Popular articles

Selected popular articles, edited volumes and conference proceedings

Grémillet, D, BD Hardesty, HK Lotze, D Obura, D Pauly, Y-J Shin, UR Sumaila. 2021. The oceans and COVID-19: A ten-point agenda for action, p. 41-44. In: D. Pauly and E. Chu (eds). Marine and Freshwater Miscellanea III. Fisheries Centre Research Reports 29(1). Access here.

Butler, Richelle, BD Hardesty and L Roman. 17 February 2021. Plastic in the ocean kills more threatened albatrosses than we thought. The Conversation. Access here.

Roman, L, BD Hardesty, C Wilcox and Q Schuyler. 14 December 2020. These are the plastic items that most kill whales, dolphins, turtles and seabirds. The Conversation. Access here.

Olivelli, A and U Rosebrock. 1 December 2020. From Hobart to London, to Dhaka: using cameras and AI to build an automatic litter detection system. The Conversation. Access here.

Hardesty, BD, C Wilcox and J Barrett. 6 October 2020. We estimate up to 14 million tonnes of microplastic lie on the sea floor. It’s worse than we thought. The Conversation. Access here.

Hardesty BD and C Wilcox. 13 March 2020. For decades, scientists puzzled over the plastics ‘missing’ from our oceans – but now it’s been found. The Conversation. Access here.

Denise Hardesty features in this article by One Earth called Science-based solutions to plastic pollution (2020). Access here.

Roman, L. November 2018. Assessing the risks of marine debris ingestion to Procellariiform seabirds, (doctoral dissertation). Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania. Access here.

Hardesty BD, R Gunn and C Wilcox. 20 October 2019. Addressing ghost nets in Australia and beyond – update of EMR feature. Journal of Ecological Management & Restoration. Access here.

Schuyler Q, BD Hardesty and C Wilcox. 20 February 2018. Deposit schemes reduce drink containers in the ocean by 40%. The Conversation. Access here.

Hardesty BD and C Wilcox. 13 February 2015. Eight million tons of plastic are going into the ocean each year. The Conversation Access here.

Hardesty BD and C Wilcox. 15 September 2014. The oceans are full of our plastic – here’s what we can do about it. The Conversation. Access here.

Acampora H, BD Hardesty, K Townsend and K Erzini. 2014. Plastic ingestion by short-tailed shearwaters (Puffinus tenuirostris) in northern Australia. Proceedings of the International workshop on fate and impacts of microplastics in marine ecosystems.

Hardesty BD and C Wilcox. 31 January 2013. Ghostnets fish on: marine rubbish threatens northern Australian turtles. The Conversation. Access here.

Hardesty BD and C Wilcox. 23 August 2011. Marine debris: biodiversity impacts and potential solutions. The Conversation. Access here.