And thanks, David, for sending these questions!
First watch this. And then read this: Characterizing the bull shark Carcharhinus leucas habitat in Fiji by the chemical and isotopic compositions of their teeth. See also on Mike’s blog.
This is a big, big day for shark conservation in Fiji (and in general)! The Shark Reef Marine Reserve is now a National Marine Park. Thank you Mike!
Happy to share this with you: Know your instruments: ensuring that depth and temparture data from pop-up satellite archival tags are reported correctly.
The supplementary files can be found here.
First read this: Global economic value of shark ecotourism: implications for conservation. Then this. More, as always, on Mike’s blog.
Another dataset from Fiji analyzed: Long-term changes in species composition and relative abundances of sharks at a provisioning site.
See also Mike’s blog for more on this.