Projects

Photo © Alexa Elliot

Photo © Alexa Elliot

Photo © Alexa Elliot

For example where and when they migrate

For example where and when they migrate

For example where and when they migrate

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Photo © Guy Harvey Research Institute

Photo © Guy Harvey Research Institute

We support research and public outreach projects

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Photo © Matt Potensky

Photo © Matt Potensky

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Projects of the Shark Foundation

Since 1998 the Shark Foundation supports scientific and other projects. Scientific projects must extend our knowledge on sharks so that we can find ways of protecting them more effectively. Others are designed to help improve the image of sharks and provide the public with information, including their important role in the oceans' ecosystem and the current threat to the very existence of many shark species.

Active Projects

Concluded Projects

Publications

Countries

Current Projects

The Shark Foundation globally suports shark preservation projects. Below you find the collection of our presently active projects.

Population Genomics

Fisheries in Ghana

Blue Sharks in Cornwall

Fisheries in Angola

Sixgill Sharks in the Med

Migrations high sea species

Migrations big species

Long-term Projects

The Shark Foundation has been a long-time or open-end supporter of several projects. Others are supported whenever the need arises.

Whale Sharks Global

Shark Nurseries

Fiji Shark Reef

Completed Projects

Below you find the collection of our successfully completed projects.

Shark nurseries Fiji (2018)

Nurse sharks (2018)

Angel sharks (2017)

Basking Sharks England (2016)

3 Documentaries (2016)

Bull sharks Fiji (2015)

Lemon sharks Jupiter (2015)

Shark Identification (2015)

Support the Shark Foundation in its work to protect sharks.

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