William White
William White
CSIRO Marine & Atmospheric Research
Verified email at csiro.au
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Extinction risk and conservation of the world’s sharks and rays
NK Dulvy, SL Fowler, JA Musick, RD Cavanagh, PM Kyne, LR Harrison, ...
elife 3, e00590, 2014
13692014
Long‐term shifts in abundance and distribution of a temperate fish fauna: a response to climate change and fishing practices
PR Last, WT White, DC Gledhill, AJ Hobday, R Brown, GJ Edgar, G Pecl
Global Ecology and Biogeography 20 (1), 58-72, 2011
4692011
A DNA sequence–based approach to the identification of shark and ray species and its implications for global elasmobranch diversity and parasitology
GJP Naylor, JN Caira, K Jensen, KAM Rosana, WT White, PR Last
Bulletin of the American Museum of Natural History 2012 (367), 1-262, 2012
4142012
Rays of the World
P Last, G Naylor, B SÚret, W White, M de Carvalho, M Stehmann
CSIRO publishing, 2016
3652016
DNA barcoding Australasian chondrichthyans: results and potential uses in conservation
RD Ward, BH Holmes, WT White, PR Last
Marine and Freshwater Research 59 (1), 57-71, 2008
3232008
The importance of research and public opinion to conservation management of sharks and rays: a synthesis
CA Simpfendorfer, MR Heupel, WT White, NK Dulvy
Marine and Freshwater Research 62 (6), 518-527, 2011
2632011
Specimen collection: An essential tool
LA Rocha, A Aleixo, G Allen, F Almeda, CC Baldwin, MVL Barclay, ...
Science 344 (6186), 814-815, 2014
2252014
Comparisons between the diets of four abundant species of elasmobranchs in a subtropical embayment: implications for resource partitioning
WT White, ME Platell, IC Potter
Marine Biology 144 (3), 439-448, 2004
1592004
Economically important sharks and rays of Indonesia
WT White, PR Last, JD Stevens, GK Yearsly
1552006
Data on the bycatch fishery and reproductive biology of mobulid rays (Myliobatiformes) in Indonesia
WT White, J Giles, IC Potter
Fisheries Research 82 (1-3), 65-73, 2006
1512006
Elasmobranchs in southern Indonesian fisheries: the fisheries, the status of the stocks and management options
SJM Blaber, CM Dichmont, W White, R Buckworth, L Sadiyah, B Iskandar, ...
Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 19 (3), 367-391, 2009
1352009
Species and size compositions and reproductive biology of rays (Chondrichthyes, Batoidea) caught in target and non‐target fisheries in eastern Indonesia
WT White, Dharmadi
Journal of Fish Biology 70 (6), 1809-1837, 2007
1332007
Conference on Lasers and Electro-Optics
D Kopf, KJ Weingarten, LR Brovelli, M Kamp, U Keller
1995 OSA Technical Digest Series 15, CWM2, 1995
132*1995
Resurrection and redescription of Squalus suckleyi (Girard, 1854) from the North Pacific, with comments on the Squalus acanthias subgroup (Squaliformes: Squalidae)
DA Ebert, WT White, KJ Goldman, LJV Compagno, TS Daly-Engel, ...
Zootaxa 2612 (1), 22-40, 2010
1312010
Vulnerabilities and fisheries impacts: the uncertain future of manta and devil rays
DA Croll, H Dewar, NK Dulvy, D Fernando, MP Francis, ...
Aquatic conservation: marine and freshwater ecosystems 26 (3), 562-575, 2016
1142016
Habitat partitioning among four elasmobranch species in nearshore, shallow waters of a subtropical embayment in Western Australia
WT White, IC Potter
Marine Biology 145 (5), 1023-1032, 2004
1132004
Phylogeny of the manta and devilrays (Chondrichthyes: Mobulidae), with an updated taxonomic arrangement for the family
WT White, S Corrigan, LEI Yang, AC Henderson, AL Bazinet, DL Swofford, ...
Zoological Journal of the Linnean Society 182 (1), 50-75, 2018
1032018
The status of chondrichthyan conservation in the Indo‐Australasian region
WT White, PM Kyne
Journal of fish biology 76 (9), 2090-2117, 2010
1022010
Relationship between reproductive biology and age composition and growth in Urolophus lobatus (Batoidea: Urolophidae)
WT White, ME Platell, IC Potter
Marine Biology 138 (1), 135-147, 2001
1002001
Fahmi and Dharmadi. 2006
WT White, PR Last, JD Stevens, GK Yearsley
Economically important sharks and rays of Indonesia, 0
95
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