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Griffiths et al. 2012


Mourier et al. 2018

30. Collins C, Nuno A, Broderick A, Curnick DJ, de Vos A, Franklin T, Jacoby DMP, Mees C, Moir-Clark J, Pearce J, Letessier TB (2021) Understanding persistent non-compliance in a remote, large-scale marine protected areaFrontiers in Marine Sciencepdf


29. Williamson MJ, Tebbs EJ, Dawson TP, Curnick DJ, Ferretti F, Carlisle AB, Chapple TK, Schallert RJ, Tickler DM, Harrison XA, Block BA & Jacoby DMP (2021) Analysing detection gaps in acoustic telemetry data to infer differential movement patterns in fish. Ecology and Evolution. pdf

28. Sosa S, Jacoby DMP, Lihoreau M, & Sueur, C (2021) Animal social networks: Towards an integrative framework embedding social interactions, space and time. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 12(1):4-9 pdf

27. Curnick DJ, Andrzejaczek S, Jacoby DMP, Coffey DM, Carlisle AB, Chapple TK, Ferretti F, Schallert RJ, White T, Block BA, Koldewey HJ & Collen B (2020) Behavior and ecology of silky sharks around the Chagos Archipelago and evidence of Indian Ocean wide movement. Frontiers in Marine Science. pdf

26. Hays GC, Koldewey HJ, et al ... Jacoby DMP, et al ... & Curnick DJ (2020) A review of a decade of lessons from one of the world’s largest MPAs: conservation gains and key challenges. Marine Biology. 167(11):1-22 pdf

25. Rich A, Rudin C, Jacoby DMP, Freeman R, Wearn OR, et al ... & Stilgoe J (2020) AI reflections in 2019. Nature Machine Intelligence. 2:2-9

24. Papastamatiou YP, Bodey TW, Caselle JE, Bradley D, Freeman R, Friedlander AM & Jacoby DMP (2020) Multiyear social stability and social information use in reef sharks with diel fission-fusion dynamics. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 287(1932): 20201063 pdf

23. Jacoby DMP, Ferretti F, Freeman R, Carlisle AB, Chapple TK, Curnick DJ, Dale JJ, Schallert RJ, Tickler D & Block BA (2020) Shark movement strategies influence poaching risk and can guide enforcement decisions in a large, remote Marine Protected Area. Journal of Applied Ecology 57(9):1782-1792 pdf


22. Andrzejaczek S, Chapple TK, Curnick DJ, Carlisle AB, Castleton M, Jacoby DMP, Schallert RJ, Tickler DM & Block BA (2020) Individual variation in residency and regional movements of reef manta rays Mobula alfredi in a large marine protected area. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 639:137-153


21. Ferretti F, Jacoby DMP, Pfleger M, White T, Dent F, Micheli F, Rosenberg A, Crowder L & Block BA (2020) Shark Fin Trade Bans and Sustainable Shark Fisheries. Conservation Letters. e12708 pdf


20. Staveley TAB, Jacoby DMP, Perry D, van der Meijs F, Lagenfelt I, Cremle M, Gullström M (2019) Sea surface temperature dictates movement and connectivity of Atlantic cod in a coastal fjord system. Ecology and Evolution. 9(16):9076-9086 pdf

19. Queiroz N, Humphries NE, et al ... Jacoby DMP, … et al Southall EJ & Sims DW (2019) Global spatial risk assessment of sharks under the footprint of fisheries. Nature. 572(7770):461-466

18. Williamson MJ, Tebbs EJ, Dawson TP & Jacoby DMP (2019) Satellite remote sensing in shark and ray ecology, conservation and management. Frontiers in Marine Science. 6:135 pdf

17. Wearn OR, Freeman R & Jacoby DMP (2019) Responsible AI for conservation. Nature Machine Intelligence. 1:72–73

16. Jacoby DMP (2019) An eye in the sky reveals the collective dynamics of free-ranging shark aggregations. Journal of Fish Biology. 94(1):3


15. Williams JJ, Papastamatiou YP, Caselle JE, Bradley D & Jacoby DMP (2018) Mobile marine predators: an understudied source of nutrients to coral reefs in an unfished atoll. Proceedings of the Royal Society B. 285:20172456 pdf


14. Jacoby DMP, Papastamatiou YP & Freeman R (2016) Inferring animal social networks and leadership: applications for passive monitoring arrays. Royal Society Interface 13(124):20160676 pdf


13. Jacoby DMP, Siriwat P, Freeman R & Carbone C (2016) Scaling of swim speed in sharks: a reply to Morrison (2016). Biology Letters. 12(8)


12. Jacoby DMP & Freeman R (2016) Emerging network-based analyses in movement ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 31:301-314


11. Naylor P & Jacoby DMP (2016) Territoriality in the tompot blenny, Parablennius gattorugine from photographic records. Journal of Fish Biology. 88(4):1642-1647 pdf


10. Jacoby DMP, Siriwat P, Freeman R & Carbone C (2015) Is the scaling of swim speed in sharks driven by metabolism? Biology Letters. 12(11):20150781


9. Jacoby DMP, Casselman JM, Crook V, DeLucia M-B, Ahn H, Kaifu K, Kurwie T, Sasal P, Silfvergrip AMC, Smith KG, Uchida K, Walker AM & Gollock MJ (2015) Synergistic patterns of threat and the challenges facing global anguillid eel conservation. Global Ecology and Conservation. 4:321-333 pdf


8. Jacoby DMP, Fear L, Sims DW & Croft DP (2014) Shark personalities? Repeatability of social network traits in a widely distributed predatory fish. Behavioral Ecology and Sociobiology. 68:1995-2003 pdf


7. Jacoby DMP, Sims DW & Croft DP (2012) The effect of familiarity on aggregation and social behaviour in juvenile small spotted catsharks Scyliorhinus canicula. Journal of Fish Biology. 81:1596-1610


6. Croft DP, Hamilton PB, Darden SK, Jacoby DMP, James R, Bettaney EM & Tyler CR (2012) The role of relatedness in structuring the social network of a wild guppy population. Oecologia. 170(4):955-963 pdf


5. Jacoby DMP, Brooks EJ, Croft DP & Sims DW (2012) Developing a deeper understanding of animal movements and spatial dynamics through novel application of network analyses. Methods in Ecology and Evolution. 3(3):574-583 pdf


4. Jones SA, Cooke A, Whiteside M & Jacoby DMP (2012) The effects of morphological and environmental conditions on vigilance behaviour in the feral goat (Capra hircus). Journal of the Lundy Field Society. 3:87-98 pdf

3. Griffiths AM, Jacoby DMP, Casane D, McHugh M, Croft DP, Genner MJ & Sims DW (2012) First Analysis of Multiple Paternity in an Oviparous Shark, the Small-Spotted Catshark (Scyliorhinus canicula L.). Journal of Heredity. 103(2):166-173 pdf


2. Jacoby DMP, Croft DP & Sims DW (2012) The social behaviour of sharks and rays: analysis, patterns and implications for conservation. Fish and Fisheries. 13(4):399-417

1. Jacoby DMP, Busawon DS & Sims DW (2010) Sex and social networking: the influence of male presence on social structure of female shark groups. Behavioral Ecology. 21(4):808-818 pdf

39. Williamson MJ, Tebbs EJ, Dawson TP, Thompson HJ, Head CEI and Jacoby DMP (2022), Monitoring shallow coral reef exposure to environmental stressors using satellite earth observation: the reef environmental stress exposure toolbox (RESET). Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. pdf


38. Villegas-Ríos D, Jacoby DMP & Mourier J. (2022) Social networks and the conservation of fish. Communications Biology 5, 178. pdf


37. Jacoby DMP, Brown C, Croft DP, Mann J & Mourier J. (2022) Editorial: Sociality in the Marine Environment. Frontiers in Marine Science. pdf


36. Williamson MJ, Curnick DJ, Jacoby DMP, Durant SM & O’Neill HMK (2022) Ethical considerations in natural history film production and the need for industry-wide best practice. Global Ecology and Conservation. 34: e01981. pdf


35. Curnick DJ, Davies AJ, Duncan C, Freeman R, Jacoby DMP, Shelley THE, Rossi C, Wearn OR, Williamson MJ & Pettorelli N. (2021) SmallSats: a new technological frontier in ecology and conservation? Remote Sensing in Ecology and Conservation. 8(2): 139-150 pdf

34. Jacoby DMP, Fairbairn BS, Frazier BS, Gallagher AJ, Heithaus MR, Cooke SJ & Hammerschlag N. (2021) Social Network Analysis Reveals the Subtle Impacts of Tourist Provisioning on the Social Behavior of a Generalist Marine Apex Predator. Frontiers in Marine Science. pdf

33. Queiroz N, Humphries NE, et al ... Jacoby DMP, … et al Southall EJ & Sims DW (2021) Reply to: Caution over use of ecological big-data for conservation. Nature. 595, E20–E28

32. Queiroz N, Humphries NE, et al ... Jacoby DMP, … et al Southall EJ & Sims DW (2021) Reply to: Shark mortality cannot be assessed by fishery overlap alone. Nature. 595, E8–E16

31. Noviello N, McGonigle C, Jacoby DMP, Meyers EKM, Jiménez-Alvarado D & Barker J (2021) Modelling Critically Endangered marine species: bias-corrected citizen science data informs habitat suitability for the angelshark (Squatina squatina). Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems. pdf

Book chapters and sections

2. Mourier J, Lédée E, Guttridge T & Jacoby DMP (2018) Network analysis and theory in shark ecology - methods and applications. In Shark Research: Emerging Technologies and Applications for the Field and Laboratory 337–356

1. Jacoby DMP (2018) Wild vs. Lab Box Elasmobranch Cognition in the Wild. Section in Chapter 16 Sharks - Elasmobranch Cognition by Guttridge TL, Yopak KA & Schluessel V.  In Field and Laboratory Methods in Animal Cognition: A Comparative Guide 372

IUCN Red List of Threatened Species Assessments

13. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla marmorata (errata version published in 2020). The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T166189A167699312. Link

12. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla mossambica. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T183155A96229580. Link

11. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla bicolor. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T166894A96228348. Link

10. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla interioris. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T198972A152046825. Link

9. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla bengalensis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T61668607A96227813. Link

8. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla obscura. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T196302A151122361. Link

7. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla luzonensis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T18435966A152221337. Link

6. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla borneensis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T198973A152198206. Link

5. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla megastoma. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T196301A151118046. Link

4. Pike C, Crook V, Gollock MJ & Jacoby DMP (2019) Anguilla celebesensis. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2019: e.T195503A152036403. Link

3. Jacoby DMP & Gollock, MJ (2014) Anguilla anguilla. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2014: e.T60344A45833138. Link

2. Jacoby DMP, Casselman JM, DeLucia M-B & Gollock MJ (2017) Anguilla rostrata (amended version of 2014 assessment). The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2017: e.T191108A121739077. Link

1. Jacoby DMP & Gollock MJ (2014) Anguilla japonica. The IUCN Red List of Threatened Species 2014: e.T166184A1117791. Link

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Journal articles
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