Associate Professor Charlie Huveneers

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20052020

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Research Biography

He started his PhD at Macquarie University in 2003 on the biology and ecology of wobbegong sharks in relation to the commercial fishery in NSW. In 2007, he started running the Australian Acoustic Tagging and Monitoring System (AATAMS) part of the Integrated Marine Observing System program (IMOS) during which he deployed acoustic receivers around Australia and created a national network of acoustic telemetry users. He joined MISA through a joint position between SARDI - Aquatic Sciences and Flinders University where he acted as shark ecologist and Lecturer between 2009 and 2014. Since 2014, he has been at Flinders University full-time.

Over the years, A/Prof Huveners has worked on a wide range of species including wobbegongs, Port Jackson sharks, grey reef sharks, bronze whalers, dusky sharks, blacktip reef sharks, nervous sharks, smooth rays, fiddler rays, manta rays, and white sharks.

Research Interests

  • Biology and Ecology of Chondrichthyes (sharks, rays, and chimaeras)
  • Shark conservation
  • Fisheries science
  • Acoustic telemetry
  • Behavioural ecology

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Research Output

Correction to: Effects of reward magnitude and training frequency on the learning rates and memory retention of the Port Jackson shark Heterodontus portusjacksoni

Heinrich, D. D. U., Vila Pouca, C., Brown, C. & Huveneers, C., 1 Sep 2020, In : Animal Cognition. 23, 5, p. 951-952 2 p.

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  • Effects of reward magnitude and training frequency on the learning rates and memory retention of the Port Jackson shark Heterodontus portusjacksoni

    Heinrich, D. D. U., Vila Pouca, C., Brown, C. & Huveneers, C., Sep 2020, In : Animal Cognition. 23, p. 939-949 11 p.

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  • Evidence of diverse movement strategies and habitat use by white sharks, Carcharodon carcharias, off southern Australia

    Bradford, R., Patterson, T. A., Rogers, P. J., McAuley, R., Mountford, S., Huveneers, C., Robbins, R., Fox, A. & Bruce, B. D., 1 Jul 2020, In : Marine Biology. 167, 12 p., 96.

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    Heterospecific foraging associations between reef-associated sharks: first evidence of kleptoparasitism in sharks

    Labourgade, P., Ballesta, L., Huveneers, C., Papastamatiou, Y. & Mourier, J., 10 Jun 2020, In : Ecology. 4 p., e03117.

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    High levels of site fidelity in movement patterns of Southern Rock Lobster (Jasus edwardsii) in Victoria, Australia

    Skeer, A., Linnane, A., Reilly, D. & Huveneers, C., 2 Apr 2020, In : New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research. 54, 2, p. 189-199 11 p.

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