ShARCC aims to build a coalition of academia, industry, governmental, and non-governmental organizations for the improved conservation and management of sharks in Atlantic Canada.
Worldwide, with mounting evidence of rapid depletion of shark populations, learn what others are doing for sharks across Atlantic Canada.
Twenty-one species of sharks have been reported in Canadian Atlantic waters, ten of which are considered to be globally threatened.
Globally, sharks and their relatives are among the most threatened marine vertebrates on Earth.
The global conservation community is identifying a number of measures to reduce impacts on shark populations. Learn more about these workable solutions.