Professor David Sims

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  1. Simpson, SJ; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW. 2020 The spatial ecology of Rajidae from mark-recapture tagging and its implications for assessing fishery interactions and efficacy of Marine Protected Areas. Fisheries Research, 228, 105569.

  2. Sims, DW; Mucientes, Q; Queiroz, N. 2021 Shortfin mako sharks speeding to the brink. SCIENCE, 371 (6527). 355.

  3. O'Toole, M; Queiroz, N; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW; Sequeira, AMM. 2020 Quantifying effects of tracking data bias on species distribution models. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 12 (1). 170-181.

  4. Gallagher, AJ; Amon, DJ; Bervoets, T; Shipley, ON; Hammerschlag, N; Sims, DW. 2020 The Caribbean needs big marine protected areas. Science, 367 (6479). 749.

  5. Sims, DW; Frost, MT. 2019 Trade in mislabeled endangered sharks.. Science, 364 (6442). 743-744.

  6. Simpson, SJ; Sims, DW; Trueman, CN. 2019 Ontogenetic trends in resource partitioning and trophic geography of sympatric skates (Rajidae) inferred from stable isotope composition across eye lenses. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 624. 103-116.

  7. Vedor, M; Queiroz, N; Da Costa, I; Dos Santos, A; Vandeperre, F; Fontes, J; Afonso, P; Rosa, R; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW et al. 2021 Climate-driven deoxygenation elevates fishing vulnerability for the ocean’s widest ranging shark. eLife, 10, e62508.

  8. Lea, JSE; Humphries, NE; Bortoluzzi, J; Daly, R; Von Brandis, RG; Patel, E; Patel, E; Clarke, CR; Sims, DW. 2020 At the Turn of the Tide: Space Use and Habitat Partitioning in Two Sympatric Shark Species Is Driven by Tidal Phase. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7, 624.

  9. Sequeira, AMM; O'Toole, M; Keates, TR; McDonnell, LH; Braun, CD; Hoenner, X; Jaine, FRA; Jonsen, ID; Newman, P; Sims, DW et al. 2021 A standardisation framework for bio-logging data to advance ecological research and conservation. Methods in Ecology and Evolution, 12. 996-1007.

  10. Sims, DW; Lieber, L; Hall, G; Hall, J; Berrow, S; Wintner, SP; Doherty, PD; Godley, BJ; Hawkes, LA; Witt, MJ et al. 2020 Spatio-temporal genetic tagging of a cosmopolitan planktivorous shark provides insight to gene flow, temporal variation and site-specific re-encounters. Scientific Reports, 10, 1661.