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Biodiversity and environmental characteristics of the bycatch assemblages from the tropical tuna purse seine fisheries in the eastern Atlantic Ocean


FRONTIERS in marine science

Biodiversity and habitat characteristics of the by-catch assemblages in fish aggregating devices (FADS) and school sets in the eastern Pacific Ocean


Biodiversity in the by-catch communities of the pelagic ecosystem in the western Indian Ocean

Carcharhinus falciformis and Canthidermis maculata By-Catch Species in the Tropical Tuna Purse-Seine Fishery under Climate Change

Present and future potential habitat distribution of Carcharhinus falciformis and Canthidermis maculata by-catch species in the tropical tuna purse-seine fishery under climate change

Research Priorities to Support Effective Manta and Devil Ray Conservation

Research priorities to support effective manta and devil ray conservation


Environmental characteristics associated with the presence of the spinetail devilray (Mobula mobular) in the eastern tropical Pacific

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The nursery area of the devilray (Mobula munkiana) at a marine protected area in Espiritu Santo Archipelago, Gulf of California, Mexico

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Spatial and temporal distribution of mobulid ray species in the eastern Pacific Ocean ascertained from observer data from the tropical tuna purse-seine fishery 


Spatio-temporal distribution of spinetail devil ray Mobula mobular in the eastern tropical Atlantic Ocean


Using a Bayesian modelling approach (INLA-SPDE) to predict the occurrence of the Spinetail Devil Ray (Mobular mobular)