Sharks: VIMS Journal Articles

The following list is based on a search of VIMS-authored research articles from Thomson Reuters' Web of Science© using the keyword and abstract term shark. The list is updated at least biannually.

  1. Marcek, B.J. and J.E. Graves, An Estimate of Postrelease Mortality of School-Size Bluefin Tuna in the U.S. Recreational Troll Fishery. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 2014. 34(3): p. 602-608. http://doi.org/10.1080/02755947.2014.902411
  2. Kalinoski, M., et al., Spectral sensitivity, luminous sensitivity, and temporal resolution of the visual systems in three sympatric temperate coastal shark species. Journal of Comparative Physiology a-Neuroethology Sensory Neural and Behavioral Physiology, 2014. 200(12): p. 997-1013. http://doi.org/10.1007/s00359-014-0950-y
  3. Dulvy, N.K., et al., Extinction risk and conservation of the world's sharks and rays. Elife, 2014. 3. ARTN e00590 http://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.00590
  4. Cotton, C.F., et al., Assessment of radiometric dating for age validation of deep-water dogfish (Order: Squaliformes) finspines. Fisheries Research, 2014. 151: p. 107-113. http://doi.org/10.1016/J.Fishres.2013.10.014
  5. Bassos-Hull, K., et al., Life history and seasonal occurrence of the spotted eagle ray, Aetobatus narinari, in the eastern Gulf of Mexico. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2014. 97(9): p. 1039-1056. http://doi.org/10.1007/S10641-014-0294-Z
  6. Romine, J.G., J.A. Musick, and R.A. Johnson, Compensatory Growth of the Sandbar Shark in the Western North Atlantic Including the Gulf of Mexico. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 2013. 5(1): p. 189-199. http://doi.org/10.1080/19425120.2013.793631
  7. Fisher, R.A., G.C. Call, and R.D. Grubbs, Age, Growth, and Reproductive Biology of Cownose Rays in Chesapeake Bay. Marine and Coastal Fisheries, 2013. 5(1): p. 224-235. http://doi.org/10.1080/19425120.2013.812587
  8. Verissimo, A., J.R. McDowell, and J.E. Graves, Genetic population structure and connectivity in a commercially exploited and wide-ranging deepwater shark, the leafscale gulper (Centrophorus squamosus). Marine and Freshwater Research, 2012. 63(6): p. 505-512. http://doi.org/10.1071/Mf11237
  9. Lynch, P.D., K.W. Shertzer, and R.J. Latour, Performance of methods used to estimate indices of abundance for highly migratory species. Fisheries Research, 2012. 125: p. 27-39. http://doi.org/10.1016/J.Fishres.2012.02.005
  10. Verissimo, A., et al., Isolation and characterization of ten nuclear microsatellite loci for the Portuguese dogfish Centroscymnus coelolepis. Conservation Genetics Resources, 2011. 3(2): p. 299-301. 10.1007/s12686-010-9347-6
  11. Verissimo, A., J.R. McDowell, and J.E. Graves, Population structure of a deep-water squaloid shark, the Portuguese dogfish (Centroscymnus coelolepis). ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2011. 68(3): p. 555-563. 10.1093/icesjms/fsr003
  12. Verissimo, A., et al., Frequency of Multiple Paternity in the Spiny Dogfish Squalus acanthias in the Western North Atlantic. Journal of Heredity, 2011. 102(1): p. 88-93. http://doi.org/10.1093/Jhered/Esq084
  13. Newman, M.C., et al., High Mercury Concentrations Reflect Trophic Ecology of Three Deep-Water Chondrichthyans. Archives of Environmental Contamination and Toxicology, 2011. 60(4): p. 618-625. 10.1007/s00244-010-9584-4
  14. Musyl, M.K., et al., Performance of pop-up satellite archival tags. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 2011. 433: p. 1-U58. 10.3354/meps09202
  15. Musyl, M.K., et al., Postrelease survival, vertical and horizontal movements, and thermal habitats of five species of pelagic sharks in the central Pacific Ocean. Fishery Bulletin, 2011. 109(4): p. 341-368.
  16. Cotton, C.F., et al., Age, growth and reproduction of a common deep-water shark, shortspine spurdog (Squalus cf. mitsukurii), from Hawaiian waters. Marine and Freshwater Research, 2011. 62(7): p. 811-822. http://doi.org/10.1071/Mf10307
  17. Verissimo, A., J.R. Mcdowell, and J.E. Graves, Global population structure of the spiny dogfish Squalus acanthias, a temperate shark with an antitropical distribution. Molecular ecology, 2010. 19(8): p. 1651-1662. http://doi.org/10.1111/J.1365-294x.2010.04598.X
  18. Portnoy, D.S., et al., World phylogeography and male-mediated gene flow in the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus. Molecular ecology, 2010. 19(10): p. 1994-2010. http://doi.org/10.1111/J.1365-294x.2010.04626.X
  19. Gallagher, A.J., et al., Blood Gas, Oxygen Saturation, pH, and Lactate Values in Elasmobranch Blood Measured with a Commercially Available Portable Clinical Analyzer and Standard Laboratory Instruments. Journal of Aquatic Animal Health, 2010. 22(4): p. 229-234. http://doi.org/10.1577/H10-012.1
  20. Conrath, C.L. and J.A. Musick, Residency, space use and movement patterns of juvenile sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus) within a Virginia summer nursery area. Marine and Freshwater Research, 2010. 61(2): p. 223-235. http://doi.org/10.1071/Mf09078
  21. Romine, J.G., J.A. Musick, and G.H. Burgess, Demographic analyses of the dusky shark, Carcharhinus obscurus, in the Northwest Atlantic incorporating hooking mortality estimates and revised reproductive parameters. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2009. 84(3): p. 277-289. http://doi.org/10.1007/S10641-008-9435-6
  22. Portnoy, D.S., et al., Effective size closely approximates the census size in the heavily exploited western Atlantic population of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus. Conservation Genetics, 2009. 10(6): p. 1697-1705. http://doi.org/10.1007/S10592-008-9771-2
  23. Musyl, M.K., et al., Factors influencing mortality estimates in post-release survival studies. Marine Ecology-Progress Series, 2009. 396: p. 157-159. http://doi.org/10.3354/Meps08432
  24. Brill, R., et al., The repulsive and feeding-deterrent effects of electropositive metals on juvenile sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus). Fishery Bulletin, 2009. 107(3): p. 298-307.
  25. Dulvy, N.K., et al., You can swim but you can't hide: the global status and conservation of oceanic pelagic sharks and rays. Aquatic Conservation-Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 2008. 18(5): p. 459-482. http://doi.org/10.1002/Aqc.975
  26. Conrath, C.L. and J.A. Musick, Investigations into depth and temperature habitat utilization and overwintering grounds of juvenile sandbar sharks, Carcharhinus plumbeus: the importance of near shore North Carolina waters. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2008. 82(2): p. 123-131. http://doi.org/10.1007/S10641-007-9263-0
  27. Brill, R., et al., Effects of anaerobic exercise accompanying catch-and-release fishing on blood-oxygen affinity of the sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus, Nardo). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 2008. 354(1): p. 132-143. http://doi.org/10.1016/J.Jembe.2007.10.011
  28. Portnoy, D.S., et al., Genetic polyandry and sexual conflict in the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus, in the western North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. Molecular Ecology, 2007. 16(1): p. 187-197.
  29. Gedamke, T., et al., Using demographic models to determine intrinsic rate of increase and sustainable fishing for elasmobranchs: Pitfalls, advances, and applications. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 2007. 27(2): p. 605-618.
  30. Ellis, J.K. and J.A. Musick, Ontogenetic changes in the diet of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus, in lower Chesapeake Bay and Virginia (USA) coastal waters. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2007. 80(1): p. 51-67.
  31. Conrath, C.L. and J.A. Musick, The sandbar shark summer nursery within bays and lagoons of the eastern shore of Virginia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 2007. 136(4): p. 999-1007.
  32. Romine, J.G., R.D. Grubbs, and J.A. Musick, Age and growth of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus, in Hawaiian waters through vertebral analysis. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2006. 77(3-4): p. 229-239.
  33. Portnoy, D.S., et al., Isolation and characterization of five dinucleotide microsatellite loci in the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus. Molecular Ecology Notes, 2006. 6(2): p. 431-433.
  34. Moyes, C.D., et al., Predicting postrelease survival in large pelagic fish. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 2006. 135(5): p. 1389-1397.
  35. Hueter, R.E., et al., Assessing mortality of released or discarded fish using a logistic model of relative survival derived from tagging data. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 2006. 135(2): p. 500-508.
  36. Haines, A.N., M.F. Flajnik, and J.P. Wourms, Histology and immunology of the placenta in the Atlantic sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae. Placenta, 2006. 27(11-12): p. 1114-1123.
  37. Goldman, K.J. and J.A. Musick, Growth and maturity of salmon sharks (Lamna ditropis) in the eastern and western North Pacific, and comments on back-calculation methods. Fishery Bulletin, 2006. 104(2): p. 278-292.
  38. Goldman, K.J., S. Branstetter, and J.A. Musick, A re-examination of the age and growth of sand tiger sharks, Carcharias taurus, in the western North Atlantic: the importance of ageing protocols and use of multiple back-calculation techniques. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2006. 77(3-4): p. 241-252.
  39. Dowd, W.W., et al., Estimating consumption rates of juvenile sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus) in Chesapeake Bay, Virginia, using a bioenergetics model. Fishery Bulletin, 2006. 104(3): p. 332-342.
  40. Dowd, W.W., et al., Standard and routine metabolic rates of juvenile sandbar sharks (Carcharhinus plumbeus), including the effects of body mass and acute temperature change. Fishery Bulletin, 2006. 104(3): p. 323-331.
  41. Williams, J. and E. Burreson, Revision of the genus Bdellamaris (Hirudinea : Piscicolidae) including a new combination, Bdellamaris manteri. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 2005. 39(6): p. 1331-1337.
  42. Horodysky, A.Z. and J.E. Graves, Application of pop-up satellite archival tag technology to estimate postrelease survival of white marlin (Tetrapturus albidus) caught on circle and straight-shank ("J") hooks in the western North Atlantic recreational fishery. Fishery Bulletin, 2005. 103(1): p. 84-96.
  43. Burgess, G.H., et al., Is the collapse of shark populations in the Northwest Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico real? Fisheries, 2005. 30(10): p. 19-26.
  44. Musick, J.A. and J.K. Ellis, Constraints on sustainable marine fisheries in the United States: A look at the record. Sustainable Management of North American Fisheries, 2004. 43: p. 45-66.
  45. Kerstetter, D.W., J.J. Polovina, and J.E. Graves, Evidence of shark predation and scavenging on fishes equipped with pop-up satellite archival tags. Fishery Bulletin, 2004. 102(4): p. 750-756.
  46. Goldman, K.J., et al., Homeothermy in adult salmon sharks, Lamna ditropis. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2004. 71(4): p. 403-411.
  47. Hamlett, W.C., et al., Uterine epithelial-sperm interaction, endometrial cycle and sperm storage in the terminal zone of the oviducal gland in the placental smoothhound, Mustelus canis. Journal of Experimental Zoology, 2002. 292(2): p. 129-144.
  48. Conrath, C.L. and J.A. Musick, Reproductive biology of the smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, in the northwest Atlantic Ocean. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2002. 64(4): p. 367-377.
  49. Conrath, C.L., J. Gelsleichter, and J.A. Musick, Age and growth of the smooth dogfish (Mustelus canis) in the northwest Atlantic Ocean. Fishery Bulletin, 2002. 100(4): p. 674-682.
  50. Lowe, C.G. and K.J. Goldman, Thermal and bioenergetics of elasmobranchs: bridging the gap. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2001. 60(1-3): p. 251-266.
  51. Gruber, S.H., J.R.C. de Marignac, and J.M. Hoenig, Survival of juvenile lemon sharks at Bimini, Bahamas, estimated by mark-depletion experiments. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 2001. 130(3): p. 376-384.
  52. Anderson, S.D. and K.J. Goldman, Temperature measurements from salmon sharks, Lamna ditropis, in Alaskan waters. Copeia, 2001(3): p. 794-796.
  53. Yano, K. and J.A. Musick, The effect of the mesoparasitic barnacle Anelasma on the development of reproductive organs of deep-sea squaloid sharks, Centroscyllium and Etmopterus. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 2000. 59(3): p. 329-339.
  54. Goldman, K.J. and S.D. Anderson, Space utilization and swimming depth of white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, at the South Farallon Islands, central California. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 1999. 56(4): p. 351-364.
  55. Gelsleichter, J., J.A. Musick, and S. Nichols, Food habits of the smooth dogfish, Mustelus canis, dusky shark, Carcharhinus obscurus, Atlantic sharpnose shark, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae, and the sand tiger, Carcharias taurus, from the northwest Atlantic Ocean. Environmental Biology of Fishes, 1999. 54(2): p. 205-217.
  56. Gelsleichter, J., A. Piercy, and J.A. Musick, Evaluation of copper, iron and lead substitution techniques in elasmobranch age determination. Journal of Fish Biology, 1998. 53(3): p. 465-470.
  57. Gelsleichter, J., et al., Use of calcein as a fluorescent marker for elasmobranch vertebral cartilage. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 1997. 126(5): p. 862-865.
  58. Sminkey, T.R. and J.A. Musick, Demographic analysis of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus in the western North Atlantic. Fishery Bulletin, 1996. 94(2): p. 341-347.
  59. Heist, E.J., J.A. Musick, and J.E. Graves, Genetic population structure of the shortfin mako (Isurus oxyrinchus) inferred from restriction fragment length polymorphism analysis of mitochondrial DMA. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 1996. 53(3): p. 583-588.
  60. Heist, E.J., J.A. Musick, and J.E. Graves, Mitochondrial DNA diversity and divergence among sharpnose sharks, Rhizoprionodon terraenovae, from the Gulf of Mexico and Mid-Atlantic bight. Fishery Bulletin, 1996. 94(4): p. 664-668.
  61. Hamlett, W.C., et al., Ultrastructure of uterine trophonemata, accommodation for uterolactation, and gas exchange in the southern stingray, Dasyatis americana. Canadian Journal of Zoology-Revue Canadienne De Zoologie, 1996. 74(8): p. 1417-1430.
  62. Sminkey, T.R. and J.A. Musick, Age and growth of the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus, before and after population depletion. Copeia, 1995(4): p. 871-883.
  63. Heist, E.J., J.E. Graves, and J.A. Musick, Population genetics of the sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) in the gulf of Mexico and mid-Atlantic Bight. Copeia, 1995(3): p. 555-562.
  64. Branstetter, S. and J.A. Musick, Age and Growth-Estimates for the Sand Tiger in the Northwestern Atlantic-Ocean. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society, 1994. 123(2): p. 242-254.
  65. Keinath, J.A. and J.A. Musick, Movements and Diving Behavior of a Leatherback Turtle, Dermochelys-Coriacea. Copeia, 1993(4): p. 1010-1017.
  66. Yano, K. and J.A. Musick, Comparison of Morphometrics of Atlantic and Pacific Specimens of the False Catshark, Pseudotriakis-Microdon, with Notes on Stomach Contents. Copeia, 1992(3): p. 877-886.
  67. Yano, K. and J.A. Musick, Comparison of Morphometrics of Atlantic and Pacific Specimens of the False Catshark, Pseudotriakis microdon, with Notes on Stomach Contents. Copeia, 1992(3): p. 877-886.
  68. Raschi, W. and C. Tabit, Functional-Aspects of Placoid Scales - a Review and Update. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research, 1992. 43(1): p. 123-147.
  69. Eggleston, D.B. and R.N. Lipcius, Shelter Selection by Spiny Lobster under Variable Predation Risk, Social Conditions, and Shelter Size. Ecology, 1992. 73(3): p. 992-1011.
  70. Musick, J.A., C.R. Tabit, and D.A. Evans, Body-Surface Area in Galeoid Sharks. Copeia, 1990(4): p. 1130-1133.