Pregnant giant devil ray ( Mobula mobular ) bycatch reveals potential Northern Gulf of California pupping ground
Published Version (Please cite this version)10.1002/ecy.2689
Publication InfoGaskins, Leo (2019). Pregnant giant devil ray ( Mobula mobular ) bycatch reveals potential Northern Gulf of California pupping ground. Ecology, 100(7). 10.1002/ecy.2689. Retrieved from https://hdl.handle.net/10161/19300.
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I investigate the impact of top predators on ecosystems through trophic cascade. By determining the relative impacts of top-down and bottom-up forces on ecosystem function and structure, this work will inform effective future management plans throughout coastal systems, and protect critical ecosystem services. I am a NSF Graduate Research Fellow, and graduated from Duke University in 2014 with my bachelor’s degree. My previous studies have also focused on top predators, specific