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Are we ready for elasmobranch conservation success?

  • John K Carlson (a1), Michelle R Heupel (a2), Chelsey N Young (a3), Jessica E Cramp (a4) (a5) (a6) and Colin A Simpfendorfer (a4)...

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Author for correspondence: Dr John K Carlson, Email: john.carlson@noaa.gov

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Are we ready for elasmobranch conservation success?

  • John K Carlson (a1), Michelle R Heupel (a2), Chelsey N Young (a3), Jessica E Cramp (a4) (a5) (a6) and Colin A Simpfendorfer (a4)...

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