Sharks in Danger: Global Shark Conservation Status with Reference to Management Plans and Legislation by Rachel Cunningham-Day

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Author
Rachel Cunningham-Day
Publisher
Universal Publishers
Date of release
Pages
228
ISBN
9781581126525
Binding
Paperback
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This book reviews the current status of, and threats to, shark populations globally with special reference to the basking shark and the great white shark. This book outlines why sharks are a valuable resource, identifies threats to sharks and where they occur and reviews what we need to know about sharks in order to protect them. Fisheries management procedures are investigated to target areas requiring future research and implementation. Conservation initiatives, legislation, and international agreements are reviewed and future measures suggested. Case histories on the basking shark and the great white shark detail threats specific to these species and identify research and management requirements.


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