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    Thermal performance responses in free-ranging elasmobranchs depend on habitat use and body size

    Lear, Karissa O, Whitney, Nicholas M, Morgan, David L, Brewster, Lauran R, Whitty, Jeff M, Poulakis, Gregg R, Scharer, Rachel M, Guttridge, Tristan L, Gleiss, Adrian C
    Oecologia, December 2019, Vol.191(4), pp.829-842 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Recruitment of a critically endangered sawfish into a riverine nursery depends on natural flow regimes

    Lear, Karissa O, Gleiss, Adrian C, Whitty, Jeff M, Fazeldean, Travis, Albert, J R, Green, Nathan, Ebner, Brendan C, Thorburn, Dean C, Beatty, Stephen J, Morgan, David L
    Scientific reports, 19 November 2019, Vol.9(1), pp.17071 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Recruitment of a critically endangered sawfish into a riverine nursery depends on natural flow regimes
    Auteur: Lear, Karissa O; Gleiss, Adrian C; Whitty, Jeff M; Fazeldean, Travis; Albert, J R; Green, Nathan; Ebner, Brendan C; Thorburn, Dean C; Beatty, Stephen J; Morgan, David L
    Sujet: Pristis Microdon ; Recruitment ; Life History ; Endangered & Extinct Species ; River Basins ; Hydrology ; Threatened Species ; Water Resources ; Resource Management ; Rivers ; Water Levels;
    Description: The freshwater sawfish (Pristis pristis) was recently listed as the most Evolutionarily Distinct and Globally Endangered (EDGE) animal. The Fitzroy River in the remote Kimberley region of north-western Australia represents a significant stronghold for the species, which uses the freshwater reaches of...
    Fait partie de: Scientific reports, 19 November 2019, Vol.9(1), pp.17071
    Identifiant: 2045-2322 (E-ISSN); 31745141 Version (PMID); 10.1038/s41598-019-53511-9 (DOI)

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    Can you ever forgive me?

    Heller, Marielle, 1979-, Holofcener, Nicole, Whitty, Jeff, Israel, Lee, Heller, Nate
    [Amsterdam] : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
    [2019]
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    Titre: Can you ever forgive me? / directed by Marielle Heller ; screenplay by Nicole Holofcener and Jeff Whitty ; based on the book by Lee Israel ; music by Nate Heller
    Auteur: Heller, Marielle, 1979-; Holofcener, Nicole; Whitty, Jeff; Israel, Lee; Heller, Nate
    Editeur: [Amsterdam] : Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment
    Date: [2019]
    Collation: 1 DVD-vidéo (ca. 102 min.)
    Sujet RERO - forme: [Films dramatiques] - [Films criminels] - [Films de fiction]
    Contient: Bonus: Scènes inédites ; Featurettes promotionelles ; Commentaire audio de Marielle Heller et Melissa McCarthy ; Galeries ; Bande-annonce cinéma
    Description: "L'histoire vraie de Lee Israel, célèbre écrivaine de portraits et biographies de personnalités telles que Katherine Hepburn et Estée Lauder à New York dans les années 1970 et 1980. Lorsque le succès l'abandonne, aidée de son ami Jack , elle tombe dans une spirale de mensonge et de tromperie pour arriver à subvenir à ses besoins."
    Interprètes: Melissa McCarthy ; Richard E. Grant ; Anna Deavere Smith ; Julie Ann Emery ; Joanna Adle ; Marc Evan Jackson ; Jennifer Westfeldt ... et al.
    Note: Choix de langues: Anglais, français, italien, espagnol. Sous-titres: Néerlandais, français, italien, espagnol, anglais pour sourds et malentendants - Une prod.: Twentieth Century Fox - Fox Searchlight pictures, 2019 - Basé sur une histoire vraie
    Classification: nefian Biographique
    No RERO: R008939750
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    http://data.rero.ch/01-R008939750/html?view=NJ_V1

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    First evidence of spawning migration by goldfish (Carassius auratus); implications for control of a globally invasive species

    Beatty, Stephen J., Allen, Mark G., Whitty, Jeff M., Lymbery, Alan J., Keleher, James J., Tweedley, James R., Ebner, Brendan C., Morgan, David L.
    Ecology of Freshwater Fish, July 2017, Vol.26(3), pp.444-455 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Are vertical migrations driven by circadian behaviour? Decoupling of activity and depth use in a large riverine elasmobranch, the freshwater sawfish ( Pristis pristis )

    Gleiss, Adrian, Morgan, David, Whitty, Jeff, Keleher, James, Fossette, Sabrina, Hays, Graeme
    Hydrobiologia, 2017, Vol.787(1), pp.181-191 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    What Is the Fate of Amputee Sawfish?

    Morgan, David L., Wueringer, Barbara E., Allen, Mark G., Ebner, Brendan C., Whitty, Jeff M., Gleiss, Adrian C., Beatty, Stephen J.
    Fisheries, February 2016, Vol.41(2), pp.71-73 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Mechanical challenges to freshwater residency in sharks and rays

    Gleiss, Adrian C, Potvin, Jean, Keleher, James J, Whitty, Jeff M, Morgan, David L, Goldbogen, Jeremy A
    The Journal of experimental biology, April 2015, Vol.218(Pt 7), pp.1099-110 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Utility of rostra in the identification of Australian sawfishes (Chondrichthyes: Pristidae

    Whitty, Jeff M., Phillips, Nicole M., Thorburn, Dean C., Simpfendorfer, Colin A., Field, Iain, Peverell, Stirling C., Morgan, David L.
    Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, December 2014, Vol.24(6), pp.791-804 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]

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    Movements and site fidelity of the giant manta ray, Manta birostris, in the Komodo Marine Park, Indonesia

    Dewar, Heidi, Mous, Peter, Domeier, Michael, Muljadi, Andreas, Pet, Jos, Whitty, Jeff
    Marine Biology, 2008, Vol.155(2), pp.121-133 [Revue évaluée par les pairs]
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    Titre: Movements and site fidelity of the giant manta ray, Manta birostris, in the Komodo Marine Park, Indonesia
    Auteur: Dewar, Heidi; Mous, Peter; Domeier, Michael; Muljadi, Andreas; Pet, Jos; Whitty, Jeff
    Sujet: Tidal Current ; Hydrophone ; Aggregation Site ; Moon Phase ; Tidal Phase
    Description: Despite their large size and frequent occurrence in near-shore tropical habitats, little published information is available on the movements and behaviors of the giant manta ray, Manta birostris, and what factors influence visitation patterns. To examine the movements of manta rays in the Komodo Marine Park, Indonesia, an acoustic array was installed at up to seven sites in the park between 2000 and 2003. A total of 41 acoustic tags were deployed in three separate deployments in 2000, 2001 and 2002. Mantas were recorded in the park for up to 526 days with an average duration of 183 ± 136 days, when mantas made from 3 to 303 individual visits to different sites (median 58 visits). There was a clear preference for three sites that comprised over 90% of manta activity. The most popular site (German Flag) was off the southern tip of Komodo Island in an area with a high degree of bathymetric structure. Examination of the longest records suggests some site preference with 5 of 7 individuals spending greater than 90% of their time at the location where they were tagged. Using a general linear model it was possible to examine the effects of daytime, lunar phase, aggregation site, season and tidal phase on visitation patterns. The vast majority of visits were recorded during daylight hours at all sites. The strongest effects of both the lunar and tidal phase were apparent in the northern sites with the most visits occurring when tidal intensity was the greatest during full and new moons. The strongest seasonal pattern was observed in the south where no mantas were recorded during the first quarter in any year. This coincides with an increase in temperature and reduction of productivity in this region associated with monsoonal shifts. The long-term fidelity indicates that marine-protected areas centered around aggregation sites could help protect this species from overexploitation.
    Fait partie de: Marine Biology, 2008, Vol.155(2), pp.121-133
    Identifiant: 0025-3162 (ISSN); 1432-1793 (E-ISSN); 10.1007/s00227-008-0988-x (DOI)