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Lauren Roman
CSIRO
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A quantitative analysis linking seabird mortality and marine debris ingestion
L Roman, BD Hardesty, MA Hindell, C Wilcox
Scientific Reports 9 (1), 1-7, 2019
662019
Ecological drivers of marine debris ingestion in Procellariiform Seabirds
L Roman, E Bell, C Wilcox, BD Hardesty, M Hindell
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-8, 2019
412019
Anthropogenic debris ingestion by avifauna in eastern Australia
L Roman, QA Schuyler, BD Hardesty, KA Townsend
PLoS One 11 (8), e0158343, 2016
412016
Is plastic ingestion in birds as toxic as we think? Insights from a plastic feeding experiment
L Roman, L Lowenstine, LM Parsley, C Wilcox, BD Hardesty, K Gilardi, ...
Science of the Total Environment 665, 660-667, 2019
312019
A global assessment of the relationship between anthropogenic debris on land and the seafloor
L Roman, BD Hardesty, GH Leonard, H Pragnell-Raasch, N Mallos, ...
Environmental Pollution 264, 114663, 2020
202020
Plastic pollution is killing marine megafauna, but how do we prioritize policies to reduce mortality?
L Roman, Q Schuyler, C Wilcox, BD Hardesty
Conservation Letters 14 (2), e12781, 2021
172021
Plastic, nutrition and pollution; relationships between ingested plastic and metal concentrations in the livers of two Pachyptila seabirds
L Roman, F Kastury, S Petit, R Aleman, C Wilcox, BD Hardesty, ...
Scientific reports 10 (1), 1-14, 2020
122020
Size of marine debris items ingested and retained by petrels
L Roman, H Paterson, KA Townsend, C Wilcox, BD Hardesty, MA Hindell
Marine pollution bulletin 142, 569-575, 2019
122019
The need for attention to confirmation bias and confounding in the field of plastic pollution and wildlife impacts: comment on “Clinical pathology of plastic ingestion in …
L Roman, K Gilardi, L Lowenstine, BD Hardesty, C Wilcox
Environmental Science & Technology 55 (1), 801-804, 2020
62020
A quantitative analysis linking seabird mortality and marine debris ingestion. Sci. Rep. 9, 3202
L Roman, BD Hardesty, MA Hindell, C Wilcox
62019
Socioeconomics effects on global hotspots of common debris items on land and the seafloor
BD Hardesty, L Roman, GH Leonard, N Mallos, H Pragnell-Raasch, ...
Global Environmental Change 71, 102360, 2021
52021
Disentangling the influence of taxa, behaviour and debris ingestion on seabird mortality
L Roman, BD Hardesty, MA Hindell, C Wilcox
Environmental research letters 15 (12), 124071, 2020
52020
Plastic additives and legacy persistent organic pollutants in the preen gland oil of seabirds sampled across the globe
R YAMASHITA, N HIKI, F KASHIWADA, H TAKADA, K MIZUKAWA, ...
Environmental Monitoring and Contaminants Research 1, 97-112, 2021
42021
Desperate times call for desperate measures: non-food ingestion by starving seabirds
L Roman, S Bryan, N Bool, L Gustafson, K Townsend
Marine Ecology Progress Series 662, 157-168, 2021
32021
Plastic ingestion is an underestimated cause of death for southern hemisphere albatrosses
L Roman, RG Butcher, D Stewart, S Hunter, M Jolly, P Kowalski, ...
Conservation Letters 14 (3), e12785, 2021
22021
Comparing marine anthropogenic debris on inhabited mainland beaches, coastal islands, and uninhabited offshore islands: A case study from Queensland and the Coral Sea, Australia
L Roman, A Warmbrunn, TJ Lawson, K Willis, C Wilcox, BD Hardesty
Marine Pollution Bulletin 172, 112919, 2021
12021
Assessing the risks of marine debris ingestion to Procellariiform seabirds
L Roman
University of Tasmania, 2018
12018
Abandoned, lost and discarded fishing gear ‘ghost nets’ are increasing through time in Northern Australia
BD Hardesty, L Roman, NC Duke, JR Mackenzie, C Wilcox
Marine Pollution Bulletin 173, 112959, 2021
2021
We analysed data from 29,798 clean-ups around the world to uncover some of the worst litter hotspots
L Roman, BD Hardesty, C Wilcox
2021
Ghost nets in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia, 2004-2020: Quantifying abandoned, lost and derelict fishing gear (ALDFG) across northern Australia
BD Hardesty, L Roman, C Wilcox
2021
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