Bibliography on Malaysian Turtles

This bibliography on Malaysian turtles is divided into two sections:

  • Freshwater and terrestrial turtles
  • Marine turtles

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The following list is arranged in alphabetical and reverse chronological order. The PDFs of some of the publications, especially those of our own publications are provided.  Please realise that we are not a library service and will not be able to provide PDFs of all the papers listed in the bibliography.   Therefore, please get assistance from your own library or the respective authors if you have their contact information.

Freshwater and Terrestrial Turtles

  1. Balasingam, E. and Khan, M.K.B.M. 1970. Conservation of the Perak River terrapins. Malayan Nature Journal 23(1):27-29.
  2. Boulenger, G.A. 1912. A Vertebrate Fauna of the Malay Peninsula from the Isthmus of Kra to Singapore Including the Adjacent Islands. Reptilia and Batrachia. London: Taylor and Francis, 294 pp.
  3. Boulenger, G.A.  1903.  Report of the batrachians and reptiles. In Annandale, N. and Robinson, H.C. (Eds.). Fasciculii Malayenseis, Anthropological and Zoological Results of an Expedition to Perak and the Siamese Malay States, 1901-1902, Undertaken by Nelson Annandale and Herbert C. Robinson. Volume 1, Zoology. Liverpool: Universal Press, pp. 131-176.
  4. Burkill, I. 1966. A Dictionary of the Economic Products of the Malay Peninsula. Vol. 2. Kuala Lumpur:  Ministry of Agriculture Cooperative.
  5. Cantor, T. 1847. Catalogue of reptiles inhabiting the Malayan peninsula and islands. Journal Asiatic Society of Bengal 16:607-656, 897-952, 1026-1078.
  6. Chan, E.H. and R. Hudson. 2009. A new future for turtle conservation in Malaysia. Range country: Malaysia. Turtle Survival Alliance Newsletter. August 2009: 90-93.
  7. Chan, E.H.,  Gerald Kuchling, Chong-Leng Soh and Pelf-Nyok Chen.  2008.  Setiu River Terrapin Research and Conservation Program.  Paper presented at the 6th Annual Symposium on Conservation and Biology of Freshwater Turtles. Tucson, Arizona, USA.
  8. Chan, E.H., Kuchling, G., Soh, C.L. and Chen, P.N., 2008.  In-situ incubation of River terrapin Eggs (Batagur affinis) in the Dungun River, Malaysia. Paper presented at the 6th Annual Symposium on Conservation and Biology of Freshwater Turtles. Tucson, Arizona, USA.
  9. Chan, E.H. and C.L. Soh. 2004. Hatching success of river terrapin (Batagur baska) eggs: Impetus for the development of a recovery program for the Setiu River terrapin population in Malaysia. 275p. In: Proceedings of the XIXth International Congress of Zoology. August 23 – 27, 2004. Beijing, China. Pp 564. China Zoological Society.
  10. Chan, E.H., C.L. Soh and C.H. Wong. 2004. Restoration prospects for the river terrapin (Batagur baska) in the Setiu River, Terengganu. 122-126p. In: Proceedings of KUSTEM’s 3rd Annual Seminar on Sustainability Science and Management. 4 – 5 May 2004. Terengganu, Malaysia. Pp 637. Kolej Universiti Sains dan Teknologi Malaysia.
  11. Chan, E.H. and G. Kuchling. 2005. Sex ratios of river terrapins (Batagur baska) in the head-starting facilities of Malaysia. Fifth World Congress of Herpetology, Stellenbosch, South Africa. Pp 36-37.
  12. Chen, P.N. and E.H. Chan. 2005. Growth response of river terrapin (Batagur baska) hatchlings fed with commercially-available feeds and combinations with kangkung. 165-169p. In: Proceedings of KUSTEM 4th Annual Seminar. 2-5 May 2005. Primula Beach Resort, Kuala Terengganu. Malaysia. [Download]
  13. Chen, P.N. and E.H. Chan. 2007. Developing a protocol for raising river terrapins in captivity. 152p. In: Programme & Abstracts, The 12th Biological Sciences Graduate Congress. 17-19 December 2007. Pp 378. University of Malaya, Kuala Lumpur.
  14. Chen, P.N. 2008. Head-starting of river terrapins (Batagur baska): Feeding trials of hatchlings and juveniles. M. Sc. Thesis. Universiti Malaysia Terengganu. Pp 158.
  15. Compton, J.  2000.  An overview of Asian turtle trade.  Chelonian Monographs 2:24-29.
  16. Davenport, J. and Wong, T.M.  1986.  Observations on the water economy of the estuarine turtles, Batagur baska (GRAY) and Callagur borneoensis (SCHLEGEL and MULLER). Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular and Integrative Physiology 84: 703-707.
  17. Davenport, J., Wong, T.M. and East J.  1992.  Feeding and digestion in the ominivorous estuarine turtle Batagur baska (GRAY). Herpetological Journal 2(4): 133-139.
  18. Hendrie, D., 2004.  Profile of the Bukit Paloh Batagur Conservation Facility at Bota Kanan on the Perak River, Malaysia.  Asian Turtle Conservation Network (ATCN)  5pp.
  19. Hudson, R.  2009.  News from the field, Thailand, Cambodia, Malaysia, and Singapore.  Turtle Suvival Alliance Blog Archive.  http://www.turtle survival.org/news/update-news from the field.
  20. Jenkins, M.D.  1995.  Tortoises and Freshwater Turtles:  The Trade in Southeast Asia.  Cambridge: TRAFFIC International, 48 pp.
  21. Khan, M.K.B.M. 1964. A note on Batagur baska (the river terrapin or tuntong). Malayan Nature Journal 18:184-186.
  22. Khan, M.K.B.M. 1977. River terrapin. Nature Malayasiana 2(3):32-37.
  23. Kuchling, G., E.H. Chan and C.L. Soh. 2007. Temperature dependent sex determination studies in the River Terrapin, range country: Malaysia. Turtle Survival Alliance Newsletter. August 2007. [Download]
  24. Kuchling, G. and Chan, E.H.  2005.  Sex ratios of River terrapins (Batagur baska) in the head-starting facilities of Malaysia.  Fifth World Congress of Herpetology.  Stellenbosch, South Africa: Herpetological Association of Africa.
  25. Lim, B.L. and Das, I.  1999.  Turtles of Borneo and Peninsular Malaysia.  Kota Kinabalu: Natural History Publications (Borneo). 151 pp.
  26. Loch, J.H. 1951. Notes on the Perak River turtle. Malayan Nature Journal 5:157-160
  27. Moll, D. and Moll E.O. 2004.  The ecology, exploitation, and conservation of river turtles. New York: Oxford University Press, 393 pp.
  28. Moll, E.O. 1978. Drumming along the Perak. Natural History 87(5):36-43.
  29. Moll, E.O. 1980. Natural history of the river terrapin, Batagur baska (GRAY) in Malaysia (Testudines: Emydidae). Malaysian Journal of Science 6(A):23-62.
  30. Moll, E.O. 1984. River terrapin recovery plan for Malaysia. Journal of Wildlife and Parks 3:37-47.
  31. Moll, E.O. 1985. Estuarine turtles of tropical Asia: status and management. Proceedings Symposium on Endangered Marine Animals and Marine Parks. Kerala, India 1985(1):214-226.
  32. Moll, E.O.  1987.  The river terrapin conservation program in Malaysia: follow up study and evaluation. Unpublished report to Department of Wildlife and National Parks,  Kuala Lumpur.
  33. Moll, E.O. 1990. Status and management of the river terrapin (Batagur baska) in tropical Asia. Unpublished report of project WWF3901/Asia to the World Wide Fund for Nature. 37 pp.
  34. Moll, E.O.  1997.  Effects of habitat alteration on river turtles of tropical Asia with emphasis on sand mining and dams.  In: Abbema, J.V. (Ed.). Proceedings: Conservation,Restoration, and Management of Tortoises and Turtles – An International Conference.New York: New York Turtle and Tortoise Society, pp. 37-41.
  35. Moll, E.O. and Moll, D.  2000.  Conservation of river turtles. In Klemens M.W. (Ed.).Turtle Conservation. Washington D.C.: Smithsonian Institution Press, pp. 126-155.
  36. Pan, K.A.  1990.  Malayan turtles.  Journal Wildlife and Parks 9:20-31.
  37. Platt, S.G.,  Hendrie, D. Chan,  E.H., Poynter, B., Platt, K., Sovannara, H., Holloway, R., Myo, K.M., Chen, P.N., and Soh, C.L. 2006.  Batagur baska: A status review and conservation action plan.  Unpublished report to Wildlife Conservation Society and Turtle Survival Alliance, 68pp.
  38. Poynter, B.  2008.  North American Regional Giant River Terrapin Studbook, Bataguraffinis,. pp. 19.
  39. Praschag, P,  Hundsdörfer, A. K. and Fritz, U. 2007.  Phylogeny and taxonomy of endangered South and South-east Asian freshwater turtles elucidated by mtDNA sequence variation (Testudines: Geoemydidae: Batagur, Callagur, Hardella, Kachuga, Pangshura).  Zoologica Scripta 36:429-442.
  40. Praschag, P.,  Sommer, R.S.,  Mccarthy, C., Gemel, R., and Fritz, U.  2008b.  Naming one of the world’s rarest chelonians, the southern Batagur.  Zootaxa 1758:61-68.
  41. Roff, W. 1967. Stories and Sketches by Sir Frank Swettenham. Kuala Lumpur: Oxford University Press, 265 pp.
  42. Sharma, D.S.K.  1999.  Tortoise and Freshwater Turtle, Trade and Utilisation in Peninsular Malaysia. Petaling Jaya: TRAFFIC Southeast Asia, 39pp.
  43. Sharma, D.S.K. and Tsien, O.B.  2000.  Freshwater turtle and tortoise utilization and conservation status in Malaysia. Chelonian Research Monographs 2:120-128.
  44. Siow, K.T. and Moll, E.O. 1981. Status and conservation of estuarine and sea turtles in West Malaysian waters. In: Bjorndal, K. (Ed.). Biology and Conservation of Sea Turtles. Washington, DC: Smiths. Inst. Press, pp. 339-347.

Marine Turtles

  1. Anon. 1963. Conservation program of the giant leathery turtle. Malayan Nature Journal 18: 64.
  2. Anon. 1987. Report of the Workshop on Sea Turtle Conservation and Management in Malaysia, 14-17 Dec. 1987, Tanjong Jara, Terengganu. Unpublished mimeograph. Economic Planning Unit, Terengganu and the Fisheries Department of Malaysia.
  3. Balasingam, E. 1965a. The giant leathery turtle conservation program – 1964. Malayan Nature Journal 19 (2&3): 145-146.
  4. Balasingam, E. 1965b. Turtle conservation in Malaya. Paper presented at the UNESCO Regional Working Group for the Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources in Tropical South East Asia, 28 Nov. 1965.
  5. Balasingam, E. 1967a. The ecology and conservation of the leathery turtle, Dermochelys coriacea (L) in Malaya. Micronesia 3: 37-43.
  6. Balasingam, E. 1967b. Turtle conservation: results of the 1965 hatchery program. Malayan Nature Journal 20(3): 139-141.
  7. Balasingan, E. and Tho, Y.P. 1969. Marine turtles in West Malaysia. IUCN Publ. News Series, Suppl. 20: 67-69.
  8. Balasingam, E. and Tho, Y.P. 1972. Preliminary investigations on the nesting returns of the leathery turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) in Central Terengganu, Malaysia. Malayan Nature Journal 25:6-9.
  9. Balazs, G.H. 1982. Driftnets catch leatherback turtles. Oryx XVI (5): 428-430.
  10. Bali, J. 1998. The Sarawak Forest Department’s marine turtles rookery management: 1995-1998. Hornbill Journal. National Parks and Wildlife, Forest Department Sarawak.
  11. Bali J., C.K. Ubang, I.S. Butler, I. Bujang-Pit and J. Kuntel. 1998. The Sarawak Reef Ball Working Group Project No. 1. Hornbill Journal. National Parks and Wildlife, Forest Department Sarawak
  12. Bali J. and O.B. Tisen. 2000. Current status of marine turtle conservation in Sarawak, Malaysia. Paper presented in the 20th Annual Sea Turtles Symposium on Biology and Conservation on 29th February-4th March 2000, Orlando, Florida, USA.
  13. Bali J. and O.B. Tisen. Country Report (Malaysia: Sarawak) on sea turtle tagging programme. Paper presented in the 2nd Regional ASEAN-SEAFDEC Sea Turtles Conservation Programme Meeting, Kuala Terengganu, 21-23th Nov, 2000.
  14. Bali J., R. Wahed and K. Bakir. 2000. Preliminary report on the population status of sea turtles along Sarawak’s coastline. National Parks and Wildlife, Forest Department Sarawak.
  15. Bali et al. 2000. Long migration pattern of Green Turtles (Chelonia mydas) from Sarawak Turtle Islands, Malaysia. Paper presented in the 20th Annual Sea Turtles Symposium on Biology and Conservation on 29th February-4th March 2000, Orlando, Florida, USA.
  16. Bali J., M.K. Zaini, R. Wahed, K. Bakir, T. Jainuddin and G. Jebron. 2001. Sarawak sea turtle population statistic. An update 1999-2001. Hornbill Journal Volume 5. National Parks and Wildlife, Forest Department Sarawak. Pg 82-92.
  17. Bali, J., H.C. Liew, E.H. Chan and O.B. Tisen. 2002. Long distance migration of green turtles from the Sarawak Turtle Islands, Malaysia. Pp 32-33. In: Mosier, A, A. Foley and B. Brost (compilers). Proceedings of the 20th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SEFSC-477.
  18. Banks, E. 1937. The breeding of the edible turtle (Chelone mydas). Sarawak Museum Journal IV(15): 523-532.
  19. Banks, E . 1985. Reminiscence of turtles from a past curator. Sarawak Museum Journal XXXV:273-277.
  20. Banks, E. 1986. Reminiscence of turtles from a past curator. Sarawak Museum Journal 34. 273-277 pp.
  21. Bennett, J.M. 1987. Sea turtle conservation and management. Paper presented at the Workshop on Sea Turtle Conservation and Management in Malaysia, 14- 17 December 1987, Tanjong Jara, Terengganu.
  22. Bilang, R. 1998 A survey of commensals associated with nesting of green turtle (Chelonia mydas) at Pulau Talang-Talang Kecil. Hornbill Journal Volume 2. National Parks and Wildlife, Forest Department Sarawak. Page 18-21.
  23. Boulenger, G. A. 1912. A vertebrate fauna of the Malay Peninsular from the Isthmus of Kra to Singapore, including the adjacent islands. Taylor and Francis, London.
  24. Brahim, S., E.H. Chan, and A.K. Rahman. 1987. An update on the population status and conservation of the leatherback turtle of Terengganu. Pp. 69-77 in Sasekumar, A., Phang, S.M. and Chong, E.L. (eds). Towards Conserving our Marine Heritage, Proc. Tenth Annual Seminar Malaysian Society of Marine Science, 28-29 March, 1987, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  25. Cantor, T. 1847. Catalogue of reptiles inhabiting the Malay Peninsula and Islands. J. Asiatic Soc. Bengal. XVI. Reprinted 1966. A. Asher and Company, Amsterdam.
  26. Chan, E.H. 1985. Twin embryos in unhatched egg of Dermochelys coriacea. Marine Turtle Newsletter 32: 2-3.
  27. Chai S.S., H.C. Liew, E.H. Chan and J. Bali. 1999. A comparison of hatch success and sex ratios of green turtle (Chelonia mydas) eggs incubated under in-situ conditions and in hatcheries at Pulau Talang-Talang Kecil, Sarawak. Hornbill Journal. National Parks and Wildlife, Forest Department Sarawak.
  28. Chai S.S, H.C. Liew and E.H. Chan. 2000. A preliminary report of the sex ratio of green turtle (Chelonia mydas) hatchlings of the Sarawak Turtle Islands. Hornbill Journal Volume 4. National Parks and Wildlife, Forest Department Sarawak. Page 2-10.
  29. Chan, E.H., H.U. Salleh and H.C. Liew. 1985. Effects of handling on hatchability of eggs of the leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea (L.). Pertanika, 8(2), pp. 265-271. [Download]
  30. Chan, E.H. 1986. Development of the white spot on leatherback eggs. Marine Turtle Newsletter 39:8.
  31. Chan, E.H. 1986. The giant leatherback turtles of Rantau Abang, Terengganu. Pelita 1/1986: 24-29.
  32. Chan, E.H. 1987. The sea turtles of Malaysia. Nature Malaysiana 12 (1):4-9.
  33. Chan, E.H. 1987. Status of the leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea. Paper presented at the Workshop on Sea Turtle Conservation and Management in Malaysia, 14-17 December, 1987,
    Tanjong Jara, Terengganu, Malaysia.
  34. Chan, E.H. 1988. Sea turtles of Malaysia. A colouring book in Bahasa Malaysia and English. Illustrations by Poh Boon Teng, Bahasa Malaysia translation by Siti Shapor Siraj. A contribution from the Sea Turtle Research and Conservation Project, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia. Pp18.
  35. Chan, E.H. 1988. A note on the feeding of leatherback (Dermochelys coriacea) hatchlings. Pertanika, 11(1), pp. 147-149. [Download]
  36. Chan, E.H. 1988. An update on the leatherback turtles of Rantau Abang, Terengganu, Malaysia. Marine Turtle Newsletter 42:4.
  37. Chan, E.H. 1988. Status report for on-going projects on turtles. Report submitted to the Department of Fisheries, Malaysia. Universiti Pertanian Malaysia, Kuala Terengganu.
  38. Chan, E.H. 1988. A bibliography of Malaysian sea turtles. Unpublished mimeograph. Fisheries and Marine Science Science Centre, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia.
  39. Chan, E.H. 1988. Turtles on the East Coast of Peninsular Malaysia: Natural history, nesting distribution, population status, environmental concerns and their mitigation and conservation-oriented research. Paper written for ESSO Production Malay­sia Inc. Fisheries and Marine Science Centre, Universiti Pertani­an Malaysia, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia.
  40. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1988. A review on the effects of oil-based activities and oil pollution on sea turtles. Pp. 159-167 in Thirty Years of Marine Science Research and Development, Proceed­ings of the 11th Annual Seminar, Malaysian Society of Marine Sciences, 26 March 1988. A. Sasekumar, R. D’Cruz and S.L.H. Lim (eds.). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  41. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1988. Sea turtle strandings in Te­rengganu. Pp. 169-170 in Thirty Years of Marine Science Research and Development, Proceedings of the 11th Annual Seminar, Malay­sian Society of Marine Sciences, 26 March 1988. A. Sasekumar, R. D’Cruz and S.L.H. Lim (eds.). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  42. Chan, E.H., H.C. Liew and A.G. Mazlan. 1988. The incidental capture of sea turtles in fishing gear in Terengganu, Malaysia. Biol. Conserv., 43(1), pp. 1-7. [Download]
  43. Chan E.H. 1989. White spot development, incubation and hatching success of leatherback turtle (Dermochelys coriacea) eggs from Rantau Abang, Malaysia. Copeia, 1989(1), pp. 42-47. [Download]
  44. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1989. The Leatherback Turtle: A Malaysian Heritage. Tropical Press, Malaysia. 49 pp.
  45. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1989. Charting the movements of a sea giant. Research News, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia 3(4) 1,7,8.
  46. Chan, E.H. and S.E. Solomon. 1989. The structure and function of the eggshell of the leatherback turtle, (Dermochelys coriacea) from Malaysia, with notes on infective fungal forms. Animal Technology, 40 (2), pp. 91-102. [Download]
  47. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew 1989. Pergerakan penyu belimbing dalam tempoh antara persarangan di perairan Terengganu (The movements of leatherback turtles during the internesting interval in the waters of Terengganu). Kertas 14/89, Mesyuarat Majlis Penasihat Santuari Penyu, 20 Dis. 1989, Kerajaan Negeri Terengganu.
  48. Chan, E.H. 1990. Educational materials on sea turtles – produced by the Sea Turtle Research and Conservation Project, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia. Pp. 289- 290 in Research Priorities for Marine Sciences in the 90’s, Proceedings of the 12th Annual Seminar, Malaysian Society of Marine Sciences, 18 Nov. 1989. S.M. Phang, A. Sasekumar and S. Vickineswary (eds.). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  49. Chan, E.H. 1990. Penyu (Sea Turtles). Dewan Pelajar 1990 (Julai):36-37.
  50. Chan, E.H. 1990. Penyu II (Sea Turtles II). Dewan Pelajar 1990 (Ogos): 8-9.
  51. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1990 The offshore protection of Malaysian leatherback turtles. Pp. 213-218 in Research Priori­ties for Marine Sciences in the 90’s, Proceedings of the 12th Annual Seminar, Malaysian Society of Marine Sciences, 18 Nov. 1989. S.M. Phang, A. Sasekumar and S. Vickineswary (eds.). Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
  52. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1990. Masalah kepupusan penyu di Terengganu dan penyelidikan yang dijalankan oleh Universiti Pertanian Malaysia untuk menyokong usaha pemuliharaan penyu di Terengganu. (The problem of declining sea turtle populations in Terengganu and research conducted by Universiti Pertanian Malaysia to support sea turtle conservation efforts). Laporan yang dikemukakan kepada Bahagian Pendidikan Tinggi, Kementerian Pendidikan Malaysia untuk dimaklumkan kepada Jemaah Menteri. Uni­versiti Pertanian Malaysia.
  53. Chan, E.H. dan H.C. Liew. 1990. Perhubungan antara penyu dan pelantar luar pesisir di Terengganu. (The relationship between sea turtles and offshore platforms). Kertas 3/90, Mesyuarat Majlis Penasihat Santuari Penyu, 20 Mei 1990, Kerajaan Negeri Terengganu.
  54. Chan, E.H., H.C. Liew dan A.T. Law. 1991. Status pencemaran minyak di pantai persarangan penyu belimbing. (Status of oil pollution along the nesting beaches of the leatherback turtle). Kertas Bil. 14/91, Mesyuarat Majlis Penasihat Santuari Penyu, 10 Dis. 1991, Kerajaan Negeri Terengganu.
  55. Chan, E.H., S.A. Eckert, H.C. Liew and K.L. Eckert. 1991. Locating the internesting habitats of leatherback turtles (Dermochelys coriacea) in Malaysian waters using radiotelemetry. Pp. 133 -138 in Biotelemetry XI: Proc. Eleventh International Symposium on Biotelemetry., 29 Aug. – 4 Sept. 1990, Yokohama, Japan. A. Uchiyama and C.J. Amlaner, Jr. (eds.). Waseda University Press, Tokyo, Japan.
  56. Chan, E.H. 1993. The conservation-related biology and ecology of the leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea, in Rantau Abang, Terengganu, Malaysia. Ph. D. dissertation, Kagoshima University, Kagoshima, Japan.
  57. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1995. Incubation temperatures and sex-ratios in the Malaysian leatherback turtle, Dermochelys coriacea. Biol. Conserv. 2(2): 196-203. [Download]
  58. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1995. In-situ incubation of green turtle eggs in Pulau Redang, Malaysia: Hope after decades of egg exploitation. Proc. International Congress of Chelonian Conservation, 6-10 July 1995, Gonfaron, France. Pp. 68-72.
  59. Chan, E. H. and H.C. Liew. 1996. Decline of the leatherback population in Terengganu, Malaysia, 1956-1995. Chelonian Conservation and Biology. 2(2): 196-203. [Download]
  60. Chan, E. H. and H.C. Liew. 1996. A Management Plan for the Green and Hawksbill Turtle Populations of the Sabah Turtle Islands. A Report to Sabah Parks. SEATRU, Faculty of Applied Science and Technology, Universiti Pertanian Malaysia Terengganu. 102 pp.
  61. Chan, E.H., H.C. Liew and F.P. Der. 1996. Beached debris in Pulau Redang and a mainland beach in Terengganu. Proc. 13th Annual Seminar of the Malaysian Society of Marine Sciences on Impact of Development and Pollution on the Coastal Zone in Malaysia, 26 Oct. 1996, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. A. Sasekumar (ed.) p. 99-108.
  62. Chan, E. H. and H.C. Liew. 1999. Hawksbill turtles, Eretmochelys imbricata nesting on Redang Island, Terengganu, Malaysia from 1993 to 1997. Chelonian Conservation and Biology.3(2) :326-329. [Download]
  63. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1999. The research, conservation and educational activities of SEATRU, The Sea Turtle Research Unit of University College Terengganu The 2nd ASEAN Symposium and Workshop on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 15-17 July 1999, Kota Kinabalu, Sabah, Malaysia.
  64. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1999. Research, conservation and educational activities of the Sea Turtle Research Unit (SEATRU). Report of the SEAFDEC –ASEAN Regional Workshop on Sea Turtle Conservation and Management, 26-28 July 1999, Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia. SEAFDEC MFRDMD/RM/6: 235-245.
  65. Chan, E.H. and H.C. Liew. 1999. Public participation in the conservation of sea turtles in Pulau Redang, Malaysia. Proceedings of the International Workshop on the migration, foraging habitats and nesting ecology of marine turtles in Taiwan, 12-14 April 1999, Taipei, Taiwan. Pp. 44-52.
  66. Chan, E. H., J. Joseph and H.C. Liew. 1999. A study on the hawksbill turtles (Eretmochelys imbricata) of Gulisaan, Sabah Turtle Islands, Malaysia. Sabah Parks Journal. 2:11-23. [Download]
  67. Chan, E.H. 2000. And the giants ascended no more. Millennium Marker story. 10 Jan. 2000, Section 2, The STAR, p 8 & 10. [Download]
  68. Chan, E.H. and C.R. Shepherd. 2002. Marine Turtles: The Scenario in Southeast Asia. Tropical Coasts, Vol.9 (2), Pp 38-43. [Download]
  69. Chan E.H. and Liew, H.C. 2002. Saving the turtles saves ourselves. UN Chronicle, Vol. XXXIX (1), pp. 38-39. [Download (JPEG)]
  70. Chan E.H. and Liew, H.C. 2002. Raising funds and public awareness in sea turtle conservation in Malaysia. Pp. 25-26 in: Mosier, A, A. Foley and B. Brost (compilers). Proceedings of the 20th Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SEFSC-477.
  71. Chan, E.H. 2004. Turtles in Trouble. Siri Syarahan Inaugural KUSTEM: No. 7. Pp 28. [Download]
  72. Chan, E.H. 2005. Profile of the Month – February 2005. Indian Ocean-South East Asia Marine Turtle Memorandum of Understanding (IOSEA). [Download]
  73. Chan, E.H. 2006. Marine turtles in Malaysia: On the verge of extinction? Aquatic Ecosystems Health and Management. 9(2):175-184. [Download]
  74. Chan, K.W., E.H.Chan and H.C. Liew. 2006. Green turtle (Chelonia mydas) hatchling emergence from natural nests in Chagar Hutang, Redang Island, Terengganu. Pp. 5-6 in Pilcher, N.J. (Compiler). Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 17-21 March 2003, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SEFSC-536.
  75. Chan, S.L., H.C. Liew and E.H. Chan. 2006. Thermal condition in nests of varying clutch sizes of the green turtle (Chelonia mydas) in Redang Island, Terengganu P. 6 in Pilcher, N.J. (Compiler). Proceedings of the 23rd Annual Symposium on Sea Turtle Biology and Conservation, 17-21 March 2003, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. NOAA Tech. Memo. NMFS-SEFSC-536.
  76. Chai, S.S., H.C. Liew, E.H. Chan and J. Bali. 1999. A comparison of hatch success and sex ratios of green turtle (Chelonia mydas) eggs incubated under in-situ conditions and hatcheries at Pulau Talang-Talang Kecil, Sarawak. Hornbill. Vol.3: 2-21.
  77. Chin, L. 1962. Notes on orang utans, bird ringing project and turtles. Sarawak Museum Journal XVI(32-33): 249-252.
  78. Chin, L. 1969. Notes on turtles and orang utans. Sarawak Museum Journal XVII(34-35): 403-404.
  79. Chin, L. 1970. Notes on orang-utans and marine turtles. Sarawak Museum Journal XVIII(36-37): 414-415.
  80. Chin, L. 1975. Notes on marine turtles (Chelonia mydas). Sarawak Museum Journal XXII(44): 259-205.
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