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Browsing publications by Professor Per Berggren

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Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Per Berggren
Comparison of local knowledge and researcher-led observations for wildlife exploitation assessment and management.2020
Dr Liangliang Yang
Matthew Sharpe
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Per Berggren
Description and classification of echolocation clicks of Indian Ocean humpback (Sousa plumbea) and Indo-Pacific bottlenose (Tursiops aduncus) dolphins from Menai Bay, Zanzibar, East Africa2020
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Ellen Barrowclift-Mahon
Professor Per Berggren
Life-history, exploitation and extinction risk of the data-poor Baraka's whipray (Maculabatis ambigua) in small-scale tropical fisheries2020
Ellen Barrowclift-Mahon
Professor Per Berggren
Dr Andrew Temple
Revision of the sixgill sawsharks, genus Pliotrema (Chondrichthyes, Pristiophoriformes), with descriptions of two new species and a redescription of P. warreni Regan2020
Professor Per Berggren
Dr Andrew Temple
We’ve just discovered two new shark species – but they may already be threatened by fishing2020
Professor Per Berggren
Bycatch in gillnet fisheries threatens Critically Endangered small cetaceans and other aquatic megafauna2019
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Per Berggren
Dr Helene Magalon
Genetic population structure and demography of an apex predator, the tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier2019
Matthew Sharpe
Professor Per Berggren
Indian Ocean humpback dolphin in the Menai Bay off the south coast of Zanzibar, East Africa is Critically Endangered2019
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Selina Stead
Professor Per Berggren
Marine megafauna catch in southwestern Indian Ocean small-scale fisheries from landings data2019
Dr Andrew Temple
Professor Per Berggren
Population structure, connectivity, and demographic history of an apex marine predator, the bull shark Carcharhinus leucas 2019
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