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Endangered Species Listing of Northeast Pacific White Sharks Not Warranted

Endangered Species Listing of Northeast Pacific White Sharks Not Warranted

Department of Fish and Wildlife Releases White Shark Status Review under the California Endangered Species Act. The California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) has released a full status review of the Northeast Pacific population of white shark under the California Endangered Species Act (CESA).

Police conclude search for missing swimmer – Tathra

Police conclude search for missing swimmer – Tathra

NSW Police Force 04. April 2014 A cap and goggles, belonging to a woman who was taken by a shark on the state’s Far South Coast yesterday (Thursday 3 April 2014), have been located. The search resumed this morning and is focussing on the southern end of Tathra Beach. Police divers have also joined the

Woman taken by shark on the NSW south coast

Woman taken by shark on the NSW south coast

NSW Police Force 03. April 2014 A report will be prepared for the Coroner after a woman was taken by a shark on the state’s Far South Coast today (Thursday 3 April 2014). About 8.20am, a local woman in her sixties was swimming with a group of people between Tathra Wharf and Tathra Beach. It

NOAA examines impact of tourism and research on white sharks

NOAA examines impact of tourism and research on white sharks

Press Release National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) 24. March 2014 ——————- NOAA examines white shark activities in Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary NOAA is examining potential disturbances to the health and well being of white sharks that could occur from research and tourism in Gulf of the Farallones National Marine Sanctuary over

45 Sharks killed since start of the WA Shark Cull

45 Sharks killed since start of the WA Shark Cull

Helmut Nickel, Shark Year Magazine, 24. March 2014. The following tables show the reported catches made by drumlines in the state of Western Australia from the date of the first deployment in late January to 16. March 2014. The latest catch data reveals that 111 specimens have been caught (110 elasmobranchs and one bony fish).

Austrian tourist fatally wounded by shark in South Africa

Austrian tourist fatally wounded by shark in South Africa

Media Release National Sea Rescue Institute ( NSRI ) 22. March 2014 ———————– Man fatally wounded by shark At approximately 15h00, Saturday, 22nd March, NSRI Port St Johns volunteer sea rescue duty crew were activated following reports of a shark incident at 2nd Beach, Port St Johns. NSRI Port St Johns volunteer sea rescue duty

Florida dive boat operators face charges of illegal shark feeding

Florida dive boat operators face charges of illegal shark feeding

Dive boat operators face charges of illegally feeding sharks in state waters. Investigators with the Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission (FWC) have filed charges against four men linked to the illegal feeding of sharks and fish within state waters.

Petition concerning spiny dogfish protection presented to European Parliament

Petition concerning spiny dogfish protection presented to European Parliament

EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT Committee on Fisheries MINUTES Meeting of 18 March 2014, from 09.00 to 12.30 BRUSSELS ( … ) 6. Petitions (for information only) 6.1. Petition 0422/2013 by Martin Rother (German), concerning protection of the spiny dogfish This petition has been submitted to EP Petition Committee via the Petition Committee of the German Bundestag. The

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WA drumlines: Environmental Protection Authority rules out assessment

WA drumlines: Environmental Protection Authority rules out assessment

Summary: The Environmental Protection Authority will not formally assess this summer’s Shark Drum Line deployment, management and associated services proposal. Details: EPA Chairman Dr Paul Vogel said the determination was not a carte blanche endorsement for any extended program and that the EPA expected that a continuation of the proposal beyond April 30 2014 would be referred for consideration....

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