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Publications (103)

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2021

Ferreira LC, Thums M, Fossette S, Wilson P, Shimada T, Tucker AD et al. [Loewenthal G, Whiting SD] (2021). Multiple satellite tracking datasets inform green turtle conservation at a regional scale. Diversity and Distributions 27, pp. 249–266

2020

Bentley B, Whiting S, Mitchell N (2020). End of the line? Nesting phenology shifts unable to mitigate adverse impacts of climate change on winter nesting sea turtles (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland p. 33

Bentley BP, Kearney MR, Whiting SD, Mitchell NJ (2020). Microclimate modelling of beach sand temperatures reveals high spatial and temporal variation at sea turtle rookeries. Journal of Thermal Biology 88,

DBCA (2020). Global loggerhead satellite telemetry: [DBCA dataset supplied for southeast Indian Ocean]. SWOT Report 15, pp. 32–33, 49–50

FitzSimmons NN, Pittard SD, McIntyre N, Jensen MP, Guinea M, Hamann M et al. [Prince RT, Tucker AD, Whiting S] (2020). Phylogeography, genetic stocks, and conservation implications for an Australian endemic marine turtle. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 30, pp. 440–460

FitzSimmons NN, Stewart D. Pittard SD, McIntyre N, Jensen MP, Guinea M, et al. [Prince B, Tucker AD, Whiting S] (2020). Population genetics of flatback turtles: behavioural insights and conservation implications (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland pp. 45–46

Irschick DJ, Bot J, Brooks A, Bresette M, Fossette S, Gleiss A et al. [Whiting S] (2020). Creating 3D models of several sea turtle species as digital voucher specimens. Herpetological Review 51, pp. 709–715

Johansen MP, Child DP, Hotchkis MAC, Johansen A, Thiruvoth S, Whiting SD (2020). Radionuclides in sea turtles at the Montebello Islands former nuclear test sites: current and historical dose rates for adults and embryos. Marine Pollution Bulletin 158, pp.

Jonsen ID, Patterson TA, Costa DP, Doherty PD, Godley BJ, Grecian WJ et al. [Whiting S] (2020). A continuous-time state-space model for rapid quality control of Argos locations from animal-borne tags. Movement Ecology 8,

Nel R, Dalleau M, Le Gouvello D, Hart-Davis MG, Tucker T, Rees A et al. [Whiting S, Fossette S] (2020). Indian Ocean loggerheads. SWOT Report 15, pp. 28–31

Tedeschi J, Mitchell N, Berry O, Whiting S, Meekan M, Kennington J (2020). Can flatback (Natator depressus) sea turtle embryos cope with and adapt to high nest temperatures? (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland p. 85

Tucker T, Pendoley K, Whiting S (2020). Distribution and abundance of nesting marine turtles in northwestern Australia: pairing the landscape and local perspectives (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland p. 87

Tucker T, Whiting S, Fossette S, Rob D, Barnes P (2020). Inter-nesting and migrations by marine turtles of the Muiron Islands and Ningaloo Coast. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Kensington, WA. 93 p.

Whiting A, Whiting S (2020). Key components for conducting effective and efficient nesting track surveys (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland p. 93

Whiting S, Whiting A, Macrae I, Mortimer J, van de Crommenacker J (2020). Developmental migrations by hawksbill turtles from Cocos Keeling Islands to western Indian Ocean: multiple lines of evidence (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland p. 94

Wilson P, Thums M, Pattiaratchi C, Whiting S, Pendoley K, Meekan M (2020). High predation by fishes on turtle hatchlings at a site with a jetty (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the 4th Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 8-10 September 2018, Bundaberg, Queensland p. 98

2019

Bentley BP, Whiting SD, Mitchell NJ (2019). End of the line? Nesting phenology shifts unable to mitigate adverse impacts of climate change on winter nesting sea turtles (ABSTRACT). In SICB 2019 Annual Meeting Abstracts, January 3-7 2019, Tampa, FL p. 28

Dethmers K, Treml E, Leiper I, Adnyana IBW, McMahon C, Jensen MP et al. [Whiting S] (2019). Ghost nets jeopardise the remaining olive ridley populations of the SE Asia-W Pacific region (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 29 February to 4 March 2016, Lima, Peru p. 191

Ferreira LC, Fossette S, Whiting S, Tucker T, Loewenthal G, Guinea M et al. (2019). Compiling multiple datasets to quantify movement and distribution of green turtles on the North-West Shelf and overlap with potential threats (ABSTRACT). In AMSA 2019: Marine Science for a Blue Economy, 7-11 July 2019, Fremantle, Perth: Program Handbook

Fossette-Halot S, Loewenthal G, Tucker T, Mayer F, Whiting S (2019). A cumulative risk assessment framework to prioritize management actions for Western Australia flatback turtles (ABSTRACT). In AMSA 2019: Marine Science for a Blue Economy, 7-11 July 2019, Fremantle, Perth: Program Handbook p. 92

Hays GC, Bailey H, Bograd SJ, Bowen WD, Campagna C, Carmichael RH et al. [Whiting SD] (2019). Translating marine animal tracking data into conservation policy and management. Trends in Ecology and Evolution 34, pp. 459–473

Hounslow J, Fossette-Halot S, Whiting S, Tucker A, Richardson A, Richardson J et al. (2019). A novel methodology to study vertical movements of marine turtles (ABSTRACT). In AMSA 2019: Marine Science for a Blue Economy, 7-11 July 2019, Fremantle, Perth: Program Handbook p. 118

Johansen MP, Child DP, Cresswell T, Harrison JJ, Hotchkis MAC, Howell NR et al. [Whiting SD] (2019). Plutonium and other radionuclides persist across marine-to-terrestrial ecotopes in the Montebello Islands sixty years after nuclear tests. Science of the Total Environment 691, pp. 572–583

Lambourne R, Fossette S, Whiting S, Gleiss A (2019). A first step towards understanding the underwater responses of flatback turtles to changes in their environment using multi-sensor tags (ABSTRACT). In AMSA 2019: Marine Science for a Blue Economy, 7-11 July 2019, Fremantle, Perth: Program Handbook p. 132

Rob D, Barnes P, Whiting S, Fossette S, Tucker T, Mongan T (2019). Turtle activity and nesting on the Muiron Islands and Ningaloo Coast: final report: Ningaloo Turtle Program: report to Woodside Energy Limited. Department of Biodiversity, Conservation and Attractions, Exmouth. 51 p.

Salmon M, Wyneken J, Hamann M, Whiting S (2019). Is juvenile growth pattern and morphology shaped by predation risk? Hypothesis testing through comparisons between flatbacks (Natator depressus) and green turtles (Chelonia mydas) (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 29 February to 4 March 2016, Lima, Peru p. 29

Stuart J-M, Adams P, Kreplins T, Whiting S, Bateman B, Fleming T (2019). Red fox movements in the Pilbara, Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 32nd Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in Remote Landscapes, 3-5 December 2019, Darwin, NT, Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 69

Waayers D, Tucker T, Whiting S, Groom R, Vanderklift M, Pilans R et al. (2019). Satellite tracking of marine turtles in south-eastern Indian Ocean: a review of deployments spanning 1990-2016. Indian Ocean Turtle Newsletter 29, pp. 23–37

Wilson P, Thums M, Pattiaratchi C, Whiting S, Pendoley K, Ferreira LC et al. (2019). High predation of marine turtle hatchlings near a coastal jetty. Biological Conservation 236, pp. 571–579

Wilson P, Thums M, Pattiaratchi C, Whiting S, Pendoley K, Ferreira LC et al. (2019). High predation of marine turtle hatchlings near a coastal jetty (ABSTRACT). In AMSA 2019: Marine Science for a Blue Economy, 7-11 July 2019, Fremantle, Perth: Program Handbook p. 214

Wyneken J, Salmon M, Hamann M, Tucker A, Whiting S (2019). Successful and unsuccessful adhesives for use on neonate flatback turtles (Natator depressus): what works and doesn’t work on the teflon turtles (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Thirty-Sixth Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 29 February to 4 March 2016, Lima, Peru pp. 266–267

2018

Bentley B, Whiting S, Stubbs J, Mitchell N (2018). Climate change. In Marine turtles in the Kimberley: key biological indices required to understand and manage nesting turtles along the Kimberley coast: WAMSI Kimberley Marine Research Program, final report, Project 1.2.2 Western Australian Marine Science Institution, Perth. pp. 55–85

Bevan E, Whiting S, Tucker T, Guinea M, Raith A, Douglas, R (2018). Measuring behavioral responses of sea turtles, saltwater crocodiles, and crested terns to drone disturbance to define ethical operating thresholds. PLoS One 13, pp. 1–17

FitzSimmons NN, Berry O, Feutry P, Tucker T, Whiting S (2018). New insights from genomics? Testing new approaches to population genetics in flatback and green turtle populations in Australia (POSTER ABSTRACT). In 38th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation: Presentation Abstracts, 18-23 February 2018, Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan p. 272

Fossette-Halot S, Loewenthal G, Tucker T, Mayer F, Whiting S (2018). Planning for the future: a broad-scale risk assessment of multiple anthropogenic threats to flatback turtles (ABSTRACT). In 5th International Marine Conservation Congress, 2018, 24th-29th June, Kuching, Sarawak: conference programme p. 1

Hampson H, Whiting, S (comps) (2018). North West Shelf Flatback Turtle Conservation Program. Available at https://flatbacks.dbca.wa.gov.au/.

Johansen MP, Child DP, Cresswell T, Harrison JJ, Hotchkis MAC, Howell N et al. [Whiting SD] (2018). Recent survey of plutonium at the Montebello Islands nuclear test sites: uptake in marine and terrestrial organisms in a radioactive-particle environment. Abstract of presentation at South Pacific Environmental Radioactivity Association Conference 2018, 6-9 November, Perth, WA. p. 1

Rostal D, Grumbles J, Fossette-Halot S, Tucker T, Whiting S (2018). Ultrasound study of reproductive structures in nesting Australian flatback sea turtles, Natator depressus. Poster presented at the Association of Southeastern Biologists 79th annual meeting, Myrtle Beach Sheraton and Convention Center, March 28-March 31, 2018.

Tucker A, Avens L, Shaw J, Limpus C, Pendoley K, Guinea M et al. [Whiting S] (2018). Skeletochronology with flatback turtles: can winter and summer hatchling cohorts be distinguished? (POSTER ABSTRACT). In 38th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation: Presentation Abstracts, 18-23 February 2018, Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan p. 149

Tucker A, Pendoley K, Whiting S (2018). Distribution and abundance of nesting marine turtles in northwestern Australia: pairing the landscape and local perspectives (POSTER ABSTRACT). In 38th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation: Presentation Abstracts, 18-23 February 2018, Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan p. 263

Tucker A, Whiting S, Pendoley K, FitzSimmons N, Berry O, Mitchell N et al. (2018). Questions of scale: collaborative turtle research along the Kimberley's remotest coasts. In The Natural World of the Kimberley Kimberley Society, Perth. pp. 164–181

Tucker T, Pendoley K, Whiting S (2018). Distribution and abundance of nesting marine turtles in the Kimberley: pairing the landscape and local perspectives. In Marine turtles in the Kimberley: key biological indices required to understand and manage nesting turtles along the Kimberley coast: WAMSI Kimberley Marine Research Program, final report, Project 1.2.2 Western Australian Marine Science Institution, Perth. pp. 11–34

Whiting S, Tucker T (2018). Indigenous engagement, collaboration and knowledge exchange for the Kimberley Node Turtle Project. In Marine turtles in the Kimberley: key biological indices required to understand and manage nesting turtles along the Kimberley coast: WAMSI Kimberley Marine Research Program, final report, Project 1.2.2 Western Australian Marine Science Institution, Perth. pp. 86–92

Whiting S, Tucker T, Fossette S (2018). Flatback turtle conservation priorities: the intersection of biology, pressures, economics, stakeholders and politics (ABSTRACT). In 38th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation: Presentation Abstracts, 18-23 February 2018, Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan p. 65

Whiting S, Tucker T, Pendoley K, Mitchell N, Bentley B, Berry O et al. (2018). Background and implementation of the WAMSI Kimberley Node Turtle Project. In Marine turtles in the Kimberley: key biological indices required to understand and manage nesting turtles along the Kimberley coast: WAMSI Kimberley Marine Research Program, final report, Project 1.2.2 Western Australian Marine Science Institution, Perth. pp. 1–10

Whiting S, Tucker T, Pendoley K, Mitchell N, Bentley B, Berry O et al. (2018). Marine turtles in the Kimberley: key biological indices required to understand and manage nesting turtles along the Kimberley coast: WAMSI Kimberley Marine Research Program, final report, Project 1.2.2. Western Australian Marine Science Institution, Perth. 146 p.

Wilson P, Thums M, Pattiaratchi C, Meekan M, Pendoley K, Fisher R et al. [Whiting S] (2018). Artificial light disrupts the nearshore dispersal of neonate flatback turtles Natator depressus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 600, pp. 179–192

Wilson P, Thums M, Whiting S, Pendoley K, Meekan M, Pattiaratchi C (2018). The impact of artificial light and structures on nearshore dispersal and predation rates of turtle hatchlings (ABSTRACT). In 38th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation: Presentation Abstracts, 18-23 February 2018, Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan p. 39

Young E, Stephens N, Vaughan-Higgins R, Whiting S, Blair D, Bannister J et al. (2018). Emerging disease discovered during preliminary baseline health investigations of sea turtles in Western Australia. Abstract of presentation at Australian and New Zealand College of Veterinary Scientists Conference. 5-7 July 2018, Gold Coast. p. 1

Young E, Stephens N, Vaughan-Higgins R, Whiting S, Blair D, O'Dea M et al. (2018). Preliminary insights into health status and pathological findings of the Indian Ocean sea turtles of Western Australia (ABSTRACT). In 38th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation: Presentation Abstracts, 18-23 February 2018, Kobe International Conference Center, Kobe, Japan p. 112

2017

Pearson L, Williams C, Ferguson A, Kay N, Badal A, Hunter N et al. [Tucker T, Whiting S] (2017). Eighty Mile Beach Marine Park: partnerships in flatback turtle management and science. Poster presented at 4th Indigenous Desert Alliance Annual Forum, November 21-23rd 2017, WA Maritime Museum, Fremantle.

Robson NA, Hetzel Y, Whiting S, Wijeratne S, Pattiaratchi CB, Withers P et al. (2017). Use of particle tracking to determine optimal release dates and locations for rehabilitated neonate sea turtles. Frontiers in Marine Science 4, pp. 1–15

Whiting S, Raudino H, Tucker T, Field S, Simpson C, Kendrick A, Grant L, Hampson H (2017). North West Shelf Flatback Turtle Conservation Program: strategic conservation plan 2014-2021. 65 p.

2016

Butt N, Whiting S, Dethmers K (2016). Identifying future sea turtle conservation areas under climate change. Biological Conservation 204, pp. 189–196

Fossette-Halot S, Samuelraj N, Hampson H, Tucker T, Whiting S (eds) (2016). Turtle monitoring field guide: North West Shelf Flatback Turtle Conservation Program. Edition 8. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 71 p.

Hoenner X, Whiting SD, Enever G, Lambert K, Hindell MA, McMahon CR (2016). Nesting ecology of hawksbill turtles at a rookery of international significance in Australia?s Northern Territory. Wildlife Research 43, pp. 461–473

Hoenner X, Whiting SD, Hamann M, Limpus CJ, Hindell MA, McMahon CR (2016). High-resolution movements of critically endangered hawksbill turtles help elucidate conservation requirements in northern Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 67, pp. 1263–1278

Hyndes GA, Heck KL, Vergés A, Harvey ES, Kendrick GA, Lavery PS et al. [Whiting S, Wilson S] (2016). Accelerating tropicalization and the transformation of temperate seagrass meadows. Bioscience 66, pp. 938–948

Kendrick A, Wilson S, Friedman K, Waples K, Whiting S, Holmes T et al. [Rule M, Halford A] (2016). Strategic marine ecological research priorities for CALM Act marine parks and reserves 2016-2021. Conservation Science Western Australia 10, pp. 1–15

Salmon M, Wyneken J, Hamann M, Whiting S (2016). Early growth and development of morphological defenses in post-hatchling flatbacks (Natator depressus) and green turtles (Chelonia mydas). Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology 49, pp. 421–435

Tedeschi JN, Kennington WJ, Tomkins JL, Berry O, Whiting S, Meekan MG et al. (2016). Heritable variation in heat shock gene expression: a potential mechanism for adaptation to thermal stress in embryos of sea turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London. Series B 283, pp. 1–7

Vanderklift M, Pillans R, Tucker T, Whiting S, Revill A (2016). Using stable isotopes to investigate ecology of sharks and turtles: what can evidence from multiple tissues tell us? Abstract of presentation at 10th International Conference on the Applications of Stable Isotope Techniques to Ecological Studies (IsoEcol 2016), 3rd-8th April 2016, Ito Hall, University of Tokyo. p. 1

Vargas SM, Jensen MP, Ho SYW, Mobaraki A, Broderick D, Mortimer JA et al. [Whiting SD, Prince RIT] (2016). Phylogeography, genetic diversity and management units of hawksbill turtles in the Indo-Pacific. Journal of Heredity 107, pp. 199–213

Wyneken J, Salmon M, Hamann M, Tucker A, Whiting S (2016). Successful and unsuccessful adhesives for use on neonate flatback turtles (Natator depressus): what works and doesn’t work on the teflon turtles. PowerPoint presentation at 36th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 29 February-4 March 2016, Lima, Peru.

2015

Bentley BP, Mitchell NJ, Whiting S, Berry O (2015). Adaptive capacity of marine turtles to a warming climate: a full transcriptomic analysis (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 p. 15

Johnson S, Whiting S, Pracy D, Norman L, li-Anthawirriyarra Sea Ranger Unit, Harvey R et al. (2015). Narnu-yuwa ki-wundanyukawu (law for the sea turtle): delivering wide ranging ecological, social and economic outcomes from threatened species monitoring. In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. pp. 47–49

King J, Adams P, Fleming T, Bateman B, Whiting S (2015). Assessment of fox predation of flatback turtle nests using remote cameras at Mundabullangana Station (ABSTRACT). In Australasian Wildlife Management Society 28th Annual Conference: Wildlife Management in a Changing Environment, 23-26 November, 2015, Perth, Western Australia: Book of Abstracts p. 26

King J, Middlebrook R, Whittington A, Cowan M, Whiting S (2015). Assessment of feral animal predation associated with flatback nesting beaches at Mundabullangana Station (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 p. 52

Lambert K, Hoenner X, Enever G, Mamarika P, Lalara S, Lalara R et al. [Whiting S] (2015). Satellite tracking of hawksbill turtles on Groote Eylandt. In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. pp. 54–55

Mitchell N, Stubbs J, Whiting S, Kearney M (2015). Sand temperatures at a major flatback rookery suggest a masculinising trend in recent decades (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 p. 58

Simpson CJ, Beger M, Coleman JG, Friedman KJ, Hill AK, Kendrick AJ et al. [Waples KA, Whiting SD, Wilson SK] (2015). Prioritisation of conservation research and monitoring for Western Australian protected areas and threatened species. Conservation Science Western Australia 9, pp. 227–237

Tedeschi J, Kennington J, Berry O, Whiting S, Meekan M, Mitchell N (2015). Responses of heat shock genes in loggerhead turtle embryos (Caretta caretta) exposed to thermal stress (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 p. 74

Tedeschi JN, Kennington WJ, Berry O, Whiting S, Meekan M, Mitchell NJ (2015). Increased expression of Hsp70 and Hsp90 mRNA as biomarkers of thermal stress in loggerhead turtle embryos (Caretta caretta). Journal of Thermal Biology 47, pp. 42–50

Tedeschi JN, Mitchell NJ, Berry O, Whiting S, Meekan M, Kennington WJ (2015). Reconstructed paternal genotypes reveal variable rates of multiple paternity at three rookeries of loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) in Western Australia. Australian Journal of Zoology 62, pp. 454–462

Thums M, Whiting SD, Reisser JW, Pendoley KL, Proietti M, Pattiaratchi CB et al. (2015). Artificial light on water attracts turtle hatchlings during their offshore migration (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 p. 76

Tucker T, Whiting S, Mitchell N, Berry O, FitzSimmons N, Pendoley K (2015). The Kimberley Marine Turtle Project under the Western Australian Marine Sciences Institution (WAMSI). In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. pp. 79–81

Whiting AU, Prophet M, Barnes P, Whiting S (2015). Distinguishing between tracks and clutches for nesting turtles: how survey techniques and uncertainty impact abundance estimates and trend detection (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 p. 87

Whiting S, Tucker T (2015). Planning for the future: constraints and opportunities for long-term monitoring of marine turtles in Western Australia. In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. pp. 88–90

Whiting S, Tucker T, Mitchell N, Berry O, FitzSimmons N, Pendoley K (2015). Marine turtles of the Kimberley: WAMSI Project 1.2.2 (ABSTRACT). In 2015 WAMSI Research Conference: Proceedings, Perth, Western Australia, 30 March-1 April 2015 p. 64

Whiting SD, Tucker A (comps) (2015). Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 102 p.

Young E, Whiting S, Tucker T, Bobojcov A, Williams C, Badal A et al. (2015). Eighty Mile Beach turtle monitoring program: past, present and future. In Proceedings of the Second Australian and Second Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposia: Perth, 25-27 August 2014 Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. pp. 94–95

2014

Grech A, Parra G, Beasley I, Bradley J, Johnson S, Whiting S et al. (2014). Local assessments of marine mammals in cross-cultural environments. Biodiversity and Conservation 23, pp. 3319–3338

Hobbs J-P A, Coker DJ, Green PT, James DJ, Humphrey WF, McAllan IAW et al. [Whiting SD] (2014). An annotated bibliography of the research on marine organisms and environments at Christmas Island and the Cocos (Keeling) Islands. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Supplement 30, pp. 419–468

Macrae I, Whiting SD (2014). Positive conservation outcome from religious teachings: changes to subsistence turtle harvest practices at Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Indian Ocean. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Supplement 30, pp. 162–167

Stubbs JL, Kearney MR, Whiting SD, Mitchell NJ (2014). Models of primary sex ratios at a major flatback turtle rookery show an anomalous masculinising trend. Global Climate Change 1, pp. 1–18

Whiting SD, Guinea ML, Fomiatti K, Flint M, Limpus CJ (2014). Plasma biochemical and PCV ranges for healthy, wild, immature hawksbill (Eretmochelys imbricata) sea turtles. Veterinary Record 174, pp.

Whiting SD, Macrae I, Thorn R, Murray W, Whiting AU (2014). Sea turtles of the Cocos (Keeling) Islands, Indian Ocean. Raffles Bulletin of Zoology. Supplement 30, pp. 168–183

2013

Jensen MP, Limpus CJ, Whiting SD, Guinea M, Prince RIT, FitzSimmons NN et al. (2013). Defining olive ridley turtle Lepidochelys olivacea management units in Australia and assessing the potential impact of mortality in ghost nets. Endangered Species Research 21, pp. 241–253

Prince B, Whiting S, Raudino H, Vitenbergs A, Pendoley K (eds) (2013). Proceedings of the First Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 28-29th August 2012. Department of Parks and Wildlife, Kensington, WA. 57 p.

Thums M, Meekan M, Whiting S, Reisser J, Pendoley K, Harcourt R (2013). Understanding the early offshore migration patterns of turtle hatchlings and the effects of anthropogenic light: a pilot study using acoustic tracking (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the First Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 28-29th August 2012 p. 32

Thums M, Whiting SD, Reisser JW, Pendoley KL, Pattiaratchi CB, Harcourt RG et al. (2013). Tracking sea turtle hatchlings: a pilot study using acoustic telemetry. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 440, pp. 156–163

Tucker T, Whiting S, Corey B (2013). FAQ: Cape Domett flatback turtle rookery: monitoring in 2013 (POSTER).

Whiting AU, Whiting SD, Thomson A (2013). High density flatback turtle nesting at a winter rookery (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the First Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 28-29th August 2012 p. 38

Whiting S, Raudino H, Crane K (2013). The North West Shelf Flatback Turtle Conservation Program (NWSFTCP) (ABSTRACT). In Proceedings of the First Western Australian Marine Turtle Symposium, 28-29th August 2012 p. 39

2012

Hoenner X, Whiting SD, Hindell MA, McMahon CR (2012). Enhancing the use of Argos satellite data for home range and long distance migration studies of marine animals. PLoS One 7, pp. 1–10

Thums M, Meekan M, Whiting S, Reisser J, Pendoley K, Harcourt R et al. (2012). Final report April 2012: understanding the early offshore migration patterns of turtle hatchlings and the effects of anthropogenic light: a pilot study. University of Western Australia, Crawley. 15 p.

2011

Limpus C, Whiting S (2011). Sea turtles in the Arafura and Timor seas: management at a regional scale (ABSTRACT). In Australian Marine Sciences Association, 48th Annual Conference, 3rd-7th July 2011: Book of Abstracts p. 86

Whiting SD (2011). Shallow water foraging using a shoreline boundary by the Indo-Pacific humpback dolphin Sousa chinensis in northern Australia. Northern Territory Naturalist 23, pp. 39–44

Whiting SD, Whiting AU (2011). Predation by the saltwater crocodile (Crocodylus porosus) on sea turtle adults, eggs and hatchlings. Chelonian Conservation and Biology 10, pp. 198–205

2010

Whiting S (2010). Turtle migrations: eastern Gulf of Carpentaria. Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sports, Darwin. 1 poster

Whiting S (2010). Turtle migrations: northeast Arnhem Land. Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sports, Darwin. 1 poster

Whiting S (2010). Turtle migrations: southwest Gulf of Carpentaria. Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sports, Darwin. 1 poster

Whiting S (2010). Turtle migrations: Tiwi islands and Cobourg Peninsula (POSTER). Department of Natural Resources, Environment, the Arts and Sports, Darwin. 1 poster