Part I of this Comment explores the problems of great white shark bycatch by examining the white shark’s susceptibility to bycatch and the Fishery responsible for a significant portion of white shark bycatch. Part II discusses the federal statutes and regulations applicable to bycatch and the Fishery. Part III provides recommendations for reducing white shark bycatch in the future by modifying current federal statutes, amending existing regulations, and increasing research efforts.
Andrew J. Graf,
Great White Shark Bycatch Reduction Problems in the California/Oregon Drift Gillnet Fishery, 6 Golden Gate U. Envtl. L.J. 347