Julia M. Lawson

Affiliations: 
Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia, Canada 
Area:
chondrichthyans, marine policy, fisheries, fish biology, coral reef ecology, conservation biology, seahorses
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Ebert DA, Bigman JS, Lawson JM. (2017) Biodiversity, Life History, and Conservation of Northeastern Pacific Chondrichthyans. Advances in Marine Biology. 77: 9-78
Lawson JM, Fordham SV, O'Malley MP, et al. (2017) Sympathy for the devil: a conservation strategy for devil and manta rays. Peerj. 5: e3027
Harborne AR, Selwyn JD, Lawson JM, et al. (2017) Environmental drivers of diurnal visits by transient predatory fishes to Caribbean patch reefs Journal of Fish Biology. 90: 265-282
Lawson JM. (2017) The Global Search for Seahorses in Bycatch Fisheries. 42: 34-39
Putron SJd, Lawson JM, White KQL, et al. (2017) Variation in larval properties of the Atlantic brooding coral Porites astreoides between different reef sites in Bermuda Coral Reefs. 36: 383-393
Murillo FJ, Kenchington E, Lawson JM, et al. (2016) Ancient deep-sea sponge grounds on the Flemish Cap and Grand Bank, northwest Atlantic. Marine Biology. 163: 63
Aylesworth L, Lawson JM, Laksanawimol P, et al. (2016) New records of the Japanese seahorse Hippocampus mohnikei in Southeast Asia lead to updates in range, habitat and threats. Journal of Fish Biology
Lawson JM, Foster SJ, Lim AC, et al. (2015) Novel life-history data for threatened seahorses provide insight into fishery effects. Journal of Fish Biology. 86: 1-15
Yip MY, Lim ACO, Chong VC, et al. (2015) Food and feeding habits of the seahorses Hippocampus spinosissimus and Hippocampus trimaculatus (Malaysia) Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 95: 1033-1040
Carscallen WMA, Vandenberg K, Lawson JM, et al. (2012) Estimating trophic position in marine and estuarine food webs Ecosphere. 3: 1-20
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