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Deepwater Chondrichthyans: Biodiversity, Life History & Fisheries

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  • February 15, 2007
  • by thedconceptadmin
  • biodiversity, chondrichthyans, deepwater, fisheries, life history,
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Despite the widespread recognition of the vulnerability of deepwater chondrichthyan fishes (sharks, batoids and holocephalans) to overfishing and their potential inability to recover from depletion, there is a lack of a concise overview of the present status of knowledge concerning the biodiversity and life history of this group. This report provides a global review of
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Conservation status of Northeast Atlantic Chrondrichthyans

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  • February 15, 2006
  • by EEA Admin
  • chondrichthyans, IUCN, NE Atlantic, Red List,
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This report provides a detailed summary of the IUCN Red List assessment for each Northeast Atlantic species, highlighting those of conservation concern as well as identifying species assessed as Least Concern and Data Deficient. An overview of regional issues is also presented. This report is intended to support the development of research, conservation and management
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