Kate A. Lee
Kate A. Lee
Sydney Institute of Marine Science
Verified email at sims.org.au
TitleCited byYear
Reef-fidelity and migration of tiger sharks, Galeocerdo cuvier, across the Coral Sea
JM Werry, S Planes, ML Berumen, KA Lee, CD Braun, E Clua
PLoS One 9 (1), e83249, 2014
Size isn't everything: movements, home range, and habitat preferences of eastern blue gropers (Achoerodus viridis) demonstrate the efficacy of a small marine …
KA Lee, C Huveneers, T Macdonald, RG Harcourt
Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems 25 (2), 174-186, 2015
Age and growth determination of three sympatric wobbegong sharks: how reliable is growth band periodicity in Orectolobidae?
C Huveneers, J Stead, MB Bennett, KA Lee, RG Harcourt
Fisheries Research 147, 413-425, 2013
Movements, home range and site fidelity of snapper (Chrysophrys auratus) within a temperate marine protected area
D Harasti, KA Lee, C Gallen, JM Hughes, J Stewart
PLoS One 10 (11), e0142454, 2015
Integrating social network analysis and fine-scale positioning to characterize the associations of a benthic shark
NC Armansin, KA Lee, C Huveneers, RG Harcourt
Animal Behaviour 115, 245-258, 2016
To catch or to sight? A comparison of demographic parameter estimates obtained from mark-recapture and mark-resight models
KA Lee, C Huveneers, O Gimenez, V Peddemors, RG Harcourt
Biodiversity and conservation 23 (11), 2781-2800, 2014
Use of stereo baited remote underwater video systems to estimate the presence and size of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias)
D Harasti, KA Lee, R Laird, R Bradford, B Bruce
Marine and Freshwater Research, 2016
Juvenile white sharks Carcharodon carcharias use estuarine environments in south-eastern Australia
D Harasti, K Lee, B Bruce, C Gallen, R Bradford
Marine biology 164 (3), 58, 2017
Marine Seismic Survey Impacts on Fish and Invertebrates: Final Report for the Gippsland Marine Environmental Monitoring Project
R Przeslawski, D Bruce, J Anderson, S Foster, M Edmunds, A Durrant, ...
Geoscience Australia, 2016
Born to be free? Assessing the viability of releasing captive-bred wobbegongs to restock depleted populations
KA Lee, C Huveneers, V Peddemors, A Boomer, RG Harcourt
Frontiers in Marine Science 2, 18, 2015
Quantifying fish behaviour and commercial catch rates in relation to a marine seismic survey
B Bruce, R Bradford, S Foster, K Lee, M Lansdell, S Cooper, ...
Marine environmental research 140, 18-30, 2018
Environmental correlates of relative abundance of potentially dangerous sharks in nearshore areas, southeastern Australia
KA Lee, M Roughan, RG Harcourt, VM Peddemors
Marine Ecology Progress Series 599, 157-179, 2018
The ocean has depth: two-versus three-dimensional space use estimators in a demersal reef fish
KA Lee, C Huveneers, T Duong, RG Harcourt
Marine Ecology Progress Series 572, 223-241, 2017
Broad-scale movements of juvenile white sharks Carcharodon carcharias in eastern Australia from acoustic and satellite telemetry
BD Bruce, D Harasti, K Lee, C Gallen, R Bradford
Marine Ecology Progress Series 619, 1-15, 2019
Assessing the use of area-and time-averaging based on known de-correlation scales to provide satellite derived sea surface temperatures in coastal areas
KA Lee, M Roughan, H Malcolm, N Otway
Frontiers in Marine Science 5, 261, 2018
Environmental drivers of abundance and residency of a large migratory shark, Carcharhinus leucas, inshore of a dynamic western boundary current
KA Lee, AF Smoothey, RG Harcourt, M Roughan, PA Butcher, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 622, 121-137, 2019
Use of stereo baited remote underwater video systems (stereo-BRUVs) to estimate presence and size of white sharks Carcharodon carcharias
D Harasti, KA Lee, R Laird, NSW Bay
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