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Comparing shark exposure risk between AIS longline fishing effort datasets
a–d, Estimated exposure risk of sharks to capture by GFW AIS longline fishing effort across ocean regions for Queiroz et al.¹ (a) compared with three improved data releases since the paper was published (b–d). The plots show minor effects of any changes on estimates of shark exposure risk from AIS longline fishing effort and confirm the global results and conclusions of our paper. a, Data from Queiroz et al.¹. b, Data from GWF 2012–2016. c, Data from GWF 2012–2018. d, Data from GWF 2018.

Comparing shark exposure risk between AIS longline fishing effort datasets a–d, Estimated exposure risk of sharks to capture by GFW AIS longline fishing effort across ocean regions for Queiroz et al.¹ (a) compared with three improved data releases since the paper was published (b–d). The plots show minor effects of any changes on estimates of shark exposure risk from AIS longline fishing effort and confirm the global results and conclusions of our paper. a, Data from Queiroz et al.¹. b, Data from GWF 2012–2016. c, Data from GWF 2012–2018. d, Data from GWF 2018.

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