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Selected Publications

Selected Publications

Books and Chapters

McGuire, M., Francis-Floyd, R., Flint, M. and Flint, J.B. (2017). One in a Thousand: Those Amazing Sea Turtles. Zimmerman, D and Palmer, D. (Eds). UF/IFAS Communications, Gainesville. ISBN 978-0-916287-96-2.

Bonde, R.K., and Flint, M. (2017). Human interactions- Sirenia. Chapter 17. Marine Mammal Welfare. Butterworth, A. (Ed). Springer Publishing, Cham. ISBN 978-3-319-46993-5

Owen, H., Flint, J.B., and Flint, M. (2017). Marine debris and fisheries- Sirenia. Chapter 18. Marine Mammal Welfare. Butterworth, A. (Ed). Springer Publishing, Cham. ISBN 978-3-319-46993-5

Flint, M., and Bonde, R.K. (2017). Assessing welfare in the wild and in captivity- Sirenia. Chapter 21. Marine Mammal Welfare. Butterworth, A. (Ed). Springer Publishing, Cham. ISBN 978-3-319-46993-5

Stacy, B.A., Work, T.M., and Flint, M. (2017). Necropsy. Chapter 8. Sea Turtle Health and Rehabilitation. Manire, C.A., Norton, T.M., Stacy, B.A., Innis, C.J., and Harms, C.A. (Eds). J. Ross Publishing, Plantation. ISBN 9781604270990

Harris, H.S., Flint, M., Stewart, K.M., and Harms, C.A. (2017). Field techniques. Chapter 34. Sea Turtle Health and Rehabilitation. Manire, C.A., Norton, T.M., Stacy, B.A., Innis, C.J., and Harms, C.A. (Eds). J. Ross Publishing, Plantation. ISBN 9781604270990

Flint, M. (2013). Free-ranging sea turtle health. Chapter 14. The Biology of Sea Turtles, Volume III. Musick, J., Lohmann, K., Wyneken, J. (Eds). CRC Press/Francis Taylor, Boca Raton. ISBN 978-1-43-987307-6

Referred Publications

Mathieu, A., M. Flint, P. M. Stent, H. M. Schwantje, and T. E. Wittum. (2018). Comparative health assessment of urban and non-urban free-ranging mule deer (Odocoileus hemionus) in southeastern British Columbia, Canada. PeerJ 6:e4968.

Flint, J.B., Flint, M., Limpus, C.J. and Mills, P.C. (2017). The impact of environmental factors on marine turtle stranding rates PLoS ONE 12(8): e0182548.

Gillett, A.K., Ploeg, R., Flint, M., and Mills, P.C. (2017). Postmortem assessment of Australian sea snakes (Hydrophiinae): anatomy, common conditions and pathology. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation. doi: 10.1177/1040638717710056

Flint, J.B., Flint, M., Limpus, C.J. and Mills, P.C. (2017). Status of marine turtle rehabilitation in Queensland. PeerJ 5:e3132 https://doi.org/10.7717/peerj.3132.

Flint, M., Mills, P.C., Loban, F., Simpson, T., Lui, S., Fujii, R., Whap, D., Flint, J.B., and Owen, H. (2017). Development of a humane slaughter device for green turtles for use by Traditional Owners in the Torres Strait Islands, Australia. PLoS ONE. 12(1):e0167849. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0167849

Villa CA, Flint M, Bell I, Hof C, Limpus CJ, and Gaus C. (2017). Trace element reference intervals in the blood of healthy green sea turtles to evaluate exposure of coastal populations. Environmental Pollution 220(B): 1465-1476, DOI:10.1016/j.envpol.2016.10.085.

Chapman, P.A., Traub, R.J., Kyaw-Tanner, M.T., Owen, H., Flint, M., Cribb, T.H., and Mills, P.C. (2016). Terminal restriction fragment length polymorphism for the Identification of Spirorchiid ova in tissues from the green sea turtle, Chelonia mydas. PLoS ONE 11(8): e0162114. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0162114.

Patterson, J.T., Flint, M., Than, J., and Watson, C.A. (2016). Evaluation of substrate properties for settlement of Caribbean Staghorn Coral Acropora cervicornis larvae in a land-based system. North American Journal of Aquaculture. 78(4):337-345, DOI: 10.1080/15222055.2016.1185068

Flint, M. and Than, J. (2016). Potential spawn induction and suppression agents in Caribbean Acropora cervicornis corals of the Florida Keys. PeerJ. 4: e1982. doi: 10.7717/peerj.1982

Flint, M., Eden, P.A., Limpus, C.J., Owen, H., Gaus, C., Mills, P.C. (2015). Clinical and pathological findings in green turtles (Chelonia mydas) from Gladstone, Queensland: investigations of a stranding epidemic. EcoHealth 12(2): 298-309.

Gillett, A.K., Flint, M., Mills, P.A. (2014). An antemortem guide for the assessment of stranded Australian sea snakes (Hydrophiinae). Journal of Zoo and Wildlife Medicine 45: 755-765.

Flint M., Morton J.M., Patterson-Kane J.C., Limpus C.J., and Mills P.C. (2010). Reference intervals for plasma biochemical and hematological measures in loggerhead sea turtles (Caretta caretta) from Moreton Bay, Australia. Journal of Wildlife Diseases 46: 731-741.

Flint M, Patterson-Kane JC, Limpus CJ, Mills PC (2010) Health surveillance in stranded green sea turtles in southern Queensland, Australia (2006-2009): an epidemiological analysis of the causes of disease and mortality in marine turtles. EcoHealth 7: 135-145.

Flint, M., Morton, J. M., Limpus, C. J., Patterson-Kane, J. C., Murray, P. J. and Mills, P. C. (2010). Development and application of biochemical and haematological reference intervals to identify unhealthy green sea turtles (Chelonia mydas). The Veterinary Journal, 185: 299-304.

Flint, M., Patterson-Kane, J. C., Limpus, C. J., Work, T. M., Blair, D. and Mills, P. C. (2009). Post mortem diagnostic investigation of disease in free-ranging marine turtle populations: a review of common pathological findings and protocols. Journal of Veterinary Diagnostic Investigation, 21(6): 733-759.

Flint, M. and Murray, P.J. (2001).  Lot fed goats- the advantages of environmental enrichment.  Australian Journal of Experimental Agriculture. 41:473-476

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