the Burnett River Catchment</em>. Queensland Government, Environmental Protection

Fordham, D. A. 2007. Population regulation in snake-necked turtles in northern tropical Australia: modelling turtle population dynamics in support of Aboriginal harvests. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra

Fordham, D., Georges, A. and Brook, B.W. 2007. Demographic response of snake-necked turtles correlates with indigenous harvest and feral pig predation in tropical northern Australia. Journal of Animal Ecology 76:1231-1243.

Fordham, D., Georges, A. and Brook, B.W. 2007. Indigenous harvest, exotic pig predation and local persistence of a long-lived vertebrate. Fenner Conference on the Environment: Wildlife Population Dynamics and Management. Academy of Science, Canberra. December 2-5, 2007.

Fordham, D., Georges, A. and Corey, B. 2007. Optimal conditions for egg storage, incubation and post-hatching growth for the freshwater turtle, Chelodina rugosa: Science in support of an indigenous enterprise. Aquaculture 270:105-114.

Georges, A. 2007. From molecules to landscapes: genealogical concordance and defining bioregions. Fenner Conference on the Environment: Wildlife Population Dynamics and Management. Academy of Science, Canberra. December 2-5, 2007.

Georges, A. 2007. Pig-nosed Turtle (Carettochelys insculpta) Reptiles Magazine, July 2007.

Georges, A. 2007. Global Climate Change, A Biologists Perspective. Presentation to Oil Search Pty Ltd on World Environment Day, Sydney 5-Jun-07.

Georges, A. and Alacs, E.A. 2007. The Pig-nosed Turtle in the Kikori: Options for Research to Support Conservation and Management. Report to Oilsearch Pty Ltd, Sydney, by the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra. February 2007.

Georges, A., Alacs, E.A. and Kinginapi, F. 2007. Freshwater turtles of the Kikori (with special reference to the pig-nosed turtle). Report to Oilsearch Pty Ltd, Sydney and World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF), by the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra. January 2007.

Georges, A., Walsh, R., Spencer, R.J., Welsh, M. and Shaffer, HB. 2007. The Bellinger Emydura. Challenges for Management. Report to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney, by the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra. July 2007.

Hodges, K. 2007. Comparative phylogeography of two long-necked turtle species in the Murray-Darling basin: How genetics can answer ecological questions. 54th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, Sydney, Australia. 27th-29th June 2007.

Hodges, K., Donnellan, S., Georges, A. and Hutchinson, M. 2007. Comparative phylogeography of long-necked turtles in the Murray-Darling Basin. 33rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Albany 2007, Camp Quaranup, WA.

McGaugh, S.E., Alacs, A.A., Edwards, S.V., Feldman, C.R.,Georges, A., Sites, J.W. and Valenzuela, N. 2007. From molecules to organisms: Research applications of modern genetic tools for turtle biology and conservation. Chelonian Research Monographs 4:47-72.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2007. Evolution of sex chromosomes in snakes. Comparative Genomics Mini-symposium, 54th Annual Conference of the Genetics Society of Australasia, Sydney, Australia. 27th-29th June 2007.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre, S., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2007. Evolution of sex chromosomes in snakes. Comparative Genomics Workshop, Sydney, June 26-27, 2007.

O'Meally, D., Ezaz, T., Sarre,S., Georges, A., and Graves, J.A.M. 2007. Are sequences conserved between sex chromosomes of birds and Snakes? 28th Lorne Genome Conference, 11th-15th February 2007, Erksine Mantra Resrot, Lorne, Victoria, Australia.

Quinn, A.E. 2007. How is the gender of some reptiles determined by temperature? Scientific American, June 2007.

Quinn, A.E., Georges, A., Sarre, S.D., Guarino, F., Ezaz, T., and Graves, J.A.M. 2007. Temperature sex reversal implies sex gene dosage in a reptile. Science 316:411, plus supplement. [pdf]

Quinn, A.E., Georges, A., Sarre, S.D., Guarino, F., Ezaz, T., and Graves, J.A.M. 2007. Sex in dragons: Evolution of sex determining mechanisms in reptiles. Evolution of Sex Symposium. Evolution 2007. Christchurch, New Zealand, June 16-20, 2007.

Roe, J.H. 2007. The terrestrial ecology of a freshwater turtle, Chelodina longicollis, in Booderee National Park, Australia. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra [pdf]

Roe, J.H. and Georges, A. 2007. Heterogeneous wetland complexes, buffer zones and travel corridors: Landscape management for freshwater reptiles. Biological Conservation 135:67-76. [pdf]

Shaffer, H.B., FitzSimmons, N.N., Georges, A. and Rhodin, A. (Eds). 2007. Advances in Turtle Genetics and Systematics. Proceedings of a Workshop on Genetics, Ethics, and Taxonomy of Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises. Cambridge, Massachusetts, 8-12 August 2005. Chelonian Research Monographs 4.

Shaffer, H.B., Fitzsimmons, N.N., Georges, A. and Rhodin, A. (Eds). 2007. Defining Turtle Diversity: Proceedings of a Workshop on Genetics, Ethics, and Taxonomy of Freshwater Turtles and Tortoises. Executive Summary. Chelonian Research Monographs 4:13-14.

Spencer, R-J., Georges, A., and Welsh, M. 2007. The Bellinger Emydura. Ecology, Population Status and Management. Report to NSW National Parks and Wildlife Service, Sydney, by the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra. July 2007. [pdf]

2006

Abramyan, J., Shaffer, H.B. and Georges, A. 2006. Phylogeography and genetic variation in the genus Emydura. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Alacs, E., Georges, A., FitzSimmons, N., Dethmers, K. 2006. Wildlife Forensics and Trade Monitoring in Turtles. 18th International Symposium on the Forensic Sciences. 2-7 April, 2006:157.

Bower, D. 2006. Chelodina expansa - Rare and endangered or cryptic and secure? Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Corey, B. and Doody, J.S. 2006. Ecology and conservation of carpet pythons (Morelia spilota) in semi-arid rural landscapes of western NSW. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Doody, J. S., B. Green, D. Rhind, and R. Sims. 2006. Initial impacts of invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) on predatory lizards and crocodiles. In: Molloy, K.L. and Henderson, W.R. (Eds). Science of Cane Toad Invasion and Control. Proceedings of the Invasive Animals CRC/CSIRO/Qld NRM&W Cane Toad Workshop, June 2006, Brisbane. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra:33-41.

Doody, J.S. and Freedberg, S. 2006. A review of communal nesting in reptiles and amphibians. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Doody, J.S., Green, B., Sims, R., Rhind, D., West, P. and Steer, D. 2006. Indirect impacts of invasive cane toads (Bufo marinus) on nest survival of Pig-nosed Turtles (Carettochelys insculpta). Wildlife Research 33:349-354.

Doody, J.S., Guarino, F., Georges, A., Corey, B., Murray, G. and Ewert, M.W. 2006. Nest site choice compensates for climate effects on sex ratios in a lizard with environmental sex determination. Evolutionary Ecology 20:307-330.

Doody, J.S., Osborne, W., Bourne, D. Rennie, B. and Sims, R.A. 2006. Vertebrate Biodiversity on Australian rice farms. An inventory of species, variation among farms, and proximate factors that explain that variation. RIRDC Publication No WO5/198. Project No UCA-6A. ISBN 1 74151 261 1 ISSN 1440-6845

Doody, J.S., Osborne, W., Bourne, D., Rennie, B. and Sims, R.A. 2006. Vertebrate biodiversity on Australian rice farms. An inventory of species, variation among farms, and proximate factors explaining that variation. Report to the Rural Industries Development Corporation (RIRDC), September 2004.

Doody, S. 2006. Sex allocation: Digression from or key to explaining environmental sex determination in reptiles. First Woolongong Workshop on Evolutionary Ecology: Sex Allocation in Reptiles. Woolongong University, April 1-2, 2006.

Doody, S., Guarino, E., Harlow, P., Corey, B. and Murray, G. 2006. Quantifying nest site choice in reptiles using hemispherical photography and gap light analysis. Herpetological Review 37:49-52

Ezaz, T., Quinn, A. Sarre,S., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. 2006. Sex in dragons: where boys can be girls. Molecular Genetics and Evolution Seminar series, Research School of Biological Sciences, The Australian National University, October 18, 2006.

Ezaz, T., Quinn, A., Sarre, S., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. 2006. Sex determination in Australian agamid lizards: a tale of sex microchromosomes Fourth international symposium on the vertebrate sex determination, Kona, Hawaii, April 10-14, 2006.

Ezaz, T., Valenzuela, N., GrГјtzner, F., Miura, I., Burke, R., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2006. An XX/XY sex micro-chromosome system in a freshwater turtle, Chelodina longicollis (Testudines: Chelidae) with genotypic sex determination Chromosome Research 14:139-150.

Fordham, D., Georges, A. and Corey, B. 2006. Compensation for inundation-induced embryonic diapause in a freshwater turtle: Achieving predictability in the face of environmental stochasticity. Functional Ecology 20:670-677.

Fordham, D., Georges, A., Corey, B. and Brook, B. 2006. Feral pig predation threatens the indigenous harvest and local persistence of snake-necked turtles in northern Australia. Australasian Ecological Society, Wellington, 28-August-1-September-2006.

Fordham, D., Georges, A., Corey, B. and Brook, B.W. 2006. Feral pig predation threatens the indigenous harvest and local persistence of snake-necked turtles in northern Australia. Biological Conservation 133:379-388.

Georges, A. 2006. Temperature dependent sex determination and sex allocation in reptiles. First Woolongong Workshop on Evolutionary Ecology: Sex Allocation in Reptiles. Woolongong University, April 1-2, 2006.

Georges, A. and Thomson,, S. 2006. Evolution and Zoogeography of Australian Freshwater Turtles. In: Merrick, J.R., Archer, M., Hickey, G. and Lee, M.S.Y. (eds). Evolution and Biogeography of Australasian Vertebrates. AUSCIPUB (Australian Scientific Publishing) Pty Ltd, Sydney. ISBN 0 9757790 0 1.

Georges, A., Fordham, D. and Alacs, E. 2006. Science in support of Aboriginal harvest of snake-necked turtles as part of an indigenous industry. Powdermill Freshwater Turtle Meeting, Southwestern Research Station, Portal, Arizona. 1-3 September 2006.

Georges, A., Guarino, F. and Bito, B. 2006. Freshwater turtles of the TransFly Region of Papua New Guinea - Notes on diversity, distribution, reproduction, harvest and trade. Wildlife Research 33:373-384.

Georges, A., Guarino, F. and White, M. 2006. Sex ratio variation across populations of a turtle species with genotypic sex determination. Wildlife Research 33:475-480

Guarino, F. 2006. Habitat selection by the lace monitor, Varanus varius. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Hodges, K. 2006. Population genetic structure of freshwater turtles in the Lower Murray. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Kingsford R.T., Georges, A. and Unmack, P.J. 2006. Vertebrates of desert rivers: meeting the challenges of temporal and spatial unpredictability. Pp. 154-200 <em>in</em> Kingsford, R.T. (Ed). Ecology of Desert Rivers. Cambridge University Press, ISBN-10: 0521818257.

Murray, G., Doody, J.S., Guarino, F., Georges, A., Pezaro, N., Steer, D. and Corey, B. 2006. Too chilly for willies: the effects of climate on offspring sex ratios of a TSD species Physignathus lesueurii. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Pezaro, N., Doody, J.S. and Georges, A. 2006. Testing for sex allocation in the water dragon, Physignathus lesueurii, a species with temperature-dependent sex determination. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Roe, J.H., Brinton, A.C. and Georges,A. 2006. The secret terrestrial life of an Australian freshwater turtle, Chelodina longicollis. Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Steer, D. and Doody, J.S. 2006. Living on the Edge: the foraging games played out between agile wallabies (Macropus agilis) and saltwater crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) Proceedings of the Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Healsville, Vic. 18-21 April, 2006.

Thomson, S., Georges, A. and Limpus, C.L. 2006. A new species of freshwater turtle in the genus Elseya (Testudines: Chelidae) from central coastal Queensland, Australia. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 5:74-86.

Thomson, S.A. 2006. Case 3351: Chelodina rugosa Ogilby, 1890 (currently Macrochelodina rugosa; Reptilia, Testudines): proposed precedence over Chelodina oblonga Gray, 1841. Bulletin of Zoological Nomenclature 63:187-193.

2005

Alacs, E. 2005. Monitoring trade in the northern long-necked turtle, Chelodina rugosa: a phylogenetic approach. Joint meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, the Society for Research on Reptiles and Amphibians in New Zealand and the Fijian Society of Herpetologists, Springsbrook, Queensland 7-11 February, 2005:10.

Alacs, E. 2005. Wildlife Forensics and Trade Monitoring using Phylogenetic Approaches. Genetics Society of AustralAsia. Auckland, New Zealand. 19-23 June, 2005.

Davies, C., Doody, J.S., Green, B., Georges, A. and Steer, D. 2005. Basking at night during the cold tropical winter: Thermoregulation is important for pig-nosed turtles. Joint meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, the Society for Research on Reptiles and Amphibians in New Zealand and the Fijian Society of Herpetologists, Springsbrook, Queensland 7-11 February, 2005:17.

Doody, J.E. and Welsh, M. 2005. First glimpses into the ecology of the red-faced turtle, Emydura victoriae, in tropical Australia. Herpetofauna 35:11-14

Doody, J.S., Guarino, F. and Georges, A. 2005. Testing for among-generation variation adjustment to offspring sex ratios: Clinal variation in sex determining attributes in the water dragon, Physignathus lesuerii. 5th World Congress for Herpetology, Stellenboch, South Africa 19-24 June 2005. Pp 41.

Doody, J.S., Guarino, F. and Georges, A. 2005. Testing for among-generation adjustment to offspring sex ratios: Clinal variation in sex-determining attributes in the water dragon Physignathus lesuerii. Joint meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, the Society for Research on Reptiles and Amphibians in New Zealand and the Fijian Society of Herpetologists, Springsbrook, Queensland 7-11 February, 2005:19.

Ezaz, T., Quinn, A.E., Miura, I., Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2005. The dragon lizard Pogona vitticeps has ZZ/ZW micro-sex chromosomes. Chromosome Research 13:763-776. [pdf]

Georges, A. 2005. Sex determination and sex allocation: Bridging the gap. 5th World Congress for Herpetology, Stellenboch, South Africa 19-24 June 2005. Pp 47.

Georges, A. 2005. TSD in Reptiles. How the physical and the physiological conspire to defeat global warming. Seminar delivered to UFZ Leipzig, 28-Jul-2005; Adelaide University, 28-May-2005.

Georges, A. 2005. The Okavango Delta: Africa at its Best Seminar presented to the Canberra Field Naturalists, October 6, 2005.

Georges, A. 2005. Turtles of the TransFly: Trekking through New Guinea Seminar presented to the Canberra Herpetological Society, October 12, 2005.

Georges, A. and Guarino, F. 2005. Key to the Freshwater Turtles of the TransFly Region of Papua New Guinea Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, Australia

Georges, A., Beggs, K., Young, J.E. and Doody, J.S. 2005. Modelling reptilian development under fluctuating temperature regimes. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78:18-30. [pdf]

Georges, A., Guarino, F. and Bito, B. 2005. Freshwater Turtles of the TransFly Report to the Suki/Aramba Wildlife Management Committee, Serki, Western Province, Papua New Guinea by the Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra. October 2005. 31 pp. plus 2 attachments.

Georges, A., Sarre, S., Quinn, A., Guarino, F. and Ezaz, T. 2005. Are reptiles predisposed to temperature-dependent sex determination? Joint meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, the Society for Research on Reptiles and Amphibians in New Zealand and the Fijian Society of Herpetologists Pp. 21.

Guarino, F., Georges, A. and White, M. 2005. Does security matter: Ecology of an arid zone river turtle, Emydura macquarii emmotti. 5th World Congress for Herpetology, Stellenboch, South Africa 19-24 June 2005. Pp 50.

Holloway, R. H. P. 2005. Ecology of the River Terrapin in Sre Ambel, Cambodia Regional Workshop on the Research and Conservation of the River Terrapin, September 2004, Terengganu, Malaysia

Raadik, T.A. 2005. Dorrigo Plateau: A biodiversity hot-spot for galaxiids. Fishes of Sahul. Journal of the Australia New Guinea Fishes Association 19:98-107.

Roe, J.H. 2005. Are roads taking their toll on aquatic reptiles? Joint meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, the Society for Research on Reptiles and Amphibians in New Zealand and the Fijian Society of Herpetologists, Springsbrook, Queensland 7-11 February p. 45.

Sarre, S.D., Georges, A., Quinn, A., Ezaz, T. and Guarino, E. 2005. Girls will be boys and boys will be girls: Investigating the TSD-GSD continuum in reptiles. 5th World Congress for Herpetology, Stellenboch, South Africa 19-24 June 2005. Pp 90.

Stiglec, R., Tsend-Ayush, E., GrВЃtzner, F., Ezaz, T., Gaeth, A., Sarre, S., Georges, A. and Graves. J.A.M. 2005. DMRT1 in the tiger snake. International Molecular Biology and Evolution 2005/ Genetics Society of Australia, June 20-23, 2005 Auckland, NZ.

Trembath, D. F. and Freier, D. 2005. Accidental ingestion of barbecue scraps leads to death of a varanid in the northern territory. Herpetofauna 35: 48-49.

Trembath, D.F. 2005. Demographic consequences of superabundance of Emydura krefftii (Testudines: Chelidae) in the Ross River, Townsville. Joint meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, the Society for Research on Reptiles and Amphibians in New Zealand and the Fijian Society of Herpetologists, Springsbrook, Queensland 7-11 February, 2005:52.

Trembath, D.F. 2005. The comparative ecology of Kreffts River Turtle Emydura krefftii in Tropical North Queensland. Masters Thesis, University of Canberra, August 1991.

Trembath, D.F. and Rowley, J. 2005. An observation of the foraging behaviour of the black whip snake Demansia vestigiata (Serpentes: Elapidae): Succesful predation of a frog Limnodynastes ornatus (Anura: Myobatrachidae) buried underground Herpetofauna. 35: 114-115.

Valenzuela, N., Ezaz, T., Burke, R., Gruetzner, R., Georges, A. and Graves, J.A.M. 2005. Identification of sex chromosomes in Chelodina longicollis: Karyotype revisited. World Congress of herpetology, Stellenbosch, South Africa June 20-25, 2005.

2004

Doody, J.S., Georges, A. and Young J.E. 2004. Determinants of reproductive success and offpring sex in a turtle with environmental sex determination. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, London, 80:1-16.

Doody, J.S., W. Osborne, and D. Bourne 2004. Reconciling farming with wildlife: vertebrate biodiversity in the rice-growing Riverina. IREC Farmers Newsletter, Research and Development Special. (In press).

Ezaz, T., Quinn, A. Sarre,S., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. 2004. Sex in Dragons: the molecular basis of genetic and environmental sex determination First Australian Sex Summit, Flowerdale, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia, July 14-16, 2004.

Fordham, D., Hall, R. and Georges, A. 2004. Aboriginal harvest of long-necked turtles in Arnhem Land Australia Turtle and Tortoise Newsletter 7:20-21

Georges, A., Doody, J.S., Beggs, K. and Young J.E. 2004. Thermal models of TSD under laboratory and field conditions. Pp. 79-89 in Valenzuela, N. and Lance, V. (Eds). Temperature dependent sex determination in reptiles. Smithsonian Institute, Washington. [pdf]

Georges, A., Doody, J.S., Beggs, K. and Young, J.E. 2004. TSD in reptiles: how the physical and physiological can conspire to defeat global climate change. Pp. 44 in Scientific Program and Abstracts, Third International Conference of Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

Georges, A., FitzSimmons, N.N., Farrington, L. and Farley, S. 2004. Conservation Genetics of Elseya sp. from the Mary, Burnett and Fitzroy catchments of Queensland. Interim report to Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service.

Holloway, R. H. P. 2004. Conservation Biology of the River Terrapin in Cambodia International Congress of Zoology, Beijing, China

Holloway, R. H. P. and Heng Sovannara 2004. Conservation of the River Terrapin, Batagur baska (Gray, 1831) in Cambodia. p276 in Proceedings of the XIXth International Congress of Zoology. August 23-27, 2004.

Holloway, R. and H. Sovannara 2004. Geographic Distribution: Batagur baska. Herpetological Review. 35:284.

Sarre, S., Georges, A. and Quinn, A. 2004. The ends of a continuum: Genetic and temperature-dependent sex determination in reptiles. Bioessays 26:639-645.

Stiglec, R., Tsend-Ayush, E., GrВЃtzner, F., Ezaz, T., Gaeth, A., Sarre. S., Georges, A., Graves, J.A.M. 2004. Sex chromosomes and DMRT1 in the tiger snake. Genetics Society of Australia, Melbourne July 11-14, 2004.

Trembath, D., Freier, D. and Elliott, J. 2004. Sexual-size dimorphism in Emydura krefftii (Testudines: Chelidae) from Ross River, Townsville, Australia. Herpetological Review 35: 31-34.

Young, J.E., Georges, A., Doody J.S., West P.B. and Alderman R.L. 2004. Pivotal range and thermosensitive period of the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta (Testudines: Carettochelydidae) from northern Australia. Canadian Journal of Zoology 82:1251-1257.

2003

Alacs, E. 2003. Molecular Markers in long-necked turtles: phylogeography, gene flow and applications to wildlife forensics. Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Mary River NP, Darwin, Australia. 3-7 December, 2003.

Doody, J.S. and W. Osborne. 2003. Animal ways in rice bays: a year spent with vertebrates on rice farms. IREC Farmers Newsletter Rice Research and Development Special. 162:55-57

Doody, J.S., Georges, A. and Young, J.E. 2003. Twice every second year reproduction in the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, in the wet-dry tropics of Australia. Journal of Zoology, London 259:179-188. [pdf]

Doody, J.S., Sims, R. and Georges, A. 2003. Gregarious behaviour does not dilute predation risk in pig-nosed turtles. Copeia 2003:894-898.

Doody, J.S., West, P. and Georges, A. 2003. Beach selection in nesting pig-nosed turtles, Carettochelys insculpta. Journal of Herpetology 37:178-182

Doody, J.S., West, P., Stapley, J., Welsh, M., Tucker, A., Guarino, E., Pauza, M., Bishop, N., Head, M., Dennis, S., West, G., Pepper, A. and A. Jones. 2003. Fauna by-catch in pipeline trenches: Conservation, animal ethics, and current practises in Australia. Australian Zoologist 32:410-419.

Fordham, D., Georges, A., Campion, O., Brian, C. and Hall, R. 2003. Aboriginal harvest of the northern snake-necked turtle: modelling population dynamics in support of a sustainable indigenous industry. 3rd International Wildlife Management Congress, Christchurch, 1-5 December 2003.

Georges, A. 2003. Biodiversity of Australasian freshwater turtles. Powdermill V. Manaus, Brazil. 1-2 July, 2003.

Georges, A. 2003. Delights of Tiputini, Ecuador Seminar presented to the ACT Herpetological Association, March 2003.

Georges, A. et al. 2003. The January 2003 ACT Fires: Priorities for Research to Inform Management. Outcomes of a Workshop held at the University of Canberra, Friday October 31, 2003, on behalf of the ACT Natural Resource Management Committee.

Georges, A., Arthington, A.A. and Horwitz, P. 2003. Special Issue: Freshwater Biodiversity in Australia Aquatic Ecosystem Health and Management 6:3-4.

Georges, A., Guarino, E., Webster, I., Jolly, P. and Thoms, M. 2003. Modelling the impact of flow regulation on a flagship species, the pig-nosed turtle. Joint Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists American Elasmobranch Society, Herpetologists League, and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Manaus, Brazil. 26 June to 2 July, 2003.

Holloway, R. H. P. 2003. Domestic trade of tortoises and freshwater turtles in Cambodia. Chelonian Biology and Conservation 4:733-734.

Holloway, R. H. P. 2003. Natural History Notes on the River Terrapin Batagur baska (Gray, 1831) in Cambodia. Research Fellowship Report to the Wildlife Conservation Society

Sarre, S.D., Georges, A. and Quinn, A. 2003. The Evolution of Sex Determining Mechanisms in Reptiles. International Congress of Genetics, Melbourne.

2002

Doody, J.S. 2002. Backbones in flooded zones: on-farm biodiversity in the rice-growing Riverina. IREC Farmers Newsletter Rice Research and Development Special. 159:57-58.

Doody, J.S. 2002. The ecology and sex determination of the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, in the wet-dry tropics of Australia. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra [pdf]

Doody, J.S., Young, J.E. and Georges, A. 2002. Sex differences in activity and movements in the Pig-Nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, in the wet-dry tropics of Australia. Copeia. 2002:93-103

Doody, S. Simms, R.A. and Georges, A. 2002. Use of thermal springs for aquatic basking by the Pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Birragai, ACT, 11-15 July 2002.

Doody, S. and Sims, R. 2002. Patterns of predation in pig-nosed turtles. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Birragai, ACT, 11-15 July 2002.

Georges, A. and Cottingham, P. 2002. Biodiversity in Inland Waters: Priorities for its Protection and Management. Recommendations from the 2001 Fenner Conference on the Environment. CRC for Freshwater Ecology, March 2002. Technical Report 1/2002.

Georges, A., Adams, M. and McCord, W.P. 2002. Electrophoretic delineation of species boundaries within the genus Chelodina (Testudines: Chelidae) of Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 134:401-21.

Georges, A., Beggs, K., Doody, S. and Young, J. 2002. How the physical and the phyiological can conspire to defeat global climate change. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Birragai, ACT, 11-15 July 2002.

Georges, A., Cottingham, P. and Hilliard, C. 2002. Freshwater-dependent biodiversity. Murray-Darling Basin. Setting the Vision. World Wildlife Fund, Australia, 2002.

Georges, A., Guarino, E., Webster, I., Thoms, M. and Jolly, I. 2002. Modelling the impact of water resource development on a flagship species, the pig-nosed turtle. 15th Scientific Meeting of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society, December 1-3, Camden, 2002.

Georges, A., Webster, I., Guarino, E., Thoms, M., Jolley, P. and Doody, J.S. 2002. National River Health Program: Modelling dry season flows and predicting the impact of water extraction on a flagship species. Report No. ID 23045, National Heritage Trust via the Department of Lands, Planning and Environment, NT.

Goodsell, T. 2002. Freshwater turtles in wet and dry waterholes: Tracking metapopulation patterns of the Cooper Creek turtle with microstatellites. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Birragai, ACT, 11-15 July 2002.

Goodsell, T.L. 2002. Gene flow in highly variable environments: Population structure of an Australian freshwater turtle, Emydura macquarii>. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Guarino, F. 2002. Spatial ecology of a large carnivorous lizard, Varanus varius (Squamata: Varanidae). Journal of Zoology 258:449-57.

Guarino, F., Georges, A. and Green, B. 2002. Variation in energy metabolism and water flux of free-ranging male lace monitors, Varanus varius (Squmata: Varanidae). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 75:294-304

McCord, W.P. and Thomson, S.A. 2002. A new species of Chelodina (Testudines: Pleurodira: Chelidae) from Northern Australia. Journal of Herpetology. 36:255-67.

Quinn, A. 2002. Sex-specific DNA not found in Sphenodon, a reptile with TSD. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Birragai, ACT, 11-15 July 2002.

Raadik, T.A. and Kuiter, R.H. 2002. Kosciuszko Galaxias: A story of confusion and imminent peril. Journal of the Australia New Guinea Fishes Association 16: 830-835

Rennie, B., Doody, S., Georges, A. and Osborne, W. 2002. Movement patterns, habitat utilization and diet of the eastern Long-Necked turtle, Chelodina longicollis, in rice agro-ecosystems of NSW. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Birragai, ACT, 11-15 July 2002.

Sarre, S., Georges, A. and Quinn, A. 2002. Mechanisms of sex determination in reptiles: are they unstable. 29th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists. Birragai, ACT, 11-15 July 2002.

White, M. 2002. The Cooper Creek turtle persisting under pressure: A study in arid Australia. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992. [pdf]

2001

Cann, J. and Georges, A. 2001. A new look at the freshwater tortoises of Australia. Pp. 38-46 in Ettling, J. and Becker W. (Eds). Proceedings of the 24th International Herpetological Symposium on Captive Propogation and Husbandry. Audubon Park and Zoological Gardens, New Orleans. July 19-22, 2000.

Doody, J.S., Georges, A., Young, J.E., Pauza, M.D., Pepper, A.L., Alderman, R.L. and Welsh, M.A. 2001. Embryonic aestivation and emergence behaviour in the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta. Canadian Journal of Zoology 79:1062-1072

Doody, J.S., Sims, R.A. and Georges, A. 2001. Use of localized thermal springs to elevate body temperatures by the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 4:81-87

Doody, S., Georges, A. and Young, J. 2001. The ecology and behaviour of pig-nosed turtles in the NT: Challenges of the wet-dry tropics. Australian Society of Herpetologists, Inc., Gum Leaves, Tasmania, 9-12 February

Foulkes, J. 2001. The ecology and management of the common brushtail possum Trichosurus vulpecula in Central Australia. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra

Georges, A. and Horwitz, P. 2001. Biodiversity Conservation in Freshwaters. Summary Address. Fenner Conference on the Environment, Canberra, July 5-7, 2001.

Georges, A., Adams, M. and McCord, W. 2001. Electrophoretic delineation of species boundries within the genus Chelodina (Testudines: Chelidae) of Australia, New Guinea and Indonesia. Australian Society of Herpetologists, Inc., Gum Leaves, Tasmania, 9 -12 February

Georges, A., Shaffer, H.B., Adams, M., Thomson, S. and Storz, B. 2001. Phylogeography of Australian Freshwater Turtles. Biodiversity Conservation in Freshwaters. Same Landscape, Different Perspective. Fenner Conference on the Environment, Canberra, July 5-7, 2001.

Iverson, J.B., Thomson, S.A. and Georges, A. 2001. Validity of taxonomic changes for turtles proposed by Wells and Wellington Journal of Herpetology. 35:361-368

Judge, D. 2001. The ecology of the polytypic freshwater turtle species, Emydura macquarii macquarii. Masters Thesis, University of Canberra, August 1991.

Raadik, T.A. 2001. When is a mountain galaxias not a mountain galaxias? Journal of the Australia New Guinea Fishes Association 15:785-789

Sarre, S.D., FitzSimmons, N. and Georges, A. 2001. Molecular Ecology and Wildlife Management CSIRO Division of Sustainable Management, Canberra.

2000

Beggs, K., Young, J., Georges, A. and West, P. 2000. Ageing the eggs and nests of the pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta from northern Australia. Canadian Journal of Zoology 78:373-392.

Cottingham, P., Georges, A., Briscoe, D., Butcher, R., Cullen, P., Deere, D., Harris, J., Hughes, J., Knowles, M., Lake, S., Lanertz, K., Paul, A., Reed, J., Williams, S. and Yates, D. 2000. Managing Biodiversity in the Sydney Water Supply Catchments. Proceedings of a Workshop, Warragamba Conference Centre, NSW. 12th & 13th October 2000. Technical Report 9/2000, CRC for Freshwater Ecology, December 2000.

Doody, J.S. 2000. Do development equivalents produce phenotypic equivalents? A test of the comparative influences of constant and fluctuating incubation temperatures on phenotypes of hatchling turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 3:529-531

Doody, J.S. 2000. The territory intriguing turtle Australian Geographic. 58:22-23.

Doody, J.S. 2000. Opening days for fauna-friendly right-of-ways: Fauna receive royal treatment. Pipeliner Magazine, 103:68-70

Doody, J.S. and Georges, A. 2000. A novel technique for gathering turtle nesting and emergence phenology data. Herpetological Review 31:220-222

Doody, J.S., Georges, A. and Young, J.E. 2000. Monitoring plan for the pig-nosed turtle in the Daly River, Northern Territory Unpublished report to the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Noerthern Territory, Darwin. June 2000.

Foulkes, J. N. 2000. A model for the decline of the Common Brushtail Possum (Trichosurus vulpecula) in central Australia Australian Mammal Society Conference, 12-14 April 2000, Alice Springs

Foulkes, J. N., and Gillen, J. S. 2000. A Biological Survey of the Murray Mallee, South Australia Department for Environment and Heritage, Adelaide:368

Foulkes, J.N., and Canty, P. 2000. Distibution and habitat description of the Ampurta (Dasycercus hillieri) in the Simpson Desert. Australian Mammal Society Conference, 12-14 April 2000, Alice Springs

Georges, A. 2000. Threatened Australian freshwater turtles: summary of available ecological information and distributions Unpublished report to Environment Australia, Canberra. June 2000.

Georges, A., Doody, J.S., Young, J. and Cann, J. 2000. The Australian Pig-nosed turtle (Carettochelys insculpta). CRC for Freshwater Ecology, University of Canberra.

Judge, D. 2000. The Sydney Short-neck Turtle (Emydura macquarii macquarii) in the Nepean River. Report to the Hawkesbury-Nepean Catchment Management Trust, April 2000.

Thomson S.A. 2000. On the identification of the holotype of Chelodina oblonga (Testudinata: Chelidae) with a discussion of the taxonomic implications. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3:745-749.

Thomson, S., Kennett, R. and Georges, A. 2000. A new species of long necked turtle (Chelidae:Chelodina) from the sandstone plateau of Arnhem Land, Northern Australia. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3:675-685 [pdf]

Thomson, S.A. 2000. A revision of the fossil chelid turtles (Pleurodira) described by C.W. De Vis (1897). Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 45:593-598

Young, J.E., Georges, A., Doody J.S. and West, P. 2000. Management plan for the Pig-nosed Turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, in the Northern Territory Unpublished report to the Parks and Wildlife Commission of the Noerthern Territory, Darwin. June 2000.

1999

Allanson, M. and Georges, A. 1999. Diet of a sibling species pair of freshwater turtles, Elseya purvisi and Elseya georgesi (Testudinata: chelidae), from eastern Australia. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 3:473-476.

Doody, J.S. and Georges, A. 1999. The ecology of sex determination of pignose turtles, Carettochelys insculpta, in tropical Australia. Pp. 92-93 in Joint Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists American Elasmobranch Society, Herpetologists League, and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Pennsylvania State University.

Doody, J.S., Georges, A. and Young, J.E. 1999. Reproductive biology of the pignose turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, in Australia: Why lay two clutches every other year rather than one clutch each year? Pp. 93 in Joint Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists American Elasmobranch Society, Herpetologists League, and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Pennsylvania State University.

Fortescue M. 1999. The marine and terrestrial ecology of a northern population of the Little Penguin, Eudyptula minor, from Bowen Island, Jervis Bay. PhD Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra

Georges, A. 1999. The pig-nosed turtle: caught between a rock and a hard place. Powdermill IV. Laughlin, Nevada, Aug 13-16, 1999.

Guarino, F. 1999. Ecology and ecophysiology of the lace monitor (Varanus varius) in a temperate environment. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Shaffer, H.B., Storz, B.L., Georges, A. and Starkey, D. 1999. Pleistocene glaciation, population substructure, and genetic differentiation in long-generatio time vertebrates: a case study in eastern Australian turtles. Evolution 99, Madison, Wisconsin, USA. Society for the Study of Evolution, the American Society of Naturalists and the Society of Systematic Biologists, 22-26 June 1999.

Thomson S.A. and Mackness B.S. 1999. Fossil turtles from the early pliocene bluff downs local fauna, with a description of a new species of Elseya Transactions of the Royal Society of South Australia 123:101-105

Thomson, S. 1999. The turtles of Australia and New guinea: the great Pleurodiran radiation Invited talk, DGHT Annual General Meeting, Dresden, Germany, 22-26 September, 1999.

Welsh M. 1999. Resource partitioning among the freshwater turtles of the Daly river, Northern Territory. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

West P.B. 1999. Variation in the distribution and habitat utilisation of rabbits, Oryctolagus cuniculus, in central-western NEW South Wales. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Young, J.E., West, P.B., Georges, A., Doody, J.S. and Alderman, R.L. 1999. Thermosensitive period of Carettochelys insculpta from the Northern Territory, Australia. Pp. 239 in Joint Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, American Elasmobranch Society, Herpetologists League, and the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles, Pennsylvania State University. State College, Pennsylva

1998

Beggs, K. and Georges, A. 1998. Melding they physical and the physiological: Do temperature differences with soil depth cause developmental asynchrony in turtle nests? Australian Society of Herpetologists, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 February.

Beggs, K.E. 1998. Embryonic development of the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta, under constant and fluctuating temperature regimes. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Doody, J.S. and Georges, A. 1998. Ecology and conservation implications of pignose turtles in the Daly River, Northern Territory. 11th Annual Conference Australasian Wildlife Management Society, University of Queensland, Gatton, 1-3 December, 1998.

Doody, J.S. and Georges, A. 1998. Are pig-nosed turtles manipulating offspring sex? Australian Society of Herpetologists, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 February.

Georges, A. and McInnes, S. 1998. Temperature fails to influence hatchling sex in another genus and species of chelid turtle, Elusor macrurus. Journal of Herpetology 32:596-598.

Georges, A., Birrell, J., Saint, K., McCord, W.P. and Donnellan, S. 1998. A phylogeny for side-necked turtles (Chelonia: Pleurodira) based on mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequence variation. Biological Journal of the Linnean Society, London 67:213-246.

Georges, A., Birrell, J., Saint, K.M., McCord, W. and Donnellan, S.C. 1998. A phylogeny for the pleurodira based on mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequence variation. Australian Society of Herpetologists, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 February.

Jones, S. 1998. Making management decisions without size: a cautionary tale of the pink-tailed legless lizard, Aprasia parapuchella. 11th Annual Conference Australasian Wildlife Management Society, University of Queensland, Gatton, 1-3 December, 1998.

Jones, S. 1998. Population ecology of the threatened pink tailed legless lizard, Aprasia parapulchella. Australian Society of Herpetologists, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 February.

Judge, D.K. 1998. The current status of the Sydney short-necked turtle (Emydura macquarii) in the Nepean River. Australian Society of Herpetologists, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 February.

Meek, P.D. 1998. The Biology of the European red fox and the free roaming dog on Bherwerre Peninsula, Jervis Bay. Masters Thesis, University of Canberra, August 1991.

Podreka, S., Georges, A., Maher, W.A. and Limpus, C.J. 1998. The environmental contaminant DDE fails to influence the outcome of sexual differentiation in the marine turtle Chelonia mydas. Environmental Health Perspectives 106:185-188.

Seddon, J.M., Baverstock, P.R. and Georges, A. 1998. The rate of mitochondrial 12S rRNA gene evolution is similar in freshwater turtles and marsupials. Journal of Molecular Evolution 46:460-464.

Thomson, S.A. and Georges, A. 1998. Homoplasic morphology of long-necked piscivorous turtles. Australian Society of Herpetologists, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 February.

Young, J.E., Doody, J.S., Georges, A. and Taylor, R. 1998. Home range and movements of the pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta in the wet-dry tropics of northern Australia. Australian Society of Herpetologists, Yungaburra, Queensland, Australia, 5-8 February.

1997

Barratt, D.G. 1997. Predation by house cats, Felis catus in Canberra, Australia. Prey composition and preference. Wildlife Research 24:263-277.

Doody, J.S. and Taylor, R. 1997. A note on the foraging behaviour of Dendrolaphis punctulatus in the Northern Territory. Herpetofauna. 27:55-56.

Georges, A. 1997. Modelling incubation period and constant temperature equivalence for reptile embryos incubated under fluctuating temperature regimes. Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Wellington Mills, WA, 22-25 September, 1999 pp 94-95

Georges, A. 1997. Modelling incubation period and constant temperature equivalence for reptile embryos incubated under fluctuating temperature regimes. Proceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, University of Washington, Seattle. 26 June-2 July. Pp:139.

Georges, A. 1997. Population dynamics of Australian freshwater turtles: Past, present and future research. Proceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, University of Washington, Seattle. 26 June-2 July. Pp:138.

Georges, A. 1997. An Introduction to Statistical Computing with SAS. NSW Fisheries Research Institute. [plus 1 repeat].

Georges, A. 1997. Summary address. National Threatened Frog Workshop, University of Canberra, 12-13 November 1997.

Georges, A. and McElhinney, N. 1997. Digital drainage maps of Australia and New Guinea for use with SAS mapping procedures. Occasional papers in Applied Ecology (University of Canberra) No. 9, 26pp. ISSN: 1328-1186 ISBN: 0-85889-648-6

Jones, S. 1997. Resource partitioning of rocky habitat within a grassland reptile community. Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Wellington Mills, WA, 22-25 September, 1996. Pp:97.

Kearney, R., Georges, A. and Hone, J. 1997. Review of the Dugong: Action Plan for its Conservation in Australia. A report commissioned by Queensland Commercial Fisheries Organisation.

Mak, A. and Georges, A. 1997. Benefits of self-paced learning modules for teaching quantitiative methods in environmental science. International Journal of Science Education 19:835-848.

Robinson, W. 1997. Ant communities in the grasslands of the Australian Capital Territory and the role of ants in the ecology of the pink-tailed legless lizard, Aprasia parapulchella. Masters Thesis, University of Canberra, August 1991.

Seddon, J.M., Georges, A., Baverstock, P.R. and McCord, W. 1997. Phylogenetic relationships of chelid turtles (Pleurodira: Chelidae) based on mitochondrial 12S rRNA gene sequence variation. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution 7:55-61.

Thomson, S. and Georges, A. 1997. Internal morphological variation of the carapacial elements among species within the turtle genus Elseya (Pleurodira: Chelidae). Third World Congress of Herpetology 2-10 August, Prague, Czech Republic. pp 208

Thomson, S., Adams, M., Sedden, J. and Georges, A. 1997. The western Australian turtle Chelodina oblonga (Testudines: Chelidae) and its phylogenetic placement within the genus Chelodina. Proceedings of the 77th Annual Meeting of American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, University of Washington, Seattle. 26 June-2 July. Pp:290.

Thomson, S., White, A. and Georges, A. 1997. Re-evaluation of Emydura lavarackorum: Identification of a living fossil. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 42:327-336.

Thomson, S., White, A., Adams, M. and Georges, A. 1997. A synthesis of diverse disciplines: How Elseya lavarackorum, the Gulf Snapping Turtle (Testudines: Chelidae), was identified as a living fossil. Proceedings of the 24th Conference of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Wellington Mills, WA, 22-25 September, 1996. Pp:112.

1996

Doody, J.S. 1996. The effect of incubation temperature on performance of hatchling turtles: phenotypic response to fluctuatng vs. constant temperatures. Proceedings of the 76th Annual Meeting of the American Society of Ichthyologists and Herpetologists, University of New Orleans, 13-19 June 1996, p 126

Doody, J.S. 1996. Summers with softshells. Bulletin of the Chicago Herpetological Society. 31:132-133.

Fortescue, M.E. 1996. Biology of the Little Penguin Eudyptula minor on Bowen Island and other Australian colonies. Pp. 364-394 in Dann, P., Norman, I. and Reilly, P. (eds) The Penguins. Ecology and Management. Surrey Beatty, Chipping North, Sydney

Fortescue, M.E. 1996. Breeding success and foraging patterns of the Little Penguin Eudyptula minor on the east coast of Australia. Pp. 16-17 proceedings of the Third Interantional Penguin Conference, Capetown, South Africa, 2-6 September 1996. African Seabird Group

Fortescue, M.E. 1996. Temporal and spatial variation in breeding success of the Little Penguin Eudyptula minor on the east coast of Australia. Presented at the Annual Conference of the Royal Australian Ornitholoical Union, Wollongong University, 25 May 1996

Georges, A. 1996. Modelling incubation period and constant temperature equivalence for reptile embryos incubated under fluctuating temperature regimes Australian Society of Herpetologists, Wellington Mills, WA, 22-25 September, 1996

Georges, A. 1996. Modelling incubation period and constant temperature equivalence for reptile embryos incubated under fluctuating temperature regimes. Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society, University of Canberra, 3-5 December 1996, pp:26-27.

Georges, A. and Adams, M. 1996. Electrophoretic delineation of species boundaries within the short-necked chelid turtles of Australia. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society, London 118:241-260.

Graham, T., Georges, A. and McElhinney, N. 1996. Terrestrial migration by the eastern long-necked turtle, Chelodina longicollis from Australia. Journal of Herpetology 30:467-477. [pdf]

Jones, S. 1996. Resource partitioning of rocky habitat within a grassland reptile community. Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society, University of Canberra, 3-5 December 1996, pp:29.

Jones, S. 1996. When is absence an absence? Using probability of non-detection to determine true absences of the threatened pink-tailed legless lizard, Aprasia parapulchella. Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society, University of Canberra, 3-5 December, pp 35

Kennett, R. 1996. Nhaltjan nguli miwatj yolngu djaka miyapunuwu: Sea turtle conservation and the Yolngu people of north east Arnhem Land, Australia. Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society, University of Canberra, 3-5 December, pp 42

Kennett, R.M. 1996. Sea turtle research and management and the Yolngu people of north east Arnhem Land. 16th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Conservation and Biology, Hilton Head, South Carolina, USA, February 1996

Kennett, R.M. 1996. Science turns to Aboriginal knowledge to save endangered turtles. On the Brink! The Newsletter of the Endangered Species Progran, Australian Nature Conservation Agency, Canberra

Kennett, R.M., Munungurritj, N. and Yunupingu, D. 1996. An overview of the Dhimurru Land Management Aboriginal Corporation and the Miyapunu Project. Indigenous Land Corporation, Land Management Workshop, Mirrambeena Resort, Darwin, August 13-14, 1996

Podreka, S., Georges, A. and Maher, W. 1996. The environmental contaminant DDE fails to influence the outcome of sexual differentiation in the marine turtle Chelonia mydas. Proceedings of the 9th Meeting of the Australasian Wildlife Management Society, University of Canberra, 3-5 December, pp:65.

Thomson, S. and Georges, A. 1996. Neural bones in chelid turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 2:82-86.

Thomson, S.A. 1996. Field keys to the turtles of the Northern Territory. Applied Ecology Research Group, University of Canberra. pp 24

Thomson, S.A., Littlejohn, M.J., Robinson, W.A. and Osborne, W.S. 1996. Taxonomy of the Litoria aurea comples: A re-evaluation of the Southern Tableland populations of the ACT and NSW. In: Pyke, G.H. and Osborne, W.S. (eds). Biology and Conservation of the Green and Golden Bell Frog (Litoria aurea). Australian Zoologist 30:158-169.

1995

Barratt, D. 1995. Ecological impacts of domestic cats in the ACT suggested from predation and movement data. Pp. 182-187 in Proceedings of the 10th Australian Vertebrate Pest Control Conference, Hobart, Tasmania, 29 May-2 June 1995

Barratt, D.G. 1995. Predation and movement by house-based domestic cats (Felis catus L.) in suburban and rural habitats: preliminary findings. Pp:181-187 in Bennett, A., Backhouse, G. and Clark, T. (eds). People and Nature Conservation. Perspectives on private land use and endangered species recovery. Beatty and Sons, Sydney.

Barratt, D.G. 1995. Movement patterns and prey habits of house cats <i>Felis catus</i> (L.) in Canberra, Australia. Master of Applied Science Thesis, University of Canberra.

Cho, G, Georges, A, Stoutjesdijk, R with Longmore, R (eds.) 1995. Jervis Bay: A Place of Cultural, Scientific and Educational Value, Applied Ecology Research Group, University of Canberra and Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. 245 pp., ISBN 0 642 16830X ISSN 1036 8949.

Cho, G., Georges, A., Worboys, G. Jacoby, C. and Stoutjesdijk, R. 1995. Conservation management and the future. Pp. 179-188, in Cho, G., Stoutjesdijk, R. and Georges, A. (eds) Jervis Bay: A Cultural, Scientific, and Educational Resource. Kowari 5.

Georges, A. and Kennett, R. 1995. Conservation of Australian freshwater turtles: An overview. 2nd International Conference for Chelonian Conservation, Gonafaron, France. July, 1995

Graham, T., Georges, A. and McElhinney, N. 1995. Terrestrial navigation by the eastern long-necked turtle, Chelodina longicillis (Reptilia: Testudines: Chelidae) from Australia. 23rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Laurel Hill, NSW, 9-12 February 1995. Pp:81

Graham, T., Georges, A. and McElhinney, N. 1995. Terrestrial navigation by the eastern long-necked turtle, Chelodina longicillis (Reptilia: Testudines: Chelidae) from Australia. 38th Annual Meeting of the Society for the Study of Amphibians and Reptiles. North Carolina, USA, 8-13 August, 1995

Hone, J. and Georges, A. 1995. Experimental design and Wildlife Managment: Evaluation of funding proposals and reports. For the Australian Nature Conservation Agency, Canberra. June, 1995

Jones, S. 1995. Ant specialisation by the pygopodid Aprasia parapulchella. Ecological Society of Australia. Open Forum and Symposium Conference, Hobart, 27-29 September. Pp:48.

Kennett, R. and Georges, A. 1995. The Eastern Long-necked Turtle: Dispersal is the key to survival. Pp. 104-106 in Cho, G., Georges, A. and Stoujesdijk, R. (Eds) (1995). Jervis Bay: A place of cultural, scientific and educational value. Australian Nature Conservation Agency, Canberra.

Kilgour, S. 1995. Water balance and energy metabolism of the eastern long-necked turtle (Chelodina longicollis) during terrestrial migration and aestivation. 23rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Laurel Hill, NSW. February 9-12, 1995.

Kilgour, S. 1995. Water and energy relations of the eastern long-necked turtle Chelodina longicollis Shaw (Testudinata: chelidae) during terrestrial migration at Jervis Bay. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Meek, P. and Nazer, C. 1995. Vertebrate pests and weeds. Pp. 115-122 in Cho, G., Georges, A, & Stoutjesdijk, R. (eds). Jervis Bay: A Cultural, Scientific and Educational Resource. Kowari 5.

Meek, P.D., Jenkins, D.J., Morris, B., Ardler, A.J. and Hawksby, R.J. 1995. Use of two humane leg-hold traps for catching pest species. Wildlife Research 22:733-739.

Nunan, D. 1995. Trophic ecology of the nationally vulnerable striped legless lizard Delma impar within the Australian Capital Territory. 23rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Laurel Hill, NSW. February 9-12, 1995.

Nunan, D. 1995. Diet and feeding ecology of the striped legless lizard Delma impar (Fischer, 1882) within the Australian Capital Territory. Unpublished report to the ACT Parks and Conservation Service, Canberra, July 1995.

Nunan, D. 1995. Trophic ecology of the striped legless lizard Delmar impar (Fischer, 1882) within the Australian Capital Territory. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Podreka, S. 1995. Pesticide residues and sex determination in embryonic gree sea turtles: an honours proposal. 23rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Laurel Hill, NSW. February 9-12, 1995.

Robinson, W. 1995. Dietary preferences of Aprasia parapulchella in laboratory feeding experiments. 23rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Laurel Hill, NSW. February 9-12, 1995.

Robinson, W. 1995. Choosing the right home: an importANT decision. Ecological Society of Australia. Open Forum and Symposium Conference, Hobart, 27-29 September. Pp:64.

Thomson, S. and Georges, A. 1995. Neural bones in Australian turtles. Proc. 23rd Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Laurel Hill, NSW. February 9-12, 1995.

Thomson, S. and Georges, A. 1995. A new genus of Australian chelid turtle and the relationships of the short-necked taxa. Proceedings of the 5th Conference on Australian Vertebrate Evolution, Paleontology and Systematics. National Science and Technology Centre, Canberra. April 18-20

Williams, D.G., Osborne, W., Georges, A. and Holloway, S. 1995. Principles and strategic options for the conservation of native grasslands and their threatened fauna in Gungahlin, A.C.T. Report to the ACT Planning Authority, Canberra. June 1995. 88 pp.

1994

Baverstock, P., Johnson, A., Georges, A. and Donnellan, S. 1994. Evolutionary divergence in the 12S ribosomal RNA gene in four Gondwanic groups: A test of the molecular clock hypothesis. Second World Congress for Herpetology, Adelaide, January 1994.

Fortescue, M.E. 1994. Biology of the Little Penguin Eudyptula minor on Bowen Island and at other Australian colonies: a case for scientific reference reserves. In: Penguins of the World. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping North, NSW.

Georges, A. 1994. Setting conservation priorities for Australian freshwater turtles. In: Lunney, D. and Ayers, D. Herpetology in Australia: A diverse discipline. Trans. Roy. Soc. NSW. Surrey Beatty and Sons, Chipping North.

Georges, A. 1994. The influence of fluctuating temperatures on hatchling sex ratios: a model and proposed test. Pp. 156-162 in James, R. (Ed.). Proceedings of the Australian Marine Turtle Conservation Workshop, Gold Coast, 14-17 November, 1990. Australian Nature Conservation Agency, Canberra.

Georges, A. 1994. Turtles of Gondwanaland. 1994 National Reptile Breeders Expo, Orlando, USA, 12-14 August, 1994

Georges, A. and Adams, M. 1994. Electrophoretic determination of species boundaries among the shortnecked chelid turtles of Australia. Joint Meeting of the Herpetologists League and the Society for the study of Reptiles and Amphibians, University of Georgia, September 1994

Georges, A., Limpus, C.J. and Stoutjesdijk, R. 1994. Proportion of development at a temperature, not daily duration of exposure, determines sex in the marine turtle Caretta caretta. Journal of Experimental Zoology 270:432-444. [pdf]

Hone, J. and Georges, A. 1994. Experimental Design in Wildlife Management: Assessing Proposals and Reports. Bureau of Resource Sciences, Canberra, November 14-15, 1994.

Jones, S. 1994. When is an absence an absence? Abundance of Aprasia parapulchella in the grassland of the ACT. Second World Congress of Herpetology, Adelaide January 1994.

Meek, P.D. 1994. A survey of pet owners in Jevis Bay Territory. Report to Department of Environment, Sport and Territories, Canberra.

Meek, P.D. 1994. Management of companion animals in Jervis Bay Territory. Report to Department of Environment, Sport and Territories, Canberra.

Nunan, D.L. 1994. Trophic ecology of the nationally vulnerable striped legless lizard Delma impar within the Australian Capital Territory. Workshop on Temperate Grasslands Research in the ACT: Current Research and Future Priorities 30 August 1994.

Sarre, S., Dearn, J. and Georges, A. 1994. The application of fluctuating asymmetry in the monitoring of wildlife populations. Pacific Conservation Biology 1:118-122.

1993

Barratt, D. and Hall-Martin, A.J. 1993. Impact of elephants (Loxodonta africana) on sub-tropical thicket vegetation in south-east South Africa. Poster presentation for the Sixth International Theriological Congress, University of New South Wales, Sydney, 4-10 July 1993.

Barratt, D.G. 1993. Cat management in our suburbs and beyond. Australian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Melbourne, December 6-10 1993.

Cho, G., Georges, A., Stoutjesdijk, R. and Orford, S. 1993. Jervis Bay: Conservation, Management and the Future. HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay, February 11-14, 1993.

Druhan, J. 1993. Evaluation of the Frequency-of-Capture, Petersen and three non-parametric techniques for estimating population size from capture-recapture data. Statistics in Ecology and Environmental Monitoring Conference, Dunedin, New Zealand, 13th-17th December 1993.

Druhan, J. 1993. Evaluation of the Frequency-of-Capture, Petersen and three non-parametric techniques for estimating population size from capture-recapture data. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Georges, A. 1993. Jervis Bay: So many plans, so where is the action? Opening talk, Jervis Bay: Conservation, Management and the Future. HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay, February 11-14, 1993.

Georges, A. and Rose, M. 1993. Conservation biology of the pig-nosed turtle, Carettochelys insculpta. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 1:1-12.

Georges, A. and Wombey, J. 1993. Family Carettochelyidae. Pp. 153-156 in Godsell, J. (ed). Fauna of Australia, Volume 2: Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves. Australian Biological Resources Study, DASETT, Canberra.

Georges, A., Limpus, C.J. and Parmenter, C.J. 1993. Natural History. Pp. 120-128 in Godsell, J. (ed). Fauna of Australia, Volume 2: Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves. Australian Biological Resources Study, DASETT, Canberra.

Jones, S. 1993. Abundance and habitat relationships of an endangered reptile: Aprasia parapulchella. Ecological Society of Australia, Open Forum and Symposium, Canberra, 26 Sep-1 Oct 1993.

Jones, S.R. 1993. Habitat survey for the endangered pink-tailed legless lizard, Aprasia parapulchella in the Lower Molonglo Valley, ACT. Report to ACT Electricity and Water (ACTEW), Services Division, Canberra.

Kennett, R., Georges, A. and Palmer-Allen, M. 1993. Early developmental arrest during immersion of eggs of a tropical freshwater turtle, Chelodina rugosa (Testudinata: Chelidae), from northern Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 41:37-45. [pdf]

Legler, J.M. and Georges, A. 1993. Biogeography and Phylogeny. Pp. 129-138 in Godsell, J. (ed). Fauna of Australia, Volume 2: Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves. Australian Biological Resources Study, DASETT, Canberra.

Legler, J.M. and Georges, A. 1993. Chelidae. Pp. 142-152 in Godsell, J. (ed). Fauna of Australia, Volume 2: Amphibia, Reptilia, Aves. Australian Biological Resources Study, DASETT, Canberra.

Meek, P. and Nazer, C. 1993. Vertebrate invaders and plant pests. Jervis Bay: Conservation, Management and the Future Workshop. HMAS Creswell, Jervis Bay, February 11-14, 1993.

Norris, R.H. and Georges, A. 1993. Analysis and interpretation of benthic surveys. In: Resh, V.H. and Rosenberg, D.M., Biomonitoring and Freshwater Benthic Invertebrates. Chapman and Hall, N.Y.

Olsen, J. and Georges, A. 1993. Do peregrine falcon fledglings reach independence during peak abundance of their main prey? Journal of Raptor Research 27:149-153.

1992

Barratt, D.G., and Hall-Martin, A.J. 1992. The feeding behaviour and impact of elephants (Loxodonta africana) on sub-tropical thicket vegetation in Addo Elephant National Park, South Africa. 5th Annual Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Brisbane 2-4 December.

Burke, M. 1992. Impact of cyclone disturbance on invertebrate abundance and diversity in mangrove communities. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Fortescue, M 1992. Breeding biology and management of the Little Penguin, Eudyptula minor (Forster, 1780), on Bowen Island, Jervis Bay. Report to the ACT Parks and Conservation Service, Canberra, April 1992.

Fortescue, M.E. 1992. Management of Little Penguin Eudyptula minor nesting habitat. Corella 16:137-154.

Fortescue, M.E. 1992. Management of Little Penguin Eudyptula minor nesting habitat. Second International Penguin Conference, Cowes, Phillip Island, Australia. 24-28 August 1992.

Foulkes, J.N. and Kerle, J.A. 1992. Definition of the preferred habitats of the Brushtailed Possum in central Australia. Australian Mammal Society Conference, University of Melbourne, July, 1992.

Georges, A. 1992. Thermal characteristics and sex determination in field nests of the pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta (Chelonia: Carettochelydidae) from northern Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 40:511-521.

Georges, A. and Adams, M. 1992. A phylogeny for Australian chelid turtles based on allozyme electrophoresis. Australian Journal of Zoology 40:453-476.

Georges, A. and Limpus, C. 1992. Sex determination under fluctuating temperature regimes in the marine turtle Caretta caretta. The Ninth Meeting of Comparative Physiologists, Sydney 4-6th December, 1992.

Georges, A. and Robinson, G. 1992. An introduction to statistical computing using SAS. A three day short-course for the NSW Water Resources Commission, July 1992.

Georges, A. and Robinson, G. 1992. An Introduction to Statistical Computing using SAS. A three-day workshop organized for staff of the New South Wales Department of Water Resources. Parramatta, NSW, June 17-19, 1992

Georges, A. and Thomas, K. 1992. Statistical computing using SAS. A three day short-course for the Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory, July 1992.

Hone, J., Williams, D., Osborne, W., Georges, A., and Stoutjesdijk, R. 1992. Wildlife Survey Techniques for Ecological Assessment. Report to ACT Planning Authority, Canberra.

Jones, S. 1992. Habitat relationships, diet and abundance of the endangered pygopodid, Aprasia parapulchella in the Australian Capital Territory and surrounding New South Wales. Australian Society of Herpetologists Conference, Sydney 6-9 th December, 1992.

Jones, S. 1992. Abundance and habitat relationships of the legless lizard Aprasia parapulchella. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Kennett, R.M., Georges, A., Thomas, K. and Georges, T.C. 1992. Distribution of the long-necked freshwater turtle Chelodina novaeguineae and information on its ecology. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 32:179-182. [pdf]

Morton, C. M. 1992. Diets of three species of tree-rat, Mesembriomys gouldii (Gray), M. macrurus (Peters) and Conilurus penicillatus (Gould) from the Mitchell Plateau, Western Australia. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Sharp, S., Williams, D. and Georges, A. 1992. Conservation strategies for remnant woodlands in the A.C.T. Report commissioned by the ACT Interim Planning Authority, Canberra. April 1992. 47 pp

1991

Barratt, D.G. and Hall-Martin, A.J. 1991. The effect of indigenous browsers on valley bushveld in the Addo Elephant National Park. Proceedings of the First Valley Bushveld/Subtropical Thicket Symposium: Special Publication of the Grassland Society of Southern Africa.

Beynon, F. 1991. Comparisons of oxygen consumption and developmental rates in the eggs of Chelodina rugosa and Chelodina longicollis. 21st Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Armidale, November, 1991

Beynon, F. 1991. Comparative rates of oxygen consumption and development in the eggs of two species of turtle in the genus Chelodina. 4th Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Dubbo, 27-29 November, 1991.

Beynon, F. 1991. Comparative rates of oxygen consumption and development in two species of turtle. Honours Thesis, Applied Ecology, University of Canberra, January 1992.

Fortescue, M. 1991. Breeding biology and management of the Little Penguin, Eudyptula minor, on Bowen Island, Jervis Bay. 2nd International Penguin Conference, Cowes, Phillip Island, Victoria.

Fortescue, M. 1991. Breeding biology and management of the Little Penguin, Eudyptula minor (Forster, 1780), on Bowen Island, Jervis Bay. Masters Thesis, University of Canberra, August 1991.

Foulkes, J.N. and Kerle, J.A. 1991. Feasibility study for the reintroduction of the brushtail possum to Uluru National Park. Unpublished report to the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, Canberra. December, 1991

Georges, A. 1991. A management plan for the sustainable harvest and export of the edible jellyfish Catostylus mosaicus. Prepared for Taiga Food Pty Ltd for submission to the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service

Georges, A. 1991. A management programme for the sustainable harvest and export of the edible jellyfish Catostylus mosaicus. Report to Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service on behalf of Taiga Food, Sydney. June, 1991.

Georges, A., Limpus, C.J. and Stoutjesdijk, R. 1991. Variance in temperature affects sex determination independently of the mean in the marine turtle Caretta caretta. 21st Annual General Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Armidale, November, 1991.

Georges, A., Williams, D. and Richards, G. 1991. An Introduction to Q & A for urban park managers. A one-day workshop for the ACT Parks and Conservation Bureau. University of Canberra, March 1991

Georges, A., Williams, D.G. and Richards, G. 1991. An introduction to Q & A for park managers. Workshop for ACT Parks and Conservation Service, Canberra, March 1991.

Jones, S. 1991. Abundance, habitat use and diet of the endangered Pygopodid Aprasia parapulchella in the ACT and surrounding NSW. 21st Annual General Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Armidale, November, 1991.

Norris, R.H. and Georges, A. 1991. A review of the Deepwater Ocean Outfalls Environmental Monitoring Program (Pre-Commissioning Report). Report commissioned by the State Pollution Control Commission (NSW)

Palmer-Allen, M., Beynon, F. and Georges, A. 1991. Hatchling sex ratios are independent of temperature in field nests of the long-necked turtle Chelodina longicollis (Testudinata: Chelidae). Australian Wildlife Research 18:225-231.

Williams, D.G., Georges, A., Dearn, J. and Sharp, S. 1991. Information requirements for native grassland conservation in the A.C.T. Unpublished report to the A.C.T. Planning Authority, Canberra. June, 1991.

1990

Beynon, F. 1990. The comparative rates of development and oxygen consumption in eggs of tropical and temperate zone turtles in the genus Chelodina: An honours proposal. 20th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Gemini Downs, September 1990.

Georges, A. 1990. Sex determination and fluctuating temperatures in reptile nests: a model and proposed test. Australian Herpetological Society Conference, Gemini Downs, September, 1990

Georges, A. 1990. The pig-nosed turtle in Kakadu National Park: A submission to the Kakadu Conservation Zone Enquiry. Resource Assesment Commission, Canberra.

Georges, A. 1990. The pig-nosed turtle in Kakadu National Park: A submission to the Kakadu Conservation Zone Inquiry. Resource Assesment Commission, August, 1990

Georges, A. 1990. The influence of fluctuating temperatures on hatchling sex ratios: a model and proposed test. Australian Marine Turtle Conservation Workshop, Gold Coast, 14-17 November, 1990

Georges, A. and Thomas, K. 1990. Statistical Computing using SAS. A three-day workshop organized for staff of the Conservation Commission of the Northern Territory. Palmerston, NT, July 21-23, 1992

Georges, A. and Williams, D. 1990. An Introduction to Statistical Analysis using SAS. A three-day workshop organized for staff of the ACT Parks and Conservation Service. University of Canberra, February 1990

Georges, A. and Williams, D.G. 1990. An introduction to statistics using SAS. Workshop for ACT Parks and Conservation Bureau, Canberra, February 1990.

Georges, A., Osborne, W. and Palmer-Allen, M. 1990. Australian frogs. Public Workshop, ACT Herpetological Association, April, 1990.

Georges, A., Williams, D. and Richards, G. 1990. An Introduction to Q & A for data entry and retrieval. A one-day workshop organized at the request of the ACT Parks and Conservation Service. University of Canberra, April 1990

Georges, A., Williams, D.G. and Richards, G. 1990. Data entry and retrieval using Q & A. Workshop for ACT Parks and Conservation Bureau, Canberra, March 1990.

Kennett, R. and Georges, A. 1990. Habitat utilization and its relationship to growth and reproduction of the eastern long-necked turtle Chelodina longicollis (Testudinata: Chelidae). Herpetologica 46:22-33. [pdf]

Kennett, R. and Georges, A. 1990. Great mysteries of the north: Does the northern long-necked turtle lay its eggs under water? Australian Herpetological Conference, Gemini Downs, September, 1990.

Kennett, R., Georges, A. and Palmer-Allen, M. 1990. Great mysteries of the north: Do northern long-necked turtles nest under water? 20th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Gemini Downs, September 1990.

Palmer-Allen, M. and Beynon, F. 1990. Hatchling sex ratios are independent of temperature in field nests of the long-necked turtle Chelodina longicollis. 20th Annual Meeting of the Australian Society of Herpetologists, Gemini Downs, September 1990.

Sarre, S., Schwaner, T.D. and Georges, A. 1990. Genetic variation among populations of the sleepy lizard Trachydosaurus rugosus (Squamata: Scincidae). Australian Journal of Zoology 38:603-616.

1989

Cullen, P.W., Norris, R.H. Georges, A. and Sinclair Knight and Partners 1989. Review of Surface Water Quality Assessment Program. Volume I Strategy Report Department of Water Resources (Sinclair Knight and Partners). 37 pp

Cullen, P.W., Norris, R.H., Georges, A. and Sinclair Knight 1989. Review of surface water quality assessment program. Vol. 1. Strategy Report. Report to the NSW Department of Water Resources, Sinclair Knight, Canberra, July 1989, 42 pp.

Cullen, P.W., Norris, R.H., Georges, A. and Sinclair Knight and Partners 1989. Review of surface water quality assessment program. Volume 1. Strategy report. Report to the N.S.W. Dept of Water Resources, Sinclair Knight, Canberra, July 1989, 42 pp

Georges, A. 1989. Female turtles from hot nests: Is it amount of development or duration of incubation at high temperatures that matters? Oecologia (Berlin) 81:323-328.

Georges, A. 1989. Conservation and biology of the pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta in northern Australia. Invited paper, First World Congress of Herpetology, University of Kent, Canterbury, September, 1989

Georges, A. 1989. The pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta in Kakadu National Park: A response to the Final Environmental Impact Statement on the Coronation Hill Gold, Platinum and Paladium Project. Unpublished report to DASETT, September, 1989.

Georges, A. and Adams, M. 1989. Biochemical systematics of Australian chelid turtles. First World Congress of Herpetology, University of Kent, Canterbury, September, 1989

Georges, A. and Kennett, R. 1989. Dry season distribution and ecology of Carettochelys insculpta (Chelonia: Carettochelydidae) in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia. Australian Wildlife Research 16:323-335. [pdf]

Georges, A. and Kennett, R. 1989. Life in ephemeral habitats: How Australian turtles cope with the cycles of wet and dry. First World Congress of Herpetology, University of Kent, Canterbury, September, 1989.

Georges, A. and Palmer-Allen, M. 1989. Turtles and tortoises: Telling the difference. Public Workshop, A.C.T. Herpetological Association, May 1989.

Norris, R.H. and Georges, A. 1989. Review of Surface Water Quality Assessment Program. Volume III Upper Hunter River Case Study Department of Water Resources (Sinclair Knight and Partners). 30 pp.

Norris, R.H., Georges, A. and Cullen, P.W. 1989. Review of surface water quality assessment program. Volume 2. Network and sampling design. Report to the N.S.W. Dept of Water Resources, Sinclair Knight, Canberra, July 1989, 125 pp

Norris, R.H., Georges, A. and Cullen, P.W. 1989. Review of surface water quality assessment program. Volume 2. Network and sampling design. Report to the N.S.W. Dept of Water Resources, Sinclair Knight, Canberra, July 1989, 125 pp.

1988

Georges, A. 1988. Sex-determination is independent of temperature in another chelid turtle: Chelodina longicollis. Copeia 1988:248-254. [pdf]

Georges, A. 1988. Management of Australian freshwater turtles, with special reference to the pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta. Australasian Wildlife Management Society Conference, Canberra, December, 1988

Georges, A. 1988. Nesting ecology of the pig-nosed turtle Carettochelys insculpta in northern Australia. Australian Bi-centennial Herpetological Conference, Brisbane, August, 1988

Georges, A. 1988. The Warradjan Carettochelys insculpta: A literature review and annotated bibliography. Report to the Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, February 1988. 38 pp

Georges, A. and Kennett, R. 1988. Dry-season distribution and ecology of the Warradjan (Carettochelys insculpta Ramsay) in Kakadu National Park. Report to Australian National Parks and Wildlife Service, February 1988. 62 pp

Georges, A., Adams, M. and Bavestock, P. 1988. Biochemical systematics and evolution of the Australian Chelid turtles. Australian Bi-centennial Herpetological Conference, Brisbane, August, 1988

1987

Georges, A. 1987. The Pig-nosed Turtle, Warradjan. Australian Natural History 22:230-234

Georges, A. 1987. Nesting ecology of the Pig-nosed Turtle, Carettochelys insculpta in northern Australia. Australian Herpetological Society Annual Conference, Eden, NSW, February, 1987

Kennett, R. and Georges, A. 1987. Reproduction and growth of the Eastern Long-necked Tortoise Chelodina longicollis. Australian Herpetological Society Annual Conference, Eden, NSW, February, 1987

1986

Georges, A. 1986. Multivariate techniques and their application to water quality management. Water Quality Management Workshop, Canberra C.A.E., July 1986

Georges, A. 1986. Data collection, entry and verification. Water Quality Management Workshop, Canberra C.A.E., July 1986

Georges, A., Norris, R.H. and Wensing, L. 1986. Diet of the Eastern Long-necked Tortoise, Chelodina longicollis, from the coastal dune lakes of the Jervis Bay Nature Reserves. Austalian Wildlife Research 13:301-308.

Liston, P., Norris, R.H. and Georges, A. 1986. Time series analysis of plankton abundance and species composition in Lake Burragorang. Australian Society for Limnolnology Annual Congress, Mt Gambier, S.A., August, 1986

Norris, R.H. and Georges, A. 1986. Design and analysis for assessment of water quality. Pp. 555-572 in Limnology in Australia ed. by P. DeDekker and W.D. Williams. C.S.I.R.O. & Dr W.R. Junk.

Norris, R.N. and Georges, A. 1986. Water Quality Management Workshop Canberra C.A.E., July 1986

1985

Georges, A. 1985. Reproduction and reduced body size of reptiles in unproductive insular environments. Pp. 311-318 in Biology of Australasian Frogs and Reptiles ed. by G. Grigg, R. Shine and H. Ehmann. Surrey Beatty & Sons, Sydney. [pdf]

Georges, A. 1985. On estimating abundance of freshwater turtles. Australian Society for Limnolnology Annual Congress, Jarrahdale, W.A., August, 1985.

Hamley, T. and Georges, A. 1985. The Australian Snapping Tortoise Elseya latisternum: A successful predator on the Introduced Cane Toad? Australian Zoologist 21:605-608.

1984

Norris, R.H. and Georges, A. 1984. 2B or not 2B: How many samples should you take? Australian Society for Limnolnology Annual Congress, Mt Gambier, S.A., August, 1984.

1983

Georges, A. 1983. Reproduction of the Australian Freshwater Tortoise, Emydura krefftii (Chelonia: Chelidae). Journal of Zoolology, London 201:331-350.

1982

Georges, A. 1982. Diet of the Australian Freshwater Turtle Emydura krefftii (Chelonia: Chelidae), in an unproductive lentic environment. Copeia 1982:331-336.

1979

Georges, A. 1979. Head-body temperate differences in the Australian Blue-tongued Lizard, Tiliqua scincoides, during radiant heating. Journal of Thermal Biology 4:213-217.

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