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Dr Carol Scarpaci
Dr Carol Scarpaci
Senior Lecturer for College of Engineering and Science, Victoria University, Australia
Verified email at vu.edu.au
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Bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops truncatus) increase whistling in the presence ofswim-with-dolphin'tour operations
C Scarpaci, SW Bigger, PJ CORkERON, D Nugegoda
Journal of Cetacean Research and Management 2 (3), 183-185, 2000
1372000
Compliance with regulations by “swim-with-dolphins” operations in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia
C Scarpaci, N Dayanthi, PJ Corkeron
Environmental Management 31 (3), 0342-0347, 2003
1342003
Social science as a vehicle to improve dolphin-swim tour operation compliance?
NE Filby, KA Stockin, C Scarpaci
Marine Policy 51, 40-47, 2015
782015
Grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) diving tourism: tourist compliance and shark behaviour at Fish Rock, Australia
K Smith, M Scarr, C Scarpaci
Environmental Management 46 (5), 699-710, 2010
782010
No detectable improvement in compliance to regulations by “swim-with-dolphin” operators in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia
C Scarpaci, D Nugegoda, PJ Corkeron
Tourism in Marine Environments 1 (1), 41-48, 2004
572004
Long-term responses of Burrunan dolphins (Tursiops australis) to swim-with dolphin tourism in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia: A population at risk
NE Filby, KA Stockin, C Scarpaci
Global Ecology and Conservation 2, 62-71, 2014
392014
The little penguin (Eudyptula minor) as an indicator of coastal trace metal pollution
A Finger, JL Lavers, P Dann, D Nugegoda, JD Orbell, B Robertson, ...
Environmental pollution 205, 365-377, 2015
352015
Ineffectiveness of a marine sanctuary zone to protect burrunan dolphins (Tursiops australis sp. nov.) from commercial tourism in Port Phillip Bay, Australia
L Howes, C Scarpaci, ECM Parsons
Journal of Ecotourism 11 (3), 188-201, 2012
312012
Scuba diving tourism with critically endangered grey nurse sharks (Carcharias taurus) off eastern Australia: Tourist demographics, shark behaviour and diver compliance
KR Smith, C Scarpaci, MJ Scarr, NM Otway
Tourism Management 45, 211-225, 2014
302014
Recent advances in whale-watching research: 2006–2007
C Scarpaci, ECM Parsons, M Lück
Tourism in Marine Environments 5 (1), 55-66, 2008
232008
The effects of seal-swim activities on the New Zealand fur seal (Arctophoca australis forsteri) in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand, and recommendations for a sustainable tourism …
M Cowling, R Kirkwood, LJ Boren, C Scarpaci
Marine Policy 45, 39-44, 2014
192014
Behavioural Responses of the Australian Fur Seal (Arctocephalus pusillus doriferus) to Vessel Traffic and Presence of Swimmers in Port Phillip Bay, Victoria, Australia.
R Stafford-Bell, M Scarr, C Scarpaci
Aquatic Mammals 38 (3), 2012
192012
Recent advances in whale-watching research: 2009–2010
ECM Parsons, C Scarpaci
Tourism in Marine Environments 7 (1), 43-53, 2011
182011
Does grey nurse shark (Carcharias taurus) diving tourism promote biocentric values within participants?
K Smith, MJ Scarr, C Scarpaci
Journal and Proceedings of the Royal Society of New South Wales 142 (3-4), 31-44, 2009
182009
Effects of swim-with-dolphin tourism on the behaviour of a threatened species, the Burrunan dolphin Tursiops australis
NE Filby, F Christiansen, C Scarpaci, KA Stockin
Endangered Species Research 32, 479-490, 2017
162017
Metals and metalloids in Little Penguin (Eudyptula minor) prey, blood and faeces
A Finger, JL Lavers, P Dann, ND Kowalczyk, C Scarpaci, D Nugegoda, ...
Environmental pollution 223, 567-574, 2017
162017
Behaviour of aggregated grey nurse sharks Carcharias taurus off eastern Australia: similarities and differences among life-history stages and sites
KR Smith, C Scarpaci, BM Louden, NM Otway
Endangered Species Research 27 (1), 69-85, 2015
162015
Recent advances in whale-watching research: 2008–2009
C Scarpaci, M Lück, ECM Parsons
Tourism in Marine Environments 6 (1), 39-50, 2010
162010
The effects of vessel approaches on the New Zealand fur seal (Arctocephalus forsteri) in the Bay of Plenty, New Zealand
M Cowling, R Kirkwood, L Boren, D Sutherland, C Scarpaci
Marine Mammal Science 31 (2), 501-519, 2015
152015
Recent advances in whale-watching research: 2012–2013
C Scarpaci, ECM Parsons
Tourism in Marine Environments 10 (1-2), 121-140, 2014
152014
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