Shark Massacre at Malpelo
As many as 2,000 hammerhead, Galápagos and silky sharks were slaughtered for their fins at…read more
Given their transboundary nature and wide ranging movements, marine migratory species are subject to a myriad of human-induced pressures, including fishing, habitat destruction and climate change, that cannot be mitigated by the unilateral action of one state or agency.
The MigraMar network conducts the scientific research needed to better understand and safeguard healthy populations of marine migratory species in the Eastern Pacific.
A new collaboration between world expert Dr. Tierney Thys (www.oceansunfish.org) and Migramar researchers based in…read more
In June 2011, Mision Tiburon, one of the Costa Rican partners of Migramar, placed ten…read more
Under the leadership and supervision of the Galapagos National Park Service, in July, the Galapagos…read more
We are taking a variety of approaches in order to build a clear picture as to how the shark, turtle and other pelagic populations of the Eastern Pacific are distributed in terms of abundance, space and time.