Moore DM, Flink AE, Prendergast E, & Gilbert A (2023). Personal submersibles offer novel ecological research access to Antarctic waters: an example, with observations of the rarely encountered scyphozoan Stygiomedusa gigantea. Polar Research42.8873. View Online  PDF Download

Vargas‐Fonseca OA, Yates P, Kirkman SP, Pistorius PA, Moore DM, Natoli A, Cockcroft V and Hoelzel AR (2021) Population structure associated with bioregion and seasonal prey distribution for Indo‐Pacific bottlenose dolphins (Tursiops aduncus) in South Africa. Molecular Ecology30(19), pp.4642-4659. View Online  PDF Download

Moura AE, Shreves K, Pilot M, Andrews KR, Moore DM, Kishida T, Möller L, Natoli A, Gaspari S, McGowen M, Gray H (2020) Phylogenomics of the genus Tursiops and closely related Delphininae reveals extensive reticulation among lineages and provides inference about eco-evolutionary drivers. Molecular Phylogenetics and Evolution. 146, p.106756. View Online  PDF Download

O’Neil KE, Cunningham EG, Moore DM (2019) Sudden seasonal occurrence of humpback whales Megaptera novaeangliae in the Firth of Forth, Scotland and first confirmed movement between high-latitude feeding grounds and United Kingdom waters. Marine Biodiversity Records. 12(1) pp. 1-5 View Online  PDF Download

McCarthy ID, Jones NJE, Moore DM, Berlinsky DL (2019) Determining the optimum temperature and salinity for larval culture, and describing a culture protocol for the conservation aquaculture for European smelt Osmerus eperlanus (L.). Journal of Applied Ichthyology. 36(1), pp. 113-120 View Online  PDF Download

Gridley T, Elwen SH, Harris G, Moore DM, Hoelzel AR, Lampen F (2018) Hybridization in bottlenose dolphins—A case study of Tursiops aduncus × T. truncatus hybrids and successful backcross hybridization events. PLoS ONE. 13(9). View Online   PDF Download

Gaither M, Gkafas G, de Jong M, Sarigol F, Neat F, Regnier T, Moore DM, Grocke D, Hall N, Liu X, Kenny J, Lucaci A, Hughes M, Haldenby S, Hoelzel A  (2018) Genomics of habitat choice and adaptive evolution in a deep-sea fish. Nature Ecology & Evolution. 2(4), pp. 680-687 View Online  PDF Download

Moore DM, McCarthy ID (2014) Distribution of ampullary pores on three sharks of the genus Apristurus found in the Rockall Trough, North-East Atlantic.  Aquatic Biology. 21(3), pp. 261-265 View Online  PDF Download

Moore DM, McCarthy ID, Neat FC (2013) Potential for using vertebral growth bands to age the deep water sharks Galeus melastomus, Centroselachus crepidater and Apristurus aphyodes and new information on their maturation schedules. Journal of the Marine Biological Association of the United Kingdom. 93(7), pp. 1941-1950 View Online  PDF Download


Moore DM, Gaggiotti O, Berggren P, Hoelzel R (2018) Understanding the drivers of genetic diversity in marine top predators and its impact on effective conservation management. Oral presentation at the International Marine Conservation Congress, Kuching, Malaysia, 29th June 2018.

Moore DM, Gaggiotti O, Berggren P, Hoelzel R (2016) Investigating the effects of environmental boundaries on the population structure of marine predators. Poster presentation at the Manchester Genomics & Evolution Symposium, Manchester, 20th June 2016

Moore DM, Gaggiotti O, Berggren P, Hoelzel R (2016) Investigating the effects of environmental boundaries on the population structure of marine predators. Poster presentation at the IAPETUS student conference, Majorca, 4th May 2016

Moore DM, Goodson D, Dallimore T, Barker C (2015) Development of microsatellite loci for the deep water shark Apristurus aphyodes and cross amplification in the Scyliorhinidae. Poster presentation at the inaugural meeting of the Challenger Society’s Deep-Sea Ecosystems Special Interest Group. Liverpool, 30th June 2015

Moore DM, Barker C, Dallimore T, McCarthy ID, Neat FC, Powell I (2015) Elucidating population structure in deep water elasmobranchs. Poster presentation at 59th Ecological Genetics Group Conference, Liverpool, 31st March 2015

Moore DM, McCarthy ID, Neat FC (2012) Assessing age and maturity in deep-water sharks of the Rockall Trough, North-East Atlantic; An area of growing deep water fishery activity. Oral presentation at the 6th World Fisheries Congress, Edinburgh, 8th May 2012.





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