Andrzejaczek, S., Chapple, T.K., Jorgensen, S.J. , Anderson, S.D., Castleton, M.R.,  Kanive, P.E., White, T. & Block, B.A (in press) Multi-decadal high-resolution data reveal the cryptic vertical movement patterns of a large marine predator along the Californian coast. Frontiers in Marine Science

Jorgensen, S., Micheli, F., White, T.D., … Chapple, T.K., ..., Ferretti, F. (in press).Emergent research and priorities for shark and ray conservation. Endangered Species Research. DOI:

Queiroz, N., Humphries, N.E., Couto, A., Vedor, M., Da Costa, I., Sequeira, A.M., Mucientes, G., Santos, A.M., Abascal, F.J., Abercrombie, D.L. and Abrantes, K., (2021). Reply to: Shark mortality cannot be assessed by fishery overlap alone. Nature, 595(7866), pp.E8-E16.

Queiroz, N., Humphries, N.E., Couto, A., Vedor, M., Da Costa, I., Sequeira, A.M., Mucientes, G., Santos, A.M., Abascal, F.J., Abercrombie, D.L. and Abrantes, K., (2021). Reply to: Caution over the use of ecological big data for conservation. Nature, 595(7866), pp.E20-E28.

Williamson, M.J., Tebbs, E.J., Dawson, T.P., Curnick, D.J., Ferretti, F., Carlisle, A.B., Chapple, T.K., Schallert, R.J., Tickler, D.M., Block, B.A. & Jacoby, D.M., (2021). Gap analysis of acoustic tracking data reveals spatial and temporal segregation in sympatric reef sharks. Ecology and Evolution.

Chapple, T.K., Tickler, D., Roche, R.C., Bayley, D.T.I., Gleiss, A.C., Kanive, P.E., Jewell, O.J.D., Jorgensen, S.J., Schallert, R., Carlisle, A.B., Sannassy Pilly, J., Andrzejaczek, S., Wikelski, S, Hussey, N.E. & Block, B.A. (2021) Ancillary data from animal-borne cameras as an ecological survey tool for marine communities. Marine Biology

Wright. S., Righton, D., Naulaerts, J., Schallert, R.J., Griffiths, C., Chapple., T.K., Madigan, D.J., Laptikhovsky, V., Bendall, V., Hobbs, R., Beare, D., Clingham, E., Block, B.A. & Collins, M.A. (2021). Yellowfin tuna behavioural ecology and catchability in the South Atlantic: The right place at the right time (and depth). Frontiers in Marine Science

Kanive, P.E., Rotella, J.J., Chapple, T.K., Anderson, S.D., White, T.D., Block, B.A. & Jorgensen, S.J., (2021). Estimates of regional annual abundance and population growth rates of white sharks off central California. Biological Conservation

Curnick, D.J., Andrzejaczek, S., Jacoby, D.M., Coffey, D.M., Carlisle, A.B., Chapple, T.K., Ferretti, F., Schallert, R.J., White, T., Block, B.A. & Koldewey, H.J., (2020). Behavior and Ecology of Silky Sharks Around the Chagos Archipelago and Evidence of Indian Ocean Wide Movement. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Jacoby, D.M., Ferretti, F., Freeman, R., Carlisle, A.B., Chapple, T.K., Curnick, D.J., Dale, J.J., Schallert, R.J., Tickler, D. & Block, B.A., (2020) Shark movement strategies influence poaching risk and can guide enforcement decisions in a remote marine protected area. Journal of Applied Ecology

Andrzejaczek, S., Chapple, T. K., Curnick, D. J., Carlisle, A. B., Castleton, M., Jacoby, D.  M., Peel, L. R., Schallert, R. J., Tickler, D. M., & Block, B. A. (2020) Individual variation in residency and regional movements of reef manta rays Mobula alfredi in a large marine protected area. Marine Ecology Progress Series.

Andrzejaczek, S., Gleiss, A. C., Lear, K. O., Pattiaratchi, C., Chapple, T. K., & Meekan, M. G. (2020) Depth-dependent dive kinematics suggest cost-efficient foraging strategies by tiger sharks. Royal Society Open Science.

Dunn, N., Johri, S., Curnick, D., Carbone, C., Dinsdale, E. A., Chapple, T. K., Block, B. A., & Savolainen, V. (2020) Complete mitochondrial genome of the gray reef shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos (Carcharhiniformes: Carcharhinidae). Mitochondrial DNA Part B.

Hays, G. C., …Chapple, T. K.,…,Curnick, D. (2020) A review of a decade of lessons from one of the world’s largest MPAs: Conservation gains and key challenges. Marine Biology.

Johri, S., Chapple, T. K., Dinsdale, E. A., Robert, S., & Block, B. A. (2020) Mitochondrial genome of the silky shark Carcharhinus falciformis from the British Indian Ocean Territory Marine Protected Area. Mitochondrial DNA Part B.

Johri, S., Chapple, T. K., Robert, S., Dinsdale, E. A., & Block, B. A. (2020) Complete mitochondrial genome of the whitetip reef shark Triaenodon obesus from the British Indian Ocean Territory Marine Protected Area. Mitochondrial DNA Part B.

Johri, S., Dunn, N., Chapple, T. K., Curnick, D., Savolainen, V., Dinsdale, E. A., & Block, B. A. (2020) Mitochondrial genome of the Silvertip shark, Carcharhinus albimarginatus, from the British Indian Ocean Territory. Mitochondrial DNA Part B.

Carlisle A.B., Tickler, D., Dale, J.J., Ferretti, F., Curnick, D.J., Chapple, T.K., Schallert, R., Castleton, M. & Block, B. A. (2019) Estimating space use of mobile fishes in a large marine protected area with methodological considerations in acoustic array design. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Queiroz, N., … Chapple, T. K.,…, Sims, D. W. (2019) Global spatial risk assessment of sharks under the footprint of fisheries. Nature.

Andrzejaczek S., Gleiss A.C., Lear K.O. , Pattiaratchi, C.B., Chapple, T.K., & Meekan, M.G. Biologging Tags Reveal Links Between Fine-Scale Horizontal and Vertical Movement Behaviors in Tiger Sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier). Frontiers in Marine Science.

Jewell, O.J.D., Gleiss, A.C., Jorgensen, S.J., Andrzejaczek, S., Moxley, J.H., Beatty, S.J., Wikelski, M., Block., B.A., & Chapple, T.K. Cryptic habitat use of white sharks in kelp forest revealed by animal-borne video. Biology Letters.

Jorgensen, S.J., Anderson, S.D., Ferretti, F.,Tietz­, J., Chapple, T.K., Kanive, P.E., & Block, B.A. Killer whales displace white sharks on foraging grounds. Scientific Reports.

Kanive, P.E., Rotella, J.J., Jorgensen, S.J., Chapple, T.K., Hines, J.E., Anderson, S.D. & Block, B.A. Size-specific apparent survival rate estimates of white sharks using mark- recapture models. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences.

Liu, Z.Y.C., Moxley, J.H., Kanive, P., Gleiss, A.C., Maughan, T., Bird, L., Jewell, O.J., Chapple, T.K., Gagne, T., White, C.F. and Jorgensen, S.J., 2019. Deep learning accurately predicts white shark locomotor activity from depth data. Animal Biotelemetry, 7(1), pp.1-13.

Tickler, D., Carlisle, A.B., Chapple, T.K., Curnick, D.J., Dale, J.J., Schallert, R. & Block, B.B. Potential detection of illegal fishing by passive acoustic telemetry. Animal Biotelemetry.

Huveneers, C., Apps, K., Becerril-García, E.E., Bruce, B., Butcher, P.A., Carlisle, A.B., Chapple, T.K., … & Werry, J. Future Research Directions on the “Elusive” White Shark. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Chapple, T. K., Chambert, T., Kanive, P. E., Jorgensen, S. J., Anderson, S. D., Carlisle, A. B., Rotella, J. J., & Block, B. A. A novel application of multi-event modeling to efficiently estimate segregation among sex and age classes of a highly migratory pelagic vertebrate. Ecology.

Kanive, P. E., Rotella, J. J., Jorgensen, S. J., Chapple, T. K., Anderson, S. D., Klimley, A. P., & Block, B. A. Estimating apparent survival of sub-adult and adult white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) in central California using mark-recapture methods. Frontiers in Marine Science.

Jorgensen, S. J., Gleiss, A. C., Kanive, P. E., Chapple, T. K., Anderson, S. D., Ezcurra, J. M., Brandt W. T. & Block, B. A. In the Belly of the Beast: Resolving Stomach Tag Data to Link Temperature, Acceleration and Feeding in White Sharks (Carcharodon carcharias). Animal Biotelemetry.

Feretti, F., Jorgensen, S. J., Chapple, T. K., De Leo, G. & Micheli, F. Reconciling predator conservation with public safety. Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment.

Chapple, T. K., Gleiss, A. C., Jewell, O. J. D., Wikelski, M. & Block, B. A. Tracking Sharks Without Teeth: A Non-Invasive Rigid Tag Attachment for Large Predatory Sharks. Animal Biotelemetry.

Chapple, T. K. & Botsford, L. W. A comparison of linear demographic models and the fraction of lifetime egg production (FLEP) for assessing sustainability in sharks. Conservation Biology.

Jorgensen, S. J. Arnoldi, N. S., Estess, E. E., Chapple, T. K., Rückert,, M, Anderson, S. D. & Block, B. A. Eating or Meeting? Cluster Analysis Reveals Intricacies of White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) Migration and Offshore Behavior. PLoSONE.

Carlisle A.B., Kim S.L., Semmens B.X., Madigan D.J., Perle C.R., Jorgensen S.J., Anderson, S.A., Chapple, T.K., Kanive, P.E. & Block B.A. Using stable isotope analysis to understand migration and trophic ecology of eastern North Pacific white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias). PLoSONE.

Jorgensen, S. J., Chapple, T. K., Anderson, S. A., Hoyos, M., Reeb, C., & Block, B. A. Connectivity among White Sharks Coastal Aggregation Areas in the Northeastern Pacific. Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the Great White Shark. DOI: 10.1201/b11532-16

Chapple, T. K., Jorgensen, S. J., Anderson, S. A., Kanive, P. E., Klimley, A. P., & Block, B. A. A first estimate of white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, abundance off central California using photo-identity marking. Biology Letters.

Anderson, S. A., Chapple, T. K., Jorgensen, S, J, Klimley, A. P., & Block, B. A. Validation of Long-term Individual Identification and Site Fidelity of Great White Sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, Off California Using Dorsal Fins. Marine Biology.

Jorgensen, S. J., Reeb, C. A., Chapple, T. K., Anderson, S., Perle, C., Van Sommeran, S. R., Fritz-Cope, C., Brown, A. C., Klimley, A. P., & Block, B. A. Philopatry and migration of Pacific white sharks. Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.