Ecology, Fishery, Natal homing, Philopatry and Zoology are his primary areas of study. His Ecology study frequently links to related topics such as Data science. He performs integrative study on Fishery and Geography.
His Natal homing research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Negaprion brevirostris and Nursery habitat. His Philopatry research integrates issues from Range, Endangered species, Mesopelagic zone, Sea surface temperature and Carcharhinus longimanus. His Zoology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Hammerhead shark and Threatened species.
His main research concerns Ecology, Fishery, Geography, Zoology and Carcharhinus. His work deals with themes such as Philopatry, Conservation genetics and Genetic diversity, which intersect with Ecology. Fishery is closely attributed to Oceanography in his study.
In the subject of general Zoology, his work in Mating system is often linked to Parthenogenesis and Vertebrate, thereby combining diverse domains of study. The various areas that he examines in his Carcharhinus study include Range, Reef shark, Chondrichthyes, Microsatellite and Prionace glauca. In his study, Genetic variation is strongly linked to Sphyrna, which falls under the umbrella field of Chondrichthyes.
Demian D. Chapman mostly deals with Fishery, Geography, Fin, Carcharhinus and Reef. His research in Fishery is mostly concerned with Fishing. The Reef study combines topics in areas such as Bonnethead, Fisheries management and Library science.
His biological study deals with issues like CITES, which deal with fields such as Threatened species and Overexploitation. The concepts of his Marine protected area study are interwoven with issues in Reef shark and Marine reserve. To a larger extent, he studies Ecology with the aim of understanding Environmental DNA.
Demian D. Chapman focuses on Fishery, Geography, Marine protected area, Coding and Sphyrna lewini. His research in Fishery is mostly focused on Fishing. His Fishing study combines topics in areas such as International waters and Marine biology.
His research in Marine protected area intersects with topics in Reef, Reef shark, Marine reserve and Library science. His Reef shark research includes elements of Trophic cascade, Carcharhinus melanopterus, Carcharhinus and Stingray. His Marine reserve research incorporates elements of Coral reef, Marine habitats and Predation, Apex predator.
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Global catches, exploitation rates, and rebuilding options for sharks
Boris Worm;Brendal Davis;Lisa Kettemer;Christine A. Ward-Paige.
Marine Policy (2013)
There and Back Again: A Review of Residency and Return Migrations in Sharks, with Implications for Population Structure and Management
Demian D. Chapman;Kevin A. Feldheim;Yannis P. Papastamatiou;Robert E. Hueter.
Annual Review of Marine Science (2015)
Reef sharks exhibit site-fidelity and higher relative abundance in marine reserves on the Mesoamerican Barrier Reef.
Mark E. Bond;Elizabeth A. Babcock;Ellen K. Pikitch;Debra L. Abercrombie.
PLOS ONE (2012)
Stable isotopes and elasmobranchs: tissue types, methods, applications and assumptions
N. E. Hussey;M. A. MacNeil;J. A. Olin;B. C. McMeans.
Journal of Fish Biology (2012)
Marine reserve design and evaluation using automated acoustic telemetry: A case-study involving coral reef-associated sharks in the mesoamerican Caribbean
Demian D. Chapman;Ellen K. Pikitch;Elizabeth Babcock;Mahmood S. Shivji.
Marine Technology Society Journal (2005)
Movement patterns of young Caribbean reef sharks, Carcharhinus perezi, at Fernando de Noronha Archipelago, Brazil: the potential of marine protected areas for conservation of a nursery ground
Ricardo C. Garla;Demian D. Chapman;Bradley M. Wetherbee;Mahmood S. Shivji.
Marine Biology (2006)
A streamlined, bi-organelle, multiplex PCR approach to species identification: Application to global conservation and trade monitoring of the great white shark,Carcharodon carcharias
Demian D. Chapman;Debra L. Abercrombie;Christophe J. Douady;Ellen K. Pikitch.
Conservation Genetics (2003)
Virgin birth in a hammerhead shark.
Demian D Chapman;Mahmood S Shivji;Ed Louis;Julie Sommer.
Biology Letters (2007)
Two decades of genetic profiling yields first evidence of natal philopatry and long‐term fidelity to parturition sites in sharks
Kevin Andrew Feldheim;Samuel H. Gruber;Joseph DiBattista;Elizabeth A. Babcock.
Molecular Ecology (2014)
Long‐term natal site‐fidelity by immature lemon sharks (Negaprion brevirostris) at a subtropical island
Demian D. Chapman;Elizabeth A. Babcock;Samuel H. Gruber;Joseph D. Dibattista.
Molecular Ecology (2009)
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