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Since 2006, scientists working at the Cape Eleuthera Institute have produced scholarship on a wide range of topics in the fields of marine and ecological sciences. Learn more about the work of our researchers and scholars.

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Natascha Wosnick, Eric V.C. Schneider (2024). Expanding records of occurrence of the whale shark (Rhincodon typus) in The Bahamas and a call for sustainable tourism practices. Journal of Fish Biology.

Brendan S. Talwar, Edward J. Brooks, Debra L. Abercrombie, Brenda Anderson, Mark E. Bond, Annabelle M. L. Brooks, Demian D. Chapman, Gina M. Clementi, Candace Y. A. Fields, Jim Gelsleichter, R. Dean Grubbs, Lucy A. Howey, Lance K. B. Jordan, Jeremy J. Kiszka, Ryan J. Knotek, Yannis P. Papastamatiou, Cheston T. Peterson, Eric V. C. Schneider, Oliver N. Shipley, Sean Williams, Maggie M. Winchester, and Michael R. Heithaus (2024). Insights into the Relative Abundance, Life History, and Ecology of Oceanic Sharks in the Eastern Bahamas. MDPI.

Shipley ON, Bruce NL, Higgs ND, Rawlins S, Irschick DJ, Gutierrez R, Moyer JK, Violich M, Talwar BS, Schneider EV, Robinson NJ, Brooks EJ (2024). A new species of deep-sea Booralana Bruce, 1986 (Crustacea: Isopoda: Cirolanidae) from The Bahamas, Western North Atlantic. Zootaxa.


E S Porter, A K Gamperl (2023) Seasonal temperatures in South Eleuthera, The Bahamas, have considerable impacts on the cardiorespiratory function and swimming performance of Nassau grouper (Epinephelus striatus). Conservation Physiology, 11(1):coad086.

Eric V. C. SchneiderBrendan S. Talwar, Shaun S. Killen, Samantha Russell, Travis E. Van Leeuwen, David M. Bailey (2023) Colonization, diversity, and seasonality of fishes at pelagic fish aggregating devices. Journal of Fish Biology.

Sarah M. Luongo, Eric V. C. Schneider, Alastair R. Harborne, Steven T. Kessel, Yannis P. Papastamatiou (2023). Habitat-specific impacts of climate change on the trophic demand of a marine predator. Ecology.

Elvidge CK, Brittain C, Szekeres P, Thomas C and Cooke SJ (2023) A field test of the “graveyard hypothesis” reveals avoidance of chemical but not visual cues in Bahamian queen conch (Aliger gigas). Behavioural Processes, 210:104914.

Zeinert LRAdams A, Burchell M, Robinson N and McGaw IJ (2023) Population Structure and Size at Maturity of the Caribbean Spider Crab, Maguimithrax spinosissimus, around Eleuthera, The BahamasCaribbean Naturalist, 91.

Constant N, Bolten A.B, Johnson R.A, Brooks A.M.L, Bjorndal K.A (2023) Dynamics and aging of green turtle grazing plots at two Caribbean seagrass meadows. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 705:109-125.

Simpfendorfer, C.A., Heithaus, M.R., … Brooks, E.J. et al.  (2023) Widespread diversity deficits of coral reef sharks and raysScience: 380(6650), pp.1155-1160.

Schneider, E.V.Zuckerman, Z.C.Talwar, B.S., Cooke, S.J., Schultz, A.D. and Suski, C.D. (2023) Aerobic response to thermal stress across ontogeny and habitats in a teleost fishJournal of Fish Biology: [online first]

Mills, S. K., Rotger, A., Brooks, A. M., Paladino, F. V., & Robinson, N. J. (2023) Photo identification for sea turtles: Flipper scales more accurate than head scales using APHISJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology: 566, 151923.

Watkins, H.V., Munger, R.B. and Côté, I.M. (2023) Effects of sea cucumber fishing on tropical seagrass productivity. Ecosphere, 14(5), p.e4543.

Talwar, B.S., Bond, M.E., Williams, S.Brooks, E.J., Chapman, D.D., Howey, L.A., Knotek, R. and Gelsleichter, J.(2023) Reproductive timing and putative mating behavior of the oceanic whitetip shark Carcharhinus longimanus in the eastern BahamasEndangered Species Research: 50, pp.181-194.


Piacenza SEH, Piacenza JR, Faller KJ II, Robinson NJ, Siegfried TR (2022) Design and fabrication of a stereo-video camera equipped unoccupied aerial vehicle for measuring sea turtles, sharks, and other marine fauna. PLOS ONE 17(10): e0276382. 

Robinson, N. J., Mills, S., St Andrews, L., Sundstrom, A., Thibodeau, J., Yaney-Keller, A., & Gatto, C. R. (2022). Representation in sea turtle science: Slow progress towards gender equity and globalization revealed from thirty years of symposium abstracts. Frontiers in Marine Science, 9:943056.

Irschick, D.J., Christiansen, F., Hammerschlag, N., Martin, J., Madsen, P., Wyneken, J., Brooks, A., Gleiss, A., Fossette, S., Siler, C., Gamble, T., Fish, F., Siebert, U., Patel, J., Xu, Z., Kalogerakis, E., Medina, J., Mukherji, A., Mandica, M., Zotos, S., Detwiler, J., Perot, B., Lauder, G., 3D Visualization Processes for Recreating and Studying Organismal Form, ISCIENCE (2022).

Knotek, R.J., Brooks, E.J., Howey, L.A., Gelsleichter, J.G., Talwar, B.S.Winchester, M.M., Jordan, L.K., Williams, S., Bond, M.E., Brooks, A.M. and Shipley, O.N., 2022. Merging technologies and supervised classification methods to quantify capture behavior on hook-and-line. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology555, p.151782.

Talwar, B. S., Anderson B., … & Schneider, E.V.C., Simpson, N., Dulvy, N.K. (2022) Extinction risk, reconstructed catches and management of chondrichthyan fishes in the Western Central Atlantic Ocean.

Talwar, B. S., Bradley, D., Berry, C., Bond, M. E., Bouyoucos, I. A., Brooks, A. M., Raguse, C., Schneider, E. V. C., … & Brooks, E. J. (2022). Estimated life-history traits and movements of the Caribbean reef shark (Carcharhinus perezi) in The Bahamas based on tag-recapture dataMarine Biology169(5):1-19.

Postaire, B. D., Feldheim, K. A., Clementi, G. M., Quinlan, J., van Zinnicq Bergmann, M. P. M., Brooks, E. J., … & Chapman, D. D. (2022). Small localized breeding populations in a widely distributed coastal shark species. Conservation Genetics, 23(1):51-61.

Talwar, B. S., Anderson, B., Avalos-Castillo, C. G., del Pilar Blanco-Parra, M., Briones, A., Cardeñosa, D., … Schneider, E. V… & Dulvy, N. K. (2022). Extinction risk, reconstructed catches, and management of chondrichthyan fishes in the Western Central Atlantic OceanbioRxiv.

Miller, M. W., Latijnhouwers, K. R., Bickel, A., Mendoza‐Quiroz, S., Schick, M., Burton, K., & Banaszak, A. T. (2022). Settlement yields in large‐scale in situ culture of Caribbean coral larvae for restoration. Restoration Ecology30(3):e13512.

Odzer, M. N., Brooks, A. M. L., Heithaus, M. R., and Whitman, E. R. (2022). Effects of environmental factors on the detection of subsurface green turtles in aerial drone surveys. Wildlife Research 49, 79–88


Brooks, A.M.L., Whitman, E., Connett, S., Bjorndal, K. 2001.’Bahamas’. In: Nalovic, M.A., Ceriani, S.A., Fuentes, M.M.P.B., Pfaller, J.B., Wildermann, N.E., Uribe-Martínez, A., Cuevas, E. (eds.) (2021), Sea turtles in the North Atlantic & Wider Caribbean Region. MTSG Annual Regional Report 2021. Report to the IUCN SSC Marine Turtle Specialist Group.

St. Andrews, L. C., Hoefer, S., Boyd, L., Paladino, F. V., & Robinson, N. J. (2021). Healing of Skin Biopsies in Wild Juvenile Green Turtles, Chelonia mydas. Chelonian Conservation and Biology: Celebrating 25 Years as the World’s Turtle and Tortoise Journal20(2), 300-303.

Boyd, L., Zardus JD, Knauer CM and Wood LD (2021) Evidence for Host Selectivity and Specialization by Epizoic Chelonibia Barnacles Between Hawksbill and Green Sea Turtles. Front. Ecol. Evol. 9:807237. doi: 10.3389/fevo.2021.807237

Odzer, M. N., Brooks, A. M. L., Heithaus, M. R., and Whitman, E. R. (2022). Effects of environmental factors on the detection of subsurface green turtles in aerial drone surveys. Wildlife Research 49, 79–88

Louda, J.W., Singh White, A.J., and Brooks, A.M.L. 2021. Pigment-Based Chemotaxonomy of Seagrass Epiphyte Communities; Variables to Consider and uses in Ecosystem Assessment and Monitoring. Examines Mar Biol Oceanogr. 4(3). EIMBO. 000588. DOI: 10.31031/EIMBO.2021.04.000588

Moyer, J. K., Brooks, A. M. L., Irschick, D. J. 2021. Field-Based Feeding Performance and Kinematics of Bull Sharks, Carcharhinus leucas (Carcharhiniformes: Carcharhinidae). Ichthyology & Herpetology 109, No. 4, 2021, 963–977

Gollner, S., Colaço, A., Gebruk, A., Halpin, P.N., Higgs, N., Menini, E., Mestre, N.C., Qian, P.Y., Sarrazin, J., Szafranski, K. and Van Dover, C.L., 2021. Application of scientific criteria for identifying hydrothermal ecosystems in need of protection. Marine Policy, 132:104641.

Hoefer, S., Mills, S., Pinou, T. and Robinson, N.J. (2021) What the Dead Tell Us about the Living: Using Roadkill to Analyze the Diet and Endoparasite Prevalence in Two Bahamian Snakes. Ichthyology & Herpetology, 109(3):685-690.

Higgs, N.D. (2021) Impact of the the COVID-19 pandemic on a queen conch (Aliger gigas) fishery in The Bahamas. PeerJ, 9:e11924.

Schneider, E. V. C., Brooks, E. J., Cortina, M. P., Bailey, D. M., Killen, S. S., Van Leeuwen, T. E. (2021). Design and deployment of an affordable and long-lasting deepwater subsurface fish aggregation device. Caribbean Naturalist, 83: 1-16.

Zeinert, L. R., Brooks, A. M., Couturier, C., & McGaw, I. J. (2021). Potential use of the Caribbean spider crab Maguimithrax spinosissimus for biofouling removal on marine aquaculture cages. Aquaculture, 737202.

van Zinnicq Bergmann M.P.M., Postaire B.D., Gastrich K., Heithaus M.R., Hoopes L.A., Lyons K., Papastamatiou Y.P., Schneider E.V.C., Strickland B.A., Talwar B.S., Chapman D.D., Bakker J. (2021) Elucidating shark diets with DNA metabarcoding from cloacal swabs. Molecular Ecology Resources, 00:1-12.

Shipley O.N., Henkes G.A., Gelsleichter J., Morgan C.R., Schneider E.V.C., Talwar B.S., Frisk M.G. (2021) Shark tooth collagen stable isotopes (δ15N and δ13C) as ecological proxies. Journal of Animal Ecology, 00:1-14.

Queiroz, N., … Brooks, E.J., Brooks, A. et al. (2021) Reply to: Shark mortality cannot be assessed by fishery overlap alone. Nature 595, E8-E16.

Thomas, A., Nicolls, T., Finlayson, M. (2021) Climate Change & The Bahamas: Information Brief. 

Robinson, N. J., Johnsen, S., Brooks, A., Frey, L., Judkins, H., Vecchione, M., & Widder, E. (2021). Studying the swift, smart, and shy: Unobtrusive camera-platforms for observing large deep-sea squid. Deep Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, 172, 103538.

Bates A.E., Primack R.B., Duarte C.M… Higgs, N.D. et al. (2021) Global COVID-19 lockdown highlights humans as both threats and custodians of the environment. Biological Conservation, 20:109175.

Siegfried T.R., Fuentes M.M.P.B… Robinson, N. et al. (2021) Validating the use of stereo-video cameras to conduct remote measurements of sea turtles. Ecology and Evolution, 00: 1– 12.

Prohaska B.K., Talwar B.S., Grubbs R.D. 2021. Blood biochemical status of deep-sea sharks following longline capture in the Gulf of Mexico. Conservation Physiology, 9 (1):coaa113,


Howell, K.L., Hilario, A., … Higgs, N.D., et al. 2020. A decade to study deep-sea life. Nature Ecology and Evolution.

Howell, K.L., Hilario, A., … Higgs, N.D., et al. 2020. A Blueprint for an Inclusive, Global Deep-Sea Ocean Decade Field Program. Frontiers in Marine Science, 7:584861.

O’Shea, O. et al. 2020. Novel insights into the diet of southern stingrays and Caribbean whiptail rays. Marine Ecology Progress Series 655:157–170.

Irschick D.J., Bot J., Brooks, A. et al. 2020. Using 3D photogrammetry to create accurate 3D models of sea turtle species as digital voucher specimens. Herpetological Review. 51:709-715.

Talwar B.S., Bouyoucos, I.A., Brooks, E.J., Brownscombe J.W., Suski, C.D., Cooke, S.J., Grubbs, R.D., and Mandelman, J.W. 2020. Variation in behavioural responses of sub-tropical marine fishes to experimental longline capture. ICES Journal of Marine Science.

Hoefer, S., Robinson N.J. 2020. Tail bifurcation in a brown anoleAnolis sagrei (Duméril & Bibron, 1837). Herpetology Notes 13:333-5.

Hoefer, S., Robinson N.J., Jones A. 2020. Cubophis vudii vudii (Bahamian Racer). Diet. Herpetological Review 51:346-347.

Talwar, B.S., Stein, J.A., Connett, S.M., Liss, S.A., Brooks, E.J. 2020. Results of a fishery-independent longline survey targeting coastal sharks in the eastern Bahamas between 1979 and 2013. Fisheries Research, 230.

Trehern, R., Raguse, C., Bigelow, W., Garg, A., Hauptman, H., Brooks, A., Van Leeuwen, TE., Hawkes, LA. 2020. The effect of salinity on behavioural interactions between native Schoolmaster snapper (Lutjanus apodus) and invasive lionfish (Pterois spp.). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology.

Trehern, R.H., Garg, A., Bigelow, W.B., Hauptman, H., Brooks, A., Hawkes, L.A. and Van Leeuwen, T.E. 2020. Low salinity negatively affects metabolic rate, food consumption, digestion, and growth in invasive lionfish Pterois spp. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 644, 157-171.

Schwanck, T., Schweinsberg, M., Lampert, K., Guttridge, T., Tollrian, R., O’Shea, O. 2020. Linking local movement and molecular analysis to explore philopatry and population connectivity of the southern stingray Hypanus americanus. Journal of Fish Biology. 1-14.

Hoefer, S., Mills, S. & Robinson, N. J. 2019. Autohaemorrhaging in a Bahamian Pygmy Boa, Tropidophis curtus barbouri. Herpetological Bulletin, 150, 39-40.


Williamson SA, Evans RG, Robinson NJ, Reina RD. 2019. Synchronised nesting aggregations are associated with enhanced capacity for extended embryonic arrest in olive ridley sea turtles. Scientific reports. 9:9783.

Steell, S.C., Van Leeuwen, T.E., Brownscombe, J.W., Cooke, S.J., Eliason, E.J. 2019. An appetite for invasion: digestive physiology, thermal performance and food intake in lionfish (Pterois spp.). Journal of Experimental Biology, 222 (19):jeb209437.

Robinson NJ, Lazo-Wasem E, Butler BO, Lazo-Wasem EA, Zardus JD, Pinou T. 2019. Spatial distribution of epibionts on olive ridley sea turtles at Playa Ostional, Costa Rica. PLoS ONE 14:e0218838.

Pinou T, Domenech F, Lazo-Wasem EA, Majewska R, Pfaller JB, Zardus JD, Robinson NJ. 2019. Standardizing sea turtle epibiont sampling: outcomes of the Epibiont Workshop at the 37th International Sea Turtle Symposium. Marine Turtle Newsletter 157:22-32.

Majewska R, Bosak S, Frankovich TA, Ashworth MP, Sullivan MJ, Robinson NJ, Lazo-Wasem EA, Pinou T, Nel R, Manning SR, Van de Vijver B. 2019. Six new epibiotic Proschkinia (Bacillariophyta) species and new insights into the genus phylogeny. European Journal of Phycology 25:1-23.

McGaw, I.J., Van Leeuwen, T.E., Trehern R.H. and Bates, A.E. 2019. Changes in precipitation may alter food preference in an ecosystem engineer, the black land crab, Gecarcinus ruricola. PeerJ 7:e6818

Weiler, B., Van Leeuwen, T., Stump, K.. 2019. The extent of coral bleaching, disease and mortality for data-deficient reefs in Eleuthera, The Bahamas after the 2014-2017 global bleaching event. Coral Reefs. 38: 831.

Queiroz, N., Brooks, A., Brooks, EJ, et al. 2019. Global spatial risk assessment of sharks under the footprint of fisheries. Nature. 

Orrell, D, Schneider, EVC, Eisenbach, O, Garg, A, Bigelow, B, Hauptman, H, O’Shea, O, McGaw, IJ, Van Leeuwen, TE. 2019. Evaluation of stone crab (Menippe mercenaria) fisheries practices using simulated fishery scenarios in the laboratory. Caribbean Naturalist 63: 1-17.

Ambrose, K., Box, C., Boxall, J., Brooks, A., Eriksen, M., Fabres, J., Fylakis, G., Walker, T.R. Spatial trends and drivers of marine debris accumulation on shorelines in South Eleuthera, The Bahamas using citizen science. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 142:145-154

Boyoucos I.A., Talwar B.S., Brooks E.J., Brownscombe J., Cooke S.J., Suski C.D., Mandelman J.W. 2018. Exercise intensity while hooked is associated with physiological status of longline-captured sharks. Conservation Physiology.   


McGaw, I.J., Steell S.C., Van Leeuwen, T.E., Eliason E.J. and Cooke, S.J. (2018). Application of miniature heart-rate data loggers for use in free moving decapod crustaceans: method development and validation. Physiological and Biochemical Zoology 91 (1): 731-739

Sherman KD, Shultz AD, Dahlgren CP, Thomas C, Brooks EJ, Brooks A, Brumbaugh DR, Gittens L, Murchie K. 2018. Contemporary and emerging fisheries in The Bahamas—Conservation and management challenges, achievements and future directions. Fish Manag Ecol. 25:319–331.

Cruz LM, Shillinger GL, Robinson NJ, Tomillo PS, Paladino FV (2018). Effect of light intensity and wavelength on the in-water orientation of olive ridley turtle hatchlings. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 505:52-56.

Gatto CR, Rotger A, Robinson NJ, Tomillo PS (2018). A novel method for photo-identification of sea turtles using scale patterns on the front flippers. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 506:18-24.

Robinson NJ, Peters WS. (2018) Complexity of the prey spectrum of Agaronia propatula (Caenogastropoda: Olividae), a dominant predator in sandy beach ecosystems of Pacific Central America. PeerJ 6:e4714

Rees AF, Avens L, Ballorain K, Bevan E, Broderick AC, Carthy RR, Christianen MJA, Duclos G, Heithaus M, Johnston DW, Mangel JC, Paladino F, Pendoley K, Reina R, Robinson NJ, Sykora-Bodie S, Tilley D, Varela MR, Whitman E, Whittock PA, Wibbels T, Godley BJ (2018) The potential of unmanned aerial systems for sea turtle research and conservation. Endangered Species Research 35:81-100.

Talwar, B., Brooks, E.J., Mandelman, J.W. and Grubbs, R.D., 2017. Stress, post-release mortality, and recovery of commonly discarded deep-sea sharks caught on longlines. Marine Ecology Progress Series582, pp.147-161. doi:10.3354/meps12334

Christopher S. Bird, Ana Veríssimo, Sarah Magozzi, Kátya G. Abrantes, Alex Aguilar, …, Edward J. Brooks, et al. (2018), A global perspective on the trophic geography of sharks. Nature Ecology & Evolution. doi:10.1038/s41559-017-0432-z

Papastamatiou, Y. P., Iosilevskii, G., Leos-Barajas, V., Brooks, E. J., Howey, L. A., Chapman, D. D., and Watanabe, Y. Y. (2018), Optimal swimming strategies and behavioral plasticity of oceanic whitetip sharks. Scientific Reports. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-18608-z


Auer, S. K., Anderson, G. J., McKelvey, S., Bassar, R. D., McLennan, D., Armstrong, J. D., Nislow, K. H., Downie, H. K., McKelvey, L., Morgan, T. A.J., Salin, K., Orrell, D. L., Gauthey, A., Reid, T. C. and Metcalfe, N. B. (2017), Nutrients from salmon parents alter selection pressures on their offspring. Ecol Lett. doi: 10.1111/ele.12894

O’Shea, O. R., Wueringer, B. E., Winchester, M. M. and Brooks, E. J. (2017). Comparative feeding ecology of the yellow ray Urobatis jamaicensis (Urotrygonidae) from The Bahamas. Journal of Fish Biology. doi:10.1111/jfb.13488

Williamson SA, Evans RG, Robinson NJ, Reina RD (2017). Hypoxia as a novel method for preventing movement-induced mortality during translocation of turtle eggs. Biological Conservation 216:86-92

Robinson NJ, Figgener C, Gatto C, Lazo-Wasem EA, Paladino FV, Santidrián Tomillo P, Zardus JD, Pinou T (2017). Assessing potential limitations when characterising the epibiota of marine megafauna: effect of gender, sampling location, and inter-annual variation on the epibiont communities of olive ridley sea turtles. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 497:71-77. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2017.09.012

Forrestal, F.C., McDonald, M.D., Burress, G., Die, D.J. (2017). Reflex impairment and physiology as predictors of delayed mortality in recreationally caught yellowtail snapper (Ocyurus chrysurus). Conservation Physiology 5(1): cox035. doi:10.1093/conphys/cox035

Bjorndal K.A., Bolten A.B., Chaloupka M., et al. (2017). Ecological regime shift drives declining growth rates of sea turtles throughout the West Atlantic. Global Change Biology 1–13. doi:10.1111/gcb.13712

Tolentino E.R., Howey R.P., Howey L.A., Jordan L.K.B., Grubbs R.D., Brooks A., Williams S., Brooks E.J., and Shipley O.N. (2017). Was my science project eaten? A novel approach to validate consumption of marine biologging instruments. Animal Biotelemetry 5:3. doi:10.1186/s40317-016-0117-4

O’Shea O.R., Ward C. and Brooks E. (2017). The Caribbean whiptail stingray (Himantura schmardae) in The Bahamas: Notes on current distribution and implications for conservation. Caribbean Naturalist, 38; 1-8.

Smith N., Green S., Akins J., Miller S. and Côté S. (2017). Density-dependent colonization and natural disturbance limit the effectiveness of invasive lionfish culling efforts. Biological Invasions 1-15 doi:10.1007/s10530-017-1449-6

Shipley O.N., Olin J.A., Polunin N.V.C., Sweeting C.J., Newman S.P., Brooks E.J., Barker S., Witt M.J., Talwar B. and Hussey N.E. (2017). Polar compounds preclude mathematical lipid correction of carbon stable isotopes in deep-water sharks. Journal of Experimental Marie Biology and Ecology. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2017.05.002

Delacy C.R., Olsen A., Howey L.A., Chapman D.D., Brooks E.J. and Bond M. (2017). Affordable stereo-video systems for measuring dimensions underwater- a case study using Oceanic Whitetip sharks (Carcharhinus longimanus). Marine Ecology Progress Series. doi:10.3354/meps12190

Talwar B., Buoyoucos I.A., Shipley O.N., Mandelman J., Brooks E.J. and Grubbs R.D. (2017). Validation of a portable, waterproof blood pH analyzer for elasmobranchs. Conservation Physiology 5(1). doi:10.1093/conphys/cox012

Bouyoucos I.A., Suski C.D., Mandelman J.W. and Brooks E.J. (2017). The energetic, physiological, and behavioural response of lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) to simulated longline capture. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 207: 65 – 72. doi:10.1016/j.cbpa.2017.02.023

Bouyoucos I.A., Montgomery D.W., Brownscombe J.W., Cooke S.J., Suski C.D., Mandelman, J.W. and Brooks E.J. (2017). Swimming speeds and metabolic rates of semi-captive juvenile lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris, Poey) estimated with acceleration biologgers. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 486: 245 – 254. doi:10.1016/j.jembe.2016.10.019

Bouyoucos I.A., Suski C.D., Mandelman J.W. and Brooks E.J. (2017). Effect of mass and frontal area of external telemetry packages on the behaviour and swimming performance of small-bodied sharks. Journal of Fish Biology. 90: 2097–2110. doi:10.1111/jfb.13290

Haas A.R., Fedler T. and Brooks E.J. (2017). The contemporary economic value of elasmobranchs in The Bahamas: Reaping the rewards of 25 years of stewardship and conservation. Biological Conservation. 207: 55 – 63. doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2017.01.007

Shipley O.N., Tolentino E.R., Howey L.A., Jordan L.K. and Brooks E.J. (2017). Novel techniques and insights into the deployment of pop-up satellite archival tags on a small-bodied deep-water chondrichthyan. Deep-Sea Research I: Oceanographic Research Papers. 119:81 – 90. doi:10.1016/j.dsr.2016.11.005

Shipley O.N., Polunin N.V., Newman S.P., Sweeting C.J., Barker S., Witt M.J. and Brooks E.J. (2017). Stable isotopes reveal insight into food web dynamics of a data-poor deep-sea island slope community. Food Webs. doi:10.1016/j.fooweb.2017.02.004

Shipley O.N., Brooks E.J., Madigan D.J., Sweeting C.J. and Grubbs R.D. (2017). Stable isotope analysis in deep-sea chondrichthyans: recent challenges, ecological insights, and future directions. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries. doi:10.1007/s11160-017-9466-1

Shipley O.N., Howey L.A., Tolentino E.R., Jordan L.K.B., Ruppert J.L.W. and Brooks E.J. (2017). Horizontal and vertical movements of Caribbean reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi): Conservation implications of limited migration in a marine sanctuary. Royal Society Open Science. doi:10.1098/rsos.160611

Wilding T.A., Gill A.B., Boon A., Sheehan E., Dauvin J.C., Pezy J.P., O’Beirn F., Janas U., Rostin L. and De Mesel I. (2017). Turning off the DRIP (‘Data-rich, information-poor’)–rationalising monitoring with a focus on marine renewable energy developments and the benthos. Renewable and Sustainable Energy Reviews, 74, pp.848-859. doi:10.1016/j.rser.2017.03.013


Shipley O.N., Bruce N.L., Violich M., Baco A., Morgan N., Rawlins S. and Brooks EJ. (2016). A new species of Bathynomus Milne Edwards, 1879 (Isopoda: Cirolanidae) from The Bahamas, Western Atlantic. Zootaxa, 4147: 82-88. doi:10.11646/zootaxa.4147.1.6

Howey L. A., Tolentino E. R., Papastamatiou Y. P., Brooks E. J., Abercrombie D. L., Watanabe Y. Y., Williams S., Brooks A., Chapman D. D. and Jordan L. K.B. (2016). Into the deep: the functionality of mesopelagic excursions by an oceanic apex predator. Ecology and Evolution, 6: 5290–5304. doi:10.1002/ece3.2260

Shipley O., Talwar B., Grubbs D. and Brooks E.J. (2016). Isopods present on deep-water sharks Squalus cubensis and Heptranchias perlo from The Bahamas. Marine Biodiversity. doi:10.1007/s12526-016-0519-9

Swift D.G., Dunning L.T., Igea J., Brooks E.J. and Savolainen V. (2016). Evidence of positive selection associated with placental loss in tiger sharks. BMC Evolutionary Biology. doi:10.1186/s12862-016-0696-y

Talwar B., Brooks E.J. and Grubbs R.D. (2016). An assessment of post-release mortality for a commonly discarded deep-sea isopod (Bathynomus giganteus) using reflex impairment. ICES Journal of Marine Science. doi:10.1093/icesjms/fsw087

Shipley O.N., O’Shea O.R., Brooks E.J. and Zuckerman Z.C. (2016). A rare sighting of three female Gervais’ beaked whales (Mesoplodon europaeus) from the Exuma Sound, Bahamas. Caribbean Naturalist 32: 1-4.

Camargo S.M., Coelho R., Chapman D., Howey-Jordan L., Brooks E.J., Mendes N.J., Hazin F.H., Oliveira C., Santos M.N., Foresti F. and Mendonça F. (2016). Connectivity, structure and genetic variability of the oceanic whitetip shark, Carcharhinus longimanus, determined using mitochondrial DNA. PloS One 11(5): e0155623. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0155623

Eaton L., Sloman K.A., Wilson R.W., Gill A.B. and Harborne A.R. (2016). Non-consumptive effects of native and invasive predators on juvenile Caribbean parrotfish. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 99(5), 499-508. doi:10.1007/s10641-016-0486-9 


Ashe J. L., Feldheim K. A., Fields A. T.,  Reyier E. A., Brooks E.J., O’Connell M. T., Skomal G., Gruber S. H. and Chapman D. D. (2015). Local population structure and context-dependent isolation by distance in a large coastal shark. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 520:203-216.

Brooks E. J., Brooks A., Williams S., Jordan L. K. B., Abercrombie D., Chapman D., Howey-Jordan L. and Grubbs, D. (2015). First description of deep-water elasmobranch assemblages in the Exuma Sound, The Bahamas. Deep Sea Research II. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2015.01.015

Cull F., Connor C. M., Suski C. D., Shultz A. D.Danylchuk A. J. and Cooke S. J. (2015). Puff and bite: the relationship between the glucocorticoid stress response and anti-predator performance in checkered puffer (Sphoeroides testudineus). General and Comparative Endocrinology 214:1-8.

Cull F., Suski C. D., Shultz A., DanylchukA. J., Connor C. M., Murchie K. J., and Cooke S.J. (2015). Consequences of experimental cortisol manipulations on the thermal biology of the checkered puffer (Sphoeroides testudineus) in laboratory and field environments“. Journal of Thermal Biology 47: 63-74.

Harborne A. R., Talwar B. and Brooks E. J. (2015). The conservation implications of spatial and temporal variability in the diurnal use of Bahamian tidal mangrove creeks by transient predatory fishes. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. doi:10.1002/aqc.2538.

Murchie K.J., Shultz A.D., Stein J.A., Cooke S.J., Lewis J., Franklin J., Vincent G., Brooks E.J., Claussen J.E. and Philipp D.P. (2015). Defining adult bonefish (Albula vulpes) movement corridors around Ground Bahama in the Bahamian Archipelago. Environmental Biology of Fish. doi:10.1007/s10641-015-0422-4

O’Shea O.R., Mandelman J., Talwar B. and Brooks E.J. (2015). Novel observations on an opportunistic predation event by four marine apex predators. Marine and Freshwater Behaviour and Physiology. 48: 374 – 380. doi:10.1080/10236244.2015.1054097

Brooks E.J., Brooks A., Williams S., Howey-Jordan L., Jordan L.K.B., Abercrombie D., Chapman D. and Grubbs D. (2015). The diversity, distribution and demographic population structure of deep water elasmobranchs in the Exuma Sound, The Bahamas. Deep Sea Research II. 115: 81 – 91. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2015.01.015

Madigan D.J., Brooks E.J., Bond M.E., Gelsleichter J., Howey L.A., Abercrombie D.L., Brooks A. and Chapman D.D. (2015). Diet shift and site-fidelity of oceanic whitetip sharks Carcharhinus longimanus along the Great Bahama Bank. Marine ecology Progress Series Vol. 529: 185–197. doi:10.3354/meps11302

Hannan K., Zuckerman Z., Haak C. and Shultz A. (2015). Impacts of sun protection on feeding behavior and mucus removal of bonefish, Albula vulpes.  Environmental Biology of Fishes 98(11). doi:10.1007/s10641-015-0457-6

Nowell L.B., Brownscombe J.W., Gutowsky L.F.G., Murchie K.J., Suski C.J., Danylchuk A.J., Shultz A.D. and Cooke S.J. (2015). Swimming energetics and thermal ecology of adult bonefish (Albula vulpes): A combined laboratory and field study in Eleuthera, The Bahamas. Environmental Biology of Fishes 982: 2133-2146. doi:10.1007/s10641-015-0420-6

Pleizier N., Wilson A.D.M., Shultz A.D. and Cooke S.J. (2015). Puffed and bothered: personality, performance, and the effects of stress on checkered pufferfish. Physiology and Behavior. Volume 152: 68–78. doi:10.1016/j.physbeh.2015.09.011


Brownscombe J.W., Gutowsky L.F., Danylchuk A.J. and Cooke S.J. (2014). Foraging behaviour and activity of a marine benthivorous fish estimated using tri-axial accelerometer biologgers. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 505: 241-251.

Brownscombe J.W., Nowell L., Samson E., Danylchuk A.J. and Cooke S.J. (2014). Fishing-related stressors inhibit refuge-seeking behavior in released subadult great barracuda. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 143(3). doi:10.1080/00028487.2014.880744.

Côté, I.M., Darling E.S., Malpica-Cruz L., Smith N.S., Green S.J., Curtis-Quick J. and Layman C. (2014). What Doesn’t Kill You Makes You Wary? Effect of Repeated Culling on the Behaviour of an Invasive Predator. PLoS ONE 9(4):e94248. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094248.

Danylchuk, A.J., Suski C.D., Mandelman J.W., Murchie K.J., Haak C.R., Brooks A.M.L. and Cooke S.J. (2014). Hooking injury, physiological status and short-term mortality of juvenile lemon sharks (Negaprion bevirostris) following catch-and-release recreational angling. Conservation Physiology. doi:10.1093/conphys/cot036.

Green, S.J., Dulvy N.K., Brooks A.M.L, Akins J.L., Cooper A.B., Miller S. and Côté I.M. (2014). Linking removal targets to the ecological effects of invaders: a predictive model and field test. Ecological Applications. 24: 1311-1322. doi:10.1890/13-0979.1

Les, A.M., Gifford M.E., Parmerlee J.S. Jr. and Powell R. (2014). Do ploymorphic female brown anoles (Anolis Sagrei) differ in sprint speed or escape behavior?. Herpetologica. 70(1): 47-55.

Shultz, A.D., Zuckerman Z.C., Stewart H.A. and Suski C.D. (2014). Seasonal blood chemistry response of sub-tropical nearshore fishes to climate change. Conservation Physiology. 2: 1-12.

Szekeres, P., Brownscombe J.W., Cull F., Danylchuk A.J., Shultz A.D., Suski C.D., Murchie K.J. and Cooke S.J. (2014). Physiological and behavioral consequences of cold shock on bonefish (Albula vulpes) in The Bahamas.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 459: 1-7.

Tamburello, N. and Cote I.M. (2014). Movement ecology of Indo-Pacific lionfish on Caribbean coral reefs and its implications for invasion dynamics. Biological Invasions. doi:10.1007/s10530-014-0822-7.

Thomas C., Auscavitch S., Brooks A. and Stoner A. (2014) Assessing Essential Queen Conch (Strombus gigas) Habitat in Eleuthera, The Bahamas: Popula-tion Declines Suggest the Urgent Need for Changes in Management. Conference paper: 67th Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute, Christ Church, Barbados  


Brooks E.J., Sims D.W., Danylchuk A. and Sloman K. (2013). Seasonal abundance, philopatry and demographic structure of Caribbean reef shark (Carcharhinus perezi) assemblages in the north-east Exuma Sound, The Bahamas. Marine Biology. 160: 2535-2546.

Brownscombe J.W., Thiem J.D., Hatry C., Cull F., Haak C.R., Danylchuk A.J. and Cooke S.J. (2013). Recovery bags reduce post-release impairments in locomotory activity and behavior of bonefish (Albula spp.) following exposure to angling-related stressors. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 440: 207-215.

Howey-Jordan L., Brooks E.J., Abercrombie D.L., Jordan L.K.B., Brooks A., Williams S., Gospodarczyk E. and Chapman D. (2013). Complex movements, philopatry and expanded depth range of a severely threatened pelagic shark, the oceanic whitetip (Carcharhinus longimanus) in the western North Atlantic. PloS One. 8(2): doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0056588.

Johnson, S.K., Parmerlee J.S. Jr., Eifler D.A. and Powell R. (2013). Comparative water-loss rates of Hemidactylus mabouia and Sphaerodactylus notatus on Eleuthera Island, Commonwealth of the Bahamas. Herpetology Notes. 6: 471-475.

Murchie, K.J., Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J., Danylchuk S.E., Goldberg T.L., Suski C.D. and Philipp D.P. (2013). Movement patterns of bonefish (Albula vulpes) in tidal creeks and coastal waters of Eleuthera, The Bahamas. Fisheries Research. 147: 404-412.

Thiem, J.D., Hatry C., Brownscombe J.W., Cull F., Schultz A.D., Danylchuk A.J. and Cooke S.J. (2013). Evaluation of radio telemetry to study the spatial ecology of checkered puffers (Sphoeroides testudineus) in shallow tropical marine systems. Bulletin of Marine Science. 89(2): 559-569. 


Green, S.J., Akins J.L., Maljkovic A. and Côté I.M. (2012). Invasive lionfish drive Atlantic coral reef fish declines. PLoS ONE 7:3.

Harborne H.R. (2012). Seasonal variation in the functional response of a coral-reef piscivore alters the inverse density-dependent mortality of its prey. Coral Reefs. 31: 247-251.

Jacoby, D., Brooks E.J., Croft D. and Sims D.W. (2012). Developing a deeper understanding of animal movements and spatial dynamics through novel application of network analyses. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 3: 574-583.

Murchie K.J., Danylchuk A.J., Cooke S.J., O’Toole A.C., Shultz A., Haak C., Brooks E.J. and Suski C.J. (2012). Considerations for tagging and tracking fish in tropical coastal habitats: lessons from bonefish, barracuda, and sharks tagged with acoustic transmitters. American Fisheries Society Special Publication – Handbook of Fish Telemetry.

O’Toole A.C., Dechraoui Bottein M.Y., Danylchuk A.J., Ramsdell J.S. and Cooke S.J. (2012). Linking ciguatera poisoning to spatial ecology of fish: A novel approach to examining the distribution of biotoxin levels in the great barracuda by combining biotelemetry and non-lethal blood sampling. Science of the Total Environment. 428: 98-105.

Stein J.A., Shultz A.S., Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J., Hayward K. and Suski C.D. (2012). The influence of hook size, type, and location on hook retention and survival of angled bonefish (Albula vulpes). Fisheries Research. 113: 147-152. 


Barbour A.B., Allen M.S., Frazer T.K. and Sherman K.D. (2011). Evaluating the potential efficacy of invasive lionfish (Pterois volitans) removals. PLoS ONE 6(5).

Brooks E.J., Sloman K., Liss S., Hassan-Hassanein L., Danylchuk A.J., Cooke S.J., Mandelman J., Skomal G., Sims D. and Suski C. (2011). The stress physiology of extended duration tonic immobility in the juvenile lemon shark (Negaprion brevirostris Poey). Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 409: 351-360.

Brooks E.J., Sloman K.A., Sims D.W. and Danylchuk A.J. (2011). Validating the use of baited remote underwater video surveys for assessing the diversity, distribution and abundance of sharks in the Bahamas. Endangered Species Research. 13: 231-243.

Brooks E.J., Mandelman J.W., Sloman K.A., Liss S., Danylchuk A.J., Cooke S.J., Skomal G.B., Philipp D.P., Sims D.W. and Suski C.D. (2011). The physiological response of the Caribbean reef shark (Carcharhinus perezi) to longline capture. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 162: 94-100.

Green S.J., Akins J.L. and Côté I.M. (2011). Foraging behavior and prey consumption in the Indo-Pacific lionfish on Bahamian coral reefs. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 433: 159-167.

Mittermeier M.G. (2011). Consumption of Bahamian racers (Cubophis vudii) by a boa (Epicrates striatus strigulatus) in captivity. IRCF Reptiles and Amphibians. 18(4): 215.

O’Toole A.C., Danylchuk A.J., Goldberg T.L., Suski C.D., Philipp D.P.Brooks E.J. and Cooke S.J. (2011). Locomotory activity and depth distribution of adult great barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) in Bahamian coastal habitats determined using acceleration and pressure biotelemetry transmitters. Marine and Freshwater Research. 61: 1446-1456.

Oronti A., Danylchuk A.J., Elmore C.E., Auriemma R and Pesle G. (2011). Assessing the feasibility of sponge aquaculture as a sustainable industry in The Bahamas. Aquaculture International. 20: 295-303.

Perry C.T., Salter M.A., Harborne A.R., Crowley S.F., Jelks H.L. and Wilson R.W. (2011). Fish as major carbonate mud producers and missing components of the tropical carbonate factory. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. 108:3865-3869.

Shultz A.D., Murchie K.J., Griffith C., Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J., Goldberg T.L. and Suski C.D. (2011). Impacts of dissolved oxygen on the behavior and physiology of bonefish: Implications for live-release angling tournaments.  Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 402: 19-26.

Danylchuk A.J., Cooke S.J., Goldberg T.L., Suski C.D., Murchie K.J., Danylchuk S.E., Shultz A.D., Haak C.R., Brooks E.J., Oronti A., Koppelman J.B. and Philipp D.P. (2011). Aggregations and offshore movements as indicators of spawning activity of bonefish (Albula vulpes) in The Bahamas. Marine Biology. 158: 1981-1999.



Murchie K.J., Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J., Danylchuk S.E., Goldberg T.L., Suski C.D. and Philipp D.P. (2010). Thermal biology of bonefish (Albula vulpes) in Bahamian coastal waters and tidal creeks: An integrated laboratory and field study. Journal of Thermal Biology. 36: 38-48.

Benetti D.D., O’Hanlon B., Rivera J.A., Welch A.W., Maxey C. and Orhun M.R. (2010). Growth rates of cobia (Rachycentron canadum) cultured in open ocean submerged cages in the Caribbean. Aquaculture. 302: 195-201.

Calsbeek R., Bonvini L. and Cox R.M. (2010). Geographic variation, frequency-dependent selection, and the maintenance of a female-limited polymorphism. Evolution. 64: 116-125.

Christie M.R., Johnson D.W., Stallings C.D. and Hixon M.A. (2010). Self-recruitment and sweepstakes reproduction amid extensive gene flow in a coral-reef fish. Molecular Ecology. 19: 1042-1057.

Cox R.M. and Calsbeek R. (2010). Sex-specific selection and intraspecific variation in sexual size dimorphism. Evolution. 64: 798-809.

Dallas L.J., Shultz A.D., Moody A.J., Sloman K.A. and Danylchuk A.J. (2010). Chemical excretions of angled bonefish Albula vulpes and their potential use as predation cues by juvenile lemon sharks Negaprion brevirostris. Journal of Fish Biology. 77: 947-962.

Hazerli D., Koenemann S. and Iliffe T.M. (2010). Cryptocorynetes elmorei, a new species of remipedia (Crustacea) from an anchialine cave on Eleuthera, Bahamas. Marine Biodiversity. 40: 71-78.

Iliffe T.M., Otten T. and Koenemann S. (2010). Godzilliognomus schrami, a new species of Remipedia (Crustacea) from Eleuthera, Bahamas. Zootaxa. 2491: 61-68.

Murchie K.J., Cooke S.J. and Danylchuk A.J. (2010). Seasonal energetic and condition of bonefish from different subtropical tidal creeks in Eleuthera, the Bahamas. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science. 2: 249-262.

Murchie K.J., Schwager E., Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J., Danylchuk S.E., Goldberg T.L., Suski C.D. and Philipp D.P. (2010). Spatial ecology of juvenile lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) in tidal creeks and coastal waters of Eleuthera, The Bahamas. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 89: 95-104.

Murchie K.J., Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J. and Suski C.D. (2010). Estimates of field activity and metabolic rates of bonefish (Albula vulpes) in coastal marine habitats using acoustic tri-axial accelerometer transmitters and intermittent-flow respirometry. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 396: 147-155.

Murchie K.J., Shultz A.D. and Brooks E.J. (2010). Enhancing graduate school experience through participation in place-based education: a case study of the Cape Eleuthera Island School/Cape Eleuthera Institute. Fisheries. 35: 140-141.

Nowell L., Miller S. and Shultz A. (2010). The Cape Eleuthera Institute Flats Ecology and Conservation Program. Physiology Section Winter 2010 Newsletter: The American Fisheries Society. 10: 11-13.

O’Toole A.C., Danylchuk A.J., Suski C.D. and Cooke S.J. (2010). Consequences of catch-and-release angling on the physiological status, injury, and immediate mortality of great barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) in The Bahamas. ICES Journal of Marine Science 67:1667-1675.

O’Toole A.C., Murchie K.J., Pullen C., Hanson K.C., Suski C.D., Danylchuk A.J. and Cooke S.J. (2010). Locomotory activity and depth distribution of adult great barracuda (Sphyraena barracuda) in Bahamian coastal habitats determined using acceleration and pressure biotelemetry transmitters. Marine and Freshwater Research. 61: 1446-1456.



Calsbeek R., Bonvini L. and Cox R.M. (2009). Geographic variation, frequency-dependent selection, and the maintenance of a female-limited polymorphism. Evolution. 64: 116-125.

Cox R.M. and Calsbeek R. (2009). Sex-specific selection and intraspecific variation in sexual size dimorphism. Evolution. 64: 798-809.

Green S.J. and Côté I.M. (2009). Record densities of Indo-Pacific lionfish on Bahamian coral reefs. Coral Reefs 28:107.Grubich, J.R., M.W. Westneat, and McCord, C.L. 2009. Diversity of lionfishes (Pisces: Scorpaenidae) among remote coral reefs of the Palau Archipelago. Coral Reefs. 28: 807.

Murchie K.J., Danylchuk S.E., Pullen C.E., Brooks E.J., Shultz A.D., Suski C.D. and Danylchuk A.J. (2009). Strategies for the capture and transport of bonefish, Albula vulpes, from tidal creeks to a marine research laboratory for long-term holding. Aquaculture Research. 40: 1538-1550.



Burdick D.R. (2008). The effectiveness of macroalgal reduction and Diadema antillarum addition in limiting macroalgal growth and facilitating coral recovery. Proceedings of the 11th International Coral Reef Symposium. 24: 1204-1208.

Cooke S.J., Suski C.D., Danylchuk S.E., Danylchuk A.J., Donaldson M.R., Pullen C., Bulte G., O’Toole A., Murchie K.J., Koppelman J.B., Shultz A.D., Brooks E.J. and Goldberg T.L. (2008). Effects of different capture techniques on the physiological condition of bonefish Albula vulpes evaluated using field diagnostic tools. Journal of Fish Biology. 73: 1351-1375.

Danylchuk A. J., Adams A., Cooke S.J. and Suski C.D. (2008). An evaluation of the injury and short-term survival of bonefish (Albula spp) as influenced by a mechanical lip-gripping device used by recreational anglers. Fisheries Research. 93: 248-252.



Danylchuk A.J., Danylchuk S.E., Cooke S.J., Goldberg T.L., Koppelman J. and Philipp D.P. (2007). Ecology and management of bonefish (Albula vulpes) in the Bahamian Archipelago. In: In the World Biology of Tarpon and Bonefish. Ault, J. S., (Ed.). CRC Press, Boca Raton, Florida. 73-92.

Danylchuk A.J., Danylchuk S.E., Cooke S.J., Goldberg T.L., Koppelman J. and Philipp D.P. (2007). Post-release mortality of bonefish (Albula vulpes) exposed to different handling practices in South Eleuthera, Bahamas. Fisheries Management and Ecology, 14: 149–154.

Danylchuk, S. E., A. J. Danylchuk, S. J. Cooke, T. L. Goldberg, J. Koppelman & D. P. Philipp. (2007). Effects of recreational angling on the post-release behavior and predation of bonefish (Albula vulpes): The role of equilibrium status at the time of release. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 346:127-133.

Suski C.D., Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J., O’Connor A.C., Gravel M.A., Redpath T. and Hanson K.C.. (2007). Physiological disturbance and recovery dynamics of bonefish (Albula vulpes), a tropical marine fish, in response to variable exercise and exposure to air. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A: Molecular & Integrative Physiology. 148: 664-663.



Benetti D. D., Brand L., Collins J., Orhun R., Benetti A., O’Hanlon B., Danylchuk A.,  Alston D., Rivera J. and Cabarcas A. (2006). Can offshore aquaculture of carnivorous fish be sustainable? Case studies from the Caribbean. World Aquaculture. 37: 44-47.

Cooke S.J., Danylchuk A.J., Danylchuk S.E., Suski C.D. and Goldberg T.L. (2006). Is catch-and-release recreational angling compatible with no-take marine protected areas? Ocean & Coastal Management. 49: 342-354.

Danylchuk A.J., Danylchuk S.E., Cooke S.J., Goldberg T.L., Koppelman J. and Philipp D.P. (2006). Do bonefish (Albula vulpes) use mangroves for protection from predators following catch-and-release angling? Proceedings of the Gulf Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 59: 417-422.



Danylchuk A.J., Bachand J.M. and Maxey C.B. (2004). The Cape Eleuthera Island School: immersion, involvement, ownership, and legacy as principles to enhance education in marine science and beyond. Proceedings of the Gulf Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 57: 984-990.



Danylchuk A.J. (2003). Fisheries management in South Eleuthera, Bahamas: can a marine reserve help save the ‘holy trinity’? Proceedings of the Gulf Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 56: 169-177.

Clark S.A., Danylchuk A.J. and Freeman B.T. (2003). The harvest of juvenile queen conch (Strombus gigas) off Cape Eleuthera, Bahamas: implications for the effectiveness of a marine reserve. Proceedings of the Gulf Caribbean Fisheries Institute. 56: 706-713.

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