Category Archives: Statistics

How Many Sharks Are Caught Each Year? | Save Our Seas Foundation

How Many Sharks Are Caught Each Year? | Save Our Seas Foundation.

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Marine Iguanas

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Importance of species to tourists

Chart from this incredibly awesome document: http://www.science2action.org/files/sciencereports/individualstudies/etps/galapagossocioeconomicandgovernance.pdf By Universidad San Francisco de Quito.

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Shark finning, what does 73 million look like?

To be used on a website to catch interest as part of an article or policy paper.

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Shark finning, what does 96% waste look like?

Here is an alternative to explore the difference in impact of two simple types of charts for the same data… Either of these can be used on a website to catch interest as part of an article or policy paper.

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Shark Finning Statistics

SHARK FIN PERCENTAGE OF BODY WEIGHT 4% of body weight ONE BOAT IN GALAPAGOS CAUGHT WITH: 19,018 fins = 479.6 lbs = USD $86,895,30 (Not sure on estimate sharks b/c not sure if taking 2 or 4 fins from sharks) … Continue reading

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Ghost Fishing Stats

Here are some stats that provide an overview of marine debris/ghost fishing to give a contextual basis for the problem. For this particular topic, stats can be used to help convey the brevity of the issue, to help the audience … Continue reading

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