Megan Grant
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The use of anthropogenic marine debris as a nesting material by brown boobies (Sula leucogaster)
ML Grant, JL Lavers, S Stuckenbrock, PB Sharp, AL Bond
Marine Pollution Bulletin 137, 96-103, 2018
The one-two punch of plastic exposure: macro-and micro-plastics induce multi-organ damage in seabirds
J Rivers-Auty, AL Bond, ML Grant, JL Lavers
Journal of Hazardous Materials 442, 130117, 2023
Seabird breeding islands as sinks for marine plastic debris
ML Grant, JL Lavers, I Hutton, AL Bond
Environmental Pollution 276, 116734, 2021
Seasonal ingestion of anthropogenic debris in an urban population of gulls
LG Stewart, JL Lavers, ML Grant, PS Puskic, AL Bond
Marine Pollution Bulletin 160, 111549, 2020
The influence of seabirds on their breeding, roosting and nesting grounds: A systematic review and meta‐analysis
ML Grant, AL Bond, JL Lavers
Journal of Animal Ecology 91 (6), 1266-1289, 2022
New methods for the quantification of ingested nano-and ultrafine plastics in seabirds
BC Keys, ML Grant, T Rodemann, KA Mylius, TL Pinfold, J Rivers-Auty, ...
Environmental Science & Technology 57 (1), 310-320, 2022
A standardised method for estimating the level of visible debris in bird nests
ML Grant, NJ O'hanlon, JL Lavers, EA Masden, NA James, AL Bond
Marine Pollution Bulletin 172, 112889, 2021
Ingested plastics in beach-washed Fairy Prions Pachyptila turtur from Tasmania
JL Lavers, AM de Jersey, NR Jones, LG Stewart, HS Charlton-Howard, ...
Marine Pollution Bulletin 184, 114096, 2022
Comparing methods for monitoring nest debris using silver gulls as a case study
GE Henderson, ML Grant, JL Lavers
Marine Pollution Bulletin 177, 113482, 2022
Seabirds as vectors for nutrients and pollutants to islands
M Grant
University of Tasmania, 2024
The one-two punch of plastic exposure: macro-and micro-plastics induce multi-organ damage in seabirds
J Auty, AL Bond, M Grant, J Lavers
University Of Tasmania, 2023
Science unfiltered: Dispatches from the frontlines of a rapidly changing world
J Lavers, L Stewart, M Grant, L Rickard
University Of Tasmania, 2021
Seabird Transported Contaminants are Dispersed in Island Ecosystems
ML Grant, AL Bond, SM Reichman, JL Lavers
Available at SSRN 4628887, 0
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L Stewart, M Grant, J Lavers
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