Mr Daniel Moore
Research Postgraduate (PhD) in the Department of Biosciences
Telephone: +44 (0) 191 33 41283
Room number: 204
(email at email@example.com)
- Moura, Andre E., Shreves, Kypher, Pilot, Małgorzata, Andrews, Kimberly R., Moore, Daniel M., Kishida, Takushi, Möller, Luciana, Natoli, Ada, Gaspari, Stefania, McGowen, Michael, Chen, Ing, Gray, Howard, Gore, Mauvis, Culloch, Ross M., Kiani, Muhammad S., Sarrouf Willson, Maia, Bulushi, Asma, Collins, Tim, Baldwin, Robert, Willson, Andrew, Minton, Gianna, Ponnampalam, Louisa & Rus Hoelzel, A. (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: 106756.
- 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(12): 261-265.
- 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): 261-265.
- 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): 1941-1950.