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Table 1 Animal-related occupational health issues in marine and freshwater research

From: Occupational health issues in marine and freshwater research

Animal-type Title of Article Yeara Authors
Porifera Clinical effects of stings by sponges of the genus Tedania and a review of sponge stings worldwide 2005 Isbister & Hooper [10]
Cnidaria Prospective study of jellyfish stings from tropical Australia, including the major box jellyfish Chironex fleckeri 2001 O'Reilly et al. [13]
  Growth and age determination of the tropical Australian cubozoan Chiropsalmus sp. 2004 Gordon et al. [14]
  Prospective study of Chironex fleckeri and other box jellyfish stings in the "Top End" of Australia's Northern Territory 2005 Currie & Jacups [15]
  Australian venomous jellyfish, envenomation syndromes, toxins and therapy 2006 Tibballs [16]
  Inferring distributions of chirodropid box-jellyfishes (Cnidaria: Cubozoa) in geographic and ecological space using ecological niche modeling 2009 Bentlage et al. [17]
  Quantifying movement of the tropical Australian cubozoan Chironex fleckeri using acoustic telemetry 2009 Gordon & Seymour [18]
Molluscs Blue-ringed octopus (Hapalochlaena sp.) envenomation of a 4-year-old boy: a case report 2008 Cavazzoni [19]
Fish Catfish stings in Mississippi 1995 Das et al. [20]
  Stonefish envenomations of the hand - a local marine hazard: a series of 8 cases and review of the literature 2004 Lee et al. [21]
  Moray eel attack in the tropics: a case report and review of the literature 2004 Riordan et al. [22]
  Venomous fish injuries along the Israeli Mediterranean coast: scope and characterization 2008 Gweta et al. [23]
Sharks Stingray injuries of the foot. Two case reports 1990 Burk & Richter [24]
  Infections after shark attacks in Australia 1997 Royle et al. [25]
  Threatened fishes of the world: Glyphis gangeticus (Müeller & Henle, 1839) (Carcharhinidae) 1997 Compagno [26]
  Pathologic features of fatal shark attacks 2000 Byard et al. [27]
  The cutaneous cellular infiltrate to stingray envenomization contains increased TIA + cells 2000 Germain et al. [28]
  The anatomy of a shark attack: a case report and review of the literature 2001 Caldicott et al. [29]
  Shark attack: Review of 86 consecutive cases 2001 Woolgar et al. [30]
  The hunting strategy of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) near a seal colony 2001 Klimley et al. [31]
  Pattern of stingray injuries reported to Texas poison centers from 1998 to 2004 2005 Forrester [32]
  White shark attacks upon humans in California and Oregon, 1993-2003 2006 McCosker & Lea [11]
  A review of shark agonistic displays: comparison of display features and implications for shark-human interactions 2007 Martin [33]
  Movement and distribution of young bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas in a variable estuarine environment 2008 Heupel & Simpfendorfer [34]
  Stingray poisoning, a careless aspect in México 2008 Rodríguez et al. [35]
  The evaluation, management, and prevention of stingray injuries in travelers 2008 Diaz [36]
  Shark attacks in Dakar and the Cap Vert Peninsula, Senegal: low incidence despite high occurrence of potentially dangerous species 2008 Trape [37]
  Shark attack outbreak off Recife, Pernambuco, Brazil: 1992-2006 2008 Hazin et al. [38]
  Finding of Inquest 2008 SACC [2]
  Sharks and Rays of Australia 2009 Last & Stevens [39]
  Movement patterns and water quality preferences of juvenile bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) in a Florida estuary 2009 Ortega et al. [40]
  Catching and tracking the world's largest Zambezi (bull) shark Carcharhinas leucas in the Breede Estuary, South Africa: the first 43 hours 2009 McCord & Lamberth [41]
  International Shark Attack File 2011 ISAF [42]
  SAS Peoples Shark Attack Related Incident File 2012 Shark Attack File.Info [43]
Reptiles A Social History of the American Alligator 1991 Glasgow [44]
  Indication of crocodile recovery and management implications in crocodile conservation in Sabah 2004 Andau et al. [45]
  Crocodile attack in Australia: an analysis of its incidence and review of the pathology and management of crocodilian attacks in general 2005 Caldicott et al. [46]
  Alligator attacks on humans in the United States 2005 Langley [47]
  Two Sri Lankan cases of identified sea snake bites, without envenoming 2005 Senanayakea et al. [48]
  Alligator attacks in Southwest Florida 2006 Harding & Wolf [49]
  Review of the reintroduction programme of the Mugger crocodile Crocodylus palustris in Neyyar Reservoir, India 2006 Jayson et al. [50]
  Diet of the Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) in the Okavango Delta, Botswana 2008 Wallace & Leslie [51]
  Home range and movements of radio-tracked estuarine crocodiles (Crocodylus porosus) within a non-tidal waterhole 2008 Brien et al. [52]
  Size estimation, morphometrics, sex ratio, sexual size dimorphism, and biomass of Morelet's crocodile in northern Belize 2009 Platt et al. [53]
  Patterns of presentation of suspected snakebite in children in Western Australia from 1994 to 2004 2009 Rogers et al. [54]
Various animals Safety of travel in South Africa: the Kruger National Park 2001 Durrheim et al. [9]
  An analysis of Marine Animal Injuries Presenting to Emergency Departments in Victoria, Australia 2002 Taylor et al. [12]
  Clinical toxinology - Where are we now? 2003 White et al. [55]
  Poisoning, envenomation, and trauma from marine creatures 2004 Perkins & Morgan [56]
  Rural/Farm Injury in Queensland. Queensland Injury Surveillance Unit 2006 QISU [57]
  Animal and human bite injuries in Victoria, 1998-2004 2007 MacBean et al. [58]
  Review article: Animal bites: an update for management with a focus on infections 2008 Dendle & Looke [59]
  Encounters with venomous sea-life 2011 Fernandez et al. [60]
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