15 important shark conservation and management terms...explained with memes
I've written a blog post that summarizes the best available scientific and technical definitions of 15 important fisheries management policy terms. The post can be found here:
Many are broadly applicable to fisheries management, while some are shark specific. Each is further explained with the help of familiar internet memes. The goal of this post is to improve the quality of the public debate surrounding shark conservation by making sure that everyone is using the correct definitions of these important terms.
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