Turtle with a tracking device

Turtle with a tracking device

Professor Brendan Godley
Professor of Conservation Science/Director of the Centre for Ecology & Conservation

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Key publications



Snape RTE, Broderick AC, Çiçek BA, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Stokes K, Godley BJ (2016). Shelf life: Neritic habitat use of a turtle population highly threatened by fisheries. Diversity and Distributions, 22(7), 797-807. Abstract. DOI.
Stokes KL, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Candan O, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Levy Y, Rees AF, Rilov G, Snape RT, et al (2015). Migratory corridors and foraging hotspots: Critical habitats identified for Mediterranean green turtles. Diversity and Distributions Abstract. DOI.
Stokes KL, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Candan O, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Levy Y, Rees AF, Rilov G, Snape RT, et al (2015). Migratory corridors and foraging hotspots: Critical habitats identified for Mediterranean green turtles. Diversity and Distributions, 21(6), 665-674. Abstract. DOI.
Fossette S, Witt MJ, Miller P, Nalovic MA, Albareda D, Almeida AP, Broderick AC, Chacón-Chaverri D, Coyne MS, Domingo A, et al (2014). Pan-atlantic analysis of the overlap of a highly migratory species, the leatherback turtle, with pelagic longline fisheries. Proc Biol Sci, 281(1780). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2014). So excellent a fishe: a global overview of legal marine turtle fisheries. Diversity and Distributions
Scott R, Hodgson DJ, Witt MJ, Coyne MS, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Richardson PB, Rees AF, Godley BJ, Coyne MS, et al (2012). Global analysis of satellite tracking data shows that adult green turtles are significantly aggregated in Marine Protected Areas. Global Ecology and Biogeography Abstract. DOI.

Publications by category


Journal articles

Patricio AR, Formia A, Barbosa C, Broderick AC, Bruford M, Carreras C, Catry P, Ciofi C, Regalla A, Godley BJ, et al (In Press). Dispersal of green turtles from Africa’s largest rookery assessed through genetic markers. Marine Ecology Progress Series Full text.
Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Chaloupka M, Saba VS, Bellini C, Marcovaldi MAG, Santos AJ, Bortolon LFW, Meylan AB, Meylan PA, et al (In Press). Ecological regime shift drives declining growth rates of sea turtles throughout the West Atlantic. Global Change Biology Full text.
Patino-Martinez J, Marco A, Quinones L, Godley BJ (In Press). Globally significant nesting of the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) on the Caribbean coast of Colombia and Panama. (for pre-print please contact juanpatino@ebd.csic.es). Biological Conservation
Patino-Martinez J, Godley BJ, Quinones L, Marco A (In Press). Impact of tropical forest logging on the reproductive success of leatherback turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series Full text.
Rees AF, Carreras C, Broderick AC, Margaritoulis D, Stringell T, Godley BJ (In Press). Linking loggerhead locations: using multiple methods to determine the origin of sea turtles in feeding grounds. Marine Biology Full text.
Doherty PD, Baxter JM, Gell FR, Godley BJ, Graham RT, Hall G, Hall J, Hawkes LA, Henderson SM, Johnson L, et al (In Press). Long-term satellite tracking reveals variable seasonal migration strategies of basking sharks in the north-east Atlantic. Scientific Reports Full text.
Godley BJ, Witt MJ, Galloway TS, Nelms SE, Coombes C, Foster LC, Lindeque PK (In Press). Marine anthropogenic litter on British beaches: a 10-year nationwide assessment using citizen science data. Science of the Total Environment Full text.
Chevis MG, Godley BJ, Lewis JP, Lewis JJ, Scales KL, Graham RT (In Press). Movement patterns of juvenile hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) at a Caribbean coral atoll: long-term tracking using passive acoustic telemetry. Endangered Species Research Full text.
Stevens M, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Lown AE, Troscianko J, Weber N, Weber SB (In Press). Phenotype-Environment Matching in Sand Fleas. Biology Letters Full text.
Stringell TB, Clerveaux WV, Godley BJ, Phillips Q, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, Broderick AC (In Press). Protecting the breeders: research informs legislative change in a marine turtle fishery. Biodiversity and Conservation Abstract. DOI.
Ortiz N, Mangel JC, Wang J, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Pingo S, Jimenez A, Suarez T, Swimmer Y, Carvalho F, Godley BJ, et al (In Press). Reducing green turtle bycatch in small-scale fisheries using illuminated gillnets: the Cost of Saving a Sea Turtle. Marine Ecology Progress Series Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rees AF, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Barata PCR, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Bourjea J, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Cardona L, Carreras C, et al (In Press). Review: Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles?. Endangered Species Research Full text.
Votier SC, Grecian WJ, Witt MJ, Bearhop, Attrill M, Godley BJ (In Press). Seabird diversity hotspot linked to ocean productivity in the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem. Biology Letters Full text.
Scott R, Biastoch A, Agamboue PD, Bayer T, Boussamba FI, Formia A, Godley BJ, Mabert BDK, Manfoumbi JC, Schwarzkopf FU, et al (In Press). Spatiotemporal variation in ocean current driven hatchling dispersion: implications for the world’s largest leatherback sea turtle nesting region. Diversity and Distributions Full text.
Doherty PD, Baxter JM, Godley BJ, Graham RT, Hall G, Hall J, Hawkes LA, Henderson SM, Johnson L, Witt MJ, et al (In Press). Testing the boundaries: Seasonal residency and inter-annual site fidelity of basking sharks in a proposed marine protected area. Biological Conservation Full text.
Casale P, Abitsi G, Aboro MP, Agamboue PD, Agbode L, Allela NL, Angueko D, Bibang Bi Nguema JN, Boussamba F, Cardiec F, et al (2017). A first estimate of sea turtle bycatch in the industrial trawling fishery of Gabon. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26(10), 2421-2433. Abstract. DOI.
Weber SB, Weber N, Godley BJ, Pelembe T, Stroud S, Williams N, Broderick AC (2017). Ascension Island as a mid-Atlantic developmental habitat for juvenile hawksbill turtles. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 97(4), 813-820. Abstract. DOI.
Humber F, Andriamahaino ET, Beriziny T, Botosoamananto R, Godley BJ, Gough C, Pedron S, Ramahery V, Broderick AC (2017). Assessing the small-scale shark fishery of Madagascar through community-based monitoring and knowledge. Fisheries Research, 186, 131-143. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hancock JM, Furtado S, Merino S, Godley BJ, Nuno A (2017). Exploring drivers and deterrents of the illegal consumption and trade of marine turtle products in Cape Verde, and implications for conservation planning. ORYX, 51(3), 428-436. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Nicolas T, Raynaud O, Pichon F, Broderick A (2017). Placing Madagascar's marine turtle populations in a regional context using community-based monitoring. ORYX, 51(3), 542-553. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Cox SL, Witt MJ, Embling CB, Godley BJ, Hosegood PJ, Miller PI, Votier SC, Ingram SN (2017). Temporal patterns in habitat use by small cetaceans at an oceanographically dynamic marine renewable energy test site in the Celtic Sea. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 141, 178-190. Abstract. DOI.
Metcalfe K, Collins T, Abernethy KE, Boumba R, Dengui J-C, Miyalou R, Parnell RJ, Plummer KE, Russell DJF, Safou GK, et al (2016). Addressing Uncertainty in Marine Resource Management; Combining Community Engagement and Tracking Technology to Characterize Human Behavior. Conservation Letters, 10(4), 460-469. Full text. DOI.
Rees AF, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Barata PCR, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Bourjea J, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Cardona L, Carreras C, et al (2016). Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles?. Endangered Species Research, 31(1), 337-382. Abstract. DOI.
Bicknell AWJ, Godley BJ, Sheehan EV, Votier SC, Witt MJ (2016). Camera technology for monitoring marine biodiversity and human impact. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14(8), 424-432. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Greaves D, Conley D, Magagna D, Aires E, Chambel Leitão J, Witt M, Embling CB, Godley BJ, Bicknell AWJ, Saulnier JB, et al (2016). Environmental Impact Assessment: Gathering experiences from wave energy test centres in Europe. International Journal of Marine Energy, 14, 68-79. Abstract. DOI.
Colman LP, Patrício ARC, McGowan A, Santos AJB, Marcovaldi MÂ, Bellini C, Godley BJ (2016). Long-term growth and survival dynamics of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at an isolated tropical archipelago in Brazil. Marine Biology, 162(1), 111-122. Abstract. DOI.
Garrett JK, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Johanning L (2016). Long-term underwater sound measurements in the shipping noise indicator bands 63Hz and 125Hz from the port of Falmouth Bay, UK. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 110(1), 438-448. Full text. DOI.
Varo-Cruz N, Bermejo JA, Calabuig P, Cejudo D, Godley BJ, López-Jurado LF, Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hawkes LA (2016). New findings about the spatial and temporal use of the Eastern Atlantic Ocean by large juvenile loggerhead turtles. Diversity and Distributions Abstract. DOI.
Patrício AR, Diez CE, Van Dam RP, Godley BJ (2016). Novel insights into the dynamics of green turtle fibropapillomatosis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 547, 247-255. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Godley BJ, Latham H, Richardson PB, Robson LM, Solandt J-L, Trundle C, Wood C, Witt MJ (2016). Pink sea fans (Eunicella verrucosa) as indicators of the spatial efficacy of Marine Protected Areas in southwest UK coastal waters. Marine Policy, 64, 38-45. Full text. DOI.
Nelms SE, Duncan EM, Broderick AC, Galloway TS, Godfrey MH, Hamann M, Lindeque PK, Godley BJ (2016). Plastic and marine turtles: a review and call for research. ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE, 73(2), 165-181. Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Jeffers VF, Godley BJ (2016). Satellite tracking in sea turtles: How do we find our way to the conservation dividends?. Biological Conservation, 199, 172-184. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Nelms SE, Piniak WED, Weir CR, Godley BJ (2016). Seismic surveys and marine turtles: an underestimated global threat?. Biological Conservation, 193, 49-65. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Snape RTE, Broderick AC, Çiçek BA, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Stokes K, Godley BJ (2016). Shelf life: Neritic habitat use of a turtle population highly threatened by fisheries. Diversity and Distributions, 22(7), 797-807. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, Broderick AC, McGowan A, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Chaloupka M, Van Dam RP, Diez CE, et al (2016). Somatic growth dynamics of West Atlantic hawksbill sea turtles: a spatio-temporal perspective. Ecosphere, 7 Full text. DOI.
Mills CA, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ (2016). Take Only Photographs, Leave Only Footprints: Novel Applications of Non-Invasive Survey Methods for Rapid Detection of Small, Arboreal Animals. PLoS One, 11(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Stringell TB, Clerveaux WV, Godley BJ, Kent FEA, Lewis EDG, Marsh JE, Phillips Q, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, Broderick AC, et al (2016). Taxonomic distinctness in the diet of two sympatric marine turtle species. Marine Ecology, 37(5), 1036-1049. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Merchant ND, Brookes KL, Faulkner RC, Bicknell AWJ, Godley BJ, Witt MJ (2016). Underwater noise levels in UK waters. Scientific Reports, 6(1). Full text. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Balbuena JA, Mason A, Poulton K, Savoré S, Raga JA, et al (2015). Assessing the efficacy of direct conservation interventions: Clutch protection of the leatherback marine turtle in the Dominican Republic. ORYX, 49(4), 677-686. Abstract. DOI.
Humber F, Andriamahefazafy M, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2015). Endangered, essential and exploited: How extant laws are not enough to protect marine megafauna in Madagascar. Marine Policy, 60, 70-83. Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, Hawkes L, León YM, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2015). Evaluating the importance of Marine Protected Areas for the conservation of hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata nesting in the Dominican Republic. Endangered Species Research, 27(2), 169-180. Abstract. DOI.
Hammerschlag N, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd M, Frick MG, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Griffin DB, Hartog K, et al (2015). Evaluating the landscape of fear between apex predatory sharks and mobile sea turtles across a large dynamic seascape. Ecology, 96(8), 2117-2126. Full text. DOI.
Stringell TB, Clerveaux WV, Godley BJ, Phillips Q, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, Broderick AC (2015). Fisher choice may increase prevalence of green turtle fibropapillomatosis disease. Frontiers in Marine Science, 2 Full text. DOI.
Metcalfe K, Agamboué PD, Augowet E, Boussamba F, Cardiec F, Fay JM, Formia A, Kema Kema JR, Kouerey C, Mabert BDK, et al (2015). Going the extra mile: Ground-based monitoring of olive ridley turtles reveals Gabon hosts the largest rookery in the Atlantic. Biological Conservation, 190, 14-22. Abstract. DOI.
Stokes KL, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Candan O, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Levy Y, Rees AF, Rilov G, Snape RT, et al (2015). Migratory corridors and foraging hotspots: Critical habitats identified for Mediterranean green turtles. Diversity and Distributions Abstract. DOI.
Stokes KL, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Candan O, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Levy Y, Rees AF, Rilov G, Snape RT, et al (2015). Migratory corridors and foraging hotspots: Critical habitats identified for Mediterranean green turtles. Diversity and Distributions, 21(6), 665-674. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Broderick AC, Cejudo D, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Lopez P, López-Jurado LF, Elsy Merino S, Varo-Cruz N, et al (2015). Modelling the niche for a marine vertebrate: a case study incorporating behavioural plasticity, proximate threats and climate change. Ecography, 38(8), 803-812. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hart CE, Blanco GS, Coyne MS, Delgado-Trejo C, Godley BJ, Jones TT, Resendiz A, Seminoff JA, Witt MJ, Nichols WJ, et al (2015). Multinational tagging efforts illustrate regional scale of distribution and threats for east pacific green turtles (Chelonia mydas agassizii). PLoS One, 10(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Scales KL, Miller PI, Varo-Cruz N, Hodgson DJ, Hawkes LA, Godley BJ (2015). Oceanic loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta associate with thermal fronts: Evidence from the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 519, 195-207. Abstract. DOI.
Bourjea J, Mortimer JA, Garnier J, Okemwa G, Godley BJ, Hughes G, Dalleau M, Jean C, Ciccione S, Muths D, et al (2015). Population structure enhances perspectives on regional management of the western Indian Ocean green turtle. Conservation Genetics Abstract. DOI.
Bourjea J, Mortimer JA, Garnier J, Okemwa G, Godley BJ, Hughes G, Dalleau M, Jean C, Ciccione S, Muths D, et al (2015). Population structure enhances perspectives on regional management of the western Indian Ocean green turtle. Conservation Genetics, 16(5), 1069-1083. Abstract. DOI.
Casale P, Freggi D, Furii G, Vallini C, Salvemini P, Deflorio M, Totaro G, Raimondi S, Fortuna C, Godley BJ, et al (2014). Annual survival probabilities of juvenile loggerhead sea turtles indicate high anthropogenic impact on Mediterranean populations. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Balbuena JA, Mason A, Poulton K, Savoré S, Raga JA, et al (2014). Assessing the efficacy of direct conservation interventions: clutch protection of the leatherback marine turtle in the Dominican Republic. ORYX Abstract. DOI.
Doherty PD, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Hodgson DJ, Mangel JC, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2014). Big catch, little sharks: Insight into Peruvian small-scale longline fisheries. Ecology and Evolution, 4(12), 2375-2383. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Godley BJ, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Witt MJ (2014). Cnidaria in UK coastal waters: Description of spatio-temporal patterns and inter-annual variability. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 94(7), 1401-1408. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Godley BJ, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Witt MJ (2014). Cnidaria in UK coastal waters: description of spatio-temporal patterns and inter-annual variability. The Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom Full text. DOI.
Hammerschlag N, Cooke SJ, Gallagher AJ, Godley BJ (2014). Considering the fate of electronic tags: Interactions with stakeholders and user responsibility when encountering tagged aquatic animals. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5(11), 1147-1153. Abstract. DOI.
Carreras C, Godley BJ, León YM, Hawkes LA, Revuelta O, Raga JA, Tomás J (2014). Correction: Contextualising the Last Survivors: Population Structure of Marine Turtles in the Dominican Republic. PLoS ONE, 9(1). DOI.
Stokes KL, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ, Rhodes KA, Snape RTE, Broderick AC (2014). Detecting green shoots of recovery: the importance of long-term individual-based monitoring of marine turtles. Animal Conservation, 17(6), 593-602. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Mcgowan A, Broderick AC, Gore S, Wheatley D, White J, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2014). High rates of growth recorded for hawksbill sea turtles in Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Ecology and Evolution, 4(8), 1255-1266. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Colman LP, Patrício ARC, McGowan A, Santos AJB, Marcovaldi MÂ, Bellini C, Godley BJ (2014). Long-term growth and survival dynamics of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at an isolated tropical archipelago in Brazil. Marine Biology
Carreras C, Rees AF, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Margaritoulis D (2014). Mitochondrial DNA markers of loggerhead marine turtles (Caretta caretta) (Testudines: Cheloniidae) nesting at Kyparissia Bay, Greece, confirm the western Greece unit and regional structuring. Scientia Marina, 78(1), 115-124. Abstract. DOI.
Carreras C, Rees AF, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Margaritoulis D (2014). Mitochondrial DNA markers of loggerhead marine turtles (Caretta caretta) (Testudines: Cheloniidae) nesting at Kyparissia Bay, Greece, confirm the western Greece unit and regional structuring. SCIENTIA MARINA, 78(1), 115-124. Author URL. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Broderick AC, Cejudo D, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Lopez P, López-Jurado LF, Elsy Merino S, Varo-Cruz N, et al (2014). Modelling the niche for a marine vertebrate: a case study incorporating behavioural plasticity, proximate threats and climate change. Ecography DOI.
Putman NF, Abreu-Grobois FA, Broderick AC, Ciofi C, Formia A, Godley BJ, Stroud S, Pelembe T, Verley P, Williams N, et al (2014). Numerical dispersal simulations and genetics help explain the origin of hawksbill sea turtles in Ascension Island. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 450, 98-108. Abstract. DOI.
Fossette S, Witt MJ, Miller P, Nalovic MA, Albareda D, Almeida AP, Broderick AC, Chacón-Chaverri D, Coyne MS, Domingo A, et al (2014). Pan-atlantic analysis of the overlap of a highly migratory species, the leatherback turtle, with pelagic longline fisheries. Proc Biol Sci, 281(1780). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Weber SB, Weber N, Ellick J, Avery A, Frauenstein R, Godley BJ, Sim J, Williams N, Broderick AC (2014). Recovery of the South Atlantic's largest green turtle nesting population. BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION, 23(12), 3005-3018. Author URL. DOI.
Maclean IM, Inger R, Booth CG, Embling CB, Grecian WJ, Heymans JJ, Plummer K, Shackshaft M, Sparling C, Wilson B, et al (2014). Resolving issues with environmental impact assessment of marine renewable energy installations. Frontiers in Marine Science, 1(75). Full text. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2014). So excellent a fishe: a global overview of legal marine turtle fisheries. Diversity and Distributions, 20(5), 579-590. Abstract. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2014). So excellent a fishe: a global overview of legal marine turtle fisheries. Diversity and Distributions
Horne CR, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Rhodes KA, Snape R, Stokes KL, Broderick AC (2014). The effect of thermal variance on the phenotype of marine turtle offspring. Physiol Biochem Zool, 87(6), 796-804. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Balbuena JA, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2014). The value of endangered species in protected areas at risk: the case of the leatherback turtle in the Dominican Republic. Biodiversity and Conservation, 23(6), 1529-1539. Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Balbuena JA, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2014). The value of endangered species in protected areas at risk: the case of the leatherback turtle in the Dominican Republic. Biodiversity and Conservation
McClellan CM, Brereton T, Dell'Amico F, Johns DG, Cucknell A-C, Patrick SC, Penrose R, Ridoux V, Solandt J-L, Stephan E, et al (2014). Understanding the distribution of marine megafauna in the English channel region: identifying key habitats for conservation within the busiest seaway on earth. PLoS One, 9(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Carreras C, Godley BJ, León YM, Hawkes LA, Revuelta O, Raga JA, Tomás J (2013). Contextualising the Last Survivors: Population Structure of Marine Turtles in the Dominican Republic. PLoS ONE, 8(6). Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rees AF, Margaritoulis D, Newman R, Riggall TE, Tsaros P, Zbinden JA, Godley BJ (2013). Ecology of loggerhead marine turtles Caretta caretta in a neritic foraging habitat: Movements, sex ratios and growth rates. Marine Biology, 160(3), 519-529. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, McGowan A, Godley BJ, Gore S, Lange A, Tyler CR, Wheatley D, White J, Witt MJ, Broderick AC, et al (2013). Estimating sex ratios in Caribbean hawksbill turtles: Testosterone levels and climate effects. Aquatic Biology, 18(1), 9-19. Abstract. DOI.
Griffin DB, Murphy SR, Frick MG, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd MG, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Hawkes LA, et al (2013). Foraging habitats and migration corridors utilized by a recovering subpopulation of adult female loggerhead sea turtles: Implications for conservation. Marine Biology, 160(12), 3071-3086. Abstract. DOI.
Griffin DB, Murphy SR, Frick MG, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd MG, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Hawkes LA, et al (2013). Foraging habitats and migration corridors utilized by a recovering subpopulation of adult female loggerhead sea turtles: implications for conservation. Marine Biology, 1-16.
Rees AF, Hafez AA, Lloyd JR, Papathansopoulou N, Godley BJ (2013). Green turtles, chelonia mydas, in Kuwait: Nesting and movements. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1), 157-163. Abstract. DOI.
King C, Lomolino M, Roemer G, Godley B (2013). Habitat case studies: islands. , 204-221. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Agamboue PD, Bonguno EA, Boussamba F, Cardiec F, Michael Fay J, Formia A, Godley BJ, Laurance WF, Mabert BDK, et al (2013). Here today, here tomorrow: Beached timber in Gabon, a persistent threat to nesting sea turtles. Biological Conservation Full text. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ, Reece SE, Witt MJ, Broderick AC (2013). Importance of spatio-temporal data for predicting the effects of climate change on marine turtle sex ratios. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 488, 267-274. Abstract. DOI.
Mills CA, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ (2013). Isolation and characterisation of hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) microsatellite loci. Conservation Genetics Resources, 5(3), 687-692. Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Gore S, Gumbs JC, Pickering A, Ranger S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2013). Leatherback turtle conservation in the Caribbean UK overseas territories: Act local, think global?. Marine Policy, 38, 483-490. Abstract. DOI.
Stringell TB, Calosso MC, Claydon JAB, Clerveaux W, Godley BJ, Lockhart KJ, Phillips Q, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, et al (2013). Marine turtle harvest in a mixed small-scale fishery: Evidence for revised management measures. Ocean and Coastal Management, 82, 34-42. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2013). No benefits of polyandry to female green turtles. Behavioral Ecology, 24(4), 1022-1029. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Maxwell SM, Pendoley K, Costa DP, Coyne MS, Formia A, Godley BJ, Klein W, Makanga-Bahouna J, Maruca S, et al (2013). On the front line: Integrated habitat mapping for olive ridley sea turtles in the Southeast Atlantic. Diversity and Distributions, 19(12), 1518-1530. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Maxwell SM, Pendoley K, Costa DP, Coyne MS, Formia A, Godley BJ, Klein W, Makanga-Bahouna J, Maruca S, et al (2013). On the front line: integrated habitat mapping for olive ridley sea turtles in the southeast Atlantic. Diversity and Distributions, 19(12), 1518-1530. Full text. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Ekanayake L, Kapurusinghe T, Premakumara C, Ranger S, Saman MM, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2013). Satellite telemetry reveals behavioural plasticity in a green turtle population nesting in Sri Lanka. Marine Biology, 160(6), 1415-1426. Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Ekanayake L, Kapurusinghe T, Premakumara C, Ranger S, Saman MM, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2013). Satellite telemetry reveals behavioural plasticity in a green turtle population nesting in Sri Lanka. Marine Biology, 1-12.
Varo-Cruz N, Hawkes LA, Cejudo D, López P, Coyne MS, Godley BJ, López-Jurado LF (2013). Satellite tracking derived insights into migration and foraging strategies of male loggerhead turtles in the eastern Atlantic. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 443, 134-140. Abstract. DOI.
Snape RTE, Beton D, Broderick AC, Çiçek BA, Fuller WJ, Özden O, Godley BJ (2013). Strand monitoring and anthropological surveys provide insight into marine turtle bycatch in small-scale fisheries of the Eastern Mediterranean. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1), 44-55. Abstract. DOI.
Weber N, Weber SB, Godley BJ, Ellick J, Witt M, Broderick AC (2013). Telemetry as a tool for improving estimates of marine turtle abundance. Biological Conservation, 167, 90-96. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Witt MJ, Hodgson DJ, Godley BJ (2013). Using pingers to reduce bycatch of small cetaceans in Peru's small-scale driftnet fishery. ORYX, 47(4), 595-606. Abstract. DOI.
Stipala J, Lutzmann N, Malonza PK, Wilkinson P, Godley B, Nyamache J, Evans MR (2012). A new species of chameleon (Squamata: Chamaeleonidae) from the Aberdare Mountains in the central highlands of Kenya. Zootaxa(3391), 1-22. Abstract.
Grecian WJ, Attrill MJ, Votier SC, Witt MJ, Bearhop S, Godley BJ, Grémillet D, Grémillet D, Hamer KC (2012). A novel projection technique to identify important at-sea areas for seabird conservation: an example using Northern gannets breeding in the North East Atlantic. Biological Conservation Abstract. DOI.
Marco A, Abella E, Liria-Loza A, Martins S, Lopez O, Jimenez-Bordon S, Medina M, Oujo C, Gaona P, Godley BJ, et al (2012). Abundance and exploitation of loggerhead turtles nesting in Boa Vista island, Cape Verde: the only substantial rookery in the eastern Atlantic. ANIMAL CONSERVATION, 15(4), 351-360. Author URL. DOI.
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2012). Assessing sound exposure from shipping in coastal waters using a single hydrophone and Automatic Identification System (AIS) data. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64(7), 1320-1329. Abstract. DOI.
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2012). Assessing sound exposure from shipping in coastal waters using a single hydrophone and Automatic Identification System (AIS) data. Mar Pollut Bull, 64(7), 1320-1329. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Witt MJ, Sheehan EV, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, Conley DC, Cotterell SP, Crow E, Grecian WJ, Halsband C, Hodgson DJ, et al (2012). Assessing wave energy effects on biodiversity: the Wave Hub experience. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 370(1959), 502-529.
Witt MJ, Sheehan EV, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, Conley DC, Cotterell SP, Crow E, Grecian WJ, Halsband C, Hodgson DJ, et al (2012). Assessing wave energy effects on biodiversity: the Wave Hub experience. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 370(1959), 502-529. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Hardy T, Johnson L, McClellan CM, Pikesley SK, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Solandt JL, Speedie C, Williams R, et al (2012). Basking sharks in the northeast Atlantic: Spatio-temporal trends from sightings in UK waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 459, 121-134. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hardy T, Loveridge J, Loveridge J, Williams R, Godley BJ (2012). Cetacean sightings and strandings: Evidence for spatial and temporal trends?. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(8), 1809-1820. Abstract. DOI.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Conservation related insights into the behaviour of the olive ridley sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea nesting in Oman. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 450, 195-205. Abstract. DOI.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Each to their own: Inter-specific differences in migrations of Masirah Island turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 11(2), 243-248. Abstract. DOI.
Rees AF, Margaritoulis D, Newman R, Riggall TE, Tsaros P, Zbinden JA, Godley BJ (2012). Ecology of loggerhead marine turtles Caretta caretta in a neritic foraging habitat: movements, sex ratios and growth rates. Marine Biology, 1-11.
Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hardy T, Loveridge J, Loveridge J, Williams R, Godley BJ (2012). Erratum: Cetacean sightings and strandings: Evidence for spatial and temporal trends? (Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom DOI: 10.1017/S0025315411000464). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(8), 1821-1822. DOI.
Scott R, Hodgson DJ, Witt MJ, Coyne MS, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Richardson PB, Rees AF, Godley BJ, Coyne MS, et al (2012). Global analysis of satellite tracking data shows that adult green turtles are significantly aggregated in Marine Protected Areas. Global Ecology and Biogeography Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Gore S, Gumbs JC, Pickering A, Ranger S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2012). Leatherback turtle conservation in the Caribbean UK overseas territories: Act local, think global?. Marine Policy
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2012). Long-term monitoring of sound exposure from shipping in coastal waters. 11th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics 2012, ECUA 2012, 34 2(PART 3), 1026-1033.
Casale P, Broderick AC, Freggi D, Mencacci R, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Luschi P (2012). Long-term residence of juvenile loggerhead turtles to foraging grounds: a potential conservation hotspot in the Mediterranean. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
Casale P, Broderick AC, Freggi D, Mencacci R, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Luschi P (2012). Long-term residence of juvenile loggerhead turtles to foraging grounds: a potential conservation hotspot in the Mediterranean. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 22(2), 144-154. Abstract. DOI.
Leeney RH, Witt MJ, Broderick AC, Buchanan J, Jarvis DS, Richardson PB, Godley BJ (2012). Marine megavertebrates of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly: Relative abundance and distribution. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(8), 1823-1833. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Tomás J, Revuelta O, León YM, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Fish M, Raga JA, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2012). Migratory patterns in hawksbill turtles described by satellite tracking. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 461, 223-232. Abstract. DOI.
Hazen EL, Maxwell SM, Bailey H, Bograd SJ, Hamann M, Gaspar P, Godley BJ, Shillinger GL (2012). Ontogeny in marine tagging and tracking science: Technologies and data gaps. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 457, 221-240. Abstract. DOI.
Moncada FG, Hawkes LA, Fish MR, Godley BJ, Manolis SC, Medina Y, Nodarse G, Webb GJW (2012). Patterns of dispersal of hawksbill turtles from the Cuban shelf inform scale of conservation and management. Biological Conservation, 148(1), 191-199. Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2012). Protected areas host important remnants of marine turtle nesting stocks in the Dominican Republic. ORYX, 46(3), 348-358. Abstract. DOI.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Molecular Ecology, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract. DOI.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Mol Ecol, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lewison R, Oro D, Godley BJ, Underhill L, Bearhop S, Wilson RP, Ainley D, Arcos JM, Boersma PD, Borboroglu PG, et al (2012). Research priorities for seabirds: Improving conservation and management in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research, 17(2), 93-121. Abstract. DOI.
Graham RT, Witt MJ, Castellanos DW, Remolina F, Maxwell S, Godley BJ, Hawkes LA (2012). Satellite tracking of manta rays highlights challenges to their conservation. PLoS One, 7(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Garnier J, Hill N, Guissamulo A, Silva I, Witt M, Godley B (2012). Status and community-based conservation of marine turtles in the northern Querimbas Islands (Mozambique). ORYX, 46(3), 359-367. Abstract. DOI.
Shillinger GL, Bailey H, Bograd SJ, Hazen EL, Hamann M, Gaspar P, Godley BJ, Wilson RP, Spotila JR (2012). Tagging through the stages: Technical and ecological challenges in observing life histories through biologging. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 457, 165-170. Abstract. DOI.
Alfaro-Shigueto J, Mangel JC, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2012). Trading information for conservation: a novel use of radio broadcasting to reduce sea turtle bycatch. ORYX, 46(3), 332-339. Author URL. DOI.
Wright LI, Stokes KL, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Snape R, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Turtle mating patterns buffer against disruptive effects of climate change. Proc Biol Sci, 279(1736), 2122-2127. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Stipala J, Lutzmánn N, Malonza PK, Borghesio L, Wilkinson P, Godley B, Evans MR (2011). A new species of chameleon (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae) from the highlands of northwest Kenya. Zootaxa(3002), 1-16. Abstract.
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2011). Ambient noise in the western English channel: Temporal variability due to shipping and biological sources. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 33(PART 5), 27-29.
Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hardy T, Loveridge J, Loveridge J, Williams R, Godley BJ (2011). Cetacean sightings and strandings: evidence for spatial and temporal trends?. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, FirstView, 1-12-1-12. DOI.
Weber SB, Broderick AC, Groothuis TGG, Ellick J, Godley BJ, Blount JD (2011). Fine-scale thermal adaptation in a green turtle nesting population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Witt MJ, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd M, Frick MG, Godfrey MH, Griffin DB, Murphy SR, et al (2011). Home on the range: Spatial ecology of loggerhead turtles in Atlantic waters of the USA. Diversity and Distributions, 17(4), 624-640. Abstract. DOI.
Scales KL, Lewis JA, Lewis JP, Castellanos D, Godley BJ, Graham RT (2011). Insights into habitat utilisation of the hawksbill turtle, Eretmochelys imbricata (Linnaeus, 1766), using acoustic telemetry. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 407(1), 122-129. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Whitty T, Medina-Vogel G, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Cáceres C, Godley BJ (2011). Latitudinal variation in diet and patterns of human interaction in the marine otter. Marine Mammal Science, 27(2). Abstract. DOI.
Zbinden JA, Bearhop S, Bradshaw P, Gill B, Margaritoulis D, Newton J, Godley BJ (2011). Migratory dichotomy and associated phenotypic variation in marine turtles revealed by satellite tracking and stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 421, 291-302. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Witt MJ, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2011). Post-capture movements of loggerhead turtles in the southeastern Pacific Ocean assessed by satellite tracking. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 433, 261-272. Abstract. DOI.
Weber SB, Blount JD, Godley BJ, Witt MJ, Broderick AC (2011). Rate of egg maturation in marine turtles exhibits 'universal temperature dependence'. J Anim Ecol, 80(5), 1034-1041. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Alfaro-Shigueto J, Mangel JC, Bernedo F, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2011). Small-scale fisheries of Peru: a major sink for marine turtles in the Pacific. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48(6), 1432-1440. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Coyne MS (2011). Tracking leatherback turtles from the world's largest rookery: assessing threats across the South Atlantic. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Ramahery V, Broderick AC (2011). Using community members to assess artisanal fisheries: the marine turtle fishery in Madagascar. Animal Conservation(14), 175-185.
Maxwell SM, Breed GA, Nickel BA, Makanga-Bahouna J, Pemo-Makaya E, Parnell RJ, Formia A, Ngouessono S, Godley BJ, Costa DP, et al (2011). Using satellite tracking to optimize protection of long-lived marine species: olive ridley sea turtle conservation in Central Africa. PLoS One, 6(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Leeney RH, Broderick AC, Mills C, Sayer S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2010). Abundance, distribution and haul-out behaviour of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, UK. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 90(5), 1033-1040. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Ellick J, Formia A, Hays GC, Luschi P, Stroud S, Godley BJ, et al (2010). Assessing accuracy and utility of satellite-tracking data using Argos-linked Fastloc-GPS. Animal Behaviour, 80(3), 571-581. DOI.
Rees AF, Al Saady S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2010). Behavioural polymorphism in one of the world's largest populations of loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 418, 201-212. Abstract. DOI.
Tomás J, Godley BJ, Castroviejo J, Raga JA (2010). Bioko: Critically important nesting habitat for sea turtles of West Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation, 19(9), 2699-2714. Abstract. DOI.
Bograd SJ, Block BA, Costa DP, Godley BJ (2010). Biologging technologies: New tools for conservation. Introduction. Endangered Species Research, 10(1), 1-7. Abstract. DOI.
Hamann M, Godfrey MH, Seminoff JA, Arthur K, Barata PCR, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Carreras C, et al (2010). Global research priorities for sea turtles: Informing management and conservation in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research, 11(3), 245-269. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, McGowan A, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Gore S, Wheatley D, White J, Godley BJ (2010). Inferring vertical and horizontal movements of juvenile marine turtles from time-depth recorders. AQUATIC BIOLOGY, 8(2), 169-177. Author URL. DOI.
Bell CD, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2010). Investigating potential for depensation in marine turtles: How low can you Go?: Contributed paper. Conservation Biology, 24(1), 226-235. Abstract. DOI.
Bell CD, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2010). Investigating potential for depensation in marine turtles: how low can you go?. Conserv Biol, 24(1), 226-235. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Blumenthal JM, Austin TJ, Bothwell JB, Broderick AC, Ebanks-Petrie G, Olynik JR, Orr MF, Solomon JL, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2010). Life in (and out of) the lagoon: Fine-scale movements of green turtles tracked using time-depth recorders. Aquatic Biology, 9(2), 113-121. Abstract. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Broderick AC, Enever R, Thorne P, Godley BJ (2010). Motile homes: a comparison of the spatial distribution of epibiont communities on Mediterranean sea turtles. JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY, 44(27-28), 1743-1753. Author URL. DOI.
Grecian WJ, Inger R, Attrill MJ, Bearhop S, Godley BJ, Witt MJ, Votier SC (2010). Potential impacts of wave-powered marine renewable energy installations on marine birds. Ibis, 152, 683-697. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Hawkes LA, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2010). Predicting the impacts of climate change on a globally distributed species: the case of the loggerhead turtle. J Exp Biol, 213(6), 901-911. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Hartnoll RG, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Musick S, Pearson M, Stroud SA, Saunders KE (2010). Reproduction in the land crab Johngarthia lagostoma on Ascension Island. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 30(1), 83-92. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Van Waerebeek K, Cáceres C, Bearhop S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2010). Small cetacean captures in Peruvian artisanal fisheries: High despite protective legislation. Biological Conservation, 143(1), 136-143. Abstract. DOI.
Ratcliffe N, Bell M, Pelembe T, Boyle D, Benjamin R, White R, Godley B, Stevenson J, Sanders S (2010). The eradication of feral cats from Ascension Island and its subsequent recolonization by seabirds. ORYX, 44(1), 20-29. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Barbosa C, Bruford M, Broderick AC, Catry P, Coyne MS, Formia A, Hays GC, Witt MJ (2010). Unravelling migratory connectivity in marine turtles using multiple methods. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47(4), 769-778. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Alfaro-Shigueto J, Mangel JC, Pajuelo M, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2010). Where small can have a large impact: Structure and characterization of small-scale fisheries in Peru. Fisheries Research, 106(1), 8-17. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Baert B, Broderick AC, Formia A, Fretey J, Gibudi A, Mounguengui GAM, Moussounda C, Ngouessono S, Parnell RJ, et al (2009). Aerial surveying of the world's largest leatherback turtle rookery: a more effective methodology for large-scale monitoring. Biological Conservation, 142(8), 1719-1727. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2009). Climate change and marine turtles. Endangered Species Research, 7(2), 137-154. Abstract. DOI.
Campbell LM, Silver JJ, Gray NJ, Ranger S, Broderick AC, Fisher T, Godfrey MH, Gore S, Hodge KVD, Jeffers J, et al (2009). Co-management of sea turtle fisheries: Biogeography versus geopolitics. Marine Policy, 33, 137-145.
Blumenthal JM, Austin TJ, Bothwell JB, Broderick AC, Ebanks-Petrie G, Olynik JR, Orr MF, Solomon JL, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2009). Diving behavior and movements of juvenile hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata on a Caribbean coral reef. Coral Reefs, 28(1), 55-65. Abstract. DOI.
Blumenthal JM, Austin TJ, Bell CDL, Bothwell JB, Broderick AC, Ebanks-Petrie G, Gibb JA, Luke KE, Olynik JR, Orr ME, et al (2009). Ecology of hawksbill turtles, Eretmochelys imbricata, on a western caribbean foraging ground. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 8(1), 1-10. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ (2009). Forensic methods in conservation research. Endangered Species Research, 9(3), 167-168. DOI.
Pintus KJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Broderick AC (2009). Impact of clutch relocation on green turtle offspring. Journal of Wildlife Management, 73(7), 1151-1157. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ (2009). Incorporating climate change into endangered species conservation: Introduction. Endangered Species Research, 7(2), 85-86. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Broderick AC, Hooker SK, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2009). Insights into habitat utilization by Green Turtles (Chelonia Mydas) during the inter-nesting period animal-borne digital cameras. Marine Technology Society Journal, 43(3), 51-59. Abstract. DOI.
Inger R, Attrill MJ, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, Grecian WJ, Hodgson DJ, Sheehan E, Votier SC, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2009). Marine Renewable Energy: potential benefits to biodiversity? an urgent call for research. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 1145-1153. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Greaves D, Smith G, Attrill M, Belmont M, Chadwick A, Conley D, Eccleston A, Godley B, Harrington N, Hor CL, et al (2009). Marine renewable energy development - research, design, install. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-MARITIME ENGINEERING, 162(4), 187-196. Author URL. DOI.
Inger R, Attrill MJ, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, James Grecian W, Hodgson DJ, Mills C, Sheehan E, Votier SC, Witt MJ, et al (2009). Marine renewable energy: Potential benefits to biodiversity? an urgent call for research. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46(6), 1145-1153. Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Bruford MW, Calosso MC, Campbell LM, Clerveaux W, Formia A, Godley BJ, Henderson AC, McClellan K, Newman S, et al (2009). Marine turtles in the Turks and Caicos Islands: Remnant rookeries, regionally significant foraging stocks, and a major turtle fishery. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 8(2), 192-204. Abstract. DOI.
Hartnoll RG, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Saunders KE (2009). Population structure of the land crab Johngarthia lagostoma on ascension Island. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 29(1), 57-61. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2009). REVIEW: Climate change and marine turtles. , 7, 137-154. Abstract.
Godfrey M, Godley B, Mrosovsky N, Seminoff J, Shanker K, Webb G (2009). Save the Red List. New Scientist, 202(2707). DOI.
Robinson RA, Crick HQP, Learmonth JA, Maclean IMD, Thomas CD, Bairlein F, Forchhammer MC, Francis CM, Gill JA, Godley BJ, et al (2009). Travelling through a warming world - climate change and migratory species. Endangered Species Research, 7, 87-99.
Blumenthal JM, Abreu-Grobois FA, Austin TJ, Broderick AC, Bruford MW, Coyne MS, Ebanks-Petrie G, Formia A, Meylan PA, Meylan AB, et al (2009). Turtle groups or turtle soup: dispersal patterns of hawksbill turtles in the Caribbean. Mol Ecol, 18(23), 4841-4853. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Aiken JJ, Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Austin T, Ebanks-Petrie G, Hays GC (2009). Two hundred years after a commercial marine turtle fishery: the current status of marine turtles nesting in the Cayman Islands. Oryx, 35(02), 145-145. DOI.
Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2008). AS WE SEE IT: Seeing past the red: flawed IUCN global listings for sea turtles. Endangered Species Research, 6, 155-159.
Tomás J, Gozalbes P, Raga JA, Godley BJ (2008). Bycatch of loggerhead sea turtles: Insights from 14 years of stranding data. Endangered Species Research, 5(2-3), 161-169. Abstract. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Frett, G. Gore, S. (2008). Down But Not Out: Marine Turtles of the British Virgin Islands. Animal Conservation
Patino-Martinez J, Marco A, Quinones L, Godley B (2008). Globally significant nesting of the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) on the Caribbean coast of Colombia and Panama. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 141(8), 1982-1988. Author URL. DOI.
Jackson AL, Broderick AC, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Ruxton GD, Godley BJ (2008). Sampling design and its effect on population monitoring: How much monitoring do turtles really need?. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 141(12), 2932-2941. Author URL. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Coyne, M.S. Formia, A. (2008). Satellite tracking highlights difficulties in the design of effective protected areas for leatherback turtles during the internesting period. Oryx
Rees AF, Jony M, Margaritoulis D, Godley BJ (2008). Satellite tracking of a green turtle, chelonia mydas, from syria further highlights importance of north africa for mediterranean turtles. Zoology in the Middle East, 45(1), 49-54. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Hawkes LA, Witt MJ (2008). Satellite tracking of sea turtles: Where have we been and where do we go next?. Endangered Species Research, 4, 3-22. Author URL.
Mcgowan A, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2008). Seabird populations of the Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean: an evaluation of IBA sites. ORYX, 42(3), 424-429. Author URL. DOI.
Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2008). Seeing past the red: Flawed IUCN global listings for sea turtles. Endangered Species Research, 6(2), 155-159. Abstract. DOI.
Leeney RH, Amies R, Broderick AC, Witt MJ, Loveridge J, Doyle J, Godley BJ (2008). Spatio-temporal analysis of cetacean strandings and bycatch in a UK fisheries hotspot. BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION, 17(10), 2323-2338. Author URL. DOI.
Godfrey MH, Roberts DL, Godley BJ (2008). Taking it as red: an introduction to the Theme Section on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Endangered Species Research, 6(2), 109-111. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Wilson RP (2008). Tracking vertebrates for consevation: Introduction. Endangered Species Research, 4, 1-2. Author URL.
Robinson RA, Crick HQP, Learmonth JA, Maclean IMD, Thomas CD, Bairlein F, Forchhammer MC, Francis CM, Gill JA, Godley BJ, et al (2008). Travelling through a warming world: climate change and migratory species. Endangered Species Research, 7(2), 87-99. Abstract. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Broderick AC, Phillips RA, Silk JRD, Godley BJ (2008). Utility of geolocating light loggers for indicating at-sea movements in sea turtles. Endangered Species Research, 4, 139-146.
McGowan A, Woodfield NK, Hilton G, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2007). A rigorous assessment of the Avifauna of a small Caribbean Island: a case study in Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Caribbean Journal of Science, 43(1), 99-116. Abstract.
Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2007). A step towards seascape scale conservation: using vessel monitoring systems (VMS) to map fishing activity. PLoS One, 2(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Woodfield, N.K. Hilton, G. Broderick, A.C. (2007). An assessment of the avifauna of a small remote island: a case study of Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Caribbean Journal of Science
Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Godley BJ (2007). Correction for Broderick et al. Fidelity and over-wintering of sea turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274(1629), 3183-3183. DOI.
Berrow, S. McGrath, D. O’Brien, J. (2007). Effects of pingers on the behaviour of bottlenose dolphins. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 87, 129-133.
Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Fuller WJ, Glen F (2007). Fidelity and over-wintering of sea turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 274(1617), 1533-1538. DOI.
Formia A, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC, Bruford MW (2007). Genetic composition of the Ascension Island green turtle rookery based on mitochondrial DNA: implications for sampling and diversity. Endangered Species Research, 3, 145-158. Author URL.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2007). Investigating the potential impacts of climate change on marine turtles. Global Change Biology, 13(5), 923-932. DOI.
Solomon, J.L. Blumenthal, J.M. Austin, T.J. (2007). Monitoring and conservation of critically reduced marine turtle nesting populations: lessons from the Cayman Islands. Animal Conservation, 10, 39-47.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MS, Coyne MS, Godley BJ (2007). Only some like it hot: quantifying the environmental niche of loggerhead sea turtles. Diversity and Distributions, 13(4), 447-457.
Witt MJ, Broderick AC, Johns DJ, Martin C, Penrose R, Hoogmoed MS, Godley BJ (2007). Prey landscapes help identify potential foraging habitats for leatherback turtles in the NE Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 337, 231-243. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Penrose R, Godley BJ (2007). Spatio-temporal patterns of juvenile marine turtle occurrence in waters of the European continental shelf. Marine Biology, 151(3), 873-885. Abstract. DOI.
Broderick AC, Frauenstein R, George T, Glen F (2006). Are green turtles globally endangered?. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 15(1), 21-26. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Gore, S. Hilton, G. (2006). Breeding seabirds in the British Virgin Islands. Endangered Species Research, 3, 1-6. Author URL.
Broderick, A.C. Campbell, L.M. Godley, B.J. (2006). Marine turtle fisheries in the UK Overseas Territories of the Caribbean: domestic legislation and the requirements of multilateral agreements. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy, 9, 223-246.
Godley, B.J. Dontaine, M.W. Bruford (2006). Mitochondrial DNA diversity and phylogeography of endangered green turtle (Chelonia mydas) populations in Africa. Conservation Genetics, 7, 353-369.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Lopez-Jurado LF, Lopez-Suarez P, Merino SE, Varo-Cruz N, Godley BJ (2006). Phenotypically linked dichotomy in sea turtle foraging strategies requires multiple conservation approaches. Current Biology, 16(10), 990-995. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2006). Rhythmic Throat Oscillations in Nesting Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas). Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 5, 299-301.
Solomon, J.L. Bell, C.D. Austin, T.J. (2006). Satellite tracking highlights the need for international cooperation in marine turtle management. Endangered Species Research, 2, 51-61. Author URL.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2006). Thermal control of hatchling emergence patterns in marine turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 334, 31-42.
Blumenthal, J.M. Austin, T.J. Solomon, J.L. (2006). Traditional Caymanian fishery may impede local marine turtle population recovery. Endangered Species Research, 2, 63-69. Author URL.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2005).  Patterns in the emergence of. green (Chelonia mydas) and loggerhead (Caretta caretta) turtle hatchlings from their nests. Marine Biology, 146, 1039-1049.
Godley, B.J. (2005). Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tool (STAT): an Integrated System for Archiving, Analyzing and Mapping Animal Tracking Data. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 301(1), 1-7. Author URL.
Parsons, J. Austin, T.J. Broderick, A.C. (2005). Some of them came home: the Cayman Turtle Farm headstarting project for the green turtle Chelonia mydas. Oryx, 39, 137-148.
Hawkes LA, Broderick, A.C. Godfrey, M.H. Godley, B.J. (2005). Status of nesting loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta at Bald Head Island (North Carolina, USA) after 24 years of intensive monitoring and conservation. Oryx, 39, 65-72.
Jeffers, J. Godley, B.J. (2005). The Status of Marine Turtles in Montserrat (Eastern Caribbean). Animal and Biodiversity Conservation, 28, 159-168.
Kelly A, Godley BJ, Furness RW (2004). Magpies, pica pica, at the southern limit of their range actively select their thermal environment at high ambient temperatures. Zoology in the Middle East, 32(1), 13-26. Abstract. DOI.
Hays GC, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Nichols WJ, Chaloupka M, Parker D, Balazs G (2004). Tracking turtles to their death. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 283, 299-302.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2003). Climate change and sea turtles: a 150-year reconstruction of incubation temperatures at a major marine turtle rookery. Global Change Biology, 9, 642-646.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2003). Incubation environment affects phenotype of naturally incubated green turtle hatchlings. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 83, 1183-1186.
Åkesson, S. Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. (2003). Island finding ability of marine turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 270, S5-S7.
Lima, E. HS, M. Åkesson, S. (2003). Movement patterns of green turtles in Brazilian coastal waters described by satellite tracking and flipper tagging. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 253:279-288
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2003). Multiple paternity assessed using microsatellite markers, in green turtles Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus, 1758) of Ascension Island, South Atlantic. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 291, 149-160.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2003). Navigation by green turtles: which strategy do displaced adults use to find Ascension Island?. Oikos, 103, 363-372.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Hays, G.C. (2003). Post-nesting movements and submergence patterns of loggerhead marine turtles in the Mediterranean assessed by satellite tracking. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 287, 119-134.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Luschi, P. (2003). Satellite telemetry suggests high levels of fishing-induced mortality in marine turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 262, 305-309.
Glen, F. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2003). Variation in reproductive output of marine turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 288, 95-109.
Glen, F. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2002). Behavioural plasticity in a large marine herbivore: contrasting patterns of depth utilisation between two green turtle (Chelonia mydas) populations. Marine Biology, 141, 985-990.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Lovell, P. (2002). Bi-phasal long-distance migration in green turtles. Animal Behaviour, 64, 895-898.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2002). Diving behaviour during the internesting interval for loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) nesting in Cyprus. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 227, 63-70.
Glen, F. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2002). Estimating the number of Green and Loggerhead Turtles nesting annually in the Mediterranean. Oryx, 36: 227-236
Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2002). Estimating the size of nesting populations of Green and Loggerhead turtles in the Mediterranean. Oryx, 36, 227-236.
Barbosa, C. Indjai, B. Almeida, A. (2002). First census of the green turtle at Poilao, Bijagos Archipelago, Guinea-Bissau: the most important nesting colony on the Atlantic coast of Africa. Oryx, 36, 400-403.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Richardson S (2002). Long-term satellite telemetry of the movements and habitat utilisation by green turtles in the Mediterranean. Ecography, 25(3), 352-362. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Frauenstein, R. (2002). Reproductive seasonality and sexual dimorphism in green turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 226, 125-133.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. (2002). Temperature dependent sex determination of Ascension Island green turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 226, 115-124.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. West, S.A. (2002). The effects of incubation environment, sex and pedigree on the hatchling phenotype in a natural population of loggerhead turtles. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 4, 737-748.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2002). Water temperature and internesting intervals for loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and green (Chelonia mydas) sea turtles. Journal of Thermal Biology, 27, 429-432.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2002). Weight change associated with long-term fasting in a marine reptile: the case of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Ascension Island. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 80, 1299-1302.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2002). Weight change associated with long-term fasting in a marine reptile: the case of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Ascension Island. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80: 1299-1302. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 80, 1299-1302.
Broderick, A.C. Deeming, J. Godley, B.J. (2001). Dipteran infestation of loggerhead (Caretta caretta), and green (Chelonia mydas), sea turtle nests in northern Cyprus. Journal of natural History, 35, 573-581.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Metcalfe, J.D. (2001). Dive angles for a green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Journal of Marine Biological Association(UK), 81, 683-686.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Mrosovsky N (2001). Estimating hatchling sex ratios of loggerhead turtles in Cyprus from incubation durations. MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 210, 195-201. Author URL. DOI.
Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2001). Metabolic heating and the prediction of sex ratios for green turtles (Chelonia mydas). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 74(2), 161-170. DOI.
McGowan A, Rowe, L.V. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2001). Nest factors predisposing loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) clutches to infestation by dipteran larvae on northern Cyprus. Copeia, 2001(3), 808-812.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Hays GC (2001). Nesting of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Ascension Island, South Atlantic. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 97(2), 151-158. Author URL. DOI.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. (2001). Nesting of the Green Turtle, Chelonia mydas, in the Mediterranean: a review of status and conservation needs. Zoology in the Middle East, 24, 45-74.
Åkesson S, Luschi P, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Papi F, Hays GC (2001). Oceanic long-distance navigation: Do experienced migrants use the earth's magnetic field?. Journal of Navigation, 54(3), 419-427. Abstract. DOI.
Luschi, P. Papi, F. Hays, G. (2001). Oceanic long-distance navigation: do experienced migrants use the Earth's magnetic field?. Proceedings of the Royal Society of navigation, 27, 1-10.
Oerghi, A. Coyne, M.S. (2001). Resources available to individuals and organisations involved with marine turtle research and conservation in the Mediterranean. Zoology in the Middle East, 24, 55-60.
Godley BJ, Ouerghi A, Coyne MS (2001). Resources available to individuals and organisations involved with marine turtle research and conservation in the mediterranean. Zoology in the Middle East, 24(1), 155-160. Abstract. DOI.
Luschi P, Akesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Papi F, Hays GC (2001). Testing the navigational abilities of ocean migrants: displacement experiments on green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas). BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY, 50(6), 528-534. Author URL. DOI.
Hays GC, Akesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Martin C, Metcalfe JD, Papi F (2001). The diving behaviour of green turtles undertaking oceanic migration to and from Ascension Island: dive durations, dive profiles and depth distribution. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 204(23), 4093-4098. Author URL.
Åkesson, S. Godley, B.J. Luschi, P. (2001). The implications of location accuracy for the interpretation of satellite tracking data. Animal Behaviour, 61, 1035-1040.
Hays GC, Ashworth JS, Barnsley MJ, Broderick AC, Emery DR, Godley BJ, Henwood A, Jones EL (2001). The importance of sand albedo for the thermal conditions on sea turtle nesting beaches. OIKOS, 93(1), 87-94. Author URL. DOI.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. (2001). The movements and submergence behaviour of male green turtles at Ascension Island. Marine Biology, 139, 395-399.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Downie JR, Glen F, Houghton JDR, Kirkwood I, Reece S, Hays GC (2001). Thermal conditions in nests of loggerhead turtles: further evidence suggesting female skewed sex ratios of hatchling production in the Mediterranean. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY, 263(1), 45-63. Author URL. DOI.
Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2001). Trophic status drives interannual variability in nesting numbers of marine turtles. Proc Biol Sci, 268(1475), 1481-1487. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. Austin, T. (2001). Two hundred years after a commercial marine turtle fishery: the current status of marine turtles nesting in the Cayman Islands. Oryx, 35, 145-152.
Hochscheid, S. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2000). Diving behaviour of green turtles: dive depth, dive duration and activity levels. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 208, 297-298.
Godley, B.J. Reece, S. Downie, J.R. (2000). Incubation periods and sex ratios of green turtles: highly female biased hatchling production in the eastern Mediterranean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 202, 273-281.
Adams, C.R. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2000). The diving behaviour of green turtles at Ascension island. Animal Behaviour, 59, 577-586.
Thompson, D.R. Furness, R.W. (1999).  Do heavy metal concentrations pose a threat to marine turtles from the Mediterranean Sea?. Mar Poll Bull, 38, 497-502.
Godley, B.J. Furness, R.W. Wells, D.E. (1999). Concentrations and Patterns of Organochlorine Contaminants in Marine Turtles from Mediterranean and Atlantic Waters. Marine Environmental Research, 47(2), 117-135.
Godley, B.J. (1999). Effect of tagging marine turtles on nesting behaviour and reproductive success. Animal Behaviour, 58, 587-591.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. (1999). Long-term thermal conditions on the nesting beaches of green turtles on Ascension Island. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 185, 297-299.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. Wilson, R.P. (1999). Reptilian diving: highly variable dive patterns in the green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 185, 101-112.
Broderick, A.C. Moraghan, S. (1999). Short term effectiveness of Passive Integrated Transponders (PITs) used in the study of Mediterranean marine turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 3, 477-479.
Gucu, A.C. Broderick, A.C. Furness, R.W. (1998). Interaction between marine turtles and artisanal fisheries in the eastern Mediterranean: a probable cause for concern?. Zoology in the Middle East, 16, 49-64.
Casale, P. Bradai, M.N. Godley, B.J. (1998). Molecular Resolution of Marine Turtle Stock composition in fishery bycatch: a case study in the Mediterranean. Molecular Ecology, 7, 1529-1542.
Gaywood, M.J. Law, R.J. McCarthy, C.J. (1998). Patterns of Marine Turtle Mortality in British Waters (1992 - 1996) with Reference to Tissue Contaminant Levels. Journal of Marine Biological Association(UK), 78, 973-984.
Godley BJ, Gaywood MJ, Law RJ, Mccarthy CJ, Mckenzie C, Patterson IAP, Penrose RS, Reid RJ, Ross HM (1998). Patterns of marine turtle mortality in British waters (1992-1996) with reference to tissue contaminant levels. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 78(3), 973-984. Abstract.
Thompson, D.R. Waldron, S. Furness, R.W. (1998). The trophic status of marine turtles determined by stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 166, 277-284.
Reid SWJ, Godley BJ, Henderson SM, Lawrie GJ, Lloyd D, Small K, Swannie N, Thomas RL (1997). Ecology and behaviour of the feral donkey, equus asinus, population of the karpas peninsula, northern cyprus. Zoology in the Middle East, 14(1), 27-36. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Smith SM, Clark PF, Taylor JD (1997). Molluscan and crustacean items in the diet of the loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta (Linnaeus, 1758) [Testudines: Chelonidae] in the eastern Mediterranean. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 63(3), 474-476. DOI.
Smith, S.M. Clark, P.F. Taylor, J.D. (1997). Molluscan and crustacean items in the diet of the loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta (Linnaeus, 1758) [Testudines: Chelonidae] in the eastern Mediterranean. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 63, 476-478.
Godley, B.J. (1997). Observations of reproductive behaviour of male green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at a nesting beach in Cyprus. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 2(4), 615-616.
Godley, B.J. (1996). Population and nesting ecology of the green turtle, Chelonia mydas, and loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta, in northern Cyprus. Zoology in the Middle East, 13, 27-46.

Conferences

Blondel P, Thies PR, Walsh J, Garrett JK, Godley B, Witt M, Johanning L (2017). Acoustic life cycle assessment of offshore renewables—Implications from a wave-energy converter deployment in Falmouth Bay, UK. Underwater Acoustics Conference and Exhibition Series. Skiathos Island, Greece. 3rd - 8th Sep 2017. Abstract. DOI.

Reports

Broderick, A.C. Campbell, L.M. Ranger, S. (2004). An Assessment of the Status and Exploitation of Marine Turtles in the UK Overseas Territories in the Wider Caribbean. Final Project Report to the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Author URL.

Publications by year



In Press

Patricio AR, Formia A, Barbosa C, Broderick AC, Bruford M, Carreras C, Catry P, Ciofi C, Regalla A, Godley BJ, et al (In Press). Dispersal of green turtles from Africa’s largest rookery assessed through genetic markers. Marine Ecology Progress Series Full text.
Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Chaloupka M, Saba VS, Bellini C, Marcovaldi MAG, Santos AJ, Bortolon LFW, Meylan AB, Meylan PA, et al (In Press). Ecological regime shift drives declining growth rates of sea turtles throughout the West Atlantic. Global Change Biology Full text.
Patino-Martinez J, Marco A, Quinones L, Godley BJ (In Press). Globally significant nesting of the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) on the Caribbean coast of Colombia and Panama. (for pre-print please contact juanpatino@ebd.csic.es). Biological Conservation
Patino-Martinez J, Godley BJ, Quinones L, Marco A (In Press). Impact of tropical forest logging on the reproductive success of leatherback turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series Full text.
Rees AF, Carreras C, Broderick AC, Margaritoulis D, Stringell T, Godley BJ (In Press). Linking loggerhead locations: using multiple methods to determine the origin of sea turtles in feeding grounds. Marine Biology Full text.
Doherty PD, Baxter JM, Gell FR, Godley BJ, Graham RT, Hall G, Hall J, Hawkes LA, Henderson SM, Johnson L, et al (In Press). Long-term satellite tracking reveals variable seasonal migration strategies of basking sharks in the north-east Atlantic. Scientific Reports Full text.
Godley BJ, Witt MJ, Galloway TS, Nelms SE, Coombes C, Foster LC, Lindeque PK (In Press). Marine anthropogenic litter on British beaches: a 10-year nationwide assessment using citizen science data. Science of the Total Environment Full text.
Chevis MG, Godley BJ, Lewis JP, Lewis JJ, Scales KL, Graham RT (In Press). Movement patterns of juvenile hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) at a Caribbean coral atoll: long-term tracking using passive acoustic telemetry. Endangered Species Research Full text.
Stevens M, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Lown AE, Troscianko J, Weber N, Weber SB (In Press). Phenotype-Environment Matching in Sand Fleas. Biology Letters Full text.
Stringell TB, Clerveaux WV, Godley BJ, Phillips Q, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, Broderick AC (In Press). Protecting the breeders: research informs legislative change in a marine turtle fishery. Biodiversity and Conservation Abstract. DOI.
Ortiz N, Mangel JC, Wang J, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Pingo S, Jimenez A, Suarez T, Swimmer Y, Carvalho F, Godley BJ, et al (In Press). Reducing green turtle bycatch in small-scale fisheries using illuminated gillnets: the Cost of Saving a Sea Turtle. Marine Ecology Progress Series Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rees AF, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Barata PCR, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Bourjea J, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Cardona L, Carreras C, et al (In Press). Review: Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles?. Endangered Species Research Full text.
Votier SC, Grecian WJ, Witt MJ, Bearhop, Attrill M, Godley BJ (In Press). Seabird diversity hotspot linked to ocean productivity in the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem. Biology Letters Full text.
Scott R, Biastoch A, Agamboue PD, Bayer T, Boussamba FI, Formia A, Godley BJ, Mabert BDK, Manfoumbi JC, Schwarzkopf FU, et al (In Press). Spatiotemporal variation in ocean current driven hatchling dispersion: implications for the world’s largest leatherback sea turtle nesting region. Diversity and Distributions Full text.
Doherty PD, Baxter JM, Godley BJ, Graham RT, Hall G, Hall J, Hawkes LA, Henderson SM, Johnson L, Witt MJ, et al (In Press). Testing the boundaries: Seasonal residency and inter-annual site fidelity of basking sharks in a proposed marine protected area. Biological Conservation Full text.

2017

Casale P, Abitsi G, Aboro MP, Agamboue PD, Agbode L, Allela NL, Angueko D, Bibang Bi Nguema JN, Boussamba F, Cardiec F, et al (2017). A first estimate of sea turtle bycatch in the industrial trawling fishery of Gabon. Biodiversity and Conservation, 26(10), 2421-2433. Abstract. DOI.
Blondel P, Thies PR, Walsh J, Garrett JK, Godley B, Witt M, Johanning L (2017). Acoustic life cycle assessment of offshore renewables—Implications from a wave-energy converter deployment in Falmouth Bay, UK. Underwater Acoustics Conference and Exhibition Series. Skiathos Island, Greece. 3rd - 8th Sep 2017. Abstract. DOI.
Weber SB, Weber N, Godley BJ, Pelembe T, Stroud S, Williams N, Broderick AC (2017). Ascension Island as a mid-Atlantic developmental habitat for juvenile hawksbill turtles. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 97(4), 813-820. Abstract. DOI.
Humber F, Andriamahaino ET, Beriziny T, Botosoamananto R, Godley BJ, Gough C, Pedron S, Ramahery V, Broderick AC (2017). Assessing the small-scale shark fishery of Madagascar through community-based monitoring and knowledge. Fisheries Research, 186, 131-143. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hancock JM, Furtado S, Merino S, Godley BJ, Nuno A (2017). Exploring drivers and deterrents of the illegal consumption and trade of marine turtle products in Cape Verde, and implications for conservation planning. ORYX, 51(3), 428-436. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Nicolas T, Raynaud O, Pichon F, Broderick A (2017). Placing Madagascar's marine turtle populations in a regional context using community-based monitoring. ORYX, 51(3), 542-553. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Cox SL, Witt MJ, Embling CB, Godley BJ, Hosegood PJ, Miller PI, Votier SC, Ingram SN (2017). Temporal patterns in habitat use by small cetaceans at an oceanographically dynamic marine renewable energy test site in the Celtic Sea. Deep-Sea Research Part II: Topical Studies in Oceanography, 141, 178-190. Abstract. DOI.

2016

Metcalfe K, Collins T, Abernethy KE, Boumba R, Dengui J-C, Miyalou R, Parnell RJ, Plummer KE, Russell DJF, Safou GK, et al (2016). Addressing Uncertainty in Marine Resource Management; Combining Community Engagement and Tracking Technology to Characterize Human Behavior. Conservation Letters, 10(4), 460-469. Full text. DOI.
Rees AF, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Barata PCR, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Bourjea J, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Cardona L, Carreras C, et al (2016). Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles?. Endangered Species Research, 31(1), 337-382. Abstract. DOI.
Bicknell AWJ, Godley BJ, Sheehan EV, Votier SC, Witt MJ (2016). Camera technology for monitoring marine biodiversity and human impact. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, 14(8), 424-432. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Greaves D, Conley D, Magagna D, Aires E, Chambel Leitão J, Witt M, Embling CB, Godley BJ, Bicknell AWJ, Saulnier JB, et al (2016). Environmental Impact Assessment: Gathering experiences from wave energy test centres in Europe. International Journal of Marine Energy, 14, 68-79. Abstract. DOI.
Colman LP, Patrício ARC, McGowan A, Santos AJB, Marcovaldi MÂ, Bellini C, Godley BJ (2016). Long-term growth and survival dynamics of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at an isolated tropical archipelago in Brazil. Marine Biology, 162(1), 111-122. Abstract. DOI.
Garrett JK, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Johanning L (2016). Long-term underwater sound measurements in the shipping noise indicator bands 63Hz and 125Hz from the port of Falmouth Bay, UK. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 110(1), 438-448. Full text. DOI.
Varo-Cruz N, Bermejo JA, Calabuig P, Cejudo D, Godley BJ, López-Jurado LF, Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hawkes LA (2016). New findings about the spatial and temporal use of the Eastern Atlantic Ocean by large juvenile loggerhead turtles. Diversity and Distributions Abstract. DOI.
Patrício AR, Diez CE, Van Dam RP, Godley BJ (2016). Novel insights into the dynamics of green turtle fibropapillomatosis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 547, 247-255. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Godley BJ, Latham H, Richardson PB, Robson LM, Solandt J-L, Trundle C, Wood C, Witt MJ (2016). Pink sea fans (Eunicella verrucosa) as indicators of the spatial efficacy of Marine Protected Areas in southwest UK coastal waters. Marine Policy, 64, 38-45. Full text. DOI.
Nelms SE, Duncan EM, Broderick AC, Galloway TS, Godfrey MH, Hamann M, Lindeque PK, Godley BJ (2016). Plastic and marine turtles: a review and call for research. ICES JOURNAL OF MARINE SCIENCE, 73(2), 165-181. Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Jeffers VF, Godley BJ (2016). Satellite tracking in sea turtles: How do we find our way to the conservation dividends?. Biological Conservation, 199, 172-184. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Nelms SE, Piniak WED, Weir CR, Godley BJ (2016). Seismic surveys and marine turtles: an underestimated global threat?. Biological Conservation, 193, 49-65. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Snape RTE, Broderick AC, Çiçek BA, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Stokes K, Godley BJ (2016). Shelf life: Neritic habitat use of a turtle population highly threatened by fisheries. Diversity and Distributions, 22(7), 797-807. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, Broderick AC, McGowan A, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Chaloupka M, Van Dam RP, Diez CE, et al (2016). Somatic growth dynamics of West Atlantic hawksbill sea turtles: a spatio-temporal perspective. Ecosphere, 7 Full text. DOI.
Mills CA, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ (2016). Take Only Photographs, Leave Only Footprints: Novel Applications of Non-Invasive Survey Methods for Rapid Detection of Small, Arboreal Animals. PLoS One, 11(1). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Stringell TB, Clerveaux WV, Godley BJ, Kent FEA, Lewis EDG, Marsh JE, Phillips Q, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, Broderick AC, et al (2016). Taxonomic distinctness in the diet of two sympatric marine turtle species. Marine Ecology, 37(5), 1036-1049. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Merchant ND, Brookes KL, Faulkner RC, Bicknell AWJ, Godley BJ, Witt MJ (2016). Underwater noise levels in UK waters. Scientific Reports, 6(1). Full text. DOI.

2015

Revuelta O, León YM, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Balbuena JA, Mason A, Poulton K, Savoré S, Raga JA, et al (2015). Assessing the efficacy of direct conservation interventions: Clutch protection of the leatherback marine turtle in the Dominican Republic. ORYX, 49(4), 677-686. Abstract. DOI.
Humber F, Andriamahefazafy M, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2015). Endangered, essential and exploited: How extant laws are not enough to protect marine megafauna in Madagascar. Marine Policy, 60, 70-83. Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, Hawkes L, León YM, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2015). Evaluating the importance of Marine Protected Areas for the conservation of hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata nesting in the Dominican Republic. Endangered Species Research, 27(2), 169-180. Abstract. DOI.
Hammerschlag N, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd M, Frick MG, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Griffin DB, Hartog K, et al (2015). Evaluating the landscape of fear between apex predatory sharks and mobile sea turtles across a large dynamic seascape. Ecology, 96(8), 2117-2126. Full text. DOI.
Stringell TB, Clerveaux WV, Godley BJ, Phillips Q, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, Broderick AC (2015). Fisher choice may increase prevalence of green turtle fibropapillomatosis disease. Frontiers in Marine Science, 2 Full text. DOI.
Metcalfe K, Agamboué PD, Augowet E, Boussamba F, Cardiec F, Fay JM, Formia A, Kema Kema JR, Kouerey C, Mabert BDK, et al (2015). Going the extra mile: Ground-based monitoring of olive ridley turtles reveals Gabon hosts the largest rookery in the Atlantic. Biological Conservation, 190, 14-22. Abstract. DOI.
Stokes KL, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Candan O, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Levy Y, Rees AF, Rilov G, Snape RT, et al (2015). Migratory corridors and foraging hotspots: Critical habitats identified for Mediterranean green turtles. Diversity and Distributions Abstract. DOI.
Stokes KL, Broderick AC, Canbolat AF, Candan O, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Levy Y, Rees AF, Rilov G, Snape RT, et al (2015). Migratory corridors and foraging hotspots: Critical habitats identified for Mediterranean green turtles. Diversity and Distributions, 21(6), 665-674. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Broderick AC, Cejudo D, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Lopez P, López-Jurado LF, Elsy Merino S, Varo-Cruz N, et al (2015). Modelling the niche for a marine vertebrate: a case study incorporating behavioural plasticity, proximate threats and climate change. Ecography, 38(8), 803-812. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hart CE, Blanco GS, Coyne MS, Delgado-Trejo C, Godley BJ, Jones TT, Resendiz A, Seminoff JA, Witt MJ, Nichols WJ, et al (2015). Multinational tagging efforts illustrate regional scale of distribution and threats for east pacific green turtles (Chelonia mydas agassizii). PLoS One, 10(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Scales KL, Miller PI, Varo-Cruz N, Hodgson DJ, Hawkes LA, Godley BJ (2015). Oceanic loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta associate with thermal fronts: Evidence from the Canary Current Large Marine Ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 519, 195-207. Abstract. DOI.
Bourjea J, Mortimer JA, Garnier J, Okemwa G, Godley BJ, Hughes G, Dalleau M, Jean C, Ciccione S, Muths D, et al (2015). Population structure enhances perspectives on regional management of the western Indian Ocean green turtle. Conservation Genetics Abstract. DOI.
Bourjea J, Mortimer JA, Garnier J, Okemwa G, Godley BJ, Hughes G, Dalleau M, Jean C, Ciccione S, Muths D, et al (2015). Population structure enhances perspectives on regional management of the western Indian Ocean green turtle. Conservation Genetics, 16(5), 1069-1083. Abstract. DOI.

2014

Casale P, Freggi D, Furii G, Vallini C, Salvemini P, Deflorio M, Totaro G, Raimondi S, Fortuna C, Godley BJ, et al (2014). Annual survival probabilities of juvenile loggerhead sea turtles indicate high anthropogenic impact on Mediterranean populations. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Balbuena JA, Mason A, Poulton K, Savoré S, Raga JA, et al (2014). Assessing the efficacy of direct conservation interventions: clutch protection of the leatherback marine turtle in the Dominican Republic. ORYX Abstract. DOI.
Doherty PD, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Hodgson DJ, Mangel JC, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2014). Big catch, little sharks: Insight into Peruvian small-scale longline fisheries. Ecology and Evolution, 4(12), 2375-2383. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Godley BJ, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Witt MJ (2014). Cnidaria in UK coastal waters: Description of spatio-temporal patterns and inter-annual variability. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 94(7), 1401-1408. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Godley BJ, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Witt MJ (2014). Cnidaria in UK coastal waters: description of spatio-temporal patterns and inter-annual variability. The Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom Full text. DOI.
Hammerschlag N, Cooke SJ, Gallagher AJ, Godley BJ (2014). Considering the fate of electronic tags: Interactions with stakeholders and user responsibility when encountering tagged aquatic animals. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 5(11), 1147-1153. Abstract. DOI.
Carreras C, Godley BJ, León YM, Hawkes LA, Revuelta O, Raga JA, Tomás J (2014). Correction: Contextualising the Last Survivors: Population Structure of Marine Turtles in the Dominican Republic. PLoS ONE, 9(1). DOI.
Stokes KL, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ, Rhodes KA, Snape RTE, Broderick AC (2014). Detecting green shoots of recovery: the importance of long-term individual-based monitoring of marine turtles. Animal Conservation, 17(6), 593-602. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Mcgowan A, Broderick AC, Gore S, Wheatley D, White J, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2014). High rates of growth recorded for hawksbill sea turtles in Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Ecology and Evolution, 4(8), 1255-1266. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Colman LP, Patrício ARC, McGowan A, Santos AJB, Marcovaldi MÂ, Bellini C, Godley BJ (2014). Long-term growth and survival dynamics of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at an isolated tropical archipelago in Brazil. Marine Biology
Carreras C, Rees AF, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Margaritoulis D (2014). Mitochondrial DNA markers of loggerhead marine turtles (Caretta caretta) (Testudines: Cheloniidae) nesting at Kyparissia Bay, Greece, confirm the western Greece unit and regional structuring. Scientia Marina, 78(1), 115-124. Abstract. DOI.
Carreras C, Rees AF, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Margaritoulis D (2014). Mitochondrial DNA markers of loggerhead marine turtles (Caretta caretta) (Testudines: Cheloniidae) nesting at Kyparissia Bay, Greece, confirm the western Greece unit and regional structuring. SCIENTIA MARINA, 78(1), 115-124. Author URL. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Broderick AC, Cejudo D, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Lopez P, López-Jurado LF, Elsy Merino S, Varo-Cruz N, et al (2014). Modelling the niche for a marine vertebrate: a case study incorporating behavioural plasticity, proximate threats and climate change. Ecography DOI.
Putman NF, Abreu-Grobois FA, Broderick AC, Ciofi C, Formia A, Godley BJ, Stroud S, Pelembe T, Verley P, Williams N, et al (2014). Numerical dispersal simulations and genetics help explain the origin of hawksbill sea turtles in Ascension Island. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 450, 98-108. Abstract. DOI.
Fossette S, Witt MJ, Miller P, Nalovic MA, Albareda D, Almeida AP, Broderick AC, Chacón-Chaverri D, Coyne MS, Domingo A, et al (2014). Pan-atlantic analysis of the overlap of a highly migratory species, the leatherback turtle, with pelagic longline fisheries. Proc Biol Sci, 281(1780). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Weber SB, Weber N, Ellick J, Avery A, Frauenstein R, Godley BJ, Sim J, Williams N, Broderick AC (2014). Recovery of the South Atlantic's largest green turtle nesting population. BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION, 23(12), 3005-3018. Author URL. DOI.
Maclean IM, Inger R, Booth CG, Embling CB, Grecian WJ, Heymans JJ, Plummer K, Shackshaft M, Sparling C, Wilson B, et al (2014). Resolving issues with environmental impact assessment of marine renewable energy installations. Frontiers in Marine Science, 1(75). Full text. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2014). So excellent a fishe: a global overview of legal marine turtle fisheries. Diversity and Distributions, 20(5), 579-590. Abstract. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2014). So excellent a fishe: a global overview of legal marine turtle fisheries. Diversity and Distributions
Horne CR, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Rhodes KA, Snape R, Stokes KL, Broderick AC (2014). The effect of thermal variance on the phenotype of marine turtle offspring. Physiol Biochem Zool, 87(6), 796-804. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Balbuena JA, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2014). The value of endangered species in protected areas at risk: the case of the leatherback turtle in the Dominican Republic. Biodiversity and Conservation, 23(6), 1529-1539. Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Balbuena JA, Broderick AC, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2014). The value of endangered species in protected areas at risk: the case of the leatherback turtle in the Dominican Republic. Biodiversity and Conservation
McClellan CM, Brereton T, Dell'Amico F, Johns DG, Cucknell A-C, Patrick SC, Penrose R, Ridoux V, Solandt J-L, Stephan E, et al (2014). Understanding the distribution of marine megafauna in the English channel region: identifying key habitats for conservation within the busiest seaway on earth. PLoS One, 9(2). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

2013

Carreras C, Godley BJ, León YM, Hawkes LA, Revuelta O, Raga JA, Tomás J (2013). Contextualising the Last Survivors: Population Structure of Marine Turtles in the Dominican Republic. PLoS ONE, 8(6). Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Rees AF, Margaritoulis D, Newman R, Riggall TE, Tsaros P, Zbinden JA, Godley BJ (2013). Ecology of loggerhead marine turtles Caretta caretta in a neritic foraging habitat: Movements, sex ratios and growth rates. Marine Biology, 160(3), 519-529. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, McGowan A, Godley BJ, Gore S, Lange A, Tyler CR, Wheatley D, White J, Witt MJ, Broderick AC, et al (2013). Estimating sex ratios in Caribbean hawksbill turtles: Testosterone levels and climate effects. Aquatic Biology, 18(1), 9-19. Abstract. DOI.
Griffin DB, Murphy SR, Frick MG, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd MG, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Hawkes LA, et al (2013). Foraging habitats and migration corridors utilized by a recovering subpopulation of adult female loggerhead sea turtles: Implications for conservation. Marine Biology, 160(12), 3071-3086. Abstract. DOI.
Griffin DB, Murphy SR, Frick MG, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd MG, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Hawkes LA, et al (2013). Foraging habitats and migration corridors utilized by a recovering subpopulation of adult female loggerhead sea turtles: implications for conservation. Marine Biology, 1-16.
Rees AF, Hafez AA, Lloyd JR, Papathansopoulou N, Godley BJ (2013). Green turtles, chelonia mydas, in Kuwait: Nesting and movements. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1), 157-163. Abstract. DOI.
King C, Lomolino M, Roemer G, Godley B (2013). Habitat case studies: islands. , 204-221. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Agamboue PD, Bonguno EA, Boussamba F, Cardiec F, Michael Fay J, Formia A, Godley BJ, Laurance WF, Mabert BDK, et al (2013). Here today, here tomorrow: Beached timber in Gabon, a persistent threat to nesting sea turtles. Biological Conservation Full text. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ, Reece SE, Witt MJ, Broderick AC (2013). Importance of spatio-temporal data for predicting the effects of climate change on marine turtle sex ratios. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 488, 267-274. Abstract. DOI.
Mills CA, Dawson DA, Horsburgh GJ, Godley BJ, Hodgson DJ (2013). Isolation and characterisation of hazel dormouse (Muscardinus avellanarius) microsatellite loci. Conservation Genetics Resources, 5(3), 687-692. Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Gore S, Gumbs JC, Pickering A, Ranger S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2013). Leatherback turtle conservation in the Caribbean UK overseas territories: Act local, think global?. Marine Policy, 38, 483-490. Abstract. DOI.
Stringell TB, Calosso MC, Claydon JAB, Clerveaux W, Godley BJ, Lockhart KJ, Phillips Q, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Sanghera A, et al (2013). Marine turtle harvest in a mixed small-scale fishery: Evidence for revised management measures. Ocean and Coastal Management, 82, 34-42. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2013). No benefits of polyandry to female green turtles. Behavioral Ecology, 24(4), 1022-1029. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Maxwell SM, Pendoley K, Costa DP, Coyne MS, Formia A, Godley BJ, Klein W, Makanga-Bahouna J, Maruca S, et al (2013). On the front line: Integrated habitat mapping for olive ridley sea turtles in the Southeast Atlantic. Diversity and Distributions, 19(12), 1518-1530. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Maxwell SM, Pendoley K, Costa DP, Coyne MS, Formia A, Godley BJ, Klein W, Makanga-Bahouna J, Maruca S, et al (2013). On the front line: integrated habitat mapping for olive ridley sea turtles in the southeast Atlantic. Diversity and Distributions, 19(12), 1518-1530. Full text. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Ekanayake L, Kapurusinghe T, Premakumara C, Ranger S, Saman MM, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2013). Satellite telemetry reveals behavioural plasticity in a green turtle population nesting in Sri Lanka. Marine Biology, 160(6), 1415-1426. Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Ekanayake L, Kapurusinghe T, Premakumara C, Ranger S, Saman MM, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2013). Satellite telemetry reveals behavioural plasticity in a green turtle population nesting in Sri Lanka. Marine Biology, 1-12.
Varo-Cruz N, Hawkes LA, Cejudo D, López P, Coyne MS, Godley BJ, López-Jurado LF (2013). Satellite tracking derived insights into migration and foraging strategies of male loggerhead turtles in the eastern Atlantic. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 443, 134-140. Abstract. DOI.
Snape RTE, Beton D, Broderick AC, Çiçek BA, Fuller WJ, Özden O, Godley BJ (2013). Strand monitoring and anthropological surveys provide insight into marine turtle bycatch in small-scale fisheries of the Eastern Mediterranean. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 12(1), 44-55. Abstract. DOI.
Weber N, Weber SB, Godley BJ, Ellick J, Witt M, Broderick AC (2013). Telemetry as a tool for improving estimates of marine turtle abundance. Biological Conservation, 167, 90-96. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Witt MJ, Hodgson DJ, Godley BJ (2013). Using pingers to reduce bycatch of small cetaceans in Peru's small-scale driftnet fishery. ORYX, 47(4), 595-606. Abstract. DOI.

2012

Stipala J, Lutzmann N, Malonza PK, Wilkinson P, Godley B, Nyamache J, Evans MR (2012). A new species of chameleon (Squamata: Chamaeleonidae) from the Aberdare Mountains in the central highlands of Kenya. Zootaxa(3391), 1-22. Abstract.
Grecian WJ, Attrill MJ, Votier SC, Witt MJ, Bearhop S, Godley BJ, Grémillet D, Grémillet D, Hamer KC (2012). A novel projection technique to identify important at-sea areas for seabird conservation: an example using Northern gannets breeding in the North East Atlantic. Biological Conservation Abstract. DOI.
Marco A, Abella E, Liria-Loza A, Martins S, Lopez O, Jimenez-Bordon S, Medina M, Oujo C, Gaona P, Godley BJ, et al (2012). Abundance and exploitation of loggerhead turtles nesting in Boa Vista island, Cape Verde: the only substantial rookery in the eastern Atlantic. ANIMAL CONSERVATION, 15(4), 351-360. Author URL. DOI.
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2012). Assessing sound exposure from shipping in coastal waters using a single hydrophone and Automatic Identification System (AIS) data. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 64(7), 1320-1329. Abstract. DOI.
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2012). Assessing sound exposure from shipping in coastal waters using a single hydrophone and Automatic Identification System (AIS) data. Mar Pollut Bull, 64(7), 1320-1329. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Witt MJ, Sheehan EV, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, Conley DC, Cotterell SP, Crow E, Grecian WJ, Halsband C, Hodgson DJ, et al (2012). Assessing wave energy effects on biodiversity: the Wave Hub experience. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 370(1959), 502-529.
Witt MJ, Sheehan EV, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, Conley DC, Cotterell SP, Crow E, Grecian WJ, Halsband C, Hodgson DJ, et al (2012). Assessing wave energy effects on biodiversity: the Wave Hub experience. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 370(1959), 502-529. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Hardy T, Johnson L, McClellan CM, Pikesley SK, Ranger S, Richardson PB, Solandt JL, Speedie C, Williams R, et al (2012). Basking sharks in the northeast Atlantic: Spatio-temporal trends from sightings in UK waters. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 459, 121-134. Abstract. DOI.
Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hardy T, Loveridge J, Loveridge J, Williams R, Godley BJ (2012). Cetacean sightings and strandings: Evidence for spatial and temporal trends?. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(8), 1809-1820. Abstract. DOI.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Conservation related insights into the behaviour of the olive ridley sea turtle Lepidochelys olivacea nesting in Oman. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 450, 195-205. Abstract. DOI.
Rees AF, Al-Kiyumi A, Broderick AC, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2012). Each to their own: Inter-specific differences in migrations of Masirah Island turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 11(2), 243-248. Abstract. DOI.
Rees AF, Margaritoulis D, Newman R, Riggall TE, Tsaros P, Zbinden JA, Godley BJ (2012). Ecology of loggerhead marine turtles Caretta caretta in a neritic foraging habitat: movements, sex ratios and growth rates. Marine Biology, 1-11.
Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hardy T, Loveridge J, Loveridge J, Williams R, Godley BJ (2012). Erratum: Cetacean sightings and strandings: Evidence for spatial and temporal trends? (Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom DOI: 10.1017/S0025315411000464). Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(8), 1821-1822. DOI.
Scott R, Hodgson DJ, Witt MJ, Coyne MS, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Richardson PB, Rees AF, Godley BJ, Coyne MS, et al (2012). Global analysis of satellite tracking data shows that adult green turtles are significantly aggregated in Marine Protected Areas. Global Ecology and Biogeography Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Gore S, Gumbs JC, Pickering A, Ranger S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2012). Leatherback turtle conservation in the Caribbean UK overseas territories: Act local, think global?. Marine Policy
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2012). Long-term monitoring of sound exposure from shipping in coastal waters. 11th European Conference on Underwater Acoustics 2012, ECUA 2012, 34 2(PART 3), 1026-1033.
Casale P, Broderick AC, Freggi D, Mencacci R, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Luschi P (2012). Long-term residence of juvenile loggerhead turtles to foraging grounds: a potential conservation hotspot in the Mediterranean. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems
Casale P, Broderick AC, Freggi D, Mencacci R, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, Luschi P (2012). Long-term residence of juvenile loggerhead turtles to foraging grounds: a potential conservation hotspot in the Mediterranean. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 22(2), 144-154. Abstract. DOI.
Leeney RH, Witt MJ, Broderick AC, Buchanan J, Jarvis DS, Richardson PB, Godley BJ (2012). Marine megavertebrates of Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly: Relative abundance and distribution. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 92(8), 1823-1833. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Tomás J, Revuelta O, León YM, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Fish M, Raga JA, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2012). Migratory patterns in hawksbill turtles described by satellite tracking. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 461, 223-232. Abstract. DOI.
Hazen EL, Maxwell SM, Bailey H, Bograd SJ, Hamann M, Gaspar P, Godley BJ, Shillinger GL (2012). Ontogeny in marine tagging and tracking science: Technologies and data gaps. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 457, 221-240. Abstract. DOI.
Moncada FG, Hawkes LA, Fish MR, Godley BJ, Manolis SC, Medina Y, Nodarse G, Webb GJW (2012). Patterns of dispersal of hawksbill turtles from the Cuban shelf inform scale of conservation and management. Biological Conservation, 148(1), 191-199. Abstract. DOI.
Revuelta O, León YM, Feliz P, Godley BJ, Raga JA, Tomás J (2012). Protected areas host important remnants of marine turtle nesting stocks in the Dominican Republic. ORYX, 46(3), 348-358. Abstract. DOI.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Molecular Ecology, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract. DOI.
Wright LI, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Reconstruction of paternal genotypes over multiple breeding seasons reveals male green turtles do not breed annually. Mol Ecol, 21(14), 3625-3635. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Lewison R, Oro D, Godley BJ, Underhill L, Bearhop S, Wilson RP, Ainley D, Arcos JM, Boersma PD, Borboroglu PG, et al (2012). Research priorities for seabirds: Improving conservation and management in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research, 17(2), 93-121. Abstract. DOI.
Graham RT, Witt MJ, Castellanos DW, Remolina F, Maxwell S, Godley BJ, Hawkes LA (2012). Satellite tracking of manta rays highlights challenges to their conservation. PLoS One, 7(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Garnier J, Hill N, Guissamulo A, Silva I, Witt M, Godley B (2012). Status and community-based conservation of marine turtles in the northern Querimbas Islands (Mozambique). ORYX, 46(3), 359-367. Abstract. DOI.
Shillinger GL, Bailey H, Bograd SJ, Hazen EL, Hamann M, Gaspar P, Godley BJ, Wilson RP, Spotila JR (2012). Tagging through the stages: Technical and ecological challenges in observing life histories through biologging. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 457, 165-170. Abstract. DOI.
Alfaro-Shigueto J, Mangel JC, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2012). Trading information for conservation: a novel use of radio broadcasting to reduce sea turtle bycatch. ORYX, 46(3), 332-339. Author URL. DOI.
Wright LI, Stokes KL, Fuller WJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Snape R, Tregenza T, Broderick AC (2012). Turtle mating patterns buffer against disruptive effects of climate change. Proc Biol Sci, 279(1736), 2122-2127. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.

2011

Stipala J, Lutzmánn N, Malonza PK, Borghesio L, Wilkinson P, Godley B, Evans MR (2011). A new species of chameleon (Sauria: Chamaeleonidae) from the highlands of northwest Kenya. Zootaxa(3002), 1-16. Abstract.
Merchant ND, Witt MJ, Blondel P, Godley BJ, Smith GH (2011). Ambient noise in the western English channel: Temporal variability due to shipping and biological sources. Proceedings of the Institute of Acoustics, 33(PART 5), 27-29.
Pikesley SK, Witt MJ, Hardy T, Loveridge J, Loveridge J, Williams R, Godley BJ (2011). Cetacean sightings and strandings: evidence for spatial and temporal trends?. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, FirstView, 1-12-1-12. DOI.
Weber SB, Broderick AC, Groothuis TGG, Ellick J, Godley BJ, Blount JD (2011). Fine-scale thermal adaptation in a green turtle nesting population. Proceedings of the Royal Society of London B: Biological Sciences Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Witt MJ, Broderick AC, Coker JW, Coyne MS, Dodd M, Frick MG, Godfrey MH, Griffin DB, Murphy SR, et al (2011). Home on the range: Spatial ecology of loggerhead turtles in Atlantic waters of the USA. Diversity and Distributions, 17(4), 624-640. Abstract. DOI.
Scales KL, Lewis JA, Lewis JP, Castellanos D, Godley BJ, Graham RT (2011). Insights into habitat utilisation of the hawksbill turtle, Eretmochelys imbricata (Linnaeus, 1766), using acoustic telemetry. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 407(1), 122-129. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Whitty T, Medina-Vogel G, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Cáceres C, Godley BJ (2011). Latitudinal variation in diet and patterns of human interaction in the marine otter. Marine Mammal Science, 27(2). Abstract. DOI.
Zbinden JA, Bearhop S, Bradshaw P, Gill B, Margaritoulis D, Newton J, Godley BJ (2011). Migratory dichotomy and associated phenotypic variation in marine turtles revealed by satellite tracking and stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 421, 291-302. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Witt MJ, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2011). Post-capture movements of loggerhead turtles in the southeastern Pacific Ocean assessed by satellite tracking. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 433, 261-272. Abstract. DOI.
Weber SB, Blount JD, Godley BJ, Witt MJ, Broderick AC (2011). Rate of egg maturation in marine turtles exhibits 'universal temperature dependence'. J Anim Ecol, 80(5), 1034-1041. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Alfaro-Shigueto J, Mangel JC, Bernedo F, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2011). Small-scale fisheries of Peru: a major sink for marine turtles in the Pacific. Journal of Applied Ecology, 48(6), 1432-1440. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Coyne MS (2011). Tracking leatherback turtles from the world's largest rookery: assessing threats across the South Atlantic. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Humber F, Godley BJ, Ramahery V, Broderick AC (2011). Using community members to assess artisanal fisheries: the marine turtle fishery in Madagascar. Animal Conservation(14), 175-185.
Maxwell SM, Breed GA, Nickel BA, Makanga-Bahouna J, Pemo-Makaya E, Parnell RJ, Formia A, Ngouessono S, Godley BJ, Costa DP, et al (2011). Using satellite tracking to optimize protection of long-lived marine species: olive ridley sea turtle conservation in Central Africa. PLoS One, 6(5). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.

2010

Leeney RH, Broderick AC, Mills C, Sayer S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2010). Abundance, distribution and haul-out behaviour of grey seals (Halichoerus grypus) in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly, UK. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 90(5), 1033-1040. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Åkesson S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Ellick J, Formia A, Hays GC, Luschi P, Stroud S, Godley BJ, et al (2010). Assessing accuracy and utility of satellite-tracking data using Argos-linked Fastloc-GPS. Animal Behaviour, 80(3), 571-581. DOI.
Rees AF, Al Saady S, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Papathanasopoulou N, Godley BJ (2010). Behavioural polymorphism in one of the world's largest populations of loggerhead sea turtles Caretta caretta. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 418, 201-212. Abstract. DOI.
Tomás J, Godley BJ, Castroviejo J, Raga JA (2010). Bioko: Critically important nesting habitat for sea turtles of West Africa. Biodiversity and Conservation, 19(9), 2699-2714. Abstract. DOI.
Bograd SJ, Block BA, Costa DP, Godley BJ (2010). Biologging technologies: New tools for conservation. Introduction. Endangered Species Research, 10(1), 1-7. Abstract. DOI.
Hamann M, Godfrey MH, Seminoff JA, Arthur K, Barata PCR, Bjorndal KA, Bolten AB, Broderick AC, Campbell LM, Carreras C, et al (2010). Global research priorities for sea turtles: Informing management and conservation in the 21st century. Endangered Species Research, 11(3), 245-269. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, McGowan A, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Gore S, Wheatley D, White J, Godley BJ (2010). Inferring vertical and horizontal movements of juvenile marine turtles from time-depth recorders. AQUATIC BIOLOGY, 8(2), 169-177. Author URL. DOI.
Bell CD, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2010). Investigating potential for depensation in marine turtles: How low can you Go?: Contributed paper. Conservation Biology, 24(1), 226-235. Abstract. DOI.
Bell CD, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2010). Investigating potential for depensation in marine turtles: how low can you go?. Conserv Biol, 24(1), 226-235. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Blumenthal JM, Austin TJ, Bothwell JB, Broderick AC, Ebanks-Petrie G, Olynik JR, Orr MF, Solomon JL, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2010). Life in (and out of) the lagoon: Fine-scale movements of green turtles tracked using time-depth recorders. Aquatic Biology, 9(2), 113-121. Abstract. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Broderick AC, Enever R, Thorne P, Godley BJ (2010). Motile homes: a comparison of the spatial distribution of epibiont communities on Mediterranean sea turtles. JOURNAL OF NATURAL HISTORY, 44(27-28), 1743-1753. Author URL. DOI.
Grecian WJ, Inger R, Attrill MJ, Bearhop S, Godley BJ, Witt MJ, Votier SC (2010). Potential impacts of wave-powered marine renewable energy installations on marine birds. Ibis, 152, 683-697. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Hawkes LA, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ, Broderick AC (2010). Predicting the impacts of climate change on a globally distributed species: the case of the loggerhead turtle. J Exp Biol, 213(6), 901-911. Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Hartnoll RG, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Musick S, Pearson M, Stroud SA, Saunders KE (2010). Reproduction in the land crab Johngarthia lagostoma on Ascension Island. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 30(1), 83-92. Abstract. DOI.
Mangel JC, Alfaro-Shigueto J, Van Waerebeek K, Cáceres C, Bearhop S, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2010). Small cetacean captures in Peruvian artisanal fisheries: High despite protective legislation. Biological Conservation, 143(1), 136-143. Abstract. DOI.
Ratcliffe N, Bell M, Pelembe T, Boyle D, Benjamin R, White R, Godley B, Stevenson J, Sanders S (2010). The eradication of feral cats from Ascension Island and its subsequent recolonization by seabirds. ORYX, 44(1), 20-29. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Barbosa C, Bruford M, Broderick AC, Catry P, Coyne MS, Formia A, Hays GC, Witt MJ (2010). Unravelling migratory connectivity in marine turtles using multiple methods. Journal of Applied Ecology, 47(4), 769-778. Abstract.  Full text. DOI.
Alfaro-Shigueto J, Mangel JC, Pajuelo M, Dutton PH, Seminoff JA, Godley BJ (2010). Where small can have a large impact: Structure and characterization of small-scale fisheries in Peru. Fisheries Research, 106(1), 8-17. Abstract. DOI.

2009

Witt MJ, Baert B, Broderick AC, Formia A, Fretey J, Gibudi A, Mounguengui GAM, Moussounda C, Ngouessono S, Parnell RJ, et al (2009). Aerial surveying of the world's largest leatherback turtle rookery: a more effective methodology for large-scale monitoring. Biological Conservation, 142(8), 1719-1727. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2009). Climate change and marine turtles. Endangered Species Research, 7(2), 137-154. Abstract. DOI.
Campbell LM, Silver JJ, Gray NJ, Ranger S, Broderick AC, Fisher T, Godfrey MH, Gore S, Hodge KVD, Jeffers J, et al (2009). Co-management of sea turtle fisheries: Biogeography versus geopolitics. Marine Policy, 33, 137-145.
Blumenthal JM, Austin TJ, Bothwell JB, Broderick AC, Ebanks-Petrie G, Olynik JR, Orr MF, Solomon JL, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2009). Diving behavior and movements of juvenile hawksbill turtles Eretmochelys imbricata on a Caribbean coral reef. Coral Reefs, 28(1), 55-65. Abstract. DOI.
Blumenthal JM, Austin TJ, Bell CDL, Bothwell JB, Broderick AC, Ebanks-Petrie G, Gibb JA, Luke KE, Olynik JR, Orr ME, et al (2009). Ecology of hawksbill turtles, Eretmochelys imbricata, on a western caribbean foraging ground. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 8(1), 1-10. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ (2009). Forensic methods in conservation research. Endangered Species Research, 9(3), 167-168. DOI.
Pintus KJ, Godley BJ, McGowan A, Broderick AC (2009). Impact of clutch relocation on green turtle offspring. Journal of Wildlife Management, 73(7), 1151-1157. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ (2009). Incorporating climate change into endangered species conservation: Introduction. Endangered Species Research, 7(2), 85-86. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Broderick AC, Hooker SK, Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2009). Insights into habitat utilization by Green Turtles (Chelonia Mydas) during the inter-nesting period animal-borne digital cameras. Marine Technology Society Journal, 43(3), 51-59. Abstract. DOI.
Inger R, Attrill MJ, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, Grecian WJ, Hodgson DJ, Sheehan E, Votier SC, Witt MJ, Godley BJ, et al (2009). Marine Renewable Energy: potential benefits to biodiversity? an urgent call for research. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46, 1145-1153. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Greaves D, Smith G, Attrill M, Belmont M, Chadwick A, Conley D, Eccleston A, Godley B, Harrington N, Hor CL, et al (2009). Marine renewable energy development - research, design, install. PROCEEDINGS OF THE INSTITUTION OF CIVIL ENGINEERS-MARITIME ENGINEERING, 162(4), 187-196. Author URL. DOI.
Inger R, Attrill MJ, Bearhop S, Broderick AC, James Grecian W, Hodgson DJ, Mills C, Sheehan E, Votier SC, Witt MJ, et al (2009). Marine renewable energy: Potential benefits to biodiversity? an urgent call for research. Journal of Applied Ecology, 46(6), 1145-1153. Abstract. DOI.
Richardson PB, Bruford MW, Calosso MC, Campbell LM, Clerveaux W, Formia A, Godley BJ, Henderson AC, McClellan K, Newman S, et al (2009). Marine turtles in the Turks and Caicos Islands: Remnant rookeries, regionally significant foraging stocks, and a major turtle fishery. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 8(2), 192-204. Abstract. DOI.
Hartnoll RG, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Saunders KE (2009). Population structure of the land crab Johngarthia lagostoma on ascension Island. Journal of Crustacean Biology, 29(1), 57-61. Abstract. DOI.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2009). REVIEW: Climate change and marine turtles. , 7, 137-154. Abstract.
Godfrey M, Godley B, Mrosovsky N, Seminoff J, Shanker K, Webb G (2009). Save the Red List. New Scientist, 202(2707). DOI.
Robinson RA, Crick HQP, Learmonth JA, Maclean IMD, Thomas CD, Bairlein F, Forchhammer MC, Francis CM, Gill JA, Godley BJ, et al (2009). Travelling through a warming world - climate change and migratory species. Endangered Species Research, 7, 87-99.
Blumenthal JM, Abreu-Grobois FA, Austin TJ, Broderick AC, Bruford MW, Coyne MS, Ebanks-Petrie G, Formia A, Meylan PA, Meylan AB, et al (2009). Turtle groups or turtle soup: dispersal patterns of hawksbill turtles in the Caribbean. Mol Ecol, 18(23), 4841-4853. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Aiken JJ, Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Austin T, Ebanks-Petrie G, Hays GC (2009). Two hundred years after a commercial marine turtle fishery: the current status of marine turtles nesting in the Cayman Islands. Oryx, 35(02), 145-145. DOI.

2008

Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2008). AS WE SEE IT: Seeing past the red: flawed IUCN global listings for sea turtles. Endangered Species Research, 6, 155-159.
Tomás J, Gozalbes P, Raga JA, Godley BJ (2008). Bycatch of loggerhead sea turtles: Insights from 14 years of stranding data. Endangered Species Research, 5(2-3), 161-169. Abstract. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Frett, G. Gore, S. (2008). Down But Not Out: Marine Turtles of the British Virgin Islands. Animal Conservation
Patino-Martinez J, Marco A, Quinones L, Godley B (2008). Globally significant nesting of the leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) on the Caribbean coast of Colombia and Panama. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 141(8), 1982-1988. Author URL. DOI.
Jackson AL, Broderick AC, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Ruxton GD, Godley BJ (2008). Sampling design and its effect on population monitoring: How much monitoring do turtles really need?. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 141(12), 2932-2941. Author URL. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Coyne, M.S. Formia, A. (2008). Satellite tracking highlights difficulties in the design of effective protected areas for leatherback turtles during the internesting period. Oryx
Rees AF, Jony M, Margaritoulis D, Godley BJ (2008). Satellite tracking of a green turtle, chelonia mydas, from syria further highlights importance of north africa for mediterranean turtles. Zoology in the Middle East, 45(1), 49-54. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Blumenthal JM, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Hawkes LA, Witt MJ (2008). Satellite tracking of sea turtles: Where have we been and where do we go next?. Endangered Species Research, 4, 3-22. Author URL.
Mcgowan A, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2008). Seabird populations of the Chagos Archipelago, Indian Ocean: an evaluation of IBA sites. ORYX, 42(3), 424-429. Author URL. DOI.
Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2008). Seeing past the red: Flawed IUCN global listings for sea turtles. Endangered Species Research, 6(2), 155-159. Abstract. DOI.
Leeney RH, Amies R, Broderick AC, Witt MJ, Loveridge J, Doyle J, Godley BJ (2008). Spatio-temporal analysis of cetacean strandings and bycatch in a UK fisheries hotspot. BIODIVERSITY AND CONSERVATION, 17(10), 2323-2338. Author URL. DOI.
Godfrey MH, Roberts DL, Godley BJ (2008). Taking it as red: an introduction to the Theme Section on the IUCN Red List of Threatened Species. Endangered Species Research, 6(2), 109-111. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Wilson RP (2008). Tracking vertebrates for consevation: Introduction. Endangered Species Research, 4, 1-2. Author URL.
Robinson RA, Crick HQP, Learmonth JA, Maclean IMD, Thomas CD, Bairlein F, Forchhammer MC, Francis CM, Gill JA, Godley BJ, et al (2008). Travelling through a warming world: climate change and migratory species. Endangered Species Research, 7(2), 87-99. Abstract. DOI.
Fuller WJ, Broderick AC, Phillips RA, Silk JRD, Godley BJ (2008). Utility of geolocating light loggers for indicating at-sea movements in sea turtles. Endangered Species Research, 4, 139-146.

2007

McGowan A, Woodfield NK, Hilton G, Broderick AC, Godley BJ (2007). A rigorous assessment of the Avifauna of a small Caribbean Island: a case study in Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Caribbean Journal of Science, 43(1), 99-116. Abstract.
Witt MJ, Godley BJ (2007). A step towards seascape scale conservation: using vessel monitoring systems (VMS) to map fishing activity. PLoS One, 2(10). Abstract.  Author URL.  Full text. DOI.
Woodfield, N.K. Hilton, G. Broderick, A.C. (2007). An assessment of the avifauna of a small remote island: a case study of Anegada, British Virgin Islands. Caribbean Journal of Science
Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Fuller WJ, Glen F, Godley BJ (2007). Correction for Broderick et al. Fidelity and over-wintering of sea turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 274(1629), 3183-3183. DOI.
Berrow, S. McGrath, D. O’Brien, J. (2007). Effects of pingers on the behaviour of bottlenose dolphins. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 87, 129-133.
Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Fuller WJ, Glen F (2007). Fidelity and over-wintering of sea turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B Biological Sciences, 274(1617), 1533-1538. DOI.
Formia A, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC, Bruford MW (2007). Genetic composition of the Ascension Island green turtle rookery based on mitochondrial DNA: implications for sampling and diversity. Endangered Species Research, 3, 145-158. Author URL.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MH, Godley BJ (2007). Investigating the potential impacts of climate change on marine turtles. Global Change Biology, 13(5), 923-932. DOI.
Solomon, J.L. Blumenthal, J.M. Austin, T.J. (2007). Monitoring and conservation of critically reduced marine turtle nesting populations: lessons from the Cayman Islands. Animal Conservation, 10, 39-47.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Godfrey MS, Coyne MS, Godley BJ (2007). Only some like it hot: quantifying the environmental niche of loggerhead sea turtles. Diversity and Distributions, 13(4), 447-457.
Witt MJ, Broderick AC, Johns DJ, Martin C, Penrose R, Hoogmoed MS, Godley BJ (2007). Prey landscapes help identify potential foraging habitats for leatherback turtles in the NE Atlantic. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 337, 231-243. Abstract. DOI.
Witt MJ, Penrose R, Godley BJ (2007). Spatio-temporal patterns of juvenile marine turtle occurrence in waters of the European continental shelf. Marine Biology, 151(3), 873-885. Abstract. DOI.

2006

Broderick AC, Frauenstein R, George T, Glen F (2006). Are green turtles globally endangered?. Global Ecology and Biogeography, 15(1), 21-26. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Gore, S. Hilton, G. (2006). Breeding seabirds in the British Virgin Islands. Endangered Species Research, 3, 1-6. Author URL.
Broderick, A.C. Campbell, L.M. Godley, B.J. (2006). Marine turtle fisheries in the UK Overseas Territories of the Caribbean: domestic legislation and the requirements of multilateral agreements. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy, 9, 223-246.
Godley, B.J. Dontaine, M.W. Bruford (2006). Mitochondrial DNA diversity and phylogeography of endangered green turtle (Chelonia mydas) populations in Africa. Conservation Genetics, 7, 353-369.
Hawkes LA, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Godfrey MH, Lopez-Jurado LF, Lopez-Suarez P, Merino SE, Varo-Cruz N, Godley BJ (2006). Phenotypically linked dichotomy in sea turtle foraging strategies requires multiple conservation approaches. Current Biology, 16(10), 990-995. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2006). Rhythmic Throat Oscillations in Nesting Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas). Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 5, 299-301.
Solomon, J.L. Bell, C.D. Austin, T.J. (2006). Satellite tracking highlights the need for international cooperation in marine turtle management. Endangered Species Research, 2, 51-61. Author URL.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2006). Thermal control of hatchling emergence patterns in marine turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 334, 31-42.
Blumenthal, J.M. Austin, T.J. Solomon, J.L. (2006). Traditional Caymanian fishery may impede local marine turtle population recovery. Endangered Species Research, 2, 63-69. Author URL.

2005

Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2005).  Patterns in the emergence of. green (Chelonia mydas) and loggerhead (Caretta caretta) turtle hatchlings from their nests. Marine Biology, 146, 1039-1049.
Godley, B.J. (2005). Satellite Tracking and Analysis Tool (STAT): an Integrated System for Archiving, Analyzing and Mapping Animal Tracking Data. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 301(1), 1-7. Author URL.
Parsons, J. Austin, T.J. Broderick, A.C. (2005). Some of them came home: the Cayman Turtle Farm headstarting project for the green turtle Chelonia mydas. Oryx, 39, 137-148.
Hawkes LA, Broderick, A.C. Godfrey, M.H. Godley, B.J. (2005). Status of nesting loggerhead turtles Caretta caretta at Bald Head Island (North Carolina, USA) after 24 years of intensive monitoring and conservation. Oryx, 39, 65-72.
Jeffers, J. Godley, B.J. (2005). The Status of Marine Turtles in Montserrat (Eastern Caribbean). Animal and Biodiversity Conservation, 28, 159-168.

2004

Broderick, A.C. Campbell, L.M. Ranger, S. (2004). An Assessment of the Status and Exploitation of Marine Turtles in the UK Overseas Territories in the Wider Caribbean. Final Project Report to the Department of Environment, Food and Rural Affairs and the Foreign and Commonwealth Office. Author URL.
Kelly A, Godley BJ, Furness RW (2004). Magpies, pica pica, at the southern limit of their range actively select their thermal environment at high ambient temperatures. Zoology in the Middle East, 32(1), 13-26. Abstract. DOI.
Hays GC, Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Nichols WJ, Chaloupka M, Parker D, Balazs G (2004). Tracking turtles to their death. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 283, 299-302.

2003

Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2003). Climate change and sea turtles: a 150-year reconstruction of incubation temperatures at a major marine turtle rookery. Global Change Biology, 9, 642-646.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2003). Incubation environment affects phenotype of naturally incubated green turtle hatchlings. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 83, 1183-1186.
Åkesson, S. Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. (2003). Island finding ability of marine turtles. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 270, S5-S7.
Lima, E. HS, M. Åkesson, S. (2003). Movement patterns of green turtles in Brazilian coastal waters described by satellite tracking and flipper tagging. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 253:279-288
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2003). Multiple paternity assessed using microsatellite markers, in green turtles Chelonia mydas (Linnaeus, 1758) of Ascension Island, South Atlantic. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 291, 149-160.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2003). Navigation by green turtles: which strategy do displaced adults use to find Ascension Island?. Oikos, 103, 363-372.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Hays, G.C. (2003). Post-nesting movements and submergence patterns of loggerhead marine turtles in the Mediterranean assessed by satellite tracking. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 287, 119-134.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Luschi, P. (2003). Satellite telemetry suggests high levels of fishing-induced mortality in marine turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 262, 305-309.
Glen, F. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2003). Variation in reproductive output of marine turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 288, 95-109.

2002

Glen, F. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2002). Behavioural plasticity in a large marine herbivore: contrasting patterns of depth utilisation between two green turtle (Chelonia mydas) populations. Marine Biology, 141, 985-990.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Lovell, P. (2002). Bi-phasal long-distance migration in green turtles. Animal Behaviour, 64, 895-898.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2002). Diving behaviour during the internesting interval for loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) nesting in Cyprus. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 227, 63-70.
Glen, F. Godley, B.J. Hays, G.C. (2002). Estimating the number of Green and Loggerhead Turtles nesting annually in the Mediterranean. Oryx, 36: 227-236
Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2002). Estimating the size of nesting populations of Green and Loggerhead turtles in the Mediterranean. Oryx, 36, 227-236.
Barbosa, C. Indjai, B. Almeida, A. (2002). First census of the green turtle at Poilao, Bijagos Archipelago, Guinea-Bissau: the most important nesting colony on the Atlantic coast of Africa. Oryx, 36, 400-403.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Coyne MS, Richardson S (2002). Long-term satellite telemetry of the movements and habitat utilisation by green turtles in the Mediterranean. Ecography, 25(3), 352-362. DOI.
Broderick, A.C. Frauenstein, R. (2002). Reproductive seasonality and sexual dimorphism in green turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 226, 125-133.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. (2002). Temperature dependent sex determination of Ascension Island green turtles. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 226, 115-124.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. West, S.A. (2002). The effects of incubation environment, sex and pedigree on the hatchling phenotype in a natural population of loggerhead turtles. Evolutionary Ecology Research, 4, 737-748.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2002). Water temperature and internesting intervals for loggerhead (Caretta caretta) and green (Chelonia mydas) sea turtles. Journal of Thermal Biology, 27, 429-432.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2002). Weight change associated with long-term fasting in a marine reptile: the case of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Ascension Island. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 80, 1299-1302.
Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. Godley, B.J. (2002). Weight change associated with long-term fasting in a marine reptile: the case of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Ascension Island. Canadian Journal of Zoology 80: 1299-1302. Canadian Journal of Zoology, 80, 1299-1302.

2001

Broderick, A.C. Deeming, J. Godley, B.J. (2001). Dipteran infestation of loggerhead (Caretta caretta), and green (Chelonia mydas), sea turtle nests in northern Cyprus. Journal of natural History, 35, 573-581.
Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. Metcalfe, J.D. (2001). Dive angles for a green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Journal of Marine Biological Association(UK), 81, 683-686.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Mrosovsky N (2001). Estimating hatchling sex ratios of loggerhead turtles in Cyprus from incubation durations. MARINE ECOLOGY PROGRESS SERIES, 210, 195-201. Author URL. DOI.
Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2001). Metabolic heating and the prediction of sex ratios for green turtles (Chelonia mydas). Physiological and Biochemical Zoology, 74(2), 161-170. DOI.
McGowan A, Rowe, L.V. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2001). Nest factors predisposing loggerhead sea turtle (Caretta caretta) clutches to infestation by dipteran larvae on northern Cyprus. Copeia, 2001(3), 808-812.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Hays GC (2001). Nesting of green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at Ascension Island, South Atlantic. BIOLOGICAL CONSERVATION, 97(2), 151-158. Author URL. DOI.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. (2001). Nesting of the Green Turtle, Chelonia mydas, in the Mediterranean: a review of status and conservation needs. Zoology in the Middle East, 24, 45-74.
Åkesson S, Luschi P, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Papi F, Hays GC (2001). Oceanic long-distance navigation: Do experienced migrants use the earth's magnetic field?. Journal of Navigation, 54(3), 419-427. Abstract. DOI.
Luschi, P. Papi, F. Hays, G. (2001). Oceanic long-distance navigation: do experienced migrants use the Earth's magnetic field?. Proceedings of the Royal Society of navigation, 27, 1-10.
Oerghi, A. Coyne, M.S. (2001). Resources available to individuals and organisations involved with marine turtle research and conservation in the Mediterranean. Zoology in the Middle East, 24, 55-60.
Godley BJ, Ouerghi A, Coyne MS (2001). Resources available to individuals and organisations involved with marine turtle research and conservation in the mediterranean. Zoology in the Middle East, 24(1), 155-160. Abstract. DOI.
Luschi P, Akesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Papi F, Hays GC (2001). Testing the navigational abilities of ocean migrants: displacement experiments on green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas). BEHAVIORAL ECOLOGY AND SOCIOBIOLOGY, 50(6), 528-534. Author URL. DOI.
Hays GC, Akesson S, Broderick AC, Glen F, Godley BJ, Luschi P, Martin C, Metcalfe JD, Papi F (2001). The diving behaviour of green turtles undertaking oceanic migration to and from Ascension Island: dive durations, dive profiles and depth distribution. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL BIOLOGY, 204(23), 4093-4098. Author URL.
Åkesson, S. Godley, B.J. Luschi, P. (2001). The implications of location accuracy for the interpretation of satellite tracking data. Animal Behaviour, 61, 1035-1040.
Hays GC, Ashworth JS, Barnsley MJ, Broderick AC, Emery DR, Godley BJ, Henwood A, Jones EL (2001). The importance of sand albedo for the thermal conditions on sea turtle nesting beaches. OIKOS, 93(1), 87-94. Author URL. DOI.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. Glen, F. (2001). The movements and submergence behaviour of male green turtles at Ascension Island. Marine Biology, 139, 395-399.
Godley BJ, Broderick AC, Downie JR, Glen F, Houghton JDR, Kirkwood I, Reece S, Hays GC (2001). Thermal conditions in nests of loggerhead turtles: further evidence suggesting female skewed sex ratios of hatchling production in the Mediterranean. JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL MARINE BIOLOGY AND ECOLOGY, 263(1), 45-63. Author URL. DOI.
Broderick AC, Godley BJ, Hays GC (2001). Trophic status drives interannual variability in nesting numbers of marine turtles. Proc Biol Sci, 268(1475), 1481-1487. Abstract.  Author URL. DOI.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. Austin, T. (2001). Two hundred years after a commercial marine turtle fishery: the current status of marine turtles nesting in the Cayman Islands. Oryx, 35, 145-152.

2000

Hochscheid, S. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2000). Diving behaviour of green turtles: dive depth, dive duration and activity levels. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 208, 297-298.
Godley, B.J. Reece, S. Downie, J.R. (2000). Incubation periods and sex ratios of green turtles: highly female biased hatchling production in the eastern Mediterranean. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 202, 273-281.
Adams, C.R. Broderick, A.C. Godley, B.J. (2000). The diving behaviour of green turtles at Ascension island. Animal Behaviour, 59, 577-586.

1999

Thompson, D.R. Furness, R.W. (1999).  Do heavy metal concentrations pose a threat to marine turtles from the Mediterranean Sea?. Mar Poll Bull, 38, 497-502.
Godley, B.J. Furness, R.W. Wells, D.E. (1999). Concentrations and Patterns of Organochlorine Contaminants in Marine Turtles from Mediterranean and Atlantic Waters. Marine Environmental Research, 47(2), 117-135.
Godley, B.J. (1999). Effect of tagging marine turtles on nesting behaviour and reproductive success. Animal Behaviour, 58, 587-591.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. (1999). Long-term thermal conditions on the nesting beaches of green turtles on Ascension Island. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 185, 297-299.
Godley, B.J. Broderick, A.C. Wilson, R.P. (1999). Reptilian diving: highly variable dive patterns in the green turtle (Chelonia mydas). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 185, 101-112.
Broderick, A.C. Moraghan, S. (1999). Short term effectiveness of Passive Integrated Transponders (PITs) used in the study of Mediterranean marine turtles. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 3, 477-479.

1998

Gucu, A.C. Broderick, A.C. Furness, R.W. (1998). Interaction between marine turtles and artisanal fisheries in the eastern Mediterranean: a probable cause for concern?. Zoology in the Middle East, 16, 49-64.
Casale, P. Bradai, M.N. Godley, B.J. (1998). Molecular Resolution of Marine Turtle Stock composition in fishery bycatch: a case study in the Mediterranean. Molecular Ecology, 7, 1529-1542.
Gaywood, M.J. Law, R.J. McCarthy, C.J. (1998). Patterns of Marine Turtle Mortality in British Waters (1992 - 1996) with Reference to Tissue Contaminant Levels. Journal of Marine Biological Association(UK), 78, 973-984.
Godley BJ, Gaywood MJ, Law RJ, Mccarthy CJ, Mckenzie C, Patterson IAP, Penrose RS, Reid RJ, Ross HM (1998). Patterns of marine turtle mortality in British waters (1992-1996) with reference to tissue contaminant levels. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom, 78(3), 973-984. Abstract.
Thompson, D.R. Waldron, S. Furness, R.W. (1998). The trophic status of marine turtles determined by stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 166, 277-284.

1997

Reid SWJ, Godley BJ, Henderson SM, Lawrie GJ, Lloyd D, Small K, Swannie N, Thomas RL (1997). Ecology and behaviour of the feral donkey, equus asinus, population of the karpas peninsula, northern cyprus. Zoology in the Middle East, 14(1), 27-36. Abstract. DOI.
Godley BJ, Smith SM, Clark PF, Taylor JD (1997). Molluscan and crustacean items in the diet of the loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta (Linnaeus, 1758) [Testudines: Chelonidae] in the eastern Mediterranean. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 63(3), 474-476. DOI.
Smith, S.M. Clark, P.F. Taylor, J.D. (1997). Molluscan and crustacean items in the diet of the loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta (Linnaeus, 1758) [Testudines: Chelonidae] in the eastern Mediterranean. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 63, 476-478.
Godley, B.J. (1997). Observations of reproductive behaviour of male green turtles (Chelonia mydas) at a nesting beach in Cyprus. Chelonian Conservation and Biology, 2(4), 615-616.

1996

Godley, B.J. (1996). Population and nesting ecology of the green turtle, Chelonia mydas, and loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta, in northern Cyprus. Zoology in the Middle East, 13, 27-46.