Species composition of sharks in Southeast Asian region: Reanalysis of the study on sharks in 2003 and 2004 by SEAFDEC and ASEAN-SEAFDEC member countries Masaya Katoh and Ahmad Ali INTRODUCTION : One hundred seventy-four species of sharks have been recognized in Southeast Asian region (Ahmad & Lim 2012). Moreover, about 126 thousand tons of sharks,
Greenpeace Esperanza Indian Ocean Expedition 2013 Summary of findings 18 March – 17 May 2013 Published in October 2013 PDF – DOWNLOAD
Monitoring the recreational take of shark species of relevance to Commonwealth fisheries Katherine Cheshire, Peter Ward, Phil Sahlqvist and Rupert Summerson Published on 26. September 2013 OVERVIEW The Recreational Fishing Industry Development Strategy (RFIDS) study identified shark species of interest to recreational fishing and the Australian Government. Many sharks and rays are endemic to Australia.
PowerPoint Presentation Responsible Shark Use Glenn Sant – TRAFFIC CITES Symposium, Tokyo 2013 PDF – DOWNLOAD
PowerPoint Presentation European Conference on Biodiversity and Climate Change, June 2013 Climate change limits elasmobranch recovery potential in the German Bight: A meta-population approach based on historical distribution data Heino O. Fock, Wolfgang Nikolaus Probst, Matthias Schaber, Thünen-Institute of Sea Fisheries, Hamburg, Germany PDF – DOWNLOAD
Delaware’s Most Commonly Misidentified Sharks Division of Fish and Wildlife 2013 PDF – DOWNLOAD
Mundy-Taylor V. and Crook V. (2013) Into the deep: Implementing CITES measures for commercially-valuable sharks and manta rays. A TRAFFIC Report prepared for the European Commission. PDF – DOWNLOAD Please read the related Press Release by TRAFFIC here.
Global Shark Conservation Sanctuaries for a Predator in Peril Published by PEW, July 2013 PDF – DOWNLOAD
Policy paper Shark, skate, and ray conservation plan: progress review 2013 Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs Published: 19 July 2013 This document shows the findings of the 2013 review of progress towards implementing the conservation plan since its publication in 2011. PDF – DOWNLOAD
Commercial Great White Shark Cage Diving New Zealand Department of Conservation Interim Guidelines July 2013 The Department of Conservation seeks feedback on the Commercial great white shark cage diving interim guidelines, July 2013. The purpose of the interim guidelines is to ensure the welfare of great white sharks by identifying potential risks to the animals