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Nigel Hussey

24.05.2018

Nigel E. Hussey
Movement and Trophic Ecologist
Ocean Tracking Network - Arctic
University of Windsor, Biological Sciences
401 Sunset Avenue, Windsor, Ontario, N9B 3P4. Canada.
Current contact details: Tel: +1 519 253 3000 ext. 4957
email: nehussey@uwindsor.ca
website: www.husseylab.com
EDUCATION
Ph.D. Bangor University, Wales, UK. 2009 Marine Science
M.Sc. Bangor University, Wales, UK. 2003 Marine Environmental Protection (Dist.)
TEFL Cardiff University, Wales, UK. 1996 Teaching English as a Foreign Language
B.Sc Kingston University, London, UK. 1993 Earth Science (Hons.)

ACADEMIC POSITIONS
Assistant Professor (2016 - present)
University of Windsor, Biological Sciences

Research Associate (2013 - 2016)
University of Windsor, Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research – Ocean Tracking Network

Post-doctoral Research Fellow (2010 - 2012)
University of Windsor, Great Lakes Institute for Environmental Research – Ocean Tracking Network

BOARDS AND COMMITTEES
Board of Advisors – Bimini Biological Field Station (2012 - present)

Advising Member (2013 - present)
International Union for the Conservation of Nature (IUCN)/Species Survival Commission (SSC) Shark Specialist Group

Review Editor (2014 - present)
Frontiers in Marine Science – Marine Megafauna

Committee Member (2015 - present)
Ocean Tracking Network Synthesis Output Committee

Scientific and Conservation Advisory Council (2016 - present)
Beneath the Waves

Committee Member
Northern Science Training Program (2016 - present)

Committee Member
University of Windsor – Animal Care Committee (2017 - present)

AWARDS
Stevenson Lectureship Award (2018)

PEER-REVIEWED SCIENTIFIC PUBLICATIONS
76. Ivanova, S.V., Kessel, S.T., Landry, J., O’Neill, C.O., McLean, M.F., Espinoza, M., Hussey, N.E. and Fisk, A.T. Impact of vessel traffic on the home ranges and movement of Shorthorn sculpin (Myoxocephalus Scorpius) in the nearshore environment of the high Arctic. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. In press.

75. Hussey, N.E., Orr J., Fisk, A.T., Hedges, K.J., Ferguson, S. and Barkley, A.N. (2018) Mark report satellite tags (mrPATs) to detail large-scale horizontal movements of deep water species: First results for the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus). Deep Sea Research: Part 1: Oceanographic Research Papers. In press.

74. Landry, J.J., Kessel, S.T., McLean, M.F., Ivanova, S.V., Hussey, N.E., O’Neill, C., Vagle, S., Dick, T. and Fisk, A.T. (2018) Movement types of an Arctic benthic fish, Shorthorn scuplin (Myoxocephalus Scorpius) during open water periods in response to biotic and abiotic factors. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. In press.

73. Bond, M.E., Valentin-Albanese, J., Babcock, E.A., Hussey, N.E., Heithaus, M.R. and Chapman, D.D. (2018) The trophic ecology of Caribbean reef sharks (Carcharhinus perezi) relative to other large teleost predators on an isolated coral atoll. Marine Biology. In press.

72. Bird, C.S., Veríssimo, A., Magozzi, S., Abrantes, K.G., Aguilar, A., Al-Reasi, H., Barnett, A., Bethea, D.M., Biais, G., Borrell, A., Bouchoucha, M., Boyle, M., Brooks, E.J., Brunnschweiler, J., Bustamante, P., Carlisle, A. Catarino, D., Caut, S., Cherel, Y., Chouvelon, T., Churchill, D., Ciancio, J., Claes, J., Colaço, A., Courtney, D.L., Cresson, P., Daly, R., de Necker, L., Endo, T., Figueiredo, I., Frisch, A.J., Hansen, J.H., Heithaus, M., Hussey, N.E., Iitembu, J., Juanes, F., Kinney, M.J., Kiszka, J.J., Klarian, S.A., Kopp, D., Leaf, R., Li, Y., Lorrain, A., Madigan, D.J., Maljković, A., Malpica-Cruz, L., Matich, P., Meekan, M.G., Ménard. F., Menezes, G.M., Munroe, S.E.M., Newman, M.C., Papastamatiou, Y.P., Pethybridge, H., Plumlee, J.D., Polo-Silva, C., Quaeck-Davies, K., Raoult, V., Reum, J., Torres-Rojas, Y.E., Shiffman, D.S., Shipley, O.N., Speed, C.N., Staudinger, M.D., Teffer, A.K., Tilley, A., Valls, M., Vaudo, J.J., Wai, T.C., Wells, R.J.D., Wyatt, A.S.J., Yool, A., and Trueman, C.N. (2018) A global perspective on the trophic geography of sharks. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 2, 299-305.

71. Barkley, A.N*., Fisk, A.T., Hedges, K., Treble, M., Kennedy, J. and Hussey, N.E. (2018) Transient behavior of a deep-water flatfish in coastal waters: implications of inshore-offshore connectivity for fisheries management. Journal of Applied Ecology. In press.

70. Yurkowski, D., Hussey, N.E., Fisk, A.T., Imrie, K.L., Tallman, R.F. and Ferguson, S.F. (2017) Temporal shifts in intraguild predation pressure between beluga whales and Greenland halibut in a changing Arctic. Biology Letters, 13, 20170433; DOI: 10.1098 / rsbl.2017.0433

69. Kessel, S.T., Alhasan, N., Yurkowski, D.J., Walter, R.P., Klaus, R. Chekchak, T., Hill. G. and Hussey, N.E. (2017) Conservation of reef manta rays (Manta alfredi) in a UNESCO World Heritage Site: Large-scale island development or sustainable tourism? PLoS ONE 12(10): e0185419. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0185419

68. Walter, R.P, Roy, D., Hussey, N.E., Stelbrink, B., Kovacs, K., Lydersen, C., McMeans, B.C., Jorundur, S., Kessel, S., Porsmoguer, S.B., Wildes, S., Tribuzio, C., Campana, S.E., Petersen, S., Grubbs, R.D., Heath, D.D., Hedges, K. and Fisk, A.T. (2017) Origins of the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus): Impacts of ice-olation and introgression. Ecology and Evolution, 7, 8113-8125.

67. Lennox, R.J., Aarestrup, K., Cooke, S.J., Cowley, P., Deng, Z.D., Fisk, A.T., Harcourt, R., Heupel, M., Hinch, S.G., Holland, K., Hussey, N.E., Iverson, S., Kessel, S.T., Kocik, J., Lucas, M.C., Mills Flemming, J., Nguyen, V.M., Stokesbury, M.J.W., Vagle, S., VanderZwaag, D., Webber, D., Whoriskey, F.G. and Young, N. (2017) Envisioning the future of aquatic animal tracking: technology, science and application. BioScience, 67, 884-896.

66. Pedro, S., Fisk, A.T., Tomy, G.T., Ferguson, S.H., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S.T. and McKinney, M.A. (2017) Mercury and persistent organic pollutants in native and invading forage species of the Canadian Arctic: Consequences for food web dynamics. Environmental Pollution, 229, 229-240.

65. Shipley, O.N., Olin, J.A., Polunin, N.V.C., Sweeting, C.J., Newman, S.P., Brooks, E.J., Barker, S., Witt, M.J., Talwar, B. and Hussey, N.E. (2017) Deep trouble: Polar compounds preclude mathematical lipid correction of carbon stable isotopes in deep-water sharks. Journal of Experimental Marie Biology and Ecology, 494, 69-74.

64. Dicken, M.L., Hussey, N.E., Christiansen, H.M., Smale, M.J., Nkabi, N., Wintner, S.P. and Cliff, G. (2017) Diet and trophic ecology of the tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) from South African waters. PLoS ONE, 12(6): e0177897. https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0177897

63. Kessel, S.T., Fraser, J., Van Bonn, B., Brooks, J.L., Guttridge, T.L., Hussey, N.E. and Gruber, S.H. (2017) Transcoelomic expulsion of an ingested foreign object by a Carcharinid shark. Marine and Freshwater Research, 68, 2173-2177.

62. Hussey, N.E., DiBattista, J.D., Moore, J.W., Ward, E.J., Fisk, A.T., Kessel, S., Guttridge, T.L., Feldheim, K.A., Franks, B.R., Gruber, S.H., Weideli, O.C. and Chapman, D.D. (2017) Risky business for a marine predator? Testing the influence of foraging strategies on size and growth rate under natural conditions. Proceedings of the Royal Society of the United Kingdom - Part B, 284, 20170166. http://dx.doi.org/10.1098/rspb.2017.0

61. Amorim, A.F., Arfelli, C.A., Bornatowski, H. and Hussey, N.E. (2017) Rare giants? A large female great white shark caught in Brazilian waters. Marine Biodiversity. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12526-017-0656-9

60. Crossin, G.T., Heupel, M., Holbrook, C.M., Hussey, N.E., Lowerre-Barbieri, S., Nguyen, V.M., Raby, G.D. and Cooke, S.J. (2017) Acoustic telemetry and fisheries management. Ecological Applications, 27, 1031-1049.

59. Brown, T.A., Chrystal, E., Ferguson, S.H., Yurkowski, D.Y., Watt, C., Hussey, N.E. and Belt, S.T. (2017) Coupled changes in the sea ice carbon contribution to diet and trophic position of Cumberland Sound beluga whales identified by H-Print and δ15N analysis. Limnology and Oceanography, 62, 1606-1619.

58. Cooke, S.J., Nguyen, V.M., Kessel, S.T, Hussey, N.E., Young, N. and Ford, A. (2017) Troubling and unanticipated issues at the frontier of animal tracking for conservation and management. Conservation Biology, 31, 1205-1207.
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57. Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K.J., Barkley, A., Treble, M.A., Peklova, I., Ferguson, S.H., Yurkowski, D., Kessel, S.T., Bedard, J. and Fisk, A.T. (2017) Movements of a deep-water fish: Establishing marine fisheries management boundaries in coastal Arctic waters. Ecological Applications, 27, 687-704.

56. Yurkowski, D.J., Hussey, A.J., Hussey, N.E. and Fisk, A.T. (2017) Effects of decomposition on stable isotope values of muscle tissue of varying lipid content from three aquatic vertebrate species. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 31, 389-395.

55. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Crawford, R.E., Yurkowski, D.J., Weber, D.M., Dick, T.A. and Fisk, A.T. (2017) First documented large-scale horizontal movements of individual Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 74, 292-296.

54. Barkley, A.N., Cooke, S.J., Fisk, A.T., Hedges, K.H. and Hussey, N.E. (2017) Capture induced stress in deep-water Arctic fish species. Polar Biology, 40, 213-220.

53. Hussey, N.E., Harcourt, R.G. and Auger-Methe, M. (2016) Now it is time to protect the Arctic. Science, 354, 1243.

52. Li, Y., Hussey, N.E., Zhang, Y. and Dai, X. (2016) Quantifying ontogenetic stable isotope variation between dermis and muscle tissue of two pelagic sharks. Aquatic Biology, 25, 53-60.
51. Christiansen, H.M., Campana, S.E., Fisk, A.T., Cliff, G., Wintner, S.P., Dudley, S.F.J., Kerr, L. and Hussey, N.E. (2016) Using bomb radiocarbon to estimate age and growth of the white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, from the southwestern Indian Ocean. Marine Biology, 163, 144. DOI 10.1007/s00227-016-2916-9
50. Kessel, S.T., Hansell, A.C., Gruber, S.H., Guttridge, T.L., Hussey, N.E. and Perkins, R.G. (2016) Lemon shark (Negparion brevirsotris) catch per unit effort (CPUE) trends, Bimini, Bahamas, derived from a fishery independent 32-year shallow water longline survey. Journal of Fish Biology, 88, 2144-2156.

49. Priest, M.A., DiBattista, J.D., McIlwain, J.L., Taylor, B.M., Hussey, N.E., and Berumen M.L. (2016) A bridge too far: dispersal barriers and cryptic speciation in an Arabian Peninsula grouper (Cephalopholis hemistiktos). Journal of Biogeography, 43, 820-832.

48. McKinney, M.A., Dean, K., Hussey, N.E., Wintner, S.P., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2016) Global versus local causes and health implications of high mercury levels in sharks from the east coast of South Africa. Science of the Total Environment, 541, 176-183.

47. Li, Y., Zhang, Y., Hussey, N.E. and Dai, X. (2016) Urea and lipid extraction treatment effects on δ15N and δ13C values in pelagic sharks. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 29, 1-8.

46. Kessel, S.T. and Hussey, N.E. (2015) Tonic immobility as an anesthetic for elasmobranchs during surgical implantation procedures. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 72, 1-5.

45. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Crawford, R., O’Neil, C.V., Yurkowski, D.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Distinct patterns of Arctic cod (Boreogadus saida) presence and absence in a shallow high Arctic embayment revealed across open water and ice covered periods through acoustic telemetry. Polar Biology. Online first, doi:10. 1007/ s00300-015-1723-y

44. Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S.T., Aarestrup, K., Cooke, S., Cowley, P., Fisk, A., Harcourt, R., Holland, K., Iverson, S., Kocik, J., Mills Flemming J. and Whoriskey, F. (2015) Aquatic animal telemetry: a panoramic window into the underwater world. Science, 348, 1255642.
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43. Beaudry, M.C., Hussey, N.E., McMeans, B.C., McLeod, A.M., Wintner, S.P., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Comparative organochlorine accumulation in two ecologically similar shark species (Carcharodon carcharias and Carcharhinus obscurus) with divergent uptake based on different life history. Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, 34, 2051-2060.

42. Giles, E.C., Saenz-Agudelo, P., Hussey, N.E., Ravasi, T. and Berumen, M.L. (2015) Exploring kinship and seascape genetics in the reef sponge Stylissa carteri in the Red Sea. Ecology and Evolution, 5, 2487-2502.

41. Christiansen, H., Fisk, A.T and Hussey, N.E. (2015) Incorporating stable isotopes into a multidisciplinary framework to improve data inference and their conservation and management application. African Journal of Marine Science, 37, 189-197.

40. O’Leary, S.J., Feldheim, K.A., Field, A.T., Natanson, L., Wintner, S.P., Hussey, N.E., Shivji, M. and Chapman, D.D. (2015) Genetic diversity of white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias in the Northwest Atlantic and Southern Africa. Journal of Heredity. Online first, doi: 10.1093/jhered/esv001

39. Hussey, N.E., MacNeil, M.A., Siple, M.C., Popp, B.N., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Expanded trophic complexity among large sharks. Food Webs, 4, 1-7.

38. Marques da Silva, I., Hempson, T. and Hussey, N.E. (2015) Giant trevally spawning aggregation highlights importance of community fisheries management no-take zone. Marine Biodiversity, 45, 139-140.

37. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Webber, D.M., Gruber, S.H., Young, J.M., Smale, M. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Close proximity detection interference with acoustic telemetry: the importance of considering tag power output in low ambient noise environments. Animal Biotelemetry, 3, 5, 1-14. doi:10.1186/s40317-015-0023-1.

36. Hussey, N.E., Godin, A.C., Walter, R.P., Hedges, K.J., VanGerwen-Toyne, M., Barkley A.N., Kessel, S.T. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Juvenile Greenland sharks (Somniosus microcephalus) in the Canadian Arctic. Polar Biology, 38, 493-504.

35. Kiska, J.J., Aubail, A., Hussey, N.E., Heithaus, M.R., Caurant, F. and Bustamante, P. (2015) Plasticity of trophic interactions among pelagic sharks from the oceanic south-western Indian Ocean revealed by stable isotope and mercury analyses. Deep Sea Research Part I, 96, 49-58.

34. Yurkowski, D.J., Hussey, N.E., Semeniuk, C., Ferguson, S.H. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Effects of lipid-extraction and the utility of lipid-normalization models on δ13C and δ15N values in arctic marine mammal tissues. Polar Biology, 38, 131-143.

33. Olin, J.A., Stevens, P.W., Rush, S.A., Hussey, N.E. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Loss of variability in nekton community structure in a tidal river: evidence for homogenization in a flow-altered system. Hydrobiologia, 744, 271-286.

32. Ferguson, S, Higdon, J, Tallman, R., Fisk, A. and Hussey, N.E. (2014) The ghost of competition past: body size, trophic ecology, diversity and distribution of global shark and pinniped species. Journal of Marine Animals and their Ecology, 7, 23-39.

31. Hussey, N.E. (2014) Conservation: Sanctions derail wildlife protection. Nature, 514, 305.

30. Kiszka, J.J., Charlot, K., Hussey, N.E., Heithaus, M.R., Simon-Bouhet, B., Humber, F., Bustamante, P. and Caurant, F. (2014) Trophic ecology of common elasmobranchs exploited by artisanal shark fisheries off southwestern Madagascar inferred from stable isotopes. Aquatic Biology, 23, 29-38.

29. Hussey, N.E., MacNeil, M.A., McMeans, B.C., Olin, J.A., Dudley, S.F.J., Cliff, G., Wintner, S.P., Fennessy, S., Fisk, A.T. (2014) Corrigendum to Hussey et al. 2014. Ecology Letters, 17, 768.

28. Christiansen, H.M., Lin, V., Tanaka, S., Velikanov, A., Mollet, H., Wintner, S.P., Fordham, S., Fisk, A.T. and Hussey, N.E. (2014) The last frontier: catch records of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) in the Northwest Pacific Ocean. PLoS One. 9(4): e94407. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0094407

27. Hoen, D.K., Kim, S.L., Hussey, N.E., Wallsgrove, N.J., Drazen, J.C. and Popp, B.N. (2014) Amino acid 15N trophic enrichment factors of four large carnivorous fishes. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 453, 76-83.

26. Christiansen, H.M., Hussey, N.E., Winter, S.P., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2014) Effects of sample preparation techniques for carbon and nitrogen stable isotope analysis of hydroxyapatite structures in the form of elasmobranch vertebral centra. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, 28, 448-456.

25. Peklova, I., Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K.J., Treble, M.A. and Fisk, A.T. (2014) Movement, depth and temperature preferences of an important bycatch species, Arctic skate (Amblyraja hyperborea) in Cumberland Sound, The Canadian Arctic. Endangered Species Research, 23, 229-240.

24. Kessel, S.T., Cooke, S.J., Heupel, M.R., Hussey, N.E., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Vagle, S., Fisk, A.T. (2014) A review of detection range testing in passive acoustic telemetry studies. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 24: 199-218.

23. Walter, R.P., Alhasan, N., Kessel, S.T., Fisk, A.T., Heath, D.D., Chekchak, T., Klaus, R., Younnis, M., Hill, G., Jones, B., Braun, C.D., Berumen, M.L., Dibattista, J.D., Priest, M.A. and Hussey, N.E. (2014) First record of living Manta alfredi x Manta Birostris hybrid. Marine Biodiversity 44: 1-2.

22. Hussey, N.E., MacNeil, M.A., McMeans, B.C., Olin, J.A., Dudley, S.F.J., Cliff, G., Wintner, S.P., Fennessy, S., Fisk, A.T. (2014) Rescaling the trophic framework of marine food webs. Ecology Letters 17: 239-250.
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21. Olin, J.A., Hussey, N.E., Grgicak-Mannion, A., Fritts, M.W. and Fisk, A.T. (2013) Variable δ15N diet-tissue discrimination factors among sharks: implications for trophic position, diet and food web models. PLoS One. 8(10): e77567. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0077567

20. Davis, B., Vanderzwaag, D., Cosandey-Godin, A., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S. and Worm, B. (2013) The Conservation of the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephaus): Setting scientific, law and policy co-ordinates for avoiding a species at risk. Journal of International Wildlife Law and Policy 16, 300-330.

19. Olin, J.A., Hussey, N.E., Rush, S.A., Poulakis, G.R., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Heupel, M.R. and Fisk, A.T. (2013) Variability in nutrient sources of estuarine consumers experiencing natural and altered freshwater flow regimes. Marine Ecology Progress Series 487, 55-69.

18. Hussey, N.E., Stroh, N., Klaus, R., Chekchak, T. and Kessel, S. (2013) Diver observations and placard tags to monitor grey reef sharks, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos, at Sha’ab Rumi south plateau, The Sudan: assessment and future directions. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom 93, 299-308.

17. Peklova, I., Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K., Treble, M. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Depth and temperature preferences of the deepwater flatfish, Greenland Halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) in an Arctic marine ecosystem. Marine Ecology Progress Series 467, 193-205.

16. Hussey, N.E., Olin, J.A., Kinney, M.J., McMeans, B. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Lipid extraction effects on stable isotopes (δ15N and δ13C) in elasmobranch muscle tissue. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 434-435, 7-15.

15. Jennings, D.E., DiBattista, J.D., Stump, K.L., Hussey, N.E., Franks, B.R., Grubbs, R.D., Gruber, S.H. (2012) Assessment of the aquatic biodiversity of a threatened coastal lagoon at Bimini, Bahamas. Journal of Coastal Conservation 16, 405-428.

14. MacNeil, M.A., McMeans, B.C., Hussey, N.E., Vecsei, P., Svavarsson, J., Kovacs, K., Lydersen, C., Treble, M., Skomal, G.B., Ramsey, M. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Biology of the Greenland shark Somniosus microcephalus Bloch & Schneider 1801. Journal of Fish Biology 80, 991-1018.

13. Hussey, N.E., MacNeil, M.A., Olin, J.A., McMeans, B.C., Kinney, M., Chapman, D.D. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Stable isotopes and elasmobranchs: tissue types, methods, applications and assumptions. Journal of Fish Biology 80, 1449-1484.

12. Brush, J.M., Fisk, A.T., Hussey, N.E. and Johnson, T.B. (2012) Spatial and seasonal variability in the diet of the Round Goby: stable isotopes indicate that stomach contents over estimate the importance of dreissenids. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 69: 573-586

11. Hussey, N.E., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J., McCarthy, I.D. and Fisk, A.T. (2011) Stable isotope profiles of large marine predators: viable indicators of trophic position, diet and movement in sharks? Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 68: 2029-2045.

10. Hussey, N.E., Chapman, D.D., Donnelly, E.F., Abercrombie, D.L. and Fisk, A.T. (2011) Fin-icky samples: an assessment of shark fin as a source material for stable isotope analysis. Limnology and Oceanography Methods 9: 524-532.

9. Kinney, M.J., Hussey, N.E., Fisk, A.T. and Simpfendorfer, C.A. (2011) Communal or competitive: stable isotope analysis provides evidence of resource partitioning within a communal shark nursery. Marine Ecology Progress Series 439: 263-276.

8. Diemer, K.M., Mann, B.Q. and Hussey, N.E. (2011) Distribution and movement of scalloped hammerhead (Sphryna lewini) and smooth hammerhead (Sphyrna zygaena) sharks along the coast of Southern Africa. African Journal of Marine Science 33: 229-238.

7. Olin, J.A., Hussey, N.E., Fritts, M., Heupel, M.R., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Poulakis, G. and Fisk, A.T. (2011) Maternal meddling in neonatal sharks: implications for interpreting stable isotopes in young animals. Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry 25: 1008-1016.

6. Oliver, S.P., Hussey, N.E., Turner, J.T. and Beckett, A. (2011) Oceanic sharks clean at coastal seamount. PLoS ONE. 6(3): e14755. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0014755
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5. Hussey, N.E., MacNeil, M.A. and Fisk, A.T. (2010) The requirement for accurate diet-tissue discrimination factors for interpreting stable isotopes in sharks. Hydrobiologia 654: 1-

4. Hussey, N.E., Wintner, S.P., Dudley, S.F.J., Cliff, G, Cocks, D. and MacNeil, M.A. (2010) Maternal investment and size-specific reproductive output in carcharhinid sharks. Journal of Animal Ecology 79: 184-193.
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3. Hussey, N.E., Brush, J., McCarthy, I.D. and Fisk, A.T. (2010) δ15N and δ13C diet-tissue discrimination factors for large sharks under semi-controlled conditions. Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part A 155: 445-453.

2. Hussey, N.E., McCarthy, I.D., Dudley, S.F.J. and Mann, B. (2009) Nursery grounds, movement and growth of dusky sharks (Carcharhinus obscurus): a long-term tag and release study in South African waters. Marine and Freshwater Research 60: 571-583.

1. Hussey, N.E., Cocks, D., Dudley, S.F.J., McCarthy, I.D. and Wintner, S.P. (2009) The condition conundrum: application of multiple condition indices to the dusky shark, Carcharhinus obscurus. Marine Ecology Progress Series 380: 199-212.

BOOK CHAPTERS
1. Hussey, N.E., McCann, H.M., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J., Wintner, S.P. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Size-based analysis of diet and trophic position of the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) in South African waters. Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life-history of the Great White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias).

MANUSCRIPTS IN REVIEW/REVISION
1. Nawrocki, B., McLeod, A., Hussey, N.E., Colborne, S.F., Del Papa, J. and Fisk, A.T. Revisiting trophic positions of fish species from the top predator guild in the Huron-Erie corridor of the Laurentian Great Lakes. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. In revision.

2. Bornatowski, H., Hussey, N.E., Cooke, S.J., Sampaio, C.L.S. and Barreto, R. P. Clarifying the concepts of hunting, fishing and poaching in the context of conservation. Animal Conservation. In review.

3. Hussey, N.E., Harcourt, R.G. and Auger-Methe, M. is the Arctic Circumpolar Marine Protected Area Network frozen? A call for proactive leadership. Conservation Letters. In revision.

4. Landry, J.J., Yurkowski, D.J., Fisk, A.T., Hussey, N.E., Dick, T., Crawford, R. and Kessel, S.T. Diet specialization and habitat coupling of a common benthic fish, shorthorn sculpin (Myoxocephalus scorpius) in the High Arctic. Polar Biology. In review.

5. Yurkowski, D., Hussey, N.E., Ferguson, S.H. and Fisk, A.T. A temporal shift in prey species availability decreases trophic diversity among a predator assemblage in a changing Arctic. Royal Society Open Science. In revision.

6. Curnick, D. Carlisle, A., Gollock, M., Schallert, R. and Hussey, N.E. Temporal resource partitioning between two sympatric reef shark species within the British Indian Ocean Territory. Coral Reefs. In review.

7. Brooks, J.L., Chapman, J.M., Barkley, A.N., Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Hinch, S.G., Patterson, D.A., Hedges, K., Cooke, S.J., Fisk, A.T., Gruber, S.H. and Nguyen, V.M. Telemetry informing management: Case studies exploring successful integration of biotelemetry data into fisheries and habitat management. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. In revision.

8. Barkley, A.N., Gollock, M., Samoilys, M., Llewellyn, F., Shivji, M., Wetherbee, B. and Hussey, N.E. Preliminary tracks of tiger sharks in the Western Indian Ocean: A case study for complex regional transboundary movements. Animal Conservation. In revision.

9. Pedro, S., Fisk, A.T., Ferguson, S.H., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S.T., McKinney, M.A. Limited effects of changing prey fish communities on food quality for aquatic piscivores in the Eastern Canadian Arctic. Chemosphere. In review.

10. Yurkowski, D.J.,….Hussey, N.E. Abundance and species diversity hotspots of tracked marine predators across the North American Arctic. Diversity and Distributions. In revision.

11. Battista, J.D., Saenz-Agudelo, P., Piatek, M.J., Cagua, E.F., Bowen, B.W., Choat, J.H., Rocha, L.A., Gaither, M.R., Hobbs, J.P., Sinclair-Taylor, T.H., McIlwain, J.H., Priest, M.A., Braun, C.D., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S.T. and Berumen, M.L. Population genomic response to an environmental gradient by widespread and endemic fishes of the Arabian Sea. Molecular Ecology. In review.

12. Leduc, A. and Hussey, N.E. Pay-for-release programs for unintentionally caught threatened biota. Conservation Letters. In review.

MEDIA/GENERAL PUBLIC PUBLICATIONS
1. Samardzic, A. Edited by Hussey, N.E. (2016) Arctic Adventure: Tracking deep-sea life in Canada’s remote northern sphere. Deep Sea Life, Issue 8, November 2016.

SCIENTIFIC PRESENTATIONS:
83. de Sousa Rangel, B., Dal’Olio Gomes, A., Hussey, N.E., and Guimaraes Moreira, R. (2018) Dietary resource partitioning between two cownose ray species within a single nursery habitat inferred by fatty acid and stable isotope profiles. 13th International Congress on the Biology of Fish.

82. Mathews, C., Hoopes, L., Hussey, N.E. and Ferguson, S. (2018) Trophic 15N enrichment of phenylalanine: relevance to application of AA-CSIA in studies of marine mammal ecology. ISOECOL, Chile.

81. Edwards, J.E., Bhak, J., Broell, F., Bushnell, P.G., Campana, S.E., Christiansen, J.S., Devine, B.M., Gallant, J.J., Grant, S.M., Harvey-Clark, C.J., Hedges, K.J., Hiltz, B., MacNeil, M.A., McMeans, B.C., Nielsen, J., Praebel, K., Skomal, G.B., Steffensen, J.F., Walter, R.P., Watanabe, Y.Y., VanderZwaag, D.L. and Hussey, N.E. (2018) Advancing our understanding of long-lived species: A case study on the Greenland shark. Sharks International, Brazil.

80. Rodrgiues, A., de Sousa Rangel, B., Antonio Martinelli, L., Moreira, R.G. and Hussey, N.E. (2018) Insights into the trophic ecology of sympatric rays inferred by stable isotope analysis. Sharks International, Brazil.

79. de Sousa Rangel, B., Dal’Olio Gomes, A., Hussey, N.E., Antonio Martinelli, L and Guimaraes Moreira, R. (2018) Neonatal nutritional strategies of cownose rays: lipid metabolism and trophic interactions. Sharks International, Brazil.

78. Kessel, S.T., G. Van Bonn, W., Poll, C.P., Knapp, C.R. and Hussey, N.E. (2018) Tonic Immobility as a substitute for chemical anaesthesia during surgical implantation procedures on elasmobranchs. Sharks International, Brazil.

77. STEVENSON LECTURE AWARD - Hussey, N.E. (2018) Telemetry, deep-water Arctic ecosystems and developing commercial fisheries. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research (CCFFR), Edmonton, Canada.

76. Pedro, S., Fisk, A.T., Ferguson, S.H., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S.T. and McKinney, M.A. (2017) Changes in forage fish communities in the eastern Canadian Arctic have a limited impact on nutritional quality of the prey base in terms of essential fatty acids, selenium and selenium:methylmercury ratios. Session: Contaminants in a changing Arctic. Arctic Change. Quebec City, Canada.

75. Roy, D., Hussey, N.E., Carvajal-Rodriguez, A., Treble, M., Ruzzante, D., Hardie, D., Hedges, K., Majewski, A., Reist, J., Heath, D. and Fisk, A.T. (2017) Local adaptation without reproductive isolation in Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides): A circumpolar commercial fish species with a reset button. Arctic Change, Quebec City, Canada.

74. Yurkowski, D…..Hussey, N.E. (2017) Abundance and species diversity hotspots of tracked marine megafauna across the Arctic. Arctic Change. Quebec City, Canada.

73. INVITED PLENARY - Hussey, N.E. (2017) Telemetry, deep-water Arctic ecosystems and developing commercial fisheries. The Eight Symposium on Polar Science, National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo, Japan.

72. INVITED PLENARY - Hussey, N.E. (2017) Aquatic animal telemetry: A panoramic window into the underwater world. The Eight Symposium on Polar Science, National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo, Japan.

71. INVITED PLENARY - Hussey, N.E. (2017) Advancing an ecosystem approach to understand and manage aquatic predators. 22nd Biennial Marine Mammal Conference, Nova Scotia, Canada.

70. Rangel, B., Gomes, A.D.O., Hussey, N.E., Rodrigues, A., Martinelli, L.A., Moreira, R.G. (2017) Ontogenetic changes in the feeding ecology of the early life stages of the cownose ray Rhinoptera bonasus: inferred from stable isotope analysis. Workshop of Stable Isotopes in Life Sciences, Brazil.

69. Pirog, A., Jaquemet, S., Cliff, G., Daly, R., Holmes, B.J., Hussey, N.E., Nevill, J., Smoothey, A.F., Temple, A.J. and Magaln, H. (2017) Genetic connectivity in the bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) and the tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the southwestern Indian Ocean (SWIO). Wiomsa 10th Symposium, Tanzania.

68. Pedro, S., Fisk, A.T., Ferguson, S.H., Dietz, R., Sonne, C., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S.T., Rosing-Asvid, A. and McKinney, M. (2017) Influence of invasive species on contaminant and nutrient dynamics and transfer in Arctic ecosystems: Insights from case studies on forage fish and killer whales. Arctic Monitoring and Assessment Conference (AMAP 2017), Virginia, USA.

67. Hussey. N.E., Barkley, A.N., Orr, J., Hodgson, R., Ferguson, S.H. and Fisk, A.T. (2016) Tracking the impossible at depth: Testing mark report satellite tags to reveal large scale horizontal movements of Greenland sharks. ArcticNet Annual Meeting, Winnipeg, Canada.

66. INVITED SEMINAR - Hussey, N.E. Telemetry tracking of marine species to inform conservation and management. University of Calgary, Canada.

65. Kessel, S.T., Yurkowski, D.J. and Hussey, N.E. (2016) Spatial use of coastal manta rays (Manta alfredi) in Sudan relative to marine reserve boundaries and proximity to a proposed megaresort development. Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, New Orleans, US.

64. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Auger-Méthé, M. and Fisk, A.T. (2016) Does the distribution of telemetry effort bias our understanding of global aquatic ecosystems? Ocean Tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

63. INVITED PLENARY - Hussey, N.E., Béguer, M., Lennox, R., Nguyen, V., Eliason, E., Kessel, S., Lidgard, D., Martins, E. and Auger-Méthé, M. (2016) The Ocean Tracking Network: Management and conservation of aquatic ecosystems. Ocean Tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

62. Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K.J., Barkley, A. and Fisk, A.T. (2016) Deep-water Arctic ecosystems and developing commercial fisheries. Ocean Tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

61. INVITED PLENARY - Hussey, N.E. (2016) From the poles to the tropics: Animal movements and trophic dynamics and their interaction for conservation and management planning. IX SBEEL, Brazilian Elasmobranch Society Meeting, Aracaju, Brazil.

60. INVITED PLENARY - Hussey, N.E. (2016) Sharks, Canada and the Arctic’s largest fish. IX SBEEL, Brazilian Elasmobranch Society Meeting, Aracaju, Brazil.

59. Burmaster, C., Whoriskey, F. and Hussey, N.E. (2016) Diving deep with Somniosus microcephalus: Inferring behavior from vertical movements of the Greenland shark. Cameron Conference, Dalhousie University, Nova Scotia, Canada

58. Pedro, S., Fisk, A.T., Ferguson, S., Muir, D., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S., McKinney, M. (2016) Persistent organic pollutant and mercury levels in marine forage fish: subarctic invaders compared to Arctic residents in the eastern Canadian Arctic, YES.

57. Pedro, S., Fisk, A.T., Tomy, G., Muir, D., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S., McKinney, M. (2015) Mercury levels in invading subarctic forage fish versus arctic forage fish in the eastern Canadian Arctic. SETAC, Salt Lake City, USA.

56. Trinidade, J., Hempson, T., Sola, E., Macuio, J., Hussey, N.E., Smale, M. and Marques da Silva, I. (2015) Defining the space use of grey reef sharks (Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos) on Neptunes and Vamizi Island. WIOMSA conference, Eastern Cape, South Africa.

55. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Cooke, S.J., Heupel, M.R. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Does the distribution of aquatic telemetry effort, relative to political stability, bias our understanding of global aquatic ecosystems? 3rd International Conference on Fish Telemetry, Halifax, Canada.

54. Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S., Aarestrup, K., Cooke, S., Cowley, P., Fisk, A., Harcourt, R., Holland, K., Iverson, S., Kocik, J., Mills Flemming J. and Whoriskey, F. (2015) Aquatic animal telemetry: a panoramic window into the underwater world. 3rd International Conference on Fish Telemetry, Halifax, Canada.

53. INVITED PLENARY - Hussey, N.E. (2015) Trophic structure and complexity of marine food webs: insights and implications from stable isotope analysis of marine predators at individual, population and ecosystem scales. 5th Brazilian Congress of Marine Biology, Recife, Brazil.

52. Hussey, N.E. (2015) Telemetry tracking and management of sharks in Canadian waters. IMAS ACORN workshop, Hobart, Tasmania, Australia.

51. Barkley, A.N., Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K. and Fisk, A.T. (2015) Seasonal movements of the deepwater flatfish, Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides), in the coastal fjords of Baffin Island. Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Ottawa, Canada.

50. Hussey, N.E., Godin, A.C., Walter, R.P., Hedges, K.J., VanGerwen-Toyne, M., Barkley A.N., Kessel, S.T. and Fisk, A.T. (2015). An Arctic Enigma: Where are all the juvenile Greenland sharks? Canadian Conference for Fisheries Research, Ottawa, Canada.

49. DiBattista, F., Saenz-Agudelo, P., Platek, M., Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S., Rocha, L., Bowen, B., Choat, H., Gaither, M., Priest, M., Sinclair-Taylor, T., Braun, C. and Berumen, M. (2014) Genetic connectivity of reef fishes among inshore and offshore reef systems in Sudan and its relationship to neighbouring reefs across the Red Sea. The 3rd Asia-Pacific Coral Reef Symposium, Pingtung, Taiwan.

48. Fisk, A.T., Kennedy, J., Young, A., McNair-Landry, S., Hyndman, W. and Hussey, N.E. (2014) Arctic charr discoveries and adventures on the sixth largest lake in Canada: Nettilling Lake, Nunavut. Arctic Change 2014, ArcticNet Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

47. Ferguson, S.H., Higdon, J.W., Tallman, R.F., Fisk, A.T. and Hussey, N.E. (2014) Shark predation: is this how seal distribution will change with warming? Arctic Change 2014, ArcticNet Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

46. McKinney, M.A., Dean, K., Hussey, N.E., Cliff, G., Wintner, S.P., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2014) Levels of mercury in sharks from coastal Indian Ocean waters of South Africa. SETAC, Vancouver, Canada.

45. Rodriguez-Cabello, C., Hussey, N.E. and Sanchez, F. (2014) Trophic position of deep-water elasmobranchs in three different deep-water ecosystems. XVIII Symposio Iberico De Estudios De Biologia Marina, Gijon, Spain.

44. Davis, B., Hussey, N.E., Campana, S. and Whoriskey, F., (2014) The use of an ecosystem top-predator monitoring system to acoustically track sharks of the Northwest Atlantic and Eastern Arctic Oceans. Sharks International, Durban, South Africa.

43. INVITED PLENARY – Hussey, N.E. (2014) The ecological information derived from tissue samples: the power of chemical tracers in elasmobranch ecology. Sharks International, Durban, South Africa.

42. Barkley, A., Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K., Ferguson, S., Treble, M. and Fisk, A.T. (2014) Movements of the deepwater flatfish, Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossides), in the coastal fjords of Baffin Island. Ocean tracking Network Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

41. Marcoux, M. Ferguson, S.H., Hussey, N.E., Barkley, A., Fisk, A.T., Simard, Y. (2014) A seasonal examination of species interactions in Scott Inlet – preliminary findings and future research. Ocean tracking Network Annual Conference, Ottawa, Canada.

40. INVITED - Hussey, N.E., Ferguson, S., Vagle, S., Dick, T……Fisk, A.T. (2014) The Ocean Tracking Network and the Arctic: Quantifying and tracking the movement of marine animals and their environmental correlates. Webinar – APECS.

39. Ferguson, S. H., Higdon, J.W., Tallman, R.F., Fisk, A.T. and Hussey, N.E. (2013) How will pinniped distributions adjust to a warming planet? An argument for top-down trophic change through shark predation. 20th Biennial Conference on the Biology of Marine Mammals, Dunedin, New Zealand.

38. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Vagle, S., Crawford, R., Ferguson, S. and Fisk A.T. (2013) Residency and distribution of Artic cod (Boreogadus saida) in Resolute Bay, Lancaster Sound. ArcticNet, Halifax, Canada.

37. INVITED PLENARY - Fisk, A.T., Hussey, N.E., Vagle, S., Ferguson, S., Dick, T., Matley, J., Whoriskey, F. and Iverson, S. (2013) The Ocean Tracking Network: A global system to quantify and track the movement of marine animals and their environmental correlates. ArcticNet, Halifax, Canada.

36. Barkley, A., Hussey, N.E., Bedard, J., Vagle, S., Peklova, I., Webber, D., Hedges, K. and Fisk, A.T. (2013) Seasonal movements of deep-water arctic marine fishes: environmental cues in a cold and dark place. INTECOL Annual conference, London, UK.

35. Hussey, N.E., Kessel, S.T., Peterson, S.D., Higdon, J.W., Darwent, J., Lange, H. and Fisk, A.T. (2013) Shallow water scavenging on marine mammals observed in a deep-water Arctic predator species, the Greenland shark (Somniosus microcephalus). American Elasmobranch Society Annual Meeting, Albuquerque, USA.

34. INVITED - Hussey, N.E. (2013) Seasonal movements of a commercially important deep-water Arctic marine fish: Deriving relevant data for ecosystem based fisheries management. Nunavut Wildlife Management Board Meeting, Rankin Inlet, Canadian Arctic.

Presentation to support the movement of the Cumberland Sound/OB Fisheries management line.

33. Hussey, N.E. (2013) Seasonal movements of a commercially important deep-water Arctic marine fish: Deriving relevant data for ecosystem based fisheries management. Ocean tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

32. Barkley, A., Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K., Treble, M. and Fisk, A.T. (2013) Movement of the deepwater Arctic marine flatfish Greenland halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossides) in coastal fjords of Baffin Island. Ocean tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

31. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Vagle, S., Crawford, R., Ferguson, S. and Fisk, A.T. (2013) Residency, distribution and interactions of Arctic cod and sculpin in Resolute Bay, Lancaster Sound – Progress Report. Ocean tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

30. Kessel, S.T., Cooke, S.J., Heupel, M.R., Hussey, N.E., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Vagle, S. and Fisk, A.T. (2013) A review of detection range testing in aquatic telemetry studies. Ocean tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

29. Hussey, N.E. and Kessel, S.T. (2012) Conservation and Management of sharks and rays in The Sudan. Shark Conservation in Arabia, Dubai.

28. Kessel, S.T., Hussey, N.E., Vagle, S., Ferguson, S. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Introduction to the Lancaster Sound Arctic OTN component. Ocean Tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

27. Peklova, I., Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K., Treble, M. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Movement of deep water fish in Cumberland Sound, Canadian Arctic using satellite tags. Ocean Tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

26. Hoen, D., Popp, B., Drazen, J., Hussey, N.E., Kim, S. and Wallsgrove, N. (2012) Compound Specific isotope analysis in food web studies: the need for accurate estimates of trophic enrichment factors. 2012 Ocean Sciences Meeting, Salt Lake City, Utah, USA.

25. Hussey, N.E., Dick, T.A., Hedges, K.J., Vagle, S., Ferguson, S.H. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) The Arctic Ocean Tracking Network: movement and behaviour of fish and marine mammals in relation to oceanographic data across the Canadian Arctic. IPY 2012, Montreal, Canada.

24. Peklova, I., Hussey, N.E., Hedges, K.J., Dick, T.A. and Fisk, A.T. (2012) Depth and temperature preferences of the deep-water benthic flatfish, Greenland Halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides), in Cumberland Sound, Baffin Island. IPY 2012, Montreal, Canada.

23. Hussey, N.E., MacNeil, M.A., Olin, J.A., Dudley, S.F.J., Cliff, G., Wintner, S.P. and Fisk, A.T. (2011) Documenting complex trophic structure in the large shark assemblage off KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa with limited evidence for functional equivalence. Western Indian Ocean Marine Science Association Scientific Symposium, Mombasa, Kenya.

22. McCann, H.M., Hussey, N.E., Fisk, A.T., Wintner, S.P., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J., Meyer, M., and Fryer, B.J. (2011) Stable isotope profiles of South African white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) vertebrae: investigating individual and population level diet and feeding strategies, trophic level and movement dynamics. American Elasmobranch Society Meeting, Minnesota, U.S.A.

21. Peklova, I., Fisk, A.T., Hedges, K.J. and Hussey, N.E. (2011) Depth and Temperature Preferences of Arctic Skate (Amblyraja hyperborea) and Greenland Halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) in a deep water Arctic Marine Ecosystem. American Elasmobranch Symposium, Minnesota, U.S.A.

20. Peklova, I., Hedges, K.J., Dick, T.A., Hussey, N.E. and Fisk, A.T. (2011) Depth and Temperature preferences of Arctic Skate (Amblyraja hyperborea) and Greenland Halibut (Reinhardtius hippoglossoides) in a deep water Arctic Marine Ecosystem. Ocean Tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

19. Hussey, N.E., Webber, D., Bedard, J., Dick, T., Vagle, S. and Fisk, A.T. (2011) Long-term acoustic telemetry range tests in the Arctic environment. Ocean Tracking Network Annual Conference, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

18. Kessel, S.T., Bond, M.E., Gruber, S.H. and Hussey, N.E. (2011) The use of underwater video surveillance to investigate factors affecting the longline catchability of three shark species on 16/0 circle hooks. Circle Hook Symposium, Miami.

17. Fisk, A.T. and Hussey, N.E. (2010) Ocean Tracking Network (OTN): Arctic theme. Vemco Days, Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada.

16. Hussey, N.E., Dudley, S.F.J., Cliff, G., Wintner, S.P., Brush, J. and Fisk, A.T. (2010) Documenting the trophic structure of the shark assemblage off Southern Africa using stable isotopes. Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, Rhode Island, USA.

15. Olin, J.A., Hussey, N.E., Fritts, M., Heupel, M.R., Simpfendorfer, C.A., Poulakis, G. and Fisk, A.T. (2010) Maternal meddling in neonatal sharks: implications for interpreting stable isotopes in young animals. Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, Rhode Island, USA.

14. McCann, H.M., Hussey, N.E., Fisk, A.T., Wintner, S.P., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fryer, B.J. (2010) Microchemistry of white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) vertebrae: a potential tool to examine life-history strategies? Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, Rhode Island, USA.

13. Hussey, N.E., McCann, H., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J., Fryer, B.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2010) Quantitative analysis of the diet and trophic ecology of the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) in South African waters. International White Shark Symposium: Resetting Research and Conservation Objectives, Honolulu, Hawaii.

12. Hussey, N.E. (2009) Maternal meddling: maternal investment, size-specific reproductive output and issues for stable isotopes in sharks. Seminar Series. GLIER, University of Windsor, Ontario, Canada.

11. Hussey, N.E., Wintner, S.P., Dudley, S.F.J., Cliff, G., Cocks, D.T. and MacNeil, A.M. (2009) Questioning maternal resource allocation in sharks. Society for Experimental Biology. Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre, Glasgow. UK.

10. Oliver, S.P., Hussey, N.E., Turner, J.R., Croft, D.P. and Beckett, A.J. (2009) The biology, distribution and behaviour of pelagic thresher sharks (Alopias pelagicus) in response to cleaning, anthropogenic pressures and conservation solutions on Monad Shoal, Cebu, The Philippines. Seminar Series, College of Natural Sciences, Bangor University, Wales.

9. Hussey, N.E., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2008) δ15N and δ13C ontogenetic profiles of a carcharhinid and a sphyrnid: viable indicators of trophy and movement ecology. Seminar Series, School of Ocean Sciences, Bangor University, Wales.

8. Hussey, N.E., Dudley, S.F.J. and McCarthy, I.D. (2008) Lipid extractions and stable isotopes: sharks vs. the rest of the world. IsoECOL V, University of Hawaii, Honolulu, Hawaii.

7. Hussey, N.E., Cliff, G., Dudley, S.F.J. and Fisk, A.T. (2008) Stomach contents and stable isotopes: trophic ecology of a carcharhind and a sphyrnid off south east Africa. South African Marine Science Symposium, University of Cape Town, Cape Town, South Africa.

6. Hussey, N.E., McCarthy, I.D., Dudley, S.F.J. and Mann, B. (2007) Use of a long-term tag-recapture data set on the dusky shark (Carcharhinus obscurus) in Southeast Africa to determine spatial and temporal movements and growth rates. Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, St Louis, USA.

5. Hussey, N.E., Cocks, D., Dudley, S.F.J., McCarthy, I.D. and Wintner, S.P. (2007) The Condition conundrum: application of multiple condition indices to the dusky shark, Carcharhinus obscurus. Open Session, Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, St Louis, USA

4. Cocks, D., Hussey, N.E. and Clarke, L. (2007) Testing the thermodynamic partitioning of elements in sharks teeth. Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, St Louis, USA.

3. Oliver, S.P., Hussey, N.E., Turner, J.R. and Beckett, A. (2007) Oceanic sharks clean at coastal seamount. Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, St Louis, USA.

2. Hussey, N.E., Turner, J.R. and Gruber, S.H. (2004) Biotope mapping of the Bimini Islands as a base for defining Negaprion brevirostris nursery habitat. Annual Meeting of the American Elasmobranch Society, Norman, Oklahoma, USA.

1. Hussey, N.E., Turner, J.R. and Gruber, S.H. (2003) Quantitative biotope mapping of the Bimini islands, North Bahamas and two known lemon shark nursery grounds for defining essential fish habitat. Reef Conservation UK Annual Meeting, Zoological Society of London, UK.

RESEARCH GRANTS AND AWARDS
1. World Wildlife Fund: CAD$60,000 Support for Post-doctoral Research Fellow to integrate telemetry data with traditional stock assessment in Arctic fisheries (Lead PI with Aaron MacNeil and Kevin Hedges) 2018 - 2019)

2. GOLDER Ltd: CAD$48,180 Narwhal movement behaviors in Tremblay Sound: linking diverse data streams for management. (Lead PI) (2018 - 2019)

3. World Wildlife Fund: CAD$35,000 Metanalysis of Arctic fish distributions for marine spatial planning (Lead PI) (2018 - 2019)

4. Graduate Growth Incentive Fund (University of Windsor): CAD$14,000 Promote growth of graduate students in science. (Lead PI) (2018 - 2019)

5. Nunavut Wildlife Management Board: CAD$100,000 Ecosystem Approach in Tremblay Sound (EAT 2018): Using an ecosystem approach to better understand narwhal movements and the potential for impacts of shipping. (Collaborator with PI Marianne Marcoux and DFO) (2018 - 2019)

6. World Wildlife Fund: CAD$55,000 Quantifying the ecological dynamics of narwhal within a critical summer ecosystem: implications for their management and conservation (Collaborator with PI Marianne Marcoux and DFO) (2018 - 2019)

7. PCSP: CAD$95,000 Ecosystem Approach in Tremblay Sound (EAT) (Collaborator with PI Marianne Marcoux and DFO) (2018 - 2019)

8. Department of Fisheries and Oceans: CAD$96,427 Spatiotemporal movements of Greenland cod and Arctic char. (Collaborator with Lisa Loseto). (2018 - 2019)

9. Department of Fisheries and Oceans: CAD$55,125 Narwhal and forage fish movements in the Canadian High Arctic. (Collaborator with Marianne Marcoux). (2018 - 2019)

10. Department of Fisheries and Oceans: CAD$28,124 Narwhal and forage fish movements in the Canadian High Arctic. (Collaborator with Marianne Marcoux). (2018 - 2019)

11. Northern Scientific Training Program (NSTP): CAD$5889 Support for graduate student travel to the Arctic. (2017 - 2018)

12. SPERA: CAD$130,000 Establishing ecological baselines in a relatively undisturbed Arctic fjord for improved monitoring of human induced disturbance. (Collaborator with PI Steven Ferguson and DFO) (2017 - 2019)

13. World Wildlife Fund: CAD$50,000 Narwhal in a critical summer ecosystem: Understanding the dynamics of an iconic Arctic species within a seasonally variable ecosystem and implications for management and conservation. (Collaborator with PI Marianne Marcoux and DFO) (2017 - 2018)

14. Nunavut Wildlife Management Board: CAD$100,000 The ecological dynamics of Tremblay Sound: Using narwhal, their habitat and prey as bioindicators to anthropogenic and environmental impact. (Collaborator with PI Marianne Marcoux and DFO) (2017 - 2018)

15. Nunavut Wildlife Management Board: CAD$60,000 Support for Post-doctoral Research Fellow to lead Nunavut Fisheries Allocation Policy Review.
(Co-PI with Megan Bailey) (2017 - 2018)

16. National Environmental Research Council, UK (NERC): CAD$18,000 Sustainability of Arctic Fisheries (to enhance UK-Canada collaborations). (PI with Tom Brown)
(2017 - 2018)

17. Department of Fisheries and Oceans: CAD$314,988 Habitat use assessments to define predator-prey interactions. (PI with Lisa Loseto). (2017 - 2018)

18. CanNor/Government of Nunavut: CAD$1,795,600 Greenland halibut fisheries – Baffin region (Lead PI with Kevin Hedges) (2016 - 2018)

19. Conflict, Security and Stability Fund – UK Government. CAD$57,000: Inshore protected areas of Ascension Island: Long term monitoring of fisheries species. (Co-PI with Judith Brown) (2016 - 2017)

20. Blue Marine Foundation: CAD$4,070. Coastal habitat use of Galapagos sharks at Ascension Island: Measuring the impact of the bluebelt. (Co-PI with Judith Brown)
(2016 - 2017)

21. Molson Foundation: CAD$50,000. Development of vertical state space models to quantify the diving behavior of Greenland sharks. (Lead PI) (2016 - 2018)

22. CanNor/NOAHA: CAD$192,000. Greenland halibut fisheries – Offshore. (Lead PI) (2016)

23. World Wildlife Fund - Sweden: CAD$17,000. Long-term broad scale high Arctic monitoring of residency, migration and vertical movement behaviors of Greenland sharks – Technology and modeling advancement for satellite monitoring of deep water Arctic species. (Lead PI) (2016 - 2017)

24. DEFRA Darwin Plus: Overseas Territories Environment and Climate Fund: CAD$98,318. Tracking marine mega fauna at Ascension Island: towards evidence-based blue belts. (Collaborator with Ascension Island Government – UK) (2016 - 2017)

25. Government of Nunavut: CAD$161,000. Community Greenland halibut Fisheries Development and bycatch mitigation. (Co-PI with A. Fisk) (2016)

26. Government of Nunavut: CAD$63,000. Greenland shark/Greenland halibut biologgers – measuring energetics and interactions. (Lead PI) (2016)

27. Government of Nunavut: CAD$30,000. Post release survival of Greenland sharks. (Lead PI) (2015)

28. ArcticNet: CAD$136,482. Biology of the three morphotypes of Arctic charr in the Nettilling Lake system: Developing sustainable commercial and subsistence fisheries in Nunavut’s two largest lakes. (Collaborator with PI A. Fisk) (2015 - 2018)

29. Rufford Grants 2: UK6000. Conservation and Management of reef sharks in Northern Mozambique. (Co-PI with I. Marques da Silva) (2015)

30. Government of Nunavut: CAD$795,500. Greenland halibut fisheries – population level movement dynamics. (Co-PI with A. Fisk and K. Hedges) (2014 - 2016)

31. Great Lakes Fishery Commission: CAD$134,640. Effects of spatio-temporal heterogeneity on resource partitioning of Lake Ontario salmonids using novel archival tags. (Co-PI with C. Semeniuk, T. Johnson, T. Stewart, J. Lantry, S. Kessel and A. Fisk) (2014 - 2016)
32. Zoological Society of London: US$36,820. Monitoring large scale movements of marine predators off Kenya. (Co PI with M. Samoilys) (2014)

33. Guy Harvey Institute: US$5,000. Satellite telemetry of tiger sharks in the Western Indian Ocean. (Co-PI with M. Samoilys) (2014)

34. The Watermen Project: US$24,240. Vertical diving behavior of grey reef sharks in Northern Mozambique. (Lead PI) (2014)

35. Rufford Grants: UK6000. Conservation and Management of reef sharks in Northern Mozambique. (Co-PI with I. Marques da Silva) (2014)

36. Government of Nunavut: CAD$5000. Acoustic tags for Greenland halibut fisheries monitoring in Cumberland Sound, Arctic. (Lead PI) (2014)

37. DEFRA Darwin Initiative: CAD$504,165. Strengthening marine protected areas and marine ecotourism benefits in Sudan. (Co PI with T. Chekchak and R. Klaus)
(2014 - 2016)
38. World Wildlife Fund – High Arctic, Canada. CAD$151,600. Deriving data for Northern Community Management of Arctic ecosystems: A mechanistic understanding of the residency, movement and large-scale migrations of high Arctic fish species under changing environmental conditions (Lead PI) (2014)

39. Sir Mark Mitchell Research Foundation – Australia. AUS$8,100. Elucidating the feeding behavior and trophic role of bronze whaler sharks. (Co-PI with C. Huveneers) (2013)
40. Nature Foundation SA – Australia. AUS$3,000. Stable isotope profiles of bronze whaler sharks. (Co-PI with C. Huveneers) (2013)

41. World Wildlife Fund – High Arctic. US$20,000. Satellite tags for conservation and management of high Arctic Greenland sharks. (Lead PI) (2013)

42. World Wildlife Fund – Mozambique: US$10,000. Acoustic telemetry equipment for conservation and management of grey reef sharks. (Co PI with I. Marques da Silva)
(2013 - 2014)
43. Polar Continental Shelf Project: CAD$40,000. Logistical support for research in Arctic. (Co-PI with A. Fisk and S. Kessel) (2013 - 2014)

44. Hurghada Environmental Protection and Conservation Association – Egypt. US$37,430. Acoustic monitoring for management of important commercial fish species. (Co-PI with S. Kessel) (2013 - 2014)

45. The Deep Charitable Aquarium Research Fund: US$190,536. Management of At Risk Red Sea Elasmobranches (Lead PI) (2012 - 2017)

46. Ocean Tracking Network: CAD$68,000. Equipment loan - Endangered species conservation and management, Red Sea, The Sudan. (Lead PI) (2012 - 2015)

47. Polar Continental Shelf Project: CAD$26,000. Logistical support for research in Arctic. (Co-PI with A. Fisk) (2012 - 2013)

48. Government of Nunavut: CAD$360,000. Developing the inshore Greenland Halibut Fishery: Stock assessment, reducing by-catch and ecosystem management. (Co-PI with K. Hedges, M. Treble, A. Fisk) (2011 - 2014)

49. Kenneth Molson Foundation: CAD$80,000. Understanding the movement and behavior of Greenland Shark in Arctic Oceans. (Co-PI with A. Fisk) (2011 - 2012)

50. NERC Personal Ph.D. algorithm studentship (2005 - 2009)

51. Darwin Initiative for the Conservation of Biodiversity (DEFRA): US$5,000. Pre-project Funding Award, South Africa. (Co-PI with Hilary Kennedy) (2004)

PENDING RESEARCH GRANTS
1. Rufford Grants UK10,000. Conservation and Management of endangered fish spawning aggregations and reef sharks in the Western Indian Ocean (PI with I. Marques da Silva) (2018 - 2019)

2. Environmental Research Program – NSW Environmental Trust $146,000. Adapting to coastal tropicalization: implications for food security. (Collaborator with PI A. Verges and P. Mumby) (2018 - 2020)

3. Brazilian Marine Research Fund $75,000. Rays of the Brazilian coast: A genetic and ecological approach as a new conservation strategy. (Collaborator with PI F. Foresti and others) (2018 - 2020)

POSTDOCTORAL RESEARCH FELLOW SUPERVISION
Hoover, C. (2018 - present) Allocation policy for Arctic commercial fisheries. Dalhousie University, Canada. Co-supervised with Megan Bailey
Broell, F. (2017 - present) Activity and space use patterns of narwhal and Greenland sharks in disturbed and undisturbed Arctic ecosystems. University of Windsor, Canada
Pettitt-Wade, H. (2017 - present) Predator-prey interactions in contrasting Arctic ecosystems. University of Windsor, Canada.

UNDERGRADUATE AND GRADUATE STUDENT SUPERVSION
Hussey Movement and Tropic Ecology Laboratory
Graduate students
Barkley, A. (2017 - present) Movement dynamics of Greenland halibut to support northern fisheries management. PhD Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada
Edwards, J. (2018 - present) Residency, movement and philopatry of Greenland sharks in the Canadian Arctic. MSc Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada.
Christie, L. (2018 - present) Resolving the structure and function of deep water food webs across an Arctic latitudinal gradient. MSc Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada.
Raasch, K. B. (2018 - present) Intraguild predation amongst elasmobranchs. MSc Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada.

Undergraduate students
Mitton, S. (2017 - present) Fine scale movement behavior of Arctic skate within Scott Inlet, Canadian Arctic. Undergraduate Thesis Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada.
Petta, J. (2017 - present) Niche measures of the large shark assemblage. Undergraduate Thesis Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada.
Puskar, P. (2017 - present) Residency and movements of Arctic skate in Cumberland Sound, The Canadian Arctic. Undergraduate Thesis Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada.

External Committee Member (Listed as Assistant Professor at University of Windsor)
Graduate Students
Shipley, O. (2016 - present) Structure and function of pelagic ecosystems and the role of large predators. PhD Candidate. Stony Brook University, New York, USA. With M. Frisk. Ongoing.
Seubert, E. (2016 - present) Characterizing the functional diversity and biodiversity of apex and mesopredator communities across the Northern Gulf of Mexico. PhD Candidate. University of South Alabama, Alabama, USA. With M. Drymon. Ongoing.

Special Committee Member (Listed as PDF/Research Assistant at University of Windsor)
Graduate Students
McCann, H. (2012 - 2016) Developing global management strategies for the white shark. PhD Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada. With A.T.Fisk. Completed
Barkley, A. (2013 - 2015) Movement and stress physiology of deep-water Arctic marine fish in Scott Inlet, Canadian Arctic. MSc Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada. With A.T. Fisk. Completed.
Beaudry, M. (2012 - 2014) Contaminants as a measure of trophic structure and feeding ecology of large sharks. MSc Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada. With A.T. Fisk. Completed.
Peklova, I. (2010 - 2013) Movement and behaviour of deepwater fish-species in Arctic marine ecosystems. MSc Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada. With A.T. Fisk. Completed.
McCann, H. (2009 - 2011) Developing and applying elemental composition of shark vertebrae as a tool for quantifying life history characteristics over ontogeny. MSc Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada. With A.T. Fisk. Completed.

Undergraduate Students
Burmaster, C. (2015 - 2016) Diving deep with Somniosus microcephalus: Inferring behavior from satellite tag measurements of vertical movements of the Greenland shark. Undergraduate Thesis Candidate. Dalhousie University, Halifax, Canada. With F. Whoriskey.
Dean, K. (2010 - 2011) Mercury as an indicator of trophic level in large sharks. Undergraduate Thesis Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada. With A.T. Fisk. Completed.
Primeau, E. (2010 - 2011) Trophic structure of the deep water food web off KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa. Undergraduate Thesis Candidate. University of Windsor, Canada. With A.T. Fisk. Completed.

Adviser to Graduate and Undergraduate Students (Listed as Research Assistant or PhD Candidate by principal supervisor at respective academic institutions)
Drew, M. (2013 - present) Quantifying the ecological role of bronze whales sharks (Carcharhinus brachyurus) within the South Australian Gulfs. PhD Candidate. Flinders University, Melbourne, Australia. With C. Huveneers.
Bond, M. (2010 - 2015) Effects of marine reserves on the relative abundance, distribution and ecology of tropical reef elasmobranchs: Caribbean reef sharks and southern stingrays. PhD Candidate. Stony Brook University, New York, USA. With D. Chapman.
Hoey, C. (2011 -) Reconstructing trophic profiles of sharks in the NW Atlantic 1950 to present. MSc Candidate. Stony Brook University, New York, USA. With D. Chapman. Ongoing.
Olin, J.A. (2008 - 2012) Factors mediating structure and trophic interactions of estuarine nekton communities. PhD Candidate. University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada. With A.T. Fisk
Bond, M. (2009) Interspecies bait manipulation trials. Undergraduate BSc Thesis Candidate. Cardiff University, Wales. With S.H. Gruber and S. Kessel. Completed.
Noel, K.M. (2008) The behavior of Manta rays (Manta birostris) in response to cleaner fish (Labroides dimidatus and Thalassoma lunare) on Monad Shoal, Malapascua Island, Cebu, The Philippines. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With I.D. McCarthy. Completed.
Summerville, R.L. (2007) Ampullary pore distribution in South African elasmobranchs: phylogenetic constraints and relevance to feeding and habitat ecology. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With I.D. McCarthy. Completed.
Wilson, O.L. (2007) Body region selection and behavioural patterns exhibited by the sharksucker (Echeneis naucrates) on the blacktip (Carcharhinus limbatus) and tiger (Galeocerdo cuvier) sharks. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With I.D. McCarthy. Completed.
McKenzie, G. (2007) Ampullary pore distribution in six species of Irish Sea Elasmobranch. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With I.D. McCarthy. Completed.
Cocks, D. (2006) Testing the thermodynamic partitioning of elements in sharks teeth. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With L. Clarke. Completed.
Chenery, A. (2006) Utilising the elemental composition of recent shark teeth to reconstruct water mass conditions. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With L. Clarke. Completed.
McKinley, E. (2006) Ontogenetic dietary changes and trophic level of the scalloped hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini) off the KwaZulu-Natal coast of South Africa. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With H. Kennedy. Completed.
Bergland, L.V. (2006) Ampullary pore distribution in elasmobranchs in relation to lifestyle and habitat. Undergraduate BSc Thesis Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With I.D. McCarthy. Completed.
Oliver, S.P. (2005) The behavior of pelagic thresher sharks (Alopias pelagicus) in relation to cleaning fish (Labroides dimidiatus and Thalassoma lunare) on Monad shoal, Malapascua Island, Cebu, Philippines. MSc Candidate. Bangor University, Wales. With J.R. Turner. Completed.

EXTERNAL EXAMINER
Zhao Lan Beverly Oh: PhD Candidate (2016). Conservation ecology of coastal sharks and rays with a focus on the location and function of juvenile habitats. University of Western Australia, Perth, Australia

Ryan Daly: PhD Candidate (2014). Feeding ecology, residency patterns and migration dynamics of bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas) in the southwest Indian Ocean. Rhodes University, Grahamstown, South Africa.

Ander Martinez de Lecea: PhD Candidate (2012). Isotopic ecosystem studies in the KwaZulu-Natal Bight. University of KwaZulu-Natal, KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa.

INVITED EXPERT PANEL
Invited commentary by Nature on published paper (2013)
http://www.nature.com/news/sharks-whip-their-tails-to-stun-prey-1.13368

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural organization (UNESCO) Regional Expert Meeting – Regional Comparative Assessment of Potential Marine Areas with Outstanding Universal Value (World Heritage Sites) in the Indian Ocean. La Reunion, Indian Ocean. Nominated. (2012)

ACADEMIC TEACHING EXPERIENCE
Lecturer (2011-2012)
University of Windsor, Windsor, Canada.

Guest Lecturer (2011 - 2012)
School of Marine and Atmospheric Sciences, Stony Brook University, Stony Brook, New York. USA.

Stable Isotope Instructor (2010 - 2015)
Fisk Trophic Ecology Lab, University of Windsor, Canada.

Teaching Assistantships (2005 - 2009)
Bangor University, UK.

Courses taught: Conservation Biology (55-4370), Movement Ecology (55-480), Undergraduate Thesis Course (55-420), Graduate Special Topics (55-603)

EXAMPLE LECTURES
Conservation Biology (55-437): Biodiversity, Island Biogeography, Metapopulations, Temporal Radiations, Conservation Genetics, Continental Drift, Habitat Fragmentation, Conservation and Management of Apex Predators.
Invited Lecture: Spatial and temporal movements and trophic ecology of fish: integrating telemetry with stable isotopes for conservation management.

ENGLISH LANGUAGE TEACHING EXPERIENCE:
English Language Teacher (1999 - 2001)
The British Council, Jeddah, Saudi Arabia
English Language Teacher (1998 - 1999)
The American University Alumni, Rayong, Thailand
English Language Teacher (1997 - 1998)
The British Council, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia
English Language Teacher (1996 - 1997)
Oxford Study Centre, Radom, Poland.

Taught young learners age 6-16 and adults age 16-60 from beginner to Cambridge First Certificate Level. Experience and skills gained include:
• Teaching conventional and business English often working on contracts off site and developing materials tailored to course objectives;
• Involvement in a multitude of workshops/conferences covering all aspects of teacher development including leading teacher training sessions (National and International).
• Oral examiner for IGCSEs, Cambridge First Certificate and Advanced Level and the Young Learner Cambridge Examinations – PET and KET. Completed IELTS training;

SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
• Various fishing methods (rod and reel / long-line / poly-ball fishing / controlled gillnetting/ seine netting / beam trawl / block net / gillnet surveys)
• Field work up of fish/elasmobranchs (all sizes) – appropriate handling methods / morphometric measurements / biopsy tissue sampling (genetics / chemical tracers)
• External application of various tags (spaghetti / placard / acoustic / satellite)
• Internal application of acoustic tags through minor surgery (Completed fish surgery course – University of Manitoba 2010)
• Installation and maintenance of acoustic monitors (VR2W- 69/180 and VR4)
• Installation of acoustic releases for deep water acoustic moorings (>1000m depth)
• Design and development of acoustic monitor arrays including VPS systems
• Telemetry tracking (active) of fish/elasmobranch species
• Fish/elasmobranch survey techniques: scuba / baiting (chum/bait drum/transect) / fishing techniques
• Underwater remote video surveillance for behavioural observations/abundance estimates
• Husbandry of captive animals
• Dissection of fish/elasmobranchs
• Stomach content analysis
• Tissue preparation and lipid/urea extraction methodologies (for chemical analysis)
• Stable isotope (δ15N and δ13C) and total carbon/nitrogen analysis
• Bomb carbon analysis
• Trace element analysis
• Standard ageing techniques for fish/elasmobranchs
• Competent statistical analyses
• Competent scuba diver (PADI Divemaster ~ 600 dives)
• Qualified in Basic First Aid (2012)

JOURNAL REFEREE
Nature, Journal of Animal Ecology, Ecological Applications, Functional Ecology, Ecology, Diversity and Distributions, Estuaries and Coasts, Marine and Freshwater Research, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Marine Biology, Marine Biology Research, Bulletin of Marine Science, Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, Journal of Fish Biology, Rapid Communications in Mass Spectrometry, African Journal of Marine Science, Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology – Part B, PLoS One, Food Webs, Frontiers in Marine Science, Animal Biotelemetry, Marine Ecology Progress Series, Aquatic Biology, Endangered Species Research, New Zeeland Journal of Marine Science.

SCIENTIFIC PANEL REFEREE
National Environmental Research Council, UK; National Research Foundation, South Africa; National Geographic Society, USA; North Pacific Research Board

PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS
Society for Experimental Biology, Fisheries Society of the British Isles, American Elasmobranch Society.

ADDITIONAL WORK EXPERIENCE
Private Consultant: Wind farm field survey/GIS work (2004 - 2005)
Marine bird survey consultant on proposed wind farm developments.
Radar tracking marine birds.
GIS analysis of bird distributions (Components of required EIA)
Technician: Stable Isotope Laboratories (2004)
Preparation and analysis of samples
Private Consultant: Centre for Applied Marine Sciences (2004)
Tender writing for marine based contracts
Private Consultant: United Nations, PERGSA. (2003)
Correction and classification of Somalia MPAs satellite imagery
Private consultant: United Nations/GEF (2002)
Draft report on ‘Best Practices and Lessons Learned for the existence
and Integration of Tourism and Marine Parks in an Island Situation.’

PERSONAL DETAILS
Nationality: British (Canadian Permanent Resident) Date of birth: 18/05/1972

Marital status: Married Driving license: Full / clean

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