Scientific Publications

Gina is passionate about nature and the environment. As a qualified a marine biologist and zoologist, she has undertaken extensive research in both fields and published a large volume of this research. Click on the links below to read each publication.

Selected Scientific Publications

  1. Newton, G (1996) Estuarine Ichthyoplankton Ecology in Relation to Hydrology and Zooplankton Dynamics in a Salt-wedge Estuary. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 47: 99 – 111.
  1. Newton, GM and Mitchell, BD (1999) Egg dormancy in the Australian estuarine-endemic copepods Gippslandia estuarina and Sulcanus conflictus, with reference to dormancy of other estuarine fauna. Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 50: 441 – 449.
  1. Newton, GM (2004) Australia’s Marine Environment and Marine Science: Snapshot 2004. Proceedings of the Pacific 2004 International Maritime Organisation Conference, Sydney, 3-5 February. 10pp.
  1. Newton, Gina M (2005) Communicating Science through Children’s Literature – Part One [article based on MSc Science Communication Thesis (2004, Australian National University) and published in the Women in Science Enquiry Network Journal in 2005 (J66: 5-6)]
  1. Newton, Gina M (2005) Communicating Science through Children’s Literature – Part Two [article based on MSc Science Communication Thesis (2004, Australian National University) and published in the Women in Science Enquiry Network Journal in 2005 (J67)]
  1. Newton, GM (2006) Australia’s Mega Marine Biodiversity Gap. [article published in Waves (Publication of the Marine and Coastal Community Network) and the Australian Marine Sciences Association (AMSA) Bulletin].
  1. Newton, G (2007) Climate Change Impacts on Australia’s Coast and Oceans. Waves (Publication of the Marine and Coastal Community Network) 13(1): 1-3.
  1. Newton, G (2007) Salt and Vinegar – A Taste of Climate Change and Ocean Acidification. Waves (Publication of the Marine and Coastal Community Network) 13(1): 7.
  1. Newton, G (2008) Estuaries and Climate Change. Waves (Publication of the Marine and Coastal Community Network) 14(2): 7 – 8.
  1. Newton, G (unpublished article, 2008) Dangerous Climate Change – Are we there yet? Report on Australian Academy of Science annual Science at the Shine Dome Symposium, 9 May 2008, Dangerous Climate Change: Is it inevitable? See http://www.sciencearchive.org.au/events/sats/sats2008/symposium.html
  1. Newton, G (2009) Australia’s environmental climate change challenge: overview with reference to water resources. Australasian Journal of Environmental Management 16: 130 – 139.
  1. Newton, Gina (2012) Buffer zones for aquatic biodiversity conservation. Australasian Plant Conservation: Journal of ANPC 21 (2): 18 – 22.
Advertisements