The importance of research and public opinion to conservation management of sharks and rays: a synthesis

@inproceedings{Simpfendorfer2011TheIO,
  title={The importance of research and public opinion to conservation management of sharks and rays: a synthesis},
  author={Colin A Simpfendorfer and Michelle R Heupel and William T White and Nicholas K. Dulvy},
  year={2011}
}
Growing concern for the world’s shark and ray populations is driving the need for greater research to inform conservation management. A change in public perception, from one that we need to protect humans from sharks to one where we must protect sharks from humans, has added to calls for better management. The present paper examines the growing need for research for conservation management of sharks and rays by synthesising information presented in this Special Issue from the 2010 Sharks… CONTINUE READING

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