Experts examine overcapacity and discuss placing limits as the first move toward reductions.
The crew aboard the Cape Finisterre continues testing their “release panel” concept with mixed results.
We may use the term shark universally, but there are so many different species of shark to discover!
One of ISSF’s biggest projects is now under way. The ProActive Vessel Register offers incentives for vessels that are active in data collection and that follow the ISSF Make the Commitment plan.
Dr. Jefferson Murua describes a recent workshop with “skipper students” in Spain and the importance of making sustainability a focus of future vessel leaders.
Corey highlights the work being done with shark species aboard the Simoun.
Corey Eddy blogs about a typical day in the life of a research scientist at-sea.
Sharks get stressed too, which is why PhD student Corey Eddy has been studying the physiological response of sharks after being released from a tuna net as part of the ISSF’s #BycatchProject.