Shark Code 2015

Shark Code 2015-7
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This progress report outlines the progress made towards meeting the objectives listed in the Recovery Strategy for the Basking Shark () in Canadian Pacific Waters (DFO 2011) from 2011 to 2016 and should be considered as one in a series of documents for this species that are linked and should be taken into consideration together; including the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada (COSEWIC) assessment and status report (COSEWIC 2007), a recovery potential assessment (DFO 2009), the recovery strategy (PDF) (DFO 2011), and an action plan (in press).

Section 2 of this progress report summarizes key information on the threats to the species, population and distribution objectives for achieving its recovery, approaches to meeting the objectives, and performance measures to assess the progress of recovery.

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Section 4 summarizes the progress toward achieving the objectives.

The 2010 listing of the Basking Shark under the Species at Risk Act (SARA) led to the development and publication of the recovery strategy in 2011, which was based on the information provided in the COSEWIC assessment and status report.

The decline of the Pacific population of Basking Shark is primarily due to human-caused mortality, which occurred predominantly between 40 and 70 years ago.

Even in the absence of human-induced mortality, Basking Shark populations grow very slowly.

This progress report was prepared by Heather Brekke (Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO), with input from Jackie King (DFO), Sean Mac Connachie (DFO), Paul Grant (DFO), and Jenn Yakimishyn (Parks Canada Agency).

DFO would also like to express its appreciation to all individuals and organizations who have contributed to the recovery of the Basking Shark.

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