Madeline S. Cashion
Madeline S. Cashion
Marine Species At Risk Recovery Planner, DFO
Verified email at dfo-mpo.gc.ca - Homepage
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Official catch data underrepresent shark and ray taxa caught in Mediterranean and Black Sea fisheries
MS Cashion, N Bailly, D Pauly
Marine Policy 105, 1-9, 2019
252019
Climate impacts on the ocean are making the Sustainable Development Goals a moving target travelling away from us
GG Singh, N Hilmi, JR Bernhardt, AM Cisneros Montemayor, M Cashion, ...
People and Nature 1 (3), 317-330, 2019
112019
Inaccurate and biased global media coverage underlies public misunderstanding of shark conservation threats and solutions
DS Shiffman, SJ Bittick, MS Cashion, SR Colla, LE Coristine, DH Derrick, ...
Iscience 23 (6), 101205, 2020
72020
Data from: Climate impacts on the ocean are making the Sustainable Development Goals a moving target traveling away from us
GG Singh, N Hilmi, JR Bernhardt, AM Cisneros Montemayor, M Cashion, ...
Scholars Portal Dataverse, 2021
12021
Climate change is limiting our ability to achieve a future we want.
GG Singh, N Hilmi, J Bernhardt, AMC Montemayor, M Cashion, Y Ota, ...
People and Nature, 2019
2019
Evaluating and enhancing the taxonomic resolution of shark and ray (Subclass Elasmobranchii) catch statistics in the Mediterranean and Black Seas (1950-2014)
MS Cashion
University of British Columbia, 2018
2018
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