SHARK RESEARCH

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SHARKS IN GENERAL

Cyanobacterial Neurotoxin â-N-Methylamino-L-alanine (BMAA) in Shark Fins
Kiyo Mondo, Neil Hammerschlag, Margaret Basile, John Pablo, Sandra A. Banack and Deborah C. Mash
Mar. Drugs 2012, 10, 509-520

Two New Records Of Lamniform Shark From Waters Adjacent To Taiwan
Po-Feng Lee and Kwang-Tsao Shao
J. Fish. Soc. Taiwan, 36(4): 303-311 2009

SHARK DECLINES IN THE MEDITERANEAN SEA:
Study suggets the Mediterranean Sea may be losing large predatory sharks.

Ferretti, F., Myers, R.A., Serena, F., and Lotze, H.K.
Pew - Lenfest Ocean Program 2008.

STRENGTHENING EUROPEAN FISHERIES MANAGEMENT: OPTIONS FOR ENFORCING THE SHARK FINNING BAN
N.R.Hareide, J.Carlson, M.Clarke, S.Clarke, J.Ellis, S.Fordham, S.Fowler, M.Pinho, C.Raymakers, F.Serena, B.Seret, and S. Polti.
Pew - Lenfest Ocean Program 2007.

Cascading Effects of the Loss of Apex Predatory Sharks from a Coastal Ocean
Ransom A. Myers, Julia K. Baum, Travis D. Shepherd, Sean P. Powers, Charles H. Peterson
Science 315, 1846 (2007)

A review of shark agonistic displays: comparison of display features and implications for shark–human interactions
R. AIDAN MARTIN
Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology March 2007; 40(1): 3–34

Global estimates of shark catches using trade records from commercial markets
Shelley C. Clarke, Murdoch K. McAllister, E. J. Milner-Gulland, G. P. Kirkwood, Catherine G. J. Michielsens, David J. Agnew, Ellen K. Pikitch, Hideki Nakano and Mahmood S. Shivji.
Ecology Letters, (2006) 9: 1115–1126

The distribution and relative abundance of elasmobranch species along North-Western African shelf and slope (from Gibraltar to 16°N) as compared to retrospective data (70s-80s) and environment.
Gulyugin S.Yu., F.F. Litvinov and A.M. Sirota
CM 2006/D:03

Taking a Bite Out of Fiction-Media Effects and Social Fears. A Case Study on 'Jaws'
Alexia Curmi
Faculty of Education, Psychology Department, University of Malta 2005

Interaction strength combinations and the overfishing of a marine food web
Jordi Bascompte, Carlos J. Melia, and Enric Sala
PNAS April 12, 2005 vol. 102, no.15, p.5443-5447

Killer Whale (Orcinus orca) Predation on Sharks in Patagonia, Argentina: A First Report
Laura M. Reyes and Pablo García-Borboroglu
Aquatic Mammals 2004, 30(3), 376-379

Shifting baselines and the decline of pelagic sharks in the Gulf of Mexico
Julia K. Baum and Ransom A. Myers
Ecology Letters, Blackwell Publishing Ltd/CNRS (2004)

REVISION OF THE RECORDS OF SHARK AND RAY SPECIES FROM THE MALTESE ISLANDS (CHORDATA: CHONDRICHTHYES)
Titian Schembri, Ian K. Fergusson and Patrick J. Schembri
The Central Mediterranean Naturalist 4(1): 71 - 104 Malta: December 2003

OC:L2 Shark Hazard Report
Dept. of Local Govt.
Perth, Western Australia. 2003

Teeth of embryos in lamniform sharks (Chondrichthyes: Elasmobranchii)
Kenshu Shimadaa,
Env. Bio. of Fishes 63: 309–319, 2002. Kluwer Academic Publishers.


Taxonomic Affinities within Australian and New Zealand Mustelus Sharks (Chondrichthyes: Triakidae) Inferred from Allozymes, Mitochondrial DNA and Precaudal Vertebrae Counts

M. G. GARDNER AND R. D. WARD
Copeia, 2002(2), pp. 356–363

The Role of Sharks and Longline Fisheries in a Pelagic Ecosystem of the Central Pacific
James F. Kitchell, Timothy E. Essington, Christofer H. Boggs, Daniel E. Schindler and Carl J. Walters
Ecosystems (2002) 5: 202–216

Sharks In Danger
Rachel Cunningham-Day
Biologist 2002

Electrical characterization of gel collected from shark electrosensors
Brandon R. Brown, John C. Hutchison, Mary E. Hughes, Douglas R. Kellogg and Royce W. Murray
PHYSICAL REVIEW E, VOLUME 65, 061903

On the Origins of the Spanish Word "Tiburón" and the English Word "Shark"
José L. Castro
Envir. Biology of Fishes 65. 2002

Satellite Tagging - Expanded niche for white sharks
A. M. Boustany, S. F. Davis, P. Pyle, S.D. Anderson, B. J. Le Boeuf, B.A. Block
Nature vol 415. 3/Jan/2002

Nematodes of Elasmobranch Fishes from the Southern Coast of Brazil
Marcelo Knoff, Sérgio Carmona de São Clemente, Roberto Magalhães Pinto, Delir Corrêa Gomes.
Mem Inst Oswaldo Cruz, Rio de Janeiro, Vol. 96(1): 81-87, January, 2001

Social Play Behaviour: - Cooperation, Fairness, Trust, and the Evolution of Morality
Marc Bekoff
Journal of Consciousness Studies, 8, No. 2, 2001, pp. 81–90

The anatomy of a shark attack: a case report and review of the literature
David G.E. Caldicott, Ravi Mahajani, Marie Kuhn
Injury, Int. J. Care Injured 32 (2001) 445–453

Shark Fishing in Fin Soup
A.R.Hoelzel
Conservation Genetics Vol.2 2001

Enzyme Activities Support the Use of Liver Lipid-Derived Ketone Bodies as Aerobic Fuels in Muscle Tissues of Active Sharks.
Rebecca R.Watson and Kathryn A.Dickson
Physiological & Biochemical Zoology 74 (2) 2001

Two new species of Litobothrium Dailey, 1969 (Cestoda: Litobothriidea) from thresher sharks in the Gulf of California, Mexico, with redescriptions of two species in the genus
P. D. Olson & J. N. Caira
Systematic Parasitology 48: 159–177, 2001 Kluwer Academic Publishers.

Detection and Processing of Electromagnetic and Near-Field Acoustic Signals in Elasmobranch Fishes.
Ad.J.Kalmijn
Royal Society 2000

Re-identification of a lamnid shark embryo
Henry F. Mollet, Antonio D. Testi, Leonard J. V. Compagno & Malcolm P. Francis
Fishery Bulletin 100(4) 2000

Shark-inflicted mortality on a population of harbour seals (Phoca vitulina) at Sable Island, Nova Scotia
Z. Lucas and W. T. Stobo
J. Zool., Lond. (2000) 252, 405-414

Behavioural observations on the scavenging fauna of the Patagonian Slope
M.A. Collins, C. Yau, C.P. Nolan, P.M. Bagley, I.G.Priede
Jour. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. (1999), 79, 963,-97

Natriuretic peptides and the control of catecholamine release in two freshwater teleost and a marine elasmobranch fish
J. E. McKendry, N. J. Bernier, Y. Takei, D. W.Duff, K. R. Olson and S. F. Perry
Fish Physiology and Biochemistry 20: 61–77, 1999. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

An Index of Abundance for Coastal Species of Juvenile Sharks from the Northeast Gulf of Mexico
John K.Carlson and John H.Brusher
Marine Fisheries Review Vol.61(3) 1999

The Delicate Constitution of Sharks
Jane Ellen Stevens
American Inst. Biological Sciences Vol.44 n.10 Nov. 1994

Save the sharks.
Leigh Dayton
New Scientist June 15, 1991 v130 n1773 p34(5)

The Spiracular Organ of Sharks and Skates: Anatomical Evidence Indicating a Mechanoreceptive Role.
Michael A.Barry and Robert L.Boord
Science, New Series, Vol.226 Issue 4677 Nov. 1984

Life History and Ecology of Sharks at Aldabra Atoll, Indian Ocean
J. D. Stevens
Royal Society of London. Ser.B, Biological Sciences Vol. 222 Issue 1226 Jul. 1984

Shark Pit Organs: Enhancement of Mechanosensitivity by Potassium Ions
Yasuji Katsuki, Toru Hashimoto
Science, New Series, Vol. 166, Issue. 3910, 1287-1289. Dec 1969

Rectal Glands of Marine and Fresh-water Sharks: Comparative Histology
Mikio Oguri
Science, New Series, Vol. 144, Issue 3622, 1151-1152. May 1964

Shark Attacks 1961
Perry W.Gilbert, Leonard P.Schultz, Stewart Springer
Science, New Series, Vol.134 Issue 3472 Jul. 1961

Shark Attacks During 1959
Perry W.Gilbert, Leonard P.Schultz, Stewart Springer
Science, New Series, Vol.132 Issue 3423 Aug. 1960

Electrophysiology of the Elasmobranch Stomach
C. Adrian M. Hogben
Science, New Series, Volume 129, Issue 3357 (May 1, 1959), 1224-1225.

Method of Anesthetizing Large Sharks and Rays Safely and Rapidly
Perry W. Gilbert; F. G. Wood Jr.
Science, New Series, Volume 126, Issue 3266 (Aug. 2, 1957),212-213.

The Sharks of Ahwaz
Lt. Col. R.S.Hunt
Journal of the Royal Army Medical Corps. No.1 Vol. XCVII Aug. 1951

A Boy Attacked by a Shark, July 25, 1936 in Buzzard's Bay Massachusetts with Notes on Attacks by Another Shark Along the New Jersey Coast in 1916
E.W.Gudger
American Midland Naturalist, Vol 44, Issue 3. Nov 1950

Shark Attacks along the South Carolina Coast
E. Milby Burton
Scientific Monthly, Vol.40 Issue 3. Mar. 1935

The Colour Changes of Elasmobranch Fishes
G.H.Parker
Nat. Academy of Sciences Usa. Vol.19, Issue 12. Dec.1933

A Shark Encircled with a Rubber Automobile Tire
E. W. Gudger; W. H. Hoffmann
Scientific Monthly, Volume 33, Issue 3 (Sep., 1931),275-277.

The Evolutionary Significance of the Osmotic Pressure of the Blood
George C. Scott
American Naturalist, Vol 50, Issue 599 Nov. 1916

Shark Intoxication
A. H. Clark
Science, New Series, Volume 41, Issue 1065 (May 28, 1915), 795-797.

Do Sharks Swallow Their Young for Protection?
B. G. Wilder
Science, Volume 1, Issue 19 (Nov. 6, 1880),236.

On the Mode of Breeding of the Oviviviparolls Shark, and on the Aeration of the Faetal Blood in Different Classes of Animals
Everard Home
Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, Volume 100 (1810), 205-222.

 

GREAT WHITE SHARKS

Long-term individual identification and site fidelity of white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, off California using dorsal fins
Scot D. Anderson, Taylor K. Chapple, Salvador J. Jorgensen, A. Peter Klimley, Barbara A. Block
Mar Biol (2011) 158:1233–1237

Environmental variables affecting the sexual segregation of great white sharks Carcharodon carcharias at the Neptune Islands South Australia
R. L. ROBBINS
Journal of Fish Biology (2007) 70, 1350–1364

TRACING THE ANCESTRY OF THE GREAT WHITE SHARK, CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS, USING MORPHOMETRIC ANALYSES OF FOSSIL TEETH
KEVIN G. NYBERG, CHARLES N. CIAMPAGLIO and GREGORY A. WRAY
Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology 26(4):806–814, December 2006

Transoceanic Migration, Spatial Dynamics, and Population Linkages of White Sharks
Ramon Bonfil, Michael Mey, Michael C. Scholl, Ryan Johnson, Shannon O’Brien, Herman Oosthuizen, Stephan Swanson, Deon Kotze and Michael Paterson.
SCIENCE VOL 310 7 100 - 103 OCTOBER 2005

Predatory behaviour of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at Seal Island, South Africa.
R. A. Martin, Neil Hammerschlag, Ralph S. Collier, Chris Fallows
J. Mar. Biol. Ass. U.K. (2005),85, 1121-1135

Observations of an approach behaviour to a possible prey, performed by some Great White Sharks, Carcharodon carcharias (Linnaeus, 1758), at the Neptune Islands, South Australia
V. Gabriotti, A. De Maddalena
Biol. Mus. Civ. St. nat. Venezia, 55 (2004) 2004

On a Great White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias (Linnaeus, 1758), trapped in a Tuna cage off Libya, Mediterranean Sea
T. Galaz & A. De Maddalena
Annales - Ser. hist. nat. - 14 - 2004 - 2

The occurrence of white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, around the Balearic Islands (western Mediterranean Sea)
Gabriel Morey, Marti Martinez, Enric Massuti & Joan Moranta
Environmental Biology of Fishes 68: 425–432, 2003.

Cage Diving & Great White Shark Conditioning
Dion, S.
Department of Zoology, University of Stellenbosch (2002).

White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) Recovery Plan
Environment Australia
Commonwealth of Australia 2002

Inclusion of Carcharodon carcharias (Great White Shark) in Appendix III in accordance with Article II.3.and in accordance with the provisions of Article V.
Environment Australia
CITES 2001

AN ANALYSIS OF THE PHOTOGRAPHIC EVIDENCES OF THE LARGEST GREAT WHITE SHARKS, CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS (LINNAEUS, 1758), CAPTURED IN THE MEDITERRANEAN SEA WITH CONSIDERATIONS ABOUT THE MAXIMUM SIZE OF THE SPECIES
Alessandro DE MADDALENA, MarcoZUFFA, Lovrenc LIPEj & Antonio CELONA
ANNALES . Ser. hist. nat. . 11 . 2001 . 2 (25)

Predation by White Sharks Carcharodon carcharias (Chondrichthyes: Lamnidae) upon chelonians, with New Records from the Mediterranean Sea and a First Record of the Ocean Sunfish Mola mola (Osteichthyes: Molidae) as Stomach Contents
Ian K.Fergusson, Leonard J.V.Compagno and Mark A.Marks
Envir. Biology of Fishes 58. 2000

Historical and contemporary presence of the Great White Shark, Carcharodon carcharias (Linnaeus, 1758) in the Northern and Central Adriatic Sea
Alessandro De Maddalena
Annales - ser. hist. nat. - 10 - 2000 - 1 (19)

Space utilization and swimming depth of white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, at the South Farallon Islands, central California
Kenneth J. Goldman & Scot D. Anderson
Environmental Biology of Fishes 56: 351–364, 1999.

Threatened Fishes of the World: Carcharodon carcharias (Lamnidae)
Leonard J.V.Compagno, Mark A.Marks and Ian K.Fergusson
Envir. Biology of Fishes 50. 1997

Feeding Ethology of the White Shark Carcharodon carcharias
Timothy C. Tricas
Memoirs. S.Cal. Acad.Science Vol.9 1985

Biology of the White Shark Carcharodon carcharias. - A Symposium
Jeffrey A. Seigel and Camm C. Swift
Memoirs. S.Cal. Acad.Science Vol.9 1985

HAMMERHEAD SHARKS

INTERACTION BETWEEN KILLER WHALES (ORCINUS ORCA) AND HAMMERHEAD SHARKS(SPHYRNA SP.) IN GALÁPAGOS WATERS
LUCA SONNINO SORISIO, ALESSANDRO DE MADDALENA AND INGRID N. VISSER
LAJAM 5(1): 69-71, June 2006 ISSN 1676-7497

OCCURRENCE OF HAMMERHEAD SHARKS (CHONDRICHTHYES: SPHYRNIDAE) IN WATERS OFF SICILY (CENTRAL MEDITERRANEAN): HISTORICAL AND RECENT DATA
Antonio CELONA, Alessandro DE MADDALENA
2005-01-03

Maneuvering in Juvenile Carcharhinid and Spyrnid Sharks: The Role of the Hammerhead Shark Cephalofoil
Stephen M.Kajiura, Jessica B.Forni and Adam P.Summers.
Zoology 106 2003

Exposure to Solar Radiation May Increase Ocular UV-Filtering in Juvenile Scalloped Hammerhead Sharks, Sphyrna lewini
Stephen M.Kajiura, P.A.Nelson and G.S.Losey
Marine Biology Vol.143 2003

Notes on the Long Term Transport of the Scalloped Hammerhead Shark (Sphyrna lewini)
Forrest A.Young, Stephen M.Kajiura, Gerard J.Visser, João P.S.Correia and Mark F.L.Smith.
Zoo Biology Vol.21 2002

Head Morphology and Electrosensory Pore Distribution of Carcharhinid and Sphyrnid Sharks.
Stephen M.Kaijura
Envir. Biology of Fishes 61. 2001

Aspects of reproductive biology of the scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, off northeastern Brazil
Fabio Hazin, Alessandra Fischer & Matt Broadhursta
Environmental Biology of Fishes 61: 151–159, 2001.

WHALE SHARKS

Brain Size and Brain Organization of the Whale Shark, Rhincodon typus, using Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Kara E. Yopak Lawrence R. Frank
Brain Behav Evol 2009; 74:121-142

Distribution, seasonality, lengths, and feeding behaviour of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) observed in New Zealand waters
C. A. J. DUFFY
New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 2002, Vol. 36: 565–570

Movements of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) in South-east Asian waters as determined by satellite telemetry
Scott A. Eckert, Louella L. Dolar, Gerald L. Kooyman, William Perrin and Ridzwan Abdul Rahman
J. Zool., Lond. (2002) 257, 111±115

Telemetry and satellite tracking of whale sharks, Rhincodon typus, in the Sea of Cortez, Mexico, and the north Pacific Ocean
Scott A. Eckert & Brent S. Stewarta
Environmental Biology of Fishes 60: 299–308, 2001.

Rhineodon typus, the Whale Shark-Further Notes on Its Habits and Distribution
E. W. Gudger
Science, New Series, Volume 48, Issue 1251 (Dec. 20, 1918),622-627.

ALL OTHER SHARKS

 

Egg capsule morphology of Parascyllium variolatum (Dumeril, 1853) (Chondrichthyes; Parascylliidae), with notes on oviposition rate in captivity
J. CARUSO AND P. H. F. BOR
Journal of Fish Biology (2007) 70, 1620–1625

On the Role of Dense Aggregations of Males and Juveniles in the Functional Structure of the Range of the Blue Shark Prionace glauca
F. F. Litvinov
Journal of Ichthyology, 2006, Vol. 46, No. 8, pp. 613–624.

BLUNTNOSE SIXGILL SHARK, HEXANCHUS GRISEUS (BONNATERRE, 1788), IN THE EASTERN NORTH SICILIAN WATERS
Antonio Celona, Alessandro De Maddalena, Teresa Romeo
Boll. Mus. civ. St. nat. Venezia, 56 (2005) 2005

Reproductive biology of the female shortfin mako, Isurus oxyrinchus (Rafinesque, 1810), with comments on the embryonic development of lamnoids
Henry F. Mollet, Geremy Cliff, Harold L. Pratt Jr. and John D. Stevens
Fish. Bull. 98:299–318 (2000).

Five Tags Applied to a Single Species in a Single Location: The Tiger Shark Experience
Kim N. Holland, Aaron Bush, Carl G. Meyer, Stephen Kajiura, Bradley M.Wetherbee and Christopher G. Lowe
2001

The blood respiratory, haematological, acid-base and ionic status of the Port Jackson shark, Heterodontus portusjacksoni, during recovery from anaesthesia and surgery: a comparison with sampling by direct caudal puncture
Ashley R. Cooper, Stephen Morris
Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A 119 (1998) 895–903

Structure and Formation of the Egg Capsule Tendrils in the Dogfish Scyliorhinus canicula
D. Feng and D.P.Knight
Biological Sciences, Vol.343 Issue 1305 Feb. 1994

Migration patterns of spiny dogfish (Squalus acanthias) in the North Pacific Ocean
Gordon A.McFarlane Jacquelynne R. King
NMFS Scientific Publications. Fish. Bull. 101:358–367 (2003).

Geographic variations in reproductive parameters of the starspotted dogfish, Mustelus manazo, from five localities in Japan and in Taiwan
Atsuko Yamaguchi, Toru Taniuchi & Makoto Shimizu
Environmental Biology of Fishes 57: 221–233, 2000. Kluwer Academic Publishers.

New Eastern North Pacific Smoothhound Shark (Genus Mustelus, Family Triakidae) from the Gulf of California.
Juan Carlos Perez Jimenez, Oscar Sosa Nishizaki, and Jose Leonardo Castillo Geniz
Copeia: Vol. 2005, No. 4, pp. 834-845.

Galapagos sharks (Carcharhinus galapagensis) at the Bassas da India atoll: first record from the Mozambique Channel and possible significance as a nursery area
N. Hammerschlag and C. Fallows
South African Journal of Science 101, July/August 2005

A Juvenile Megamouth Shark, Megachasma Pelagios, (Lamniformes: Megachasmidae) from Northern Sumatra, Indonesia.
William T. White, Fahmi, Muhammad Adrim & Kurnaen Sumadhiharga
Tne Raffles Bulletin of Zoology 2004 52(2): 603-607

Capture of Megamouth 11 in the Philippines
John F. Morrissey and Elson T. Elizaga
February 18, 1999

A Summary of the Freezing, Thawing, Preservation and Display Methodology Used on a Large Megamouth Shark, Megachasma pelagios.
Kazunari Yano, John F. Morrissey, YoshitakaYahumoto and Kazuhim Nakaya
Tokai Univ. Press. 1997

An acoustic tracking of a megamouth shark, Megachasma pelagios: a crepuscular vertical migrator
Donald R. Nelson, James N. McKibben, Wesley R. Strong, Jr., Christopher G. Lowe, Joseph A. Sisneros, Donna M. Schroeder & Robert J. Lavenberg
Environmental Biology of Fishes 49: 389–399, 1997.

On the gestation period of the blackfin reef shark, Carcharhinus melanopterus, in waters off Moorea, French Polynesia
I. F. Porcher
Marine Biology (2005) 146: 1207–1211

Natural mortality of puffadder shysharks due to Cape fur seals and black-backed kelp gulls at Seal Island, South Africa
R. A. Martin
Journal of Fish Biology (2004) 64(3)

Comparison of Fasting and Postfeeding Metabolic Rates in a Sedentary Shark, Cephaloscyllium ventriosum
LARA A. FERRY-GRAHAM AND ALICE C. GIBB
Copeia, 2001(4), pp. 1108–1113

Assessing Reproductive Potential and Gestation in Nurse Sharks (Ginglymostoma cirratum) Using Ultrasonography and Endoscopy: An Example of Bridging the Gap Between Field Research and Captive Studies.
Jeffrey C.Carrier, Frank L.Murro, Michael T.Walsh and Harold L.Pratt Jr.
Zoo Biology Vol.22 2003

Multiple paternity in the nurse shark, Ginglymostoma cirratum
Kenneth J. Saville , Andrea M. Lindley , Eleanora G. Maries , Jeffrey C. Carrier & Harold L. Pratt, Jr.
Environmental Biology of Fishes 63: 347–351, 2002. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Netherlands.

Nurse Shark Pectoral Fins: An Unusual Use
Sanford A. Moss
American Midland Naturalist, Volume 88, Issue 2 (Oct., 1972),496-497.

Steady swimming muscle dynamics in the leopard shark Triakis semifasciata
Jeanine M. Donley and Robert E. Shadwick
The Journal of Experimental Biology 206, 1117-1126. 2003

Life history and population dynamics of the finetooth shark (Carcharhinus isodon) in the northeastern Gulf of Mexico
John K. Carlson, Enric Cortés and Dana M. Bethea
NMFS Scientific Publications. Fish. Bull. 101:281–292 (2003).

Habitat use and foraging behavior of Tiger Sharks (Galeocerdo curvier) in a seagrass ecosystem
M.R. Heithaus, L.M. Dill, G.J. Marshall & B. Buhleier
Marine Biology (2002) 1 40: 237-248

Reproductive ecology and abundance of the sand tiger shark, Carcharias taurus, from the southwestern Atlantic
Luis O. Lucifora, Roberto C. Menni, and Alicia H. Escalante
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 59: 553–561. 2002

Note on the Declining Status of the Sandtiger Shark Carcharias taurus in the Mediterranean Sea.
Ian K. Fergusson, Marino Vacchi and Fabrizio Serena
ICRAM, ARPAT & SFI. 2002: 73-76

Northeast Atlantic spurdog (Squalus acanthias) in ICES Areas I IX
(WGEF). ICES CM 2008/ACOM: 16.
ICES 2008

Portuguese dogfish (Centroscymnus coelolepis) and leafscale gulper shark (Centrophorus squamosus) in the Northeast Atlantic (ICES Areas I XIV)
(WGEF). ICES CM 2008/ACOM: 16.
ICES 2008

Changes in Composition During Embryo Development of the Gulper Shark Centrophorus granulosus (Elasmobranchii, Centrophoridae): an Assessment of maternal-embryonic nutritional relationships
Javier Guallart Stephen M.Kajiura and José J. Vincent
Envir. Biology of Fishes 61. 2001

Northeast Atlantic porbeagle
(WGEF). ICES CM 2008/ACOM: 16.
ICES 2008

HISTORICAL AND CONTEMPORARY PRESENCE OF THE PORBEAGLE, LAMNA NASUS (BONNATERRE, 1788), IN ITALIAN WATERS (MEDITERRANEAN SEA
)Tiziano STORAI, Marco ZUFFA, Antonio CELONA & Alessandro DE MADDALENA

Analysis of stomach contents of the Porbeagle shark, Lamna nasus (Bonnaterre) in the northwest Atlantic
W. N. Joyce, S. E. Campana, L. J. Natanson, N. E. Kohler, H. L. Pratt Jr, and C. F. Jensen
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 59: 1263–1269. 2002

Basking shark (Cetorhinus maximus) in the northeast Atlantic
(ICES Areas I XIV)

(WGEF). ICES CM 2008/ACOM: 16.
ICES 2008

Mediterranean Large Elasmobranchs Monitoring - Basking Shark
Fabrizio Serena and Marino Vacchi
Gen. Fish. Comm. for the Medit. Sci. Adv. Commit. Medlem Prog. May 2002

Geographical, Seasonal Occurrence and Incidental Fishing Captures of Basking Shark Cetorhinus maximus (Chondricthyes: Cetorhinidae)
Julio Valeiras, Alfredo López and Manuel García
Journal of the Marine Biological Assoc. U.K. 2001

Effects of Capture and Transmitter Attachments on the Swimming Speed of Large Juvenile Lemon sharks in the Wild.
L.F.Sundström and S.H.Gruber
Journal of Fish Biology Vol.61 2002

Instrumental Conditioning of Lemon Sharks
Eugenie Clark
Science, New Series, Vol. 130 Issue 3369 Jul. 1959

Egg Capsules of Deep-sea Catsharks from Eastern North Atlantic, with First Descriptions of the Capsule of Galeus murinus and Apristurus aphyodes (Chondrichthyes: Scyliorhinidae)
Samuel Paco Iglésias, Marie-Henriette Du Buit & Kazuhiro Nakaya
Cybium 2002

A New Species of Deep-water Catshark, Apristurus aphyodes n. sp., from the Eastern North Atlantic (Chondrichthyes: Carcharhiniformes: Scyliorhinidae)
Kazuhiro Nakaya & Matthias Stehmann
Arch. Fish. Mar. Res. 46(1) 1998

Plasma Steroid Hormone Profiles and Reproductive Biology of the Epaulette Shark, Hemiscyllium ovellatum
M.R.Heupel, J.M.Whittier, and M.B.Bennet
Journal of Experimental Zoology 1999

Hypoxia Tolerance in the Epaulette Shark (Hemiscyllium ocellatum)
Graham Wise, Jamin M.Mulvey and Gillian M.C.Renshaw
Journal of Experimental Zoology 1998

A Predatory use of Counterillumination by the Squaloid Shark Isistius brasiliensis
Edith A.Widder
Envir. Biology of Fishes 53. 1998

Behavior of the Thresher Shark
W. E. Allen
Science, New Series, Volume 58, Issue 1489 (Jul. 13, 1923),31-32.

Additional Specimens of the Japanese Shark, Mitsukurina
Dean Bashford
Science, New Series, Vol.17 Issue 433 Apr. 1903

EXTINCT SHARKS

A review of the hybodont sharks from the Mesozoic of Thailand
Gilles Cuny, Varavudh Suteethorn, Suchada Kamha
International Conference on Geology, Geotechnology and Mineral Resources of Indochina
(GEOINDO 2005) 28-30 November 2005, Khon Kaen, Thailand

HYBODONT SHARKS FROM THE EARLY CRETACEOUS OF THAILAND
Gilles CUNY, Eric BUFFETAUT & Varavudh SUTEETHORN
18c.fm Page 77 Tuesday, July 12, 2005

Fossil Sharks from the early Cretaceous of Tunisia
Gilles Cuny, Eric Buffetaut, Mohamed Ouaja, Dorra Srarfi, Lars Schmitz & Michael J. Benton
Revue de Paleobiologie, Geneve (2004) Vol. spec. 9: 127-142

FRESHWATER HYBODONT SHARKS FROM THE LOWER CRETACEOUS OF THAILAND
Gilles Cuny, Varavudh Suteethorn, Eric Buffetaut
2004

Hybodont sharks from the mesozoic khorat group of Thailand
G. Cuny, V. Suteethorn, E. Buffetaut & M. Philippe
Mahasarakham University Journal Vol. 22 Special Issue 2003

Discovery of the Middle-late Triassic Elasmobranch ichthyoliths
from the Guanling area, Guizhou, SW China

Chen Lide & Gilles Cuny
Geological Bulletin of China Vol. 22, No. 4, Apr. 2003

The shark fauna from the Middle Triassic (Anisian) of North-Western Nevada
GILLES CUNY, OLIVIER RIEPPEL and P. MARTIN SANDER
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society (2001), 133: 285.301

Teeth of enigmatic neoselachian sharks and an ornithischian dinosaur from the uppermost Triassic of Lons-le-Saunier (Jura, France)
G. Cuny, A. Hunt, J.M. Mazin, R. Rauscher
Palaontologische Zeitschrift 74 (1/2) 171-185. Stuttgart, May 2000

EARLY RADIATION OF THE NEOSELACHIAN SHARKS IN WESTERN EUROPE
GILLES CUNY, MICHAEL J. BENTON
1999

Late Triassic Vertebrates from Syren (Luxembourg)
P. Godefroit, G. Cuny, D. Delsate and M. Roche
N. Jb. Geo!. Palaont. Abh. 210 (3) 305-343. 1998

PRIMITIVE NEOSELACHIAN SHARKS: A SURVEY.
Gilles CUNY
ORYCfOS, Vol. I : 3-21, Oclobre 1998

A new neoselachian shark from the Upper Triassic of Grozon (Jura, France)
GILLES CUNY, MICHEL MARTIN, RAYMOND RAUSCHER & JEAN-MICHEL MAZIN
Geol. Mag. 135 (5), 1998, pp. 657–668.

 

Shark Articles

National laws, multi-lateral agreements, regional and global regulations on shark protection and shark finning
December 2011

What Lies Beneath
Sunday Circle Aug. 2010

SHARK DECLINES IN THE MEDITERANEAN SEA
LENFEST OCEAN PROGRAM
2008

The Shark's Electric Sense
R.Douglas Fields
Scientific American Aug 2007

MANIFESTO FOR WORLDWIDE SHARK CONSERVATION
136 shark researchers 2007

The Global Shark Crisis
WildAid Leaflet

Tracking Ocean Migrators
Sy Montgomery

Bandit’s Story: The Real-life Rescue of a Great White Shark
Melanie Paul

Who's The Real Killer?
Todd Preston
E Magazine Nov - Dec 1995

The shadows of the sea: people fear shark, but they are vital to the sea.
Jack Rudloe and Anne Rudloe
Sports llustrated Dec 4, 1989 v71 n23 p97(7)

Misunderstood Monsters
Peter Benchley
Ocean Planet

Swimming With Sharks.
Peter Benchley
Nat. Audubon Society 1998

At Rock Bottom - The Declining Sharks of tne Eastern Tropical Pacific
WildAid
2005

The End Of The Line
WildAid
2002

Sharks at all time low
ECOS (CSIRO)
October - December 2001 page 35

Don't go near the water
J. Hoberman on "Jaws"
American Myths

When the tables are turned
Jane Bosveld

The Great White's Ways
Discover
June 1999

Sharky Shores
T. Bos & A.B. Casagrande IV
The Big Issue. Dec 2005

 

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