Journal Articles

  1. et. al. Translating Marine Animal Tracking Data into Conservation Policy and Management. Trends in Ecology & Evolution 34(5), 459-473.
  2. & Potential male leatherback hatchlings exhibit higher fitness which might balance sea turtle sex ratios in the face of climate change. Climatic Change
  3. & Optimism for mitigation of climate warming impacts for sea turtles through nest shading and relocation. Scientific Reports 8(1)
  4. & The discovery of deep-water seagrass meadows in a pristine Indian Ocean wilderness revealed by tracking green turtles. Marine Pollution Bulletin 134, 99-105.
  5. & New Tools to Identify the Location of Seagrass Meadows: Marine Grazers as Habitat Indicators. Frontiers in Marine Science 5
  6. & Implications of location accuracy and data volume for home range estimation and fine-scale movement analysis: comparing Argos and Fastloc-GPS tracking data. Marine Biology 164(10)
  7. & Fastloc-GPS reveals daytime departure and arrival during long-distance migration and the use of different resting strategies in sea turtles. Marine Biology 164(9)
  8. & How numbers of nesting sea turtles can be overestimated by nearly a factor of two. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences 284(1849), 20162581
  9. & Diel and seasonal patterns in activity and home range size of green turtles on their foraging grounds revealed by extended Fastloc-GPS tracking. Marine Biology 164(1)
  10. & Male hatchling production in sea turtles from one of the world’s largest marine protected areas, the Chagos Archipelago. Scientific Reports 6(1)
  11. & Sand temperatures for nesting sea turtles in the Caribbean: Implications for hatchling sex ratios in the face of climate change. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 474, 92-99.
  12. & Green and hawksbill turtles in the Lesser Antilles demonstrate behavioural plasticity in inter-nesting behaviour and post-nesting migration. Marine Biology
  13. & Use of Long-Distance Migration Patterns of an Endangered Species to Inform Conservation Planning for the World's Largest Marine Protected Area. Conservation Biology 28(6), 1636-1644.
  14. & Marine mammals of the Northeastern Caribbean Windward Dutch islands: Saba, St Eustatius, St Maarten and the Saba Bank. Caribbean Journal of Science 47(2-3), 159-172.
  15. & Observations on the whale shark (Rhincodon typus) in the Dutch Caribbean. Caribbean Journal of Science 47(2-3), 344-399.
  16. & Noteworthy sea turtle nesting records for the Netherlands Antilles. Journal of Caribbean Science 41(2), 334-339.


  1. Diver guide to Statia National Marine Park, St Eustatius, Dutch Caribbean. Dutch Caribbean: STENAPA, St Eustatius.