Publications

of Christopher G. Lowe, Ph.D.

* Denotes CSULB students

 

Peer-reviewed Book Chapters

  • Bernal, D. and C.G. Lowe. 2015. Field physiology. In: R.E. Shadwick, A.P. Farrell, C.J. Brauner (eds.). Fish Physiology: Physiology of Elasmobranch Fishes: Structure and Interaction with Environment. Vol 34A. Academic Press.
  • Bernal, D., J.K. Carlson, K.J. Goldman, and C.G. Lowe. 2012. Energetics, metabolism, and endothermy in sharks and rays. In: J. Musick, J. Carrier, and M. Heithaus (eds.). The Biology of Sharks and their Relatives. Ed. 2. CRC Press: New York, New York.
  • Weng, K.C., J. O'Sullivan, C.G. Lowe, C. Winkler, M.E. Blasius*, K.A. Loke-Smith*, T. Sippel, J.M. Ezcurra, S.J. Jorgensen, and M.J. Murray. 2012. Back to the wild: release of juvenile white sharks from the Monterey Bay Aquarium. In: M. Domeier (Ed). Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the Great White Shark Research (Carcharodon carcharias). Taylor & Francis.
  • Curtis, T.H., B.D. Bruce, G. Cliff, S.F.J. Dudley, A.P. Klimley, A.A. Kock, R.N. Lea, C.G. Lowe, J.E. McCosker, G.B. Skomal, J.M. Werry, and J.G. West. 2012. Recommendations for governmental organizations responding to incidents of white shark attacks on humans. In: M. Domeier (Ed). Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the Great White Shark Research (Carcharodon carcharias). Taylor & Francis.
  • Mull, C.G.*, M.E. Blasius*, J. O'Sullivan, C.G. Lowe. 2012. Heavy metals, trace elements and organochlorine contaminants in muscle and liver tissue of juvenile white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) from the Southern California Bight. In: M. Domeier (Ed). Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the Great White Shark Research (Carcharodon carcharias). Taylor & Francis.
  • Lowe, C.G., M.E. Blasius*, E.T. Jarvis*, T.J. Mason*, G.D. Goodmanlowe, J.B. O'Sullivan. 2012. Historic fishery interactions with white sharks in the Southern California Bight. In: M. Domeier (Ed). Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the Great White Shark Research (Carcharodon carcharias). Taylor & Francis.
  • Ezcurra, J.M., C.G. Lowe, H.F. Mollet, L.A. Ferry-Graham, and J.B. O'Sullivan. 2012. Captive feeding and growth of young-of-the-year white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. In: M. Domeier (Ed). Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the Great White Shark Research (Carcharodon carcharias). Taylor & Francis.
  • Ezcurra, J.M., C.G. Lowe, H.F. Mollet, L.A. Ferry-Graham, and J.B. O'Sullivan. 2012. Routine metabolic rate of young-of-the-year white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at the Monterey Bay Aquarium. In: M. Domeier (Ed). Global Perspectives on the Biology and Life History of the Great White Shark Research (Carcharodon carcharias). Taylor & Francis.
  • Friedlander, A., J. Beets, J. Caselle, B. Bowen, T. Ogawa, C. Lowe, K. Kelley, B. Yeeting, T. Calitri, and M. Lange. 2007. Investigations of the biology and recreational fishery for bonefish at Palmyra Atoll National Wildlife Refuge, with comparisons to other Pacific Islands. In: J. Ault (ed.). Biology and Management of the World Tarpon and Bonefish Fisheries. CRC Press: New York, New York.
  • Kelley, K.M., T.D. Royal*, M.M. Galima*, K. Sak*, J.A. Reyes*, O. Zepeda*, R. Hagstrom*, T.A. Truong*, and C.G. Lowe. 2006. Insulin-like Growth Factor-binding Proteins (IGFBPs) in Fish: Beacons for (Disrupted) Growth Endocrine Physiology. In: M. Reinecke (ed.). Fish Endocrinology. Science Publishers: Plymouth, U.K.
  • Lowe, C.G. and R.N. Bray. 2006. Fish Movement and Activity Patterns. In: L.G. Allen, M.H. Horn, and D.J. Pondella (eds.). The Ecology of California Marine Fishes. University of California Press: Berkeley, California.
  • Carlson, J.K., K.J. Goldman, and C.G. Lowe. 2004. Metabolism, Energetic demand, and Endothermy. In: J. Musick, J. Carrier, and M. Heithaus (eds.). The Biology of Sharks and their Relatives. CRC Press: New York, New York
  • Lowe, C.G. and K.J. Goldman. 2001. Thermal and bioenergetics of elasmobranchs: bridging the gap. In: T.C. Tricas and S.H. Gruber (Eds.), The Behavior and Sensory Biology of Elasmobranch Fishes: an Anthology in Memory of Donald Richard Nelson (pp.251-266). Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.

Peer-reviewed Conference Articles

  • Lin, Y., H. Kastein, T. Peterson, C.G. Lowe, C. Clark. Submitted. A collocated hydrophone sensing system for autonomous shark tracking with an autonomous underwater vehicle. Proceedings of 2014 IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics & Automation.
  • Lin, Y., H. Kastein, T. Peterson, C. White*, C.G. Lowe, C. Clark. Accepted. A multi-AUV state estimator for determining the 3D position of tagged fish. Proceedings of 2014 IROS International Conf. on Intelligent Robots and Systems.
  • Lin, Y., H. Kastein, T. Peterson, C. Clark, C. White*, C.G. Lowe. 2013. Using time of flight distance calculations for tagged shark localization with an AUV. Proceeding of the Unmanned Untethered Submersible Technology Society meeting (UUST 2013).
  • Shinzaki, D., C. Gage, S. Tang, M. Moline, C.G. Lowe, C. Clark. 2013. A multi-AUV system for cooperative tracking and following of leopard sharks. Proceedings of 2013 IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics & Automation (ICRA 2013).
  • Forney, C., E. Manii, M. Farris*, M.A. Moline, C.G. Lowe, and C.M. Clark. 2012. Tracking a tagged leopard shark with an AUV: Sensor calibration and state estimation. Proceedings IEEE Int. Conf. on Robotics & Automation (ICRA 2012).
  • Tang, S., D.M. Shinzaki, C.G. Lowe, C.M. Clark. 2012. Multi-robot control for circumnavigation of particle distributions. Proceedings International Symposium on Distributed Autonomous Robot Systems (DARS 2012).

Peer-reviewed Journal Articles

  • Lin, Y., J. Hsiung, R. Piersall, C. White*, C.G. Lowe, C.M. Clark. 2016. A multi-AUV system for autonomous tracking of marine life. Journal of Field Robotics. DOI: 10.1002/rob.21668
  • Farris, M.*, B. Ahr*, C.G. Lowe. 2016. Area use and movements of the white croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) in relation to contaminated sediments in the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors. Marine Environmental Research. 120:145-153.
  • Freedman, R.M.*, C. Espasandin*, E.F. Holcumbe, C.R. Whitcraft, B.J. Allen, D. Witting, C.G. Lowe. 2016. Using movements and habitat utilization as a functional metric of restoration for estuarine juvenile fish habitat. Marine and Coastal Fisheries. 8:361-373.
  • Hays, G.C., L.C. Ferreira, A.M.M. Squeria, M.G. Meekan, C.M. Duarte, H. Bailey, F. Bailleul, W.D. Bowen, M.J. Caley, D.P. Costa, V.M. Eguiluz, S. Fossette, A.S. Friedlaender, N. Gales, A.C. Gleiss, J. Gunn, R. Harcourt, E.L. Hazen, M.R. Heithaus, M. Heupel, K. Holland, M. Horning, I. Jonsen, G.T. Kooyman, C.G. Lowe, P.T. Madsen, H. Marsh, R.A. Phillips, D. Righton, Y. Ropert-Coudert, K. Sato, S. Shaffer, C.A. Simpfendorfer, D.W. Sims, G. Skomal, A. Takahashi, P.N. Trathan, M. Wikelski, J.N. Womble, M. Thums. 2016. Key questions in marine megafauna movement ecology. Trends in Ecology and Evolution. 31(6):463-475.
  • Crear, D.*, D.D. Lawson, J.A. Seminoff, T. Eguchi, R.A. LeRoux, C.G. Lowe. 2016. Seasonal shifts in the movement and distribution of green sea turtles, Chelonia mydas, in response to anthropogenically-altered water temperatures. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 548:219-232.
  • Teesdale, G.N.*, B.W. Wolfe*, and C.G. Lowe. 2015. Patterns of home ranging, site fidelity, and seasonal spawning migration of barred sand bass caught within the Palos Verdes Shelf Superfund Site. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 539:255-269.
  • Lyons, K.*, C.G. Lowe. 2015. Organochlorine contaminants and maternal offloading in the lecithotrophic Pacific angel shark (Squatina californica) collected from southern California. Marine Pollution Bulletin. 97:518-522.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.*, Y. Watanabe, D. Bradley, L. Dee, K. Weng, C.G. Lowe, J. Caselle. 2015. Drivers of daily routines in an ectothermic marine predator: Hunt warm, rest warmer. PLoS One. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0127807
  • Lyons, K*, A. Preti, D.J. Madigan, R.J.D. Well, M.E. Blasius*, O.E. Snodgrass, D. Kacev, J.D. Harris, H. Dewar, S. Kohin, K. MacKenzie, C.G. Lowe. 2015. Insights into the life history and ecology of a large shortfin mako shark (Isurus oxyrinchus) captured in southern California. Journal of Fish Biology. doi:10.1111/jfb.12709
  • Wolfe, B.*, C.G. Lowe. 2015. Movement patterns, habitat use and site fidelity of the white croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) at the Palos Verdes Super Fund Site, Los Angeles, California. Marine Environmental Research. 109:69-80.
  • Ahr, B.*, M. Farris*, C.G. Lowe. 2015. Habitat selection and utilization of white croaker (Genyonemus lineatus) in the Los Angeles and Long Beach Harbors and the development of predictive habitat use models. Marine Environmental Research. 108:1-13.
  • Freedman, R.*, C. Whitcraft, C.G. Lowe. 2015. Connectivity and movements of juvenile predatory fishes between discrete restored estuaries in southern California. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 520:191-201.
  • Farrugia, T.J.*, M. Espinoza*, C.G. Lowe. 2014. The fish community of a newly restored southern California estuary: ecological perspective 3 years after restoration. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 97:1129-1147.
  • Freedman, R.*, C. Whitcraft, C.G. Lowe. 2015. Connectivity and movements of juvenile predatory fishes between discrete restored estuaries in southern California. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 520:191-201.
  • Burgess, G., B.D. Bruce, G.M. Cailliet, K.J. Goldman, R.D. Grubbs, C.G. Lowe, M.A. MacNeil, H.F. Mollet, J.B. O'Sullivan, K.C. Weng. 2014. A re-evaluation of the size of the white shark (Carcharodon carcharias) population off California, USA. PLoS ONE. 9(6):e98078.
  • Lyons, K.*, R. Lavado, D. Schlenk, C.G. Lowe. 2014. Bioaccumulation of organochlorine contaminants in southern California stingrays (Urobatis halleri) and biochemical indicators of exposure to planar aromatic compounds. Environmental Toxicology & Chemistry. 33(6):1380-1390.
  • TinHan, T.*, B. Erisman, O. Aburto-Oropeza, A. Weaver, D. Vazquez-Arce, C.G. Lowe. 2014. Residency and seasonal movements in Lutjanus argentiventris and Mycteroperca rosacea at Los Islotes Reserve, Gulf of California. 501:191-206.
  • McKinzie, M.K.*, E.T. Jarvis*, and C.G. Lowe. 2014. Fine-scale horizontal and vertical movements of barred sand bass, Paralabrax nebulifer, during spawning and non-spawning seasons. Fisheries Research. 150:66-75.
  • Lyons, K.* and C.G. Lowe. 2013. Quantification of maternal offloading of organic contaminants in elasmobranchs using the histotrophic round stingray (Urobatis halleri) as a model. Environmental Science & Technology. 47(21):12450-12458.
  • Lyons, K.* and C.G. Lowe. 2013. Mechanisms of maternal transfer of organochlorine contaminants and mercury in the common thresher shark (Alopias vulpinus). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 70:1667-1672.
  • Lyons, K.*, E.T. Jarvis*, S. Jorgensen, K. Weng, J. O'Sullivan, C. Winkler, C.G. Lowe. 2013. Assessment of degree and result of fisheries interactions with juvenile white sharks in southern California via fishery independent and dependent methods. Fisheries Research. 147:370-380.
  • Lyons, K.*, A. Carlisle, A. Preti, M. Blasius*, C. Mull*, C. Winkler, J. O'Sullivan, C.G. Lowe. 2013. Effects of trophic ecology and habitat use of maternal transfer of contaminants in four species of young-of-the-year lamniform sharks. Marine Environmental Research. 90:27-38.
  • Mull, C.G.*, K. Lyons*, M.E. Blasius*, C. Winkler, J.B. O'Sullivan, and C.G. Lowe. 2013. Evidence of maternal offloading of organic contaminants in white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias). PLoS ONE. 8(4):e62886.
  • Clark, C.M., C. Forney, E. Manii, D. Shinzako, M. Farris*, M. Moline, C.G. Lowe. 2013. Tracking and following of a tagged leopard shark with an autonomous underwater vehicle. Journal of Field Robotics. 30(3):309-322.
  • Xydes, A., M. Moline, C.G. Lowe, T.J. Farrugia*, and C. Clark. 2013. Behavioral characterization and particle filter localization to improve temporal resolution and accuracy while tracking acoustically tagged fishes. Ocean Engineering. 61:1-11.
  • Hoyos-Padilla, E.M., Y.P. Papastamatiou*, J. O'Sullivan, C.G. Lowe. 2013. First record of predation by a cookiecutter shark (Isistius spp.) on a white shark (Carcharodon carcharias). Pacific Science. 67:129-134.
  • Anthony, K.A.*, M.S. Love, C.G. Lowe. 2012. Translocation, homing behavior, and habitat utilization of oil platform associated groundfishes in the East Santa Barbara Channel, California. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. 111(2):101-118.
  • Martin, C.J.B.*, B.J. Allen, C.G. Lowe. 2012. Environmental Impact Assessment: Detecting changes in fish community structure in response to disturbance with an asymmetrical multivariate BACI sampling design. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. 111(2): 119-131.
  • Loke-Smith, K.A.*, A.J. Floyd*, C.G. Lowe, S.L. Hamilton, J.E. Caselle, and K.A. Young. 2012. Reassessment of the fecundity of California sheephead. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science. 4:599-604.
  • Manley, S.L. and C.G. Lowe. 2012. Canopy forming kelps as California's coastal dosimeter: 131I from damaged Japanese reactor measured in Macrocystis pyrifera. Environmental Science and Technology. 46(7):731-3736.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.* and C.G. Lowe. 2012. An analytical and hypothesis driven approach to elasmobranch movement studies. Journal of Fish Biology. 80:1342-1360.
  • Jirik, K.* and C.G. Lowe. 2012. An elasmobranch maternity ward: female round stingrays Urobatis halleri use warm, restored estuarine habitat during gestation. Journal of Fish Biology. 80:1227-1245.
  • Rogers, B.L.*, C.G. Lowe, and E. Fernandez-Juricic. 2011. Does fishing-related eye trauma (exophthalmia) affect the visual performance of rockfish (Sebastes rosaceus). Fisheries Research. 112(2011):1-7.
  • Hamilton, S.L., J.E. Caselle, C. Lantz, T. Egloff, E. Kondo, K. Loke-Smith*, K.A. Young, and C.G. Lowe. 2011. Extensive geographic and ontogenetic variation characterize the trophic ecology of California sheephead (Semicossyphus pulcher) in southern California. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 429: 227-244.
  • Farrugia, T.J.*, M. Espinoza*, and C.G. Lowe. 2011. Abundance, habitat use and movement patterns of the shovelnose guitarfish (Rhinobatos productus) in a restored southern California estuary. Marine and Freshwater Science. 62:648-657.
  • Espinoza, M.**, T.J. Farrugia*, and C.G. Lowe. 2011. Habitat use, movements and site fidelity of the gray smooth-hound sharks (Mustelus californicus Gill 1963), in a newly restored southern California estuary. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 401:63-74.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.*, D.P. Cartamil*, C.G. Lowe, C.G. Meyer, B.M. Wetherbee, and K.N. Holland. 2011. Scales of orientation, directed walks, and movement path structure in sharks. Journal of Animal Ecology. 80:864-874.
  • Espinoza, M.*, T.J. Farrugia*, D.M. Webber, F. Smith, and C.G. Lowe. 2011. Testing a new acoustic technique to quantify fine-scale, long-term fish movements. Fisheries Research. 108:364-371.
  • Loke-Smith, K.A.*, M.A. Sundberg, K.A. Young, and C.G. Lowe. 2010. Use of morphology and endocrinology to predict sex in California sheephead: Evidence of altered timing of sex change at Santa Catalina Island, California. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society. 139:1742-1750.
  • Mason, T.* and C.G. Lowe. 2010. Home range, habitat use, and site fidelity of barred sand bass within a southern California marine protected area. Fisheries Research. 106(2010):93-101.
  • Plank, S.M.*, C.G. Lowe, K.A. Feldheim, R.R. Wilson, and J.A. Brusslan. 2010. Population genetic structure of the round stingray, Urobatis halleri (Elasmobranchii: Rajiformes), in southern California and the Gulf of California. Journal of Fish Biology. 77:329-340.
  • Martin, C.J.B* and C.G. Lowe. 2010. Species composition and abundance of the fishes at offshore petroleum platforms on the San Pedro Shelf, southern California. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science. 2:180-194.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.*, B.M. Wetherbee, G.D. Goodmanlowe, and C.G. Lowe. 2010. Foraging ecology of cookie cutter sharks (Isistius brasiliensis) on pelagic fishes in Hawaii, inferred from prey bite wounds. Environmental Biology of Fishes 88:361-368.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.*, A.M. Friedlander, J. Caselle, and C.G. Lowe. 2010. Long-term movement patterns and trophic ecology of blacktip reef sharks (Carcharhinus melanopterus) at Palmyra Atoll. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 386(2010):94-102.
  • Mull, C.G.*, C.G. Lowe, and K.A. Young. 2010. Seasonal reproduction of female round stingrays (Urobatis halleri): Steriod hormone profiles and assessing reproductive state. General and Comparative Endocrinology 166(2010):379-387
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.*, J. Caselle, A.M. Friedlander, and C.G. Lowe. 2009. Distribution, size frequency, and sex ratios of blacktip reef sharks, Carcharhinus melanopterus, at Palmyra Atoll: a predator-dominated ecosystem. Journal of Fish Biology. 75:647-654
  • Lowe, C.G., K.M. Anthony*, E.T. Jarvis*, L.F. Bellquist*, and M.S. Love. 2009. Site fidelity and movement patterns of groundfish associated with offshore petroleum platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel. Marine and Coastal Fisheries: Dynamics, Management, and Ecosystem Science. 1:71-89.
  • Sundberg, M.A.*, K.A. Loke*, C.G. Lowe, and K.A. Young. 2009. Gonadal restructuring during sex transition in California sheephead: a reclassification three decades after initial studies. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. 108(1):16-28.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.*, C.G Lowe, J. Caselle, A.M. Friedlander. 2009. Scale dependent effects of habitat on movements and path structure of reef sharks a predator dominated atoll. Ecology 90(4): 996-1008.
  • Mull, C.G.*, C.G. Lowe, and K.A. Young. 2008. Photoperiod and water temperature regulation of seasonal reproduction in male round stingrays (Urobatis halleri). Journal of Comparative Biochemistry and Physiology: Part A. 151:717-715.
  • Marcotte, M.M.* and C.G. Lowe. 2008. Behavioral responses of two species of sharks to pulsed, direct current electric fields: testing a potential shark deterrent. Marine Technology Society Journal. 42(2):53-61.
  • Hale, L.F.* and C.G. Lowe. 2008. Age and growth of the round stingray, Urobatis halleri (Cooper), at Seal Beach, California. Journal of Fish Biology. 73:510-523.
  • Rogers, B.L.*, C.G. Lowe, E. Fernandez-Juricic, and L.R. Frank. 2008. Assessing the effects of angling-induced barotraumas on rockfish using magnetic resonance imaging (MRI). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 65:1245-1249.
  • Jarvis, E.T.* and C.G. Lowe. 2008. The effects of barotrauma on the catch-and-release survival of southern California nearshore and shelf rockfish (Scorpaenidae, Sebastes spp.). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences. 65:1286-1296.
  • Bellquist, L.F.*, C.G. Lowe, and J.E. Caselle. 2008. Fine-scale movement patterns, site fidelity, and habitat selection of ocean whitefish (Caulolatilus princeps). Fisheries Research. 91:325-335.
  • Whitney, N.M. Y.P. Papastamatiou*, K.N. Holland, and C.G. Lowe. 2008. Use of an acceleration data logger to measure diel activity patterns in captive whitetip reef sharks, Triaenodon obesus. Aquatic Living Resources.
  • Hight, B.V. and C.G. Lowe. 2007. Behavioral thermoregulation in adult female leopard sharks, Triakis semifasciata, in nearshore embayments. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology. 352:114-128.
  • Lowe, C.G., G.J. Moss*, G. Hoisington*, J.J. Vaudo*, D.P. Cartamil*, M.M. Marcotte*, and Y.P. Papastamatiou*. 2007. Caudal spine-shedding periodicity in the round stingray, Urobatis halleri (Cooper) and implications for stingray-related injury management. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences. 106(1):16-26.
  • Weng, K.C., J. O'Sullivan, C.G. Lowe, C. Winkler, H. Dewar, and B. Block. 2007. Movements, behavior and habitat preferences of juvenile white sharks in the eastern Pacific as revealed by electronic tags. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 338:211-224.
  • Hale, L.F.*, J.V. Dudgeon, A.Z. Mason, and C.G. Lowe. 2006. Elemental signatures in the vertebral cartilage of the round stingray, Urobatis halleri, from Seal Beach, California. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 77:317-325.
  • Topping, D.T.*, C.G. Lowe, and J.E. Caselle. 2006. Site fidelity and seasonal movement patterns of adult California sheephead, Semicossyphus pulcher (Labridae), ascertained via long-term acoustic monitoring. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 326:257-267.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.*, C.G. Lowe, B.M. Wetherbee, and G.L. Crow. 2006. Distribution and dietary overlap between shark species amongst the Hawaiian Islands: evidence for resource partitioning and competitive exclusion? Marine Ecology Progress Series. 325:239-251.
  • Lowe, C.G., B.M. Wetherbee, and C.G. Meyer. 2006. Using acoustic telemetry monitoring techniques to quantify movement patterns and site fidelity of sharks and giant trevally around French Frigate Shoals and Midway Atoll. Atoll Research Bulletin. 543:281-304.
  • McElroy, D.P.C., B.M. Wetherbee, C.S. Mostello, C.G. Lowe, G.L. Crow, and R.C. Wass. 2006. Food habits of the sandbar shark (Carcharhinus plumbeus) in Hawaii. Environmental Biology of Fishes. 76:81-92.
  • Vaudo, J.J.* and C.G. Lowe. 2006. Movement patterns of round stingrays (Urobatis halleri) near a thermal outfall. Journal of Fish Biology. 68:1756-1766.
  • Forsgren, K.L.* and C.G. Lowe. 2006. The life history of weedy seadragons, Phyllopteryx taeniolatus (Pisces: Syngnathidae). Marine and Freshwater Research. 57:313-322.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.* and C.G. Lowe. 2005. Variations in gastric acid secretion during periods of fasting between two species of shark. Comparative Physiology and Biochemistry: Part A. 141:210-214.
  • Topping, D.T.*, C.G. Lowe, and J. Caselle. 2005. Home range and habitat utilization of adult California sheephead, Semicossyphus pulcher (Labridae), in a temperate no-take marine reserve. Marine Biology 147:301-311.
  • Hoisington, G.* and C.G. Lowe. 2005. Abundance and distribution of the round stingray, Urobatis halleri, near a heated effluent outfall. Marine Environmental Research 60(4):437-453.
  • Johansson, P.K.E.*, T. Douglass, and C.G. Lowe. 2004. Caudal spine replacement and histogenesis in the round stingray, Urobatis halleri. Bulletin of the Southern California Academy of Sciences 103(3):115-124.
  • Wetherbee, B.M., K.N. Holland, C.G. Meyer, and C.G. Lowe. 2004. Use of a marine reserve in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii by the giant trevally, Caranx ignobilis. Fisheries Research 67:253-263.
  • Cartamil. D.P.* and C.G. Lowe. 2004. Fine-scale movement patterns of ocean sunfish (Mola mola) off southern California. Marine Ecology Progress Series 266:245-253.
  • Papastamatiou, Y.P.* and C.G. Lowe. 2004. Postprandial response of gastric pH in leopard sharks (Triakis semifasciata) and its use to study foraging ecology. Journal of Experimental Biology. 207:225-232.
  • Lowe, C.G., D.T. Topping*, D.P. Cartamil*, and Y.P. Papastamatiou*. 2003. Movement patterns, home range and habitat utilization of adult kelp bass (Paralabrax clathratus) in a temperate no-take marine reserve. Marine Ecology Progress Series 256:205-216.
  • Cartamil, D.P.*, J.J. Vaudo*, C.G. Lowe, B.M. Wetherbee, and K.N. Holland. 2003. Diel movement patterns of the Hawaiian stingray, Dasyatis lata: implications for ecological interactions between two sympatric elasmobranch species. Marine Biology 142:841-847.
  • Kelley, K.M., M.M. Galima*, K. Sak*, A. Hawayek*, J.A. Reyes*, M. Jamison*, T. Price*, L. Berg*, L. Balogh*, C. Gillespie*, A. Gavrilla*, and C. Lowe. 2002. What we know and don't yet know about the growth-modulating roles of insulin-like growth factor-binding proteins (IGFBPs) in fishes. In: B. Small and D. MacKinlay (Eds.), Developments in Understanding Fish Growth- Symposium Proceedings (pp. 73-76), American Fisheries Society, Bethesda, MD.
  • Lowe, C.G. 2002. Bioenergetics of free-ranging juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks (Sphryna lewini) in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii. Journal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology 278(2):139-154.
  • Holland, K., A. Bush, C. Meyer, S. Kajiura, B. Wetherbee, and C. Lowe. 2001. Five tags applied to a single species in a single location: The tiger shark experience. In: J.R. Sibert and J. Nielsen (Eds.), Electronic Tagging and Tracking in Marine Fisheries (pp. 237-248). Kluwer Academic Publishers, The Netherlands.
  • Lowe, C.G. 2001. Metabolic rates of juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks (Sphryna lewini). Marine Biology 139:447-453.
  • Meyer, C.G., K.N. Holland, B.M. Wetherbee, and C.G. Lowe. 2001. Diet, resource partitioning and gear vulnerability of Hawaiian jacks captured in fishing tournaments. Fisheries Research 53(2001):105-113.
  • Lowe, C.G. and K.J. Goldman. 2001. Thermal and bioenergetics of elasmobranchs: bridging the gap. Environmental Biology of Fishes 60:251-256.
  • Meyer, C.G., K.N. Holland, B.M. Wetherbee, and C.G. Lowe. 2000. Movement patterns, habitat utilization, home range size and site fidelity of whitesaddle goatfish (Parupeneus porphyreus) in a marine reserve. Environmental Biology of Fishes 59(3):235-242.
  • Holland, K.N., B.M. Wetherbee, C.G. Lowe, and C.G. Meyer. 1999. Movements of tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier) in coastal Hawaiian waters. Marine Biology 134:665-673.
  • Lowe, C.G., K.N. Holland, and T.G. Wolcott. 1998. A new acoustic transmitter for fishes. Fisheries Research 36:275-283.
  • Lowe, C.G., K.N. Holland, T. Wolcott, and J. McKibben. 1998. Development and utility of an acoustic tailbeat-sensing transmitter. Pacific Science 52:190.
  • Nelson, D.R., J. McKibben, W. Strong, C. Lowe, J. Sisneros, D. Schroeder, and R.J. Lavenberg. 1997. An acoustic tracking of a megamouth shark, Megachasma pelagios. Environmental Biology of Fishes 49:389-399.
  • Wetherbee, B.M., G. Crow, and C.G. Lowe. 1997. Distribution, reproduction and diet of the gray reef shark, Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos in Hawaii. Marine Ecology Progress Series 151:181-189.
  • Lowe, C.G. 1996. Kinematics and critical swimming speed of juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks. Journal of Experimental Biology 199:2605-2610.
  • Lowe, C.G. and G. Goodman-Lowe. 1996. Suntanning in hammerhead sharks. Nature 383(6602):677.
  • Lowe, C.G., B.M. Wetherbee, G. Crow and A. Tester. 1996. Ontogenetic dietary shifts and feeding behavior of the tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier, in Hawaiian waters. Environmental Biology of Fishes 47(2):203-212.
  • Crow, G., C.G. Lowe, and B. Wetherbee. 1996. Shark records from longline fishing programs in Hawaii with comments on Pacific Ocean distributions. Pacific Science 50(4):382-392.
  • Holland, K.N., C.G. Lowe, and B.M. Wetherbee. 1996. Movements and dispersal patterns of the blue trevally (Caranx melampygus) in a fisheries conservation zone. Fisheries Research 25:279-292.
  • Wetherbee, B.M., G. Crow, and C.G. Lowe. 1996. The biology of the Galapagos shark, Carcharhinus galapagensis, in Hawaii. Environmental Biology of Fishes 45:299-310.
  • Lowe, C.G., R.N. Bray, and D.R. Nelson. 1994. The predatory behavior and associated electric organ discharge of the Pacific electric ray, Torpedo californica. Marine Biology 120(1):161-169.
  • Wetherbee, B.M., C.G. Lowe, and Crow, G. 1994. The history of shark control in Hawaii: recommendations for future research. Pacific Science 48(2):95-115.
  • Holland, K., J. Peterson, B. Wetherbee, and C.G. Lowe. 1993. Movement of juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks in their natal grounds. Copeia 1993(2):495-502.
  • Holland, K., B. Wetherbee, C.G. Lowe, J. Peterson. 1993. Movement patterns and biology of the white goatfish, Mulloides flavolineatus. Bulletin of Marine Science 52(3):982-992.
  • Holland, K., C.G. Lowe, J. Peterson, and A. Gill. 1992. Tracking coastal sharks with small boats: hammerhead shark pups as a case study. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Science 43:61-66.

Technical Reports

  • Lowe, C.G., B. Wolfe, and G. Teesdale. 2013. Data Report for the Fish Movement Study. EPA contract No. EP-S9-08-03.
  • Anthony, K.M. C.G. Lowe, and M.S. Love. 2009. Translocation, homing behavior, and habitat utilization of groundfishes around offshore oil platforms in the east Santa Barbara Channel. MMS OCS Study 2009-033. California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, California. MMS Cooperative Agreement Number 1435-01-06-CA-39796.
  • Lowe, C.G. 2007. Movement and activity patterns of rockfish. Conservation of North Pacific Rockfishes: Ecological genetics and stock structure workshop proceedings. NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFS-NWFSC-80.
  • Lowe, C.G., K.M. Anthony, E.T. Jarvis*, L.F. Bellquist, and M.S. Love. 2007. Site fidelity of characteristic fish species at offshore petroleum platforms in the Santa Barbara Channel. MMS OCS Study 2007-006. California State University Long Beach, Long Beach, California. MMS Cooperative Agreement Number 1435-01-04-CA-34196.
  • Heupel, M., C. Simpfendorfer, and C. Lowe. 2005. Passive acoustic telemetry technology: Current applications and future directions. Mote Technical Report # 1066.

Invited Lectures and Seminars

  • Farallon Islands National Marine Sanctuary Naturalists training workshop - Aug. 2016. So. California white shark nursery.
  • Project Wipeout: Lifeguard symposium - Jul 2016. Sharks of So. California.
  • Alamitos Bay Yacht Club - Jun 2016. Return of big marine predator to California waters.
  • City of San Clemente - Jun 2016. Return of the big marine predators to California waters.
  • Santa Barbara Zoo. May 2016. Return of the big marine predators to California waters.
  • TEDx CSULB - Long Beach. Apr. 2016. Recovering shark populations: A sign that some things can get better.
  • Living Ethics Every Day - Long Beach Chamber of Commerce. Mar. 2016. Restoring the Beach: The role of science and environmental stewardship.
  • Leadership Tomorrow - Orange County. Oct. 2015. Recovery of large marine predators: a sign some things are getting better.
  • ExplorOcean Lecture Series. Sep 2015. Return of the big marine predators to California waters.
  • State of the Bay Conference. Sep 2015. Use of Santa Monica Bay as nursery habitat for white sharks.
  • CSU Monterey Bay Regional Ocean Science - REU program. Aug. 2015. How technology has changed how we study the behavior, physiology and ecology of sharks
  • K-12 Alliance Teacher Training workshop. Aug 2015. Using shark research to teach 8 grade students about physics
  • Santa Barbara Natural History Museum - Special lecture. Jun 2015. Healthy sharks, healthy ocean.
  • Town Hall meeting on sharks - Sunset Beach. Jun 2015. Sharks of southern California and the behavior of juvenile white sharks in coastal waters.
  • Town Hall meeting on beach safety - Manhattan Beach City Hall. May 2015. Marine life hazards along coastal waters.
  • 17th Annual Perspectives on Science Lecture Series - Pt. Loma Nazarene Univ. Apr. 2015. Return of the big marine predators to California waters: A sign of hope.
  • Newport Beach Men's Luncheon - Apr 2015. Sharks and shark research in southern California.
  • California MPA Collaborative - Catalina Island. Mar. 2015. Spying on the fishes: why is understanding fish movements important for the MPA process?
  • Laguna Woods Yacht Club. Mar. 2015. Return of large marine predator to southern California.
  • Southern California - American Association of Physics Teachers Meeting. Nov. 2014. Physics for Fishers Program.
  • Malibu Surfrider Foundation. Nov. 2014. Sharks of Santa Monica Bay: a sign of recovery.
  • City Council Meeting Hermosa Beach. Oct. 2014. Sharks and Hermosa Beach.
  • City Council Meeting Manhattan Beach. Sep. 2014. Sharks of Manhattan Beach: Pier fishing and community awareness.
  • Pelagic Research & Conservation Project for Isla del Coco & Shark Conservation Initiatives in the Eastern Pacific. Aug. 2014. Recovery of the white shark population in US waters.
  • American Elasmobranch Society President Plenary address - ASIH meeting. Jul 2014. Is "the-sky-is-falling" science really the only solution for elasmobranch conservation?
  • Orange County Natural History Lecture Series. Jul 2014. Return of the big marine predators to California waters.
  • Roundhouse Aquarium Lecture Series. Jul. 2014. Sharing the wave with the sharks of the South Bay.
  • AltaSea & Cabrillo Marine Aquarium Discovery Lecture Series. May 2014. Return of the big marine predators to California waters: a sign things might be getting better.
  • Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Marine Biology Research Division. Seminar. May 2014. Has 45 years of environmental protection done any good? Signs of meso- and apex predator recovery in California waters.
  • State of Florida - Fish & Wildlife Research Institute seminar. Apr. 2014. The science behind catch & release.
  • Univ. of Florida - Dept. of Fisheries Seminar. Apr. 2014. The science behind catch & release.
  • California Science Center - Learning lunch. Los Angeles, CA. Apr. 2014. Return of the large marine predators - a sign that we're doing something right.
  • Moss Landing Marine Lab - Seminar series. Moss Landing, CA. Mar. 2014. The science behind catch & release.
  • Bolsa Chica Conservancy - Speaker Series. Sunset Beach, CA. Feb. 2014. Wetland predators.
  • Southern California Shark Symposium - Lifeguard Association. Manhattan Beach, CA. Jan. 2014. Keynote speaker. White shark behavioral patterns along the California coast.
  • California Science Teacher Association Conference. Palm Springs, CA. Oct. 2013. Focus speaker. Developing shark tracking robots.
  • Golden Coast Lady Anglers. Ventura, CA. Nov. 2013. Invited speaker. The science behind of catch & release.
  • New England Aquarium. Nov. 2013. Invited speaker. The recovery of apex marine predators of California.
  • Best Practices Sportfishing workshop -- plenary speaker. Ventura, CA. Aug. 2013. The science behind catch & release.
  • Best Practices Sportfishing workshop -- plenary speaker. Tampa, FL. April. 2013. The science behind catch & release.
  • Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. May 2013. The recovery of apex marine predator populations.
  • Southern California Aquarium Collaborative Lecture Series - Apr. 2013. Seeking sanctuaries for sharks.
  • California State University Fullerton - Biological Science Dept. seminar - Mar 2013. White sharks of the northeastern Pacific: a conservation success story or on the verge of endangerment?
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium - Conservation Research Program Seminar. Feb. 2013. Juvenile white sharks of southern California.
  • Gray's Reef National Marine Sanctuary, Savanna GA - Best Practices Sportfishing workshop -- plenary speaker. Nov. 2012. The science behind catch & release.
  • Channel Islands National Marine Sanctuary - Sanctuary Advisory Council - guest speaker. Sept. 2012. Using information on fish movement and habitat use to assess MPA design and performance.
  • COSEE-West - Ocean Observing Systems: Summer Teacher Institute 2012 - guest speaker. Aug. 2012. Spying on the fishes: technology that biologists use to measure behavior.
  • Pacific Fisheries Management Council - Scientific Advisory Committee - June 2012. What is known about barotrauma in rockfishes?
  • Friday Harbor Laboratories - Seminar series. April 2012. White sharks of California: A conservation success story or an insidious trophic tragedy in the making?
  • NMFS Northwest Fisheries Science Center - Monster Seminar Jam. April 2012. White sharks of California: A conservation success story or an insidious trophic tragedy in the making?
  • Cabrillo Marine Aquarium - Lecture Series. Dec. 2011. Following the contaminated white croaker of San Pedro Bay.
  • Los Angeles Rod & Reel Club - keynote speaker. Oct. 2011. Are white sharks really on the rise in California?
  • Australian Society of Fish Biology - keynote speaker. Jul. 2011. Quantifying physiological and behavioral ecology of marine fishes using telemetry: choosing the right tools for the job. Townsville, Australia.
  • Scripps Institution of Oceanography - Marine Biology Research Division. Seminar. Feb. 2011. White sharks of southern California: A conservation success story or an insidious trophic tragedy?
  • Department of Biological Sciences, California State University Long Beach. Department Seminar. Oct. 2010. White sharks of the eastern Pacific: A conservation success story or an insidious trophic tragedy?
  • Sharks International Conference - keynote speaker. Jun. 2010. Shark behavior research: we've come a long way! Cairns, Australia.
  • SCCWRP seminar series. May 2010. Historic fishery interactions with juvenile white sharks in southern California: Banning of nearshore gillnets haven't eliminated the threats.
  • School of Fisheries - University of Alaska - Juneau seminar. May 2010. The effects of angling induced trauma on the physiology, behavior, and survival of southern California nearshore fishes.
  • Moss Landing Marine Lab - Dept. seminar series. Apr. 2010. The influence of fisheries interactions and environmental contaminants on white sharks in southern California.
  • Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. May 2009. Taking a bite out of shark myths and misconceptions.
  • Los Angeles Rod and Reel Club. Monthly meeting. Mar. 2009. Studying bonefish and reef sharks at Palmyra Atoll.
  • Ventura Sportfishing Club. Monthly meeting. Mar. 2009. The MLPA is coming to Southern California: what will this mean for sportfishing?
  • Cypress College. STEM program Lecture Series. Feb. 2009. The elusive cookie cutter shark: the little shark with a renowned bite.
  • COSEE-West. Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. Workshop series. Oct. 2008. The MLPA is coming to Southern California.
  • Department of Biology. Pepperdine University. Department Seminar. Oct. 2008. How small is big enough? Using information on movement and habitat use patterns of nearshore gamefishes to design MPAs
  • Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. Staff workshop. Oct. 2008. The MLPA process and what it means for Southern California.
  • Amigos de Bolsa Chica. Public Lecture. Sep. 2008. Bolsa Chica: taking the sting out of Seal Beach.
  • Orange County Natural History Museum. Public Lecture. Jul. 2008. Why do they bite and sting: what do we know about the sharks and stingrays of southern California.
  • Osher Lifelong Learning Institute and Long Beach Public Library. Public Lecture. Mar. 2008. Adventures in the deep blue sea.
  • Department of Biology. San Diego State University. Seminar series. Nov. 2007. From bonefish to blacktips: examining predator-prey interactions at Palmyra Atoll.
  • Department of Biology. California State University Northridge. Colloquium series. Oct. 2007. Movements and site fidelity of gamefishes near offshore petroleum platforms: Nice real estate but how's the commute?
  • Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific Public Lecture Series. Jul 2006. The sting of Seal Beach - learning to coexist with stingrays.
  • Center for Environmental Analysis (CEA-CREST), California State University, Los Angeles. Jan. 2005. How small is big enough: designing MPAs to accommodate the movements and habitat preferences of nearshore gamefishes.
  • Southern California Coastal Water Research Project Seminar series. May 2004. Understanding the movement patterns of California nearshore gamefishes and its application for management.
  • NMFS-NOAA Northwest Fisheries Science Center, Seattle. March 2004. Conservation of North Pacific rockfishes: ecological genetics and stock structure workshop. Methods for studying the movement patterns of rockfishes.
  • Department of Biological Sciences, California State University Long Beach. Feb. 2004. What do we know about the movement and activity patterns for California fishes?
  • San Clemente Surfrider Foundation. January 2004. Sharks of southern California and shark attacks.
  • American Association for Laboratory Animal Science Workshop on Aquatics. April 2003. Field surgery on large sharks and gamefishes.
  • School of Aquatic and Fishery Science, University of Washington. January 2003. Fish movements and marine reserves: How small is big enough?
  • Cabrillo Marine Aquarium. September 2002. Marine reserves: How small is big enough?
  • College of Marine Science, University of South Florida. April 2002. Movement patterns and behavior of tiger sharks along the Hawaiian Archipelago.
  • Scripps Institute of Oceanography. Feb. 2002. Movement patterns and behavior of tiger sharks of the Hawaiian Archipelago.
  • Department of Biological Sciences, California State University Long Beach. Feb. 2002. You have to know where they go: the movement patterns of gamefishes in marine reserves.
  • Monterey Bay Aquarium Research Institute. Dec. 2001. Behavior of tiger sharks along the Hawaiian Archipelago: Reef residents or ramblers?
  • Moss Landing Marine Laboratory. Dec. 2001. Using telemetry to study elasmobranchs.
  • Department of Biological Sciences, University of Southern California. Sept. 2001. How safe are your neighborhoods: understanding the movement patterns and habitat requirements of nearshore gamefish within marine reserves.
  • Birch Aquarium at Scripps. Aug. 2001. Tiger sharks: reef residents or ocean ramblers?
  • UCLA Ocean Discovery Center. May 2001. Movement patterns of tiger sharks around Hawaii: reef residents or ramblers?
  • Long Beach Aquarium of the Pacific. April, 2001. Tiger sharks.
  • Department of Biological Sciences, California State University Long Beach. Sept., 2000. Movement patterns of tiger sharks around Hawaii: reef residents or ramblers?
  • Bodega Marine Laboratory, University of California, Davis. April, 2000. Movement patterns and bioenergetics of juvenile scalloped hammerhead sharks in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
  • Department of Biological Sciences, California State University Fullerton. May, 1999. Bioenergetics of juvenile hammerhead sharks: trying to make a living in Kaneohe Bay, Hawaii.
  • Department of Biology, Arizona State University, West. March, 1999. Ecology of sharks in Hawaiian waters.
  • Department of Biological Sciences, California State University Long Beach. April 1998. Bioenergetics of hammerhead sharks in Kaneohe Bay: making enough to pay the bills.
  • Marine Biology Department, Scripp's Institute of Oceanography. April 1998. Shark research in Hawaii.
  • Department of Biology, Boston University. Nov. 1997. Fun in the sun: suntanning sharks.
  • Biology Department, Gordon College. Nov. 1997. Shark research in Hawaii.
  • School of Natural Sciences, Silliman University, Negros, Philippines. Jan. 1997. Movement patterns of tiger and hammerhead sharks in Hawaiian coastal waters.
  • Biology Department, Gordon College. Oct. 1995. History of shark control in Hawaii.
  • Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution. Aug. 1994. Aspects of shark research in Hawaii.

Invited Panelist

  • American Elasmobranch Society Graduate Student workshop. July 2016. New Orleans, LA.
  • 2nd reunion de marcaje satelital y telemetria Acustica: taller de collaboracion. February 2016. La Paz, Baja, Mexico.
  • The natural history of Los Angeles - Our coastal environment: Past, present, and future. April 2015. Los Angeles, CA.
  • Gulf of Mexico Barotrauma Research Workshop. Sept. 2013. St. Petersburg, FL.
  • Best recreational fishing practices workshop. August 2013. Ventura, CA.
  • Best recreational fishing practices workshop. April 2013. Largo, FL.
  • Best recreational fishing practices workshop. April 2012. Richmond Hill, GA.
  • Electromagnetic fields and Aquatic Life workshop. Nov. 2012. Monterey, CA
  • FishSmart Pacific Workshop on Improving the Survival of Released Fish Focusing on Barotrauma. May 2012. Portland, OR
  • Channel Islands Symposium. Special Session: The first five years of monitoring the Channel Islands Marine Protected Area Network. Feb. 2008. Ventura, CA.
  • IDWG and Technical Expert Panel - State of California. Jan. 2008. Oil and gas platform decommissioning options - refinement of issues and questions. Long Beach, CA.
  • Marine reserves off California: What do we really know about their impact on marine fisheries? Nov. 2007. Western Society of Naturalists Presidential Symposium. Ventura, CA.
  • COSEE-West Science Research and Exhibitry. Feb. 2007. Retreat organized by COSEE-West. San Pedro, CA.
  • Advanced sample technology workshop acoustic tagging and integrated ocean observing systems. Dec. 2006. Workshop organized by NOAA Fisheries Southwest Fisheries Science Center, Fisheries Ecology Division. Santa Cruz, CA.
  • Passive acoustic telemetry technology: Current applications and future directions. December 2005. International workshop organized by C.G. Lowe, M. Heupel, and C. Simpfendorfer, sponsored by USC Seagrant and Vemco-Amirix. Catalina Island, CA.
  • Shoreline and Marine Boundaries: Datums, Jurisdictions, and Policy. October 2005. Workshop organized and sponsored by NOAA and Calif. Dept. of Fish & Game. Long Beach, CA.
  • American Elasmobranch Society. July 2005. Careers in elasmobranch research. Workshop organized by Student Activities Committee. Tampa, FL.
  • Shark satellite tagging workshop. December 2003. Workshop organized by Mote Marine Laboratory and sponsored by NFS. Sarasota, Florida.
  • NOAA Workshop on Northwestern Hawaiian Island. May 2003. Workshop organized by NOAA to develop a research plan for the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands. Honolulu, Hawaii.
  • American Elasmobranch Society. June 2000. Student workshop on how to get a job in academia. 16th annual meeting, La Paz. Mexico.
  • American Society of Ichthyologist and Herpetologist. June 1996. Workshop on the role of scientists in conservation. 76th annual meeting, New Orleans.
  • Center for Marine Conservation. April 1995. Workshop on the state of 'Shark Conservation in the Pacific' in San Francisco.