Peer-Reviewed Publications

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8. Bouyoucos, I.A., Weideli, O.C., Planes, S., Simpfendorfer, C.A., & Rummer, J.L. (2018). Dead tired: evaluating the physiological status and survival of neonatal reef sharks under stressConservation Physiology, 6, coy053; doi:10.1093/conphys/coy053

7. Bouyoucos, I.A., Suski, C.D., Mandelman, J.W., & Brooks, E.J. (2018). In situ swimming behaviors and oxygen consumption rates of juvenile lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris)Environmental Biology of Fishes101, 761-773.

6. Hasler, C.T., Bouyoucos, I.A., & Suski, C.D. (2017). Tolerance to hypercarbia is repeatable and related to a component of the metabolic phenotype in a freshwater fishPhysiological and Biochemical Zoology, 90, 583-587.

5. Bouyoucos, I.A., Suski, C.D., Mandelman, J.W., & Brooks, E.J. (2017). Effect of weight and frontal area of external telemetry packages on the kinematics, activity levels, and swimming performance of small-bodied sharksJournal of Fish Biology, 90, 2097-2110.

4. Talwar, B., Bouyoucos, I.A., Shipley, O., Rummer, J.L., Mandelman, J.W., Brooks, E.J., & Grubbs, R.D. (2017). Validation of a portable, waterproof blood pH analyzer for elasmobranchsConservation Physiology, 5, cox012; doi:10.1093/conphys/cox012

3. Bouyoucos, I.A., Suski, C.D., Mandelman, J.W., & Brooks, E.J. (2017). The energetic, physiological, and behavioral response of lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) to simulated longline captureComparative Biochemistry and Physiology Part A207, 65-72.

2. Bouyoucos, I.A., Montgomery, D.W., Brownscombe, J.W., Cooke, S.J., Suski, C.D., Mandelman, J.W., & Brooks, E.J. (2017). Swimming speeds and metabolic rates of semi-captive juvenile lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris, Poey) estimated using acceleration biologgersJournal of Experimental Marine Biology and Ecology, 486, 245-254.

1. Bouyoucos, I., Bushnell, P., & Brill, R. (2014). Potential for electropositive metal to reduce interactions of Atlantic sturgeon with fishing gearConservation Biology, 28, 278-282.