Sharks in the waters of Dorset
Most people don’t know that we have so many incredible species that call our waters home, and even fewer people realise that many of these species are at risk of extinction, and need our help. We’re committed to changing this!
“Using education to change perception, and science to save sharks”
“Shared Seas, Safe Sharks”
- To promote for the benefit of the public the study, conservation and protection of sharks and their habitats.
- To advance the education of the public in general on the study, conservation and protection of sharks.
- To advance the education of the public in general (and particularly amongst scientists) on the subject of sharks by conducting scientific research in all aspects of that subject, and for the public benefit, to publish and promote the useful results.
- To promote humane behaviour towards sharks and educate the public in matters pertaining to shark welfare and the prevention of cruelty and suffering among sharks.
- Dr. Georgia French
I am a shark and surf loving conservation biologist from the UK, where I earned a Degree in Zoology from Cardiff University and a Masters Degree in Wildlife Management and Conservation from the University of Reading. I have a PhD on great white shark trophic ecology from the University of Sussex.
- Chris Jones
- Andrew Roberts
- David Edwards
People fondly (I like to think, though likely in error) call me Ed. I’m a Staffordshire born creative designer and periodic research assistant. My love of sharks predates my earliest memory and I’m currently in the process of combining this passion with my interest in videogame design and related technologies.
- Georgina Roberts
"Shark stuff, SCUBA, snorkelling and the sea, are just some of the things that describe me”. I graduated from Bangor University, Wales, with a BSc in Marine Biology/ Zoology, and went on to graduate with an MSc in Ecosystem-based Management of Marine Systems from the University of St Andrews, Scotland.
- Jess Bone