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Amanda Ingram

Amanda Ingram has written 2 posts for oceanbites

Shark Sanctuaries: Are They Enough to Save Sharks?

Article: Ward-Paige, C.A. (2017) A global overview of Shark Sanctuary Regulations and their impact on Shark Fisheries. Marine Policy. Volume 82. August 2017. Pg. 87-97. The Human- Shark Connection As Shark Week draws to a close, people around the world are reminded of their deep fascination with sharks and human interactions. However, while Shark Week […]

How just 3% saves 50%: Small expansions of protected areas in “shark hot spots” could save HALF of currently endangered Sharks, Skates, and Rays

The old adage of, “work smarter, not harder” even applies to shark conservation…read on to learn how targeted expansion of marine protected areas could better protect more than 50% of imperiled shark species around the globe. Amanda IngramAmanda Ingram is a Masters of Marine Affairs Graduate Student at the University of Rhode Island. She earned […]

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