Subject: Research Article | Biology and Life Sciences | Coastal Ecology | Earth Sciences | Marine Environments | Ecology and Environmental Sciences | Medicine | Marine Ecology | Fisheries Science | Marine Biology | Q | Ecology | Marine and Aquatic Sciences | R | Science | Marine Conservation | Aquatic Environments
Understanding how animals alter habitat use in response to changing abiotic conditions is important for effective conservation management. For bull sharks (Carcharhinus leucas), habitat use has been widely examined in the eastern and western Gulf of Mexico; however, kno... View more
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