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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 and 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

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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 and 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

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Lea, JSE, Humphries, NE, Bortoluzzi, J, Daly, R, Von Brandis, RG, Patel, E, Patel, E, Clarke, CR and 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. https://doi.org/10.3389/fmars.2020.00624

Lea, JSE, Wetherbee, BM, Sousa, LL, Aming, C, Burnie, N, Humphries, NE, Queiroz, N, Harvey, GM, Sims, DW and Shivji, MS 2018 Ontogenetic partial migration is associated with environmental drivers and influences fisheries interactions in a marine predator. ICES Journal of Marine Science, 75 (4). 1383-1392. https://doi.org/10.1093/icesjms/fsx238

Lea, JSE, Humphries, NE, von Brandis, RG, Clarke, CR and Sims, DW 2016 Acoustic telemetry and network analysis reveal the space use of multiple reef predators and enhance marine protected area design. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 283 (1834). 20160717. https://doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2016.0717

Lea, JSE, Humphries, NE, Clarke, CR and Sims, DW 2015 To Madagascar and back: long-distance, return migration across open ocean by a pregnant female bull shark Carcharhinus leucas [in special issue: FSBI Symposium. University of Plymouth, U.K. 27–31 July 2015] Journal of Fish Biology, 87 (6). 1313-1321. https://doi.org/10.1111/jfb.12805

Lea, JSE, Wetherbee, BM, Queiroz, N, Burnie, N, Aming, C, Sousa, LL, Mucientes, GR, Humphries, NE, Harvey, GM, Sims, DW and Shivji, MS 2015 Repeated, long-distance migrations by a philopatric predator targeting highly contrasting ecosystems. Scientific Reports, 5. 11202. https://doi.org/10.1038/srep11202

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