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Auteur Mancusi, C.; Baino, R.; Fortuna, C.; De Sola, L.G.; Morey, G.; Bradai, M.N.; Kallianotis, A.; Soldo, A.; Hemida, F.; Saad, A.A.; Dimech, M.; Peristeraki, P.; Bariche, M.; Clo, S.; De Sabata, E.; Castellano, L.; Garibaldi, F.; Lanteri, L.; Tinti, F.; Pais, A.; Sperone, E.; Micarelli, P.; Poisson, F.; Sion, L.; Carlucci, R.; Cebrian-Menchero, D.; Seret, B.; Ferretti, F.; El-Far, A.; Saygu, I.; Shakman, E.A.; Bartoli, A.; Guallart, J.; Damalas, D.; Megalofonou, P.; Vacchi, M.; Colloca, F.; Bottaro, M.; Di Sciara, G.N.; Follesa, M.C.; Cannas, R.; Kabasakal, H.; Zava, B.; Cavlan, G.; Jung, A.; Abudaya, M.; Kolitari, J.; Barash, A.; Joksimovic, A.; Cetkovic, I.; Marceta, B.; Gonzalez Vilas, L.; Tiralongo, F.; Giovos, I.; Bargnesi, F.; Lelli, S.; Barone, M.; Moro, S.; Mazzoldi, C.; Charis, C.; Abella, A.J.; Serena, F. openurl 
  Titre MEDLEM database, a data collection on large Elasmobranchs in the Mediterranean and Black seas Type Article scientifique
  Année 2020 Publication Revue Abrégée Mediterr. Mar. Sci.  
  Volume 21 Numéro 2 Pages 276-288  
  Mots-Clés 1st records; basking shark; by-catch; Bycatch; carcharhinidae; carcharodon-carcharias linnaeus; cetorhinus-maximus gunnerus; coast; conservation; databases; geographical distribution; lamniformes cetorhinidae; large elasinobranchs; Mediterranean and Black seas; plumbeus chondrichthyes; sharks  
  Résumé The Mediterranean Large Elasmobranchs Monitoring (MEDLEM) database contains more than 3,000 records (with more than 4,000 individuals) of large elasmobranch species from 21 different countries around the Mediterranean and Black seas, observed from 1666 to 2017. The principal species included in the archive are the devil ray (1,868 individuals), the basking shark (935 individuals), the blue shark (622 individuals), and the great white shark (342 individuals). In the last decades, other species such as the thresher shark (187 individuals), the shortfin mako (180 individuals), and the spiny butterfly ray (138) were reported with increasing frequency. This was possibly due to increased public awareness on the conservation status of sharks, and the consequent development of new monitoring programs. MEDLEM does not have homo-geneous reporting coverage throughout the Mediterranean and Black seas and it should be considered as a database of observed species presence. Scientific monitoring efforts in the south-eastern Mediterranean and Black seas arc generally lower than in the northern sectors and the absence of some species in our database does not imply their actual absence in these regions. However, the available data allowed us to analyse the frequency and spatial distribution of records, the size frequencies for a few selected the available data allowed us to analyse the frequency and spatial distribution of records, the size frequencies for a few selected species, the overall area coverage, and which species are involved as bycatch by different fishing gears.  
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  ISSN 1108-393x ISBN Médium  
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