Jo Day
Jo Day
Taronga Conservation Society Australia
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Social cohesion in a hierarchically structured embayment population of Indo-Pacific bottlenose dolphins
J Wiszniewski, SJ Allen, LM Möller
Animal Behaviour 77 (6), 1449-1457, 2009
Habitat type promotes rapid and extremely localised genetic differentiation in dolphins
LM Möller, J Wiszniewski, SJ Allen, LB Beheregaray
Marine and Freshwater Research 58 (7), 640-648, 2007
Female bisexual kinship ties maintain social cohesion in a dolphin network
J Wiszniewski, D Lusseau, LM Möller
Animal Behaviour 80 (5), 895-904, 2010
Complex patterns of male alliance formation in a dolphin social network
J Wiszniewski, C Brown, LM Möller
Journal of Mammalogy 93 (1), 239-250, 2012
Environmental and social influences on the genetic structure of bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in Southeastern Australia
J Wiszniewski, LB Beheregaray, SJ Allen, LM Möller
Conservation Genetics 11 (4), 1405-1419, 2010
Male reproductive success increases with alliance size in Indo‐Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus)
J Wiszniewski, S Corrigan, LB Beheregaray, LM Möller
Journal of Animal Ecology 81 (2), 423-431, 2012
Long-term migration patterns and bisexual philopatry in a benthic shark species
NC Bass, J Mourier, NA Knott, J Day, T Guttridge, C Brown
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (8), 1414-1421, 2016
Does detection range matter for inferring social networks in a benthic shark using acoustic telemetry?
J Mourier, NC Bass, TL Guttridge, J Day, C Brown
Royal Society Open Science 4 (9), 170485, 2017
Acoustic accelerometry reveals diel activity patterns in premigratory Port Jackson sharks
J Kadar, M Ladds, J Mourier, J Day, C Brown
Ecology and Evolution 9 (16), 8933-8944, 2019
Population genetic analyses reveal female reproductive philopatry in the oviparous Port Jackson shark
J Day, JA Clark, JE Williamson, C Brown, M Gillings
Marine and Freshwater Research 70 (7), 986-994, 2019
Partial replacement of an artificial nectar diet with native browse for feather‐tail gliders (Acrobates pygmaeus) in captivity
EA Herrmann, KV Herrin, W Gleen, P Davies, R Stapley, V Stebbings, ...
Zoo biology 32 (4), 394-399, 2013
The potential role of zoos in climate change research and mitigation
R Spindler, J Wiszniewski, D Slip
Wildlife and Climate Change: towards robust conservation strategies for …, 2012
Intraspecific variation in diel patterns of rocky reef use suggests temporal partitioning in Port Jackson sharks
NC Bass, J Day, TL Guttridge, NA Knott, C Brown
Marine and Freshwater Research, 2021
Australian sperm whales from different whaling stocks belong to the same population
J Day, D Power, R Gales, J Bannister, MP Piggott, K Bilgmann, R Harcourt, ...
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2021
Characterization of 12 polymorphic microsatellite loci in the Port Jackson Shark, Heterodontus portusjacksoni (Meyer, 1793)
JA Clark, C Brown, MR Gillings, M Gardner, JE Williamson, C Izzo, J Day
Marine Biodiversity 49 (1), 505-508, 2019
Preliminary observations on the movement ecology of a crested horn shark (Heterodontus galeatus)
NC Bass, J Day, TL Guttridge, NA Knott, C Brown
Journal of Fish Biology, 2021
Residency and movement patterns of adult Port Jackson sharks (Heterodontus portusjacksoni) at a breeding aggregation site
NC Bass, J Day, TL Guttridge, J Mourier, NA Knott, C Vila Pouca, C Brown
Journal of Fish Biology, 2021
Research in Zoos
R Spindler, J Wiszniewski
Zookeeping: An Introduction to the Science and Technology, 544-554, 2013
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