BIRD, C.S. & VERÍSSIMO, A. & MAGOZZI, S. & ABRANTES, K.G. & AGUILAR, A. . & AL-REASI, H. & BARNETT, A. & BETHEA, D.M. & BIAIS, G. & BORRELL, A. & BOUCHOUCHA, M. & BOYLE, M. & BROOKS, E.J. & BRUNNSCHWEILER, J. & BUSTAMANTEP. & CARLISLE, A. & CATARINO, D. & CAUT, S. & CHEREL, Y. & CHOUVELON, T. & CHURCHILL, D. & CIANCIO, J. & CLAES, J. & COLAÇO, A. & COURTNEY, D.L. & CRESSON, P. & DALY, R. & DE NECKER, L. & ENDO, T. & FIGUEIREDO, I. & FRISCH, A.J. & HANSEN, J.H. & HEITHAUS, M. & HUSSEY, N.E. & IITEMBU, J. & JUANES, F. & KINNEY, M.J. & KISZKA, J.J. & KLARIAN, S.A. & KOPP, D. & LEAF, R. & LI, Y. & LORRAIN, A. & MADIGAN, D.J. & MALJKOVIĆ, A. & MALPICA-CRUZ, L. & MATICH, P. & MEEKAN, M.G. & MÉNARD, F. & MENEZES, G.M. & MUNROE, S.E.M. & NEWMAN, M.C. & PAPASTAMATIOU, Y.P. & PETHYBRIDGE, H. & PLUMLEE, J.D. & POLO-SILVA, C. & QUAECK-DAVIES, K. & RAOULT, V. & REUM, J. & TORRES-ROJAS, Y.E. & SHIFFMAN, D.S. & SHIPLEY, O.N. & SPEED, C.W. & STAUDINGER, M.D. & TEFFER, A.K. & TILLEY, A. & VALLS, M. & VAUDO, J.J. & WAI, T.C. & WELLS, R.J.D. & WYATT, A.S.J. & YOOL, A. & TRUEMAN, C.N. (2018)
A global perspective on the trophic geography of sharks. Nature Ecology & Evolution, 2 (2): 299-305
DOI: 10.1038/s41559-017-0432-z
FERREIRA, L.C. & THUMS, M. & HEITHAUS, M.R. & BARNETT, A. & ABRANTES, K.G. & HOLMES, B.J. & ZAMORA, L.M. & FRISCH, A.J. & PEPPERELL, J.G. & BURKHOLDER, D. & VAUDO, J. & NOWICKI, R. & MEEUWIG, J. & MEEKAN, M.G. (2017)
The trophic role of a large marine predator, the tiger shark Galeocerdo cuvier. Scientific Reports, 7: 7641
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-07751-2
BARNETT, A. & BRACCINI, M. & DUDGEON, C.L. & PAYNE, N.L. & ABRANTES, K.G. & SHEAVES, M. & SNELLING, E.P. (2017)
The utility of bioenergetics modelling in quantifying predation rates of marine apex predators: Ecological and fisheries implications. Scientific Reports, 7: 12982
DOI: 10.1038/s41598-017-13388-y
BRUNNSCHWEILER, J.M. & ABRANTES, K.G. & BARNETT, A. (2014)
Long-Term Changes in Species Composition and Relative Abundances of Sharks at a Provisioning Site. PLoS ONE, 9 (1): e86682
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0086682
BRUNNSCHWEILER, J.M. & ABRANTES, K.G. & BARNETT, A. (2014)
Long-Term Changes in Species Composition and Relative Abundances of Sharks at a Provisioning Site (vol 9, e86682, 2014) PLoS ONE, 9 (4): e94148
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0094148
BARNETT, A. & YICK, J.L. & ABRANTES, K.G. & AWRUCH, C.A. (2013)
Trophic ecology of an abundant predator and its relationship with fisheries. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 494: 241–248
DOI: 10.3354/meps10577
SPEED, C.W. & MEEKAN, M.G. & FIELD, I.C. & MCMAHON, C.R. & ABRANTES, K.G. & BRADSHAW, C.J.A. (2012)
Trophic ecology of reef sharks determined using stable isotopes and telemetry. Coral Reefs, 31 (2): 357–367
DOI: 10.1007/s00338-011-0850-3
BARNETT, A. & ABRANTES, K.G. & SEYMOUR, J. & FITZPATRICK, R. (2012)
Residency and Spatial Use by Reef Sharks of an Isolated Seamount and Its Implications for Conservation. PLoS ONE, 7 (5): e36574
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0036574
BARNETT, A. & ABRANTES, K.G. & STEVENS, J.D. & SEMMENS, J.M. (2011)
Site fidelity and sex-specific migration in a mobile apex predator: implications for conservation and ecosystem dynamics. Animal Behaviour, 81 (5): 1039–1048
DOI: 10.1016/j.anbehav.2011.02.011
FITZPATRICK, R. & ABRANTES, K.G. & SEYMOUR, J. & BARNETT, A. (2011)
Variation in depth of whitetip reef sharks: does provisioning ecotourism change their behaviour? Coral Reefs, 30 (3): 569–577
DOI: 10.1007/s00338-011-0769-8
ABRANTES, K.G. & BARNETT, A. (2011)
Intrapopulation variations in diet and habitat use in a marine apex predator, the broadnose sevengill shark Notorynchus cepedianus. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 442: 133–148
DOI: 10.3354/meps09395
BARNETT, A. & ABRANTES, K.G. & STEVENS, J.D. & BRUCE, B.D. & SEMMENS, J.M. (2010)
Fine-Scale Movements of the Broadnose Sevengill Shark and Its Main Prey, the Gummy Shark. PLoS ONE, 5 (12): e15464
DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0015464
BARNETT, A. & ABRANTES, K.G. & STEVENS, J.D. & YICK, J.L. & FRUSHER, S.D. & SEMMENS, J.M. (2010)
Predator-prey relationships and foraging ecology of a marine apex predator with a wide temperate distribution. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 416: 189–200
DOI: 10.3354/meps08778