Dr Jordy Thomson

STAFF PROFILE

Position

Visitor

Faculty

Faculty of Sci Eng & Built Env

Department

Centre for Integrative Ecology

Campus

Warrnambool Campus

Contact

jordy.thomson@deakin.edu.au
+61 3 556 33037

Publications

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2018

Individual specialization in a migratory grazer reflects long-term diet selectivity on a foraging ground: implications for isotope-based tracking

Jordan Thomson, Elizabeth Whitman, Maria Garcia-Rojas, Alecia Bellgrove, Merrick Ekins, Graeme Hays, Michael Heithaus

(2018), Vol. 188, pp. 429-439, Oecologia, Berlin, Germany, C1

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2017

Predicting seagrass recovery times and their implications following an extreme climate event

R Nowicki, J Thomson, D Burkholder, J Fourqurean, M Heithaus

(2017), Vol. 567, pp. 79-93, Marine ecology progress series, Oldendorf, Germany, C1

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Implications of location accuracy and data volume for home range estimation and fine-scale movement analysis: comparing Argos and Fastloc-GPS tracking data

J Thomson, L Börger, M Christianen, N Esteban, J Laloe, G Hays

(2017), Vol. 164, pp. 1-9, Marine biology, Berlin, Germany, C1

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Feeding the world's largest fish: highly variable whale shark residency patterns at a provisioning site in the Philippines

J Thomson, G Araujo, J Labaja, E McCoy, R Murray, A Ponzo

(2017), Vol. 4, pp. 1-15, Royal Society open science, London, Eng., C1

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2016

The sea turtle rookery at Gnaraloo Bay, Western Australia: using nocturnal observations to validate diurnal track interpretations

J Thomson, N Hajnoczky, K Hattingh

(2016), Vol. 15, pp. 187-196, Chelonian conservation and biology, Lunenberg, Mass., C1-1

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2015

Extreme temperatures, foundation species, and abrupt ecosystem change: an example from an iconic seagrass ecosystem

J Thomson, D Burkholder, M Heithaus, J Fourqurean, M Fraser, J Statton, G Kendrick

(2015), Vol. 21, pp. 1463-1474, Global change biology, Chichester, Eng., C1-1

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Intraspecific behavioral dynamics in a green turtle Chelonia mydas foraging aggregation

J Thomson, A Gulick, M Heithaus

(2015), Vol. 532, pp. 243-256, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Oldendorf, Germany, C1-1

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2014

Animal-borne video reveals seasonal activity patterns of green sea turtles and the importance of accounting for capture stress in short-term biologging

J Thomson, M Heithaus

(2014), Vol. 450, pp. 15-20, Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2013

Correcting for heterogeneous availability bias in surveys of long-diving marine turtles

J Thomson, A Cooper, D Burkholder, M Heithaus, L Dill

(2013), Vol. 165, pp. 154-161, Biological conservation, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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Apparent resource partitioning and trophic structure of large-bodied marine predators in a relatively pristine seagrass ecosystem

M Heithaus, J Vaudo, S Kreicker, C Layman, M Krützen, D Burkholder, K Gastrich, C Bessey, R Sarabia, K Cameron, A Wirsing, J Thomson, M Dunphy-Daly

(2013), Vol. 481, pp. 225-237, Marine ecology progress series, Oldendorf, Germany, C1-1

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2012

Site specialists, diet generalists? isotopic variation, site fidelity, and foraging by loggerhead turtles in Shark Bay, Western Australia

J Thomson, M Heithaus, D Burkholder, J Vaudo, A Wirsing, L Dill

(2012), Vol. 453, pp. 213-226, Marine ecology progress series, Oldendorf, Germany, C1-1

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Heterogeneous patterns of availability for detection during visual surveys: spatiotemporal variation in sea turtle dive-surfacing behaviour on a feeding ground

J Thomson, A Cooper, D Burkholder, M Heithaus, L Dill

(2012), Vol. 3, pp. 378-387, Methods in ecology and evolution, London, Eng., C1-1

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2011

Diversity in trophic interactions of green sea turtles Chelonia mydas on a relatively pristine coastal foraging ground

D Burkholder, M Heithaus, J Thomson, J Fourqurean

(2011), Vol. 439, pp. 277-293, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Oldendorf, Germany, C1-1

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Informing the interpretation of dive profiles using animal-borne video: a marine turtle case study

J Thomson, M Heithaus, L Dill

(2011), Vol. 410, pp. 12-20, Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, C1-1

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2009

Towards a predictive framework for predator risk effects: the interaction of landscape features and prey escape tactics

M Heithaus, A Wirsing, D Burkholder, J Thomson, L Dill

(2009), Vol. 78, pp. 556-562, Journal of animal ecology, London, Eng., C1-1

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Funded Projects at Deakin

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Supervisions

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