Amélie Augé
Amélie Augé
Northland Regional Council
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TitleCited byYear
Integrated cross-realm planning: A decision-makers' perspective
JG Álvarez-Romero, VM Adams, RL Pressey, M Douglas, AP Dale, ...
Biological Conservation 191, 799-808, 2015
282015
Foraging behaviour indicates marginal marine habitat for New Zealand sea lions: remnant versus recolonising populations
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, AB Moore, LS Davis
Marine Ecology Progress Series 432, 247-256, 2011
212011
Importance of studying foraging site fidelity for spatial conservation measures in a mobile predator
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, AB Moore, LS Davis
Animal Conservation 17 (1), 61-71, 2014
182014
Aggregation and dispersion of female New Zealand sea lions at the Sandy Bay breeding colony, Auckland Islands: how unusual is their spatial behaviour?
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, A Moore, R Mathieu, BC Robertson
Behaviour, 1287-1311, 2009
172009
Catchment-scale governance in Northern Australia: A preliminary evaluation
AP Dale, B Pressey, VM Adams, JG Alvarez-Romero, M Digby, R Dobbs, ...
Journal of Economic & Social Policy 16 (1), 6, 2014
152014
Framework for mapping key areas for marine megafauna to inform Marine Spatial Planning: The Falkland Islands case study
AA Augé, MP Dias, B Lascelles, AMM Baylis, A Black, PD Boersma, ...
Marine Policy 92, 61-72, 2018
122018
Use of local ecological knowledge to investigate endangered baleen whale recovery in the Falkland Islands
VF Frans, AA Augé
Biological conservation 202, 127-137, 2016
122016
Predicting interactions between recolonising marine mammals and fisheries: defining precautionary management
AA Augé, AB Moore, BL Chilvers
Fisheries Management and Ecology 19 (5), 426-433, 2012
92012
Autumn diet of recolonising female New Zealand sea lions based at Otago Peninsula, South Island, New Zealand
AA Augé, C Lalas, LS Davis, BL Chilvers
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46 (1), 97-110, 2012
92012
In the shallow end: diving behaviour of recolonising female New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) around the Otago Peninsula
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, LS Davis, AB Moore
Canadian Journal of Zoology 89 (12), 1195-1205, 2011
82011
On‐land habitat preferences of female New Zealand sea lions at Sandy Bay, Auckland Islands
AA Augé, BL Chilvers, R Mathieu, AB Moore
Marine Mammal Science 28 (3), 620-637, 2012
72012
Foraging ecology of recolonising female New Zealand sea lions around the Otago Peninsula
AA Augé
PhD thesis, University of Otago, Dunedin, New Zealand. http://otago …, 2010
72010
Participatory mapping to elicit cultural coastal values for Marine Spatial Planning in a remote archipelago
D Blake, AA Augé, K Sherren
Ocean & coastal management 148, 195-203, 2017
52017
Foraging ecology of recolonising female New Zealand sea lions around the Otago Peninsula, New Zealand
AA Augé
PhD University of Otago, 2011
52011
Behavioural responses and attraction of New Zealand sea lions to on-land female decoys
AA Auge, BL Chilvers
New Zealand Journal of Zoology 37 (2), 107-119, 2010
52010
Quantifying apart what belongs together: A multi‐state species distribution modelling framework for species using distinct habitats
VF Frans, AA Augé, H Edelhoff, S Erasmi, N Balkenhol, JO Engler
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9 (1), 98-108, 2018
42018
GIS-based multi-criteria analysis of breeding habitats for recolonising species: New Zealand sea lions
H MacMillan, AB Moore, AA Augé, BL Chilvers
Ocean & coastal management 130, 162-171, 2016
42016
Foraging behaviour of juvenile female New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) in contrasting environments
ES Leung, AA Augé, BL Chilvers, AB Moore, BC Robertson
PlosOne 8 (5), e62728, 2013
42013
Anthropogenic debris in the diet of turkey vultures (Cathartes aura) in a remote and low-populated South Atlantic island
AA Augé
Polar Biology 40, 799-805, 2017
32017
Marine Spatial Planning for the Falkland Islands
AA Augé, B Lascelles, M Dias
Methodology for identification of important areas for marine megafauna …, 2015
32015
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