Great white shark research news
This year we hosted two good friends of SDX once more during our 2017 season. After a successful 2016 collaboration, Greg Skomal and the Atlantic White Shark Conservancy returned for another two trips back to back. Joining us once again was Ralph Collier of the Shark Research Committee for his third expedition late into the season. Both charters where treated to some of the best shark action of the year!
The Atlantic white shark conservancy is a charity network supporting scientific research, improving public safety, and educating the community, to inspire conservation of Atlantic white sharks. Led by Dr Greg Skomal, we hosted the conservancy during the 2016 Guadalupe season and look forward to a successful partnership into the future. Read this update
The Shark research committee is a non-profit scientific organisation with Its primary focus being Pacific coast White shark behaviour and ecology. Founded by Ralph Collier, SDX has teamed up with the committee on a number of projects in recent years and look forward to many more in years ahead…….. Read this update
The Marine Conservation Science Institute is a non-profit organisation conducting ongoing research on the Great White shark population at Guadalupe Island. SDX annually contributes towards Biologist Nicole Nasby Lucas’ Great white shark ID database and in 2015 we ran a special Expedition to the Island hosted by Dr Michael Domier. Read this update
Dedicated to marine conservation, The Watermen Project are a non-profit organisation lead by a team of highly skilled free divers to aid and support global shark research. Our team has been involved in multiple successful projects together including filming sequences for the IMAX production “Great White Shark 3D” and the tagging expedition of 2012 and 2014. Read this update