Antoine M. Dujon
Antoine M. Dujon
PhD, School of Life and Environmental Sciences, Deakin University, Waurn Pound Campus
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The accuracy of Fastloc‐GPS locations and implications for animal tracking
AM Dujon, RT Lindstrom, GC Hays
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 5 (11), 1162-1169, 2014
702014
Noninvasive unmanned aerial vehicle provides estimates of the energetic cost of reproduction in humpback whales
F Christiansen, AM Dujon, KR Sprogis, JPY Arnould, L Bejder
Ecosphere 7 (10), e01468, 2016
552016
Diel and seasonal patterns in activity and home range size of green turtles on their foraging grounds revealed by extended Fastloc-GPS tracking
F Christiansen, N Esteban, JA Mortimer, AM Dujon, GC Hays
Marine biology 164 (1), 10, 2017
222017
Vibrio harveyi adheres to and penetrates tissues of the European abalone Haliotis tuberculata within the first hours of contact
M Cardinaud, A Barbou, C Capitaine, A Bidault, AM Dujon, D Moraga, ...
Appl. Environ. Microbiol. 80 (20), 6328-6333, 2014
152014
Fastloc-GPS reveals daytime departure and arrival during long-distance migration and the use of different resting strategies in sea turtles
AM Dujon, G Schofield, RE Lester, N Esteban, GC Hays
Marine Biology 164 (9), 187, 2017
92017
Complex movement patterns by foraging loggerhead sea turtles outside the breeding season identified using Argos‐linked Fastloc‐Global Positioning System
AM Dujon, G Schofield, RE Lester, K Papafitsoros, GC Hays
Marine Ecology 39 (1), e12489, 2018
42018
A groundwater-fed coastal inlet as habitat for the Caribbean queen conch Lobatus gigas an acoustic telemetry and space use analysis
TC Stieglitz, AM Dujon
Marine ecology progress series 571, 139-152, 2017
32017
Importance of machine learning for enhancing ecological studies using information-rich imagery
AM Dujon, G Schofield
Endangered Species Research 39, 91-104, 2019
2019
Snail leaps and bounds: Drivers of the diel movement pattern of a large invertebrate, the Caribbean queen conch, in a marginal inshore habitat.
AM Dujon, T Stieglitz, E Amice, D Webber
2019
Snail leaps and bounds: drivers of the diel movement pattern of a large invertebrate, the Caribbean queen conch (Lobatus gigas), in a marginal inshore habitat
AM Dujon, TC Stieglitz, E Amice, DM Webber
Canadian Journal of Zoology 97 (5), 436-445, 2018
2018
New technologies reveal insights on the behaviour of marine vertebrates
AM Dujon
Deakin University, 2017
2017
Measuring body condition of humpback whales using unmanned aerial vehicles
F Christiansen, A Dujon, K Sprogis, JPY Arnould, L Bejder
2016 Research Findings: Bulletin 6.17 Wildlife Biology & Conservation, 2016
2016
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