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Gallant, Jeffrey J., Marco A. Rodríguez, Michael J. W. Stokesbury, and Chris Harvey-Clark. 2016. Influence of environmental variables on the diel movements of the Greenland Shark (Somniosus microcephalus) in the St. Lawrence Estuary. Canadian Field-Naturalist 130(1): 1-14.

 

Gallant, Jeffrey, Chris Harvey-Clark, Ransom A. Myers, and Michael J. W. Stokesbury. 2005. Sea lamprey (Petromyzon marinus) attached to a Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) in the St. Lawrence Estuary, Canada. Northeastern Naturalist 13(1): 35-38.

 

Stokesbury, Michael J. W., Chris Harvey-Clark, Jeffrey Gallant, Barbara A. Block, and Ransom A. Myers. 2005. Movement and environmental preferences of Greenland sharks (Somniosus microcephalus) electronically tagged in the St. Lawrence Estuary, Canada. Marine Biology 148: 159-165.

 

Harvey-Clark, Chris, Jeffrey Gallant, and John Batt. 2005. Vision and its relationship to novel behaviour in St. Lawrence River Greenland sharks (Somniosus microcephalus). Canadian Field-Naturalist 119(3): 355-358.

 

 

AUTRES PUBLICATIONS

 

Nous ne sommes pas les seuls à étudier le requin du Groenland. De plus, nos emplois réguliers limitent présentement le nombre et la durée de nos missions. Nous ne pouvons donc pas publier aussi souvent que nous le souhaiterions. Il nous fait donc plaisir de vous proposer les articles suivants. Les publications sont présentées en ordre chronologique avec l'article le plus récent en tête :

 

Nielsen, J., Hedeholm, R. B., Heinemeier, J., Bushnell, P. G., Christiansen, J. S., Olsen, J., ... Steffensen, J. F. 2016. Eye lens radiocarbon reveals centuries of longevity in the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus). Science (New York, N.Y.), 353(6300), 702-4. DOI: 10.1126/science.aaf1703

 

Barkley, A.N., S.J. Cooke, A.T. Fisk, K. Hedges and N.E. Hussey. 2016. Capture-induced stress in deep-water Arctic fish. Polar Biology. DOI: 10.1007/s00300-016-1928-8.

 

Chernova, N.V., E. V. Smirnova, and E. V. Raskhozheva. 2015. First record of the Greenland shark Somniosus microcephalus (Squaliformes: Somniosidae) in the Siberian Arctic with notes on its distribution and biology. Journal of Ichthyology 55(6): 827-835.

 

Hussey NE, Cosandey-Godin A, Walter RP, Hedges KJ, VanGerwen-Toyne M, Barkley AN, Kessel ST, Fisk AT (2014) Juvenile Greenland sharks Somniosus microcephalus (Bloch & Schneider, 1801) in the Canadian Arctic. Polar Biology, November 2014

 

Corsolini S, Ancora S,  Bianchi N, Mariotti G, Leonzio C, Christiansen JS (2014) Organotropism of persistent organic pollutants and heavy metals in the Greenland shark Somniosus microcephalus in NE Greenland. Marine Pollution Bulletin, 87 (1-2): 381-387

 

Nielsen J, Hedeholm RB, Simon M, Steffensen JF (2014) Distribution and feeding ecology of the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) in Greenland waters. Polar Biol 37:37–46

 

Campana SE, Fisk AT, Klimley AP (2014) Movements of Arctic and northwest Atlantic Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus) monitored with archival satellite pop-up tags suggest long-range migrations. Deep Sea Res Part II. doi:10.1016/j.dsr2.2013.11.001

 

Christiansen JS, Mecklenburg CW, Karamushko OV (2014) Arctic marine fishes and their fisheries in light of global change. Glob Change Biol 20:352–359

 

Cosandey-Godin A, Krainski ET, Worm B, Mills Flemming J (2014) Applying Bayesian spatio-temporal models to fish bycatch in the Canadian Arctic. Can J Fish Aquat Sci. doi:10.1139/cjfas-2014-0159

 

McMeans BC, Arts MT, Lydersen C, Kovacs KM, Hop H, Falk-Peterson S, Fisk AT (2013) The role of Greenland sharks (Somniosus microcephalus) in an Arctic ecosystem assessed via stable isotopes and fatty acids. Mar Biol 160:1223–1238

 

Davis B, VanderZwaag D, Cosandey AG, Hussey N, Kessel S, Worm B (2013) The Conservation of the Greenland Shark (Somniosus Microcephalus): Setting Scientific, Law and Policy Coordinates for Avoiding a Species at Risk. In Tracking and Protecting Marine Species at Risk: Scientific Advances, Sea of Governance Challenges. Journal of International Wildlife Law & Policy. 16(4):300-315.

 

Lynghammar A, Christiansen JS, Mecklenburg CW, Karamushko OV, Moller PR, Gallucci VF (2013) Species richness and distribution of chondrichthyan fishes in the Arctic Ocean and adjacent seas. Biodiversity 14:57–66

 

Rusyaev SM, Orlov AM (2013) Bycatches of the Greenland shark Somniosus microcephalus (Squaliformes, Chondrichthyes) in the Barents sea and adjacent waters under bottom trawling data. J Ichthyol 53:111–115

 

Fisk AT, Lyderson C, Kovacs KM (2012) Archival pop-off tag tracking of Greenland sharks Somniosus microcephalus in the high Arctic waters of Svalbard, Norway. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 468:255–265

 

Beguer-Pon M, Benchetrit J, Castonguay M, Aarestrup K, Campana SE, et al. (2012) Shark Predation on Migrating Adult American Eels (Anguilla rostrata) in the Gulf of St. Lawrence. PLoS ONE 7(10): e46830. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0046830

 

Leclerc L-M, Lydersen C, Haug T, Bachmann L, Fisk AT, and Kovacs KM (2012) A missing piece in the Arctic food web puzzle? Stomach contents of Greenland sharks sampled in Svalbard, Norway. Polar Biology, 35(8), pp. 1197 1208.

 

MacNeil MA, McMeans BC, Hussey NE, Vecsei P, Svavarsson J, Kovacs KM, Lydersen C, Treble MA, Skomal GB, Ramsey M, Fisk AT (2012) Biology of the Greenland shark Somniosus microcephalus. J Fish Biol 80:991–1018

 

McKinney MA, McMeans BC, Tomy GT, Rosenberg B, Ferguson SH, Morris A, Muir DCG, Fisk AT (2012) Transfer of persistent organic pollutants in a changing Arctic. Environ Sci Technol 46:9914–9922

 

Peklova I, Hussey NE, Hedges KJ, Treble MA, Fisk AT (2012) Depth and temperature preferences of the deepwater flatfish Greenland halibut Reinhardtius hippoglossoides in an Arctic marine ecosystem. Mar Ecol Prog Ser 467:193–205

 

Castro JI (2011) The Sharks of North America. Oxford University Press, pp. 34-35.

 

Ford JKB, Ellis GM, Matkin CO, Wetklo MH, Barrett-Lennard LG, and Withler RE (2011) Shark predation and tooth wear in a population of northeastern Pacific killer whales. Aquatic Biology 11:213-224.

 

Zeller D, Booth S, Pakhomov E, Swartz W, Pauly D (2011) Arctic fisheries catches in Russia, USA, and Canada: baselines for neglected ecosystem. Polar Biol 34:955–973

 

Dennard ST, MacNeil MA, Treble MA, Campana S, Fisk AT (2010) Hierarchical analysis of a remote, Arctic, artisanal longline fishery. ICES J Mar Sci 67:41–51

 

Idrobo CJ (2008) The Pangnirtung Inuit and the Greenland Shark. Master's thesis, University of Manitoba, Winnipeg. 149 pp.

 

Murray BW, Wang JY, Yang SC, Stevens JD, Fisk AT, Svavarsson J (2008) Mitochondrial cytochrome b variation in sleeper sharks (Squaliformes:Somniosidae). Mar Biol 153:1015–1022

 

Yano K, Stevens JD, and Compagno LJV (2007) Distribution, reproduction and feeding of the Greenland shark, Somniosus microcephalus, with notes on two other sleeper sharks, Somniosus pacificus and Somniosus antarcticus. Journal of Fish Biology 70:374-390.

 

Benz GW, Hoffmayer ER, Driggers WB, Allen D, Bishop LE, Brown DA (2007) First record of a sleeper shark in the western Gulf of Mexico and comments on taxonomic uncertainty within Somniosus (Somniosus). B Mar Sci 80:343–351

 

Hulbert LB, Sigler MF and Lunsford CR (2006) Depth and movement behaviour of the Pacific sleeper shark in the northeast Pacific Ocean. Journal of Fish Biology 69:406 425.

 

Skomal GB, and Benz GW (2004). Ultrasonic tracking of Greenland sharks, Somniosus microcephalus, under Arctic ice. Marine Biology 145:489-498.

 

Benz GW, Borucinska JD, Lowry LF and Whiteley HE (2002) Ocular lesions associated with attachment of the copepod Ommatokoita elongata (Lernaeopodidae: Siphonostomatoida) to corneas of Pacific sleeper sharks Somniosus pacificus captured off Alaska in Prince William Sound. Journal of Parasitology 88:474-481.

 

Fisk A, Tittlemier SA, Pranschke JL, and Norstrom RJ (2002) Using anthropogenic contaminants and stable isotopes to assess the feeding ecology of Greenland sharks. Ecology 83:2162-2172.

 

Borucinska JD, Benz GW, Whiteley HE (1998) Ocular lesions associated with attachment of the parasitic copepod Ommatokoita elongata (Grant) to corneas of Greenland sharks, Somniosus microcephalus (Bloch & Schneider). Journal of Fish Diseases 21:415-422.

 

Ridoux V, Hall AJ, Steingrimsson G, and Olafsson G (1998) An inadvertent homing experiment with a young ringed seal, Phoca hispida. Marine Mammal Science 14:888-894.

 

Herdendorf CE, and Berra TM (1995) A Greenland shark from the wreck of the SS Central America at 2,200 meters. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 124:950-953.

 

Scott WB, and Scott MG (1988) Atlantic Fishes of Canada. University of Toronto Press, pp. 33-35.

 

Ebert DA, Compagno LJV, Natanson LJ (1987) Biological notes on the Pacific sleeper shark, Somniosus pacificus (Chondrichthyes: Squalidae). Calif Fish Game 73:117–123

 

Kondyurin V, Myagkov N (1983) Catches of newborn Greenland shark, Somniosus microcephalus (Bloch and Schneider)(Dalatiidae). J Ichthyol 23:140–141

 

Beck B, and Mansfield AW (1969) Observations on the Greenland shark, Somniosus microcephalus, in Northern Baffin Island. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 26:143-145.

 

Roe HSJ (1969) The food and feeding habits of the sperm whales (Physeter Catodon L.) taken off the west coast of Iceland. ICES Journal of Marine Science 33:93-102.

 

Hansen P (1963) Tagging experiments with the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus (Bloch and Schneider)) in subarea 1. Int Comm Northwest Atl Fish Spec Publ 4:172–175

 

Koefoed E (1957) Notes of the Greenland shark Acanthorhinus carcharias (Gunn). 2. A uterine foetus and the uterus from a Greenland shark. Rep Nor Fish Mar Investig 11:8–12

 

Bigelow HB, Schroeder WC (1948) Sharks. In: Tee-Van J, Breder CM, Hildebrand SF, Parr AE, Schroeder WC (eds) Fishes of the North Atlantic, part 1. Yale University, Sears Foundation for Marine Research, Connecticut, pp 59–546

 

Jensen AS (1948) Contribution to the ichthyofauna of Greenland 8–24. Skrifter udgivet af Universitets Zoologiske Museum, KA, Benhavn 9, 1–182

 

Jensen AS (1914) The selachians of Greenland. B. Lunos Bogtrykkeri, Copenhagen

 

 

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