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Seuront L, Ng NPT & Lathlean JA (2018) The recent history of infrared thermography, a review of the thermal biology and ecology of molluscs, and some perspectives on the uses of infrared thermography in molluscan research. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 84, 203-232. PDF 


Lathlean JA, Seuront L & Ng TPT (2017) On the edge: the use of infrared thermography in monitoring responses of intertidal organisms to heat stress. Ecological Indicators, 81, 567-577. PDF


Ng TPT, Lau SLY, Seuront L, Davies MS, Stafford R, Marshall DJ & Williams GA (2017) Linking behaviour and climate change in intertidal ectotherms: insights from littorinid snails. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology., 492, 121-131. PDF


Lathlean JA, Seuront L, McQuaid CD, Ng TPT, Zardi GI & Nicastro KR (2016) Size and position (sometimes) matter: small-scale patterns of heat-stress associated with two co-occurring mussels with different thermoregulatory behaviour. Marine Biology, 163:189 DOI 10.1007/s00227-016-2966-z  PDF


Zardi GI, Nicastro KR, McQuaid CD, Ng TPT, Lathlean J & Seuront L (2016) Enemies with benefits: otherwise parasitic endoliths protect mussels against heat stress. Scientific Reports, 6:31413. PDF


Seuront L & Ng TPT (2016) Standing in the sun: infrared thermography reveals distinct thermal regulatory behaviours in two tropical high-shore littorinid snails. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 82, 213-215. PDF


Lathlean J, Seuront L, McQuaid CD, Ng TPT, Zardi GI & Nicastro KR (2016) Cheating the locals: invasive mussels steal and benefit from the cooling effect of indigenous mussels. PLoS ONE 11(3): e0152556. dos:10.1371/journal.pone.0152556. PDF


Lathlean J & Seuront L (2014) Infrared thermography in marine ecology: methods, previous applications and future challenges. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 514, 263-277. PDF


Chapperon C, Le Bris C & Seuront L (2013) Thermally-mediated body temperature, water content and aggregation behaviour in the intertidal gastropod Nerita atramentosa.Ecological Research, Doi 10.1007/s11284-013-1030-4. PDF


Chapperon C & Seuront L (2012) Keeping warm in the cold: on the thermal benefits of aggregation behaviour in an intertidal ectotherm. The Journal of Thermal Biology, 37, 640-647. PDF


Chapperon C & Seuront L (2011) Space-time variability in environmental thermal properties and snail thermoregulatory behaviour. Functional Ecology, 25, 1040-1050. PDF


Chapperon C & Seuront L (2011) Behavioral thermoregulation in a tropical gastropod: links to climate change scenarios. Global Change Biology, 17, 1740-1749. PDF


Chapperon C & Seuront L (2011) Heat stress in the intertidal: the importance of snail thermoregulatory behavior. Newsletter of the Malacological Society of Australasia, 140, 10-11.