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Postrelease survival vertical and horizontal movements and thermal habitats of five species of pelagic sharks in the central pacific ocean. pp. 341-368 (Record no. 18142)

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022 ## - ISSN
International Standard Serial Number 0090-0656
041 ## - Código de Idioma
Language code of text/sound track or separate title eng
100 ## - Entrada Principal - Nombre Personal
Personal name Musyl, Michael K.
245 ## - Título propiamente dicho
Title Postrelease survival vertical and horizontal movements and thermal habitats of five species of pelagic sharks in the central pacific ocean. pp. 341-368
260 ## - Publicación, Distribución, etc.
Place of publication, distribution, etc. Washington
Name of publisher, distributor, etc. National Marine Fisheries Service
Date of publication, distribution, etc. 2001
520 ## - Resumen, etc.
Summary, etc. From 2001 to 2006, 71 pop-up satellite archival tags (PSATs) were deployed on five species of pelagic shark (blue shark [Prionace glauca]; shortfin mako [Isurus oxyrinchus]; silky shark [Carcharhinus falciformis]; oceanic whitetip shark [C. longimanus]; and bigeye thresher [Alopias superciliosus]) in the central Pacific Ocean to determine speciesspecific movement patterns and survival rates after release from longline fishing gear. Only a single postrelease mortality could be unequivocally documented: a male blue shark which succumbed seven days after release. Meta-analysis of published reports and the current study (n=78 reporting PSATs) indicated that the summary effect of postrelease mortality for blue sharks was 15percent (95percent CI, 8.5-25.1percent) and suggested that catch-and-release in longline fisheries can be a viable management tool to protect parental biomass in shark populations. Pelagic sharks displayed species-specific depth and temperature ranges, although with significant individual temporal and spatial variability in vertical movement patterns, which were also punctuated by stochastic events (e.g., El Nino-Southern Oscillation). Pelagic species can be separated into three broad groups based on daytime temperature preferences by using the unweighted pair-group method with arithmetic averaging clustering on a Kolmogorov-Smirnov Dmax distance matrix: 1) epipelagic species (silky and oceanic whitetip sharks), which spent gt;95percent of their time at temperatures within 2 degrees C of sea surface temperature; 2) mesopelagic-I species (blue sharks and shortfin makos, which spent 95percent of their time at temperatures from 9.7 degrees to 26.9 degrees C and from 9.4 degrees to 25.0 degrees C, respectively; and 3) mesopelagic-II species (bigeye threshers), which spent 95percent of their time at temperatures from 6.7 degrees to 21.2 degrees C. Distinct thermal niche partitioning based on body size and latitude was also evident within epipelagic species.
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Tópico o nombre geográfico Tiburones azules
9 (RLIN) 279569
650 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Términos temáticos
Tópico o nombre geográfico Pesquería de palangre
9 (RLIN) 279570
651 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Nombre geográficos
Nombre geográfico Atlántico noroeste
9 (RLIN) 279571
651 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Nombre geográficos
Nombre geográfico Seno del sur de california
9 (RLIN) 279572
652 ## - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--REVERSE GEOGRAPHIC (BK MP SE) [OBSOLETE]
-- Prionace-glauca
652 ## - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--REVERSE GEOGRAPHIC (BK MP SE) [OBSOLETE]
-- Isurus oxyrinchus
652 ## - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--REVERSE GEOGRAPHIC (BK MP SE) [OBSOLETE]
-- Carcharhinus falciformis
652 ## - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--REVERSE GEOGRAPHIC (BK MP SE) [OBSOLETE]
-- Carcharhinus longimanus
652 ## - SUBJECT ADDED ENTRY--REVERSE GEOGRAPHIC (BK MP SE) [OBSOLETE]
-- Alopias superciliosus
700 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Nombre Personal
Nombre Personal Fragoso, Nuno M.
700 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Nombre Personal
Nombre Personal McNaughton, Lianne M.
700 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Nombre Personal
Nombre Personal Nikkawa, Bert S.
700 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Nombre Personal
Nombre Personal Brill, Richard W.
700 ## - Entradas Secundarias - Nombre Personal
Nombre Personal Curran, Daniel S. [et al.]
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