Whale Sharks - Biology, Ecology, and Conservation

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    AuteursAlistair D.M. Dove & Simon J. Pierce
    UitgeverCRC Press
    Formaat254 x 178  mm
    AfbeeldingenFoto's, illustraties en tabellen
    Jaar van uitgave  2021

    Whale sharks are the largest of all fishes, fascinating for comparative studies of all manner of biological fields, including functional anatomy, growth, metabolism, movement ecology, behavior and physiology. These gentle ocean giants have captured the interest of scientists and the imagination of the public, yet their future is uncertain. The conservation status of whale sharks was upgraded to Endangered on the IUCN Red List and the species faces a range of intense threats from human activities. Can these iconic living animals, who have survived for millions of years, survive us?

    Written by the world’s leading experts in whale shark biology, ecology, and conservation, Whale Sharks: Biology, Ecology and Conservation is the first definitive volume about the world's biggest fish. Chapters include discussions of satellite-linked tags, used to track whale shark movements; genetic sequencing, to examine evolutionary adaptations; even the use of underwater ultrasound units to investigate the species’ reproduction. The editors hope that by collating what is known, they can make it easier for future researchers, conservationists, and resource managers to fill some of the remaining knowledge gaps, and provide the information they need to join the team.

    As you work your way through this book, we hope that you will develop a sense of awe and marvel at all of our good fortune to share the ocean, and the planet, with this utterly extraordinary species.

    Table of Contents

    Introduction / Alistair D.M. Dove and Simon J. Pierce
    Chapter 1. How and why is the whale shark the world’s largest fish? / Alistair D.M. Dove, Mark G. Meekan, and Craig McClain
    Chapter 2. Whale shark reproduction, growth, and demography / Simon J. Pierce, Sebastián A. Pardo, Chris A. Rohner, Rui Matsumoto, Kiyomi Murakumo, Ryo Nozu, Alistair D.M. Dove, Cameron Perry, and Mark G. Meekan
    Chapter 3. Whale shark sensory biology and neuroanatomy / Kara E. Yopak and Emily E. Peele
    Chapter 4. Parasites and other associates of whale sharks / Alistair D.M. Dove and David P. Robinson
    Chapter 5. Population genetic structure of whale sharks / Jennifer V. Schmidt
    Chapter 6. Whale shark movements and migrations / Alex R. Hearn, Jonathan R. Green, Cesar R. Peñaherrera, Samantha Reynolds, Christoph A. Rohner, Marlon Roman, and Ana M.M. Sequeira
    Chapter 7. Population ecology of whale sharks / Christoph A. Rohner, Bradley M. Norman, Samantha Reynolds, Gonzalo Araujo, Jason Holmberg, and Simon J. Pierce
    Chapter 8. Whale shark foraging, feeding, and diet / Christoph A. Rohner and Clare E. Prebble
    Chapter 9. Lessons from care of whale sharks in public aquariums / Alistair D.M. Dove, Rui Matsumoto, Christian Schreiber, Christopher Coco, Makio Yanagisawa, Tonya Clauss, Lisa Hoopes, and Keiichi Sato
    Chapter 10. Whale shark tourism as an incentive-based conservation approach / Jackie Zeigler and Philip Dearden
    Chapter 11. Global threats to whale sharks / David Rowat, Freya Womersley, Bradley M. Norman, and Simon J. Pierce
    Chapter 12. Conservation of whale sharks / Simon J. Pierce, Molly K. Grace, and Gonzalo Araujo
    Chapter 13. Outstanding questions in whale shark research and conservation / David Rowat, David P. Robinson, Alistair D. M. Dove, Gonzalo Araujo, Tonya Clauss, Christopher Coco, Philip Dearden, Molly K. Grace, Jonathan R. Green, Alex R. Hearn, Jason Holmberg, Lisa Hoopes, Rui Matsumoto, Craig McClain, Mark G. Meekan, Kiyomi Murakumo, Bradley M. Norman, Ryo Nozu, Sebástian A. Pardo, Emily E. Peele, César R. Peñaherrera Palma, Cameron Perry, Clare E. Prebble, Samantha Reynolds, Marlon Román, Christoph A. Rohner, Keiichi Sato, Jennifer V. Schmidt, Christian Schreiber, Ana M. M. Sequeira, Freya Womersley, Makio Yanagisawa, Kara E. Yopak, Jackie Ziegler, and Simon J. Pierce




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