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  1. Queiroz, N; Humphries, NE; Couto, A; Vedor, M; Da Costa, I; Sequeira, AMM; Mucientes, G; Santos, AM; Abascal, FJ; Abercrombie, DL; Abrantes, K; Acuña-Marrero, D; Afonso, AS; Afonso, P; Anders, D; Araujo, G; Arauz, R; Bach, P; Barnett, A; Bernal, D; Berumen, ML; Lion, SB; Bezerra, NPA; Blaison, AV; Block, BA; Bond, ME; Bonfil, R; Bradford, RW; Braun, CD; Brooks, EJ; Brooks, A; Brown, J; Bruce, BD; Byrne, ME; Campana, SE; Carlisle, AB; Chapman, DD; Chapple, TK; Chisholm, J; Clarke, CR; Clua, EG; Cochran, JEM; Crochelet, EC; Dagorn, L; Daly, R; Cortés, DD; Doyle, TK; Drew, M; Duffy, CAJ; Erikson, T; Espinoza, E; Ferreira, LC; Ferretti, F; Filmalter, JD; Fischer, GC; Fitzpatrick, R; Fontes, J; Forget, F; Fowler, M; Francis, MP; Gallagher, AJ; Gennari, E; Goldsworthy, SD; Gollock, MJ; Green, JR; Gustafson, JA; Guttridge, TL; Guzman, HM; Hammerschlag, N; Harman, L; Hazin, FHV; Heard, M; Hearn, AR; Holdsworth, JC; Holmes, BJ; Howey, LA; Hoyos, M; Hueter, RE; Hussey, NE; Huveneers, C; Irion, DT; Jacoby, DMP; Jewell, OJD; Johnson, R; Jordan, LKB; Joyce, W; Daly, CAK; Ketchum, JT; Klimley, AP; Kock, AA; Koen, P; Ladino, F; Lana, FO; Lea, JSE; Llewellyn, F; Lyon, WS; MacDonnell, A; Macena, BCL; Marshall, H; McAllister, JD; Meÿer, MA; Morris, JJ; Nelson, ER; Papastamatiou, YP; Peñaherrera-Palma, C; Pierce, SJ; Poisson, F; Quintero, LM; Richardson, AJ; Rogers, PJ; Rohner, CA; Rowat, DRL; Samoilys, M; Semmens, JM; Sheaves, M; Shillinger, G; Shivji, M; Singh, S; Skomal, GB; Smale, MJ; Snyders, LB; Soler, G; Soria, M; Stehfest, KM; Thorrold, SR; Tolotti, MT; Towner, A; Travassos, P; Tyminski, JP; Vandeperre, F; Vaudo, JJ; Watanabe, YY; Weber, SB; Wetherbee, BM; White, TD; Williams, S; Zárate, PM; Harcourt, R; Hays, GC; Meekan, MG; Thums, M; Irigoien, X; Eguíluz, VM; Duarte, CM; Sousa, LL; Simpson, SJ; Southall, EJ; Sims, DW. 2021 Reply to: Shark mortality cannot be assessed by fishery overlap alone. Nature, 595 (7866). E8-E16. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03396-4

  2. Queiroz, N; Humphries, NE; Couto, A; Vedor, M; Da Costa, I; Sequeira, AMM; Mucientes, G; Santos, AM; Abascal, FJ; Abercrombie, DL; Abrantes, K; Acuña-Marrero, D; Afonso, AS; Afonso, P; Anders, D; Araujo, G; Arauz, R; Bach, P; Barnett, A; Bernal, D; Berumen, ML; Lion, SB; Bezerra, NPA; Blaison, AV; Block, BA; Bond, ME; Bonfil, R; Braun, CD; Brooks, EJ; Brooks, A; Brown, J; Byrne, ME; Campana, SE; Carlisle, AB; Chapman, DD; Chapple, TK; Chisholm, J; Clarke, CR; Clua, EG; Cochran, JEM; Crochelet, EC; Dagorn, L; Daly, R; Cortés, DD; Doyle, TK; Drew, M; Duffy, CAJ; Erikson, T; Espinoza, E; Ferreira, LC; Ferretti, F; Filmalter, JD; Fischer, GC; Fitzpatrick, R; Fontes, J; Forget, F; Fowler, M; Francis, MP; Gallagher, AJ; Gennari, E; Goldsworthy, SD; Gollock, MJ; Green, JR; Gustafson, JA; Guttridge, TL; Guzman, HM; Hammerschlag, N; Harman, L; Hazin, FHV; Heard, M; Hearn, AR; Holdsworth, JC; Holmes, BJ; Howey, LA; Hoyos, M; Hueter, RE; Hussey, NE; Huveneers, C; Irion, DT; Jacoby, DMP; Jewell, OJD; Johnson, R; Jordan, LKB; Joyce, W; Daly, CAK; Ketchum, JT; Klimley, AP; Kock, AA; Koen, P; Ladino, F; Lana, FO; Lea, JSE; Llewellyn, F; Lyon, WS; MacDonnell, A; Macena, BCL; Marshall, H; McAllister, JD; Meÿer, MA; Morris, JJ; Nelson, ER; Papastamatiou, YP; Peñaherrera-Palma, C; Pierce, SJ; Poisson, F; Quintero, LM; Richardson, AJ; Rogers, PJ; Rohner, CA; Rowat, DRL; Samoilys, M; Semmens, JM; Sheaves, M; Shillinger, G; Shivji, M; Singh, S; Skomal, GB; Smale, MJ; Snyders, LB; Soler, G; Soria, M; Stehfest, KM; Thorrold, SR; Tolotti, MT; Towner, A; Travassos, P; Tyminski, JP; Vandeperre, F; Vaudo, JJ; Watanabe, YY; Weber, SB; Wetherbee, BM; White, TD; Williams, S; Zárate, PM; Harcourt, R; Hays, GC; Meekan, MG; Thums, M; Irigoien, X; Eguíluz, VM; Duarte, CM; Sousa, LL; Simpson, SJ; Southall, EJ; Sims, DW. 2021 Reply to: Caution over the use of ecological big data for conservation. Nature, 595 (7866). E20-E28. https://doi.org/10.1038/s41586-021-03464-9

  3. Vedor, M; Mucientes, G; Hernandez-Chan, S; Rosa, R; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW; Queiroz, N. 2021 Oceanic Diel Vertical Movement Patterns of Blue Sharks Vary With Water Temperature and Productivity to Change Vulnerability to Fishing. Frontiers in Marine Science, 8. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2021.688076

  4. Simpson, SJ; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW. 2021 Habitat selection, fine-scale spatial partitioning and sexual segregation in Rajidae, determined using passive acoustic telemetry. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 666. 115-134. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps13701

  5. 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. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.fishres.2020.105569

  6. 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. https://doi.org/10.1111/2041-210X.13507

  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. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.62508

  8. Hays, GC; Carmichael, RH; Casale, P; Chiaradia, A; Costa, DP; Cuevas, E; Duarte, CM; Humphries, NE; Sims, DW; Sequeira, AMM. 2019 Translating Marine Animal Tracking Data into Conservation Policy and Management. Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 34 (5). 459-473. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.tree.2019.01.009

  9. Sims, DW; Humphries, NE; Hu, N; Medan, V; Berni, J. 2019 Optimal searching behaviour generated intrinsically by the central pattern generator for locomotion. eLife, 8, e50316. https://doi.org/10.7554/eLife.50316

  10. Humphries, NE; Simpson, SJ; Wearmouth, VJ; Sims, DW. 2016 Two’s company, three’s a crowd: fine-scale habitat partitioning by depth among sympatric species of marine mesopredator. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 561. 173-187. https://doi.org/10.3354/meps11937