Evaluation of the physiological status of neonatal reef sharks under stress

Dataset and code for analyses presented in 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 stress. Conservation Physiology, 6, coy053. See 'metadata' text file for descriptions of individual .csv files and descriptions of column headings.

Ethical approval to collect data presented herein was received from the James Cook University Animal Ethics Committee (A2089). Permission to collect, possess, and transport sharks and shark tissues was obtained from the French Polynesia Ministere de l'Environnement (Arrete 9524).

This dataset contributes to a thesis by Ian Bouyoucos to be submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from James Cook University and Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.

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    Data record related to this publication Evaluation of the physiological status of neonatal reef sharks under stress
    Data Publication title Evaluation of the physiological status of neonatal reef sharks under stress
  • Description

    Dataset and code for analyses presented in 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 stress. Conservation Physiology, 6, coy053. See 'metadata' text file for descriptions of individual .csv files and descriptions of column headings.

    Ethical approval to collect data presented herein was received from the James Cook University Animal Ethics Committee (A2089). Permission to collect, possess, and transport sharks and shark tissues was obtained from the French Polynesia Ministere de l'Environnement (Arrete 9524).

    This dataset contributes to a thesis by Ian Bouyoucos to be submitted for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy from James Cook University and Ecole Pratique des Hautes Etudes.

  • Other Descriptors
  • Data type dataset
  • Keywords
    • bycatch
    • marine protected areas
    • oxygen uptake rates
    • physiological stress response
    • shark nursery areas
    • temperature
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  • Research grant(s)/Scheme name(s)
  • Research themes
    Tropical Ecosystems, Conservation and Climate Change
    FoR Codes (*)
    • 060604 - Comparative Physiology
    SEO Codes
    • 970106 - Expanding Knowledge in the Biological Sciences
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    Temporal (time) coverage
  • Start Date 2016/10/04
  • End Date 2017/01/03
  • Time Period
    Spatial (location) coverage
  • Locations
    • Centre de Recherches Insulaires et Observatoire de l'Environnement, Moorea, French Polynesia
    Data Locations

    Type Location Notes
    Attachment bouyoucos_et_al_blood_cm.csv Blood physiology data for Carcharhinus melanopterus. See 'bouyoucos_et_al_metadata.csv' for a description of column headings.
    Attachment bouyoucos_et_al_blood_na.csv Blood physiology data for Negaprion acutidens. See 'bouyoucos_et_al_metadata.txt' for a description of column headings.
    Attachment bouyoucos_et_al_code.txt R code for analysis of .csv files included in this dataset.
    Attachment bouyoucos_et_al_epoc_cm.csv Post-exercise oxygen uptake and recovery data for Carcharhinus melanopterus. See 'bouyoucos_et_al_metadata.txt' for a description of column headings.
    Attachment bouyoucos_et_al_metadata.txt Descriptions of column headings in .csv files in this dataset.
    Attachment bouyoucos_et_al_mo2_cm.csv Minimum oxygen uptake rate data for Carcharhinus melanopterus. See 'bouyoucos_et_al_metadata.txt' for a description of column headings.
    The Data Manager is: IAN BOUYOUCOS
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    Access conditions Open: free access under license
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  • Data record size 6 files:13.6 KB
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      Name Bouyoucos, Ian A., Weideli, Ornella C., Planes, Serge, Simpfendorfer, Colin A., and Rummer, Jodie L. (2018) Dead tired: evaluating the physiological status and survival of neonatal reef sharks under stress. Conservation Physiology, 6 (1). coy053.
    • URL https://doi.org/10.1093/conphys/coy053
    • Notes Open Access
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    Citation BOUYOUCOS, IAN (2019): Evaluation of the physiological status of neonatal reef sharks under stress. James Cook University. https://doi.org/10.25903/5dfc22d73d4c4