Florida Program for Shark Research Publication List 

FPSR logo 150pxBurgess, G., Bruce, B., Cailliet, G., Goldman, K., Grubbs, R., Lowe, C., MacNeil, M., Mollet, H., Weng, K., and O'Sullivan, J. (2014). A Re-Evaluation of the Size of the White Shark (Carcharodon carcharias) Population off California, USA. PLOS ONE DOI 10.1371/journal.pone.0098078, 1-11 p. 

Simpfendorfer, C. and Burgess, G. (2002). Assessment of the status of the small coastal sharks in US waters using an age-structured model. Mote Marine Laboratory Technical Report 836, 58 p. 

Burgess, G. (2002). Bramble Sharks. Family Echinorhinidae, pp. 47-48. In: Collette, B.B. and G. Klein- MacPhee (eds.), Bigelow and Schroeder's Fishes of the Gulf of Maine, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. 

Burgess, G. (2002). Spiny Dogfishes. Family Squalidae, pp. 48-57. In: Collette, B.B. and G. Klein- MacPhee (eds.), Bigelow and Schroeder's Fishes of the Gulf of Maine, Smithsonian Institution Press, Washington, DC. 

Last, P., Burgess, G., and Seret, B. (2002). Description of six new species of lantern-sharks of the genus Etmopterus (Squaloidea: Etmopteridae) from the Australasian region. Cybium 26:203-223. 

Simpfendorfer, C. and Burgess, G. (2002). Assessment of the status of the Atlantic sharpnose shark (Rhizoprionodon terraenovae) using an age-structured population model. Northwest Atlantic Fisheries Organization NAFO SCR Doc. 02/116: 1-10. 

Piercy, A., Gelsleichter, J., and Snelson, F. Jr. (2003). Morphological and histological changes in the genital ducts of the male Atlantic stingray, Dasyatis sabina, associated with the seasonal reproductive cycle. Fish Physiology and Biochemistry. 29: 23-35. 

Morgan, A. and Burgess, G. (2004). Fishery-independent sampling: total catch, effort and catch composition, pp. 241-263. In: Musick, J.A. and R. Bonfil (eds.), Elasmobranch Fisheries Management Techniques, APEC Fisheries Working Group, Singapore. 

Burgess, G. (2004). [Review of] Sharks, Rays, and Chimaeras of California and Sharks, Skates, and Rays of the Carolinas. The Quarterly Review of Biology 79(2):210-211. 

Burgess, G., Beerkircher, L., Cailliet, G., Carlson, J., Cortés, E., Goldman, K., Grubbs, R., Musick, J., Musyl, M., and Simpfendorfer, C. (2005). Is the collapse of shark populations in the northwest Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico real? Fisheries 30(10):19-26. 

Burgess, G., Beerkircher, L., Cailliet, G., Carlson, J., Cortés, E., Goldman, K., Grubbs, R., Musick, J., Musyl, M., and Simpfendorfer, C. (2005). 2005 Reply to "Robust estimates of decline for pelagic shark populations in the northwest Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico." Fisheries 30(10):30-31. 

Burgess, G., (2005) When the shark bites. Globe and Mail (Toronto, Canada), 2 July 2005, D6. 

Fowler, S., Cavanagh, R., Camhi, M., Burgess, G., Cailliet, G., Fordham, S., Simpfendorfer, C., and. Musick, J. (2005) Sharks, Rays and Chimaeras: The Status of the Chondrichthyan Fishes. IUCN/SSC Shark Specialist Group. Gland, Switzerland and Cambridge, UK, 461 p. 

Bester, C. (2005). Shark research program brings valuable information to the surface. Natural History 114 (1): Florida Museum of Natural History special edition insert. 

Sulikowski, J., Kneebone, J., Elzey, S., Danley, P., Howell, W., and Tsang, P. (2005). The reproductive biology of the thorny skate, Amblyraja radiate, in the Gulf of Maine. Fishery Bulletin. 103: 535-543. 

Hazin, F., Fischer, A., Broadhurst , M., Veras, D., Oliveira, P., and Burgess, G. (2006). Notes on the reproduction of Squalus megalops off northeastern Brazil. Fisheries Research 79:251-257. 

Piercy, A., Gelsleichter, J., and Snelson, F. Jr. (2006). Morphological changes in the clasper gland of the Atlantic stingray, Dasyatis sabina, associated with the seasonal reproductive cycle. Journal of Morphology. 267: 109-114. 

Fischer, A., Veras, D., Hazin, F., Broadhurst, M., Burgess, G., and Oliveira, P. (2006). Maturation ofSqualus mitsukurii and Cirrhigaleus asper in the southwestern equatorial Atlantic Ocean. J. Appl. Ichthyol. 22:495-501. 

Snyder, D., and Burgess, G. (2006). The Indo-Pacific lionfish, Pterois volitans (Pisces: Scorpaenidae), new to Bahamian ichthyofauna. Coral Reefs DOI 10.1007/s00338-006-0176-8, 1 p.) 

Seitz, J. and Poulakis, G. (2006). Anthropogenic effects on the smalltooth sawfish (Pristis pectinata) in the United States. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 52: 1533-1540. 

Piercy, A.Ford, T., Levy, L., and Snelson, F. Jr. (2006). Analysis of variability in vertebral morphology and growth ring counts in two carcharhinid sharks. AES symposium publication, Environmental Biology of Fishes. 77:401-406. 

Meedan, M.G., Bradshaw, C.J.A., Press M., McLean, C., Richards, A., Quasnichka, S., and Taylor, G. J. Population size and structure of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) at Ningaloo Reef, Western Australia. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 139:275-285. 

Auerbach, P. and Burgess, G. (2007). Injuries from Nonvenomous Marine Animals, pp. 1654-1691. In: Wilderness Medicine, Fifth Edition, Mosby Elsevier, Inc, New York, NY. 

Piercy, A., Carlson, J., Sulikowski, J., and Burgess, G. (2007). Age and growth of the scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini, in the north-west Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Marine Freshwater Research. 58: 34-40. 

Portnoy, D., Piercy, A., Musick, J., Burgess, G., and Graves, J. (2007). Genetic polyandry and sexual conflict in the sandbar shark, Carcharhinus plumbeus, in the western North Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. Molecular Ecology. 16:187-197. 

Sulikowski, J., Irvine, S., DeValerio, K., and Carlson, J. (2007). Age and growth of the roundel skate (Raja texana), from the Gulf of Mexico, USA. Marine Freshwater Research. 58:41-53. 

Sulikowski, J., Driggers, T., Ford, T., Boonstra, R., and Carlson, J. (2007). Reproductive cycle of the blacknose shark, Carcharhinus acronotus, in the Gulf of Mexico. Journal of Fish Biology. 70:428- 440. 

Conrath, C. and Musick, J. (2007). The sandbar shark summer nursery within the bays and lagoons of the Eastern Shore of Virginia. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 136 (4): 99-1007. 

Conrath, C. and Musick, J. (2007). Investigations into depth and temperature habitat utilization and overwintering grounds of juvenile sandbar sharks, Carcharhinus plumbeus: the importance of near shore North Carolina waters. Environmental Biology of Fishes. v. 82(2):123-131. 

Morgan, A. and Burgess, G., (2007). At-vessel fishing mortality for six species of sharks caught in the northwest Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico, Proceedings of the 59th Annual Conference of the Gulf and Caribbean Fisheries Institute. v. 19(2):123-130. 

Snelson, F. Jr.Roman, B., and Burgess, G. (2008). Reproduction in pelagic sharks, pp. In: Camhi, M. and E. Pikitch (eds.), Pelagic Sharks: Biology, Fisheries and Conservation, Blackwell Publishing, Ames, IO. 

Carvalho, F., Oliveira, P., Hazin, F., Piercy, A., and Burgess, G. (2008). Population structure of the southern stingray, Dasyatis americana (Hildebrand & Schroeder, 1928), at the Atol Das Rocas Biological Reserve, Brazil. Brazilian Journal of Oceanography

Hazin, F., Burgess G. and Carvalho, F. (2008). A shark attack outbreak off Recife- PE, Brazil. Bulletin of Marine Science. v. 82(2):199-212. 

Morgan, A., Cooper, P., Curtis, T. and Burgess, G. (2009). An overview of the United States east coast bottom longline shark-fishery, 1994-2003. Marine Fisheries Review. 71(1)23-38. 

Romine, J., Musick, J. and Burgess, G. (2009). Demographic analyses of the dusky shark,Carcharhinus obscurus, in the Northwest Atlantic incorporating hooking mortality estimates and revised reproductive parameters. Environ Biol Fish. 84:277–289. 

Lowry, D., Fagundes de Castro, A.L., Mara, K., Whitenack, L., Delius, B., Burgess, G., and Motta, P. (2009). Determining shark size from forensic analysis of bite damage. Marine Biology 156:2483-2492. 

Lentz, A., Burgess, G., Perrin, K., Brown, J., Mozingo, D., and Lottenberg, L. (2010). Mortality and management of 96 shark attacks and development of a shark bite severity scoring system. The American Surgeon 76(1):101-106. 

Oliveira, P., Hazin, F., Carvalho, F., Rego, M., Coelho, R., Piercy, A., and Burgess, G. (2010). Reproductive biology of the crocodile shark Pseudocarcharias kamoharaiJournal of Fish Biology 76(7): 1655-1670. 

Burgess, G. , Buch, R. , Carvalho, F., Garner, B., and Walker, C. (2010). Factors Contributing to Shark Attacks on Humans: A Volusia County, Florida Case Study, pp. 541-567. In: Sharks and Their Relatives II: Biodiversity, Adaptive Physiology, and Conservation (Carrier J., Musick J., and Heithaus M eds.). 

Carlson J., Riberal, M., Conrath, C., Heupel, M. and Burgess, G. (2010). Habitat use and movement patterns of bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas determined using pop-up satellite archival tags. Journal of Fish Biology 77(3):661-675. 

Driggers W., Burgess, G., Hamilton, A., Hopkins, N., and Schobernd, C. (2010). Squaliolus laticaudusin the western North Atlantic Ocean: distributional and life history observations. Bulletin of Marine Science 86(4): 829-836. 

Mendonça, F., Oliveira, C., Burgess, G., Coelho, R. Piercy, A., Gadig, O., and Foresti, F. (2010). Species delimitation in sharpnose sharks (genus Rhizoprionodon) in the western Atlantic Ocean using mitochondrial DNA. Conservation Genetics 12(1):193-200. 

Mourato, B., Coelho, R., Amorim, A., Carvalho, F., Hazin, F. and Burgess, G. (2010). Size at maturity and length-weight relationships of the blurred lantern shark Etmopterus bigelowi (Squaliformes: Etmopteridae) caught off southeastern Brazil. Ciencias Marinas 36(4):323-331. 

Karl, S., Castro, A., Lopez, J., Chavert-Almeida, P., and Burgess, G. (2010). Phylogeography of the bull shark (Carcharhinus leucas) inferred from mitochondrial and microsatellite DNA. Conservation Genetics12:371-382. 

Carvalho, F., Murie, D., Hazin, F., Hazin, H., Leite-Mourato, B., Travassos, P., and Burgess, G.(2010). Catch rates and size composition of blue sharks (Prionace glauca) caught by the Brazilian pelagic longline fleet in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean. Aquatic Living Resource Journal 23:373-385. 

Knuckey, J., Ebert, D., and Burgess, G. (2011). Etmopterus sp. nov., a new species of lanternshark (Squaliformes: Etmopteridae) from Taiwan. Aqua, 17(2): 61-72. 

Honebrink, R., Buch, R., Galpin, P., and Burgess, G. (2011). First Documented Attack on a Live Human by a Cookiecutter Shark (Squaliformes, Dalatiidae: Isistius sp.). Pacific Science 65 (3): 365-374.

Afonsoa, A., Hazin, F., Carvalho, F., Pacheco, J., Hazin, H., Kerstetter, D., Murie, D. and Burgess, G.(2011). Fishing gear modifications to reduce elasmobranch mortality in pelagic and bottom longline fisheries off Northeast Brazil. Fisheries Research 108(2-3):336-343. 

Carvalho, F., Murie, D., Hazin, F., Hazin, H., Leite-Mourato, B., and Burgess, G. (2011). Spatial predictions of blue shark CPUE and catch probability of juveniles in the southwestern Atlantic Ocean. ICES Journal of Marine Science 68(5):890-900.