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Varying reef shark abundance trends inside a marine reserve: evidence of a Caribbean reef shark decline. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 683, 97–107
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Tewfik, A. & Babcock, E.A. & Phillips, M. & Moreira-Ramirez, J.F. & Polanco, F. & Marroquin, J. & Castillo, M. & Gomez, N.A. & McNab, R. (2022)
Simple length-based approaches offer guidance for conservation and sustainability actions in two Central American small-scale fisheries. Aquatic Conservation, Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, in press
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Clementi, G.M. & Babcock, E.A. & Valentin-Albanese, J. & Bond, M.E. & Flowers, K.I. & Heithaus, M.R. & Whitman, E.R. & Bergmann, Mpmv, Guttridge, T.L. & O'Shea, O.R. & Shipley, O.N. & Brooks, E.J. & Kessel, S.T. & Chapman, D.D. (2021)
Anthropogenic pressures on reef-associated sharks in jurisdictions with and without directed shark fishing. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 661, 175–186
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O'Farrell, H.B. & Babcock, E.A. (2021)
Shortfin mako hot sets - Defining high bycatch conditions as a basis for bycatch mitigation. Fisheries Research, 244, Article 106123
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Karlovic, T.C. & Gomes, R.R. & Paiva, P.C. & Babcock, E.A. & Dias, J.F. (2021)
Functionality and Effectiveness of Marine Protected Areas in Southeastern Brazilian Waters for Demersal Elasmobranchs. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8, Article 694846
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Barcia, L.G. & Argiro, J. & Babcock, E.A. & Cai, Y. & Shea, S.K.H. & Chapman, D.D. (2020)
Mercury and arsenic in processed fins from nine of the most traded shark species in the Hong Kong and China dried seafood markets: The potential health risks of shark fin soup. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 157, Article 111281
DOI: 10.1016/j.marpolbul.2020.111281
Cardenosa, D. & Fields, A.T. & Babcock, E.A. & Shea, S.K.H. & Feldheim, K.A. & Chapman, D.D. (2020)
Species composition of the largest shark fin retail-market in mainland China. Scientific Reports, 10, Article 12914
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Bond, M.E. & Valentin-Albanese, J. & Babcock, E.A. & Heithaus, M.R. & Grubbs, R.D. & Cerrato, R. & Peterson, B.J. & Pikitch, E.K. & Chapman, D.D. (2019)
Top predators induce habitat shifts in prey within marine protected areas. Oecologia, 190(2), 375–385
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Bond, M.E. & Valentin-Albanese, J. & Babcock, E.A. & Hussey, N.E. & Heithaus, M.R. & Chapman, D.D. (2018)
The trophic ecology of Caribbean reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi) relative to other large teleost predators on an isolated coral atoll. Marine Biology, 165(4), Article 67
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Fields, A.T. & Fischer, G.A. & Shea, S.K.H. & Zhang, H.R. & Abercrombie, D.L. & Feldheim, K.A. & Babcock, E.A. & Chapman, D.D. (2018)
Species composition of the international shark fin trade assessed through a retail-market survey in Hong Kong. Conservation Biology, 32(2), 376–389
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Cardeñosa, D. & Fields, A.T. & Babcock, E.A. & Zhang, H. & Feldheim, K. & Shea, S.K.H. & Fischer, G.A. & Chapman, D.D. (2018)
CITES-listed sharks remain among the top species in the contemporary fin trade. Conservations Letters, 11(4), Article e12457
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Bond, M.E. & Valentin-Albanese, J. & Babcock, E.A. & Abercrombie, D. & Lamb, N.F. & Miranda, A. & Pikitch, E.K. & Chapman, D.D. (2017)
Abundance and size structure of a reef shark population within a marine reserve has remained stable for more than a decade. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 576, 1–10
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Feldheim, K.A. & Gruber, S.H. & Dibattista, J.D. & Babcock, E.A. & Kessel, S.T. & Hendry, A.P. & Pikitch, E.K. & Ashley, M.V. & Chapman, D.D. (2014)
Two decades of genetic profiling yields first evidence of natal philopatry and long-term fidelity to parturition sites in sharks. Molecular Ecology, 23(1), 110–117
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Bond, M.E. & Babcock, E.A. & Chapman, D.D. (2014)
Southern stingrays, Dasyatis americana, concentrate on shallow flats inside marine reserves: response to top-down or bottom-up processes? Abstract. In Programm and Abstracts of Shark International, Durban 2014: 23
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Give Shark Sanctuaries a Chance. Science, 339, 757
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Reef Sharks Exhibit Site-Fidelity and Higher Relative Abundance in Marine Reserves on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef. PLoS ONE, 7(2), Article e32983
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Chapman, D.D. & Babcock, E.A. & Gruber, S.H. & Dibattista, J.D. & Franks, B. & Kessel, S.T. & Guttridge, T.L. & Pikitch, E.K. & Feldheim, K.A. (2009)
Long term natal site-fidelity by immature lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) at a subtropical island. Molecular Ecology, 18(16), 3500–3507
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Introduction to Sharks of the Open Ocean. In Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. [eds M.D. Camhi, E.K. Pikitch and E.A. Babcock]. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, U.K.: 1–13
Simpfendorfer, C.A. & Cortés, E. & Heupel, M.R. & Brooks, E. & Babcock, E.A. & Baum, J.K. & McAuley, R.B. & Dudley, S.F.J. & Stevens, J.D. & Fordham, S. & Soldo, A. (2008)
An integrated approach to determining the risk of over-exploitation for data-poor pelagic Atlantic sharks. Lenfest Ocean Program SCRS/2008/140. 16 pp.
Camhi, M.D. & Lauck, E. & Pikitch, E.K. & Babcock, E.A. (2008)
A Global Overview of Commercial Fisheries for Open Ocean Sharks. In Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. [eds M.D. Camhi, E.K. Pikitch and E.A. Babcock]. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, U.K.: 166–192
Skomal, G. & Babcock, E.A. & Pikitch, E.K. (2008)
Case Study: Blue and Mako Shark Catch Rates in US Atlantic Recreational Fisheries as Potential Indices of Abundance. In Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. [eds M.D. Camhi, E.K. Pikitch and E.A. Babcock]. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, U.K.: 205–212
Babcock, E.A. & Nakano, H. (2008)
Data Collection, Research, and Assessment Efforts for Pelagic Sharks by the International Commission for the Conservation of Atlantic Tunas. In Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. [eds M.D. Camhi, E.K. Pikitch and E.A. Babcock]. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, U.K.: 472–477
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Recreational Fishing for Pelagic Sharks Worldwide. In Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. [eds M.D. Camhi, E.K. Pikitch and E.A. Babcock]. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, U.K.: 193–204
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Why Are Bayesian Methods Useful for the Stock Assessment of Sharks? In Sharks of the Open Ocean: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation. [eds M.D. Camhi, E.K. Pikitch and E.A. Babcock]. Blackwell Publishing, Oxford, U.K.: 351–368
Chapman, D.D. & Pikitch, E.K. & Babcock, E.A. & Shivji, M.S. (2007)
Deep-diving and diel changes in vertical habitat use by Caribbean reef sharks, Carcharhinus perezi. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 344, 271–275
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Pikitch, E.K. & Chapman, D.D. & Babcock, E.A. & Shivji, M.S. (2005)
Habitat use and demographic population structure of elasmobranchs at a Caribbean atoll (Glover's Reef, Belize). Marine Ecology Progress Series, 302, 187–197
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Apostolaki, P. & Babcock, E.A. & Bonfil, R. & Mcallister, M. (2003)
Coming-of-age of shark stock assessment: decision analysis using a Bayesian age-and sex-structured model incorporating multiple fleets and spatial dynamics, and applied to the sandbar shark fishery of the U.S [Abstract]. American Elasmobranch Society 19th Annual Meeting, Manaus, Brazil