Ziegler, J.A., Silberg, J.N., Araujo, G., Labaja, J., Ponzo, A., Rollins, R. and Dearden, P., 2019. Using long-term integrated research programs to improve whale shark tourism at Oslob, Philippines. Tourism Management, 74, pp.297-299.
Open Access: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0261517719300652

Ziegler, J.A., Silberg, J.N., Araujo, G., Labaja, J., Ponzo, A., Rollins, R. and Dearden, P., 2019. Applying the precautionary principle when feeding an endangered species for marine tourism. Tourism Management, 72, pp.155-158.
Paper available through ResearchGate

Murray, R., Conales Jr, S., Araujo, G., Labaja, J., Snow, S.J., Pierce, S.J., Songco, A. and Ponzo, A., 2019. Tubbataha Reefs Natural Park: the first comprehensive elasmobranch assessment reveals global hotspot for reef sharks. Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity, 12(1), pp.49-56.
Open Access: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2287884X18301596

Araujo, G., Rohner, C.A., Labaja, J., Conales, S.J., Snow, S.J., Murray, R., Pierce, S.J. and Ponzo, A., 2018. Satellite tracking of juvenile whale sharks in the Sulu and Bohol Seas, Philippines. PeerJ, 6, p.e5231.
Open Access: https://peerj.com/articles/5231/

McCoy, E., Burce, R., David, D., Aca, E.Q., Hardy, J., Labaja, J., Snow, S.J., Ponzo, A. and Araujo, G., 2018. Long-term photo-identification reveals the population dynamics and strong site fidelity of adult whale sharks to the coastal waters of Donsol, Philippines. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5, p.271.
Open Access:  https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2018.00271/

Ziegler, J.A., Silberg, J.N., Araujo, G., Labaja, J., Ponzo, A., Rollins, R. and Dearden, P., 2018. A guilty pleasure: Tourist perspectives on the ethics of feeding whale sharks in Oslob, Philippines. Tourism Management, 68, pp.264-274.
Paper available through ResearchGate

Rambahiniarison, J., Lamoste, M.J., Rohner, C., Murray, R., Snow, S., Labaja, J., Araujo, G. and Ponzo, A., 2018. Life History, Growth, and Reproductive Biology of Four Mobulid Species in the Bohol Sea, Philippines. Frontiers in Marine Science, 5, p.269.
Open Access: https://www.frontiersin.org/articles/10.3389/fmars.2018.00269/

Araujo, G., Snow, S.J., Cornish, A., Murray, R., Delijero, K., Ponzo, A. and Dygico, M., 2018. Occurrence of the rare and Endangered Ornate Eagle Ray, Aetomylaeus vespertilio (Bleeker, 1852)(Chondrichthyes, Myliobatidae), at a remote marine protected area in the Philippines. Check List, 14, p.1.
Open Access:  https://checklist.pensoft.net/article/20838/download/pdf/

Norman, B.M., Holmberg, J.A., Arzoumanian, Z., Reynolds, S.D., Wilson, R.P., Rob, D., Pierce, S.J., Gleiss, A.C., De la Parra, R., Galvan, B., Ramirez-Macias, D., ... Araujo, G., ..., 2017. Undersea constellations: the global biology of an endangered marine megavertebrate further informed through citizen science. BioScience, 67(12), pp.1029-1043.
Open Access:  https://academic.oup.com/bioscience/article/67/12/1029/4641655

Thomson, J.A., Araujo, G., Labaja, J., McCoy, E., Murray, R. and Ponzo, A., 2017. Feeding the world's largest fish: highly variable whale shark residency patterns at a provisioning site in the Philippines. Royal Society open science, 4(9), p.170394.
Open Access: https://royalsocietypublishing.org/doi/pdf/10.1098/rsos.170394

Stewart, J.D., Rohner, C.A., Araujo, G., Avila, J., Fernando, D., Forsberg, K., Ponzo, A., Rambahiniarison, J.M., Kurle, C.M. and Semmens, B.X., 2017. Trophic overlap in mobulid rays: insights from stable isotope analysis. Marine Ecology Progress Series, 580, pp.131-151.
Open Access: https://www.int-res.com/articles/meps2017/580/m580p131.pdf

Araujo, G., Vivier, F., Labaja, J.J., Hartley, D. and Ponzo, A., 2017. Assessing the impacts of tourism on the world's largest fish Rhincodon typus at Panaon Island, Southern Leyte, Philippines. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 27(5), pp.986-994.
Paper available through ResearchGate

Araujo, G., Montgomery, J., Pahang, K., Labaja, J., Murray, R. and Ponzo, A., 2016. Using minimally invasive techniques to determine green sea turtle Chelonia mydas life-history parameters. Journal of experimental marine biology and ecology, 483, pp.25-30.
Paper available through ResearchGate

Rambahiniarison, J.M., Araujo, G., Lamoste, M.J., Labaja, J., Snow, S. and Ponzo, A., 2016. First records of the reef manta ray Manta alfredi in the Bohol Sea, Philippines, and its implication for conservation. Journal of Asia-Pacific Biodiversity, 9(4), pp.489-493.
Open Access: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S2287884X16300620

Araujo, G., Snow, S., So, C.L., Labaja, J., Murray, R., Colucci, A. and Ponzo, A., 2017. Population structure, residency patterns and movements of whale sharks in Southern Leyte, Philippines: results from dedicated photo‐ID and citizen science. Aquatic Conservation: Marine and Freshwater Ecosystems, 27(1), pp.237-252.
Paper here

Schleimer, A., Araujo, G., Penketh, L., Heath, A., McCoy, E., Labaja, J., Lucey, A. and Ponzo, A., 2015. Learning from a provisioning site: code of conduct compliance and behaviour of whale sharks in Oslob, Cebu, Philippines. PeerJ, 3, p.e1452.

Araujo, G., Lucey, A., Labaja, J., So, C.L., Snow, S. and Ponzo, A., 2014. Population structure and residency patterns of whale sharks, Rhincodon typus, at a provisioning site in Cebu, Philippines. PeerJ, 2, p.e543.
Open Access:  ​https://peerj.com/articles/543/

Scientific Publications​ 

My latest conference abstracts and posters can be found on  https://www.lamave.org/publications
Araujo G, Labaja J, Murray R, McCoy E, Burce R, Snow S, Ponzo A. Philippines: using citizen science and dedicated research to understand a global hotspot for the world’s largest fish. IMCC5, Kuching, Malaysia, 2018.

Latest conference abstracts & posters

Araujo G, Labaja J, Snow S, Ponzo A. Pay-to-volunteer model to facilitate marine conservation interventions: an NGO case study from the Philippines. IMCC5, Kuching, Malaysia, 2018.
Rambahiniriason J, Lamoste MJ, Rohner CA, Murray R, Snow S, Labaja J, Araujo G, Ponzo A. Life History, Growth, and Reproductive Biology of Four Mobulid Species in the Bohol Sea, Philippines. IMCC5, Kuching, Malaysia, 2018.
Murray R, Robert G, Conales SJ, Araujo G, Rambahiniriason J, Songco A, Dygico M, Ponzo A. Baited Remote Underwater Video Reveals Low Abundances Of Sharks Across The Philippines But Marine Protected Areas Offer Respite. IMCC5, Kuching, Malaysia, 2018.
Araujo G,  Des Lauriers C, Labaja J, Lamost MJ, Snow S, Pahang K, Murray R, Ponzo A. Paired laser-photogrammetry determines growth rates of green sea turtles Chelonia mydas at a tropical aggregation in the Philippines. ISTS 38, Kobe, Japan, 2018.
Ponzo A, Lamoste MJ, Lewis D, Manasan E, Tualla IP, Pahang K, Snow S, Labaja J, Araujo G. Apo Island: a turtle hotspot in the Coral Triangle. ISTS 38, Kobe Japan, 2018.
Montgomery J., Yaptinchay AA., Enolva N., Araujo G., Ponzo A. Philippines: A Megamouth Hotspot. European Elasmobranch Association, Bristol, UK, 2016.
 Thomson J, Araujo G, Labaja J, Mccoy E, Murray R, Ponzo A. Daily abundance
and residency patterns of whale sharks (Rhincodon typus) at a unique provisioning site in the
Philippines. QScience Proceedings (The 4th International Whale Shark Conference) 2016:iwsc4.5 http://dx.doi.org/10.5339/qproc.2016.iwsc4.5
Araujo G, Thomson J, Labaja J, Snow S, Montgomery J, Ponzo A. Temperaturedepth-recorder
tags reveal modified diving behaviour by whale sharks at a provisioning site in Cebu,
Philippines. QScience Proceedings (The 4th International Whale Shark Conference) 2016:iwsc4.4 http://dx.doi.org/10.5339/qproc.2016.iwsc4.4
Araujo G, So CL, Lucey A, Labaja J, Snow SJ, David DN, Ponzo A. Using Photo-ID in the Philippines to describe the largest aggregation of whale sharks in South East Asia through dedicated research effort and citizen science. IMCC3, Glasgow 2014:C26.2. http://birenheide.com/IMCC2014/program/singlesession.php3?sessid=C26