Andrew Chin, PhD
Andrew Chin, PhD
College of Science and Engineering, James Cook University
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An integrated risk assessment for climate change: analysing the vulnerability of sharks and rays on Australia's Great Barrier Reef
A Chin, PM Kyne, TI Walker, RB McAULEY
Global change biology 16 (7), 1936-1953, 2010
Vulnerability of chondrichthyan fishes of the Great Barrier Reef to climate change
A Chin, PM Kyne
Climate change and the Great Barrier Reef. A vulnerability assessment, Great …, 2007
Batoid nurseries: definition, use and importance
APB Martins, MR Heupel, A Chin, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 595, 253-267, 2018
Ontogenetic movements of juvenile blacktip reef sharks: evidence of dispersal and connectivity between coastal habitats and coral reefs.
A Chin, MR Heupel, CA Simpfendorfer, AJ Tobin
Aquatic Conservation 23 (3), 2013
Variable response of coastal sharks to severe tropical storms: environmental cues and changes in space use
V Udyawer, A Chin, DM Knip, CA Simpfendorfer, MR Heupel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 480, 171-183, 2013
Blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) show high capacity for wound healing and recovery following injury
A Chin, J Mourier, JL Rummer
Conservation Physiology 3 (1), cov062, 2015
Multimodel approaches in shark and ray growth studies: strengths, weaknesses and the future
JJ Smart, A Chin, AJ Tobin, CA Simpfendorfer
Fish and Fisheries 17 (4), 955-971, 2016
Status of coral reefs of the Pacific and outlook: 2011
A Chin, T Lison de Loma, K Reytar, S Planes, K Gerhardt, E Clua, L Burke, ...
Global coral reef monitoring network, 2011
From hunters to nature observers: a record of 53 years of diver attitudes towards sharks and rays and marine protected areas
S Whatmough, I Van Putten, A Chin
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (6), 755-763, 2011
Validated age, growth and reproductive biology of Carcharhinus melanopterus, a widely distributed and exploited reef shark
A Chin, C Simpfendorfer, A Tobin, M Heupel
Marine and Freshwater Research 64 (10), 965-975, 2013
Population structure and residency patterns of the blacktip reef shark Carcharhinus melanopterus in turbid coastal environments
A Chin, AJ Tobin, MR Heupel, CA Simpfendorfer
Journal of Fish Biology 82 (4), 1192-1210, 2013
Reef sharks and inshore habitats: patterns of occurrence and implications for vulnerability
A Chin, A Tobin, C Simpfendorfer, M Heupel
Marine Ecology Progress Series 460, 115-125, 2012
Differential privacy as a response to the reidentification threat: The Facebook advertiser case study
A Chin, A Klinefelter
NCL Rev. 90, 1417, 2011
Interspecific interactions, movement patterns and habitat use in a diverse coastal shark assemblage
MR Heupel, SEM Munroe, EJI Lédée, A Chin, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine Biology 166, 1-17, 2019
Carcharhinus falciformis
CL Rigby, CS Sherman, A Chin, C Simpfendorfer
The IUCN red list of threatened species, 2017-3, 2017
When sharks are away, rays will play: effects of top predator removal in coral reef ecosystems
CS Sherman, MR Heupel, SK Moore, A Chin, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine Ecology Progress Series 641, 145-157, 2020
Are we underestimating elasmobranch abundances on baited remote underwater video systems (BRUVS) using traditional metrics?
CS Sherman, A Chin, MR Heupel, CA Simpfendorfer
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 503, 80-85, 2018
Categorising use patterns of non-marine environments by elasmobranchs and a review of their extinction risk
MI Grant, PM Kyne, CA Simpfendorfer, WT White, A Chin
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 29, 689-710, 2019
Age, growth and maturity of oceanic whitetip shark (Carcharhinus longimanus) from Papua New Guinea
BM D’Alberto, A Chin, JJ Smart, L Baje, WT White, CA Simpfendorfer
Marine and Freshwater Research 68 (6), 1118-1129, 2016
Adaptive management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate
MMPB Fuentes, L Chambers, A Chin, P Dann, K Dobbs, H Marsh, ...
Mitigation and adaptation strategies for global change 21, 209-224, 2016
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