Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives Second Edition

Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives  Second Edition

This second edition of the award winning and groundbreaking original exploration of the fundamental elements of the taxonomy, systematics, physiology, and ecology of sharks, skates, rays, and chimera, presents cohesive and integrated ...

Author: Jeffrey C. Carrier

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439839249

Category: Nature

Page: 666

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Virtually every area of research associated with sharks and their relatives has been strongly impacted by the revolutionary growth in technology. The questions we can now ask are very different than those reported even two decades ago. Modern immunological and genetic techniques, satellite telemetry and archival tagging, modern phylogenetic analysis, GIS, and bomb dating, are just a few of the techniques and procedures that have become a part of our investigative lexicon. A modern synthesis of the biology of Chondrichthyans, Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives, Second Edition discusses significant advances in the development and application of new molecular techniques to the understanding of the phylogenetic relationships among and between these groups. The book considers the effect of global changes on the status of sharks and their relatives, and how advances in technology and analytical techniques have changed not only how we approach problem solving and scientific investigations, but how we formulate questions. The book also introduces applications of new and novel laboratory devices, techniques, and field instruments. This second edition of the award winning and groundbreaking original exploration of the fundamental elements of the taxonomy, systematics, physiology, and ecology of sharks, skates, rays, and chimera, presents cohesive and integrated coverage of key topics and discusses technological advances used in modern shark research. Offering a well-rounded picture for students and researchers, and far above competitors in scope and research, this new volume holds a wealth of data on the current status of Chondrichthyan research and provides the basis and springboard for original research. Cover photo by Justin Gilligan
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Sharks and Their Relatives II

Sharks and Their Relatives II

Since the award-winning first volume, The Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives, published in 2004, the field has witnessed tremendous developments in research, rapid advances in technology, and the emergence of new investigators beginning ...

Author: Jeffrey C. Carrier

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1420080482

Category: Science

Page: 746

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Since the award-winning first volume, The Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives, published in 2004, the field has witnessed tremendous developments in research, rapid advances in technology, and the emergence of new investigators beginning to explore issues of biodiversity, distribution, physiology, and ecology in ways that eluded more traditional studies. As an entirely new companion volume, Sharks and Their Relatives II: Biodiversity, Adaptive Physiology, and Conservation brings you up to speed on these significant changes, specifically examining how elasmobranch fishes – the sharks, skates, rays, and chimaeras – successfully survive in a wide range of habitats. Emphasizes Conservation of Threatened Species This multidisciplinary volume begins by examining elasmobranch biodiversity patterns and their integrated sensory systems. It then explores the physiological adaptations – from unique sensory modalities to compensatory mechanisms for physiological and environmental stress – that make these animals particularly well-suited for the range of habitats where they are found, in both oceanic and freshwater realms. Features Established Researchers and Introduces New Pioneers in the Field The book then considers the human interactions and anthropogenic effects on worldwide elasmobranch populations and the potential extinction risks posed by increasing threats from changes in habitat, changes in water chemistry, and growing commercial exploitation. This text truly is unrivaled in terms of coverage and readability, and it is a must-have reference for marine biologists, fishery scientists, oceanographers, and also marine, zoo, and aquarium veterinarians. To address subject areas and subdisciplines where coverage was absent or superficial in volume one, Jeffrey Carrier and associates have assembled in the current volume a collection of works that reveal patterns of biodiversity, the physiological attributes that contribute to elasmobranchs’ successful exploitation of oceanic and freshwater realms, and the unique issues associated with the interaction between elasmobranchs and humans, all of this with overarching attention to issues of conservation. "We begin with chapters examining biodiversity. We have chosen to approach this discussion by presenting elasmobranchs as inhabitants of the range of zoogeographic provinces, realizing that significant overlap may occur for more pelagic species. This realization was reflected in the dialogue that occurred during preparation of the book between our chapter authors, and the recognition that many species simply cannot be confined to a specific habitat or range of habitats. We then continue by examining some of the unique physiological adaptations that allow these animals to exploit the range of habitats where they are found, from unique sensory modalities to compensatory mechanisms for physiological and environmental stress. "Our concluding section presents some of the challenges faced by members of these groups. We have asked our authors to consider human interactions and anthropogenic effects on worldwide populations and the potential extinction risks posed from survival under increasing threats from changes in habitat, changes in water chemistry, and increasing commercial exploitation. Conservation of species under threat remains a theme throughout the book. "Our authors represent an international group of investigators including established scientists whose work has been widely published and respected, and emerging younger scientists who have exploited recent advances in technology to ask and answer new questions as well as offering new insights and interpretations to enduring problems in the fields of ecology and physiology. We have asked them to be speculative and challenging, and we have asked them to predict future areas for investigation in hopes that their work will both inspire and provoke additional studies of these fascinating animals." - from the Preface
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Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives Second Edition

Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives  Second Edition

We developed the content and published Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives (
Volume I) because of a need for an updated, timely reference volume on the
biology of sharks, skates, rays, and chimaeras. In the Preface to that first volume,
we ...

Author: Jeffrey C. Carrier

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781439839263

Category: Nature

Page: 666

View: 982

Virtually every area of research associated with sharks and their relatives has been strongly impacted by the revolutionary growth in technology. The questions we can now ask are very different than those reported even two decades ago. Modern immunological and genetic techniques, satellite telemetry and archival tagging, modern phylogenetic analysis, GIS, and bomb dating, are just a few of the techniques and procedures that have become a part of our investigative lexicon. A modern synthesis of the biology of Chondrichthyans, Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives, Second Edition discusses significant advances in the development and application of new molecular techniques to the understanding of the phylogenetic relationships among and between these groups. The book considers the effect of global changes on the status of sharks and their relatives, and how advances in technology and analytical techniques have changed not only how we approach problem solving and scientific investigations, but how we formulate questions. The book also introduces applications of new and novel laboratory devices, techniques, and field instruments. This second edition of the award winning and groundbreaking original exploration of the fundamental elements of the taxonomy, systematics, physiology, and ecology of sharks, skates, rays, and chimera, presents cohesive and integrated coverage of key topics and discusses technological advances used in modern shark research. Offering a well-rounded picture for students and researchers, and far above competitors in scope and research, this new volume holds a wealth of data on the current status of Chondrichthyan research and provides the basis and springboard for original research. Cover photo by Justin Gilligan
Categories: Nature

Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives

Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives

This authoritative book provides a synopsis of the current understanding of elasmobranch fishes while identifying gaps in our knowledge to stimulate further study.

Author: Jeffrey C. Carrier

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 1135505322

Category: Science

Page: 616

View: 494

Winner of Choice Magazine’s Outstanding Academic Title award, January 2005! Sharks and their relatives are the subjects of tremendous interest. The public’s fascination is influenced by their roles in movies and popular literature, while the media races to cover stories of predators endangering helpless humans. The alarming threat to shark populations is also garnering significant publicity and leading to a worldwide increase in conservation initiatives. Finally, technological advances are impacting every area of shark research and revealing incredible secrets about these mysterious animals. These major factors indicate the need for a timely synthesis of the biology of sharks and their relatives. Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives brings together the latest information on the phylogeny, physiology, behavior, and ecology of sharks and their relatives, the skates, rays, and chimaeras. Written by a “Who’s Who” lineup in North American elasmobranch research, this single-source review of elasmobranch fishes presents cohesive and integrated coverage of key topics and discusses technological advances used in modern shark research. The text establishes relationships among the sharks and their relatives that dominate the Chondrichthyes, describes their functions and physiological processes, and examines issues relevant to managing depleted and threatened fisheries. Each of the 19 chapters includes a comprehensive review of the subject with extensive up-to-date citations. This authoritative book provides a synopsis of the current understanding of elasmobranch fishes while identifying gaps in our knowledge to stimulate further study. Its broad coverage and inclusive nature make this an important resource for marine and conservation biologists, fishery scientists, biological oceanographers, zoologists, ecologists, environmental planners, and students.
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Sharks and Their Relatives

Sharks and Their Relatives

Sharks and their relatives, the rays and chimaeras, are the diverse group of cartilaginous fishes that have evolved over 400 million years.

Author: Merry Camhi

Publisher: IUCN

ISBN: 283170460X

Category: Nature

Page: 39

View: 928

Sharks and their relatives, the rays and chimaeras, are the diverse group of cartilaginous fishes that have evolved over 400 million years. Historically considered of low economic value to large-scale fisheries, today many of these fishes have become the target of directed commercial and recreational fisheries around the world, and they are increasingly taken in the by-catch of fisheries targeting other species. This report emphasizes the widely-acknowledged need to improve shark fishery monitoring, expand biological research and take management action. It serves as an introduction to the ecology, status and conservation of the sharks and their relatives for a general audience. Shark fisheries can only be managed sustainably, and shark populations remain viable, with the introduction of new conservation and management initiatives.
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The Biology of Sharks and Rays

The Biology of Sharks and Rays

Pp. 203-224 in Carrier, C., A. Musick, and M. R. Heithaus (Eds.), Biology of
Sharks and Their Relatives, CRC Press, Boca Raton. Carr, W. E. S. 1988. The
molecular nature of chemical stimuli in the aquatic environment. Pp. 3—27 in
Atema, J., ...

Author: A. Peter Klimley

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226923086

Category: Science

Page: 488

View: 593

The Biology of Sharks and Rays is a comprehensive resource on the biological and physiological characteristics of the cartilaginous fishes: sharks, rays, and chimaeras. In sixteen chapters, organized by theme, A. Peter Klimley covers a broad spectrum of topics, including taxonomy, morphology, ecology, and physiology. For example, he explains the body design of sharks and why the ridged, toothlike denticles that cover their entire bodies are present on only part of the rays’ bodies and are absent from those of chimaeras. Another chapter explores the anatomy of the jaws and the role of the muscles and teeth in jaw extension, seizure, and handling of prey. The chapters are richly illustrated with pictures of sharks, diagrams of sensory organs, drawings of the body postures of sharks during threat and reproductive displays, and maps showing the extent of the species’ foraging range and long-distance migrations. Each chapter commences with an anecdote from the author about his own personal experience with the topic, followed by thought-provoking questions and a list of recommended readings in the scientific literature. The book will be a useful textbook for advanced ichthyology students as well as an encyclopedic source for those seeking a greater understanding of these fascinating creatures.
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Sharks

Sharks

Hundreds and hundreds of books have been written about sharks and their
biology, fisheries, and conservation. Some books are primarily ... Sharks and
Their Relatives, II: Biodiversity, Adaptive Physiology, and Conservation. Boca
Raton, FL: ...

Author: Gene Helfman

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421413105

Category: Science

Page: 288

View: 289

Answering every conceivable question about sharks, authors Gene Helfman and George H. Burgess describe the fascinating biology, behavior, diversity (there are more than 1,000 species worldwide), and cultural importance of sharks, their close relationship to skates and rays, and their critical role in healthy ecosystems. Helfman and Burgess take readers on a round-the-world tour of shark habitats, which include oceans as well as lakes and even rivers (as far up the Mississippi as St. Louis). They describe huge, ferocious predators like (Great) White and Tiger sharks and species such as Basking and Whale sharks that feed on microscopic prey yet can grow to lengths of more than 40 feet. The mysterious and powerful Greenland shark, the authors explain, reaches a weight of 2,200 pounds on a diet of seal flesh. Small (less than 2-foot long) Cookiecutter sharks attack other sharks and even take a chunk out of the occasional swimmer. Despite our natural fascination with sharks, we have become their worst enemy. Many shark species are in serious decline and a number are threatened with extinction as a result of overfishing and persecution. Sharks: The Animal Answer Guide presents a perfect mix of current science, history, anthropology, intriguing facts, and gripping photographs. Whether your fascination with sharks stems from fear or curiosity, your knowledge of these animals will improve immensely when you consult this book.
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Immunobiology of the Shark

Immunobiology of the Shark

Biology of Sharks and Their Relatives: Physiological Adaptations, Behavior,
Ecology, Conservation and Management of Sharks and Their Relatives. CRC
Press, Boca Raton, FL, 2010; 2:283–316. Frisk, M.G., and Miller, T.J. Age, growth
and ...

Author: Sylvia L. Smith

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466595743

Category: Medical

Page: 326

View: 393

Immunity studies in sharks over the past three decades have produced some remarkable discoveries. If one message rings true, it is that alternative animal model systems, such as sharks and their relatives, have contributed very substantially to a better understanding of the development evolution of our own immune system. Immunobiology of the Shark describes the cellular, genetic, and molecular specifics of immune systems in sharks. Diverse approaches were employed to study the immunobiology of the shark from basic microscopic observations to detailed genome annotation. The book also raises a series of fascinating questions, which can be addressed experimentally using today’s technology. This book will be a valuable resource for mainstream immunologists, comparative immunologists, geneticists, ecologists, evolutionary biologists, and investigators engaged in shark research. The book also aims to illustrate the magnificence of these animals as model systems and underscores the importance of their study to further understand their complex, and often enigmatic, biology.
Categories: Medical

Journal of Experimental Biology

Journal of Experimental Biology

419 A CHONDRICHTHYAN COMPENDIUM BIOLOGY OF SHARKS AND THEIR
RELATIVES case of chimeras , to the Paleozoic . Fossils further show that the
batoids ( electric rays , sawfishes , guitar fishes , skates , and stingrays )
separated ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: NWU:35558005217670

Category: Biology

Page:

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The Biology of Sharks and Rays

The Biology of Sharks and Rays

The book will be a useful textbook for advanced ichthyology students as well as an encyclopedic source for those seeking a greater understanding of these fascinating creatures.

Author: A. Peter Klimley

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226442495

Category: Science

Page: 524

View: 525

The Biology of Sharks and Rays is a comprehensive resource on the biological and physiological characteristics of the cartilaginous fishes: sharks, rays, and chimaeras. In sixteen chapters, organized by theme, A. Peter Klimley covers a broad spectrum of topics, including taxonomy, morphology, ecology, and physiology. For example, he explains the body design of sharks and why the ridged, toothlike denticles that cover their entire bodies are present on only part of the rays’ bodies and are absent from those of chimaeras. Another chapter explores the anatomy of the jaws and the role of the muscles and teeth in jaw extension, seizure, and handling of prey. The chapters are richly illustrated with pictures of sharks, diagrams of sensory organs, drawings of the body postures of sharks during threat and reproductive displays, and maps showing the extent of the species’ foraging range and long-distance migrations. Each chapter commences with an anecdote from the author about his own personal experience with the topic, followed by thought-provoking questions and a list of recommended readings in the scientific literature. The book will be a useful textbook for advanced ichthyology students as well as an encyclopedic source for those seeking a greater understanding of these fascinating creatures.
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Fowler s Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy Volume 7 E Book

Fowler s Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine Current Therapy  Volume 7   E Book

Carrier JC, Musick JA, Heithaus MR: Biology of sharks and their relatives, Boca
Raton, Fla, 2004, CRC Press. 5. Diaz JH: The epidemiology, evaluation, and
management of stingOf the various marine organisms, only marine mammals
have ...

Author: R. Eric Miller

Publisher: Elsevier Health Sciences

ISBN: 9781437719857

Category: Medical

Page: 688

View: 973

With coverage of current issues and emerging trends, Fowler's Zoo and Wild Animal Medicine, Volume 7 provides a comprehensive, all-new reference for the management of zoo and wildlife diseases. A Current Therapy format emphasizes the latest advances in the field, including nutrition, diagnosis, and treatment protocols. Cutting-edge coverage includes topics such as the "One Medicine" concept, laparoscopic surgery in elephants and rhinoceros, amphibian viral diseases, and advanced water quality evaluation for zoos. Editors R. Eric Miller and Murray E. Fowler promote a philosophy of animal conservation, bridging the gap between captive and free-ranging wild animal medicine with chapters contributed by more than 100 international experts. The Current Therapy format focuses on emerging trends, treatment protocols, and diagnostic updates new to the field, providing timely information on the latest advances in zoo and wild animal medicine. Content ranges from drug treatment, nutrition, husbandry, surgery, and imaging to behavioral training. Coverage of species ranges from giraffes, elephants, lions, and orangutans to sea turtles, hellbenders, bats, kakapos, and more. An extensive list of contributors includes recognized authors from around the world, offering expert information with chapters focusing on the latest research and clinical management of captive and free-ranging wild animals. A philosophy of animal conservation helps zoo and wildlife veterinarians fulfill not only the technical aspects of veterinary medicine, but contribute to the overall biological teams needed to rescue many threatened and endangered species from extinction. All content is new, with coverage including coverage of cutting-edge issues such as white-nose disease in bats, updates on Ebola virus in wild great apes, and chytrid fungus in amphibians. Full-color photographs depict external clinical signs for more accurate clinical recognition. Discussions of the "One Medicine" concept include chapters addressing the interface between wildlife, livestock, human, and ecosystem health. New sections cover Edentates, Marsupials, Carnivores, Perrissodactyla, and Camelids. Over 100 new tables provide a quick reference to a wide range of topics. An emphasis on conserving threatened and endangered species globally involves 102 expert authors representing 12 different countries.
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Biology of Fishes

Biology of Fishes

Academic Press: San Diego, CA. Carrier JC, Pratt HLJr, Castro JI (2004)
Reproductive biology of elasmobranchs. In: Biology of Sharks and their Relatives
, Carrier JC, Musick JA, Heithaus MR (eds), pp. 269– 286. CRC Press: Boca
Raton, FL.

Author: Quentin Bone

Publisher: Taylor & Francis

ISBN: 9781134186303

Category: Science

Page: 450

View: 544

The VitalBook e-book version of Biology of Fishes is only available only in the US and Canada at the present time. To purchase or rent please visit http://store.vitalsource.com/show/978-1-1341-8631-0. The Third Edition of Biology of Fishes is chiefly about fish as remarkably efficient machines for coping with the many problems that life in wat
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Special Issue Age and Growth of Chondrichthyan Fishes New Methods Techniques and Analysis

Special Issue  Age and Growth of Chondrichthyan Fishes  New Methods  Techniques and Analysis

The book chapter cited above in a book entitled ''Biology of Sharks and their
Relatives,'' edited by Carrier et al. (2004), reviewed the field of age and growth in
this group of fishes up to 2003. Although it has been less than two years since
this ...

Author: John K. Carlson

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9781402055706

Category: Science

Page: 213

View: 952

This volume offers a collection of papers on the quantitative assessment of age and growth in Chondrichthyan fishes. It details new hard parts for assessments of age, such as caudal thorns; new techniques like bomb radiocarbon for validation; and reexaminations of previous age and growth models. It also examines the importance of assessing the precision and accuracy of statistical formulas, analyses, and models used in age and growth studies.
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Sharks of the Shallows

Sharks of the Shallows

In this first-ever book dedicated to the sharks of this region, biologist Jeffrey C. Carrier reveals the captivating lives of these large marine predators and describes how they have survived for over 400 million years.

Author: Jeffrey C. Carrier

Publisher: JHU Press

ISBN: 9781421422954

Category: Science

Page: 212

View: 557

Agile, sleek, and precise, sharks display many qualities we can admire and appreciate. These marvels of evolution have adapted to thrive in every major aquatic realm on the planet, from frigid Arctic waters through temperate but stormy seas and on into the tropics. However, few places on Earth are home to the amazing diversity of shark species that beautify the shallow waters of Florida and the Bahamas. In this first-ever book dedicated to the sharks of this region, biologist Jeffrey C. Carrier reveals the captivating lives of these large marine predators and describes how they have survived for over 400 million years. Guiding readers through basic biology, key attributes, and identification tips, the book explores what makes sharks such successful apex predators. Carrier explains fascinating phenomena, including the reason for the bizarre shape of the hammerhead, how a bull shark is able to swim hundreds of miles up freshwater rivers, what lies behind sharks’ remarkable capability to learn and remember, and why many scientists believe that they are equipped with the most sophisticated sensory systems in the animal kingdom. With the stunning full-color underwater photography of Andy Murch, Jillian Morris, and Duncan Brake, Sharks of the Shallows brings boaters, fishers, divers, and shark lovers directly alongside these unfairly maligned creatures. And not a moment too soon! Sharks are experiencing stresses unlike any in their long history, and are struggling to survive in a changing ocean. They will continue to grace our coastlines only if we care enough to understand them.
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Sharks of the World

Sharks of the World

Sharks and their relatives II : biodiversity , adaptive physiology , and conservation
. CRC Press , Boca Raton , USA . Carrier , J.C. , Musick J.A. and Heithaus M.R. (
Eds ) . 2012. The biology of sharks and their relatives , 2nd Edition . CRC Press ...

Author: David A. Ebert

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822039646609

Category: Sharks

Page: 528

View: 536

The essential book for everyone interested in sharks, from the expert requiring a major reference work, to the layperson fascinated by their beauty, biology and diversity. Packed with unique colour illustrations, line drawings and photographs, the book is well-presented and easy to use. It is currently the only single guide to cover over 500 of the world's shark species. It incorporates the most recent taxonomic revisions of many shark families, featuring not only many species that were only described in recent years, but several more that are still awaiting their scientific names. Its production is timely. Overfishing and the shark fin trade have pushed sharks into the most threatened categories of marine animals. Their depletion has serious implications for the stability of marine ecosystems. Some species are now listed in international environmental agreements, including the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES), and they are becoming a management priority for many regional fisheries management organisations. Implementation of conservation and fisheries management measures, and international trade regulation is impossible without a good identification guide.
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Brazilian Journal of Oceanography

Brazilian Journal of Oceanography

Biology of sharks and their relatives . Boca Raton , Fla : CRC , 2004. p . 33-78 .
ODDONE , M. C .; PAESCH , L .; NORBIS , W. Reproductive biology and
seasonal distribution of Austelus schmitli ( Elasmobranchii , Triakidae ) in the Rio
de la ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: UCSD:31822009363920

Category: Marine biology

Page:

View: 623

Categories: Marine biology

Shark Nursery Grounds of the Gulf of Mexico and the East Coast Waters of the United States

Shark Nursery Grounds of the Gulf of Mexico and the East Coast Waters of the United States

The biology of sharks and their relatives . CRC Press , Boca Raton , Florida .
Simpfendorfer , C . A . , and N . E . Milward . 1993 . Utilisation of a tropical bay as
a nursery area by sharks of the families Carcharhinidae and Sphyrnidae .

Author: Camilla T. McCandless

Publisher: Amer Fisheries Society

ISBN: UOM:39015069037532

Category: Nature

Page: 390

View: 791

Categories: Nature

Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences

Group reproductive behaviors in free - living nurse sharks , Ginglymostoma
cirratum . Copeia , 1994 : 646–656 . Carrier , J.C. , Pratt , H.L. , and Castro , J.I.
2004. Reproductive biology of Elasmobranchs . In Biology of sharks and their
relatives .

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951P009654140

Category: Aquatic sciences

Page:

View: 670

Categories: Aquatic sciences

Sharks of the Open Ocean

Sharks of the Open Ocean

In : Sharks of the Open Ocean : Biology , Fisheries and Conservation ( eds . M . D
. Camhi ... Camhi , M . , Fowler , S . , Musick , J . , Bräutigam , A . and Fordham , S
. ( 1998 ) Sharks and Their Relatives : Ecology and Conservation . IUCN / SSC ...

Author: Ellen K. Pikitch

Publisher:

ISBN: UOM:39015073967963

Category: Sharks

Page: 320

View: 556

Categories: Sharks

Journal of the Royal Society Interface

Journal of the Royal Society  Interface

Ebert , D. A. 2003 Sharks , rays , and chimaeras of California . Berkeley , CA :
University of California Press . Grogan , E. D. & Lund , R. 2004 The origin and
relationships of early Chondrichthyes . In Biology of sharks and their relatives (
eds ...

Author:

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105123660396

Category: Life sciences

Page:

View: 815

Categories: Life sciences