Efforts To Save Sea Turtles May Kill Sharks

Eric Gilman, tuna fisheries expert and Safina Center Fellow, has been studying how to reduce the bycatch or incidental catch of ocean animals in tuna longline fisheries for almost two decades. Recently, Eric and several colleagues looked at how… Read More
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Global Shark Conservation: Good News for Some Species, Alarming Trends for Others

Reversing overfishing, climate change, and population growth can seem insurmountable. Safina Center Fellows strive to amplify the global conservation discussion and, in targeted ways and places, they make a difference. Their drive to redefine the future of our… Read More
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Shark Tagging Chronicles – Part III

Guest blog series by Christine O’Connell Safina Center Fellow, Debbie Abercrombie, is one of the lead shark researchers conducting groundbreaking research on the movements and behavior patterns of different shark species in an attempt to better understand and protect them…. Read More
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