MigraMar

Noticias & Recursos

Publicaciones

2018
• Peñaherrera-Palma C., Arauz R., Bessudo S., Bravo-Ormaza E., Chassot O., Chinacalle-Martínez N., Espinoza E., Forsberg K., García-Rada E., Guzmán H., Hoyos M., Hucke R., Ketchum J., Klimley A.P., López-Macías J., Papastamatiou Y., Rubin R., Shillinger G., Soler G., Steiner T., Vallejo F., Zanella I., Zárate P., Zevallos-Rosado J. y A. Hearn. 2018. Justificación biológica para la creación de la MigraVía Coco-Galápagos. Portoviejo, Manabi, Ecuador: MigraMar / Pontificia Universidad Católica del Ecuador.
Guzman H., Gómez C., Hearn A., Eckert S.A. 2018. Longest recorded trans-ºacific migration of a whale sharl (Rhincodon typus). Marine Biodiversity Records 11:8.
Peñaherrera-Palma C., van Putten I., Karpievitch Y.V., Frusher S., Llerena-Martillo Y., Hearn A.R., Semmens J.M. 2018. Evaluating abundance trends of iconic species using local ecological knowledge. Biological Conservation 225, 197-207.

2017
Arauz R., S. Bessudo, E. Espinoza, H. Guzman, J. Ketchum, C. Peñaherrera, G. Shillinger, G. Soler, T. Steiner, F. Vallejo, I. Zanella, O. Chassot. 2017. MigraMar. Science for the conservation of migratory marine species in the Eastern Pacific. Olema, CA, USA: MigraMar.
Guzman H., J.J. Capella. 2017. Short-term recovery of Humpback whales after percutaneous satellite tagging. The Journal of Wildlife Management 81(4), 728-733.
Hearn A.R., S.K. Bucaram. 2017. Ecuador’s sharks face threats from within. Science 358 (6366), 1009.
• Hoyos-Padilla E. M. 2017. El gran tiburón blanco: protector de los océanos. Publicación Especial No. 3, Alianza WWF Fundación Telmex Telcel. 120 pp.
Klimley A.P., M. Flagg, N. Hammerschlag, A.R. Hearn. 2017. The value of using measurements of geomagnetic field in addition to irradiance and sea surface temperature to estimate geolocations of tagged aquatic animals. Animal Biotelemetry 5(19).
Peñaherrera C., E. Espinosa, A.R. Hearn, J. Ketchum, J.M. Semmens, P. Klimley. 2017. Reporte del estado poblacional de los tiburones martillo en la Reserva Marina de Galápagos. 127-131. In: Informe Galápagos 2015-2016. DPNG, CGREG, FCD y GC. Puerto Ayora, Galápagos, Ecuador.
Ryan J.P., J.R. Green, E. Espinoza, A.R. Hearn. 2017. Association of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) with thermo-biological frontal systems of the eastern tropical Pacific. PLoS ONE 12(8).

2016
Hearn A., J. Green, M.H. Roman, D. Acuña-Marrero, E. Espinoza, A.P. Klimley. 2016. Adult female whale sharks make long distance movements past Darwin Island (Galapagos, Ecuador) in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. Marine Biology 163: 213–224.
Nasar J., J. Ketchum, C. Peñaherrera, R. Arauz, S. Bessudo, E. Espinoza, G. Soler, G. Shillinger, F. Vallejo, I. Zanella, J. Green, H. Guzman, M. Hoyos, S. Henderson, A.P. Klimley, T. Steiner, A. Hearn. 2016. Tracking Sharks and Marine Wildlife among UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. UNESCO World Heritage Papers 45:57–65.

2015
Klimley A.P. 2015. Shark Trails of the Eastern Pacific. American Scientist 103, 276-283.
Willis-Norton N., Hazen E.L., Fossette S., Shillinger G., Rykaczewski R.R., Foley D.G., Dunne J.P., Bograd S.J. 2015. Climate change impacts on leatherback turtle pelagic habitat in the Southeast Pacific. Deep-Sea Research II, 113, 260-267.

2014
Acuña-Marrero D., J. Jimenez, F. Smith, P.F. Doherty Jr, A. Hearn, J.R. Green, J. Paredes-Jarrin, P. Salinas. 2014. Whale shark (Rhincodon typus) seasonal presence, residence time, and habitat use at Darwin Island, Galapagos Marine Reserve. PLOS One 9(12): e115946.
Hearn A., D. Acuña, J.T. 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. New York: Springer Press, pp 23-59.
Ketchum J.T., A. Hearn, A.P. Klimley, E. Espinoza, C. Peñaherrera, J. Largier. 2014. Seasonal changes in movements and habitat preferences of the scalloped hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini) while refuging near an oceanic island. Marine Biology doi: 10.1007/s00227-013-2375-5.
Ketchum J.T., A. Hearn, A.P. Klimley, C. Peñaherrera, E. Espinoza, S. Bessudo, G. Soler, R. Arauz. 2014. Interisland movements of scalloped hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna lewini) and seasonal connectivity in a marine protected area in the eastern tropical Pacific. Marine Biology doi: 10.1007/s00227-014-2393-y.

2013
• Acuña-Marrero D., J. Zimmerhackel, J. Mayora, A. Hearn. 2013. First record of three shark species, Odontaspis ferox, Mustelus albipinnis and Centrophorus squamosus, from the Galapagos Islands. Marine Biodiversity Records 6: e87 doi:10.1017/S1755267213000596.
Hearn A.R., J.R. Green, E. Espinoza, C. Peñaherrera, D. Acuña, A.P. Klimley. 2013. Simple criteria to determine detachment point of towed satellite tags provide first evidence of return migrations of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) at the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador. Journal of Animal Biotelemetry 1:11.
• Thys T., J. Whitney, A. Hearn, K. Weng, C. Peñaherrera, L. Jawad, J. Alfaro-Shigueto, J.C. Mange, S.A. Karl. 2013. First record of the southern ocean sunfish Mola ramsayi, in the Galapagos Marine Reserve. Marine Biodiversity Records 6: e70 doi:10.1017/S1755267213000377.

2012
Penaherrera C., A. Hearn, A. Kuhn. 2012. Diel use of a saltwater creek by white-tip reef sharks Triaenodon obesus (Carcharhiniformes, Carcharhinidae) in Academy Bay, Galapagos Islands. Revista de Biologia Tropical 60 (2): 735–743.

2011
• Bessudo S, G Soler, P Klimley, J Ketchum, A Arauz, A Hearn (2011). Residency of the scalloped hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini) at Malpelo Island and evidence of migration to other islands in the Eastern Tropical Pacific. Environmental Biology of Fishes 91 (2): 165-176.
Bessudo S., G. Soler, P. Klimley, J. Ketchum, A. Arauz, A. Hearn, A. Guzman, B. Calmettes. 2011. Vertical and horizontal movements of the scalloped hammerhead shark (Sphyrna lewini) around Malpelo and Cocos Islands (Tropical Eastern Pacific) using satellite telemetry. Boletín de Investigaciones Marinas y Costeras,  Special supplement: Malpelo 40: 91–106.
• Nance H.A., Klimley P., Galván-Magaña F., Martínez-Ortíz J., Marko P.B. 2011. Demographic processes underlying subtle patterns of population structure in the Scalloped hammerhead shark, Sphyrna lewini. PLoS ONE 6(7).
• Shillinger G., E. Di Lorenzo, H. Luo, S.J. Bograd, E.L. Hazen, H. Bailey, J. Spotila. 2012. On the dispersal of leatherback turtle hatchlings from Mesoamerican nestling beaches. Proceedings of the Royal Society B, 279, 2391-2395.

2010
Hearn A., J. Ketchum, A.P. Klimley, E. Espinoza, C. Peñaherrera. 2010. Hotspots within hotspots? Hammerhead shark movements around Wolf Island, Galapagos Marine Reserve. Marine Biology 157 (9): 1899-1915.
• Hearn A., E. Utreras, S. Henderson (eds.) 2010. Informe sobre el estado de los tiburones del Pacífico Este Tropical, Vol. 1. Quito, Ecuador: Conservación Internacional.
• Peñaherrera C., J. Ketchum, E. Espinoza, A. Hearn, A.P. Klimley. 2010. Tiburones martillos de Galapagos: una mirada a su comportamiento y patron migratorio. In: Galapagos Report 2009-10. Charles Darwin Foundation-Galapagos National Park Service, pp. 64-69 (also available in English).

2009
• Hearn A. 2009. Shark Migrations – Discovering the Golden Triangle. In: T. de Roy (ed.), Galapagos – Preserving Darwin’s Legacy. New Zealand: Bateman Press, pp. 90-97.

2008
Zárate P., A. Hearn. 2008. Estado de conservación de los tiburones en Nicaragua, Costa Rica, Panama, Colombia y Ecuador. Santa Cruz, Galápagos, Ecuador: Charles Darwin Foundation.