Castro, Jose I. "The position of sharks in marine biological communities: An overview." Sharks, an inquiry into biology, behavior, fisheries, and use. Oregon State Univ. Extension Service (1987): 11-17. Web. 3/24/14.
Talks about reproduction and young bull sharks living in the lake nicaragua area.
Jenson, Norman H., "Reproduction of the Bull Shark, Carcharhinus leu cas , in the Lake Nicaragua-Rio San Juan System" (1976). Investigations of the Ichthyofauna of Nicaraguan Lakes. Paper 40. Web. 3/24/14.
Snelson,, Franklin F.; Mulligan, Timothy J.; Williams, Sherry E. "Food Habits, Occurrence, and Population Structure of the Bull Shark, Carcharhinus Leucas, in Florida Coastal Lagoons" Bulletin of Marine Science, Volume 34, Number 1, January 1984 , pp. 71-80(10). Web. 3/24/14
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Seasonal patterns of bull sharks are discussed.
Brunnschweiler JM, Baensch H (2011)" Seasonal and Long-Term Changes in Relative Abundance of Bull Sharks from a Tourist Shark Feeding Site in Fiji". PLoS ONE 6(1): e16597. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0016597. web. 3/24/14.
This talks about differences in body fluids of salt and freshwater bull sharks.
Thorson, Thomas B.; Cowan, C. Michael; and Watson, Donald E., "Body Fluid Solutes of Juveniles and Adults of the Euryhaline Bull Shark Carcharhinus Leucas from Freshwater and Saline Environments" (1976). Web. 3/24/14
Movement of bullsharks monitored by electronic tags. shows dependency on coastal waters.
Brunnschweiler, J. M.; Queiroz, N.; Sims, D. W."Oceans apart? Short-term movements and behaviour of adult bull sharks Carcharhinus leucas in Atlantic and Pacific Oceans determined from pop-off satellite archival tagging". Journal of Fish Biology. Oct 2010, Vol. 77 Issue 6, p1343-1358. 16p. Web. 3/24/14
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