Takahiro Shimada
Takahiro Shimada
Principal Conservation Officer, Queensland Government
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Fidelity to foraging sites after long migrations
T Shimada, CJ Limpus, M Hamann, I Bell, N Esteban, R Groom, GC Hays
Journal of Animal Ecology 89 (4), 1008-1016, 2020
Satellite tracking of sympatric marine megafauna can inform the biological basis for species co-management
C Gredzens, H Marsh, MMPB Fuentes, CJ Limpus, T Shimada, ...
PloS one 9 (6), e98944, 2014
Site fidelity, ontogenetic shift and diet composition of green turtles Chelonia mydas in Japan inferred from stable isotope analysis
T Shimada, S Aoki, K Kameda, J Hazel, K Reich, N Kamezaki
Endangered Species Research 25, 151-164, 2014
Sea turtles return home after intentional displacement from coastal foraging areas
T Shimada, C Limpus, R Jones, J Hazel, R Groom, M Hamann
Marine Biology 163 (1), 1-14, 2016
Improving data retention and home range estimates by data-driven screening
T Shimada, R Jones, C Limpus, M Hamann
Marine Ecology Progress Series 457, 171-180, 2012
Global COVID-19 lockdown highlights humans as both threats and custodians of the environment
AE Bates, RB Primack, BS Biggar, TJ Bird, ME Clinton, RJ Command, ...
Biological Conservation 263, 109175, 2021
Aligning habitat use with management zoning to reduce vessel strike of sea turtles
T Shimada, C Limpus, R Jones, M Hamann
Ocean & Coastal Management 142, 163-172, 2017
Long-term and seasonal patterns of sea turtle home ranges in warm coastal foraging habitats: implications for conservation
T Shimada, R Jones, C Limpus, R Groom, M Hamann
Marine Ecology Progress Series 562, 163-179, 2016
Socio-economic drivers of adoption of small-scale aquaculture in Indonesia
A Diedrich, J Blythe, E Petersen, E Euriga, A Fatchiya, T Shimada, ...
Sustainability 11 (6), 1543, 2019
Optimising sample sizes for animal distribution analysis using tracking data
T Shimada, M Thums, M Hamann, CJ Limpus, GC Hays, NN FitzSimmons, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (2), 288-297, 2021
Satellite Tracking Reveals Nesting Patterns, Site Fidelity, and Potential Impacts of Warming on Major Green Turtle Rookeries in the Red Sea
T Shimada, CM Duarte, AM Al-Suwailem, LK Tanabe, MG Meekan
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 2021
Improving the estimates of abundance of dugongs and large immature and adult-sized green turtles in Western and Central Torres Strait
R Hagihara, C Cleguer, S Preston, S Sobtzick, M Hamann, T Shimada, ...
Report to the National Environmental Science Programme 53, 2016
Distribution and temporal trends in the abundance of nesting sea turtles in the Red Sea
T Shimada, MG Meekan, R Baldwin, AM Al-Suwailem, C Clarke, ...
Biological Conservation 261, 109235, 2021
Multiple satellite tracking datasets inform green turtle conservation at a regional scale
LC Ferreira, M Thums, S Fossette, P Wilson, T Shimada, AD Tucker, ...
Diversity and Distributions 27 (2), 249-266, 2021
Time-restricted orientation of green turtles
T Shimada, R Jones, C Limpus, M Hamann
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 484, 31-38, 2016
Adapting dugong catching techniques to different cultural and environmental settings
MMPB Fuentes, C Cleguer, N Liebsch, G Bedford, D Amber, C Hankin, ...
Marine mammal science 29, 159-166, 2013
Conservation and Enforcement Capacity index (CECi): Integrating human development, economy, and marine turtle status
H Barrios-Garrido, T Shimada, A Diedrich, M Hamann
Journal of environmental management 262, 110311, 2020
Guiana Dolphin (Sotalia guianensis) in the southern Gulf of Venezuela: Seasonal distribution, group size, and habitat use
N Espinoza-Rodríguez, K De Turris-Morales, T Shimada, ...
Regional Studies in Marine Science 32, 100874, 2019
Spatial ecology and conservation of sea turtles in coastal foraging habitat
T Shimada
James Cook University, 2015
High accuracy tracking reveals how small conservation areas can protect marine megafauna
GC Hays, JA Mortimer, A Rattray, T Shimada, N Esteban
Ecological Applications 31 (7), e02418, 2021
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