2020 July 20-26, (Dates subject to change) Joint Meeting AES and ASIH in Norfolk, VA
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http://www.bbc.com/news/magazine-33046869: The man who keeps finding new species of shark
Burgess GH, Bruce BD, Cailliet GM, Goldman KJ, Grubbs RD, Lowe CG, MacNeil MA, Mollet HF, Weng KC, O’Sullivan JB (2014). A Re-Evaluation of the Size of the White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) Population off California, USA. PLoS ONE 9(6): e98078. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0098078
|May 2014||White shark embryo ~ 42.5 cm TL (Pictures provided by Hua Hsun HSU)|
|Apr 2014||Demography of Elasmobranchs|
Poster on 'Captive Biology of Pelagic Stingrays,
Dasyatis (Pteroplatytrygon) violacea in the First Year'
Post-embryonic development of the sawfish Pristis perotteti, Mueller and Henly 1841. 1978 MS thesis by Madeline I. Oettinger.
Photo List of necropsy of 'Zeebrugge, Belgium' Basking Shark by Frederik Mollen
(several photographs courtesy of Filip Van den Eynde, Belgium)
|Aug 2005||E-patterns for age-structured animals
based on E-triangles for the 21st century.
If I assume that fertility (m) and adult survival (Sa) are constant, then the mean age of reproducing females at the stable age distribution (Ā) is given by the following equation and the E-pattern for any age-structured species is easily calculated (Mollet and Cailliet 2003; Appendix, pdf). Because the elasticity ratio of adult survival to juvenile survival is given by E(Sa)/E(Sj) = (Ā/α) - 1, it is easy to predict the E(Sa)/E(Sj) ratio using contour plots giving z = E(Sa)/E(Sj) for x = Sa/λ1, y = α, and using ω/α as an additional parameter.
|May 2004||Ebert, D.A., H.F. Mollet, A. Baldridge, T. Thomas, K. Forney, and W.E. Ripley. (2004). Occurrence of the whale shark, Rhincodon typus Smith 1828, in California waters. Northwestern Naturalist 85 , 26-28.|
|Sept. 2002||White shark morphometrics|
|Anatomy of Salmon Shark Embryos||Angel Shark||Basking Shark||Basking Shark Fishery in Monterey Bay|
|Bibliographies of Elasmobranch Species||Blue Shark||Bull Shark||Dive the Big Five|
Demography Special Topic:
|Embryo Develop. of the Brown Catshark||Embryo Development of the Pelagic Stingray||Galapagos Shark
|Demography of Elasmobranchs||Greenland Shark||Goblin Shark||Hammerhead Shark (great)|
|Hammerhead Shark (scalloped)||Lamnidae Family
(Mackerel sharks, Porbeagles, White shark)
|Man-Killers of the Ages by H. S. Mazet||Mako, longfin|
|Mako, shortfin||Manta and Devil Ray||Megamouth Shark||Oceanic Whitetip Shark|
|Oviparous Sharks (list of ~ 120 egg-laying sharks)||Pacific Sleeper Shark||Pelagic Stingray||Porbeagle Shark|
|Prickly Sharks captured in Monterey Bay||Salmon shark
||Sandtiger Shark||Post-embryonic development of the sawfish Pristis perotteti|
|Sevengill Shark||Sixgill Shark||Thresher Shark (common)||Tiger Shark|
|von Bertalanffy Growth Function||Whale Shark||Whale Sharks in Monterey Bay?||White Shark|
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Henry F. Mollet
Dentorama shows upper dentition of 323 mm total length porbeagle embryo, © H. F. Mollet. Background credit: Jim Bourdon (Drawing of bicuspid tooth of pelagic stingray). Created October 1995, updated August 2019.