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Don’t bite the hand that feeds you: to feed sharks or not?

I love shark diving. I love observing sharks, taking pictures and making videos of sharks. And I have done so for many years. Sometimes for […]

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Our new book is nearly there!

Our new book is nearly there! It described the wonders of our own North Sea and Zeeland waters. Georgina Wiersma wrote the texts, I was […]

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Is Pole-and-Line fishing for tuna really still that sustainable?

Pole-and-line fishing is a simple approach to catching tuna with a hooked line attached to a pole (Majkowski 2003b). Vessels tend to be up to […]

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Groundbreaking new project!

I am really happy to announce, that I am the staff photographer for a ground breaking new project, in which Dutch Shark Society works with […]

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Ghostfishing Foundation: Ghost net recovery North Sea in 2014

Every dive, scuba divers are confronted with ‘ghost fishing’, a serious problem – not only for marine life, but also for divers, who can get […]

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Conservation Photograpy: whale sharks at Ningaloo

In the last few years, I have spent quite some time taking pictures for several (shark) research projects. One of them was the whaleshark research […]

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Sharks and the last Dutch Weir Fishers

All pictures: Peter Verhoog, text: Georgina Wiersma / Dutch Shark Society Sharks are returning to the Dutch waters! There has been a tagging programme for […]

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