Jeremy conducted his doctoral research in Shark Bay between 2005 and 2007. His work included describing the diverse elasmobranch community of Shark Bay’s nearshore sand flats. Jeremy examined the seasonal trends within this community as well as the habitat use and foraging ecology of the most abundant ray species. He completed his Ph.D. in 2011 and has published numerous papers from his dissertation as well as been an author and co-author on book chapters. Jeremy continues be involved in the analysis of data on Shark Bay’s elasmobranch populations.