February 8th, 2021

Alternative systems to catch and kill for mitigating unprovoked shark bites

Alternative systems to catch and kill for mitigating unprovoked shark bites

A comparison of alternative systems to catch and kill for mitigating unprovoked shark bite on bathers or surfers at ocean beaches Daryl P. McPhee, Craig Blount, Marcus P. Lincoln Smith. Victor M. Peddemors ABSTRACT: Responses to unprovoked shark bite involve public policies and management approaches that contend with the needs of public safety and the

Importance of shark fisheries for the livelihoods of coastal communities in Western Ghana

Importance of shark fisheries for the livelihoods of coastal communities in Western Ghana

Fishing for survival: importance of shark fisheries for the livelihoods of coastal communities in Western Ghana Issah Seidu, Lawrence K. Brobbey, Emmanuel Danquah, Samuel K. Oppong, David van Beuningen, Moro Seidu, Nicholas K. Dulvy ABSTRACT: Small-scale shark fisheries support a large number of coastal community livelihoods in developing countries. Shark meat comprises a cheap source