Jonathan J. Smart
Also publishes as (J.J. Smart, Jonathon J. Smart)
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Harry, Alastair V., Saunders, Richard J., Smart, Jonathan J., Yates, Peter M., Simpfendorfer, Colin A., and Tobin, Andrew J. (2016) Assessment of a data-limited, multi-species shark fishery in the Great Barrier Reef Marine Park and south-east Queensland. Fisheries Research, 177. pp. 104-115.
Smart, Jonathan J., Chin, Andrew, Baje, Leontine, Green, Madeline E., Appleyard, Sharon A., Tobin, Andrew J., Simpfendorfer, Colin A., and White, William T. (2016) Effects of including misidentified sharks in life history analyses: a case study on the grey reef shark Carcharhinus amblyrhynchos from Papua New Guinea. PLoS ONE, 11 (4). pp. 1-18.
Rigby, C.L., White, W.T., Smart, J.J., and Simpfendorfer, C.A. (2016) Life histories of two deep-water Australian endemic elasmobranchs: Argus skate Dipturus polyommata and eastern spotted gummy shark Mustelus walkeri. Journal of Fish Biology, 88 (3). pp. 1149-1174.
Smart, Jonathan J., Chin, Andrew, Tobin, Andrew J., and Simpfendorfer, Colin A. (2016) Multimodel approaches in shark and ray growth studies: strengths, weaknesses and the future. Fish and Fisheries, 17 (4). pp. 955-971.
Smart, J.J., Chin, A., Tobin, A.J., Simpfendorfer, C.A., and White, W.T. (2015) Age and growth of the common blacktip shark Carcharhinus limbatusfrom Indonesia, incorporating an improved approach to comparing regional population growth rates. African Journal of Marine Science, 37 (2). pp. 177-188.
White, William T., Appleyard, Sharon A., Sabub, Benthly, Kyne, Peter M., Harris, Mark, Lis, Rickson, Baje, Leontine, Usu, Thomas, Smart, Jonathan J., Corrigan, Shannon, Yang, Lei, and Naylor, Gavin J.P. (2015) Rediscovery of the threatened river sharks, Glyphis garricki and G. glyphis, in Papua New Guinea. PLoS ONE, 10. pp. 1-15.
Smart, Jonathon J., Harry, Alastair V., Tobin, Andrew J., and Simpfendorfer, Colin A. (2013) Overcoming the constraints of low sample sizes to produce age and growth data for rare or threatened sharks. Aquatic Conservation, 23 (1). pp. 124-134.