Chondrichthyes

IUCN Publication

Comment le Parc national du Banc d'Arguin est devenu le plus grand sanctuaire d'Afrique pour les requins

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2004
IUCN Publication

The conservation status of pelagic sharks and rays : report of the IUCN Shark Specialist Group Pelagic Shark Red List Workshop

In 2007 the Shark Specialist Group convened an expert workshop with the aim of using the IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria to assess the conservation status of pelagic sharks and rays.

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2009
IUCN Publication

Sharks, rays and chimaeras : the status of the chondrichthyan fishes

Many shark populations are in serious decline worldwide with little shark fisheries management in place.

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2005
IUCN Publication

Les requins et autres poissons cartilagineux : écologie et conservation

Sharks and their relatives, the rays and chimaeras, are the diverse group of cartilaginous fishes that have evolved over 400 million years.

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2004
IUCN Publication

Sharks and their relatives : ecology and conservation

Sharks and their relatives, the rays and chimaeras, are the diverse group of cartilaginous fishes that have evolved over 400 million years.

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1998
IUCN Publication

The world trade in sharks : a compendium of TRAFFIC's regional studies

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1996
IUCN Publication

Managing shark fisheries : opportunities for international conservation

This report analyses several existing international fisheries regimes, and identifies geographical and functional gaps in the conservation of sharks.

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1997
IUCN Publication

Shark fisheries and the trade in sharks and shark products of Southeast Asia

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1996
IUCN Publication

An overview of world trade in sharks and other cartilaginous fishes

Overview of the findings of regional TRAFFIC studies in Europe, India, East and Southern Africa, Southeast Asia, East Asia, Oceania and North and South America.

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1996
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