Mixed management boosts reef shark abundance

Jacoby, D.M.P. (2024) Mixed management boosts reef shark abundance. Nature Ecology and Evolution, 8. pp. 1066-1067. ISSN 2397-334X

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Abstract

A global survey using baited cameras on coral reefs demonstrates a near twofold increase in the relative abundance of reef sharks in marine protected areas that are also embedded within areas of effective fisheries management. However, such conservation benefits were not evident for wide-ranging sharks or rays found on the reef.

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Nature Ecology and Evolution
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Export Date: 30 May 2024
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30 May 2024 13:50
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