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Global COVID-19 lockdown highlights humans as both threats and custodians of the environment
AE Bates, RB Primack, BS Biggar, TJ Bird, ME Clinton, RJ Command, ...
Biological conservation 263, 109175, 2021
1442021
A global perspective on the trophic geography of sharks
CS Bird, A Veríssimo, S Magozzi, KG Abrantes, A Aguilar, H Al-Reasi, ...
Nature ecology & evolution 2 (2), 299-305, 2018
1382018
Studying animal niches using bulk stable isotope ratios: an updated synthesis
ON Shipley, P Matich
Oecologia 193 (1), 27-51, 2020
1132020
Stable isotope analysis in deep-sea chondrichthyans: recent challenges, ecological insights, and future directions
ON Shipley, EJ Brooks, DJ Madigan, CJ Sweeting, R Dean Grubbs
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 27, 481-497, 2017
472017
Are you really what you eat? Stomach content analysis and stable isotope ratios do not uniformly estimate dietary niche characteristics in three marine predators
JC Petta, ON Shipley, SP Wintner, G Cliff, ML Dicken, NE Hussey
Oecologia 192, 1111-1126, 2020
432020
Fine-scale movement and activity patterns of Caribbean reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi) in the Bahamas
ON Shipley, JW Brownscombe, AJ Danylchuk, SJ Cooke, OR O’Shea, ...
Environmental biology of fishes 101, 1097-1104, 2018
382018
Diving into the vertical dimension of elasmobranch movement ecology
S Andrzejaczek, TCD Lucas, MC Goodman, NE Hussey, AJ Armstrong, ...
Science Advances 8 (33), eabo1754, 2022
372022
Trophic niche dynamics of three nearshore benthic predators in The Bahamas
ON Shipley, KJ Murchie, MG Frisk, OR O’Shea, MM Winchester, ...
Hydrobiologia 813, 177-188, 2018
332018
Spatial connectivity and drivers of shark habitat use within a large marine protected area in the Caribbean, The Bahamas Shark Sanctuary
AJ Gallagher, ON Shipley, MPM van Zinnicq Bergmann, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 7, 608848, 2021
312021
Anthropogenic pressures on reef-associated sharks in jurisdictions with and without directed shark fishing
GM Clementi, EA Babcock, J Valentin-Albanese, ME Bond, KI Flowers, ...
Marine Ecology Progress Series 661, 175-186, 2021
292021
Skating on thin ice: Identifying the need for species‐specific data and defined migration ecology of Rajidae spp.
MR Siskey, ON Shipley, MG Frisk
Fish and Fisheries 20 (2), 286-302, 2019
272019
Horizontal and vertical movements of Caribbean reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi): conservation implications of limited migration in a marine sanctuary
ON Shipley, LA Howey, ER Tolentino, LKB Jordan, JLW Ruppert, ...
Royal Society open science 4 (2), 160611, 2017
272017
Diverse resource-use strategies in a large-bodied marine predator guild: evidence from differential use of resource subsidies and intraspecific isotopic variation
ON Shipley, AJ Gallagher, DS Shiffman, L Kaufman, N Hammerschlag
Marine Ecology Progress Series 623, 71-83, 2019
242019
Phylotranscriptomic Insights into the Diversification of Endothermic Thunnus Tunas
AG Ciezarek, OG Osborne, ON Shipley, EJ Brooks, SR Tracey, ...
Molecular biology and evolution 36 (1), 84-96, 2019
242019
Telemetry‐validated nitrogen stable isotope clocks identify ocean‐to‐estuarine habitat shifts in mobile organisms
ON Shipley, AL Newton, MG Frisk, GA Henkes, JS LaBelle, MD Camhi, ...
Methods in Ecology and Evolution 12 (5), 897-908, 2021
232021
Are stable isotope ratios suitable for describing niche partitioning and individual specialization?
P Matich, JJ Bizzarro, ON Shipley
Ecological Applications 31 (6), e02392, 2021
212021
Elevated accumulation of the toxic metal mercury in the Critically Endangered oceanic whitetip shark Carcharhinus longimanus from the northwestern Atlantic Ocean
J Gelsleichter, G Sparkman, LA Howey, EJ Brooks, ON Shipley
Endangered Species Research 43, 267-279, 2020
212020
Low lipid and urea effects and inter-tissue comparisons of stable isotope signatures in three nearshore elasmobranchs
ON Shipley, KJ Murchie, MG Frisk, EJ Brooks, ORO Shea, M Power
Marine Ecology Progress Series 579, 233-238, 2017
212017
Tiger sharks support the characterization of the world’s largest seagrass ecosystem
AJ Gallagher, JW Brownscombe, NA Alsudairy, AB Casagrande, C Fu, ...
Nature communications 13 (1), 6328, 2022
192022
Isotopic Tracers Suggest Limited Trans-Oceanic Movements and Regional Residency in North Pacific Blue Sharks (Prionace glauca)
DJ Madigan, ON Shipley, AB Carlisle, H Dewar, OE Snodgrass, ...
Frontiers in Marine Science 8, 653606, 2021
192021
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