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Brad Norman
Brad Norman
Murdoch University - Harry Butler Institute
Verified email at murdoch.edu.au
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An astronomical pattern‐matching algorithm for computer‐aided identification of whale sharks Rhincodon typus
Z Arzoumanian, J Holmberg, B Norman
Journal of Applied Ecology 42 (6), 999-1011, 2005
4062005
Derivation of body motion via appropriate smoothing of acceleration data
ELC Shepard, RP Wilson, LG Halsey, F Quintana, AG Laich, AC Gleiss, ...
Aquatic Biology 4 (3), 235-241, 2008
2702008
Derivation of body motion via appropriate smoothing of acceleration data. Aquat Biol 4: 235–241
E Shepard, R Wilson, L Halsey, F Quintana, A Gómez Laich, A Gleiss, ...
270*2008
Estimating population size, structure, and residency time for whale sharks Rhincodon typus through collaborative photo-identification
J Holmberg, B Norman, Z Arzoumanian
Endangered Species Research 7 (1), 39-53, 2009
2092009
Moved by that sinking feeling: variable diving geometry underlies movement strategies in whale sharks
AC Gleiss, B Norman, RP Wilson
Functional Ecology 25 (3), 595-607, 2011
1612011
Observations on the short-term movements and behaviour of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia
JS Gunn, JD Stevens, TLO Davis, BM Norman
Marine Biology 135 (3), 553-559, 1999
1531999
Rhincodon typus
SJ Pierce, B Norman
The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species, e. T19488A2365291, 2016
1402016
Identification of animal movement patterns using tri-axial magnetometry
HJ Williams, MD Holton, ELC Shepard, N Largey, B Norman, PG Ryan, ...
Movement ecology 5 (1), 6, 2017
1372017
Convergent evolution in locomotory patterns of flying and swimming animals
AC Gleiss, SJ Jorgensen, N Liebsch, JE Sala, B Norman, GC Hays, ...
Nature communications 2, 352, 2011
1372011
Size and maturity status of the whale shark (Rhincodon typus) at Ningaloo Reef in Western Australia
BM Norman, JD Stevens
Fisheries Research 84 (1), 81-86, 2007
1332007
Contrasting diel patterns in vertical movement and locomotor activity of whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef
AC Gleiss, S Wright, N Liebsch, RP Wilson, B Norman
Marine Biology 160 (11), 2981-2992, 2013
1202013
Undersea constellations: the global biology of an endangered marine megavertebrate further informed through citizen science
BM Norman, JA Holmberg, Z Arzoumanian, SD Reynolds, RP Wilson, ...
BioScience 67 (12), 1029-1043, 2017
1002017
ROBUST, COMPARABLE POPULATION METRICS THROUGH COLLABORATIVE PHOTO‐MONITORING OF WHALE SHARKS RHINCODON TYPUS
J Holmberg, B Norman, Z Arzoumanian
Ecological Applications 18 (1), 222-233, 2008
972008
A new prospect for tagging large free-swimming sharks with motion-sensitive data-loggers
AC Gleiss, B Norman, N Liebsch, C Francis, RP Wilson
Fisheries Research 97 (1-2), 11-16, 2009
922009
Consolidation in a wildlife tourism industry: the changing impact of whale shark tourist expenditure in the Ningaloo coast region
J Catlin, T Jones, B Norman, D Wood
International Journal of Tourism Research 12 (2), 134-148, 2010
732010
Aspects of the biology and ecotourism industry of the whale shark Rhincodon typus in north-western Australia
BM Norman
Murdoch University, 1999
731999
Expenditure and ecotourism: predictors of expenditure for whale shark tour participants
T Jones, D Wood, J Catlin, B Norman
Journal of Ecotourism 8 (1), 32-50, 2009
662009
Rhincodon typus
B Norman
IUCN red list of threatened species, 2012-1, 2005
562005
Movement, distribution and marine reserve use by an endangered migratory giant
SD Reynolds, BM Norman, M Beger, CE Franklin, RG Dwyer
Diversity and Distributions 23 (11), 1268-1279, 2017
542017
Paternity analysis in a litter of whale shark embryos
JV Schmidt, CC Chen, SI Sheikh, MG Meekan, BM Norman, SJ Joung
Endangered Species Research 12 (2), 117-124, 2010
512010
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