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Theme B - Supporting management decision making (2015-2017)
Theme C - Understanding pressures on the marine environment (2015-2017)
Theme D - Biophysical, economic and social assessments
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Theme EP - Responding to emerging priorities
Theme SS - Synthesis studies
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Marine Biodiversity Hub publications by: Bravington, Mark
M. Bravington; P. Feutry; R.D. Pillans; R. Hillary; G. Johnson; T.M. Saunders; R.M. Gunasekera; N. Bax; P.M. Kyne.
Close-Kin Mark-Recapture population size estimate of Glyphis garricki in the Northern Territory
B. Bruce; R. Bradford; M. Bravington; P. Feutry; P. Grewe; R. Gunasekera; D. Harasti; R.M. Hillary; T. Patterson.
A national assessment of the status of white sharks
R.M. Hillary; M. Bravington; T.A. Patterson; P. Grewe; R. Bradford; P. Feutry; R. Gunasekera; V. Peddemors; J. Werry; M.P. Francis; C.A.J. Duffy; B. Bruce.
Genetic relatedness reveals total population size of white sharks in eastern Australia and New Zealand
R. Bradford; R. Thomson; M. Bravington; D. Foote; R.M. Gunasekera; B. Bruce; D. Harasti; N. Otway; P. Feutry.
A close-kin mark-recapture estimate of the population size and trend of east coast grey nurse shark
M. Bravington; H.J. Skaug; E.C. Anderson.
P. Feutry; O. Berry; P.M. Kyne; R.D. Pillans; R.M. Hillary; P.M. Grewe; J.R. Marthick; G. Johnson; R.M. Gunasekera; N. Bax; M. Bravington.
Inferring contemporary and historical genetic connectivity from juveniles