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[1] Barletta, M., Machovsky-Capuska, GE., eds. (2020). Aquatic Habitat Ecology & Conservation: Continental and Marine Ecosystems Connectivity. Lausanne: Frontiers Media SA.

Peer-Reviewed Publications


[56]      Denuncio, P, Padula AD, Mandiola MA, Giardino GV, Rodriguez DH, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2023). Milk compositions and fatty acid profiles in two coastal odontocete species from the southwest Atlantic Ocean. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. (IF 1.9)


[55]      Grainger RJ, Raoult V, Peddemors VM, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Gaston TF, Raubenheimer, D (2022). Integrating isotopic and nutritional niches reveals multiple dimensions of individual diet specialisation in a marine apex predator. Journal of Animal Ecology. (IF 4.4)

[54] Stockin KA, Amiot C, Meynier L, Purvin C, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2022). Understanding common dolphin and Australasian gannet feeding associations from an ethological and nutritional perspective. ICES Journal of Marine Science. (IF 4.1)

[53]         Savoca MS, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Andrades R, Santos RG (2022). Plastic Ingestion: Understanding Causes and Impacts. Frontiers in Marine Science, 599. (IF 4.0)

[52]       Griffin AS, Peneaux C, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Guez D (2022). How alien species use cognition to discover, handle, taste, and adopt novel foods. Current Opinion in Behavioral Sciences, 45, 101136. (IF 4.6)

[51]      Grainger RJ, Raubenheimer, D, Peddemors VM, Butcher P, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2022). Integrating biologging and behavioral state modelling to identify cryptic behaviors and post-capture recovery processes: new insights from a threatened marine apex predator. Frontiers in Marine Science. (IF 4.0)


[50] Stockin KA, Pantos O, Betty EL, Pawley MDM, Doake F, Masterton H, Palmer EI, Perrott MR, Nelms SE, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2021). Fourier transform infrared (FTIR) analysis identifies micro plastics in stranded common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) from New Zealand waters. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 113084. . (IF 5.9)

[49]      Stockin KA, Yi S, Northcott GL, Betty EL, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Law RJ, …, Tremblay LA (2021). Poly- and perfluoroalkyl substances (PFAS), trace elements and life history parameters of mass-stranded common dolphins in New Zealand. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 173:112896. (IF 5.9)

[48]      Denuncio P, Gana JCM, Giardino GV, Rodriguez DH, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2021). Diet Composition and Nutritional Strategies in Two Sympatric Pinnipeds. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. (IF 2.7)

[47]     Peneaux C, Grainger R, Lermite F, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Gaston TF, Griffin AS (2021). Detrimental effects of urbanization on the diet, health, and signal coloration of an ecologically successful alien bird. Science of the Total Environment. (IF 7.8)

[46]        Santos RG, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Andrades R (2021). Plastic ingestion as an evolutionary trap: Toward a holistic understanding. Science, 373:56-60. Top 5% of all research outputs ever scored by Altmetric. (IF 44.4)

[45]      Peneaux C, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Endler JA, Griffin AS (2021). Eat yourself sexy: how selective macronutrient intake influences the expression of a visual signal in common mynas. Journal of Experimental Biology. (IF 3.4)


[44] Santos, RG, Andrades R, Demetrio GR, Kuwai GM, Sobral MF, de Souza Vieira J, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2020). Exploring plastic-induced satiety in foraging green turtles. Environmental Pollution. (IF 6.9)

[43]         Grainger R, Peddemors VM, Raubenheimer D, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2020). Diet Composition and Nutritional Niche Breadth Variability in Juvenile White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias).  Frontiers in Marine Science. Top 5% of all research outputs ever scored by Altmetric. (IF 3.0)

[42]         Machovsky-Capuska GE, von Haeften G, Romero MA, Rodríguez DH, Gerpe MS (2020). Linking cadmium and mercury accumulation to nutritional intake in common dolphins (Delphinus delphis) from Patagonia, Argentina. Environmental Pollution. (IF 6.9)

[41]         Machovsky Capuska GE, Andrades, R, Santos, RG (2020). Debris ingestion and nutritional niches in estuarine and reef green turtles. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 153:110943. (IF 4.4)

[40]        Machovsky-Capuska GE, Raubenheimer D (2020). Nutritional Ecology of Vertebrate Marine Predators. Annual Review of Marine Science. Invited manuscript, 12:361-387. (IF 16.4)

[39]         Börger L, Bijleveld A, Fayet AL, Machovsky Capuska GE, Patrick SC, Street GM, Vander Wal E (2020). Editorial: Biologging Special Feature. Journal of Animal Ecology, 89:6-15. (IF 4.5)

[38]         Herbert CA, Dassis M, Pye M, Jones P, Leong PHW, Thomas G, Cope H, Jarman A, Hobbs R, Murray PE and Machovsky Capuska GE (2020). Development of light-weight video-tracking technology for use in wildlife research: A case study on kangaroos. Australian Zoologist. 0.5)


[37]        Pearson H, Jones PW, Taelor PB, Stockin AK, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2019). A biologging perspective to the drivers that shape gregariousness in dolphins. Behavioural Ecology and Sociobiology, 73:155. 10.1007/s00265-019-2763-z. (IF 2.5)

[36]         Griffin AS, Brown C, Woodworth BK,…. Machovsky-Capuska GE, Rasmussen T, McDonald PG, Roderick M, Slade C, Mackenzie SA, Taylor PD (2019). A large-scale automated radio telemetry network for monitoring movements of terrestrial wildlife in Australia. Australian Zoologist. (IF 0.5)

[35]         Machovsky-Capuska GE, Amiot C, Denuncio P, Grainger R, Raubenheimer D (2019). A nutritional perspective on plastic ingestion in wildlife. Science of the Total Environment, 656:789-796. (IF 6.4)


[34]        Rowe C, Figueira W, Raubenheimer D, Solon-Biet SM, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2018). The role of temperature and macronutrient selection on metabolic and swimming performance of the Indo-Pacific Damselfish. Marine Biology, 165:178 (IF 2.5) [pdf]

[33]  Machovsky-Capuska GE, Miller MGR, Silva FRO, Amiot C, Stockin KA, Senior AM, Schuckard R, Melville D, Raubenheimer D (2018). The nutritional nexus: linking niche, habitat variability and prey composition in a generalist marine predator. Journal of Animal Ecology, 87:1286-1298. (IF 4.5) [pdf]

[32]   Coogan SCP, Raubenheimer D, Zantis S, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2018). Multidimensional nutritional ecology and urban birds.  Ecosphere, 9. (IF 2.5) [pdf]


[31] Pearson H, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2017). The secret life of dolphins. Australasian Science, 38:32-35. [pdf]

[30] Miller MGR, Silva FRO, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Congdon BC (2017). Sexual segregation in tropical seabirds: drivers of sex-specific foraging in the Brown Booby Sula leucogaster. Journal of Ornithology, 1-13. (IF 1.8) [pdf]

[29] Peneaux C, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Raubenheimer D, Lermite F, Rousseau C, Rodger J, Griffin AS (2017). Tasting novel foods and selecting nutrient content in a highly successful ecological invader, the common myna. Journal of Avian Biology, 48:001-009. (IF 2.4) [pdf]

[28] Denuncio P, Paso Viola MN, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Raubenheimer D, Gerpe MS, Rodriguez D (2017). Population variance in prey, diets and their macronutrient composition in an endangered marine predator, the Franciscana dolphin. Journal of Sea Research, 129:70-79. (IF 2.0) [pdf]

[27] Coogan SCP, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Martin J, Senior AM, Major RE, Raubenheimer D (2017). Macronutrient selection of free-ranging urban Australian white ibis (Threskiornis moluccus). Behavioural Ecology. (IF 3.3) [pdf]

[26] Bombara C, Dürr S, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Jones P, Ward MP (2017). A preliminary study to estimate contact rates between free-roaming domestic dogs using novel miniature cameras. PLoS One, 12:7. (IF 3.0) [pdf]

[25] Pearson H, Jones P, Srinivasan M, Lundquist D, Pearson C, Stockin AK, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2017). Testing and deployment of C-VISS (cetacean-borne video camera and integrated sensor system) on wild dolphins. Marine Biology, 164:42. (IF 2.5) [pdf]


[24] Senior AM, Grueber CE, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Simpson SJ, Raubenheimer D (2016). Macronutritional consequences of Food Generalism in an Invasive Mammal, the Wild Boar. Mammalian Biology. (IF 1.4) [pdf]

[23] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Coogan SCP, Simpson SJ, Raubenheimer D (2016). Motive for killing: what drives prey choice in wild predators? Ethology. (IF 1.4) [pdf]

[22] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Senior AM, Simpson SJ, Raubenheimer D (2016). The Multi-dimensional Nutritional Niche. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. (IF 18.3)[pdf]

[21] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Senior AM, Benn E, Tait AH, Schuckard R, Stockin KA, Cook W, Ogle M, Barna K, Melville D, Wright B, Purvin C, Raubenheimer D (2016). Sex-specific macronutrient foraging strategies in a successful marine predator: the Australasian gannet. Marine Biology. (IF 2.5) [pdf]

[20] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Priddel D, Leong PHW, Jones P, Carlile N, Shannon L, Portelli D, McEwan A, Chaves A, Raubenheimer D (2016). Coupling bio-logging with nutritional geometry to reveal novel insights into the foraging behaviour of a plunge-diving marine predator. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. (IF 1.1) [pdf]

Masked Booby cover

[19] Cockrem JF, Candy EJ, Potter MA, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2016). Corticosterone responses to capture and restraint in Australasian gannets (Morus serrator) at Cape Kidnappers, New Zealand. Emu, 116: 86-90. (IF 0.9) [pdf]

[18] Gosper EC, Raubenheimer D, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Chaves AV (2016). Discrepancy between the composition of some commercial cat foods and their package labelling and suitability for meeting nutritional requirements. Australian Veterinary Journal, 94: 12-17. (IF 0.8) [pdf]

[17] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Senior A, Zantis S, Barna K, Cowieson A, Pandya S, Pavard C, Shiels M, Raubenheimer D (2016). Dietary protein selection in a free-ranging urban population of common myna birds. Behavioral Ecology, 27:219-227. (IF 3.3) [pdf]


[16] Srinivasan M, Dassis M, Benn E, Stockin KA, Martinez E, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2015). Using non-systematic surveys to investigate regional climate change effects on Australasian gannets in the Hauraki Gulf, New Zealand. Journal of Sea Research, 99:74-82. (IF 2.0) [pdf]

[15] Raubenheimer D, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Chapman CA, Rothman JM (2015). Geometry of Nutrition in Field Studies: An Illustration Using Wild Primates. Oecologia, 177: 223-234. (IF 3.2) [pdf]

[14] Raubenheimer D, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Gosby AK, Simpson SJ (2015). The nutritional ecology of obesity: from humans to companion animals. British Journal of Nutrition, 113: S26-S39. (IF 3.3) [pdf]


[13] Raubenheimer D, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Felton AM, Simpson SJ (2014). Nutritional Geometry: from insects to ruminants. Proceedings Australia Society of Animal Production, 30:32-36. (IF 1.4) [pdf]

[12] Tait A, Raubenheimer D, Stockin KA, Merriman M, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2014). Nutritional geometry and the macronutrient variation in the diet of gannets: the challenges in marine field studies. Marine Biology. 12: 2791-2801. (IF 2.5) [pdf]

[11] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Hauber ME, Libby E, Amiot C, Raubenheimer D (2014). The contribution of private and public information in foraging by Australasian gannets. Animal Cognition, 17:849-858. (IF 2.4) [pdf]

[10] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Hauber ME, Dassis M, Libby E, Wikelski MC, Schuckard R, Melville D, Cook W, Houston M, Raubenheimer D (2014). Foraging behaviour and habitat use of chick-rearing Australasian Gannets in New Zealand. Journal of Ornithology, 155: 379-387. (IF 1.8) [pdf]


[9] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Vaughn-Hirshorn RL, Würsig B, Raubenheimer D (2013). Can gannets define their diving profile prior to submergence? Notornis 60:255-257. (IF 0.5) [pdf]


[8] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Howland HC, Raubenheimer D, Vaughn RL, Würsig B, Hauber ME, Katzir G (2012). Visual accommodation and active pursuit of prey underwater in a plunge diving bird: the Australasian gannet. Proceedings of the Royal Society B 279:4118-4125. Photo cover. Highlighted by Current Biology (2012, 22, 20, R872) and Journal of Experimental Biology (2013, 216). (IF 5.8) [pdf]

Gannet cover low resolution

[7] Schuckard R, Melville D, Cook W, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2012). Diet of the Australasian gannet (Morus serrator) at Farewell Spit, New Zealand. Notornis 59:66-70. (IF 0.5) [pdf]

[6] Aidala Z, Huynen L, Brennan PLR, Musser J, Fidler A, Chong N, Machovsky-Capuska GE, Anderson MG, Talaba A, Lambert D, Hauber ME (2012). Ultraviolet visual sensitivity in three distinct avian lineages: paleognaths, parrots, and songbirds. Journal of Comparative Physiology A 198:495-510. (IF 2.3) [pdf]


[5] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Vaughn RL, Würsig B, Katzir G, Raubenheimer D (2011). Dive strategies and foraging effort in the Australasian gannet Morus serrator revealed by underwater videography. Marine Ecology Progress Series 442:255-261. (IF 2.5) [pdf]

[4] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Huynen L, Lambert D, Raubenheimer D (2011). UVS is rare in seabirds. Vision Research Journal 51:1333-1337. (IF 2.3) [pdf]

[3] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Dwyer SL, Alley MR, Stockin KA, Raubenheimer D (2011). Evidence for fatal collisions and kleptoparasitism while plunge diving in Gannets. Ibis 153:631-635. (IF 2.3) [pdf]


[2] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Rosso P, Copello S, Casaux R (2008). First observation of siblicide in Brown Skua (Catharacta lonnbergi) at Harmony Point, Nelson Island, Antarctica. Notornis 55:43-44. (IF 0.5) [pdf]

[1] Machovsky-Capuska GE, von Haeften G, Rodríguez D, Moreno V, Gerpe, M (2008). Accumulation of copper, zinc, cadmium and mercury in common dolphins, Delphinus delphis in waters off Patagonia. Proceedings SETAC, Buenos Aires, SETAC Press: 23-25.