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The Recovery of Apex Marine Predator Populations

Chris Lowe

Rapid coastal development, water and air pollution, overfishing, bycatch, and habitat loss have all contributed to declines in shark populations. Chris Lowe, of California State University, Long Beach’s Shark Lab, will discuss federal and state agencies and regulations and how they have helped sharks recover.

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The Recovery of Apex Marine Predator Populations
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