ATMEC currently hosts and collaborates in multiple long-term citizen science efforts in the Gulf of Thailand. These include a comprehensive sea turtle identification program, monitoring of stinging jellyfish and their impacts, and the all important diversity monitoring of remarkable sea slugs. To find out more check out our Citizen Science page.
A list of journal publications and technical reports by ATMEC staff from the past couple of years is available below. For a complete list of previous work or to access complete papers, feel free to contact us directly.
•Allchurch, A., Mehrotra, R., Carmody, H., Monchanin, C. and Scott, C.M., 2021.
•Mehrotra, R., Allchurch, A., Monchanin, C. and Scott, C.M., 2021.Assessment of spatiotemporal variability of giant clam populations (Cardiidae: Tridacna) from 11 years of monitoring at Koh Tao, Thailand. Journal of Molluscan Studies, 87(4)
•White, W.T., Arunrugstichai, S. and Naylor, G.J.P., 2021.Revision of the genus Mustelus (Carcharhiniformes: Triakidae) in the northern Indian Ocean, with description of a new species and a discussion on the validity of M. walkeri and M. ravidus. Marine Biodiversity, 51 (42).
• Mehrotra, R., Arnold, S., Wang, A., Chavanich, S., Hoeksema, B.W. and Caballer Gutierrez, M., 2020.A new species of coral-feeding nudibranch (Mollusca: Gastropoda) from the Gulf ofThailand. Marine Biodiversity, 50(3).
• Mehrotra R., Monchanin C., Seida M., Funesto E.G., Carmody H. and Pakeenuya S. 2020.Escalante Biodiversity and Ecosystem Report - " Sustainable Priorities and Sustenance". Conservation Diver. 48pp.