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2019

Greenwell, C.N., Dunlop, J.N. and Loneragan, N.R. (2019) Nest desertion: An anti-predator strategy of the Australian Fairy Tern Sternula nereis nereis. Marine Ornithology, 47 (2). pp. 193-197.

2018

Shephard, J.M., Dunlop, J.N. and Bouten, W. (2018) Foraging movements of common noddies in the East Indian Ocean are dependent on breeding stage: implications for marine reserve design. Pacific Conservation Biology, In press .

Labbé, A.M.T., Le Souëf, A.T., Dunlop, J.N., Calver, M.C.ORCID: 0000-0001-9082-2902, Shephard, J.M. and van Keulen, M.ORCID: 0000-0001-6235-5788 (2018) Pentosidine levels cannot be used to age a long-lived seabird. Emu - Austral Ornithology, 119 (2). pp. 186-190.

2017

Labbé, A.M.T., Dunlop, J.N., Calver, M.ORCID: 0000-0001-9082-2902, Shephard, J.M. and van Keulen, M.ORCID: 0000-0001-6235-5788 (2017) Restoration of native vegetation and re-introduction of Malva preissiana on Penguin Island – Preliminary findings. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 100 (1). pp. 1-3.

2013

Labbé, A.M.T, Dunlop, J.N. and Loneragan, N.R. (2013) Central place foraging and feather regrowth rate in bridled terns (Onychoprion anaethetus): an insight from stable isotopes. Marine and Freshwater Research, 64 (12). pp. 1184-1191.

2007

Dunlop, J.N. and Pedelty, P. (2007) Selected longevity records for bridled terns sterna anaethetus breeding on Penguin Island, Western Australia. Corella, 31 (3). pp. 76-78.

2005

Dunlop, J.N. (2005) The demography of a new Common Noddy (Anous stolidus) colony during the establishment period. Emu, 105 (2). pp. 99-104.

2002

Dunlop, J.N., Long, P., Stejskal, I. and Surman, C. (2002) Inter-annual variations in breeding participation at four Western Australian colonies of the Wedge-tailed shearwater Puffinus pacificus. Marine Ornithology, 30 (1). pp. 13-18.

2001

Dunlop, J.N., Surman, C.A. and Wooller, R.D. (2001) The marine distribution of seabirds from Christmas Island, Indian Ocean. Emu, 101 (1). pp. 19-24.

1999

Dunlop, J.N. and Goldberg, J.A. (1999) The establishment of a new Brown Noddy anous stolidus breeding colony off South-Western Australia. Emu, 99 (1). pp. 36-39.

1991

Wooller, R.D., Dunlop, J.N., Klomp, N.I., Meathrel, C.E. and Wienecke, B.C. (1991) Seabird abundance, distribution and breeding patterns in relation to the Leeuwin Current. Journal of the Royal Society of Western Australia, 74 . pp. 129-132.

1987

Dunlop, J.N. (1987) Social behaviour and colony formation in a population of crested terns, Sterna bergii, in South-western Australia. Wildlife Research, 14 (4). pp. 529-540.

1986

Dunlop, James Nicholas (1986) The comparative breeding biology of sympatric crested terns Sterna bergii (Lichtenstein), and Silver Gulls Larus novaehollandiae (Stephens) in south-western Australia. PhD thesis, Murdoch University.

1981

Wooller, R.D. and Dunlop, J.N. (1981) Annual variation in the clutch and egg sizes of silver gulls, larus novaehollandiae. Wildlife Research, 8 (2). pp. 431-433.

Wooller, R.D. and Dunlop, J.N. (1981) The use of a single external measurement for determining sex in a population of silver gulls, Larus novaehollandiae. Wildlife Research, 8 (3). p. 679.

1980

Wooller, R.D. and Dunlop, J.N. (1980) The use of simple measurements to determine the age of silver gull eggs. Wildlife Research, 7 (1). pp. 113-115.

1979

Wooller, R.D. and Dunlop, J.N. (1979) Multiple laying by the silver gull, lams novaehollandiae stephens, on Carnac Island, Western Australia. Wildlife Research, 6 (3). pp. 325-335.

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