Get Involved: Keep Sharks in Our Oceans

Part 8 in an 8 Part Series: Explore what happens to our oceans when sharks disappear and find out how you can get involved before it's too late!

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Fishing & Finning: Influence of Asian Fishing Markets

Part 7 in an 8 Part Series: Explore how pressures from Asian fishing markets have led to increased shark landings in the past 30 years; and what these pressures may mean for shark populations in the future if these fishing rates continue.

Climate Change: Seasonal Changes Impacting Migration

Part 6 in an 8 Part Series: Explore how rising temperatures can cause seasonal and oceanographic events to shift which can have impacts on migratory species like whale sharks

Climate Change: Vulnerability Based on Ecological Habitat

Part 5 in an 8 Part Series: Explore how the rising global temperatures effect sharks and rays in six different ecological habitats: Freshwater/Estuarine, Reef, Coastal, Pelagic, Shelf, and Bathyal. And explore how each of these ecological habitats are effected by varied degrees of climate change factors.

Habitat Destruction: Coral Reefs

Part 4 in an 8 Part Series: Explore how the destruction of patchy coral reef networks from climate change can have impacts on migratory reef sharks.

Habitat Destruction: Terrestrial Runoff

Part 3 in an 8 Part Series: Explore how human development in coastal regions leads to increased terrestrial runoff, which can have detrimental effects for sharks and rays.

Habitat Loss: Nurseries

Part 2 in an 8 Part Series: Explore how human encroachment on coastal areas can have massive impacts on juvenile shark nursery habitats and survival rates.

Consequences of Elasmobranch Population Decline

Part 1 in an 8 Part Series: Find out about the roles sharks play in their environment and what consequences population declines can have- and are already having- on the environment.

As They Are Meant To Be

A tribute to some of the most stunning creatures I have had the pleasure of sharing the waters with over the years.

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