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Education

Published Papers and Scholarly Articles

CITES Identification Manual for the White Shark.

The role of sharks in the ecosystem. 2005. M.Bennett

GREAT WHITE SHARK IDENTIFICATION GUIDE. DOC

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Biology of the White Shark Symposium. 1985. G.Sibley, J.Seigel, C.Swift

Targeting Great White Sharks is Wrong. 2006. Keith Ingram

Commercial catch composition of highly migratory elasmobranchs. 2013. M.P. Francis

South Africas White Shark cage-diving industry -is their cause for concern. 2006. Ryan Johnson and Alison Kock

White Shark abundance-not a causative factor in numbers of shark bite incidents. Alison Kock and Ryan Johnson

Two-year migration of adult female white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) reveals widely separated nursery areas and conservation concerns. 2013. M. Dormeier, N. Nasby-Lucas

Transoceanic Migration, Spatial Dynamics, and Population Linkages of White Sharks. 2005. R. Bonfil, M. Meyer, M. C. Scholl, R. Johnson, S. OBrien, H. Oosthuizen, S. Swanson, D. Kotze, M. Paterson.

Three-dimensional computer analysis of white shark jaw mechanics. 2008. S. Wroe, D. R. Huber, M. Lowry, C. McHenry, K. Moreno, P. Clausen, T. L. Ferrara, E. Cunningham, M. N. Dean & A. P. Summers

The beauty of the beast. The present and future of elasmobranchs in Europe. 2008. R. Greenberg for Oceana

Seabird predation by white shark Carcharodon carcharias and Cape fur seal Arctocephalus pusillus at Dyer Island. 2006. R.L. Johnson, A. Venter, M.N. Bester & W.H. Oosthuizen

Large-scale tropical movements and diving behavior of white sharks Carcharodon carcharias tagged off New Zealand. 2013. R. Bonfil, M. P. Francis, C. Duffy, M. J. Manning, S. O’Brien

Encounters between white sharks and Cape fur seals in a shallow channel. 2008. R. Johnson, T. Keswick, M.N. Bester and W.H. Oosthuizen

Developing procedures and equipment for large shark telemetry studies. M.A. Meyer, M. Smale, M. Paterson, R. Johnson, P. Koen, S. Kirkman, W.H. Oosthuizen,

Continuous Autonomous Tracking and Imaging of White Sharks and Basking Sharks Using a REMUS 100 AUV. G. Packard, A. Kukulya, T. Austin, M. Dennett, R. Littlefield, G. Packard, M. Purcell, R. Stokey

Tracking and Following a Tagged Leopard Shark with an Autonomous Underwater Vehicle. 2013. C. Clark, C. Forney, E. Manii, Dylan Shinzaki, C. Gage, M. Farris, C. Lowe, M. Moline

Why Sharks May Have Nothing to Fear More Than Fear Itself-An Analysis of the Effect of Human Attitudes on the Conservation of the Great White Shark. 2002. R. Philpott

Loss of Large Predatory Sharks from the Mediterranean Sea. 2007. F. FERRETTI, R.A. MYERS, F. SERENA, H. K. LOTZE

Patterns and ecosystem consequences of shark declines in the ocean. 2010. F. Ferretti, B. Worm, G. L. Britten, M. R. Heithaus, H. K. Lotze

Recovery potential and conservation options for elasmobranchs. 2012. C. A. Ward-Paige, D. M. Keith, B. Worm, H. K. Lotze

Physiological stress responses to natural variation in predation risk-evidence from white sharks and seals. 2017. N.HAMMERSCHLAG, M.MEYER, S.MDUDUZI SEAKAMELA, S.KIRKMAN, C.FALLOWS, S.CREEL

Transcoelomic expulsion of an ingested foreign object by a carcharhinid shark. 2017. S. T. Kessel, J. Fraser, W. G. Van Bonn, J. L. Brooks, T. L. Guttridge, N. E. Hussey and S. H. Gruber

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