Scientific Papers that Include Manx Basking Shark Watch Research

Scientific Papers Including Manx Basking Shark Watch Research

  1. Gore et al 2008: Gore Mauvis A, David Rowat, Jackie Hall, Fiona R. Gell and Rupert Ormond. Transatlantic migration and deep mid-ocean diving by basking shark. Biol Lett. dpi.1098/rsbl.2008.0147. 
  2. Hall, J., Stone E., Gell F and Hanley L. (2012) Basking Sharks: Manx Marine Environmental Asessment. Ecology/ Biodiversity, Protected Species. Chapter 3.5 http://www.gov.im/lib/docs/transport/planning/msp/baskingshark.pdf
  3. Hardman et al 2008: Hardman H, D. Bilton, L. Noble, D.Sims 2011 BSc hons, University of Plymouth: ‘Concordance of genetic and fin photo identification in the basking shark Cetorhinus maximus in the Noth East Atlantic.’
  4. Leiber et al 2013: Lillian Leiber, Simon Berrow, Emmett Johnston, Graham Hall, Jackie Hall, Chrysta Gubili, David Sims, Cath Jones, Les Noble: Mucus: aiding elasmobranch conservation through non-invasive genetic sampling. Endangered Species Research: vol 21:215-222. dpi:10.3354/esr00524. http://www.mba.ac.uk/simslab/wp-content/uploads/2013/03/Lieber-etal_SharkMucusGeneticSampling_ESR2013.pdf 
  5. Stephan et al 2010 E. Stephan, H. Gadenne, A.Jung, A. Lafranc, J.Hall, G. Hall, S. Bessudo, G.Soler, F.Royer, B. Calmettes. Galway EEZ 2010. Satellite Tracking of Basking Sharks in the North East Atlantic.
  6. Stephan et al 2011: http://www.asso-apecs.org/IMG/pdf/Final_report_-_Sur_les_traces_du_requin_pelerin_-_Feb_2011.pdf