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Micro-organisms
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.

Protozoans
277. Heatwole, H., D. Alter, J. Charley, N. C. N. Stephenson, J. Bedford, P. O’Donoghue, W. R. Miller and F. Reay. 1999. From bedrock to biota: weathering, physico-chemical properties, protozoans and micrometazoans of some soils of East Antarctica. ANARE Reports, No. 140: 1-91.

Invertebrates
277. Heatwole, H., D. Alter, J. Charley, N. C. N. Stephenson, J. Bedford, P. O’Donoghue, W. R. Miller and F. Reay. 1999. From bedrock to biota: weathering, physico-chemical properties, protozoans and micrometazoans of some soils of East Antarctica. ANARE Reports, No. 140: 1-91.

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

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

261. Miller, W. R. and H. Heatwole 1996. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: the northern Prince Charles Mountains, East Antarctica. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 116: 245-260.

277. Heatwole, H., D. Alter, J. Charley, N. C. N. Stephenson, J. Bedford, P. O’Donoghue, W. R. Miller and F. Reay. 1999. From bedrock to biota: weathering, physico-chemical properties, protozoans and micrometazoans of some soils of East Antarctica. ANARE Reports, No. 140: 1-91.

280. Miller, W. R., S. K. Claxon and H. F. Heatwole 1999. Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic Territories: Males in the genus Echinsicus (Tardigrada: Heterotardigrada). Zoologischer Anzeiger 238: 303-309.

287, Miller, W. R., D. S. Horning and H. F. Heatwole Tardigrades of the Australian Antarctic: Macquarie Island, sub-Antarctica. Zoologischer Anzeiger 240: 475-491.

Fish
88. Heatwole, H., E. Heatwole and C. R. Johnson. 1974. Shark predation on sea snakes. Copeia 1974: 780-781.

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.

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.

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.

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

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Fungi/Lichens
44. Heatwole, H. 1966. Moisture exchange between the atmosphere and some lichens of the genus Cladonia. Mycologia 58: 148-156.

57. Heatwole, H. and A. Heatwole. 1968. Movements, host-fungus preferences and longevity of Bolitotherus cornutus (Coleoptera: Tenebrionidae). Annals of the Entomological Society of America 61: 18-23.

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

Birds
38. Heatwole, H. 1965. Some aspects of the association of cattle egrets with cattle. Animal Behaviour 13: 79-83.

64. Heatwole, H. 1968. Two records of Australian land-birds at sea. The Emu 68: 132.

156. Heatwole, H. and R. Muir. 1982. Population densities, biomass and trophic relations of birds in the pre-Saharan steppe of Tunisia. Journal of Arid Environments 5: 145-167.

170. Heatwole, H. 1985. Brown noddy attacks mouse. Wilson Bulletin 97: 571-572.

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

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.

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

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

301. Jones, M., H. Heatwole and P. O'Neill. 2005. Diel changes in numbers of seabirds occupying cays on the Swain Reefs, Great Barrier Reef, Australia. Atoll Research Bulletin No. 540: 217-235.

Mammals
33. Heatwole, H., J. F. Arroyo-Salaman and G. Hernandez. 1964. Albinism in the bat, Molossus fortis. Journal of Mammalogy 45: 476.

139. Heatwole, H. and E. P. Finnie. 1980. Seal predation on a sea snake. Herpetofauna 11: 24.

170. Heatwole, H. 1985. Brown noddy attacks mouse. Wilson Bulletin 97: 571-572.

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.

Vascular Plants/Canopy/Vegetation
163. Heatwole, H. 1984. Terrestrial vegetation of the coral cays, Capricornia Section, Great Barrier Reef Marine Park. Pp. 87-139 in: The Capricornia Section of the Great Barrier Reef, Past, Present and Future (eds. W. T. Ward and P. Saenger). Royal Society of Queensland and Australian Coral Reef Society Symposium, Brisbane, 181 pp.

171. Heatwole, H. 1985. Survey of the mangroves of Puerto Rico---a benchmark study. Caribbean Journal of Science 21: 85-99.

172. Barson, M. and H. Heatwole. 1985. Seashore vegetation. Chapter 6 (pp. 195-216) in: Seashore Ecology (T. Carefoot and R. D. Simpson), Queensland University Press, St. Lucia, 278 pp.

173. Smith, J. M. B. and H. Heatwole. 1985. Notes on the changing flora of Heron Island and some other coral cays of the Capricornia Group, Great Barrier Reef. Queensland Naturalist 25: 126-133.

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

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.

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.

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.

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.

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

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.

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.

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

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

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.

 
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