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PERSONAL DATA

Gender male
Job title Scientist in Residence
Department Research
Institution
Oceans Research (
92 Montague S Mossel Bay 6500
Address
92 Montague st, Mossel Bay
Regions Mediterranean Sea - Western Basin
Tel +27 (0) 44 690 5799
Fax +27 (0) 44 690 5799
Email
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Website http://www.oceans-research.com, http://www.ryan-johnson.org
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PROFESSIONAL DATA

Degree M.Sc, Ph.D Candidate
Job type Research
Research Area(s) Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology , Biological Oceanography, Marine Ecology
Research Region 70, 71
Working languages English
Skills/Expertise Marine predator behaviour, acoustic and satellite telemetry, human - animal conflict and co existance, Population ecology
PUBLICATIONS (as reported by Mr Ryan JOHNSON)

Ken Findlay, Michael Meyer, Simon Elwen, Deon Kotze, Ryan Johnson, Pieter Truter, Celestino Uamusse, Samuel Sitoe, Chris Wilke, Sven Kerwath, Stefan Swanson, Linda Staverees and Jan Van der Westhuizen(2011) - DISTRIBUTION AND ABUNDANCE OF HUMPBACK WHALES, MEGAPTERA NOVAEANGLIAE, OFF THE COAST OF MOZAMBIQUE, 2003. J. CETACEAN RES. MANAGE. (SPECIAL ISSUE) 3, 163?174
Oliver J. D. Jewell, Michelle A. Wcisel, Enrico Gennari, Alison V. Towner, Martha´n N. Bester, Ryan L. Johnson, Sarika Singh (2011) - EFFECTS OF SMART POSITION ONLY (SPOT) TAG DEPLOYMENT ON WHITE SHARKS CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS IN SOUTH AFRICA. 6(11) E27242.
Matthias Vignon, Pierre Sasal, Ryan L. Johnson and Renéé Galzin (in press) 2009 - IMPACT OF SHARK-FEEDING TOURISM ON SURROUNDING FISH POPULATIONS OFF MOOREA ISLAND (FRENCH POLYNESIA). JOURNAL OF MARINE FRESHWATER RESEARCH.
Gubili, C., Johnson, R., Gennari, E., Oosthuizen, w.H., Kotze, P.G.H., Meÿer, M.A., Sims, D.W., Jones, C.S. & Noble, L.R. (2009) - CONCORDANCE OF GENETIC AND FIN PHOTO IDENTIFICATION IN THE GREAT WHITE SHARK, CARCHARODON CARCHARIAS, OF MOSSEL BAY, SOUTH AFRICA. MARINE BIOLOGY PUBLISHED ON-LINE FIRST.
R. Johnson, T. Keswick, M.N. Bester and W.H. Oosthuizen (2008) Encounters between white sharks and Cape fur seals in a shallow channel. Journal of the Marine Biological Association - Biodiversity Records, Published on-line
Kock A., Johnson, R.L., Bester M.N., Compagno L., Cliff G., Dudley S., Gennari E., Griffiths C.L., Kotze D., Laroche K., Meyer M.A., Oosthuizen W.H. and Swanson, S. (2006). White shark abundance: not a causative factor in numbers of shark bite incidents. In: Nel D.C. & Peschak T.P. (eds.): Finding a balance: white shark conservation and recreational safety in the inshore waters of Cape Town, South Africa - proceedings of a specialist workshop. WWF South Africa Report Series - 2006/Marine/001: 1-19.
Johnson, R., Kock A., Bester M.N., Compagno L., Dudley S., Griffiths C.L.,Keswick T., Kotze P.G.H., Laroche K., Meyër M.A., Oosthuizen W.H., Swanson, S. and Jacobs L. (2006). South Africa?s White shark cage-diving industry ? is there cause for concern? In: Nel D.C. & Peschak T.P. (eds.): Finding a balance: white shark conservation and recreational safety in the inshore waters of Cape Town, South Africa - proceedings of a specialist workshop. WWF South Africa Report Series ? 2006/Marine/001: 40-59.
Johnson, R.L., Venter A., Bester M.N. and Oosthuizen W.H. (2006). Seabird predation by white shark, Carcharodon carcharias, and Cape fur seal,Arctocephalus pusillus pusillus, at Dyer Island. South African Journal of Wildlife Research 36(1): 23-32.
Oelofse, G., Kock, A, Johnson, R. & Haskins, C. (2006) Is there a relationship between white shark presence and the management of city estuaries and river mouths?. In Nel D.C. & Peschak T.P.(eds) Finding a balance: white shark conservation and recreational safety in the inshore waters of Cape town, South Africa: proceedings of a specialist workshop.WWF South Africa Report Series ? 2006/Marine/001.
Bonfil R., Meyer M.A., Scholl M.C., Johnson, R.L., O'Brian S., Oosthuizen W.H., Swanson, S, Kotze D. and Patterson M. (2005). Transoceanic migration, long-distance return migration and local movement patterns in the great white shark. Science 301:100-103. +Online supplementary material.
Ryan Johnson, Marthán N. Bester, Sheldon F.J. Dudley3 ? W. Herman Oosthuizen4 ? Michael Meÿer4 ? Lisa Hancke5 ? Enrico Gennari 1 (In press) Coastal swimming patterns of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias) at Mossel Bay, South Africa, Environmental Biology of Fish.


Created: 2009-04-02 Last Updated: 2013-04-10 by Ryan JOHNSON