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Apex Predator Publications and Reports – Tiger Shark

June 05, 2020

Publications and reports that include information on the tiger shark.

Aines, AC, JK Carlson, A Boustany, A Mathers, and NE Kohler. 2018. Feeding habits of the tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier, in the northwest Atlantic Ocean and Gulf of Mexico. Environmental Biology of Fishes 101:403-415.


Casey, JG and JM Hoenig. 1977. Apex predators in deepwater dumpsite 106. Pages 309-376 in: NOAA Dumpsite Evaluation Report 77-1, Baseline Report of environmental conditions in Deepwater Dumpsite 106. Washington, DC.


Hoey, JJ, A Aires-da-Silva, PA Turner, T Syc, and NE Kohler. 2005. A review of exploratory longline surveys and biological sampling of sharks from the Sandy Hook, NJ and Narragansett, RI labs: 1961-1991. SEDAR11-DW23. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 17 pp.


Kneebone, J, LJ Natanson, AH Andrews, and WH Howell. 2008. Validated age and growth estimates for the tiger shark, Galeocerdo cuvier, in the western North Atlantic using bomb radiocarbon analyses. Marine Biology 154(3):423-434.


Kohler, NE, JG Casey, and PA Turner. 1996. An analysis of length-length and length-weight relationships for 13 species of sharks from the western North Atlantic. NOAA Technical Memorandum, NMFS-NE-110. 22 pp. 


Kohler, NE, JG Casey and PA Turner. 1995. Length-weight relationships for 13 species of sharks from the western North Atlantic. Fishery Bulletin 93:412-418.


Kohler, NE, JG Casey, and PA Turner. 1998. NMFS Cooperative Shark Tagging Program, 1962-93: An atlas of shark tag and recapture data. Marine Fisheries Review 60(2), 87 pp.


Kohler, NE and PA Turner. 2019. Distributions and movements of Atlantic shark species: A 52-year retrospective atlas of mark and recapture data. Marine Fisheries Review 81(2), 93 pp.


McCandless, CT, NE Kohler, and HL Pratt, Jr., editors. 2007. Shark nursery grounds of the Gulf of Mexico and the east coast waters of the United States.  American Fisheries Society, Symposium 50, Bethesda, Maryland, 390 pp.


Natanson, LJ. 2005. Catch rate information obtained from the NMFS Northeast Longline Survey. SEDAR11-DW33. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 9 pp.


Natanson, LJ, JG Casey, NE Kohler and TC Colket, IV. 1999. Age and growth of the tiger shark (Galeocerdo cuvier) in the western North Atlantic with tetracycline analysis and a note on the effects of tagging on growth. Fishery Bulletin 97:944-953.


Schulze-Haugen, M, T Corey, and NE Kohler. 2003. Guide to sharks, tunas, and billfishes of the U.S. Atlantic and Gulf of Mexico. RI Sea Grant/NMFS, 118 pp.


Schwartz, FJ, CT McCandless, and JJ Hoey. 2007. Trends in relative abundance for shark species caught during a UNC longline survey conducted between 1972 and 2005 in Onslow Bay, NC. SEDAR13-DW34. SEDAR, North Charleston, SC. 79 pp.


Last updated by Northeast Fisheries Science Center on 05/07/2024