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Country Report on Sharks and Rays in the Philippines

Country Report on Sharks and Rays in the Philippines

PowerPoint Presentation Country Report Status and Issues in the Identification of Sharks and Rays in the Philippines PDF – DOWNLOAD      

Assessing the Efficacy of the Shark Shield

Assessing the Efficacy of the Shark Shield

Effects of the Shark Shield electric deterrent on the behaviour of white sharks (Carcharodon carcharias). Huveneers, C. et al June 2012 Final Report to SafeWork South Australia. SARDI Publication No. F2012/000123-1 SARDI Research Report Series No. 632. 61pp. PDF – DOWNLOAD    

Proceedings of the First Pacific Shark Workshop

Proceedings of the First Pacific Shark Workshop

McFarlane, G., Arndt, U.M. and Cooper, E.W.T. (Eds.) (2012). Proceedings of the First Pacific Shark Workshop, December 13- 15, 2011, Vancouver, Canada TRAFFIC and WWF-Canada. Vancouver PDF – DOWNLOAD    

Diversity of sharks and rays in Vietnam

Diversity of sharks and rays in Vietnam

PowerPoint Presentation by Tran Van Cuong Research Institute for Marine Fisheries (RIMF) Nguyen HoaiNam Department of Capture Fisheries and Resources Protection (DECAFIREP) PDF – DOWNLOAD    

Field Guide To Sharks of the Southeast Asian Region

Field Guide To Sharks of the Southeast Asian Region

By Ahmad Ali Annie Lim Pek Khiok SEAFDEC 2012 PDF – DOWNLOAD    

Sharks and Rays in the Southeast Asian Region

Sharks and Rays in the Southeast Asian Region

PowerPoint Presentation CHONDRICHTHYANS BIODIVERSITY IN THE SOUTHEAST ASIAN REGION By Ahmad Ali and Annie Lim Pek Khiok PDF – DOWNLOAD    

Country Report on Sharks and Rays in Cambodia

Country Report on Sharks and Rays in Cambodia

PowerPoint Presentation Status and issue in the identification of Shark and rays species in Cambodia Kuala Terengganu, Malaysia 22-27 April 2011 Prepared by Dr. Chea Tharith Mr. Ky Vannarith PDF – DOWNLOAD    

Summary of Demersal Elasmobranch Studies in Costa Rica

Summary of Demersal Elasmobranch Studies in Costa Rica

Summary of Demersal Elasmobranch Studies in the Continental Platform of the Pacific of Costa Rica with Management and Conservation Strategies Tayler Clarke, Mario Espinoza, Fresia Villalobos & Ingo S. Wehrtmann Technical Report December 2011 PDF – DOWNLOAD    

Assessment of shark sighting rates by aerial beach patrols

Assessment of shark sighting rates by aerial beach patrols

Published by the NSW Department of Primary Industries March 2012 Authors: William D. Robbins, Victor M. Peddemors and Steven J. Kennelly EXECUTIVE SUMMARY Aerial surveys are a recognised technique to identify the presence and abundance of marine animals. However, the capability of aerial observers to reliably sight coastal sharks has not been assessed, nor have

Migratory Movements of Sharks in Galapagos

Migratory Movements of Sharks in Galapagos

Evaluating spatial effectiveness of existing marine zones Migratory Movements of Sharks in the Galapagos Marine Reserve  By César Peñaherrera et al.  ARGOS Forum # 74 ( 06/2012 ) See PDF-Page 10 – 11 PDF – DOWNLOAD    

S. Fordham: Shark conservation – global threats, local concerns

S. Fordham: Shark conservation – global threats, local concerns

PowerPoint Presentation by Sonja Fordham Shark Advocates International IUCN DC Shark Panel May 11, 2012 PDF – DOWNLOAD    

C. Cotton: Shark conservation – global threats, local concerns

C. Cotton: Shark conservation – global threats, local concerns

PowerPoint Presentation by Chip Cotton, PhD Virginia Institute of Marine Science PDF – DOWNLOAD        

Feasibility study on Coogee Beach Shark Exclusion Net

Feasibility study on Coogee Beach Shark Exclusion Net

COOGEE BEACH SHARK EXCLUSION ZONE FEASIBILITY STUDY 1. Introduction: Over the last several years there has been an increased incidence of fatal shark attacks on swimmers, surfers and divers along Western Australia’s west coast, including the Perth Metropolitan area. Each of these attacks has been attributed to great white sharks. At the 10th November 2011

Article: Protecting Fish In Shark-Infested Waters

Article: Protecting Fish In Shark-Infested Waters

Protecting Fish In Shark-Infested Waters Developing Better Cage Netting By Ken Robertson. Summary: Sharks are predators to warmwater aquaculture that are not stopped by traditional cage nets when they seek the fish contained inside. Work by the author with several international entities defined suitable lab testing methods that led to effective material selections and configurations

Shark Finning Topic Sheet

Shark Finning Topic Sheet

Marine Scotland 2012 Shark Finning Topic Sheet No. 101 V1 PDF-DOWNLOAD