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Hearn A, E Espinoza, J Ketchum et al. Ten years of tracking – shark movements highlight the ecological importance of Darwin and Wolf. Galapagos Report 2016, Galapagos Conservancy and Dirección Parque Nacional Galapagos (in press).

Hearn I & A Hearn (2014) Sharks. Graded Readers. Pearson-Longman UK. Extensive Reading Foundation 2014 Finalist for Adolescent & Adult Elementery Category

Hearn A, D Acuña, JT Ketchum, C Peñaherrera, J Green, A Marshall, M Guerrero (2014) – Elasmobranchs of the Galapagos Marine Reserve. In: J Denkinger & L Vinueza (eds) The Galapagos Marine Reserve – A dynamic social-ecological system. Springer Press. Pp 23-59.

Hearn A (2009) Shark movement patterns. In: P Oxford & G Watkins. Galapagos, both sides of the coin. Pp 46-47

Hearn A (2009, updated 2016) Shark Migrations – Discovering the Golden Triangle. In: T. De Roy (ed.) Galapagos – Preserving Darwin’s Legacy. Bateman Press Pp 90-97.