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Rod Kennett
Rod Kennett
University of Canberra
Verified email at questacon.edu.au
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The genetic structure of Australasian green turtles (Chelonia mydas): exploring the geographical scale of genetic exchange
KEM Dethmers, D Broderick, C Moritz, NN Fitzsimmons, CJ Limpus, ...
Molecular Ecology 15 (13), 3931-3946, 2006
1952006
Indigenous wetland burning: conserving natural and cultural resources in Australia’s World Heritage-listed Kakadu National Park
S McGregor, V Lawson, P Christophersen, R Kennett, J Boyden, P Bayliss, ...
Human ecology 38 (6), 721-729, 2010
1122010
Monitoring the impacts of fire regimes on vegetation in northern Australia: an example from Kakadu National Park
A Edwards, R Kennett, O Price, J Russell-Smith, G Spiers, J Woinarski
International Journal of Wildland Fire 12 (4), 427-440, 2003
862003
Growth models for two species of freshwater turtle, Chelodina rugosa and Elseya dentata, from the wet-dry tropics of northern Australia
R Kennett
Herpetologica, 383-395, 1996
821996
Early developmental arrest during immersion of eggs of a tropical fresh-water Turtle, Chelodina-Rugosa (Testudinata, Chelidae), From Northern Australia
R Kennett, A Georges, M Palmerallen
Australian Journal of Zoology 41 (1), 37-45, 1993
821993
Metabolic depression in estivating long-neck turtles (Chelodina rugosa)
R Kennett, K Christian
Physiological Zoology 67 (5), 1087-1102, 1994
751994
Diet of two freshwater turtles, Chelodina rugosa and Elseya dentata (Testudines: Chelidae) from the wet-dry tropics of northern Australia
R Kennett, O Tory
Copeia, 409-419, 1996
681996
Defining olive ridley turtle Lepidochelys olivacea management units in Australia and assessing the potential impact of mortality in ghost nets
MP Jensen, CJ Limpus, SD Whiting, M Guinea, RIT Prince, ...
Endangered Species Research 21 (3), 241-253, 2013
522013
Reproduction of two species of freshwater turtle, Chelodina rugosa and Elseya dentata, from the wet–dry tropics of northern Australia
R Kennett
Journal of Zoology 247 (4), 457-473, 1999
511999
Migration patterns of marine turtles in the Gulf of Carpentaria, northern Australia: implications for Aboriginal management
R Kennett, N Munungurritj, D Yunupingu
Wildlife Research 31 (3), 241-248, 2004
502004
Dry-season distribution and ecology of Carettochelys insculpta (Chelonia: Carettochelydidae) in Kakadu National Park, northern Australia
A Georges, R Kennett
Australian Wildlife Research 16, 323-335, 1989
491989
The role of digital data entry in participatory environmental monitoring
JR Brammer, ND Brunet, AC Burton, A Cuerrier, F Danielsen, K Dewan, ...
Conservation Biology 30 (6), 1277-1287, 2016
452016
Collaborative research partnerships inform monitoring and management of aquatic ecosystems by Indigenous rangers
RJ Dobbs, CL Davies, ML Walker, NE Pettit, BJ Pusey, PG Close, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 26 (4), 711-725, 2016
422016
Indigenous initiatives for co‐management of Miyapunu/Sea Turtle
R Kennett, CJ Robinson, I Kiessling, D Yunupingu, D Yunupingu
Ecological Management & Restoration 5 (3), 159-166, 2004
422004
Chelodina longicollis (Shaw 1794)–eastern long-necked turtle, common long-necked turtle, common snake-necked turtle
R Kennett, J Roe, K HODGES, A Georges
Chelonian Research Monographs 5, 031.1-031.8, 2009
402009
Integrated measures of Indigenous land and sea management effectiveness: Challenges and opportunities for improved conservation partnerships in Australia
BJ Austin, CJ Robinson, JA Fitzsimons, M Sandford, EJ Ens, ...
Conservation and Society 16 (3), 372-384, 2018
392018
Some physiological consequences of estivation by freshwater crocodiles, Crocodylus johnstoni
K Christian, B Green, R Kennett
Journal of Herpetology, 1-9, 1996
391996
Underwater nesting by the tropical fresh-water turtle, Chelodina-Rugosa (Testudinata, Chelidae)
R Kennett, KA Christian, D Pritchard
Australian Journal of Zoology 41 (1), 47-52, 1993
381993
Citizen science is not enough on its own
R Kennett, F Danielsen, KM Silvius
Nature 521 (7551), 161-161, 2015
252015
Underwater nesting by the Australian freshwater turtle Chelodina rugosa: effect of prolonged immersion and eggshell thicknesson incubation period, egg survivorship, and …
R Kennett, K Christian, G Bedford
Canadian Journal of Zoology 76 (6), 1019-1023, 1998
251998
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