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Smith, Kirby, Scarpaci, Carol and Otway, NM (2016) Scuba Diving Tourism Impacts and Environmental Influences on the Patrolling Behavior of Grey Nurse Sharks (Carcharias taurus): A Preliminary Assessment Using Acoustic Telemetry at Fish Rock, Australia. Tourism in Marine Environments, 12 (1). pp. 17-34. ISSN 1544-273X

Smith, Kirby, Scarpaci, Carol, Louden, BM and Otway, NM (2016) Does the grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) exhibit agonistic pectoral fin depression? A stereo-video photogrammetric assessment off eastern Australia. Pacific Conservation Biology, 22 (1). pp. 3-11. ISSN 1038-2097

Smith, Kirby, Scarpaci, Carol, Louden, BM and Otway, NM (2015) Behaviour of aggregated grey nurse sharks Carcharias taurus off eastern Australia: similarities and differences among life-history stages and sites. Endangered Species Research, 27 (1). pp. 69-85. ISSN 1863-5407

Smith, Kirby, Scarpaci, Carol, Scarr, Mark J and Otway, NM (2014) Scuba diving tourism with critically endangered grey nurse sharks (Carcharias taurus) off eastern Australia: Tourist demographics, shark behaviour and diver compliance. Tourism Management, 45. 211 - 225. ISSN 0261-5177

Smith, Kirby, Scarr, Mark J and Scarpaci, Carol (2010) Grey Nurse Shark (Carcharias taurus) Diving Tourism: Tourist Compliance and Shark Behaviour at Fish Rock, Australia. Environmental Management, 46 (5). pp. 699-710. ISSN 0364-152X (print) 1432-1009 (online)

Smith, Kirby, Scarr, Mark J and Scarpaci, Carol (2009) Does Grey Nurse Shark (Carcharias taurus) Diving Tourism Promote Biocentric Values Within Participants? Journal and proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales , 142 (3-4). pp. 31-44. ISSN 0035-9173

Thesis

Smith, Kirby (2016) Behavioural ecology of the critically endangered grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) and the interaction with scuba diving tourism off eastern Australia. PhD thesis, Victoria University.