Arthur Georges
Arthur Georges
Institute for Applied Ecology, University of Canberra
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The conservation status of the world’s reptiles
M Böhm, B Collen, JEM Baillie, P Bowles, J Chanson, N Cox, ...
Biological Conservation 157, 372-385, 2013
The ends of a continuum: genetic and temperature‐dependent sex determination in reptiles
SD Sarre, A Georges, A Quinn
Bioessays 26 (6), 639-645, 2004
Analysis and interpretation of benthic macroinvertebrate surveys.
RH Norris, A Georges
A global analysis of tortoise and freshwater turtle distributions with identification of priority conservation areas
KA Buhlmann, TSB Akre, JB Iverson, D Karapatakis, RA Mittermeier, ...
Chelonian Conservation and Biology 8 (2), 116-149, 2009
The Genome 10K Project — A Way Forward
SJ Koepfli, K.P., Paten, B., Genome 10K Community of Scientists [incl ...
Annual Review of Animal Biosciences 3, 57-111, 2015
Hatchling sex in the marine turtle Caretta caretta is determined by proportion of development at a temperature, not daily duration of exposure
A Georges, C Limpus, R Stoutjesdijk
Journal of Experimental Zoology 270 (5), 432-444, 1994
Temperature sex reversal implies sex gene dosage in a reptile
AE Quinn, A Georges, SD Sarre, F Guarino, T Ezaz, JAM Graves
Science 316 (5823), 411-411, 2007
Nest site choice compensates for climate effects on sex ratios in a lizard with environmental sex determination
JS Doody, E Guarino, A Georges, B Corey, G Murray, M Ewert
Evolutionary Ecology 20 (4), 307-330, 2006
Turtles of the World: Annotated Checklist and Atlas of Taxonomy, Synonomy, Distribution, and Conservation Status
AGJ Rhodin, JB Iverson, R Bour, U Fritz, A Georges, HB Shaffer, ...
Chelonian Research Foundation and Turtle Conservancy, 2017
Heterogeneous wetland complexes, buffer zones, and travel corridors: landscape management for freshwater reptiles
JH Roe, A Georges
Biological Conservation 135 (1), 67-76, 2007
Sex reversal triggers the rapid transition from genetic to temperature-dependent sex
CE Holleley, D O'Meally, SD Sarre, JAM Graves, T Ezaz, K Matsubara, ...
Nature 523 (7558), 79-82, 2015
DNA detective: a review of molecular approaches to wildlife forensics
EA Alacs, A Georges, NN FitzSimmons, J Robertson
Forensic science, medicine, and pathology 6 (3), 180-194, 2010
The dragon lizard Pogona vitticeps has ZZ/ZW micro-sex chromosomes
T Ezaz, AE Quinn, I Miura, SD Sarre, A Georges, JAM Graves
Chromosome Research 13 (8), 763-776, 2005
Modelling development of reptile embryos under fluctuating temperature regimes
A Georges, K Beggs, JE Young, JS Doody
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 78 (1), 18-30, 2005
Sex chromosome evolution in lizards: independent origins and rapid transitions
T Ezaz, SD Sarre, D O’Meally, JAM Graves, A Georges
Cytogenetic and genome research 127 (2-4), 249-260, 2009
Genetic evidence for co-occurrence of chromosomal and thermal sex-determining systems in a lizard
RS Radder, AE Quinn, A Georges, SD Sarre, R Shine
Biology Letters 4 (2), 176-178, 2008
Wildlife across our borders: a review of the illegal trade in Australia
E Alacs, A Georges
Australian Journal of Forensic Sciences 40 (2), 147-160, 2008
A phylogeny for side-necked turtles (Chelonia: Pleurodira) based on mitochondrial and nuclear gene sequence variation
A Georges, J Birrell, KM Saint, WP McCord, SC Donnellan
Biological Journal of the Linnean Society 67 (2), 213-246, 1999
Global biodiversity assessment and hyper-cryptic species complexes: more than one species of elephant in the room?
M Adams, TA Raadik, CP Burridge, A Georges
Systematic Biology 63 (4), 518-533, 2014
Female turtles from hot nests: is it duration of incubation or proportion of development at high temperatures that matters?
A Georges
Oecologia 81 (3), 323-328, 1989
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