Publications; Meyer CG, Holland KN. 2012. Autonomous measurement of ingestion and digestion processes in free swimming sharks. Journal of Experimental Biology. 215, 3681-3684. doi:10.1242/jeb.075432.
Iosilevskii G, Papastamatiou YP, Meyer CG, Holland KN. 2012. Energetics of the yo-yo dives of predatory sharks. Journal of Theoretical Biology. 294:172–181.
Papastamatiou YP, Cartamil DP, Lowe CG, Meyer CG, Wetherbee, BM, Holland KN. 2011. Scales of orientation, directed walks, and movement path structure in sharks. Journal of Animal Ecology. 80:864-874.
Nakamura I, Watanabe YY, Papastamatiou YP, Sato K, Meyer CG. 2011. Yo-yo vertical movements suggest a foraging strategy for tiger sharks Galeocerdo cuvier. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 424: 237–246. doi: 10.3354/meps08980
Meyer CG, Papastamatiou YP, Holland KN. 2010. A multiple instrument approach to quantifying the movement patterns and habitat use of Tiger (Galeocerdo cuvier) and Galapagos sharks (Carcharhinus galapagensis) at French Frigate Shoals, Hawaii. Marine Biology. 157:1857–1868. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-010-1457-x
Meyer CG, Papastamatiou YP, Clark TB. 2010. Differential movement patterns and site fidelity among trophic groups of reef fishes in a Hawaiian Marine Protected Area. Marine Biology. 157:1499-1793. DOI: 10.1007/s00227-010-1424-6
Meyer CG, Dale JJ, Papastamatiou YP, Whitney NM, Holland KN. 2009. Seasonal cycles and long-term trends in abundance and species composition of sharks associated with cage diving ecotourism activities in Hawaii. Environmental Conservation. 36: 104–111
Meyer CG, Clark TB, Papastamatiou YP, Whitney NM, Holland KN. 2009. Long-term movements of tiger sharks (Galeocerdo cuvier) in Hawaii. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 381: 223–235
Meyer CG, Burgess WC, Papastamatiou YP, Holland KN. 2008. Use of an implanted sound recording device (Bioacoustic Probe) to document the acoustic environment of a blacktip reef shark (Carcharhinus melanopterus). Aquatic Living Resources. 20:291–298.
Meyer CG, Holland KN, Papastamatiou YP. 2007. Seasonal and diel movements of giant trevally (Caranx ignobilis) at remote Hawaiian atolls: implications for the design of Marine Protected Areas. Marine Ecology Progress Series. 333: 13-25.
Grants and Awards; 2010-2012 National Sea Grant College Program: Ecosystem resilience to the introduction and spread of invasive species: Is there a role for herbivore diversity and standing stock? An Insular Pacific regional project. (P.I.: $ $79,913)
2011-2012 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Utilizing accelerometers and miniature video cameras to quantify foraging and habitat use in free-ranging sharks. (P.I.: $9,966).
2007-2012 Hawaii DLNR Division of Aquatic Resources. Acoustic monitoring of long-term movement patterns, habitat use and site fidelity of food and game fishes in the Main Hawaiian Islands. (P.I.: $236,864)
2008-2010 International Game Fish Association. Movement patterns and survivorship of giant trevally in catch and release sport fisheries. (P.I.: $144,345)
2007-2008 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Do ocean farms attract tiger sharks? Movement patterns of tiger sharks along the Kona coast. (P.I.: $9,890).
2007-2008 North Shore Shark Adventures & Hawaii Shark Encounters. Site fidelity and movement patterns of sharks associated with commercial shark watching tours (P.I.: $49,744).
2007-2008 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Acoustic monitoring of long-term movement patterns, habitat use and site fidelity of coral reef fishes: Implications for Marine Protected Area design (P.I.: $37,523).
2005-2006 NOAA General Coral Reef Conservation Grant: Acoustic monitoring of long-term movement patterns, habitat use and site fidelity of coral reef fishes: Implications for Marine Protected Area design (P.I.: $28,750).
2005-2006 Hawaii Sea Grant Program: Foraging ecology and movement patterns of blacktip reef sharks at Palmyra atoll (P.I.: $9.975).
2001 University of Hawaii, 26th Annual Albert L. Tester Memorial Symposium, Best Student Paper Award. ($1,000).