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Life history of the spiny dogfish

Life history of the spiny dogfish,A. C. Jensen

Life history of the spiny dogfish   (Citations: 22)
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Published in 1965.
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    • ...when resources decline (Jensen, 1965; Holden, 1966; Alonso et al., 2002)...

    Shannon P. GERRYet al. Shark scavenging behavior in the presence of competition

    • ...They are known to segregate by sex and by size on both local and regional scales (Pratt 1979, Castro 1983) and many species use bays and estuaries for part of the year and depart during the winter months (Steven 1932, Bearden 1959, Jensen 1965, Struhsaker 1969, Sage et al. 1972, Snelson & Williams 1981, van der Elst 1981, Smith & Merriner 1987, Rousset 1990)...

    Todd E. Hopkinset al. The Influence of Environmental Variables on the Distribution and Abund...

    • ...We did not find American lobster in the few spiny dogfish stomachs examined (Table 3). We acknowledge that the sample probably was too small to be representative of the spiny dogfish population in the sGSL. Spiny dogfish in the northwestern Atlantic are generally thought to feed mostly on pelagic fishes (especially Atlantic herring) and, to a much lesser degree, on benthic invertebrates such as shrimp and crabs (Jensen 1966; Rae 1967; Edwards and Bowman 1979)...

    John Mark Hansonet al. Evaluation of Atlantic Cod Predation on American Lobster in the Southe...

    • ...Although the role of these behaviors is poorly understood, several functions have been proposed to explain why sharks aggregate: (1) reproduction (Olsen 1954, Jensen 1965, Kenney 1968, Klimley & Nelson 1981, Carrier et al. 1994), (2) mate selection (Carrier et al. 1994), (3) to conserve energy and allow social interactions between individuals during the inactive part of the day (Klimley & Nelson 1984, Klimley 1985), and (4) for ...

    Alistair E. Economakiset al. Aggregation behavior of the grey reef shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhyncho...

    • ...Such changes in sea temperature are important because the distribution of many shark species (including the blue shark), are known to be strongly influenced by sea temperature (Bigelow & Schroeder 1948, Backus et al. 1956, Strasburg 1958, Jensen 1965, Miles 1971, Bass et al. 1973, Gubanov & Grigoryev 1975, Sciarrotta & Nelson 1977, Casey 1982, Casey & Pratt...

    Philip Vas. The abundance of the blue shark, Prionace glauca , in the western Engl...

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