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[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 4.3)

[40]        Machovsky-Capuska GE, Raubenheimer D (2020). Nutritional Ecology of Vertebrate Marine Predators. Annual Review of Marine Science. Invited manuscript, 12:361-387. (IF 15.4)

[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. doi:10.1111/1365-2656.13163. (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 (2019). Development of light-weight video-tracking technology for use in wildlife research: A case study on kangaroos. Australian Zoologist. doi:10.7882/AZ.2020.001.(IF 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. doi: 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. doi:10.7882/AZ.2019.026. (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. doi: 10.1016/j.scitotenv.2018.11.418. (IF 5.7)


[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, 165:178doi: 10.1007/s00227-018-3435-7. (IF 2.5)

[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.doi:10.1111/1365-2656.12856. (IF 4.5)

[32]   Coogan SCP, Raubenheimer D, Zantis S, Machovsky-Capuska GE (2018). Multidimensional nutritional ecology and urban birds.  Ecosphere, 9. doi:10.1002/ecs2.2177. (IF 2.5)


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

[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. doi:10.1007/s10336-017-1512-1. (IF 1.8)

[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. doi:10.1111/jav.01456. (IF 2.4)

[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. doi:10.1016/j.seares.2017.05.008. (IF 2.0)

[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. doi: 10.1093/beheco/arx060. (IF 3.3)

[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. doi: 10.1371/journal.pone.0181859. (IF 3.0)

[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. doi: 10.1007/s00227-017-3079-z. (IF 2.5)


[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. doi: 10.1016/j.mambio.2016.07.001. [pdf]

[23] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Coogan SCP, Simpson SJ, Raubenheimer D (2016). Motive for killing: what drives prey choice in wild predators? Ethology. doi: 10.1111/eth.12523. [pdf]

[22] Machovsky-Capuska GE, Senior AM, Simpson SJ, Raubenheimer D (2016). The Multi-dimensional Nutritional Niche. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. doi: 10.1016/j.tree.2016.02.009

[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. doi: 10.1007/s00227-016-2841-y. [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. doi: 10.1080/00288330.2016.1152981. [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. doi:org/10.1071/MU15012. [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. doi: 10.1111/avj.12397. [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. doi: 10.1093/beheco/arv142 [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.doi: 10.1016/j.seares.2015.02.004. [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. doi: 10.1007/s00442-014-3142-0. [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. doi:10.1017/S0007114514002323. [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. [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. doi: 10.1007/s00227-014-2544-1. [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. doi:10.1007/s10071-013-0716-x. [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. doi:10.1007/s10336-013-1018-4. [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. [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). [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. [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. [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. [pdf]

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