Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra Fuentes

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My main research interests focus on conservation planning, natural resource management, and on climate change impacts on marine mega-fauna. I have used marine turtles as a lens to explore these themes; where I integrate innovative modeling with field-based ecology and geographic spatial analysis to determine how marine turtles will be impacted by climate change and develop science based solutions for their conservation and management. I was awarded a PhD Cum Laude (university medal) in May 2010 from James Cook University, Australia. During my PhD I assessed the vulnerability of the northern Great Barrier Reef (nGBR) green turtle population to climate change. At James Cook University, in 2004, I also completed a BSc with 1st class Honours in Marine Biology and Environmental Sciences. I am currently undertaking an ARC Super Science Fellowship, where I am developing systematic priorities for the management of marine mega-fauna as climate change progresses. (Texto informado pelo autor)


Identificação


Nome
Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra Fuentes
Nome em citações bibliográficas
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.;FUENTES, MMPB;FUENTES, M.M.P.B;FUENTES, M.M.P.B.;FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.

Endereço


Endereço Profissional
James Cook University.
ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies
Douglas
4811 - Townsville, - Austrália


Formação acadêmica/titulação


2006 - 2010
Doutorado em Environmental Sciences.
James Cook University, JCU, Austrália.
Título: Vulnerability of sea turtle nesting grounds to climate change., Ano de obtenção: 2010.
Orientador: Dr. Mark Hamann.
Coorientador: Dr. Col Limpus and Dr. James Moloney.
Bolsista do(a): Australian Government.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Biologia Geral / Subárea: Biologia marinha.
Grande Área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Biologia Geral / Subárea: Ecologia Aplicada.
2001 - 2004
Graduação em Bachelor of Science with Honours.
James Cook University, JCU, Austrália.
Título: Feeding Ecology of Dugong dugon: Drivers of feeding intensity within the central Great Barrier Reef..
Orientador: Dr. Emma Gyuris, Dr. Ivan Lawler and Dr. Ian Bell.
1996 - 1999
Ensino Médio (2º grau).
Colegio Marista Arquideocesano.
1993 - 1995
Ensino Fundamental (1º grau).
American Community School.


Pós-doutorado


2010
Pós-Doutorado.
ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies.
Bolsista do(a): Australian Government.


Formação Complementar


2013 - 2013
An introduction to R: software statistical model. (Carga horária: 24h).
James Cook University, JCU, Austrália.
2013 - 2013
Introduction to Zonation. (Carga horária: 4h).
James Cook University, JCU, Austrália.
2012 - 2012
Introduction to network analysis. (Carga horária: 12h).
ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies.
2012 - 2012
RobOff workshop. (Carga horária: 12h).
The University of Melbourne.
2012 - 2012
Introduction to Marxan/MarZone. (Carga horária: 12h).
The University of Queensland.
2004 - 2004
Underwater archaeology. (Carga horária: 40h).
Australian Nautical Arqueology Society- NAS.
2004 - 2004
Wildlife carer.
North Queensland Wildlife.


Atuação Profissional



ARC Centre of Excellence for Coral Reef Studies, ARC COE, Austrália.
Vínculo institucional

2010 - Atual
Vínculo: Celetista, Enquadramento Funcional: ARC Super Science Fellow, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.
Outras informações
Develop a framework to systematically prioritize the the management of marine mega-fauna.


James Cook University, JCU, Austrália.
Vínculo institucional

2010 - 2010
Vínculo: Civil servant, Enquadramento Funcional: Project Manager, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.
Outras informações
Manage and undertake project on the spatial ecology of dugongs in Torres Strait (Supervision Professor Helene Marsh).


Earthwatch Institute, EI, Austrália.
Vínculo institucional

2007 - 2009
Vínculo: Voluntaria, Enquadramento Funcional: Group Leader
Outras informações
Lead and trained groups of Earthwatch volunteers during patrols of hawksbill and green turtle nesting beaches (January 2007, 2008, 2009)


Global Lifestyles Social technologies, GL, Grã-Bretanha.
Vínculo institucional

2006 - 2006
Vínculo: Celetista, Enquadramento Funcional: Research Assistant, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.
Outras informações
Collected social information and researched socioeconomic trends in Brazil


Indo Pacific Sea Turtle Conservation Group, IPSTCG, Austrália.
Vínculo institucional

2001 - 2004
Vínculo: Volunteer, Enquadramento Funcional: Field Assistant
Outras informações
Monitored nesting females and hatchling success on remote islands in the Coral Sea. Represented IPSTCG at community outreach activities.

Atividades

2001 - 2004
Ensino,

Disciplinas ministradas
Educaçao com a comunidade local sobre aspectos da biologia e conservaçao de tartarugas marinhas. Assim como informaçoes sobre o IPSTCG.
11/2003 - 11/2003
Outras atividades técnico-científicas .

Atividade realizada
Monitoramento de praias de desova em ilhas remotas na Australia. Coleta de dados com tartarugas verdes. Investigaçao do indice de densidade de tartarugas que desovaram nas diferentes areas de desova..
11/2002 - 12/2002
Outras atividades técnico-científicas .

Atividade realizada
Monitoramento de praias de desova em ilhas remotas na Australia. Coleta de dados com tartarugas verdes. Investigaçao do indice de densidade de tartarugas que desovaram nas diferentes areas de desova..
03/2002 - 03/2002
Outras atividades técnico-científicas .

Atividade realizada
Trbalho pós-emergencia de filhotes, involvendo a determinaçao de taxa de sobrevivendia de cada ninho. Investigacao do nivel de desenvolvimento de cada ninho e observacao embriologoca de ovos que nao emergeram.
11/2001 - 12/2001
Treinamentos ministrados .

Treinamentos ministrados
Monitoramento de praias de desova
Coleta de dados e medidas.

Projeto Tamar, PT, Brasil.
Vínculo institucional

2001 - 2002
Vínculo: Estagiaria, Enquadramento Funcional: Estagiaria, Carga horária: 45, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.

Atividades

12/2000 - 1/2001
Estágios , Base de Ubatuba, .

Estágio realizado
Educacao ambiental com pescadores, monitoramento de pescas e coleta de dados de capturas acidentais.

Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service, QPWS, Austrália.
Vínculo institucional

2003 - 2003
Vínculo: Volunteer, Enquadramento Funcional: Researcher, field assistant
Outras informações
Trabalho voluntario com pesquisador Ian Bell.

Atividades

02/2003 - 12/2003
Outras atividades técnico-científicas , Ian Bell, .

Atividade realizada
Investigacao da distribuicao de tartarugas na costa da Queenslandia, Australia.

University Of The West Indies - Cave Hill Campus, U.WEST INDIES, Barbados.
Vínculo institucional

2005 - 2005
Vínculo: Pesquisadora/lider de pesquisa, Enquadramento Funcional: Researcher, field assistant, Carga horária: 60, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.
Outras informações
Lead and trained Earthwatch volunteers during patrols of hawksbill and leatherback nesting beaches. Conducted environmental education programs with local communities and tourists through school presentations and public talks. Developed educational material for educational program. Part of in-water survey to investigate the foraging ecology and distribution of hawksbill turtles in Barbados.

Atividades

05/2005 - 09/2005
Pesquisa e desenvolvimento , Barbados Sea Turtle Project, .

05/2005 - 09/2005
Ensino,

Disciplinas ministradas
Educaçao ambiental com escolas publicas, sobre biologia , ecologia e conservaçao de tartarugas marinhas
05/2005 - 09/2005
Ensino,

Disciplinas ministradas
Educaçao ambiental com turistas sobre a conservaçao de tartarugas marinhas na costa de Barbados
05/2005 - 09/2005
Treinamentos ministrados , Barbados Sea Turtle Project, .

Treinamentos ministrados
Treinei 60 voluntarios em como fazer monitoramento de praias de desova e de como coletar dados morfologicos de tartarugas marinhas.

Wildlife Conservation Society ( marine program), WCS, Madagascar.
Vínculo institucional

2005 - 2005
Vínculo: Civil servant, Enquadramento Funcional: Research Assistant, Carga horária: 70, Regime: Dedicação exclusiva.
Outras informações
Conducted socioeconomic research in Northern Madagascar. Examined fishing pressure, dependence on marine resource, socioeconomic conditions, and perceptions of coastal resources.



Linhas de pesquisa


1.
Foraging ecology of sea turtles
2.
Reproductive ecology and biology of sea turtles


Projetos de pesquisa


2010 - 2012
Informing dugong hunting management in Torres Strait by studying dugong movements and habitat usage
Descrição: Torres Strait supports the world s largest dugong population. Local information and modelling suggest that this population is over-harvested. Thus, the purpose of this project is to inform the adaptive cycle of dugong management in Torres Strait by working with Torres Strait Islanders including Traditional Owners and the Torres Strait Region Authority to use satellite tracking to quantify the movements and habitat use of dugongs in Torres Strait. .
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.

Integrantes: Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra Fuentes - Coordenador / Mark Hamann - Integrante / Helene Marsh - Integrante.

Número de produções C, T & A: 2
2010 - Atual
Systematic management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate
Descrição: The northern Great Barrier Reef World Heritage Area and Torres Strait region have globally significant populations of sea turtles and dugongs that have spiritual and social importance to Australia's indigenous peoples and value to the tourist industry. The resilience to climate change of these populations is already severely compromised by dramatic reductions in population sizes due to impacts such as bycatch, direct take, boat strike, and pollution. Depletion increases the vulnerability of populations to additional threats and lowers their ability to adapt to and recover from climate change. Therefore, managers face the challenge of addressing the direct effects of climate change, as well as ongoing threats that sea turtles and dugongs face throughout their geographic range. Most management agencies have developed simplistic threat-ranking procedures to identify priorities, but most of these assume a static environment, ignore synergies and interactions between different drivers, and lack a proper assessment of the costs of management actions. Consequently, there is an urgent need for a systematic decision-theory framework that accounts for the benefits and costs of actions while incorporating the complex effects of climate change. Therefore, the aim of this project is to develop systematic priorities for the management of sea turtles and dugongs to increase their resilience to climate change.
Situação: Em andamento; Natureza: Pesquisa.

Integrantes: Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra Fuentes - Coordenador / Helene Marsh - Integrante / Robert Pressey - Integrante.
2009 - 2009
Foraging ecology of hawksbill turtles at Yorke Island
Descrição: In early 2009 a commercial sponge farm was established at Yorke Island, Torres Strait. Since sea turtles are known to forage on sponge initial concern was expressed over the possible interactions between foraging hawksbills on the reef area around Yorke Island and the sponge farm. Therefore, the aim of this project was to: 1) investigate the foraging ecology of hawksbill turtles at these reefs; and 2) determine if there was any interaction between hawksbill turtles and the sponge farm..
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.

Integrantes: Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra Fuentes - Coordenador / Mark Hamann - Integrante.

Número de produções C, T & A: 1
2006 - 2010
Risk assessment of climate change impacts on marine turtles
Descrição: My PhD research investigates the impacts that climate change will have on sea turtles. More specifically, I assess the risk of climate change to the reproductive aspect of marine turtles, forecast potential responses by turtles to climate change and provide advice for management options aimed at reducing the susceptibility and increasing the resilience of turtles to impacts of climate change. This project is carried out with the largest green turtle population in the world, which nests in the northern Great Barrier Reef (nGBR) and in Torres Strait. In order to make my research more applicable for different stakeholders and policy makers I work closely with different groups; including the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority (GBRMPA), Torres Strait Land and Sea Management Unit, Queensland Environmental Protection Agency (QEPA), including the Queensland Parks and Wildlife Service (QPWS), Torres Strait Regional Authority (TSRA) and Queensland Marine Parks as well as different aboriginal communities..
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.
Número de produções C, T & A: 11
2005 - 2005
Human dimensions of Madagascar s marine protected areas
Descrição: The aim of this project was to examine fishing pressure, dependence of local communities on marine resources and to investigate communities socioeconomic conditions and their perceptions of coastal resources. Work was conducted in thirteen communities within or adjacent to Madagascar s Marine Protected Areas (MPAs); Nosy Atafana MPA in the Mananara Nord biosphere reserve; Tampolo, Tanjona, and Masoala MPAs in the Masoala National Park, and the recently designated Sahamalaza MPA. The information collected was used to inform coral reef management of best management practices for each studied region..
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.

Integrantes: Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra Fuentes - Integrante / Joshua Eli Cinner - Coordenador.

Número de produções C, T & A: 3
2004 - 2004
The feeding ecology of juvenile green turtles, Chelonia mydas, at Green Island, North QLD, Australia
Descrição: My Honors project investigated the feeding ecology of green turtles at the Green Island Marine Park. During this study I determined the diet and investigated the diet selection,population structure and spatial distribution of juvenile green turtles at Green Island, Australia. Visitors to Green Island can choose from a range of activities such as reef walking, snorkeling and diving. My study illustrated that most of this activities overlap with areas frequently utilized by foraging turtles and therefore with the information collected I suggested areas that should be protected from further water-based activities..
Situação: Concluído; Natureza: Pesquisa.
Número de produções C, T & A: 1


Revisor de periódico


2011 - Atual
Periódico: Journal of Environmental Management
2012 - Atual
Periódico: Ecosphere
2011 - Atual
Periódico: Journal of Herpetology
2012 - Atual
Periódico: Environmental Management
2012 - Atual
Periódico: Biological Conservation
2011 - Atual
Periódico: Marine Ecology Progress Series
2011 - Atual
Periódico: Endangered Species Research
2012 - Atual
Periódico: Global Change Biology
2012 - Atual
Periódico: Herpetological Conservation and Biology


Áreas de atuação


1.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra / Área: Oceanografia.
2.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Ecologia.
3.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Biologia Geral.
4.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Botânica.
5.
Grande área: Ciências Exatas e da Terra / Área: Ciência da Computação.
6.
Grande área: Ciências Biológicas / Área: Zoologia.


Idiomas


Inglês
Compreende Bem, Fala Bem, Lê Bem, Escreve Bem.
Francês
Compreende Razoavelmente, Fala Razoavelmente, Lê Pouco, Escreve Pouco.
Espanhol
Compreende Bem, Fala Razoavelmente, Lê Razoavelmente, Escreve Pouco.
Português
Compreende Bem, Fala Bem, Lê Bem, Escreve Bem.


Prêmios e títulos


2012
Outstanding Early Career Alumni, James Cook University.
2011
Top 14 for the UNEP/CMS thesis award, United Nations Environmental Programme.
2011
Queensland Young Tall Poppy Science Award, Australian Institute of Policy & Science.
2009
Archie Carr Award - Runner-up best conservation paper -29th Symposium on sea turtle biology and conservation , Brisbane, Australia, Awards Committee.
2008
Young Explorer Award, National Geographic Society.
2007
Science Program Scholarship, Wentworth Group of Concerned Scientists.
2007
Australian Postgraduate Award, Australian Government.


Produções



Produção bibliográfica
Artigos completos publicados em periódicos

1.
FUENTES, M.M.P.B.2013FUENTES, M.M.P.B.; PORTER, W.P. . Using a microclimate model to evaluate impacts of climate change on sea turtles. Ecological Modelling, v. 251, p. 150-157, 2013.

2.
FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.2013FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.; CLEGUER, CHRISTOPHE ; LIEBSCH, NIKOLAI ; BEDFORD, GUY ; AMBER, DAVID ; HANKIN, CHARLIE ; MCCARTHY, PHILLIP ; SHIMADA, TAKAHIRO ; WHAP, TERRENCE ; MARSH, HELENE . Adapting dugong catching techniques to different cultural and environmental settings. Marine Mammal Science, v. 29, p. 159-166, 2013.

3.
FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.2013FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.; PIKE, DAVID A. ; DIMATTEO, ANDREW ; WALLACE, BRYAN P. . Resilience of marine turtle regional management units to climate change. Global Change Biology (Print), v. 19, p. 1399-1406, 2013.

4.
Jourdan J2013Jourdan J ; FUENTES, M.M.P.B . Effectiveness of strategies at reducing sand temperature to mitigate potential impacts from changes in environmental temperature on sea turtle reproductive output. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, v. NA, p. NA, 2013.

5.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.2012FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; FISH, M. R. ; MAYNARD, J. A. . Management strategies to mitigate the impacts of climate change on sea turtle s terrestrial reproductive phase. Mitigation and Adaptation Strategies for Global Change, v. 17, p. 51-63, 2012.

6.
FUENTES, M.M.P.B.2011 FUENTES, M.M.P.B.; LIMPUS, C.J. ; HAMANN, M. . Vulnerability of sea turtle nesting grounds to climate change. Global Change Biology (Print), v. 17, p. 140-153, 2011.

7.
FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.2011FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.; BATEMAN, BROOKE L. ; HAMANN, MARK . Relationship between tropical cyclones and the distribution of sea turtle nesting grounds. Journal of Biogeography (Print), v. 38, p. 1886-1896, 2011.

8.
FUENTES, M.M.P.B.2010FUENTES, M.M.P.B.; CINNER, J.E. . Using expert opinion to prioritize impacts of climate change on sea turtles nesting grounds. Journal of Environmental Management, v. 91, p. 2511-2518, 2010.

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FUENTES, M. M. P. B.;FUENTES, MMPB;FUENTES, M.M.P.B;FUENTES, M.M.P.B.;FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.2010FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Dawson JL ; Smithers SG ; HAMANN, M. ; Limpus CJ . Sedimentological characteristics of key sea turtle rookeries: potential implications under projected climate change. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, v. 4, p. 464-473, 2010.

10.
FUENTES, MMPB2010 FUENTES, MMPB; LIMPUS, CJ ; HAMANN, M ; DAWSON, J . Potential impacts of projected sea-level rise on sea turtle rookeries. Aquatic Conservation (Print), v. 20, p. 132-139, 2010.

11.
FUENTES, M.M.P.B.2010 FUENTES, M.M.P.B.; HAMANN, M. ; LIMPUS, C.J. . Past, current and future thermal profiles of green turtle nesting grounds: Implications from climate change. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, v. 383, p. 56-64, 2010.

12.
FUENTES, MMPB2010 FUENTES, MMPB; ABBS, D . Effects of projected changes in tropical cyclone frequency on sea turtles. Marine Ecology. Progress Series (Halstenbek), v. 412, p. 283-292, 2010.

13.
FUENTES, MMPB2009FUENTES, MMPB; MAYNARD, JA ; GUINEA, M ; BELL, IP ; WERDELL, PJ ; HAMANN, M . Proxy indicators of sand temperature help project impacts of global warming on sea turtles in northern Australia. Endangered Species Research, v. 9, p. 33-40, 2009.

14.
Cinner, J. E.2009Cinner, J. E. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. ; Randriamahazo H . Exploring social resilience in Madagascar s marine protected areas. Ecology and Society: a journal of integrative science for resilience and sustainability, v. 14, p. 41, 2009.

15.
FUENTES, M.M.P.B2009FUENTES, M.M.P.B; HAMANN, M . A rebuttal to the claim natural beaches confer fitness benefits to nesting marine turtles. Biology Letters (Print), v. 5, p. 266-267, 2009.

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FUENTES, M. M. P. B.;FUENTES, MMPB;FUENTES, M.M.P.B;FUENTES, M.M.P.B.;FUENTES, MARIANA M. P. B.2005FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Gyuris, E. ; Lawler, I. R . Dietary preferences of juvenile green turtles, Chelonia mydas, on a tropical reef flat at green island, Queensland, Australia. Wildlife Research (East Melbourne), v. 32, p. 671-678, 2005.

Livros publicados/organizados ou edições
1.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Dhyum the dugong. 1. ed. Cairns: Reef & Rainforest Research Centre Limited, 2013. v. 1. 32p .

2.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Myrtle s battle against climate change. 1. ed. Cairns: Reef & Rainforest Research Centre Limited, 2010. v. 1. 22p .

Capítulos de livros publicados
1.
HAMANN, M. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. ; Ban N ; Mocellin V . Climate change and marine turtles. The biology of sea turtles. 3ed.Boca Ranton: Taylor & Francis Group, 2013, v. 3, p. 353-378.

2.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; HAMANN, M. ; Lukoschek V . A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia. A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia. 2ed.Canberra: ES Poloczanska, AJ Hobday and AJ Richardson, 2012, v. 2, p. 00-.

3.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; HAMANN, M. ; Lukoschek V . Marine Reptiles and Climate Change. A Marine Climate Change Impacts and Adaptation Report Card for Australia. 1ed.Canberra: NCCARF Publication, 2009, v. 1, p. 1-.

4.
Cinner, J. E. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. . Human Dimensions of Madagascar s Marine Protected Areas. Ten years after bleaching consequences and issues facing countries in the Indian Ocean. 1ed.Mombassa: CORDIO/Sida-SAREC, 2008, v. , p. 397-404.

Textos em jornais de notícias/revistas
1.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Some like it hot. Australasian Science.

2.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Hot water for marine reptiles: research into sea turtles and climate change. Wildlife Australia.

3.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Limpus CJ ; HAMANN, M. . Impacts of climate change on the largest green turtle population in the world: the nGBR green turtle population. Indian Ocean Newsletter.

4.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Kawkes L . How will sea turtles cope with climate change. The State of the World s Sea Turtle Report: the green turtle, p. 12 - 13.

5.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Bachelor s paradise how will sea turtles cope with climate change. The conversation.

Apresentações de Trabalho
1.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Visconti P ; Pouzols F ; Leiss B ; MARSH, H. ; PRESSEY, R. . A decision framework for prioritizing multiple management actions. 2013. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

2.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Vulnerability assessment: a decision support tool to prioritize management of turtle rookeries in a changing climate. 2012. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

3.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Limpus CJ ; HAMANN, M. . Sea turtles and climate change. 2012. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

4.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Opportunities and challenges to manage marine mega-fauna in a changing climate. 2012. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

5.
Jensen M ; FitzSimmons N ; HAMANN, M. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. ; McCarthy M . Climate change predictions as a key component of a green turtle population model. 2012. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

6.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Porter W . A new approach to model soil temperature: using microclimate models to predict the impacts of climate change on sea turtles. 2012. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

7.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Visconti P ; Leiss B ; Pouzols F ; MARSH, H. ; PRESSEY, R. . A decision framework for prioritizing multiple management actions for long-lived, migratory endangered species, applied in a data-poor context. 2012. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

8.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Grech A . Working with Indigenous communities to monitor and manage marine mega-fauna in northern Australia.. 2011. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

9.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Vulnerability of sea turtles to climate change. 2011. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

10.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; PRESSEY, R. ; MARSH, H. . Systematic management of marine mega-fauna in a changing climate. 2011. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

11.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. A systematic framework to assess the vulnerability of fauna to climate change.. 2011. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

12.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; HAMANN, M. . Vulnerability of sea turtles to climate change. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

13.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Management of marine mega-fauna as climate change progresses. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

14.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Cinner, J. E. . Impacts of climate change to sea turtle nesting grounds: using experts opinions for threat prioritization.. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

15.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Impacts of climate change on sea turtles: using a vulnerability assessment framework to inform management. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

16.
HAMANN, M. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. . Are we succeeding? Monitoring and evaluation strategies for marine wildlife species management. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

17.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; HAMANN, M. . A systematic vulnerability assessment: analyzing the vulnerability of sea turtle nesting grounds to climate change. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

18.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Limpus CJ ; HAMANN, M. . A systematic framework to assess the vulnerability of sea turtle s nesting ground to climate change. 2010. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

19.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.. Sea turtles, climate change and future challenges for management. 2009. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Congresso).

20.
HAMANN, M. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. . Raine Island: Issues and implications.. 2009. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

21.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Limpus CJ ; HAMANN, M. . How will the largest green turtle population in the world be affected by climate change?. 2009. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

22.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Limpus CJ ; HAMANN, M. ; Dawson JL) . Community assistance in determining the potential effects of projected sea level rise on marine turtles. 2009. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

23.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Limpus CJ ; HAMANN, M. ; Moloney JM . Assessing the vulnerability of sea turtle populations to predicted geographic shifts in cyclone patterns.. 2009. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

24.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Limpus CJ ; HAMANN, M. ; Dawson JL . Community assistance in determining the potential effects of projected sea level rise on marine turtles.. 2009. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

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FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Dawson JL ; Smithers SG ; HAMANN, M. . Traits of Surficial Carbonate sediments at Reef Islands: Implications of Climate Change to Island Fauna (Oral presentation).. 2008. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Simpósio).

26.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Dawson JL) . Identifying superficial carbonate facies at key sea turtle rookeries to investigate the potential effects of climate change on turtle populations of the northern Great Barrier Reef.. 2007. (Apresentação de Trabalho/Conferência ou palestra).

Outras produções bibliográficas
1.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; MARSH, H. . Informing dugong hunting management in Torres Strait by studying dugong movements and habitat usagef 2012 (Final Report to the Australian Marine Mammal Centre).

2.
FitzSimmons N ; Jensen M ; HAMANN, M. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. . Population modeling of the northern Great Barrier Reef green turtle (Chelonia mydas) stock. 2011 (Final Report to Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority).

3.
HAMANN, M. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. . Species of conservation concern 2010 (Report to the Marine and Tropical Sciences Research Facility).

4.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; HAMANN, M. . Hawksbill turtles at Masig Island . 2009 (Technical report for the Torres Strait Regional Authority and Kailag Enterprises).

5.
FUENTES, M. M. P. B.; Dawson JL) ; Smithers SG ; HAMANN, M. . Surficial carbonate facies across key rookeries for the northern Great Barrier Reef green turtle population stock 2007 (Technical report for the Environment Protection Agency).

6.
Cinner, J. E. ; FUENTES, M. M. P. B. . A Baseline Socioeconomic Assessment of Fishing Communities in Northern Madagascar. 2006 (Relatorio para Wildlife Conservation).



Orientações



Orientações e supervisões em andamento
Dissertação de mestrado
1.
Kimberly Riskas. Investigating the effects of fisheries Bycatch on marine turtles.. Início: 2013. Dissertação (Mestrado profissional em Masters of Science) - James Cook University. (Coorientador).

2.
Rochelle Ferris. Identification and Assessment of Available Hawksbill Turtle Habitat in Northern NSW and a Review of Existing Tag Return Data. Início: 2013. Dissertação (Mestrado profissional em Masters of Science) - James Cook University. (Coorientador).

Tese de doutorado
1.
Justin Smith. Flatbacks and climate change. Início: 2013. Tese (Doutorado em Doctore em Ciencias) - James Cook University. (Coorientador).

2.
Jess Williams. Searching for practical solutions to sea turtles poaching in Mozambique. Início: 2012. Tese (Doutorado em Doctore em Ciencias) - James Cook University. (Coorientador).

3.
Christopher Cleguer. Distribution, relative abundance and habitat use of the dugong: a basis for marine conservation and management planning in New Caledonia. Início: 2012. Tese (Doutorado em Doctore em Ciencias) - James Cook University. (Coorientador).

Monografias de conclusão de curso de aperfeiçoamento/especialização
1.
Jessica Morris. Towards an understanding of the global effort to understand the impacts of climate change on sea turtles. Início: 2013. Monografia (Aperfeiçoamento/Especialização em Masters of Science Independent project) - James Cook University. (Orientador).

2.
Christian Gredzens. The spatial ecology of marine megafuana. Início: 2013. Monografia (Aperfeiçoamento/Especialização em Masters of Science Independent project) - James Cook University. (Orientador).


Orientações e supervisões concluídas
Monografia de conclusão de curso de aperfeiçoamento/especialização
1.
Julie Jourdan. Effectiveness of different management strategies to mitigate the impacts of projected increases in temperature on sea turtle reproductive output. 2011. Monografia. (Aperfeiçoamento/Especialização em Masters of Science Independent project) - James Cook University. Orientador: Mariana Menezes Prata Bezerra Fuentes.



Outras informações relevantes


Research grants
 AUD$ 10,000 - Save our Seas Foundation. Systematic management of flatback turtles. Principal Investigator
(2012- 2013).
 AUD$ 750,000 - National Environmental Research Program Tropical Hub. Marine turtle and dugongs of Torres
Strait. Chief investigators: M Hamann, H Marsh (2011   2014).
 AUD$ 3,000 - Ian Potter Foundation to attend the 25th  ICCB. Principal Investigator (2011).
 AUD$ 18,000- Save our Seas Foundation. Systematic priorities for the management of marine mega-fauna in the face of climate change. Principal Investigator (2011).
 AUD$ 13,000 - Sea World Research and Rescue Foundation. Spatial ecology of dugongs. Co-investigators: H Marsh (2011).
 AUD$ 4,000 - Cass Foundation Travel Grant to attend the International Sea Turtle Symposium. Principal
Investigator (2011).
 AUD$ 300,000 - Australian Research Council Super Science Fellowship. Chief investigators: B Pressey, H Marsh
(2010 - 2013). I was primary author of the proposal but not listed as a chief investigator.
 AUD$ 2,000 - National Climate Change Adaptation Research Facility to attend the 24th  International Congress for
Conservation Biology. Principal Investigator (2010).
 AUD$ 50,000 - Great Barrier Reef Marine Park Authority. Tender to develop a population model for the northern Great Barrier Reef green turtle population. Co-investigators: M Hamann, Jensen M, N Fitzsimmons, M McCarthy (2009).
 AUD$ 23,000 - Marine and Tropical Science Research Facility. Ecology of hawksbill turtles in Torres Strait in relation to their habitat use, diet and home range. Co-investigator: M Hamann (2009).
 AUD$ 3,000 - Norman Wettenhall Foundation. Educational program on sea turtles and climate change. Principal
Investigator (2009).
 AUD$ 3,000 - Torres Strait Regional Authority. Educational program on sea turtles and climate change. Principal
Investigator (2009).
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