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An Overview of World Trade in Sharks and Other Cartilaginous Fishes

Document (Scanned PDF, 5.7 MB) Debra A. Rose (December 1996). 106pp. ISBN 1 85850 114 8 (ISBN 978 1 85850 114 7). This report presents an 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. It highlights the fisheries, shark products in trade, and the processing, preparation and use of these products in domestic and international markets. It also discusses the management and conservation implications of this trade.