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1959-1965 1966-1975  >1976-1985   |   1986-1995   |   1996 - 2005   |   2006 - Present

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1986
177. Heatwole, H. and M. Lowman. 1986. Dieback, Death of an Australian Landscape. Reed Books Pty. Ltd., Frenchs Forest, 150 pp.

178. Heatwole, H. and P. Saenger. 1986. Islands and birds. Oceanus 29: 94-97, 99.

179. Dunson, W. A. and H. Heatwole. 1986. Effect of relative shell size in turtles on water and electrolyte composition. American Journal of Physiology 250: R1133-R1137.

180. Flood, P. G. and H. Heatwole. 1986. Coral cay instability and species-turnover of plants at Swain Reefs, southern Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Coastal Research 2: 479-496.

181. Heatwole, H., R. Muir and E. Davison. 1986. Oxygen consumption of some terrestrial invertebrates from the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 11: 219-226.

182. Heatwole, H. and R. Simpson. 1986. Faunal survey of New England. I. Introduction and general description of the area. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 22: 107-113.

183. Heatwole, H. 1986. Book review of: Plant Life of the Great Barrier Reef. A. B. Cribb and J. W. Cribb, University of Queensland Press. Wildlife Australia 23: 32.

184. Heatwole, H. F. 1986. Some Aspects of Phytogeography and Vegetation Dynamics of Islands of the Great Barrier Reef. Ph.D. Thesis, University of Queensland, St. Lucia, 367 pp.

185. Heatwole, H. 1986. Book Review of: Biology of Australasian Frogs and Reptiles (edited by Gordon Grigg, Richard Shine, and Harry Ehmann), Surrey Beatty and Sons Pty. Ltd. Australian Zoologist 22: 14-15. back to top

1987
186. Heatwole, H. and S. Greathead. 1987. Bottle express to Santa. Australian Geographic. 1987, No. 5: 19.

187. Zimmerman, S. E. and H. Heatwole. 1987. Olive sea snake venom. Pp. 204-213 in: Toxic Plants and Animals, A Guide for Australia (eds. J. Covacevich, P. Davie and J. Pearn). Queensland Museum, South Brisbane, 504 pp.

188. Heatwole, H. 1987. Sea Snakes. The New South Wales University Press, Kensington, 85 pp.

189. Lowman, M. D. and H. Heatwole. 1987. The impact of defoliating insects on the growth of eucalypt saplings. Australian Journal of Ecology 12: 175-181.

190. Heatwole, H. 1987. Book review of: Ecophysiology of Desert Reptiles. S. D. Bradshaw, Academic Press, Sydney, 324 pp., 1986. Australian Society of Herpetologists Newsletter No. 29: 39-40.

191. Daniels, C. B., H. Heatwole and N. Oakes. 1987. Heating and cooling rates in air and during diving of the Australian water skink, Sphenomorphus quoyii. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 87A: 487-492.

192. Daniels, C. B., N. Oakes and H. Heatwole. 1987. Physiological diving adaptations of the Australian water skink, Sphenomorphus quoyii. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 88A: 187-199.

193. Heatwole, H. and M. Lowman. 1987. Dieback: Death of an Australian landscape. Pp. 42-49 in: If Atoms could Talk, Search and Serendipity in Australian Science (ed. R. Love). Greenhouse Publications, Richmone, Victoria, 249 pp.

194. Heatwole, H. and W. A. Dunson. 1987. Hematological parameters of some marine snakes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 113: 289-300.

195. Heatwole, H. 1987. Major components and distributions of the terrestrial fauna. Chapter 5 (pp. 101-135) in: Fauna of Australia, vol. 1A General Articles (ed. G. R. Dyne). Australian Government Publishing Service, Canberra, 339 pp.

196. Heatwole, H. and J. Taylor. 1987. Ecology of Reptiles. Surrey Beatty and Sons Pty. Ltd., Chipping Norton, 325 pp.

197. Heatwole, H. 1987. Book review of: Ecology and Natural History of Desert Lizards. Analyses of the Ecological Niche and Community Structure. E. R. Pianka, Princeton University Press, Princeton, 1986. xi + 208 pp. Price US $45.00 (US $19.95 paper). Australian Journal of Ecology 12: 445-446.

198. Heatwole, H. 1987. Some aspects of phytogeography and vegetation dynamics of islands of the Great Barrier Reef. Ph.D. thesis abstract. Australian Journal of Ecology 12: 440.

199. Cogger, H., H. Heatwole, Y. Ishikawa, M. McCoy, N. Tamiya and T. Teruuchi. 1987. The status and natural history of the Rennell Island Sea Krait, Laticauda crockeri (Serpentes: Laticaudidae). Journal of Herpetology 21: 255-266.

200. Miller, J.D., P. Horne, H. Heatwole, W.R. Miller and L. Bridges 1987 A survey of the terrestrial Tardigrada of the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica. Hydrobiologica. Chapter (pp.197-208) in: Biology of the Vestfold Hills, Antarctica (eds. J. M. Ferris, H. R. Burton, G. W. Johnstone and I. A. E. Bayly), Kluwer Academic Publishers [also Hydrobiologica 165: 197-208] back to top

1988
201. Heatwole, H. 1988. Book Review of: Snakes, Ecology and Evolutionary Biology, edited by R. A. Siegel, J. T. Collins and S. S. Novak, 1987, Macmillan Publishing Company, New York. Cost A$ 137.95. The Australian Society of Herpetologists Inc. Newsletter No. 30: 23-24.

202. Heatwole, H. 1988. Book review of: The Niche in Competition and Evolution. Arthur Wallace. John Wiley & Sons, Brisbane, 1987, 175 pp. Price: $A22.50. Australian Journal of Ecology 13: 358-359.

1989
203. Heatwole, H. and R. Muir. 1989. Seasonal and daily activity of ants in the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 16: 49-67

204. Heatwole, H. and S. Harrington. 1989. Heat tolerances of some ants and beetles from the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 16: 69-77.

205. Heatwole, H. and T. A. Walker. 1989. Dispersal of alien plants to coral cays. Ecology 70: 787-790.

206. Heatwole, H. 1989. The concept of the econe, a fundamental ecological unit. Tropical Ecology 30: 13-19.

207. Heatwole, H., P. Saenger, A. Spain, E. Kerry and J. Donelan. 1989. Biotic and chemical characteristics of some soils from Wilkes Land, Antarctica. Antarctic Science 1: 225-234.

208. Ryan, P.G., B.P. Watkins, R. I. Lewis Smith, H. Dastych, A. Eicker, W. Foissner, H. Heatwole, W. R. Miller, and G. Thompson. 1989. Biological survey of Robertskollen, Western Dronning Maud Land: area description and preliminary species lists. S. Afr. T. Antarkt. 19: 10-20.

209. Heatwole, H. 1989. The Life Above. Chapter (pp. 152-181) in: Exploring Australia's Great Barrier Reef. Watermark Press, Surry Hills, 240 pp.

210. Heatwole, H. 1989. Changes in ant assemblages across an arctic treeline. Revue d'entomologie du Québec 34: 10-22

1990
211. Smith, J. M. B., H. Heatwole, M. Jones and B. M. Waterhouse. 1990. Drift disseminules on cays of the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Biogeography 17: 5-17.

212. Heatwole, H., P. Abbott and M. Jones. 1990. Egg-size and clutch-size of the Brown Booby, Sula leucogaster , at Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef. Corella 14: 51-51.

213. Heatwole, H. 1990. Sea-snakes. Australian Geographic. No. 19: 30-43.

214. Daniels, C. B. and H. Heatwole. 1990. Factors affecting the escape behaviour of a riparian lizard. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 29: 375-387.

215. Zimmerman, K. and H. Heatwole. 1990. Cutaneous photoreception: a new sensory mechanism for reptiles. Copeia 1990: 860-862.

216. Heatwole, H. 1990. "Riding On" in Antarctica. Riding On. No. 29: 17.

217. Zimmerman, K. D., G. R. Gates and H. Heatwole. 1990. Effects of venom of the Olive Sea Snake, Aipysurus laevis , on the behaviour and ventilation of three species of prey fish. Toxicon 28: 1469-1478.

218. Ménez, A., K. Zimerman, S. Zimmerman and H. Heatwole. 1990. Venom apparatus and toxicity of the centipede Ethmostigmus rubripes (Chilopoda, Scolopendridae). Journal of Morphology 206: 303-312.

219. Heatwole, H. F. 1990. Island plant and animal life: biological microcosms. Pp. 324-353 in: Readers Digest Book of the Great Barrier Reef (eds. F. Talbot and R. Steene). Reader's Digest, Sydney, 384 pp. Amended edition of 1984 version.

220. Heatwole, H. 1990. Rotifer Symposium V. Proceedings of the Fifth Rotifer Symposium, held in Gargano, Italy, September 11-18, 1988. Antarctic Sceince 2: 278-279. (Book review) back to top

1991
221. Heatwole, H. 1991. The ant assemblage of a sand-dune desert in the United Arab Emirates. Journal of Arid Environments 21: 71-79.

222. Heatwole, H. and R. Muir 1991. Foraging, abundance and biomass of ants in the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 21: 337-350.

223. Heatwole, H. 1991. Factors affecting the number of species of plants on islands of the Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Journal of Biogeography 18: 213-221.

224. Asante, S. K., W. Danthanarayana and H. Heatwole 1991. Bionomics and population growth statistics of apterous virginoparae of woolly apple aphid, Eriosoma lanigerum, at constant temperatures. Entomologica Experimentalis et Applicata 60: 261-270.

225. Heatwole, H., M. Betts, J. Webb and P. 1991. Crosthwaite Birds of the northern Prince Charles Mountains Antarctica. Corella 15: 120-122.

226. Lane, S. G. and H. Heatwole 1991. Seabird islands No. 214 Distant Cay, Great Barrier Reef, Queensland. Corella 15: 117-118

1992
227. Lowman, M. D. and H. Heatwole 1992. Spatial and temporal variability in defoliation of Australian eucalypts. Ecology 73: 129-142.

228. Zimmerman, K. D., H. Heatwole and H. I. Davies. 1992. Survival times and resistance to sea snake (Aipysurus laevis) venom by five species of prey fish. Toxicon 30: 259-264.

229. Zimmerman, K. D. and H. Heatwole. 1992. Ventilation rates in three prey fish species treated with venom of the Olive Sea Snake, Aipysurus laevis. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology 102C: 421-425.

230. Duellman, W. E. and H. Heatwole. 1992. Habitats and adaptations. Chapter (pp. 30-35) in: Reptiles & Amphibians (eds. H. G. Cogger and R. G. Zweifel). Weldon Owen Inc., McMahons Point.

231. Zimmerman, S. E., H. H. [sic.] Heatwole, P. C. Andreopoulos and L. C. J. Yong. 1992. Proliferative glomerulonephritis in mice induced by sea snake (Aipysurus laevis ) venom. Experimental Toxicology and Pathology 44: 294-300.

1993
232. Lowman, M., D. and H. Heatwole. 1993. Rural Dieback in Australia and subsequent landscape amelioration. Chapter (pp. 307-320) in: Forest Decline in the Atlantic and Pacific Region. Springer-Verlag, Berlin.

233. Heatwole, H. and C. Limpus 1993. Class Reptilia, snakes, turtles and lizards. Chapter (pp. 198-204) in: A Coral Reef Handbook (eds P. Mathur and I. Bennett), Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton.

234. Heatwole, H., D. M. Reeves, V. T. Davies and A. B. Cribb. 1993. The Biota of the Islands. Chapter (pp. 223-231) in: A Coral Reef Handbook (eds P. Mathur and I. Bennett), Surrey Beatty & Sons, Chipping Norton.

235. Heatwole, H. 1993. Distribution of epiphytes on trunks of the arborescent fern, Blechnum palmiforme, at Gough Island, South Atlantic. Selbyana 14: 12-24.

236. Heatwole, H. 1993. Foreward. p. ix in: The Venomous Sea Snakes, a Comprehensive Bibliography. W. A. Culotta and G. V. Pickwell (authors), Krieger Publishing Company, Malabar. 504 pp.

237. Heatwole, H. and W. Higgins 1993. Canopy methods: A review. Selbyana 14: 23

238. Heatwole, H. and M. L. Guinea 1993. Family Laticaudidae. Chapter 37 (pp. 319-321) in: Amphibia & Reptilia, vol. 2A in Fauna of Australia. Australian Biological Resources Studies, Canberra.

239. Heatwole, H. and H. G. Cogger 1993. Family Hydrophiidae. Chapter 36 (pp. 310-318) in: Amphibia & Reptilia, vol. 2A in Fauna of Australia. Australian Biological Resources Studies, Canberra.

240. Heatwole, H. and E. R. Pianka 1993. Natural history of the Squamata. Chapter 25 (pp. 197-209) in: Amphibia & Reptilia, vol. 2A in Fauna of Australia. Australian Biological Resources Studies, Canberra.

241. Zimmerman, K. D., Watters, D. J., Hawkins, C. J., Heatwole, H. 1993. Effects of fractions isolated from venom of the Olive Sea Snake, Aipysurus laevis, on the behavior and ventilation of a prey species of fish. Journal of Natural Toxins 2: 175-186.

1994 back to top

242. Heatwole, H. 1994. Colonization of coral islands. Chapter 5 (pp. 56-65) in: Islands (eds. R. E. Stevenson and F. H. Talbot). The Illustrated Library of the Earth. Weldon Owen, McMahons Point.

243. Heatwole, H., G. T. Barthalmus and A. Y. Heatwole (editors). 1994. Amphibian Biology, vol. 1, The Integument. Surrey Beatty and Sons Pty. Ltd., Chipping Norton, 418 pp.

244. King, P. and H. Heatwole 1994. Partitioning of aquatic oxygen uptake among different respiratory surfaces in a freely diving pleurodiran turtle, Elseya latisternum. Copeia 1994: 802-806.

245. Miller, W. R., H. Heatwole, R. W. J. Pidgeon and G. R. Gardiner. 1994. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: the Larsemann Hills, East Antarctica. Transactions of the American Microscopical Society 113: 142-160.

246. Miller, W. R., J. D. Miller and H. F. Heatwole 1994. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: assessing diversity within a sample. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 36: 137-145

247. Wassenberg, T. J., J. P. Salini, H. Heatwole and J. D. Kerr 1994. The incidental capture of seasnakes (Hydrophiidae) by prawn trawlers in the Gulf of Carpentaria, Australia. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 45: 429-443.

248. King, P. and H. Heatwole 1994. Non-pulmonary respiratory surfaces of the chelid turtle, Elseya latisternum. Herpetologica 50:262-265.

249. Zimmerman, K. D., H. Heatwole and A. Menez 1994. Sea snakes in the Coral Sea: an expedition for the collection of animals and venom. Herpetofauna 24: 25-29.

250. Heatwole, H. and H. Cogger 1994. Sea snakes of Australia. Chapter 5 (pp. 167-205) in: Sea Snake Toxinology (edited by P. Gopalakrishnakone). Singapore University Press, Singapore.

1995
251. Heatwole, H. 1995. Book Review: Cloudsley-Thompson, J. L. (1994). Predation and Defence amongst Reptiles. Taunton, Somerset: R & A Publishing (Distributed by Boulengerina). ISBN 1-87288-03-9, viii + 138 pp. Frontispiece + 318 illustr. (Pbk) £12.75. Available from 37 Rowbarton Close, Taunton TA2 6DQ, U. K. : Journal of Arid Environments 29: 519-520.

252. Heatwole, H. and N. Poran. 1995. Resistances of sympatric and allopatric eels to sea snake venoms. Copeia 1995: 136-147.

253. Miller, W. R. and Heatwole, H. 1995. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: the Mawson Coast, East Antarctica. Invertebrate Biology 114:27-38.

254. Cheng, H., Huang, S.-Q. and H. Heatwole. 1995. Ampullary organs, pit organs and neuromasts of the Chinese giant back to topsalamander, Andrias davidianus. Journal of Morphology 226:1-9.

255. Heatwole, H and Brian K. Sullivan (editors). 1995. Amphibian Biology, vol. 2, Social Behaviour. Surrey Beatty Pty. Ltd., Chipping Norton, pp. 419-710.

256. Heatwole, H., J. de Bavay, P. Webber and G. Webb. 1995. Faunal survey of New England. IV. The frogs. Memoirs of the Queensland Museum 38: 229-249.

257. Heatwole, H. 1995. Energetics of Desert Invertebrates. Springer Verlag, Heidelberg, 266 pp.

258. Heatwole, H. 1995. Book Review: Forest Canopies. Edited by Margared D. Lowman and Nalini M. Nadkarni. 1995. Academic Press. San Diego, CA, xix + 625 p. $69.95. Forest Science 41: 913-914.

259. Heatwole, H., Zhang Li Yun, Zou Yun, Hu Defu and Cheng Hong. The impact of ants of the genus Messor on vegetation in arid habitats of the southern Junggar Basin in summer. [In Chinese]. Arid Zone Research, in press.

260. Shelley, R. and H. Heawole A second Australian record of the centipede, Asanada brevicornis Meinert (Scolopendromorpha: Scolopendridae: Scolopendrinae). Entomologists' Monthly Magazine. Submitted.

261. Heatwole, H. Ant assemblages at their dry limits: the Atacama Desert of Peru and the Chott El Kjerid, Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments. 33: 449-456.

262. Roberts, J. R., M. R. Warburg and H. Heatwole. Incipient adaptation of anurans: uric acid excretion and skin lipids. Australian Journal of Zoology. Submitted.

263. Miller, W. R., Miller, J.D. and Heatwole, H. 1996. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: the Windmill Islands, East Antarctica. Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society. 116: 175-184.

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