Sandra Hochscheid
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Reptilian diving: highly variable dive patterns in the green turtle Chelonia mydas
S Hochscheid, BJ Godley, AC Broderick, RP Wilson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 185, 101-112, 1999
1231999
First records of dive durations for a hibernating sea turtle
S Hochscheid, F Bentivegna, GC Hays
Biology letters 1 (1), 82-86, 2005
1072005
Overwintering behaviour in sea turtles: dormancy is optional
S Hochscheid, F Bentivegna, MN Bradai, GC Hays
Marine Ecology Progress Series 340, 287-298, 2007
942007
Are we working towards global research priorities for management and conservation of sea turtles?
AF Rees, J Alfaro-Shigueto, PCR Barata, KA Bjorndal, AB Bolten, ...
Endangered Species Research 31, 337-382, 2016
822016
When surfacers do not dive: multiple significance of extended surface times in marine turtles
S Hochscheid, F Bentivegna, A Hamza, GC Hays
Journal of Experimental Biology 213 (8), 1328-1337, 2010
532010
Long-Term Cold Acclimation Leads to High Q10 Effects on Oxygen Consumption of Loggerhead Sea Turtles Caretta caretta
S Hochscheid, F Bentivegna, JR Speakman
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 77 (2), 209-222, 2004
522004
The relationship between loggerhead turtle (Caretta caretta) movement patterns and Mediterranean currents
F Bentivegna, F Valentino, P Falco, E Zambianchi, S Hochscheid
Marine Biology 151 (5), 1605-1614, 2007
432007
Fine-scale distribution of juvenile Atlantic and Mediterranean loggerhead turtles (Caretta caretta) in the Mediterranean Sea
M Clusa, C Carreras, M Pascual, SJ Gaughran, S Piovano, C Giacoma, ...
Marine biology 161 (3), 509-519, 2014
392014
Loggerhead turtles nesting in Libya: an important management unit for the Mediterranean stock
A Saied, F Maffucci, S Hochscheid, S Dryag, B Swayeb, M Borra, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 450, 207-218, 2012
382012
The dual function of the lung in chelonian sea turtles: buoyancy control and oxygen storage
S Hochscheid, F Bentivegna, JR Speakman
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 297 (2), 123-140, 2003
342003
Regional blood flow in sea turtles: implications for heat exchange in an aquatic ectotherm
S Hochscheid, F Bentivegna, JR Speakman
Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 75 (1), 66-76, 2002
332002
Diving behaviour of green turtles: dive depth, dive duration and activity levels
GC Hays, S Hochscheid, AC Broderick, BJ Godley, JD Metcalfe
Marine Ecology Progress Series 208, 297-298, 2000
312000
Allometric scaling of lung volume and its consequences for marine turtle diving performance
S Hochscheid, CR McMahon, CJA Bradshaw, F Maffucci, F Bentivegna, ...
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative …, 2007
302007
Seasonal variability in voluntary dive duration of the Mediterranean loggerhead turtle, Caretta caretta
F Bentivegna, S Hochscheid, C Minucci
Scientia Marina 67 (3), 371-375, 2003
282003
A new method for the determination of at-sea activity in sea turtles
S Hochscheid, RP Wilson
Marine Ecology Progress Series 185, 293-296, 1999
281999
Black and white under the South African sun: are juvenile Cape gannets heat stressed?
S Hochscheid, D Grémillet, S Wanless, MA du Plessis
Journal of Thermal Biology 27 (4), 325-332, 2002
272002
Gulps, wheezes, and sniffs: how measurement of beak movement in sea turtles can elucidate their behaviour and ecology
S Hochscheid, F Maffucci, F Bentivegna, RP Wilson
Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 316 (1), 45-53, 2005
262005
Loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta): A target species for monitoring litter ingested by marine organisms in the Mediterranean Sea
M Matiddi, S Hochsheid, A Camedda, M Baini, C Cocumelli, F Serena, ...
Environmental pollution 230, 199-209, 2017
252017
Cold stunned loggerhead turtles in the South Adriatic Sea
F Bentivegna, P Breber, S Hochscheid
Marine Turtle Newsletter 97 (1), 2002
232002
Why we mind sea turtles' underwater business: A review on the study of diving behavior
S Hochscheid
Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology 450, 118-136, 2014
192014
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