All the papers  I wrote and was a co-author use the "sequence determines credit" approach for author order (the sequence of authors reflects the importance and amount of their contributions to the study, with the first author the lead on conducting the research and writing; type and level of contributions then vary). Exceptions are indicated with * when the last author is identified as the senior author who initiated the idea of the research..

 

 

 

 

  Scientific publications

 

  1. Augé AA, Otley H, Rendell N, Frans VF (Accepted). Spatial distribution of cetacean strandings in the Falkland Islands to define monitoring opportunities. Journal of Cetacean Research and Management.
  2. Augé AA, Pressey RL, Maughan M, Brodie J, Dale A, Yorkston H (Under review). Spatially-explicit scenario planning of coastal development for the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone. Landscape and Urban Planning.
  3. Augé AA, Dias MP, Lascelles B, Baylis AMM, Black A, Dee Boersma P, Catry P, Crofts S, Galimberti F, Granadeiro JP, Hedd A, Ludynia K, Masello JF, Montevecchi W, Phillips RA, Pütz K, Quillfeldt P, Rebstock G, Sanvito S, Staniland IJ, Stanworth A, Thompson D, Tierney M, Trathan PN, *Croxall JP (2018). Framework for mapping key areas for marine megafauna key areas to inform Marine Spatial Planning: Falkland Islands as a case study. Marine Policy 92: 61-72.   FULL TEXT                                                                                                                                                              doi.org/10.1016/j.marpol.2018.02.017
  4. Frans VF, Augé AA, Edelhoff H, Erasmi S, Balkenhol N, *Engler J (2018). Quantifying apart what belongs together: a multi-state species distribution modeling framework for species using distinct habitats. Methods in Ecology and Evolution 9:98-108. FULL TEXT
    DOI: 10.1111/2041-210X.12847
  5. Blake D, Augé AA, Sherren K (2017). Participatory mapping to elicit cultural coastal values for marine spatial planning in a remote archipelago. Ocean and Coastal Management 148: 195-203FULL TEXT
    doi 10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2017.08.010
  6. Augé AA  (2017). Anthropogenic debris in the diet of turkey vultures (Cathartes aura) in a remote and low populated South Atlantic island. Polar Biology 40: 799-805.
    doi:10.1007/s00300-016-2004-0 
  7. Frans VF, Augé AA (2016). Use of local ecological knowledge to investigate endangered baleen whale recovery in the Falkland Islands. Biological Conservation 202: 127-137. FULL TEXT                                                                                                                                            doi.org/10.1016/j.biocon.2016.08.017
  8. MacMillan H, Moore AB, Augé AA, Chilvers BL (2016). GIS-based multi-criteria analysis to identify suitable coastal breeding habitats for recolonising species: case study of New Zealand sea lions. Ocean and Coastal Management 130: 162-171. FULL TEXT                                   doi:10.1016/j.ocecoaman.2016.06.008
  9. Álvarez-Romero JG, Adams V, Pressey RL, Douglas M, Dale A, Augé AA, Ball D, Childs J, Digby M, Dobbs R, Gobius N, Hinchley D, Lancaster I, Maughan M, Perdrisat I (2015). Integrated cross-realm planning: an operational framework for decision-makers. Biological Conservation. 191: 799-808.  FULL TEXT  
    doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2015.07.003
  10. Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Moore AB, Davis LS (2014). Importance of studying foraging site fidelity for spatial conservation measures in a mobile predator. Animal Conservation 17: 61–71. FULL TEXT   
    DOI: 10.1111/acv.12056
  11.  Dale A, Pressey RL, Adams V, Álvarez-Romero JG, Digby M, Dobbs R, Douglas M, Augé AA, Maughan M, Childs J, Hinchley D, Landcaster I, Perdrisat I, Gobius N (2014). Catchment management governance in northern Australia: A preliminary evaluation. Journal of Environment and Social Policy 16: Article 2. FULL TEXT   
    ISSN: 1325-2224
  12.  Leung EL, Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Moore AB, Robertson BC (2013) Foraging behaviour of juvenile female New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) in contrasting environments. PLoS ONE 8(5): e62728. FULL TEXT   
    doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0062728
  13.  Augé AA, Moore AB, Chilvers BL (2012) Predicting interactions between recolonising marine mammals and fisheries: defining precautionary  management. Fisheries Management and Ecology 19: 426-433. FULL TEXT  
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2400.2012.00861.x
  14.  Augé AA, Lalas C, Davis LS, Chilvers BL (2012) Autumn diet of recolonising female New Zealand sea lions based at Otago Peninsula, South Island, New Zealand. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 46: 97-110. FULL TEXT   
    doi.org/10.1080/00288330.2011.606326
  15.  Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Mathieu R, Moore AB (2012) On-land habitat preferences of female New Zealand sea lions at Sandy Bay, Auckland Islands. Marine Mammal Science 28: 620-637. FULL TEXT  
    DOI: 10.1111/j.1748-7692.2011.00515.x
  16.  Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Moore AB, Davis LS (2011) Foraging behaviour indicates marginal marine habitat for New Zealand sea lions: remnant versus recolonising populations. Marine Ecology Progress Series 432: 247-256. FULL TEXT    
    doi:10.3354/meps09176
  17.  Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Davis LS, Moore AB (2011) In the shallow end: diving behaviour of recolonising female New Zealand sea lions (Phocarctos hookeri) around the Otago Peninsula. Canadian Journal of Zoology 89: 1195-1205. FULL TEXT   
    doi: 10.1139/z11-098
  18.  Augé AA, Chilvers BL (2010) Behavioural responses and attraction of New Zealand sea lions to on-land female decoys. New Zealand Journal of Zoology 37: 107-119. FULL TEXT  
    doi: 10.1080/03014221003615044
  19.  Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Moore AB, Mathieu R, Robertson BC (2009) Aggregation and dispersion of female New Zealand sea lions at the Sandy Bay breeding colony, Auckland Islands: How unusual is their spatial behaviour? Behaviour 146: 1287-1311. FULL TEXT  
    DOI: 10.1163/15683909X427687
Two of the above papers were featured articles in their journal issues and one of my photos made another cover for one of my colleagues' articles  (all photos by Amélie Augé)
Two of the above papers were featured articles in their journal issues and one of my photos made another cover for one of my colleagues' articles (all photos by Amélie Augé)

 

 

 

 

 Scientific reports and theses

 

 

Augé AA (2017). Marine spatial planning for the Falkland Island: The AFCAS report. South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 

Augé AA (2016). Marine spatial planning for the Falkland Island: ‘Framing’ workshop report. South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 

 Augé AA (2015). Marine spatial planning for the Falkland Island: Developing the tools’ workshop report. South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 

 Augé AA, Lascelles B, and Dias M (2015). Marine spatial planning for the Falkland Islands. Methodology for identification of important areas for marine megafauna’ workshop report. South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 

 Augé AA, Taylor M, Blockley D, Tierney M, Brickle P (Eds) (2015). Proceedings of the Falkland Islands Science Symposium 2015. South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 

 Devlin M, Fabricius K, Negri A, Brodie J, Waterhouse J, Uthicke S, Collier C, Pressey B, Augé AA, Reid B, Woodberry O, Zhao J-X, Clarke T, Pandolfi J, Bennett J (2015) Water Quality - Synthesis of NERP Tropical Ecosystems Hub Water Quality Research Outputs 2011-2014. Report to the National Environmental Research Program. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre Limited, Cairns, Australia.

 

 Augé AA (2015). Marine spatial planning for the Falkland Islands: ‘Setting the scene’ workshop report. South Atlantic Environmental Research Institute, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 

 Augé AA (2013). Conservation goals and objectives for the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone: Report from a workshop to identify goals, define assets and formulate methods to articulate quantitative objectives. Report to the National Environmental Research Program. Reef and Rainforest Research Centre Limited, Cairns, Australia.

 

 Augé AA (2011).  PhD thesis 'Foraging ecology of recolonising female New Zealand sea lions around the Otago Peninsula'. Available for download at   http://otago.ourarchive.ac.nz/handle/10523/1702

 

Augé AA (2007). MSc thesis 'Terrestrial spatial ecology of female New Zealand sea lions: Study at Sandy Bay, Auckland Islands, and implications for the management of the recolonisation'. Available for download at   http://otago.ourarchive.ac.nz/handle/10523/4371

 

 

 

 

 

 Book Chapters

 

 

Augé AA, Maughan M, Pressey RL, Brodie J, Dale A and Yorkston H (2013). Spatially explicit scenarios for conservation planning in the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone, Australia.  In R. Devillers, C. Lee, R. Canessa, and A. Sherin (ed.), "Monitoring and Adapting to Change on the Coast: A selection of papers from Coast GIS 2013", University of Victoria, Canada, pp 179-182,

 

Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Mathieu R, Moore AB (2007). New Zealand sea lion terrestrial ecology: spatio-temporal analysis using GIS. In CD Woodroffe, E Bruce; M Puotinen; RA Furness (ed.), "GIS for the Coastal Zone: A selection of papers from Coast GIS 2006", University of Wollongong, Australia, pp. 381-396.

 

 

 

 

 Conference and wokshop presentations

 

 

 

Augé AA. Framework for developing marine spatial planning in small islands: the Falkland Islands example. UK Overseas Territories and Marine & Coastal Conference 2016. London, UK. [presented by Tara Pelembe on my behalf]. LINK

 

Frans VF, Augé AA, Engler JO and Edelhoff H. A whale of a tale: using local knowledge to predict baleen whale distribution around the Falkland Islands. US-IALE 2016, Ashville, North Carolina, USA LINK

 

Augé AA. Data, database and webGIS for MSP: the Falklands example. Workshop: Towards an evidence-based MPA at Ascension Island, 2016, Foreign Commonwealth Office, London, UK. LINK

 

Marengo I and Augé AA. Marine spatial planning and GIS for marine biosecurity risk mapping. Workshop on biosecurity in the UKOTs of the South Atlantic (2015). Ascension Island.

 

Lascelles B, Dias M, Augé AA. Recognition of important marine areas for seabirds in the Falkland Islands. Workshop on EU BEST project ‘Identifying important marine areas for macaroni penguins in the UK and French OTs’ (2015). Cambridge, UK.

 

Augé AA. Spatial ecology for coastal and marine management. Falkland Islands Science Symposium 2015, Stanley, Falkland Islands.

 

Frans VF, Augé AA, Engler JO, Edelhoff H, Chilvers BL, Erasmi S, Balkenhol N. Recolonization of the New Zealand sea lion: Using Maxent to identify suitable breeding habitats for management. International Association of Landscape Ecology World Congress 2015, Portland, USA. LINK

 

Augé AA, Woodberry O, Reid B, Pressey RL, Brodie JE, Dale A, Yorkston H, Nicholson AE. Understanding cumulative impacts of coastal development on seagrass using land-use change scenarios and Bayesian networks. International Marine Conservation Congress 2014, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Augé AA, Woodberry O, Reid B, Pressey RL, Brodie JE, Dale A, Yorkston H, Nicholson AE. Understanding cumulative impacts of coastal development on seagrass using land-use change scenarios and Bayesian networks. Annual meeting of the Association for Tropical Biology and Conservation 2014, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.

 

Woodberry O, Augé AA, Reid B, Pressey RL, Nicholson AE. Integrating Bayesian Networks and Geographic Information Systems to assess impact of coastal development on Great Barrier Reef species. Australasian Bayesian Network Modelling Society 2014, Rotorua, New Zealand.

 

Augé AA, Woodberry O, Reid B, Pressey RL, Brodie JE, Dale A, Yorkston H, Nicholson AE. Understanding cumulative impacts of coastal development on seagrass using land-use change scenarios and Bayesian networks. International Marine Conservation Congress 2014, Glasgow, Scotland.

 

Reid B, Augé AA, Woodberry O, Pressey RL, Brodie JE, Dale A, Yorkston H, Nicholson AE. Understanding the cumulative impacts of coastal development on marine ecosystems: land-use change scenarios and Bayesian networks. Coast to Coast 2014, Mandurah, Western Australia.

 

Reid B, Augé AA, Woodberry O, Pressey RL, Brodie JE, Dale A, Yorkston H, Nicholson AE. Assessing cumulative impacts of coastal development using spatial scenarios and Bayesian networks: a case study on the Great Barrier Reef. Cumulative Impacts 2014 - Forum of the Environment Institute of Australia and New Zealand, Brisbane, Australia.

 

Augé AA, Maughan M, Pressey RL, Brodie J, Dale A, Yorkston H. Coastal development in the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone: Using scenarios for conservation planning. 2013 Joint NERP and Reef Rescue conference, Cairns, Queensland, Australia.

 

Augé AA, Maughan M, Pressey RL, Brodie J, Dale A and Yorkston H. Coastal development in the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone: Using scenarios for conservation planning. Queensland Coastal Conference 2013, Townsville, Australia.

 

Álvarez-Romero JG, Adams V, Augé AA, Bodin O, Dale A, Pressey RL. Using social network analysis to untangle connections in the governance of natural resource management. Queensland Coastal Conference 2013, Townsville, Australia.

 

Augé AA, Maughan M, Pressey RL, Brodie J, Dale A and Yorkston H. Spatially explicit scenarios for conservation planning in the Great Barrier Reef coastal zone, Australia. CoastGIS 2013: Monitoring and Adapting to Change on the Coast, University of Victoria, British Columbia, Canada.

 

Pressey RL, Alvarez-Romeo JG, Augé AA, Ban N, Grech A. Conservation planning for a changing Great Barrier Reef. Australian Earth System Outlook Conference 2012, Canberra, Australia.

 

Pressey RL, Adams V, Alvarez-Romeo JG, Augé AA, Maughan M. Applications of spatial analysis to NRM and agency conservation management in northern Australia. Society for Conservation Biology - Oceania 2012, Darwin, Australia.

 

Augé AA, Moore AB, Chilvers BL. Predicting interactions between recolonising marine mammals and fisheries: defining precautionary management. European Congress of Conservation Biology 2012, Glasgow, Scotland, UK.

 

Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Moore AB, Davis LS. New Zealand sea lion: Doom or bloom? Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals 2009, Quebec City, Canada. Poster

 

Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Davis LS. Marginality of remnant populations and implications for conservation. European Congress of Conservation Biology 2009, Prague, Czech Republic.

 

Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Mathieu R, Moore AB. Out of the blue… Insights into the terrestrial spatial ecology of the New Zealand sea lion. Ecology Across the Tasman 2006, Joint conference of the New Zealand and Australian Ecological Societies, Wellington, New Zealand.

 

Augé AA, Chilvers BL, Moore AB, Mathieu R. Terrestrial spatial ecology of the New Zealand sea lion: spatio-temporal analyses using GIS. CoastGIS conference 2006: International symposia on GIS and Computer Mapping for Coastal Zone Management, Wollongong, New South Wales, Australia.