GLEISS, A.C. & MORGAN, D.L. & WHITTY, J.M. & KELEHER, J.J. & FOSSETTE, S. & HAYS, G.C. (2017)
Are vertical migrations driven by circadian behaviour? Decoupling of activity and depth use in a large riverine elasmobranch, the freshwater sawfish (Pristis pristis). Hydrobiologia, 787 (1): 181–191
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LEAR, K.O. & WHITNEY, N.M. & BREWSTER, L.R. & MORRIS, J.J. & HUETER, R.E. & GLEISS, A.C. (2017)
Correlations of metabolic rate and body acceleration in three species of coastal sharks under contrasting temperature regimes. Journal of Experimental Biology, 220 (3): 397-407
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WHITNEY, N.M. & LEAR, K.A. & GASKINS, L.C. & GLEISS, A.C. (2016)
The effects of temperature and swimming speed on the metabolic rate of the nurse shark (Ginglymostoma cirratum, Bonaterre). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 477: 40–46
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MORGAN, D.L. & WUERINGER, B.E. & ALLEN, M.G. & EBNER, B.C. & WHITTY, J.M. & GLEISS, A.C. & BEATTY, S.J. (2016)
What Is the Fate of Amputee Sawfish? Fisheries, 41 (2): 71–73
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PAYNE, N.L. & IOSILEVSKII, G. & BARNETT, A. & FISCHER, C. & GRAHAM, R.T. & GLEISS, A.C. & WATANABE, Y.Y. (2016)
Great hammerhead sharks swim on their side to reduce transport costs. Nature Communications, 7: 12289
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WHITNEY, N.M. & WHITE, C.F. & GLEISS, A.C. & SCHWIETERMAN, G.D. & ANDERSON, P. & HUETER, R.E. & SKOMAL, G.B. (2016)
A novel method for determining post-release mortality, behavior, and recovery period using acceleration data loggers. Fisheries Research, 183: 210–221
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GLEISS, A.C. & POTVIN, J. & KELEHER, J.J. & WHITTY, J.M. & MORGAN, D.L. & GOLDBOGEN, J.A. (2015)
Mechanical challenges to freshwater residency in sharks and rays. Journal of Experimental Biology, 218 (7): 1099–1110
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GLEISS, A.C. & WRIGHT, S. & LIEBSCH, N. & WILSON, R.P. & NORMAN, B. (2013)
Contrasting diel patterns in vertical movement and locomotor activity of whale sharks at Ningaloo Reef. Marine Biology, 160 (11): 2981–2992
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WHITNEY, N.M. & PAPASTAMATIOU, Y.P. & GLEISS, A.C. (2012)
Integrative Multisensor Tagging: Emerging Techniques to Link Elasmobranch Behavior, Physiology, and Ecology. In: Carrier, J.C. & Musick, J.A. & Heithaus, M.R. (eds) Biology of Sharks and their Relatives, Edition 2. CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida: 265–290
GLEISS, A.C. & NORMAN, B. & WILSON, R.P. (2011)
Moved by that sinking feeling: variable diving geometry underlies movement strategies in whale sharks. Functional Ecology, 25 (3): 595–607
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GLEISS, A.C. & JORGENSEN, S.J. & LIEBSCH, N. & SALA, J.E. & NORMAN, B. & HAYS, G.C. & QUINTANA, F. & GRUNDY, E. & CAMPAGNA, C. & TRITES, A.W. & BLOCK, B.A. & WILSON, R.P. (2011)
Convergent evolution in locomotory patterns of flying and swimming animals. Nature Communications, 2: 352
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GLEISS, A.C. & NORMAN, B. & LIEBSCH, N. & FRANCIS, C. & WILSON, R.P. (2009)
A new prospect for tagging large free-swimming sharks with motion-sensitive data-loggers. Fisheries Research, 97 (1–2): 11–16
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